Discover: Vinyl Vault

Vinyl Vault—Steve Khan, “The Blue Man”

Next time on the Vinyl Vault, we’ll hear a late 70s fusion classic, guitarist Steve Khan’s “The Blue Man.” Released in 1978 on Columbia records, the album captures the best…

Vinyl Vault—Johnny Hammond “Wild Horses Rock Steady"

The Vinyl Vault gets down with the funky organ of Johnny Hammond and his 1972 session “Wild Horses Rock Steady.” The album was an early release on the Kudu record…

Vinyl Vault—Azymuth's Crazy Rhythm

Next time on the Vinyl Vault, we go to Brazil with the prolific Rio de Janeiro band Azymuth and their 1988 recording on the Milestone label, “Crazy Rhythm.” Throughout most…

Vinyl Vault—Acousticity

Mandolinist David Grisman developed his own musical style which he calls “Dawg Music.” It’s essentially a combination of American Bluegrass and American Jazz. All-American, so to speak. The Vinyl Vault…

Vinyl Vault—The Jan Garbarek Bobo Stenson Quartet, Dansere

The Vinyl Vault brings you “Norwegian Jazz.” The Jan Garbarek Bobo Stenson Quartet was actually split 50-50 between Norwegians and Swedes, but the album was recorded in Oslo in 1975…

Vinyl Vault—Pentangle

The Vinyl Vault travels to jolly ol’ England for music from the band Pentangle. The first and most popular incarnation of the band was active from the mid-1960s to the…

Vinyl Vault—Dave Frishberg: I Can't Take You Nowhere

The Vinyl Vault goes to the quirky side with David Frishberg’s 1987 album “I Can’t Take You Nowhere” released on Fantasy Records recorded live at The Great American Music Hall…

Vinyl Vault—Chick Corea, Again and Again

This Week the Vinyl Vault continues its remembrance of Chick Corea by featuring his 1983 album “Again and Again; The Joburg Sessions” on the Elektra Musician label. Corea passed away…

Vinyl Vault—Chick Corea's Touchstone

The Vinyl Vault remembers Chick Corea with his 1982 album “Touchstone” released on Warner Brothers Records. For this album, Corea assembled a different band for each of the six compositions…

Vinyl Vault—Crusaders 1

Fifty years ago this month, Carole King released her album “Tapestry.” The album ended up selling over 14 million copies and became the soundtrack to many a baby boomers’ adolescence…

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