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Music : Grant Green - Retrospective 1961-66 (2002) (4CD Box Set)
A boxed set can be the summation of a career, a historical survey, an unexpected find from the vaults, some bait for collectors and fans, a desperate trawl through past rejects, or, of course, all of the above. This year's crop of the larger boxed sets -- with a three-disc minimum -- includes a handful of big stars; many others have already been boxed in past years. Meanwhile, researchers are digging ever deeper into the archives of recorded music, giving a digital afterlife to sounds that might have vanished with the 20th century.

Below, the pop music and jazz critics of The New York Times consider a selection of boxed sets released this year. (Prices are suggested retail.) Other notable 2002 boxed sets that have been previously discussed in these pages include collections by the Band, XTC and Charlie Christian.

Of the guitarists who rerouted the instrument in jazz during the 1960's, Green was the earthiest and the most beholden to a small collection of favorite licks played in lean, metallic single notes. On the first two discs of this well-selected set, he's making soul-jazz with some of the best organists (Baby Face Willette and John Patton) and saxophonists (Harold Vick, Lou Donaldson) associated with Blue Note at the time; for the set's second half he moves away from the blues and the organ-jazz sound, supported by the likes of Sonny Clark and Herbie Hancock. Green helped create a mainstream for the period -- rarely thrilling, always beautiful.

Personnel: Grant Green (guitar); George Braith (soprano saxophone, stritch, tenor saxophone); James Spaulding, Lou Donaldson (alto saxophone); Ike Quebec (tenor saxophone, piano); Hank Mobley, Harold Vick, Joe Henderson, Sam Rivers, Stanley Turrentine, Wayne Shorter, Booker Ervin (tenor saxophone); Johnny Coles, Lee Morgan , Tommy Turrentine, Blue Mitchell (trumpet); John "Johnny" Adriano Acea, Duke Pearson, Herbie Hancock, Horace Parlan, Winston Kelly, Kenny Drew, McCoy Tyner, Sonny Clark, Tommy Flanagan (piano); Jack McDuff, Jimmy Smith , Big John Patton, Larry Young, Baby Face Willette, Billy Gardner (organ); Bobby Hutcherson (vibraphone); Dave Bailey , Donald Bailey , Elvin Jones, Hugh Walker, Al Harewood, Louis Hayes, Philly Joe Jones, Art Blakey, Art Taylor, Willie Bobo, Ben Dixon, Billy Higgins , Otis Finch (drums); Richard Landrum, Carlos "Patato" Valdes (congas); Garvin Masseaux (tambourine).



01. A Foggy Day
02. Blues for Willareen
03. Baby's Minor Lope
04. Swingin' at Sugar Ray's
05. Old Folks
06. Ain't No Use
07. Funky Mama
08. The Silver Meter
09. Our Miss Brooks
10. Boop Bop Bing Bash
11. Let 'Em Roll

01. The Yodel
02. Soul Woman
03. Talkin' About J.C.
04. You Don't Know What Love Is
05. Plaza de Toros
06. Tyrone
07. Somewhere in the Night
08. Lazy Afternoon
09. Speak Low

01. 'Round Midnight
02. So What
03. What Is This Thing Called Love?
04. It Ain't Necessarily So
05. My Little Suede Shoes
06. Besame Mucho
07. I Can't Stop Loving You
08. Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho
09. Go Down Moses
10. My Favorite Things

01. Uh Huh
02. The Other Part of Town
03. The Lamp Is Low
04. Blues for Charlie
05. Back in Your Own Backyard
06. A Tune for Richard
07. Django
08. Morgan the Pirate
09. Minor League

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