Already hailed as a major event in the jazz world, the 1969 recordings will be released in CD, vinyl and...
Mentored and produced by the great jazz trumpeter Donald Byrd, the group had the biggest single of their career with 'Walking In Rhythm.'
A standout album in a remarkable career, ‘Is That All There Is?’ dared to be different, revealing a new versatility to Peggy Lee’s singing.
With ‘Face To Face’, Blue Note organist “Baby Face” Willette brought a distinctive sound and a new dynamism to jazz before disappearing into obscurity.
The singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist has a unique and much-revered place in the music firmament.
The debut album by a prolific musician, ‘Grant’s First Stand’ is a significant work that set out the Blue Note musician’s highly personal manifesto.
Recorded on 28 January 1946, Jazz At The Philharmonic Volume II captured the historic concert featuring Charlie Parker, Lester Young and other jazz titans.
On 'Mode For Joe', Joe Henderson delivers an exciting glimpse of the future while managing to keep one foot in the hard-bop past.
Back at home on Blue Note, the label that made his name, Dr Lonnie Smith speaks to uDiscover Music about his 2018 album, ‘All In My Mind’.
In the 1966 British romantic comedy Alfie starring Michael Caine, it's Sonny Rollins's score that steals the leading role.
The album was described by the Los Angeles Times as “one of the most ambitious jazz projects of the last 25 years."
On 25 January 1956, Ella Fitzgerald recorded for Verve Records for the very first time. It was the beginning of a resurgence in the singer's career.
Accompanied by a graphic novel, ‘Emanon’ is a profoundly evocative allegory for our times, illuminating the genius of saxophonist Wayne Shorter.
The iconic jazz label boasts no shortage of groundbreaking artists, but there are many underrated Blue Note musicians that deserve their place in the sun.
Faced with a dilapidated piano and suffering from back aches and sleep withdrawal, Keith Jarret defied the odds to record his masterpiece, ‘The Köln Concert’.
From pioneering instrumentalists to boundary-breaking singer-songwriters, these female Blue Note musicians deserve their places in the history books.