From Jelly Roll Morton to Thelonius Monk, here are 8 Essential Jazz piano Albums that should be included in every jazz collection.
Read reviews of Wil Blades' "Field Notes, Louis Sclavis' "Silk and Salt Melodies" and Mark Turner's "The Lathe Of Heaven."
Read reviews of Nicola Conte's "Free Souls," Rodney Whitaker's "When We Find Ourselves Alone" and Jamila Ford's EP, "The Deep End."
Reviews of Steve Khan, Rick Braun, Cyrille Aimee and Mack Avenue Superband
Want to find jazz music on vinyl? Here are five great online sources to find jazz records on slabs on polyvinyl chloride.
From Louis Armstrong to Chuck Mangione, here are 10 Essential Jazz Trumpet Albums that should be included in every jazz collection.
Theo Croker remains in our top spot with new albums from Freda Payne, Sean Jones Quartet and Yelena Eckemoff finding their way into our list of the Top 10 jazz records getting spins around our office.
Reviews of Haas Kowert Tice's You Got This, Yelena Eckemoff's A Touch Of Radiance, Freda Payne's Come Back To Me and Sean Jones' Never Before Seen.
In general, it seems jazz musicians tend to live considerably longer than their rock contemporaries. Some jazzers are still performing well into their 80s. Some, however, died young, as this list attests.
After trailing Monty Alexander down the road for 3 straight weeks, Theo Croker finds his inner Usain Bolt and rockets to #1 on our list of the Top 10 Jazz Albums for this week.