The ‘Classic Vinyl Reissue Series’ celebrates the hallowed jazz label’s most enduring albums.
The awards were previously postponed due to the pandemic, but will now take place as a livestreamed event Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in Soho on October 27.
The Record Store Day event will take place on November 27 in indie record stores across the US.
Eclectic and seductive, ‘Glamoured’ remains a potent crystallisation of Cassandra Wilson’s unique style, and a key release in the singer’s canon.
Smoldering and seductive, ‘Day Breaks’ found Norah Jones making a shining return to her jazz roots, while revealing how far she’d come.
Whether delivering understated ballads or revamping Stevie Wonder, his 1974 live show at The Spectrum proved that Philadelphia was Sinatra’s kind of town.
One of the most important pianists in jazz, Bill Evans' distinctive tone at the instrument allowed him to wring large amounts of emotion from just a few notes.
Os Mutantes’ self-titled debut album was a glorious collision of styles that defined the Tropicália movement in 1968.
Dinah's version of the already beloved song gave it a whole new lease of life in the closing months of the 1950s.
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.
As the chart expanded from a Top 12 for the first time, Frank continued to lead the way with the title song from an Oscar-winning film.
Recorded in October 1965 and released the following year, ‘Cape Verdean Blues’ by Horace Silver deserves to be more widely heard.
The album is the aural companion to the upcoming Billie Holiday documentary directed by James Erskine.
One of Latin Music's earliest imprints in the US, Tico was an early home to Tito Rodríguez, Tito Puente, Machito, La Lupe, and Celia Cruz.
The Detroit jazz artist transformed our understanding of what the harp could be.
With ‘Love Is Here To Stay’, two masters of jazz singing unite to create a lasting tribute to George Gershwin, and an album that will stand the test of time.