This year two record labels created by veteran jazz producer Creed Taylor, 82, are celebrating significant anniversaries. In this case “anniversary” is kind of a misnomer, since neither Impulse nor CTI is an active concern, but parts of their old catalogs have been in print for decades, especially in the case of the former, which issued a crucially important chunk of work cut by saxophonist John Coltrane during the final six years of his life.