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July list by Donalee Jacobs
Hopebetty buckley

Broadway legend Betty Buckley's eighteenth album is an inspiring and emotionally-compelling mix of Americana, pop, rock and standards. The album Hope coincides with her debut as Madame L Angelle in the AMC television hit Preacher along with her starring role in the revival of Hello, Dolly! It features her quartet of musicians including Christian Jacob, Buckley s long-term pianist, Oz Noy on guitar, Tony Marino on bass and Dan Rieser on drums.  

Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album
Both Directions At Once: The Lost Albumjohn coltrane

Featuring the Classic Quartet, John Coltrane, McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison and Elvin Jones, and recorded at the end of a two-week run at Birdland, the music on this album represents one of the most influential groups in music history both performing in a musical style it had perfected. Unknown until 2004 and unheard until now. The deluxe edition includes seven alternate takes of the tracks from the standard edition

Bob Corritore & Friends: Don't Let The Devil Ride!
Bob Corritore & Friends: Don't Let The Devil Ride!bob corritore

In addition to Corritore's stunning harmonica work, this new release effortlessly delivers a fresh, passionate approach to carrying forward the 'old school' feel while keeping it relevant to the contemporary blues landscape.

Collagically Speaking
Collagically Speakingr+r=Now

The debut album from the jazz supergroup led by Robert Glasper spans a variety of genres and styles that were written in the studio and recorded in a single take, thus allowing them to go 'wherever this formidable crew's mood goes.' (Explicit Content) 

Cyrille Aimee Live
Cyrille Aimée Livecyrille aimÉe

Throughout this live album, Cyrille Aimee holds the audience in the palm of her hand. Rapt during quiet moments, raucous as the spirited band swings into high gear, roaring with laughter at her charming and quirky banter, or singing along with a Michael Jackson medley, the crowd is an essential part of the buoyant show.

Laid Black
Laid Blackmarcus miller

Bassist extraordinaire Marcus Miller follows up Afrodeezia, his expansive exploration of music from the African diaspora, with a return to funk on this vibrant new album.

The Message
The Messagestanley clarke band

Grammy Award-winning bassist Stanley Clarke wields a vision of fusion and funk, break beats, and bass-interpreted cello suites with a little help from friends like rapper Doug E. Fresh and trumpeter Mark Isham

The Music In My Head
The Music In My Headmichael franks

Michael Franks returns with a new album after a seven year hiatus. Highlights include the super cool BeBop Headshop, the intimate Bluebird Blue, the profoundly beautiful Waterfall, and more. 

Summer Horns II: From A To Z
Summer Horns II: From A To Zdave koz

A stunning set of eleven timeless tunes reimagined by Koz (soprano, alto, tenor, and baritone saxes) and his friends Gerald Albright, Rick Braun, Richard Elliot, and Aubrey Logan, along with guest vocalists Jonathan Butler, Kenny Lattimore, and Sheléa.

A Woman's Soul
A Woman's Soulrory block

This recording kicks off Power Women of the Blues, Rory Block's latest series of recordings dedicated to blues pioneers. Bessie Smith was rightly called 'The Empress of the Blues' for her 160 classic recordings between 1923 and 1933. Block's unique acoustic blues interpretations of Bessie Smith's material remind us how the powerful songs stand the test of time. 

Heaven And Earth
Heaven And Earthkamasi washington

Kamasi Washington's sophomore album not only fulfills its overarching ambition, but illustrates the dialectic between seen and unseen, real and imagined, citizen and culture, self and self, as well as self and other, and does so through the lens of a mature but never jaded revolutionary consciousness.