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Vinyl Vault—An Elegant Evening

The Vinyl Vault changes it up with elegance! Actually, the Vinyl Vault is always elegant, but this week it’s slightly moreso as we present George Shearing and Mel Torme and…

Vinyl Vault—Sea Son by Secret Oyster

Jazz, rock, and jazz-rock fusion are all rooted in the United States. But that doesn’t mean musicians from other countries can’t get in on the fun. The Vinyl Vault looks…

Vinyl Vault—Good Stuff

On the Vinyl Vault, it’s a 1978 album from guitarist Grant Geissman entitled “Good Stuff.” The album was released on Concord Jazz and was the first of about 14 albums…

Vinyl Vault—Feels Good to Me

Tuesday, on the Vinyl Vault it’s an album entitled “Feels Good to Me” by drummer Bill Bruford. Released on Polydor in 1977, the record was the first solo album by…

Vinyl Vault—Airto, Touching You...Touching Me

The Vinyl Vault features a 1979 album from Brazilian percussionist Airto entitled “Touching You…Touching Me.” Released on the Warner Brothers label, the album was produced by Airto and overflows with…

Vinyl Vault—Aurora

It’s a Vinyl Vault favorite, “Aurora” by violinist Jean Luc Ponty. Released in 1976, “Aurora” is considered one of Ponty’s best from his Atlantic Records years. This was his second…

Vinyl Vault—We're All Together Again for the First Time

The Vinyl Vault, the fundraiser edition, features a 1972 live album from Dave Brubeck in a quintet setting, “We’re All Together Again for the First Time.” Released in 1973 on…

Vinyl Vault—"Yr." by Steve Tibbitts

It’s guitar nirvana on the next Vinyl Vault when we feature a 1980 release from Steve Tibbitts entitled “Yr.” This was Tibbitts’ second album and was originally released on Tibbitts’…

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…

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