Stretch Corleone's Ever-Growing Album Collection (Part 4: Jazz & Blues)
- Roy Ayers-Coffy (soundtrack)
- The Blackbyrds-The Blackbyrds/Flying Start
- The Blackbyrds-City Life/Unfinished Business
- Blue Break Beats (compilation)
- Blue Break Beats, Vol. 4 (compilation)
- Buckshot LeFonque-Buckshot LeFonque
- The Paul Butterfield Blues Band-The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
- Donald Byrd-Stepping Into Tomorrow
- Ornette Coleman-The Shape Of Jazz To Come
- John Coltrane-Giant Steps
- John Coltrane-My Favorite Things
- John Coltrane-A Love Supreme
- Miles Davis-Birth Of The Cool
- Miles Davis-Kind Of Blue
- Miles Davis-Sketches Of Spain
- Miles Davis-Bitches Brew
- Howlin' Wolf-Howlin' Wolf/Moanin' In The Moonlight
- Bob James-One
- Bob James-BJ4
- Etta James-At Last!
- Robert Johnson-King Of The Delta Blues Singers
- Robert Johnson-King Of The Delta Blues Singers, Vol. 2
- Quincy Jones-Q: The Musical Biography Of Quincy Jones (box set)
- B.B. King-Live At The Regal
- B.B. King & Eric Clapton-Riding With The King
- Grover Washington, Jr.-Mister Magic
- Muddy Waters-At Newport, 1960
- Muddy Waters-Folk Singer
- Muddy Waters-The Anthology
Yes, this list is very short in comparison to my previous lists. While I do enjoy and appreciate jazz and blues, I'm just not into them as much as I'm into other genres. But I do have quite a bit of jazz and blues albums on my "to get" list.
My next list will focus on the movie soundtracks that I own, and it will include all genres of music. If some of the titles sound obscure, they're more than likely from straight-to-video/DVD hip hop films.
Questions and comments are always welcome!