• Harvest

    Harvest

    By the time of publication, Neil Young had just unveiled a new musical ecosystem, called Pono, at South by Southwest. Regardless of one’s stance on Pono’s execution, as audiophiles I hope we will applaud Mr. ...
  • The Lyrical Bassoon

    The Lyrical Bassoon

    This SACD contains tracks from Saint-Saëns and Elgar and lesser-known composers such as the German born Hindemith and Polish Tansman. The bassoon is an instrument with phenomenal range, which Hannisdal shows off with great ease ...
  • 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 ...
  • Stein Urheim

    Stein Urheim

    Stein Urheim is a Norwegain musician who specialises in pluckage, usually of stringed instruments like guitars, tamboura, bouzouki, mandolin, banjo and several others. He also plays flutes, harmonica and analogue synths, so he’s pretty accomplished. ...
  • Reverie at Schloss Elmau

    Reverie at Schloss Elmau

    Britain’s brightest hope of producing a world class jazz pianist lies with young welsh player Gwilym Simcock who made his name a couple of years back with an album that carried a very similar title ...
  • '68

    '68

    This gem from the archives has never been formally released yet contains the basis of the work that Wyatt was to produce with Soft Machine in the years to follow. A long way from Ship ...
  • No End

    No End

    Back in the mid eighties Keith Jarrett’s touring schedule must have been a little less hectic than it became later because he had time to sit down in his home studio, Cavelight, and noodle away ...
  • Doris

    Doris

    I admit that I was drawn to this artist solely by his name, then he releases an album called Doris. I mean what can you do, I had to have it. And it turned out ...

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