• Fred Hersch: Solo

    Fred Hersch: Solo

    Perfectionists like Fred Hersch are generally their own harshest critics, but even he can’t deny that something very special happened at the Windham Civic Center Concert Hall on this August night in 2014. Not only ...
  • Tango For Ears

    Tango For Ears

    The tango was born in the late 1800s in Buenos Aires, where it was first danced in grimy bars and brothels. It began as a souped-up habanera, a slower dance made famous in 1875 (and ...
  • HDtracks.com Offers DSD Downloads

    HDtracks.com Offers DSD Downloads

    November 2, 2015 - HDtracks.com, the largest online vendor of computer audio file downloads, has expanded their offerings to include Direct Stream Digital (DSD)-encoded files. Already offering Digital eXtreme Definition (DXD) files, which are PCM ...
  • Wes Montgomery: In The Beginning

    Wes Montgomery: In The Beginning

    In 2012 Resonance Records released Echoes of Indiana Avenue, a spectacular collection of previously unheard Wes Montgomery recordings. Apparently doing the impossible once only whetted the label’s appetite; they have followed up with a three-LP ...
  • Matthew Shipp Trio: To Duke

    Matthew Shipp Trio: To Duke

    You’d have to work insanely hard to make a Duke Ellington (or Billy Strayhorn) tune unrecognizable. Pianist Shipp, double bassist Michael Bisio, and drummer Whit Dickey work madly (as in “Love You Madly”) on seven ...
  • Keith Jarrett: The Köln Concert

    Keith Jarrett: The Köln Concert

    To commemorate the 40th anniversary of this landmark recording (the best-selling solo album in jazz history), ECM has released the double vinyl set in a 180-gram audiophile pressing. The sound is a revelation. Every note ...

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