Introducing the distinctive style and sound of Stanley Turrentine, ‘Look Out!’ kicked off a fertile relationship between the tenor saxophonist...
Performing at Princess Grace Of Monaco’s personal request, Frank Sinatra teamed up with Quincy Jones for the first time, stunning an audience full of celebrities and royalty.
DG120 will present a celebration of the cultural importance of classical music and the extraordinary artists who help bring it to life.
The French film noir may be long forgotten, but Miles Davis’ soundtrack for ‘Ascenseur Pour L’Échafaud’ remains a groundbreaking development in his exploration of modal jazz.
The “consciously not too preachy” songs, fuse Peyroux’s, at times political outlook, with glimpses into her personal world.
Blue Note president Don Was discusses the new documentary, ‘Blue Note Records: Beyond The Notes’, and why director Sophie Hubert was “the perfect person” to make it.
A previously unheard John Coltrane Album, ‘Both Directions At Once’, reveals a valuable lost chapter in the saxophonist’s development.
A previously unheard John Coltrane recording has surfaced. ‘Untitled Original 11383’ is the first taster from the recently discovered lost album ‘Both Directions At Once’.
Set features collaborations with Trombone Shorty, Take 6 and more.
The film, television and stage actor grew up listening to jazz at home, with his father regularly listening to Erroll Garner records.
Miles Davis always had plenty to say about himself, his music and music in general, and especially jazz. Here are 20 revealing quotes from the man himself.
Duke Ellington was the Renaissance man of jazz.
From those who elevated the instrument from a mere time-keeping role, to versatile pathfinders and visionary composers, these are the 50 best jazz bassists in history.