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Nonesuch releases a new studio album by legendary New Orleans musician Allen Toussaint, completed before his passing last November. Recording took place at two sets of sessions with producer Joe Henry: solo piano at Toussaint's New Orleans home studio in 2013, and with the rhythm section of Jay Bellerose and David Piltch.
On their first new album since 2012, the Brad Mehldau Trio put their focus on ballads and blues songs including Since I Fell for You; These Foolish Things; and My Valentine.
Through deeply felt originals and interpretations of traditional songs from Creole, Cajun, Haitian, American folk and jazz canons, Leyla Mccalla depicts a diverse American experience and her own struggles with and acceptance of her own identity.
Rene Marie breaks new ground with her first album of entirely self-penned originals. These richly personal songs explore the sweetest, saddest, brightest and darkest corners of human existence and seem destined for cross-over success.
An artist whose music is at once timeless yet utterly of its time, Gregory Porter solidifies his standing as his generation's most soulful jazz singer-songwriter with the release of his much-anticipated follow-up to 2013's Liquid Spirit.
First studio recording from Grammy award winning harmonica virtuoso Sugar Blue in over five years. It is full of what makes Sugar Blue and his band so special; passionate writing, tight arrangements, and out of this world harmonica.
Popovic's latest is a triple release of three all new albums featuring jazz, funk and blues and guest appearances by Joe Bonamassa, Bernard Purdie and rapper Al Capone.
The recordings of Miles Davis are reimagined by Grammy Award winner Robert Glasper with guest artists including Bilal, Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu, Hiatus Kaiyote, and more.
Taken from a filmed performance, this live album features thirteen songs written by Pat Metheny, one he co-wrote with Ornette Coleman, and one well known standard by Ray Noble.
Showcases the thrilling sound of Hiromi's Trio Project with her most sweeping and emotionally overflowing set of music to date. The pianist finds her own spark in her interaction with collaborators Anthony Jackson and Simon Phillips.
Jane Monheit's latest features her contemporary interpretation of selections from Ella Fitzgerald's songbook including Where Or When and I've Got You Under My Skin.
The latest from jazz drummer and composer Allison Miller and her band Boom Tic Boom includes songs such as Fuster; Slow Jam; Shimmer; and collaborations with violinist Jenny Scheinman and clarinetist Ben Goldberg.