Here it is, the long-awaited 2nd version of the poll As the Blue Note 80th Anniversary Series has now wrapped up, I thought I'd create a new updated poll, a continuation on from the one I made at the end of last year for the 2019 releases: POLL: Blue Note's 80th Anniversary Series I've taken the 10 most popular titles from the previous poll and added the 12 titles released this year. I've really enjoyed this series, despite the no-frills packaging, lower resolution album cover art and the poor paper inner sleeves, on some (compared to the Tone Poets). Though, at their price they are unbeatable. It's been a great source of listening pleasure and it's helped broaden my discovery of jazz in the process. Hopefully this will help as a guide for newbies to the genre, who want to dip their toes into Blue Note jazz, but without having to pay a fortune for expensive originals or "audiophile" reissues. Please pick your Top 10 favourites. Mine, in no preferred order: Art Blakey — Indestructible Donald Byrd — Ethiopian Knights Herbie Hancock — Takin' Off Andrew Hill – Smoke Stack Kenny Dorham — Una Mas Lou Donaldson — Alligator Boogaloo Dexter Gordon – A Swingin' Affair Pete LaRoca – Basra John Scofield – Hand Jive Larry Young – Into Somethin'