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Vinyl Vault — Gary Bartz, “Another Earth”

“Another Earth” will be the Vinyl Vault feature on Tuesday, April 2. It’s a 1969 Milestone release by alto saxman Gary Bartz inspired in equal parts by John Coltrane and…

Vinyl Vault — Joshua Redman Quartet, “Come What May”

The Vinyl Vault features the Joshua Redman Quartet’s 2019 album “Come What May,” released on the Nonsuch Record label. The album showcases the unparalleled musicality and improvisational prowess of saxophonist…

Vinyl Vault — The Siegel Schwall Band, “953 West”

We’ll have a little bit of the blues on the next Vinyl Vault when we feature “953 West” from Chicago blues band The Siegel Schwall Band. The album was released…

Vinyl Vault — Mike Dillon, "Rosewood"

The Vinyl Vault will feature an album from vibist/percussionist Mike Dillon, entitled "Rosewood.” The album was released in 2020 on Royal Potato Family Records. The album is a duo recording…

Vinyl Vault — Eiji Kitamura, “Swing Eiji”

The next Vinyl Vault will feature some swing from Japanese clarinetist Eiji Kitamura and his 1981 Concord Jazz album, “Swing Eiji.” The album is a collection of mostly jazz standards,…

Vinyl Vault — Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, “Winterwood”

More often than not, the Vinyl Vault features albums released in the 1970s and 1980s, the heyday of vinyl. Vinyl Vault features an album recorded in this century! As we…

Vinyl Vault — Illinois Jacquet, “The Blues; That’s Me!”

The next Vinyl Vault will feature the tenor saxophone power of Illinois Jacquet and his album “The Blues: That’s Me!”  Recorded in 1969 and released the following year on Prestige…

Vinyl Vault — Dr. John, "City Lights"

The next time the Vinyl Vault rolls around it will be Fat Tuesday, so we’ll hear some New Orleans inspired music in the form of Dr. John and his 1978…

Vinyl Vault — Jean-Luc Ponty, Imaginary Voyage

Next time on the Vinyl Vault we'll have a fusion classic from French Violinist Jean-Luc Ponty and his 1976 album Imaginary Voyage. Ponty on violin is joined by Daryl Stuermer…

Vinyl Vault — Count Basie, “Kansas City 5”

The next Vinyl Vault will feature some state-of-the-art swing from one of the masters, Count Basie. We’ll hear his 1981 album on Pablo entitled “Kansas City 5.” The album featured…

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