• STAN GETZ - GETZ AT THE GATE

    STAN GETZ

    GETZ AT THE GATE


    Getz At The Gate is a previously unreleased 1961 live recording from the historic Village Gate in New York City. This release features an all-star, rarely heard quartet with pianist Steve Kuhn, bassist John Neves and drummer Roy Haynes (aka The Boston Band). Includes extensive liner notes by Boston jazz historian Bob Blumenthal.

  • Bley - Peacock - Motian - When Will the Blues Leave

    BLEY - PEACOCK - MOTIAN

    WHEN WILL THE BLUES LEAVE


    When Will The Blues Leave documents a terrific performance at the Aula Magna di Trevano in Switzerland. Included here, alongside the angular freebop Ornette Coleman title track, are Paul Bley’s “Mazatlan”, brimming over with energy, Gary Peacock’s evergreen “Moor”, Gershwin’s tender “I Loves You Porgy” and much more. All played with the subtlety of master improvisers, recasting the music in every moment.

  • Jazz Images by Francis Wolff

    JAZZ IMAGES

    by FRANCIS WOLFF


    This book compiles more than 150 Francis Wolff photos of jazz stars, most of which are published here for the very first time. It also includes a special introduction by renowned music historian and jazz critic Ashley Kahn.

  • Mary Stallings Songs Were Made to Sing

    MARY STALLINGS

    SONGS WERE ADE TO SING


    On her latest album, the incomparable vocalist has crafted an exquisite collection of classic songs to reflect on a life well and passionately lived. With Songs Were Made To Sing, Stallings puts her distinctive stamp on a diverse set of 13 songs, using her gift for interpreting a lyric to transform familiar melodies into profoundly personal and captivating stories.

  • DEXTER GORDON AT THE SUBWAY CLUB 1973

    DEXTER GORDON QUARTET

    AT THE SUBWAY CLUB 1973


    This fascinating unissued concert finds Gordon at the Subway jazz club in Köln, Germany, on September 11, 1973, playing along Irv Rochlin on piano, Henk Haverhoek on bass, and Tony Inzalaco on drums. This edition contains a 16-page booklet with rare photographs, and special essays by famed jazz producer Michael Cuscuna and by Dexter s widow, Maxine Gordon.

  • Bill evans in England

    BILL EVANS

    EVANS IN ENGLAND


    Resonance Records proudly announces the issue of "Evans in England", a vibrant, previously unreleased set of recordings featuring music by lyrical piano master Bill Evans with bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Marty Morell captured during an engagement at Ronnie Scott’s celebrated jazz club in December 1969.

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New Arrivals


This week only, new LPs imported from USA.
Jazz titles mainly but also, Funk, Soul, R&B, Brazilian.
Will be limited quantities so, hurry up!

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After Life

After Life

Noah Preminger CD 12,39 € 
Doin´ Allright

Doin´ Allright

Dexter Gordon LP 18,17 € 
Pellucidar - A Dreamers Fantabula

Pellucidar - A Dreamers Fantabula

John Zorn LP 33,05 € 
Finding Gabriel

Finding Gabriel

Brad Mehldau LP 20,64 € 
Brown Rice

Brown Rice

Don Cherry LP 20,65 € 
The Newest Sound You Never Heard

The Newest Sound You Never Heard

Ran Blake CD 20,65 € 
Memorial Album

Memorial Album

Eric Dolphy CD 8,26 € 
With Sonny Clark

With Sonny Clark

Jimmy Raney CD 8,26 € 
Bobby Jaspar

Bobby Jaspar

Bobby Jaspar LP 24,78 € 
Street of Dreams

Street of Dreams

Scott Hamilton CD 10,73 € 
Getz At The Gate

Getz At The Gate

Stan Getz CD 15,69 € 
Introducing Johnny Griffin

Introducing Johnny Griffin

Johnny Griffin LP 18,17 € 
Grant`s First Stand

Grant`s First Stand

Grant Green LP 18,17 € 

At the Golden Circle Vol. 1 (Original US RVG)

Ornette Coleman USED LP 123,97 € 

My Point of View (Original US RVG) Near Mint!

Herbie Hancock USED LP 661,16 € 

Blue Train (US Liberty Stereo) Near Mint!

John Coltrane USED LP 289,26 € 

Life Time (Original US Stereo) Near Mint!

Anthony Williams USED LP 164,46 € 

J.M. RECOMMENDS

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Special Content

Black Saint & Soul Note Box-Sets

The Complete Remastered Recordings - 7 Cd

Henry Threadgill

CD 14,96 €   23.96 €

The Complete Remastered Recordings - 5 Cd

Lee Konitz

CD 13,96 €   23.96 €

The Complete Remastered Recordings - 4 Cd

Jimmy Giuffre

CD 14,31 €   22.31 €

The Complete Remastered Recordings - 6 Cd

Dave Douglas

CD 13,96 €   23.96 €

The Complete Remastered Recordings - 5 Cd

Julius Hemphill

CD 13,96 €   23.96 €

The Complete Remastered Recordings - 9 Cd

George Russell

CD 20,57 €   30.57 €

The Complete Remastered Recordings - 7 Cd

David Murray

CD 14,96 €   23.96 €

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BLUE NOTE AUDIOPHILE TONE POET SERIES

ECM TOUCHSTONES

The Triangle

The Triangle

Arild Andersen CD 8,26 € 
El Corazon

El Corazon

Don Cherry CD 8,26 € 
Journey's End

Journey's End

Miroslav Vitous CD 8,26 € 
Different Rivers

Different Rivers

Trygve Seim CD 8,26 € 
Cello

Cello

David Darling CD 8,26 € 
Lumi

Lumi

Edward Vesala CD 8,26 € 
Triplicate

Triplicate

Dave Holland CD 8,26 € 
Compass

Compass

Susanne Abbuehl CD 8,26 € 
Easy Living

Easy Living

Enrico Rava CD 8,26 € 
At The Blue Note, 3rd CD

At The Blue Note, 3rd CD

Keith Jarrett CD 8,26 € 
Guamba

Guamba

Gary Peacock CD 8,26 € 

Artist of the Month

Roscoe Mitchell

Roscoe Mitchell

Master saxophonist Roscoe Mitchell is one of the great innovators in creative music of the post-Coltrane, post-Ayler era. He has for over 40 years been a restless explorer of new forms, ideas and concepts. In 1967 he founded the Art Ensemble of Chicago (originally the Roscoe Mitchell Art Ensemble). Its motto – “Great Black Music, Ancient to the Future” – is vividly demonstrated on their ECM legacy, including the widely praised albums Nice Guys, Full Force, Urban Bushmen and Tribute To Lester. More recently Mitchell co-led the Transatlantic Art Ensemble with fellow saxophonist Evan Parker, which can be heard on Composition/Improvisation Nos. 1, 2 & 3, and collaborated with Jack DeJohnette on Made In Chicago, celebrating the early days and continued relevance of the AACM.

Roscoe Mitchel

Label of the Month

Sam Records

Sam Records

Parisian label specialized in high quality jazz records reissues on vinyl. In the tradition of labels wholly devoted to vinyl re-pressing, Sam Records puts out a product of top-notch musical and visual quality. In words of his owner and founder, Fred Thomas: “In 2006, after meeting with Nathan Davis, I decided to release one of his first recordings, from 1965. As I’m also very interested in photography, I decided to look for the original sleeve photographer, Jean-Pierre Leloir, to try and obtain a photo print and agree on a deal with him. I also decided to search for the owner of the master tapes to find an agreement with him. Five years after the Nathan Davis reissue, I decide to create Sam Records to continue doing the same type if work with other titles”.

Sam Records

CD of the Month

Wynton Marsalis - Bolden (OST)
CD OF THE MONTH

For the original soundtrack of Bolden, in theaters this spring, nine-time GRAMMY Award winner Wynton Marsalis faced a nearly impossible task: bring fellow trumpeter and New Orleanian Buddy Bolden, widely considered one of the fathers of jazz, back from the dead. But on this album, Marsalis enthusiastically resurrects the bawdy, brassy sound of Bolden as no one else can, throwing a Big Easy party that romps through some of Bolden’s most beloved material. Featuring acclaimed vocalists Catherine Russell and Brianna Thomas and an all-star cast of instrumentalists that includes Wycliffe Gordon, Victor Goines, Marcus Printup, and more, Marsalis brings turn-of-the-century New Orleans back to life, imbuing ragtime classics popularized by Bolden and his competitor Louis Armstrong with a modern sound and energy.

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