Anyone else a big fan of Norman Grantz' Pablo Label form the 70's/80's

Some of my favorite artists while, in their twilight, still making good music for this label. I've got a decent collection but always adding more because they're always available and very reasonable.
I was lucky enough to score the Sarah Vaughn "Pablo Years" collection in mint condition, it is outstanding in every way possible. I'm very glad to have it. The few other Pablo LP's I have are all uniformly excellent.

Anyone who knows squat about Jazz  knows that a Grantz /Pablo LP is
among the best .
the Count Basie Pablo's are among my favorite pressings. they are all winners musically and sonically.
I own about 3 dozen of them, and the sound in uniformly great.  Norman G. knew what he was doing.
For something completely different, try:

"Conception" Ray Pizzi
Pablo 2310 795

Ray Pizzi - Soprano, Tenor, Baassoon

Real fusion.

Oh yes! Love those Jazz recordings. Mr. Grantz has a real talent for discovering Jazz talent, making excellent records.

Happy Listening!

The pinnacle of the Pablo label for me is Joe Pass' Virtuoso. My cousin, a phenomenal guitar player in his own right played the record for me in the summer of 1976 when we had a landscaping business together. We played the record so many times that summer we could almost see through it, but neither of us grew even remotely tired of it. Returning to high school that fall, I had the opportunity to commandeer the school-wide PA system one morning and played Blues for Alican. I became a bona fide folk hero with that simple act, such was the immense power of this music.
Agree. That that might be my favorite. Included right up there is THIS Joe pass album. and THIS Peterson/Pass classic.
Scored yesterday , Lester Young "Pres" PABLO 2308 219     1956 Mono
Live in D.C . Hearing "Tea For Two" as I type this . 8 bucks
An Austin buddy(formerly from Chicago) feels most of the Pablo artists were well past their prime
tytone, while they were in the second 1/2 of their career, I don't think the music in any way was second rate. 
Your friend is correct on what stage in their careers they were in, but as Pawlowski noted, the music and sound is great even if they were on their death bed. These were some of the greats!

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Dear Sir, Your points regarding Ella Fitzgerald's Pablo years were correct. Please repost your comments so others will learn. I had forgotten Ella was part of those years.
I have many Pablos, but one I particularly love is Joe Pass and Oscar Peterson playing duets from Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess" — and Peterson is playing a clavichord! Its smaller sound is a great match with acoustic guitar. Their "Summertime" is haunting.