MyVinyl presents First Wind - the multifaceted jazz album by percussionist Frank Ricotti and guitarist Mike de Albuquerque recorded in 1971. The album alternated between experimental rock-influenced jazz and thoughtful adaptations of work by James Taylor, John Sebastian and Melanie Safka, with some surprising blues diversions too, such as Albuquerque’s...
Africa - Live At The Carnegie Hall 1971 is a fantastic live performance from Alice Coltrane – and one that features a very heavy-hitting group, one that features both Pharoah Sanders and Archie Shepp on tenor, in a spirit that's as strong and righteous as Alice's Ptah The El Daoud album!
Here Comes Shuggie Otis is the debut album by guitarist and songwriter Shuggie Otis, released when he was only 18 years old. Produced and arranged by his father, Johnny Otis, the set features nine original cuts co-written by the pair. The album is evenly divided between vocal tunes and instrumentals. It was this effort that earned him the title of “child...
Boogie Angst proudly presents Music Ruined My Life, the brand new instrumental LP from Rotterdam-based artist and producer Moods. Dropping in the wake of front runner singles 'Talk About It' and 'Music Saved My Life', the Dutchman’s notorious fusion of soul, R&B, and alternative influences takes a whole new dynamic courtesy of his first fully live...
Gare Du Nord's fifth album Love For Lunch consists of more of their relaxing lounge music, for which they became famous in the early zero's. The album is a perfect blend of jazz, funk, soul and blues music. Italian singer Dorona Alberti is the true star on this record.
Originally released in March 2007, Sex 'n' Jazz, starring Marvin Gaye, Paul Carrack and Erik Truffaz, immediately captured the public's attention and became an overnight success for Dutch groove jazz band Gare du Nord. Tracks like "Marvin & Miles", "You're My Medicine" and "Beautiful Day" would become instant classics and kick started a new jazz pop...
Wairunga finds Fat Freddy’s Drop digging deep to debut five songs and revisit two classics captured in an outdoor performance sans audience but with wild weather elements playing an important creative role in producing this unique live album.
Matthew Halsall's Salute to the Sun: Live at Halle St Peter's documents a very special concert recorded at the iconic Manchester venue during lockdown.
Lance Ferguson's Rare Groove Spectrum is a collection of newly recorded versions of classic funk, soul, jazz and latin vinyl rarities, which features some of Melbourne's finest musicians across the album, including past and present members of The Bamboos, The Putbacks and Hiatus Kaiyote.
Hand on the Torch is the debut album by British jazz-rap group US3. It received much attention because of its mix of jazz and rap, using live jazz musicians. All samples used on the album are from old Blue Note classics: the most famous being Herbie Hancock's "Cantaloupe Island", used on the track "Cantaloop (Flip Fantasia)".
Water is the debut studio album by American jazz musician Gregory Porter. It was released under the Motéma Music label on May 11, 2010. This recording from jazz vocalist Gregory Porter, produced by Kamau Kenyatta, is billed as a program of songs based on themes of love and protest.
Double vinyl LP pressing of this collection from the acclaimed Brazilian arranger, songwriter, producer and musician Deodato. His U.S., debut album, Prelude (featuring Billy Cobham, Stanley Clarke and John Tropea), brought him international success, chiefly due to his new arrangement of 'Also Sprach Zarathustra'.
Repress! Promises is an extraordinary, collaborative album by the electronic giant Floating Points and saxophone titan Pharoah Sanders. The album features the London Symphony Orchestra and cover art by the acclaimed American artist, Julie Mehretu. Five years in the making, it will be released on Luaka Bop, March 26, 2021.
Minoru Muraoka (born Muraoka Fukuo; 1924 in Miyakonojo – January 2, 2014) was a popular Japanese shakuhachi player. Playing in a jazz fusion style, Muraoka released many albums, both as a solo artist and with several groups, including Zen, the New Dimension Group and the Minoru Muraoka Orchestra.
Black Radio III is an album by Robert Glasper, released in 2022. Black Radio III includes a.o. the following tracks: “In Tune”, “Shine”, “It Don't Matter”, “Heaven's Here” and more. The jazz album is available in the following configurations: 2-LP, High Quality