• Flute Fever

    Flute Fever

    Jonathan Horwich continues to select out of the way little masterpieces for well executed reissues on his label International Phonograph. This time around it’s Jeremy Steig’s first album Flute Fever featuring Denny Zeitlin on piano ...
  • Blue Train

    Blue Train

    Does any jazz lover not have a copy of Blue Train? Coltrane’s only Blue Note session as a leader is one of the most iconic jazz titles in existence. I’ve owned several copies for decades ...
  • His Hand in Mine

    His Hand in Mine

    Elvis, like his fellow Sun Records veteran Johnny Cash, had a deep and abiding religious commitment (which did not get in the way of their earthly pleasures!) and love of gospel music. Each of them ...
  • Chet Baker

    Chet Baker

    This third Chet Baker release completes Sam Records’ cycle of his French Barclay Disques sessions recorded between 1955 and 1966. This was the last of Baker’s three record commitment with Barclay and despite the title, ...
  • Warm Your Heart

    Warm Your Heart

    Aaron Neville has one of the most unique and beautiful voices in popular music. A master of R & B and soul, his high vibrato voice and Louisiana roots make him one of the most ...
  • Rickie Lee Jones

    Rickie Lee Jones

    If you’re one of those audiophiles who bemoans the fact that reissue companies seem to keep putting out new copies of music that has been issued over and again, you should probably stop right here. ...
  • Companion

    Companion

    Patricia Barber enjoys a reputation among music lovers and nightclub habitués as a talented performer and arranger. Yet among audiophiles, her name is more often heard in vain because her records receive too much play ...
  • Volume 2

    Volume 2

    Oscar Pettiford is a bass player from the generation prior to that of familiar bop era players such as Blanton and Mingus. Pettiford passed away in 1958 at the age of 37, further lending his ...
  • Foreverly

    Foreverly

    The Everly Brothers’ instantly identifiable close harmony singing helped define 1950’s rock and roll sound. Their smart looking hillbilly style with the combed back hair was an iconic look to youngsters rebelling from their parents’ ...
  • Trio '65

    Trio '65

    Evans’ reputation today is as great as it ever was, almost 34 years after his passing. His best known and loved recordings are the trio recordings on Riverside, which ended after his bass player Scott ...
  • Anyone With A Heart

    Anyone With A Heart

    Finnish pianist Rantala seems to have more breadth than most in the field of contemporary music. His last album, My History of Jazz, a homage to the music that influenced him, could not be more ...
  • Billy Strayhorn And The Orchestra

    Billy Strayhorn And The Orchestra

    One of the regular side projects of the Ellington Orchestra was to let the group back the Duke’s alto sax player Johnny Hodges. Billy Strayhorn, Ellington’s collaborator in composition, leads the Ellington Orchestra in this ...
  • Third Dimension

    Third Dimension

    This Pure Pleasure reissue of a Bethlehem title has yet another distinction, because it’s a Bethlehem reissue of his first, and extremely rare session on King Records. Kirk is the best-known multi-instrumentalist in jazz, meaning ...
  • Carnegie Hall Concert Volume 1 & 2

    Carnegie Hall Concert Volume 1 & 2

    Performing together, Mulligan and Baker created one of the most unique sounds in jazz. Their live performances and quartet recordings in the early 1950s helped define West Coast Jazz. Over the years, the two reunited ...
  • Woodlore

    Woodlore

    Woodlore is Alto sax player Phil Woods’ second recording as a leader, is also the earliest title in Analogue Productions series of 25 Prestige mono reissues. Woods released dozens of albums over his long career, ...

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