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August list by Donalee Jacobs
Anatomy Of Angels
Anatomy Of AngelsJon Batiste

This album was recorded live at the historic Village Vanguard in NYC in the Fall of 2018 during Jon Batiste's residency and incorporates original material and covers. The music on this release is primarily instrumental music aside from The Very Thought Of You featuring Lake Street Dive's Rachel Price on vocals. 

Best Of Denis Solee
Best Of Denis SoleeDenis Solee

Multi-reed player/saxophonist Denis Solee has played in military bands, symphony orchestras, Broadway shows, big bands and small groups. He has appeared on radio, TV, films and recordings for artists from Ray Stevens to Ray Charles. He teaches ensembles and saxophone at The Nashville Jazz Workshop, and transcribes and arranges for these ensembles. This collection presents a number of his best works including Serenade In Blue, As Time Goes By, Theme From Pink Panther and Georgia On My Mind.

CrossroadsRick Braun

Rick Braun's new album includes his re-imagining of Stevie Wonder's iconic I Wish plus inspired originals such as the romantic Me And You featuring Peter White, and Versace On The Floor featuring Richard Elliot. 

GratitudeSteve Cole

A health scare in Steve Cole's family left the saxophonist feeling rejuvenated, with a renewed sense of hope and faith in his fellow humans. That depth of feeling shines through on the album's ten tracks, which spotlight Cole's gift for infectious grooves, soulful melodies, and vibrant pop hooks. 

In The Blue Room
In The Blue Zoneshakatak

The latest album from British Smooth Jazz legends, Shakatak, features High Town, Slinky, Kyoto Dreaming and Soul Paradise. 

Love And Liberation
Love And LiberationJazzmeia Horn

Jazzmeia’s 2017 album A Social Call, which earned her a Grammy nomination was a bold, political statement – a call for change. Her new album is a call to action, starting with the self. The result is filled with original songs, of daring musicality, emotional power, and messages of immediate relevancy.

No Good Deed
No Good DeedMindi Abair & The Boneshakers

The follow up to their critically-acclaimed Blues chart-topping album, The EastWest Sessions, which won eight Independent Blues Awards including Artist of the Year, an Independent Music Award for Best Blues Song Fan Award and a Blues Music Award Nomination for Best Instrumentalist: Horn. Mindi Abair and The Boneshakers continue to expand musically past what an expected blues rock album sounds like.

Rise From The Flames
Rise From The FlamesHeather Newman

Newman's debut solo album, Burn Me Alive, spread like wildfire and went on to win two Blues Blast Music Awards. Now Heather Newman is ready to stoke that fire even further with an all-original thirteen-song album. It relatable songs focus on coming to terms with the end of a relationship, as well as realizations of self-worth. This album gives an insight into the real life blues of this ragingly powerful up-and-coming musician. 

The Sun Room
The Sun RoomRobben Ford & Bill Evans

Guitarist Robben Ford and saxophonist Bill Evans team up for this collection of jazz, blues, funk and soul music. The album includes Catch A Ride, Pixies and Strange Days.