A searing hard bop manifesto, Johnny Griffin’s ‘The Congregation’ album is a high-water mark in both the saxophonist’s and the label’s history.
The album features a vivid set of nine new original Miles compositions performed by a dextrous quintet also featuring guitarist Bill Frisell.
'Who Are You?' will be released October 23 on vinyl, CD, and digital formats via Blue Note Records.
Recorded in October 1965 and released the following year, ‘Cape Verdean Blues’ by Horace Silver deserves to be more widely heard.
Recorded at Rudy Van Gelder’s studio in September 1957, ‘Blue Train’ is one of John Coltrane's masterpieces.
The jazz supergroup's debut is initially available digitally and on CD with a vinyl edition to follow on September 25.
The cornetist and composer makes his Blue Note debut with ‘Rainbow Sign’ on October 9.
Finding inspiration from Dodo Greene’s 1962 rendition, the British jazz-soul singer recorded the standard for ‘Blue Note Re:imagined.’
The multi-award-winning group's cover features the vocals of Afronaut Zu.
The Grammy Award-winning singer has also released a new single, 'Concorde' from his upcoming album, 'All Rise'.
Mixing originals new and old, jazz standards, traditional songs, and covers, Frisell's new album 'Valentine' is set for release on August 14.
Named ‘San Jose’s Ambassador of Jazz,’ Gale performed with Sun Ra, Larry Young, and Cecil Taylor, before recording as a bandleader on Blue Note.
A history of Detroit music is wider-ranging than almost any other city’s. Everything from blues to soul and techno calls Motor City home…
The album marks the recording debut of Frisell's trio with bassist Thomas Morgan and drummer Rudy Royston.
Music’s myriad subgenres have inspired some of the most enduring documentaries of our age. Here are the 37 best music documentaries of the past 50 years.