It's an historic and fleeting opportunity to own a treasure trove of previously unknown music. 6 CDs with 108 tracks locked away for more than 70 years. The recordings are from the personal collection of Bill Savory.
Numbered edition, with an exclusive booklet. Strictly limited!
A full set of material recorded by the “classic” quartet on a single day in March 1963, at New Jersey's Rudy Van Gelder Studio; then stashed away and finally lost when Impulse threw away stored material on a clean-up.
There are 7 tunes on the standar collection plus 7 alternate takes (included on the deluxe edition). Both versions are available on CD and vinyl formats.
New release of a previously unissued 1964 live performance, recorded at The Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. Restored and mixed from the original master tapes, featuring 8 never-before-heard songs including a newly discovered Garner original.
Complete previously unissued quintet performance in Japan by the great Woody Shaw. This remarkable concert features Shaw's classic group. It's presented simultaneously on vinyl and CD.
The CD version contains an extra and a bonus track, both also previously unreleased, also includes a 16-page booklet containing special essays by famed jazz producer Michael Cuscuna & by Shaw's son Woody Shaw III.
Previously unissued quartet performance by the great Dexter Gordon. This astonishing concert marked Gordon's first appearance ever in Japan, backed by an all-star rhythm sections. It's presented simultaneously on vinyl and CD.
The CD versions contains 2 bonus tracks, also previously unreleased and includes a 16-page booklet containing special essays by famed jazz producer Michael Cuscuna & by Dexter’s widow, Maxine Gordon.
As one of the most prodigious guitarists of his generation, Lage has long displayed an ability to explore a wide range of sounds, ideas and genres. But what delights him here - and will, in turn, captivate his listeners - is the artful simplicity of Modern Lore.
A jazz singer and pianist who drew audiences close with a powerfully confidential, vibratoless delivery. She was a unique singer, with one of the slowest deliveries in jazz and a very unusual way of phrasing, putting stress on certain words and letting others slip away. She cherished her repertory, making audiences feel that she was cutting through to the stark truths of songs.
Resonance Records is an independent jazz record label established in 2008, a division of the Rising Jazz Stars Foundation, dedicated to preserving the art and legacy of jazz and discovering the rising stars of tomorrow. Resonance Records has also released recordings by John Coltrane, Bill Evans, Gene Harris, Scott LaFaro, Charles Lloyd and Wes Montgomery.
This performance marked Jarrett's return to the stage after a two-year battle with chronic fatigue syndrome. This double disc isn't merely a compelling historical document; it is an exemplary concert full of inspired readings of classic jazz tunes ranging from the Great American Songbook through bebop and John Coltrane.