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October list by Dan Berube
Alive
Alivehiromi

Dynamic pianist Hiromi tackles her challenging compositions with the help of contra-bass guitarist Anthony Jackson and drummer Simon Phillips.

The Blues Came Callin'
The Blues Came Callin'walter trout

Recorded throughout 2013 and early 2014, this album features twelve new songs including ten originals. Trout searches his soul here and lays it bare allowing new appreciation for life.

Enjoy the View
Enjoy the Viewbobby hutcherson

Bobby Hutcherson returns to Blue Note, the label where he started his career in the early '60s, and delivers a superb new album with cohorts David Sanborn, Joey DeFrancesco, and Billy Hart.

Good News
Good Newsronnie earl and the broadcasters

Guitarist Ronnie Earl presents a mostly instrumental album of spellbinding intensity and deep soul that will satisfy his growing legion of fans.

Jazz Funk Soul
Jazz Funk SoulJeff lorber, chuck loeb, everette harp

Jazz Funk Soul is overflowing with soaring saxophone solos, brilliant guitar riffs, super funky piano riffs, and incredibly compelling melodies. 

Move Your Body
Move Your Bodyrebirth brass band

The Rebirth Brass Band is at it again with an infectious, groove-laden collection of hip-shakers that are sure to saturate the dance floor.

Harlem-Kingston Express
Harlem-Kingston Express, Vol. 2: The River Rolls Onmonty alexander

Monty Alexander enters his 70th year with this infectiously grooving reggae/jazz fusion studio project, featuring great live bonus tracks.

Living My Dream
Living My Dreamjonathan butler

Butler pursues a wide range of influences, from contemporary jazz to soul-stirring gospel. The end result is both prolific and wildly entertaining.

Road Shows, Vol. 3
Road Shows, Vol. 3sonny rollins

The third volume in Sonny Rollins's live album series provides a thrilling overview of the music and musicians that have engaged him in the new millennium.

 

Why?
Why?ginger Baker

The legendary drummer takes the influences that helped shape him and puts them front and center with his powerhouse Jazz Confusion quartet on Why? his first new album in 16 years.