'Electric Miles' is a “wide-ranging exploration of Davis’ bold vision with jazz, rock, funk, hip-hop and electronic fusions.”
‘Come Fly With Me’ was Frank’s first album with Billy May as arranger and conductor; it still exudes style and sophistication.
With their fourth album, ‘A Humdrum Star’, GoGo Penguin deliver proof that they’re working at the forefront of today’s jazz trios.
On ‘Live In Europe’, Melody Gardot proves herself to a commanding performer who can commune intimately with our hearts and souls.
The digital duet will be included on the 'Ultimate Nat King Cole' compilation, to be released on 15 March.
Praised by label president Don Was for having “cracked the Blue Note code”, Joe Harley’s ‘Tone Poet’ vinyl remasters are essential listening.
Blue Note president Don Was brought in 'Tone Poet' Joe Harley to produce the label's 80th anniversary audiophile series.
Louis Armstrong made his first film in Hollywood in 1930, 30 years later he was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
The record helped Verve to become the quintessential jazz label of the 1950s.
Blossom Dearie created a jazz vocal style that was all her own and ended up as a fixture on the New York Supper Club scene.
Smooth jazz is often unfairly maligned, but there’s a lot to love in its accessible, mellow soundscapes and flowing melodies.
Dynamic, masterful and at times transcendent, ‘In Concert At The Royal Festival Hall’ found Frank Sinatra on top form in one of his favourite cities.
Louis Jordan was dubbed the King of The Jukebox and rightly so, he was a huge star and one that is sadly much less remembered than he ought to be…
A Blue Note sample helped New York jazz-soul vocal stylist Marlena Shaw appear in the UK top ten on 'Remember Me.'
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.