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The Sixth Sense is an album by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan, released on the Blue Note label in 1970. The album features performances by Morgan, Jackie McLean, Frank Mitchell, Cedar Walton, Victor Sproles and Billy Higgins. The CD reissue added three tracks featuring Harold Mabern and Mickey Bass.
Jazz / Fusion / Free Jazz
New Forces is proud to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Sissy Spacek with their latest LP, “Trash Staging.” Sissy Spacek have been one of my favorite bands for a long […]
Broadcast will have their long out of print albums made available again through Warp Records on LP and CD. This seminal catalogue encompasses the albums Work And Non Work, The […]
Sapropelic Pycnic is the world debut of music presented under the name of “Ka Baird.” While this record is a commencement of many sorts, it is in no way a […]
Half Alive is a compilation album by Suicide, originally released on cassette only on September 9, 1981 by ROIR. It is composed of live recordings from 1978 and home and […]
“Previously unreleased soul and funk from legendary Atlanta guitarist/singer/songwriter Richard Marks, the companion piece to our Never Satisfied anthology. These songs, found on reels that [...]
“Back in 1978, Bernard Treton recorded four ‘tradi-modern’ bands in Kinshasa. These sessions spawned the “Zaïre: Musiques Urbaines à Kinshasa” album (released in [...]
Blue Note Classic Vinyl Reissue Series All-Analog 180g Vinyl LP Mastered by Kevin Gray Directly from the Original Master Tapes and Manufactured at Optimal in Germany Blue Note Records has […]
Blue Note 80 Vinyl Reissue Series Curated by Don Was and Cem Kurosman; All-Analog 180g LP Mastered by Kevin Gray from the Original Master Tapes In honor of Blue Note […]
Lee Morgan’s magnum opus The Sidewinder—recorded in 1963 and release in 1964—was both a comeback and a coronation. The prodigious trumpeter had debuted on Blue Note in 1956 at the age […]
On October 15, 1965, tenor saxophone master and composer Wayne Shorter recorded The All Seeing Eye, a brilliant and ambitiously multi-layered album for Blue Note. Shorter’s goal for the album [...]
In 1967, pianist McCoy Tyner was ready for a new start. He had left the seminal John Coltrane Quartet two years prior and moved on from Coltrane’s label Impulse! Records, […]
What our staff has to say: “Early Hancock album. His first acoustic version of Watermelon Man. A 1962 Blue note album through and through.” – Jack In honor of Blue […]
Fourth volume in the BYG Actuel series; gatefold sleeve, 180 gram vinyl. “A great recording session for the French BYG Actuel label dated August 12, 1969. Tenor saxophonist Archie Shepp [...]
Generational Muse “Forty years ago a group of hipsters fled Manhattan for . . . has it even been that long? I cannot fathom for I’m still alive and so […]
“Super-session recorded in Paris on August 17, 1969. Alan Silva collected here many of the top free jazz players of the time, an incredible 11-piece ensemble featuring, among others, [...]
A celestial journey is just what Sun Ra and his Arkestra have created with Space is the Place. Sun Ra’s opus is at its simplest, a trip through outer bound […]
Sun Ra was a master jazz musician unlike any before or after him. Here is a stunning collection of 260 of his cosmic poems and selected prose.
Shamballa is the 1993 collaboration from jazz drummer William Hooker, Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), and composer Elliott Sharp. The release features Hooker performing duets with each musician. [...]