Bobby Hutcherson – Total Eclipse

Vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson was a defining feature of the sound of Blue Note Records throughout the 1960s, equally at home in hard bop, soul jazz, and avant-garde settings.

Various Artists – MERCI YAYA BONGO – Les Groupes d​’​Animation F​é​minins du Gabon 1982​-​1989

Between 1982 and 1989, mainly thanks to the flourishing oil economy, a record-label is created, a state-of-the-art recording studio is set up, and the best Gabonese and Congolese musicians are recruited.

Tom Skinner – Voices of Bishara Live at “mu”

From the opening moments it’s clear that this band’s aim is to excavate the deep corners of the repertoire.

Carlos Niño & Friends – Placenta

Might be the most powerful, unique piece of music Niño has ever created.

Various Artists – Les Belgicains – Na Tango Ya Covadia 1964-1970

Congolese referred to countrymen living in Belgium as ‘Les Belgicains’. Out of a feeling of homesickness for their beautiful country, these students set up music groups.

Bauer Audio - OM 2 Speakers

Bauer Audio – OM 2 Speakers

Willi Bauer’s new loudspeaker surprises with its very even sound propagation in the room, fine dynamics and enormous joy of playing.

Cassie Kinoshi’s seed. – gratitude

An evolved, emotionally attuned, creatively ambitious and compositionally exquisite philharmonic expression of post-millennial UK jazz.

Bauer Audio – DPS 3 Turntable

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Booker Ervin – Tex Book Tenor

A stellar Blue Note record for the first time on vinyl!

Jackie McLean – Action

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Mats Gustafsson & Liudas Mockūnas – Watching A Dog. Smiling

Recorded at Plokštelių studija, Vilnius, November 8th 2022, released on very limited edition.

Ariel Kalma, Jeremiah Chiu & Marta Sofia Honer – The Closest Thing to Silence

Their collective approach to this work was born in improvisation and realized via collage-based editing. The end result brings several distinct musical moments — recorded sometimes decades apart

Blue Mitchell Quintet – Down With It!

The band comes flying out of the gate on the boogaloo grooved opener “Hi-Heel Sneakers” with other highlights of the set including the high-spirited “March On Selma” and the gorgeous ballad “Alone, Alone, Alone.”

Joe Lovano – Trio Fascination: Edition One

Throughout Lovano can be heard on tenor, soprano, alto, and straight alto saxophones, as well as alto clarinet, and the set consists of nine creative Lovano originals

Elvin Jones – Poly-Currents

After his six years with the seminal John Coltrane Quartet, the master drummer Elvin Jones signed with Blue Note in 1968 and began building his own career as a bandleader.

Lou Donaldson – Midnight Creeper

Sweet Papa Lou had helped lay Blue Note’s soul jazz foundation alongside Hammond B3 organists including Jimmy Smith, Baby Face Willette, and Big John Patton

Sahib Shihab and the Danish Radio Jazz Group – OKTAV 1965

This record, on the Danish Oktav label, his second as a leader and also his rarest is a true masterpiece !!!

The Heath Brothers – Paris ’76

We used to get on the train and travel around Europe, and we’d be playing in these cabins on the train. It was like a chamber-music group. So we decided to include that sound on the record.

McCoy Tyner – Extensions

the only recorded collaboration between Tyner and Alice Coltrane who plays harp on three of the album’s four pieces (all composed by Tyner).

Grant Green – I Want To Hold Your Hand

The quartet elevates a collection of well-known songs with their easy-going elegance

Isaiah Collier – Parallel Universe

“Recording direct- to-disc gave me a really fortunate opportunity to experience what our musical predecessors almost a hundred years ago were dealing with,”

Analog Relax – EX2000 Cartridge

Completed by utilising advanced assembly techniques to achieve a sound that has depth, range, and substance, while remaining the full amount of the groove information.

Matthew Shipp Trio – Circular Temple

It has become clear that Matthew Shipp is the most interesting and important jazz pianist of his generation, the most continually evolving and pushing forward.

Thandi Ntuli with Carlos Niño – Rainbow Revisited

I knew that, with Carlos as producer, the artistic direction of the album would likely take me to a place I’d never considered going. A fact that had me both curious and terrified

Irreversible Entanglements – Protect Your Light

Adventurous free jazz improvisation driven by Camae’s poetry about the Black experience, survival, power, liberation and social justice.

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Riviera Audio Labs

An audio amplifier must reproduce a signal with the highest fidelity… for the human ear, not for instruments! Riviera is the future to be heard in analogue.

Mike Reed – The Separatist Party

The music draws upon a raft of influences, weaving together varied traditions and practices within a groove-oriented attack to forge something entirely new.

Darius Jones – fLuXkit Vancouver (i​̶​t​̶​s suite but sacred)

The music of fLuXkit Vancouver also exists in between worlds: Is this a compositional suite? Is it sacred music? Or is it simply art?

Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids – Afro Futuristic Dreams

The new recording represents another bold step in Ackamoor’s ever-evolving journey in jazz, including string sections and choral elements to the Pyramids’ trademark spiritual Afro-jazz sound.

An interview with Danas Mikailionis, co-founder and owner of NoBusiness records.

A very modest record label that, in most of their releases, succeeds in bringing the musicians “Live” in your listening room with top quality sound recordings.

Big John Patton – Let ‘Em Roll

A fantastic 1965 session that found Patton altering the standard organ trio line-up of guitar (Grant Green) and drums (Otis Finch) by adding vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson into the mix.

Pharoah Sanders – Pharoah

The most definitive release of this diverse, honest, masterpiece is now available!

Jaimie Branch – Fly or Die Fly or Die Fly or Die (​(​world war​)​)

One month before jaimie branch’s death sent shockwaves around the world, the trumpet player and composer was in Chicago at International Anthem studios putting finishing touches on this album.

Knoel Scott feat. Marshall Allen – Celestial

His first studio recording under his own name, Celestial is a statement of intent from Scott as a composer and bandleader, and a testament to his rich and lasting relationship with Marshall Allen.

Jantra – Synthesized Sudan

The most raucous, hypnotic, addictive, and celestial dance music being made anywhere in Africa, perhaps the least known to the wider world of them all.

Hank Mobley – A Caddy for Daddy

A first-class sextet with Lee Morgan on trumpet, Curtis Fuller on trombone, McCoy Tyner on piano, Bob Cranshaw on bass, and Billy Higgins on drums…

Sonny Clark – Sonny Clark Trio

A 6-song set of bebop themes and standards featuring bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Philly Joe Jones.

Tony Allen, Adrian Younge, Ali Shaheed Muhammad – Tony Allen JID018

Despite the finite time that Allen had on this planet, his contributions to music are timeless and untouchable, and will continue to inform and inspire generations to come

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Reed – MUSE 3A Turntable

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Donald Byrd – Slow Drag

One of the last pure hard bop sessions

Andrew Hill – Dance With Death

One of the most gratifying though under-recognized sessions of the pianist’s remarkable discography

Eliades Ochoa – Guajiro

Cuban singer, songwriter and guitarist well known as one of the original members of Buena Vista Social Club

Dudu Tassa & Jonny Greenwood – Jarak Qaribak

A very special album of cross-border collaborations

Buena Vista Social Club - 25th Anniversary Edition

Buena Vista Social Club – 25th Anniversary Edition

Deluxe Remaster package, featuring previously unheard tracks from the original 1996 recording sessions, previously unseen photos, and new liner notes.

Origin Live – Swift Turntable

This new turntable delivers a performance that surpasses its price point by miles, offering a sure investment for your system.

Praed – Kaf Afrit

A band whose musical oeuvre can be described as a mixture of Arabic popular music, free jazz, and electronics.

Malombo Jazz Makers

A unique landmark of South African jazz

Jan Van Angelopoulos & Fotis Siotas – Folks Nowadays

In “Folks Nowadays” the combination of rhythm and melody takes on a new perspective with the co-existence of drums and violin.

Ilias Kampanis – Yerma

A soundtrack that draws elements of tradition, earthly and natural sounds

Asher Gamedze – Turbulence & Pulse

Cape Town, South Africa-based drummer expanding the concept of turbulence and pulse through the lens of history.

Lonnie Liston Smith, Adrian Younge, Ali Shaheed Muhammad – Lonnie Liston Smith JID017

Coursing through the cosmic pulse of Jazz-Funk is the inimitable influence of Lonnie Liston Smith.

The Three Pillars of Good Sound Quality by Origin Live

An article that helps to simplify and clarify a complex subject which is the “good sound quality”.

Alhaji Waziri Oshomah – Vol. 1​-​5 (1978​-​1984)

A complete Volume Series, compiled for the first time in a 5 LP box set, including a book about the remarkable life and career of the Hi-Life master.

Angel Bat Dawid – Requiem for Jazz

A 12-movement suite composed, arranged, and inspired in part by dialogue from Edward O. Bland’s 1959 film The Cry of Jazz

Tõnu Naissoo – Shapes and Colours

Funky synthesized jazz with mood and feeling from the Estonian composer and keyboard veteran

Mototeru Takagi Quartet – Live At Little John, Yokohama 1999

The three horn players play with an unfettered freedom, wrapping lines across each other over the spare undercurrent of Koyama’s drums.

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