Recording during a transitional phase in his career, ‘Getz At The Gate’ finds saxophonist Stan Getz on molten form in New York’s legendary jazz venue.
From shaping contemporary R&B to overlooking his own XO label and fashion line, The Weeknd has become one of the biggest artists of the decade.
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.
'...But Seriously' had Collins moving away from the often poppier style of earlier solo records, and his fans made the journey with him.
Back at home on Blue Note, the label that made his name, Dr Lonnie Smith speaks to uDiscover Music about his 2018 album, ‘All In My Mind’.
'Twisting By The Pool' was an old live favourite by the band, but it was never on any of their studio albums.
For Martin Luther King Day, the 'Songs Of Protest and Progress' playlist features an uplifting selection of poignant music from the Concord Music catalogue.
Released at the start of the 80s, ‘Pyromania’ made global stars of Def Leppard, setting them on a path of total world domination throughout the decade.
A look at the life of the much-travelled, Philadelphia-born musician with the superior resumé.
McCaslin was interviewed on Newark, NJ station WBGO, where he spoke about his brief period of working with Bowie.
Sam Phillips will forever be known as the man who discovered Elvis. But it was Sam’s love of the blues that was the catalyst for Elvis.
A quintessential example of hard bop, ‘Cool Struttin’’ found pianist Sonny Clark putting Blue Note’s pioneering modern jazz on the map.
Late in 1969, the wicked Pickett boldly interpreted the Motown stars' 1966 pop and soul No.1.
On the cover of Rolling Stone when they launched their very first issue on 9 November 1967 was John Lennon…the first of many great covers.
They’re both unpredictable, overwhelmingly prolific, and sometimes wilfully obtuse: if you like Neil Young… you’ll love Ryan Adams.