Already hailed as a major event in the jazz world, the 1969 recordings will be released in CD, vinyl and...
Recorded over three sessions between 1949 and 1950, Miles Davis’ ‘Birth Of The Cool’ remains a landmark jazz album that influenced generations of musicians.
With their three albums for Verve Records, Ella and Louis proved themselves the perfect partnership, setting the bar for all jazz duets to follow.
At the cutting-edge of modern jazz, Miles Mosley looks at the jazz tradition – his icons and influences, and where jazz may go tomorrow.
Today, legends are ten a penny. When Billie Holiday was given the accolade it meant something: she was one of, if not the, best jazz singers of all time.
The collection marks the 70th anniversary of the initial sessions for the 'Birth of the Cool' album, released in 1957 as a collection of recordings from 1949 and 1950.
Including career-defining sessions that continue to make their influence felt, the best jazz albums of all time offer a wealth of stunning, must-hear music.
Lying somewhere on the spectrum between avant-garde jazz and free jazz, astral jazz represented one of the most experimental periods in jazz’s history.
Everyone from Frank Sinatra to Lady Gaga has sung from The Great American Songbook – classic songs so familiar they are woven into our cultural fabric.
Recorded at a time when Frank Sinatra considered retiring, ‘My Way’ has become a timeless anthem for the generations that followed.
We look back to a time when jazz was the dominant form of popular music and could be heard emanating from radio stations and concert halls around the world.
Frank Sinatra's Songs For Swingin Lovers! is the best soundtrack to love that has ever been recorded and marked a new reinvention for Sinatra.
From gravelly-voiced icons such as Louis Armstrong, to super-smooth singers the likes of Frank Sinatra, these are the 25 best male jazz singers of all time.
John Coltrane’s 1958 sessions for the Prestige label proved to be supremely fertile and prolific, marking the saxophonist’s creative rebirth.
When Frank Sinatra staged a Vegas residency at Caesar’s Palace, in March 1982, he turned out career-high shows that remain among his finest.
In 1958, a revitalised John Coltrane recorded a number of sessions for the Prestige label, setting himself on the path to immortality.