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Qobuz USA 24m
Don't miss our Album of The Week: "Valentine" by Available now in 24-Bit/88.2kHz along with a great review from our Qobuz.
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Watch discuss his excellent new trio album "Valentine" on the latest episode of "First Look" with Blue Note President : Get the album on vinyl or CD, DL or stream it:
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Qobuz 7h
With Valentine, comes back to a trio with drummer Rudy Royston and bassist Thomas Morgan. They mix new and old personal compositions with great precision and creativity. Stunning!
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Bill Frisell 4h
will be logged in for the 'Valentine' Global Listening Event + Q&A momentarily....TUNE IN at the link below:
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ArkivJazz 4h
All Rise marks a return to beloved original songwriting – heart-on-sleeve lyrics imbued with everyday philosophy and real-life detail, set to a stirring mix of jazz, soul, blues and gospel. Pre-order available now from :
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Blue Note Records 4h
Join in the "Valentine" listening event + Q&A today at 2pm ET here: Find the album here:
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Terence Blanchard 6h
On this day, 13 years ago, "A Tale of God's Will (A Requiem for Katrina)" was released on . This album wasn't so much about music for me. It was really more about what people had to endure in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
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Blue Note Records 5h
Inspired by Dodo Greene's 1962 album "My Hour Of Need" covered "I'll Never Stop Loving You" for "Blue Note Re:imagined" feat. UK artists reworking classics of the Blue Note catalog. Stream our playlist with new/original versions side-by-side:
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Blue Note Records 7h
60 yrs ago was in Van Gelder Studio w/ Lee Morgan, Wayne Shorter, Bobby Timmons & Jymie Merritt recording tracks that would be released on the albums "A Night In Tunisia" & "Like Someone In Love." Hear "So Tired" on "Art Blakey: The Finest"
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Blue Note Records 7h
Today at 2pm ET join for an online global listening event for his new album "Valentine" which is out today! Bill will be answering questions from fans while the album plays via Spotify. Join here: Find the album:
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Blue Note Records 9h
OUT NOW :: "Valentine" :: Get it on vinyl, CD, DL or stream it :: Bill Frisell, guitar Thomas Morgan, bass Rudy Royston, drums Produced by Lee Townsend Watch Bill's "First Look" interview with Don Was:
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Blue Note Records 24h
Replying to @WilkinsImmanuel
That message lands even harder in 2020, as America reckons with the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, three unarmed Black people who died at the hands of whites. Listen to "Omega" by :
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Replying to @WilkinsImmanuel
“Most people are familiar with Ferguson and so it inspires an interest to look into Mary Turner to see that both of these stories are American traditions in a way," says . "It’s painting a picture of how the lynching of Black people is still going on today.”
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Blue Note Records 24h
On his remarkable debut album "Omega," Immanuel Wilkins presents two powerful pieces — "Mary Turner - An American Tradition" and "Ferguson - An American Tradition" — that represent the horrific lynching of a pregnant Black woman in 1918 and the murder of Michael Brown in 2014.
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Bill Frisell Aug 12
Spread the word & tune in! Bill will be playing 'Valentine' on vinyl in its entirety straight from his living room...come hang!!
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Blue Note Records Aug 13
60 yrs ago in 1960 was in Van Gelder Studio recording "Shades of Redd." Hear "Blues-Blues-Blues" on Freddie Redd, piano Jackie McLean, alto saxophone Tina Brooks, tenor saxophone Paul Chambers, bass Louis Hayes, drums
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Blue Note Records Aug 13
.'s "Jazz Classics Blue Note Edition" traces the evolution of the label over the past 8 decades from Early Jazz thru Bebop, Hard Bop, Post-Bop, Soul Jazz, Avant Garde, R&B Fusion, and into the vibrant sounds of now. This is :
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Blue Note Records Aug 12
"Tom Cat" (1964) :: Hear McCoy Tyner's piece "Twilight Mist" on our "Night Dreamer" playlist ::
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Bill Frisell Aug 12
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