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Music Review: Miles Davis – The Definitive Miles Davis on Prestige

Early hard bop classics from the greatest jazz trumpeter. Read More »

Music Review: Thelonious Monk – Monk’s Music

Thelonious Monk's 1957 classic album, Monk's Music, returns in pristine condition. Read More »

Music Review: John Beasley – Positootly!

A dazzlingly rich display of jazz expertise, nominated for a 2011 Grammy Award. Read More »

Book Review: Saxophone Colossus: A Portrait of Sonny Rollins by Bob Blumenthal, Photography by John Abbott

Photographers at all levels of skill will enjoy a close examination of Abbot’s work. Read More »

Music Review: John Coltrane – The Definitive John Coltrane On Prestige and Riverside

A great way to start collecting the music of the saxophone giant. Read More »

Music Review: Jeff Antoniuk and the Jazz Update – Brotherhood

The balance between straightforward jazz and hard bop couldn't be better. Read More »

Music Review: Dave Holland Octet – Pathways

Improvisation within composition, the uncompromisingly inventive Dave Holland Octet stirs Birdland. Read More »

Music Review: John Coltrane – Side Steps

A collection of the master's work as a session player. Read More »

Music Review: Miles Davis & Sonny Rollins – The Classic Prestige Sessions, 1951-1956

A collection of previously released classics. Read More »