The recordings were made in June 1964, in between the sessions for 'Crescent' and 'A Love Supreme.'
Songs for Young Lovers is Frank Sinatra's first Capitol long playing record release.
He was one of the greatest jazz innovators of his generation and of the genre in general. Ornette Coleman RIP
What do you get when you mix a rock vocalist with the music of Pharaoh Sanders, Archie Shepp, and Charles Mingus - Taxi Wars of course…
Blue Note jazz favourite Gregory Porter has completed another collaboration, ‘Holding On,’ with English electronica duo Disclosure.
A look inside the compilation that gathers together key recordings spanning his Columbia, Capitol and Reprise years.
All musical genres have their own language, the kind of words you need to know if you're to be taken seriously…We bring you 'Changes', Jazz Lingo #4
Details of the second annual Louis Armstrong's Wonderful World festival at Flushing Meadows in June have been announced, with Ms. Lauryn Hill and others.
The latest in Serious and the EFG London Jazz Festival's attempt to demystify the language of jazz is "Noodling"...
Billie Holiday's albums from her distinguished career are reissued digitally, many for the first time. Lady Day goes digital!
On the centennial of Billie Holiday's birth, modern vocal hero of soulful jazz interpretation José James is uniquely qualified to speak about his heroine.
“We don’t have a singer,” said the manager at the Rustic cabin. “We have an MC that sings a little bit.” .....a 24 year-old Frank Sinatra!
Every now & then you hear a record by an artist that you've not heard before and it sends shivers down your spine. Indra Rios-Moore is such an artist.
All musical genres have their own language, the kind of words you need to know if you're to be taken seriously…to help we bring you Jazz Lingo #2
British acoustic-electronica trio GoGo Penguin have landed a prestigious three-album deal with the famed Blue Note label, via Universal Music France.
The first trailer has been released for the upcoming film about Amy Winehouse, ‘Amy.’ The documentary will be out in the UK and Ireland on July 3.