Jazz Upcoming Releases

Jazz Upcoming Releases

The following Jazz titles are due for release / re-release in the near future.

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Four Classic Albums cover
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Ray Charles
Four Classic Albums
[ Avid / 2 CD - due 3/Mar/2017 ]
For those of us in music retail, Ray Charles has always presented a problem as we love to place artists into handy categories in order to file their albums in the racks in our stores or on our websites! I have lost count of how many times I have been...
Four Classic Albums cover
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Stan Getz
Four Classic Albums
[ Avid / 2 CD - due 3/Mar/2017 ]
We like Stan Getz! You know the man, you know the sound! But you may not know these albums! Here's a few of the names Getz has hooked up with across these classic albums: Jimmy Raney, Duke Jordan, Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Peterson, Herb Ellis, Ray...
Three Classic Albums Plus cover
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Bobby Jaspar
Three Classic Albums Plus
[ Avid / 2 CD - due 17/Mar/2017 ]
Don't be fooled into thinking tenor saxophonist and flautist Bobby Jaspar was in the second league of jazz because he was born in Liege, Belgium! Don't forget this is the country that gave us Jacques Brel, Poirot and Tin Tin! And if you still don't...
Three Classic Albums Plus cover
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Johnny Dankworth
Three Classic Albums Plus
[ Avid / 2 CD - due 17/Mar/2017 ]
If ever there was a thing called musical royalty in the U.K. then we would have to say that it would have been John Dankworth and Cleo Laine. Alone and together these two giants of British jazz certainly held the royal crown for over fifty years....
Quintet (Basel) 1977 cover
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Anthony Braxton
Quintet (Basel) 1977
[ HatHut / CD - due 24/Mar/2017 ]
I leave the discovery of favorite episodes or events to you. But it's important to remember that despite Braxton's compositional craft-the motivating factors behind the music and the formal glue that holds it together-this is, as Braxton intended...