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    Posted: 18 Oct 2021 at 9:45am
David Janeway, Distant Voices (Steeplechase): Pianist David Janeway looks back and pays tribute to the man jazz pianists who have inspired and influenced him – including Hank Jones, Walter Bishop Jr., Bill Evans and more – on his latest album, Distant Voices, released on October 15. This is his third trio recording and the first for his working trio with Billy Hart on drums and Cameron Brown on bass. 
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Nicholas Payton, Smoke Sessions (Smoke Sessions): With his forthcoming album, Smoke Sessions, multi-instrumentalist/composer Nicholas Payton realizes his long-cherished dream of leading a session with iconic bassist Ron Carter. The album also features his longtime collaborator Karriem Riggins on drums and a few guest appearances by legendary saxophonist George Coleman. Smoke Sessions is out on October 29 via Smoke Sessions Records. We highlighted it as one of the albums released this month that you need to know about.

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Mary LaRose, Out Here (little(i)music)

Jazz vocalese artists Mary LaRose’s Out Here is her first full-length project dedicated to the music of Eric Dolphy. It features vocal interpretations of some of the saxophone great’s staples performed with an ensemble of longstanding colleagues. “We really wanted to celebrate Dolphy’s spirit by celebrating our own musical spirits within the framework of these incredible tunes,” she explains via a press release. 

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Makaya McCraven, “Sunset” (AKA “Son Set”)

Chicago-based drummer/producer/beat scientist Makaya McCraven has released the third single from his new remix album, Deciphering the Message, which finds him putting a modern bounce on Blue Note classics by such artists as Art Blakey, Bobby Hutcherson and Clifford Brown, among others. The third single is “Sunset” (AKA “Non Set”), which remakes a deep cut by trumpeter/composer Kenny Dorham from his 1961 LP Whistle Stop, featuring Hank Mobley, Kenny Drew, Paul Chambers and Philly Joe Jones. 

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Staci Griesbach, “A Good Year for the Roses” [Video Premiere]

Vocalist Staci Griesbach offers her take on the George Jones staple, “A Good Year for the Roses,” also famously covered by Elvis Costello. Griesbach’s version is featured on her latest album, My George Jones Songbook, a 14-track tribute to the country icon that revisits his music in the key of jazz. It is also her latest in a series of full-length jazz celebrations of the great American Songbook of Country Music. Griesbach’s version of “A Good Year for the Roses” was arranged by Tamir Hendelman and its accompanying video, premiering below, was filmed in her childhood home in Hortonville, Wisconsin. 

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Chick Corea Posthumously Releases Live Album by His Akoustic Band: Chick Corea Akoustic Band LIVE is a 2-CD set recorded on January 13, 2018, at SPC Music Hall in St. Petersburg, Florida. This is the last project Corea prepared before he passed away on February 9, 2021, and the first outing of his Akoustic Band with bassist John Patitucci and drummer Dave Weckl, which made its debut in 1987. Due out on September 24 via Concord Jazz, the release serves as a celebratory reminder of Corea’s singular genius, with more than two hours of inspired music playing and spirited camaraderie. Check out a trailer for Chick Corea Akoustic Band LIVE via the player belo

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Hiromi, Silver Lining Suite (Telarc): Hiromi, who recently performed at the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics, will release Silver Lining Suite, a breathtaking blend of jazz invention and classical composition, on October 8 via Telar. Inspired by the trying times of the pandemic, the project pairs Hiromi’s virtuosic and emotive piano with a string quartet assembled by violinist Tatsuo Nishie, concertmaster of the New Japan Philharmonic. Check out Hiromi’s teaser video for Silver Lining Suite via the player below
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Craft Latino to Release Massive Fania Records Box Set: Craft Latino will release a massive new collection of Fania Records singles released between 1965 and 1975 on October 8. The box set is titled It’s A Good, Good Feeling: The Latin Soul of Fania Records (The Singles). It includes four CDs, plus a bonus 7-inch single, all housed in a 60-page book, featuring extensive new liner notes, photos and more. The 89 singles compiled are from such artists as Ray Barretto, Joe Bataan, Larry Harlow and more, plus rarities from 125th Street Candy Store, The Latinaires, The Harvey Averne Band, and Ali Baba, among many others.
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Kurt Elling Shares New Single: Kurt Elling has shared a new single from SuperBlue, his forthcoming album with Charlie Hunter and Corey Fonville and DJ Harrison, who are members of Butcher Brown. The record is due out October 8 and you can pre-order it HERE. “Endless Lawns” is a reimagined version of a tune that originally appeared on Elling’s 2018 album, The Questions. “We recorded this some years ago with Branford Marsalis,” remembers Elling via a press release. “But I knew there was more in this composition for us to fool with, so I asked Charlie and the boys to give me a different groove here and they sure did come through.”
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Terence Blanchard Releases New Single: Trumpeter Terence Blanchard has released the second single from his forthcoming album Absence, which is due out August 27 via Blue Note and pays tribute to legendary composer/saxophonist Wayne Shorter. The single is a new take on Shorter’s “Fall,” which first appeared on the seminal Miles Davis Quintet album Nefertiti from 1967. ...

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New Release Date for Somi’s Reimagination of Miriam Makeba: Somi’s forthcoming full-length tribute to legendary vocalist/activist Miriam Makeba will be released this October 8 on Salon Africana. This is an updated release date, as Zenzile: The Reimagination of Miriam Makeba had been previously slated for a July 30 release. The album is a celebration of Makeba’s invaluable musical contribution and messages of social justice, which finds Somi in impressive company, including Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Nduduzo Makhathini, Gregory Porter and more.
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Web Web New Single Featuring Brandee Younger: Munich-based quartet Web Web have shared “Satori Ways,” the single from their forthcoming spiritual jazz album Web Max, due out August 27 via Compost Records. The LP finds Web Web mastermind Roberto Di Gioia joined by German rapper/producer Max Herre for the first time. The track “Satori Ways” also features acclaimed jazz harpist Brandee Younger.
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Three-time GRAMMY-nominated vocalist Denise Donatelli reimagines the music of Burt Bacharach on her new album, Whistling in the Dark. This intimately arranged collection, produced by four-time GRAMMY winner Larry Klein, is due out August 27 and features “A House Is Not a Home,” the premiere of which you can hear via the player below. “Larry’s idea was to reimagine Bacharach’s music in such a minimalistic way… to reframe them in a way that examines the very essence of the songs,” explains Donatelli. “He knew what he was striving for but left the room in the process for what became a great collaboration among the musicians.”

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BADBADNOTGOOD Announce New Album, Share Strange Video for New Song “Signal From the Noise”

Talk Memory Due Out October 8 via XL/Innovative Leisure

Experimental Canadian jazz trio BADBADNOTGOOD have announced a new album, Talk Memory, and shared its nine-minute long lead single, “Signal From the Noise,” via a strange video for it that features a man duct taping headphones to his head, puppets of security guards, and more. Talk Memory is due out October 8 via XL Recordings (in partnership with Innovative Leisure). Watch the Duncan Loudon-directed “Signal From the Noise” video below, followed by the album’s tracklist and cover art.

Talk Memory is the band’s first album in five years, since 2016’s IV. The album features Arthur Verocai, Karriem Riggins, Terrace Martin, Laraaji, and harpist Brandee Younger. Steve Stamp, writer and star of the BBC sitcom People Just Do Nothing, stars in the “Signal From the Noise” video.

The band collectively had this to say about the new album in a press release: “It took a year or two of just living life to get to the place where the creative process was exciting again and once we actually went in to the studio it was the most concise recording and writing process we’ve ever had. We hope that the improvised studio performances bring the listener closer to our live experience.”


Talk Memory Tracklist:

1. Signal From the Noise
2. Unfolding (Momentum 73) feat. Laraajii
3. City of Mirrors feat. Arthur Verocai
4. Beside April feat. Karriem Riggins, Arthur Verocai
5. Love Proceeding feat. Arthur Verocai
6. Open Channels [PHYSICAL ONLY]
7. Timid, Intimidating
8. Beside April Reprise feat. Arthur Verocai
9. Talk Meaning feat. Arthur Verocai, Terrace Martin and Brandee Younger




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Acclaimed vocalist Somi has shared her version of Miriam Makeba’s 1967 worldwide hit song, “Pata Pata.” This is the first single from her upcoming album Zenzile: The Reimagination of Miriam Makeba, where she honors the life, art and legacy of the legendary South African singer/songwriter/activist, along with several special guests. In addition to this album, out July 30, Somi will be taking her musical based on the life of Miriam Makeba to the theatre stage later this year. Dates will be announced soon.


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Acute Inflections is a New York-based sultry duo formed by singer/songwriter Elasea Douglas and bassist/composer Sadiki Pierre. On May 11, they released their fourth album, 400, marking the 40th-anniversary of Bob Marley’s passing and celebrating his legacy via seventeen stylish, jazzy renditions of well-known classics and lesser-known Marley gems. Songs performed in the album include “Stir It Up,” “One Love,” “I Shot the Sheriff” and more.
 


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Virtuoso jazz harpist Edmar Castañeda sets out to capture the spirit of the world as a unified “family” on his new trio record, Family, due out on May 21. The album also features saxophonist Shlomi Cohen, drummer Rodrigo Villalon and special guest vocalist Andrea Tierra. Its title track is full of joy and promise and condenses the album into a single track “At the start of the recording sessions, I saw the potential of the world coming together as one big family,” Castañeda explains. “I know this is possible and this arrangement goes through a myriad of feelings on our journey as one.”

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  oh i'm already waiting for it, if you find something like that post links to samples
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Originally posted by Cannonball With Hat Cannonball With Hat wrote:

Indeed!
 
And yeah...hopefully amazon (or some other place employee tracking) will post some audio samples because audio quality seems like it will be the only thing stopping me from buying that.
  oh i'm already waiting for it, if you find something like that post links to samples

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