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Vinyl Vault — Freddie King, "My Feeling for the Blues"

Next time on the Vinyl Vault it’s a blues blast with a 1970 album from Freddie King entitled “My Feeling for the Blues.” The album was released on the Atlantic…

Vinyl Vault — Jessica Williams, "Rivers of Memory"

Pianist Jessica Williams passed away on March 12, at age 73 and this week on the Vinyl Vault we’ll remember her by enjoying her album “Rivers of Memory.” This was…

Vinyl Vault — Håkon Graf, Sveinung Hovensjø, Jon Eberson, and Jon Christensen

The Vinyl Vault features some 70s fusion from Norway! We’ll hear a 1977 album entitled “Blow Out,” a release on Compendium Records. The band didn’t have a real name, so…

Vinyl Vault — Lee Morgan, "Take Twelve"

The next Vinyl Vault features a 1962 album from trumpeter Lee Morgan entitled “Take Twelve.” Morgan spent most of his recording career on Blue Note Records, but this one was…

Vinyl Vault — Annette Peacock, "The Perfect Release"

Tuesday, on the Vinyl Vault, we'll hear the 3rd album from Annette Peacock, called "The Perfect Release." It came out in 1979 on the Tomato Record Label. Annette Peacock has…

Vinyl Vault — Barbara Lea, "Lea in Love"

The Vinyl Vault jumps into March with a collection of love songs from singer Barbara Lea and her 1958 album on Prestige entitled, “Lea in Love.” Lea was an active…

Vinyl Vault — Gil Scott-Heron, “Moving Target”

The Vinyl Vault, fundraiser addition, presents a 1982 album from Gil Scott-Heron, “Moving Target.” This was the last of a string of nine albums he recorded for the Arista label…

Vinyl Vault — Freddie Hubbard “Live at the Northsea Jazz Festival”

Some live Freddie Hubbard is on tap this week on the Vinyl Vault as we hear some tracks from a double album on Pablo entitled “Live at the Northsea Jazz…

Vinyl Vault — Best of Passport

Coming up next week on the Vinyl Vault, it’s the Best of Passport. Passport is a fusion band from Germany that started in 1971 and gained most of its notoriety…

Vinyl Vault — Roberta Flack, "Quiet Fire"

The Vinyl Vault goes back to 1971 with Roberta Flack’s third album “Quiet Fire,” a release on the Atlantic record label. The album features one Flack original composition and the…

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