Liberty Records revisited the title of the singer's debut LP, as it released 'Julie Is Her Name, Volume Two.'
The launching pad for luminaries such as Tommy Olivencia, Willie Rosario, and La Sonora Ponceña, Inca Records brought a distinctly Puerto Rican sound to salsa.
The project includes covers of songs from The Beatles, Stevie Wonder, and more.
‘Blues Walk’ helped to kick-start the soul-jazz movement of the 60s and remains the go-to album in saxophonist Lou Donaldson’s canon.
The Genius Of Charlie Parker was no overstatement. An expanded reissue of an original 1953 album offered an insight into Bird’s recording techniques.
The composer and arranger is best known for his collaborations with Duke Ellington, but his immense talent and artistry shine on their own.
Johnny Hodges was a brilliant saxophonist who graced many of Duke Ellington's recordings.
The history of ‘Fever’ includes some strange tales and unlikely artists. Here are some of the best cover versions of the song made famous by Peggy Lee.
The compilation is set to arrive September 24.
A tribute to the breadth and depth of The Beatles’ work, there is no shortage of Beatles jazz music taking the group’s songs into new territory.
The project features tracks from Maple Syrup, Burrito Brown, and more.
With his debut Blue Note album, Lonnie Smith established himself as one of the rising new stars of organ-driven soul-jazz in the late 60s.
The album was co-produced by the brothers Gene and Billy Page, both of whom had resumés going back to the 1960s.