‘Blue Train’ is part of Blue Note’s fabled 1500 Series that presents a collector’s savvy curation of 10 classic albums with studio quality sound via Apple Digital Masters.
The artwork of the legendary Blue Note jazz record label has come to represent everything that is brilliant and innovative in album cover design.
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 new writing as well as material reimagined from Frisell's catalogue and interpretations of staples of jazz and Americana.
Each artist will each perform their own set, before sharing a finale of a celebrated Blue Note recording.
Setting the benchmark for modern jazz, the Blue Note 1500 series helped to give the record label its identity, while providing a goldmine for collectors.
'Take It Away' is the latest in an ongoing series of highly-acclaimed single the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter has released over the past two years.
The film explores the vision behind the famous jazz institution, and will be released on DVD, Blu-ray and digitally.
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…
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.
Across three sessions, from 1952 to 1954, Miles Davis recorded the majority of the sides he would release on Blue Note, with many jazz icons behind him.
'Begin Again' gathers seven songs that Jones has recorded over the past year with collaborators including Jeff Tweedy, Thomas Bartlett, and Brian Blade.
The Blue Note album was recorded in Brooklyn by the great jazz bassist Carter and Tony Award-winning poet and novelist Simmons.
Staged by the UK-based jazz radio network, the event takes place in London on International Jazz Day, 30 April.
Acclaimed director Sophie Huber, mastermind behind ‘Blue Note Records: Beyond The Notes’, discusses jazz, creativity, and a mind-blowing session with Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock.