The release is accompanied by a deep dive animated video narrated by estemed writer, musician, and producer Greg Tate.
Just supposing jazz could write its life in 100 tracks what do you think it would chose?
The Jazz Scene, as this package was called, was released in the week before Christmas 1949 and is a very important album in the history of jazz.
Frank Sinatra’s London sessions are to be the subject of a new 3-CD and DVD package, ‘Sinatra: LONDON.'
Two playlists from uDiscover exploring Louis Armstrong. Essential features his most popular recordings, whilst Digging Deeper explores lesser known tracks.
We were saddened to hear of the death last Thursday (11) of one of the key figures in the development of New Orleans music, Cosimo Matassa.
If you know someone who says, ‘They don’t get Jimmy Smith,’ just play them this. It is consummate Hammond B3 playing with Creed Taylor's superb production.
Pianist and composer Joe Sample spent 5 decades plying his trade and in so doing made some of the most accessible jazz that helped him to become so popular.
A Blue Note Records book, a beautifully illustrated history of the label, entitled Uncompromising Expression will be published in November. The 400-page hardcover book
Jazz notable Jason Moran’s brand new tribute album to one of the greatest names in the genre’s history, ‘Fats’ Waller, is released next week by Blue Note.
Jamie Cullum has announced his imminent return with the new album 'Interlude,' accompanied by live dates.
Powerhouse Californian blues-rockers Vintage Trouble are going a little acoustic, on a newly-announced North American tour in the autumn.
Classic Haden & Hall concert of 1990 to be released on new live album on impulse! label, with late jazz greats Charlie Haden and Jim Hall.
Cassandra Wilson will mark 20 years since her landmark Blue Note album ‘Blue Light ‘til Dawn’ with a free concert at New York’s Lincoln Centre tonight.
A feelgood story, courtesy of Troy Andrews, rather better known as Verve recording artist Trombone Shorty.
As Gregory Porter joins the In Crowd, we got thinking about some other fine versions of this durable tune.