‘Hurts To Be Alone’ will appear on an expanded 30-track digital deluxe edition of ‘Pick Me Up Off The Floor’ on October 16, featuring 17 at-home performances culled from her much-loved weekly...
Blue Note president Don Was talks about his love affair with jazz’s most iconic record label, and following in Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff’s footsteps.
Overcoming physical disabilities to become a world-renowned pianist, Michel Petrucciani has been hailed as “an example for everyone”.
Taking creative risks in order to fully express herself, ‘The Fall’ forced fans and critics alike to rethink what a Norah Jones album should be.
'I Forgot' and 'Falling' are the latest in Jones' much-admired series of duets with a wide variety of artists.
The multi-Grammy-winning singer performed the show's ‘Welcome’ song alongside cast members past and present.
‘Into Somethin’’ marked a notable transformation for soul jazz organist Larry Young – a significant release that showed he was onto a new way of thinking.
Brimming with passion, Andrew Hill’s Blue Note debut, ‘Black Fire’, was a deeply personal album, indicative of a highly original musical mind.
It will feature exclusive framed canvas artwork, Blue Note 80 prints, audio & visual installations, exclusive merchandise and much more.
It was Rudy Van Gelder’s brilliant engineering skills that give so many jazz recordings, in particular those for Blue Note Records, their distinctive sound.
With ‘She Remembers Everything’, Rosanne Cash “let some madness into my new songs”, refusing to hedge her bets on an album that speaks to the times.
Moanin’ is a hard bop classic and a major album for Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers that established them as one of jazz’s premier outfits.
The much-acclaimed Danish artist's new album will be issued on 21 February 2020.
Shelved after its original recording, ‘Minor Move’ was saxophonist Tina Brooks’ debut recording as a bandleader for Blue Note. It sounds revelatory today.
After being shelved for over 30 years, Grant Green’s ‘Born To Be Blue’ album finally received the attention it truly deserved.
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.