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Jazz Messengers blog

One of the most original guitarists from the '80s to date, Pat Metheny has consistently been a chance-taking player who has taken some...

Long held as the jazz album that even non-jazz fans will own, at the time of its release Kind Of Blue not only...

It's been sixteen years since producer Philippe Ghielmetti, after recording Marc Copland and Gary Peacock in duo, conceived the idea of the pianist...

It’s often the successful jazz bassist’s lot to have a stellar list of former collaborators, yet be known in his own right to...

For many jazz fans, the high point of Art Pepper’s late-’70s comeback was a fournight stand at New York’s Village Vanguard that was...

The 1958 version of the Jazz Messengers were widely recorded during their stay in Europe, but this new album recorded Live in Scheveningen...

By now it is very clear that Cecile Mclorin Salvant is one of those singers that has something special. That something you instantly...