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February list by Donalee Jacobs
Chris Thile & Brad Meldau
Chris Thile & Brad Meldauchris thile & brad meldau

Mandolinist/singer Chris Thile and pianist Brad Mehldau, longtime admirers of each other's work, first toured as a duo in 2013. At the end of 2015, they played a two-night stand at New York City's Bowery Ballroom before going into the studio to record this album that is a mix of covers and original songs.

Up And Coming
Up And ComingThe John Abercrombie Quartet

Guitarist John Abercrombie returns with a second album by his quartet featuring Marc Copland, Drew Gress, and Joey Baron. Along with original works, the ensemble does a take of Miles Davis's classic Nardis.

Holding On
Holding OnJeff HEaley

Commemorating what would have been his 50th birthday, the extraordinary Heal My Soul companion album from Jeff Healey contains five rare studio tracks and a live concert from Oslo, Norway, recorded on July 18th, 1999.

Midnight Highway
Midnight HighwayQuinn Sullivan

Blues prodigy Quinn Sullivan has shared the stage with the likes of B.B. King, Eric Clapton, and his mentor Buddy Guy. His third studio album was recorded at the prestigious Blackbird Studio in Nashville. 

My Foolish Heart
My Foolish HeartRalph Towner

A twelve track solo album from jazz guitarist Ralph Towner that includes songs such as Pilgrim, Saunter, Dolomiti Dance and more.

One More For The Road
One More For The Roadcurtis Stiger & Danish Radio Big Band

Recorded live in Copenhagen, One More For The Road features Curtis Stigers along with The Danish Radio Big Band celebrating some of Frank Sinatra's most cherished songs. Encompassing 10 covers, each song was hand-picked by Stigers to honor one of his musical heroes.

Reverence
ReverenceNathan East

The second solo release from Nathan East includes appearances by Eric Clapton, Phil Collins, Phillip Bailey and Yolanda Adams and features a cover of Earth, Wind & Fire's Serpentine Fire, which was originally recorded with East's brother Marcel in 1991 with Eric Clapton on guitar and Phil Collins on drums. 

Times Have Changed
Times Have ChangedRonnie Baker Brooks

The second solo release from Nathan East includes appearances by Eric Clapton, Phil Collins, Phillip Bailey and Yolanda Adams and features a cover of Earth, Wind & Fire's Serpentine Fire, which was originally recorded with East's brother Marcel in 1991 with Eric Clapton on guitar and Phil Collins on drums. 

3 Minutes To Midnight
3 Minutes To MidnightLawson Rollins

Lawson Rollins wrote a dozen compositions; all in the three minute range and illuminated by his prodigious finger style guitar play. The recording is stripped down, punchy and concise, a radical departure for the Billboard chart-topping artist known for creating lavishly produced and elaborately-constructed tracks that are at least twice as long. 

Blues To Boogie By
Blues To Boogie ByVarious

Blues To Boogie By is an unique collection of Blues songs to get you dancing and moving to some of the best blues artists ever. Featured artists include John Lee Hooker, Howlin' Wolf, Memphis Slim, B.B. King, Elmore James, Magic Sam, Lightnin Hopkins, and Johnny Otis. 

Elvin Bishop's Big Fun Trio
Elvin Bishop's Big Fun TrioElvin Bishop

The follow up to Elvin Bishop's Can't Do No Wrong features Bishop's down-home delivery, deep blues picking and slide guitar, playfully meshing with Bob Welsh's piano and guitar licks and Willy Jordan's soul singing and propulsive playing.