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Blue Note Records 11h
Stay cool this weekend with the greatest hits from the coolest label in Jazz... Blue Note: Classic Hits
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Blue Note Records 13h
60 years ago today on July 20, 1959, Rudy Van Gelder recorded as the 1st Blue Note session in his newly built studio in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, a room that would become a temple of jazz creation. Stream “Ike Quebec: The Finest”
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Blue Note Records Jul 19
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On August 9, the exact 25th Anniversary of the album's original release, we'll be releasing a new Blue Note 80 Vinyl Edition (2LP, 180g) of "Hand Jive" which will be the 1st time the full 10-track album will be available on vinyl. Pre-order:
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Blue Note Records Jul 19
In 1993, guitarist teamed with jazz-funk pioneer & sax great Eddie Harris, Larry Goldings (keys), Dennis Irwin (bass), Bill Stewart (drums) & Don Alias (perc.) to lay down his soul jazz opus "Hand Jive." feat. 10 groove-based Sco originals including “Do Like Eddie.”
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Blue Note Records Jul 19
You can dive in even deeper here!
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Blue Note Records Jul 19
Jason Moran's "JAMO Meets SAMO" and Don Byron's "Basquiat" included in this interesting feature by Evan Haga about Jean-Michel Basquiat & Jazz:
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Blue Note Records Jul 19
Thank you ! Check out the incredible Blue Note 80th Anniversary feature in their September issue! Visit to find out more about what we're up to this year!
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Blue Note Records Jul 18
Now available digitally: 's 1963 album "Shoutin'!" Hear his tune "Movin' Out" on : Don Wilkerson, tenor saxophone Grant Green, guitar John Patton, organ Ben Dixon, drums
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Blue Note Records Jul 18
Softly as a Summer Breeze! Hear B3 legend 's airy performance of the standard "It Could Happen To You" featuring guitarist Kenny Burrell & drummer Philly Joe Jones on the July edition of , our monthly mix of :
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Blue Note Records Jul 18
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Ah, understood, and thanks for letting us know we'll look into it!
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BlueNoteFilm Jul 18
We’re playing this weekend at in PASADENA (Sat: Q&A w Sophie Huber) and are opening in AUSTIN ( ) and DETROIT ( ) on Friday!
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Blue Note Records Jul 18
Read the feature on organist 's great 1969 album "Blue Mode" & get our new all-analog 180g Blue Note 80 vinyl reissue:
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Blue Note Records Jul 18
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Hi Kevin, it should be, try this:
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Blue Note Records Jul 18
"Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes" () showing this weekend in Detroit, Austin & Pasadena! : July 19-24 : July 19-21 : July 20-21 The documentary gets a DVD, Blu-ray & digital release Sept. 6:
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Blue Note Records Jul 18
Are you Ready for Freddie? Read our Spotlight feature on the great trumpeter 's brilliant 1961 album: Hear his stunning performance of "Weaver of Dreams" on the July edition of :
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Blue Note Records Jul 17
Vibraphonist 's serene ballad "Summer Nights" from his 1966 album "Stick-Up!" is the perfect vibe for a balmy July evening. Hear it on , our monthly mix of :
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Norah Jones Jul 16
Just announced, Norah will be joining and for the first Harvest Moon Gathering benefitting and . Tickets go on sale Friday, July 19 at 10am PT.
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Blue Note Records Jul 17
OUT NOW: a new all-analog 180g vinyl reissue of 's funky 1969 album "Blue Mode" Produced by Francis Wolff the date include the organist's grooving tunes “Bus Ride” “Orange Peel” & “Blue Mode” + covers of “Knock On Wood” & “Twenty-Five Miles.”
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Blue Note Records Jul 17
has classic cuts from legends like Art Blakey & Freddie Hubbard, more recent tracks from Jason Moran & Joel Ross, & hidden gems from our catalog like "Weird Valley" from saxophonist 's little-known 1956 album "Patterns In Jazz"
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