Sunday, November 29, 2015

Vertigo 6 - the 1996 restoration in 70 mm

Vertigo: Barbara Bel Geddes, James Stewart. Please click to enlarge.
Vertigo in 70 mm. The 1996 restoration by Robert A. Harris and James A. Katz with sound on DTS / Dolby Digital.
A print from Universal Germany by permission from Universal City Studios.
Viewed at Bio Rex, Helsinki (a KAVI 70 mm special screening), 29 Nov 2015.

For the first time I saw a good print of Vertigo. This 70 mm print really is worthwhile, doing justice to the cinematography better than regular 35 mm prints of the same restoration. The image is more solid and the picture is of a high quality. The digital sound is also impressive, but there are the well-known issues of re-recording. For me they are not too jarringly obtrusive.

In July I wrote five articles on Vertigo based on the Bologna screening of the vintage Technicolor print from La Cinémathèque française.

Each time it's different. There was heartfelt laughter in the audience in the dialogue of Scottie: The color of your hair... Judy: Oh, no! Scottie: Judy, please, it can't matter to you. There was applause after the restoration credits. (It would be difficult to applaud right after the thundering final chord of Herrmann's score of the movie proper). The 70 mm image was magnificent at Bio Rex, a cinema perfect for Clint and Bond, and perhaps less so for a deeply personal film like Vertigo. The landscapes looked especially impressive now. Not for nothing is the format called VistaVision. There was always a touristic aspect in Hitchcock.

I now paid more attention to the dream sequence in which Scottie arrives at the open grave of Carlotta Valdes after which we see a silhouette crashing down on the roof of the Mission San Juan Bautista. But the silhouette is that of Scottie instead of Madeleine - visual proof to Robin Wood's thesis that Vertigo is about Scottie's identification of Madeleine as a personification of death.

A detail: in the first sequence of Scottie with Midge there is a demonstration of a new brassiere model with "revolutionary uplift" (see image above). The scene is the first contribution to the film's theme of the construction of the feminine image. Midge and Madeleine wear those things, Judy doesn't.

In my introduction to the screening I mentioned the 150th anniversary of Tristan und Isolde (1865), a turning-point in the history of music where Richard Wagner took the classic-romantic chord concept a step towards an unprecedented psychical tension. The Tristan chord became integrated in Hitchcock's sound of suspense in Vertigo. There is a sound sample of the Tristan chord in Wikipedia. The Wagnerian Liebestod (love death) theme is taken to an even more general level in Vertigo's theme of der Todestrieb (the death drive).

I also mentioned that having seen the Bologna screening of Vertigo last summer I have been thinking about Vertigo when Jean Sibelius's The Swan of Tuonela is playing. Madeleine in Vertigo is Hitchcock's swan of Tuonela. (Tuonela is the Land of Death). *

I argued that Vertigo is about an illusion which prevents us to face reality, and also about an illusion that leads us to discover another reality.

* Erik Tawaststjerna's magisterial Jean Sibelius biography in five volumes starts with the coincidence of Sibelius being born in the same year when Tristan und Isolde had its premiere. Wagner became a challenge which also Sibelius had to face but which he chose to bypass.

OUR PROGRAM NOTE BY HEIKKI NYMAN BEYOND THE JUMP BREAK

Friday, November 27, 2015

Setsuko Hara remembered

Setsuko Hara in Kurosawa's The Idiot (Hakuchi), based on Dostoevsky, in a role based on Nastassya Filippovna.
Setsuko Hara, the great star of the Japanese screen, died in early September, but I first read about it in Variety two days ago when her death was first announced. The film world does not seem to have noticed her passing yet.

Like Olivia de Havilland and Deanna Durbin in Hollywood and Regina Linnanheimo in Finland Setsuko Hara disappeared totally from public life after the end of her career.

She was born on 17 June, 1920, and died on 5 September, 2015. She started her film career as a teenager during Japan's imperialist era in the 1930s and had her breakthrough in the famous Anticomintern film co-directed by Arnold Fanck (the master of German mountain films) and Mansaku Itami called The Daughter of the Samurai (1937). It ends in a celebration of the life on the "New Earth" of Manchuria (Northeast China) which Japan attacked and occupied in the first prelude to WWII.

After the war Setsuko Hara became a soulful star for Akira Kurosawa, most memorably in The Idiot where she interpreted Dostoevsky's Nastassya Filippovna who perishes tragically in the violent rivalry of Kinji Kameda and Denkichi Akama (Myshkin and Rogozhin).

That was a Shochiku production, and her most immortal roles Setsuko Hara created for Shochiku's master directors Yasujiro Ozu and Mikio Naruse. When Yasujiro Ozu crystallized his film style to his final, mature, reduced form, it started in a film starring Setsuko Hara, Late Spring. With her Ozu created his "Noriko trilogy" (Late Spring, Early Summer, Tokyo Story). Noriko is a modern, intelligent, independent woman who is spiritually capable of transcending the ballast of tradition but remains deferential to tradition and family ties.

Like Ozu himself and like many characters she played Setsuko Hara stayed single and had no children; but she was family-oriented and devoted to her friends.

Although Hideko Takamine was the main actress for Mikio Naruse, Setsuko Hara performed memorably for him, too. In Meshi (Repast, 1951) she played an estranged wife. Yama no oto (Sound of the Mountain, 1954) was a distinguished adaptation of a novel by Yasunari Kawabata. Naruse and Hara collaborated also in Shuu (Sudden Rain, 1956), and Musume tsuma haha (Daughters, Wives, and a Mother, 1960).

In her last Ozu roles Hara played a separated wife (Tokyo Twilight, 1957), a widowed mother (Late Autumn, 1960), and a widowed daughter-in-law (The End of Summer / "Autumn for the Kohayagawa Family", 1961). After Ozu's death in 1963 Setsuko Hara retired from public life.

Saturday, November 21, 2015

My jazz record of the week project


At Digelius: a record launching concert by Hans Olding-Jaska Lukkarinen Quartet. Hans Olding (gtr), Karl-Martin Almqvist (tenor sax), Mattias Wellin (bs), Jaska Lukkarinen (dr). Please do click to enlarge!

Digelius Music. Laivurinrinne 2, 00120 Helsinki, +358 9 666375, info@digelius.com – A world class jazz record store since 1971. CEO: Ilkka "Emu" Lehtinen. Wikipedia article on Digelius in English. The store is at the Viiskulma (the Five Corners) where five streets meet, easily accessible by foot, tram, or bus. There is even a taxi station right by the store.

Last year instead of buying a Friday wine bottle from Alko I decided to switch into purchasing a Friday jazz record from Digelius.

I am a jazz ignoramus, and happy to take advantage of the situation. I now get to hear the all-time great jazz records for the first time selected by Emu himself.

There is no system in the selection. There are classics (Miles Davis: Kind of Blue), spiritual discoveries (John Coltrane: Crescent), inspired tributes (Amarcord Nino Rota produced by Hal Willner), and Nordic gems (Jan Johansson: Jazz på svenska, Juhani Aaltonen & Henrik Otto Donner: Strings). A record that I would never have found otherwise is Duke Ellington 1940 the double lp. They say Ellington's instrument was his orchestra, in which each player was an individual. In 1940 his orchestra was perfect.

The realm of jazz is vaster than I knew, and there is no end in sight in this project.

2014
22.8. Charlie Parker: Great Quartets & Quintets
29.8. Charlie Parker: A Studio Chronicle (5 cd)
5.9. Eddie Condon: Jam Session Coast-to-Coast (Eddie Condon and His All Stars / Rampart Street Paraders)
12.9. Bill Evans Trio: The Village Vanguard Sessions
19.9. Charlie Haden: The Ballad of the Fallen
26.9. Louis Armstrong: Hot Fives and Sevens (4 cd)
3.10. Billie Holiday: Lady Day – The Complete Billie Holiday on Columbia 19331944 (10 cd)
10.10. –
17.10. –
24.10. Miles Davis: Kind of Blue
31.10. The Gil Evans Orchestra: Out of the Cool
7.11. The Modern Jazz Quartet: Django
14.11. –
21.11. Charles Mingus: Mingus Plays Piano
28.11. Miles Davis:
– Cookin'
– Relaxin'
– Workin'
– Steamin' (4 separate cd's)
5.12. –
12.12. Sonny Rollins: Saxophone Colossus
19.12. Duke Ellington: Original Album Classics:
– Such Sweet Thunder
– Far East Suite
– "And His Mother Called Him Bill" (3 cd)
26.12. –

2015
2.1. The Best of Chet Baker Sings
9.1. Yusef Lateef: The Blue Yusef Lateef
16.1. John Coltrane: Blue Train
23.1. Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown
30.1. Juhani Aaltonen & Otto Donner: Strings
6.2. The Young Tuxedo Brass Band [Jazz Begins, funeral and parade music]
13.2. –
20.2. The Ben Webster Quintet: Soulville
27.2. Jazz in Polish Cinema (4 cd)
6.3. John Coltrane: Africa / Brass
13.3. –
20.3. –
27.3. Duke Ellington 1940 (2 lp)
+ The Very Best of Duke Ellington (cd)
3.4. Clifford Brown & Max Roach
10.4. Duke Ellington: The Complete Orchestral Suites
– Creole Rhapsody
– Black, Brown and Beige
– Nutcracker Suite, etc. (5 cd)
17.4. M. A. Numminen: Swingin kutsu
24.4. Lester Young: Jammin' the Blues
30.4. John Coltrane: Crescent
8.5. –
15.5. Keith Jarrett:
– Fort Yawuh
– Death and the Flower (2 cd)
22.5. B. B. King: From the Beginning (2 lp)
29.5. Dexter Gordon: Gettin' Around
5.6. Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers: Moanin'
12.6. –
19.6. Charles Mingus:
– Black Saint and the Sinner Lady
– Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus
26.6. Ornette Coleman:
– The Shape of Jazz to Come
– Change of the Century
– This Is Our Music
– Free Jazz
– Ornette! (a box of 5 cd's)
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14.8. Jan Johansson: Jazz på svenska
21.8. Various artists: Amarcord Nino Rota (lp, prod. Hal Willner)
29.8. Steve Lacy with Don Cherry: Evidence
4.9. Barry Harris Plays Tadd Dameron
11.9. Art Tatum Ben Webster The Album (1956)
18.9. Meet Betty Carter and Ray Bryant
25.9. Eric Dolphy: Out to Lunch
2.10. –
9.10. –
16.10. Anita O'Day:
– Trav'lin' Light
– Waiter, Make Mine Blues
23.10. Wynton Kelly Trio & Wes Montgomery: Complete Live at the Half Note (2 cd)
30.10. Herbie Hancock: Takin' Off
6.11. Charlie Haden:
– Études
– Old and New Dreams
– A Tribute to Blackwell
– Silence
– First Song (5 cd)
13.11. Art Pepper: The Art of the Ballad
20.11. Sonny Rollins: The Bridge
27.11. The Oscar Peterson Trio: We Get Requests
5.12. Carla Bley, Andy Sheppard, Steve Swallow: Trios
12.12. –
19.12. Stanley Turrentine with The Three Sounds: Blue Hour. The Complete Sessions. Master Takes
23.12. Steve Lacy: Solos Duos Trios (6 cd).
– Only Monk
– More Monk
– Sempre amore
– Communiqué
– The Flame
– The Window

2016
2.1.  New Thing! (2 cd) (Maulawi, Art Ensemble of Chicago, Sun Ra, Paris Smith, Travis Biggs, Rashied Ali & Frank Lowe, Archie Shepp, Hannibal & Sunrise Orchestra, Amina Claudine Myers, Alice Coltrane, Lloyd McNeill, East New York Ensemble, Robert Rockwell III, Eddie Gale, Stanley Cowell, Steve Davis)
8.1. Donald Byrd, Kenny Burrell:
– All Night Long
– All Day Long (2 cd)
15.1.  Sun Ra and His Arkestra:
– Jazz in Silhouette
– Sound Sun Pleasure!!
22.1.  Miles Davis: Ascenseur pour l'échafaud
29.1.  Art Pepper Meets The Rhythm Section
5.2.  The Roland Kirk Quartet:
– Rip, Rig, and Panic
– Now Please Don't You Cry, Beautiful Edith
11.2.  Lee Morgan: Candy (1957)
18.2.  Ben Webster, Harry Edison: Complete Sextet Studio Sessions (4 albums:
– Sweets [1956]
– Some of My Favorites [1957]
– Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good To You [1957]
– Songs for Hip Lovers [1957] (2 cd)
26.2.  Duke Ellington: New Orleans Suite (1970)
4.3.  The Gary Burton Quartet:
– Duster (1967)
– Country Roads & Other Places (1969) (two albums on one cd)
11.3. –
18.3.  Stan Getz: Sweet Rain (1967)
25.3. –
2.4.  Chick Corea: Return to Forever (1972)
9.4.  Lee Morgan: The Sidewinder (1963)
15.4.  Back to Back: Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges Play the Blues (1959) special cd with nine bonus tracks
22.4.  Erik Lindström Sextet: No Money No Music (1975)
29.4.  Ray Charles: Genius+Soul=Jazz. Complete 19561960 Sessions with Quincy Jones (3 albums:
– Genius+Soul=Jazz [1960]
– The Genius of Ray Charles [1959]
– The Genius Hits the Road [1960]
and the Quincy Jones sessions from The Great Ray Charles [1956] and The Genius After Hours [1956]) (2 cd)
6.5.  Side by Side: Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges plus others (1959)
13.5.  Jacques Loussier, Christian Garros, Pierre Michelot: The Original Play Bach Vols. 1 & 2 (1959, 1960) (two albums on one cd)
20.5.  Django Bates: Belovèd Bird (2010)
27.5.  Mal Waldron: Moods (1978)
3.6.  Charles Mingus: Blues & Roots (1959)
10.6.  Sonny Rollins: A Night at the Village Vanguard (1957) (2016 2 cd reissue with bonus tracks)
21.6.  Cecil Taylor: Silent Tongues (1974)
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6.8.  Carola & Heikki Sarmanto Trio (recorded 1966, published 2004)
13.8.  Christian Schwindt Quintet: For Friends and Relatives (1966) (2011 cd issue with three bonus tracks)
20.8.  The Dave Brubeck Quartet: Time Out (1959)
27.8.  John Coltrane: My Favorite Things (1961) lp
3.9.  Red Garland Trio: Groovy (1957) RVG: remastered by Rudy Van Gelder (19242016) in 2008
10.9.  Miles Davis: Miles Smiles (1967) lp
17.9.  Tommy Flanagan Trio: Overseas (1957) lp
24.9.  Cannonball Adderley: Somethin' Else (1958) cd RVG: remastered by Rudy Van Gelder in 1998
30.9. –
7.10. –
14.10. Tomasz Stańko: Balladyna (1978)
22.10.  The Essence of Louis Armstrong (Phontastic, Sweden, 1987) lp: A 1: Reminiscin' with Louis 1947, 2: Cake Walking Babies (1925), 3: St. Louis Blues (1925, Bessie Smith), 4: Sugarfoot Stomp, 5: Heebie Jeebies, 6: Big Butter and Egg Man (1926), 7: Hotter Than That (1927), 8: West End Blues (1928), 9: Muggles (1928), B 1: Just a Gigolo (1931) *, 2: Evn'tide (1936), 3: Darling Nellie Gray (1937), 4: Struttin' with Some Barbecue (1938), 5: I Double Dare You (1938), 6: Jeepers Creepers (1939), 7: Some Day (You'll Be Sorry) (1947), 8: Mack the Knife (1955).
28.10. –[Dylanology]
4.11. –
12.11. –
19.11.  Django Reinhardt: Vol. 6: 1940: Nuages
26.11.  Sinikka Oksanen – Antero Stenberg: Radio Sessions 19591966 (Artie Music 2005)
3.12.  Charles Lloyd: Forest Flower, live at Monterey
9.12. – [Dylanology]
16.12. –
23.12.  Albert Ayler: Goin' Home

2017
30.12.
7.1.
13.1.  Dollar Brand Quartet: Africa – Tears and Laughter (1979) (lp)
20.1.  Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus (1961) (lp)
27.1.  Miles Davis: Bitches Brew (1970) (2 cd)

4.2.  Duke Ellington: Piano Reflections (1953)
11.2.  Duke Ellington and His Orchestra: In a Mellotone (tracks from 1940–1942, compilation by Nat Hentoff in 1956)
17.2.  John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman (1963)
24.2. –
3.3. –
10.3. –
17.3. –
25.3.  Eero Koivistoinen: For Children (1970) (2007 lp reissue)
1.4.  The Mahavishnu Orchestra with John McLaughlin: The Inner Mounting Flame (1971)
15.4.  Billie Holiday: 5 Original Albums (5 cd, 2016)
– Lady Sings the Blues (1956)
– Body and Soul (1957)
Songs for Distingué Lovers (1957)
– Stay with Me (1958)
– All or Nothing at All (1958)
21.4. Miroslav Vitouš: The Bass (1972)
28.4. –
5.5. –
13.5.  Joe Henderson: Page One (1963) The Rudy Van Gelder Edition 1999
15.7.  Kenny Dorham: Jazz Contrasts (1957)
18.7.  Freddie Redd: Six Classic Albums (4 cd, 2013)

– Introducing Freddie Redd (1955)
– The Music from The Connection (1960)
– Shades of Redd (1960)
– Gene Ammons: All Star Sessions (1956)
– Howard McGhee: The Music from The Connection (1960)
– Rolf Ericson and His American Stars (1956)
24.7.  John Coltrane: Ballads (1962)

John Coltrane: Impressions (1963)
John Coltrane: Live at Birdland (1963)
John Coltrane: Ascension (1965)
John Coltrane: Meditations (1966)
4.8.  Lee Konitz: Very Cool (1957) lp
12.8.  John Coltrane: Coltrane "Live" at the Village Vanguard (1962)
19.8.  Fats Waller: The Joint Is Jumpin' (compilation made in 1987)
26.8.  Thelonious Monk: Genius of Modern Music: Volume 1 (1951) (2001 reissue, Rudy Van Gelder)
26.8.  Thelonious Monk: Genius of Modern Music: Volume 2 (1952) (2001 reissue, Rudy Van Gelder)
2.9.  The Booker Ervin Sextet: Heavy!!! (1967) (1998 cd reissue with a bonus track)
12.9.  Jazz on Film: Biopics (6 cd, covering 10 soundtrack albums)
– The Gene Krupa Story (1959) with Gene Krupa
– The James Dean Story (1957) Johnny Mandel & Bill Holman version with Chet Baker, Bud Shank
– The Five Pennies (1959) with Red Nichols
– St. Louis Blues (1958) with Nat "King" Cole, Eartha Kitt, Cab Calloway, Ella Fitzgerald, Mahalia Jackson
– The Eddy Duchin Story (1956) with Carmen Cavallaro
– The Glenn Miller Story (1954) with Louis Armstrong, Barney Bigard, "Trummie" Young
– Young Man with a Horn (1950) with Harry James, Hoagy Carmichael, Doris Day
– Pete Kelly's Blues (1955) with Dick Cathcart, Peggy Lee, Ella Fitzgerald
– The James Dean Story (1957) original Leith Stevens score transfer
– The Benny Goodman Story Vol. 1–2 (1956) with Benny Goodman, Harry James, Lionel Hampton, Gene Krupa, Teddy Wilson, Stan Getz
Sunday 22.10. shock news: Emu Lehtinen is dead, at two days' notice of diagnosis.
Selected by Emu, purchased posthumously:
27.10.  Thelonious Monk: Brilliant Corners (1957) selected by Emu
11.11.  Horace Parlan: Up & Down (1961) selected by Emu
18.11.  John Coltrane: Live at the Village Vanguard Again! (1966) selected by Emu
29.11.  John Abercrombie: Timeless (1975) selected by Emu
2.12.  Charlie Rouse: Unsung Hero (1961) selected by Emu
16.12.  Charlie Mingus: Pre-Bird (1960) (1999 re-release) selected by Emu
23.12.  Eero Koivistoinen Quartet: Illusion (2017) not selected by Emu
30.12.  Kenny Burrell: Soulero, incorporating The Tender Gender (1967) selected by Emu

2018
5.1.  Erroll Garner Plays Misty 3 (original recordings 19531954), the last one selected by Emu.
Selected by the Digelius staff after Emu:
13.1.  Riitta Paakki Trio: Riitta Paakki Trio (2000)
13.1.  Peggy Lee: It's a Good Day. Original Recordings 19411950 with Benny Goodman & Dave Barbour (2002) bonus disc selected by myself

20.1.  DDT Jazzband: Vintage (recorded in 1982 at MTV Music Studio, album released in 1995)
– Rick Wahlstein, trumpet
– Fred Andersson, clarinet
– Carl G. Nyman, clarinet
– Raimo Näätänen, trombone
– Christer Sandell, piano
– Pentti Mutikainen, bass
– Pekka Mesimäki, banjo, guitar
– Christian Schwindt, drums
TRACK LISTING:
1. Tiger Rag, 2. Jazz Me Blues, 3. Creole Love Call, 4. Memphis Blues, 5. When I'm On My Journey, 6. Naughty Sweetie (Blues Foxtrot), 7. Rockin' Chair, 8. Working Man Blues, 9. Bourbon Street Parade, 10. Stevedore Stomp.

26.1.  Mikko Innanen & Innkvisitio: Clustrophy (2010)
– Mikko Innanen, alto, baritone and soprano saxophones, Indian wooden clarinet, percussion, whistles, toy instruments
– Fredrik Ljungkvist, tenor and sopranino saxophones, clarinet
– Daniel Erdmann, tenor, baritone and soprano saxophones, toy clarinet
– Seppo Kantonen, synthesizers
– Joonas Riippa, drums, percussion, pocket trumpet

3.2.  Severi Pyysalo: Autumn Leaves – Severi Comes (1982)
– Pentti Mutikainen, bass– Christian Schwindt, drums
– Ilpo Murtojärvi, guitar– Severi Pyysalo, vibraphone, producer, arranged by

10.2.  Heikki Sarmanto featuring Art Farmer & Bertil Lövgren: Many Moons – July '69 (live recordings) (recorded 1969, double cd released 2009)
DISC ONE
– Bertil Lövgren, trumpet
– Juhani Aaltonen, alto saxophone
– Esa Pethman, tenor saxophone, flutes, piccolo
– Heikki Sarmanto, piano
– Teppo Hauta-Aho, bass
– Matti Koskiala, drums
DISC TWO
– Art Farmer, trumpet
– Heikki Sarmanto, piano
– Teppo Hauta-Aho, bass
– Matti Koskiala, drums

17.2.  Olli Ahvenlahti: The Poet (1976)
Bass – Pekka Pohjola
Composed by, Arranged by – Olli Ahvenlahti
Cover [Painting] – Kari-Juhani Tolonen
Drums, Percussion – Esko Rosnell
Layout – Jorma Auersalo
Percussion – George Wadenius, Tommy Körberg
Photography By – Timo Kelaranta
Piano, Electric Piano, Organ, Synthesizer – Olli Ahvenlahti
Producer – George Wadenius
Recorded By – Christer Berg
Soprano Saxophone – Pekka Pöyry
Tenor Saxophone – Eero Koivistoinen
Trombone – Bertil Strandberg
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Markku Johansson

24.2.  Grazing in the Grass: The Best of Hugh Masekela
3.3.  Edward Vesala Sound & Fury: Nordic Gallery
7.4.  Verneri Pohjola Quartet: Ancient History (2012)
14.4.  The Five Corners Quintet featuring Mark Murphy: Chasin' the Jazz Gone By (2005)
21.4.  Eero Koivistoinen Kvintetti & Sekstetti: Odysseus (1969)
28.4.  Ilmiliekki Quartet: March of the Alpha Males (2003)
19.5.  Keep It Light: A Panorama of British Jazz: The Modernists (3-cd) (2017)
9.6.  Cool Europa: European Progressive Jazz in Germany 1959–63 (cd [also on 2-lp] (2017)
4.8  Nicole Willis & UMO Jazz Orchestra (2017)
11.8.  Antõnio Carlos Jobim: Wave (1967. Van Gelder Studios. Conductor: Claus Ogerman. Bass: Ron Carter. Drums: Bobby Rosengarden. Flutes: Jerome Richardson. Trombones: Urbie Green, Jimmy Cleveland)
18.8.  Sinatra / Jobim: The Complete Reprise Recordings (original recordings 1967, 1969, this compilation 2010)
25.8.  Olli Ojajärvi Trio: Out of Mind (rec. 2007, rel. 2009)
1.9.  Manuel Dunkel: A Step Forward (2009)
12.11.  Juhani Aaltonen Trio: Mother Tongue (2003)
18.12.  Nancy Wilson/Cannonball Adderley (1961)
29.12.  Timo Lassy: Moves (2018)

2019
NB. I got as a Christmas present a 8 cd Anthony Braxton box set of his Black Saint and Soul Note records, not part of the Digelius project.
NB. I listened to the complete weekly Yle Finnish Broadcasting Corporation series of jazz radio discoveries from week 52/2018 till 25/2019. My weekly jazz quota was filled.

5.1.  Pepa Päivinen & Good Romans: Felix Culpa (2018)
14.8. Getz / Gilberto (1964)
24.8.  Alder Ego: II (2018)
31.8. Paul Desmond: Desmond Blue (1962)
14.9.  Gil Evans: The Individualism of Gil Evans (1964)
21.9.  Don Cherry: Complete Communion (1965)
49/2019  Tord Gustavsen Trio: The Ground

50/2019  Keith Jarrett, Charlie Haden, Paul Motian: Hamburg '72

Jazz Record of the Week 50/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 50/2019
Keith Jarrett, Charlie Haden, Paul Motian: Hamburg '72

Jazz Record of the Week 49/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 49/2019
Tord Gustavsen Trio: The Ground

Jazz Record of the Week 40/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 40/2019
Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool (Soundtrack Playlist to the 2019 movie)

Jazz Movie of the Week 39/2019

Jazz Movie of the Week 39/2019
Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool (the movie)

Jazz Record of the Week 39/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 39/2019
Don Cherry: Complete Communion

Jazz Movie of the Week 38/2019

Jazz Movie of the Week 38/2019
Sophie Huber: Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2019
Gil Evans: The Individualism of Gil Evans

Jazz Record of the Week 35/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 35/2019
Paul Desmond: Desmond Blue

Jazz Record of the Week 34/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 34/2019
Alder Ego: II

Jazz Record of the Week 33/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 33/2019
Getz / Gilberto

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 25/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 25/2019
Dizzy Gillespie Big Band, Helsinki Jazz Festival, 1968

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 24/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 24/2019
Miles Davis Quintet at Messuhalli, Helsinki 1964 and Archie Shepp - Bill Dixon Quintet at Helsinki Conservatory 1962

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 23/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 23/2019
Sarah Vaughan & Her Trio + Gary Burton Quartet, Helsinki Jazz Festival 30.10.1967

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 22/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 22/2019
Lee Konitz & Bill Evans trios and Lennie Tristano solo Helsinki Jazz Festival 1965

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 21/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 21/2019
Dave Brubeck Quartet (1966) and Gerry Mulligan Quartet (1962) Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 20/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 20/2019
Zbigniew Namyslowski Quartet, Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki 30.9.1966

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 19/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 19/2019
Martial Solal Trio, Hanken, Helsinki 4.12.1967

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 18/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 18/2019
Charles Lloyd Quartet, Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki 28.4.1966

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 17/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 17/2019
Miles Davis Quintet, Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki 1.11.1967

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 15/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 15/2019
Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki 12.2.1962

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 14/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 14/2019
Cannonball Adderley Quintet, Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki 11.4.1961

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 13/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 13/2019
Quincy Jones Orchestra, Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki 29.8.1960

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 12/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 12/2019
Lionel Hampton Orchestra, Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki 12.9.1966

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 11/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 11/2019
Thelonious Monk Quartet Kulttuuritalo 17.2.1964

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 10/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 10/2019
John Coltrane Quartet Kulttuuritalo 20.11.1962

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 9/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 9/2019
John Coltrane Quintet feat. Eric Dolphy Kulttuuritalo 22.11.1961

Jazz Record of the Week 9/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 9/2019
Anthony Braxton: Composition No- 173

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 8/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 8/2019
The Modern Jazz Quartet & Laurindo Almeida, Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki 6.4.1964

Jazz Record of the Week 8/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 8/2019
Anthony Braxton: Eugene (1989)

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 7/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 7/2019
Dizzy Gillespie Quintet, Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki 17.11.1965

Jazz Record of the Week 7/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 7/2019
Anthony Braxton: 4 (Ensemble) Compositions 1992

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 6/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 6/2019
Count Basie and His Orchestra Kulttuuritalo 25.4.1962

Jazz Record of the Week 6/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 6/2019
Anthony Braxton: Six Monk's Compositions (1987)

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 5/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 5/2019
Horace Silver Quintet, Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki 12.10.1962

Jazz Record of the Week 5/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 5/2019
Anthony Braxton: Five Compositions (Quartet) 1986

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 4/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 4/2019
Ella Fitzgerald & Tommy Flanagan Quartet, Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki 1.4.1963

Jazz Record of the Week 4/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 4/2019
Anthony Braxton: Six Compositions (Quartet) 1984

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 3/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 3/2019
Oscar Peterson Trio feat. Clark Terry, mod. Norman Granz, Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki 23.3.1965

Jazz Record of the Week 3/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 3/2019
Anthony Braxton: Four Compositions (Quartet) 1983

Jazz Record of the Week 2/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 2/2019
Max Roach & Anthony Braxton: Birth and Rebirth

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 1/2019

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 1/2019
Duke Ellington Orchestra, Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki 5.2.1963 Second Concert

Jazz Record of the Week 1/2019

Jazz Record of the Week 1/2019
Pepa Päivinen & Good Romans: Felix Culpa

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 52/2018

Jazz Radio Discovery of the Week 52/2018
Duke Ellington Orchestra, Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki 5.2.1963 First Concert

Jazz Record of the Week 52/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 52/2018
Timo Lassy: Moves

Jazz Record of the Week 51/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 51/2018
Nancy Wilson/Cannonball Adderley

Jazz Record of the Week 46/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 46/2018
Juhani Aaltonen Trio: Mother Tongue. Cover art by Juhani Linnovaara

Jazz Record of the Week 36/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 36/2018
Manuel Dunkel: A Step Forward

Jazz Record of the Week 35/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 35/2018
Olli Ojajärvi Trio: Out of Mind

Summer record of 2018

Summer record of 2018
Sinatra/Jobim: The Complete Reprise Recordings

Jazz Record of the Week 33/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 33/2018
Antônio Carlos Jobim: Wave

Jazz Record of the Week 32/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 32/2018
Nicole Willis & UMO Jazz Orchestra: My Name Is Nicole Willis

Jazz Record of the Week 24/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 24/2018
Cool Europa. European Progressive Jazz in Germany 1959-63

Jazz Record of the Week 21/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 21/2018
Keep It Light: A Panorama of British Jazz: The Modernists (3-cd)

Jazz Record of the Week 18/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 18/2018
Ilmiliekki Quartet: March of the Alpha Males (art by Lars-Gunnar Nordström)

Jazz Record of the Week 17/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 17/2018
Eero Koivistoinen Kvintetti & Sekstetti: Odysseus

Jazz Record of the Week 16/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 16/2018
The Five Corners Quintet featuring Mark Murphy: Chasin' the Jazz Gone By

Jazz Record of the Week 15/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 15/2018
Verneri Pohjola Quartet: Ancient History

Jazz Record of the Week 10/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 10/2018
Edward Vesala Sound & Fury: Nordic Gallery

Jazz Record of the Week 9/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 9/2018
Grazing in the Grass: The Best of Hugh Masekela

Jazz Record of the Week 8/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 8/2018
Olli Ahvenlahti: The Poet

Jazz Record of the Week 7/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 7/2018
Heikki Sarmanto feat. Art Farmer & Bertil Lövgren: Many Moons - July '69 (live recordings)

Jazz Record of the Week 6/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 6/2018
Severi Pyysalo: Autumn Leaves - Severi Comes

Jazz Record of the Week 5/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 5/2018
Mikko Innanen & Innkvisitio: Clustrophy

Jazz Record of the Week 4/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 4/2018
DDT Jazzband: Vintage

Jazz Record of the Week 3/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 3/2018
Riitta Paakki Trio: Riitta Paakki Trio

Jazz Record of the Week 3/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 3/2018
Peggy Lee: It's a Good Day. Original Recordings 1941-1950 with Benny Goodman & Dave Barbour

Jazz Record of the Week 2/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 2/2018
Erroll Garner Plays Misty 3 (1953-1954)

Jazz Record of the Week 1/2018

Jazz Record of the Week 1/2018
Kenny Burrell: Soulero (inc. The Tender Gender)

Jazz Record of the Week 52/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 52/2017
Eero Koivistoinen Quartet: Illusion

Jazz Record of the Week 51/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 51/2017
Charlie Mingus: Pre-Bird

Jazz Record of the Week 49/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 49/2017
Charlie Rouse: Unsung Hero

Jazz Record of the Week 48/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 48/2017
John Abercrombie: Timeless

Jazz Record of the Week 47/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 47/2017
John Coltrane: Live at the Village Vanguard Again!

Jazz Record of the Week 46/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 46/2017
Horace Parlan: Up & Down

Jazz Record of the Week 44/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 44/2017
Thelonious Monk: Brilliant Corners

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017
The Benny Goodman Story Vol. 1+2 (Jazz on Film: Biopics 10)

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017
The James Dean Story (1957) (second soundtrack: Leith Stevens) (Jazz on Film: Biopics 9)

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017
Pete Kelly's Blues (Jazz on Film: Biopics 8)

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017
Young Man with a Horn (Jazz on Film: Biopics 7)

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017
The Glenn Miller Story (Jazz on Film: Biopics 6)

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017
The Eddy Duchin Story (Jazz on Flim: Biopics 5)

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017
St. Louis Blues (1958) (Jazz on Film: Biopics 4)

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017
The Five Pennies (Jazz on Film: Biopics 3)

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017
The James Dean Story (1957) (first soundtrack: Johnny Mandel / Bill Holman) (Jazz on Film: Biopics 2)

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017
The Gene Krupa Story (Jazz on Film: Biopics 1)

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2017
Jazz on Film: Biopics (6 cd's, 10 soundtracks)

Jazz Record of the Week 36/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 36/2017
The Booker Ervin Sextet: Heavy!!!

Jazz Record of the Week 35/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 35/2017
Thelonious Monk: Genius of Modern Music: Volume 2

Jazz Record of the Week 35/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 35/2017
Thelonious Monk: Genius of Modern Music: Volume 1

Jazz Record of the Week 34/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 34/2017
Fats Waller: The Joint Is Jumpin'

Jazz Record of the Week 33/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 33/2017
John Coltrane: Coltrane "Live" at the Village Vanguard

Jazz Record of the Week 32/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 32/2017
Lee Konitz: Very Cool

Jazz Record of the Week 30/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 30/2017
John Coltrane: Meditations

Jazz Record of the Week 30/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 30/2017
John Coltrane: Ascension

Jazz Record of the Week 30/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 30/2017
Coltrane Live at Birdland

Jazz Record of the Week 30/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 30/2017
John Coltrane: Impressions

Jazz Record of the Week 30/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 30/2017
John Coltrane: Ballads

Jazz Record of the Week 29/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 29/2017
Rolf Ericson and His All American Stars (Freddie Redd Six Classic Albums 6/6)

Jazz Record of the Week 29/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 29/2017
Howard McGhee: The Music from The Connection (1960) (Freddie Redd Six Classic Albums 5/6)

Jazz Record of the Week 29/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 29/2017
Gene Ammons: All Star Sessions (Freddie Redd Six Classic Albums 4/6)

Jazz Record of the Week 29/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 29/2017
Freddie Redd Quintet: Shades of Redd (Freddie Redd Six Classic Albums 3/6)

Jazz Record of the Week 29/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 29/2017
Freddie Redd Quartet: The Music from The Connection [1960] (Freddie Redd Six Classic Albums 2/6)

Jazz Record of the Week 29/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 29/2017
Introducing Freddie Redd (Freddie Redd Six Classic Albums 1/6)

Jazz Record of the Week 28/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 28/2017
Kenny Dorham: Jazz Contrasts

Jazz Record of the Week 20/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 20/2017
Joe Henderson: Page One

Jazz Record of the Week 17/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 17/2017
Miroslav Vitouš: The Bass

Jazz Records of the Week 16/2017

Jazz Records of the Week 16/2017
Billie Holiday: All or Nothing at All (5 Original Albums 5/5)

Jazz Records of the Week 16/2017

Jazz Records of the Week 16/2017
Billie Holiday: Stay with Me (5 Original Albums 4/5)

Jazz Records of the Week 16/2017

Jazz Records of the Week 16/2017
Billie Holiday: Songs for Distingué Lovers (5 Original Albums 3/5)

Jazz Records of the Week 16/2017

Jazz Records of the Week 16/2017
Billie Holiday: Body and Soul (5 Original Albums 2/5)

Jazz Records of the Week 16/2017

Jazz Records of the Week 16/2017
Billie Holiday: Lady Sings the Blues (5 Original Albums Box Set 1/5)

Jazz Record of the Week 14/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 14/2017
The Mahavishnu Orchestra with John McLaughlin: The Inner Mounting Flame

Jazz Record of the Week 13/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 13/2017
Eero Koivistoinen: For Children

Jazz Record of the Week 8/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 8/2017
John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman

Jazz Record of the Week 7/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 7/2017
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra: In a Mellotone

Jazz Record of the Week 6/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 6/2017
Duke Ellington: Piano Reflections

Jazz Record of the Week 5/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 5/2017
Miles Davis: Bitches Brew

Jazz Record of the Week 4/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 4/2017
Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus

Jazz Record of the Week 3/2017

Jazz Record of the Week 3/2017
Dollar Brand Quartet: Africa – Tears and Laughter

Jazz Record of the Week 52/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 52/2016
Albert Ayler: Goin' Home

Jazz Record of the Week 49/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 49/2016
Charles Lloyd: Forest Flower, live at Monterey

Jazz Record of the Week 48/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 48/2016
Sinikka Oksanen, Antero Stenberg, Radio Sessions 1959-1966

Jazz Record of the Week 47/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 47/2016
Django Reinhardt Vol. 6: 1940: Nuages

Jazz Record of the Week 43/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 43/2016
The Essence of Louis Armstrong (Phontastic, Sweden, 1987)

Jazz Record of the Week 42/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 42/2016
Tomasz Stańko: Balladyna

Jazz Record of the Week 39/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 39/2016
Cannonball Adderley: Somethin' Else

Jazz Record of the Week 38/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 38/2016
Tommy Flanagan Trio: Overseas

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 37/2016
Miles Davis: Miles Smiles

Jazz Record of the Week 36/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 36/2016
Red Garland Trio: Groovy

Jazz Record of the Week 35/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 35/2016
John Coltrane: My Favorite Things

Jazz Record of the Week 34/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 34/2016
The Dave Brubeck Quartet: Time Out

Jazz Record of the Week 33/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 33/2016
Christian Schwindt Quintet: For Friends and Relatives

Jazz Record of the Week 32/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 32/2016
Carola & Heikki Sarmanto Trio

Jazz Record of the Week 25/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 25/2016
Cecil Taylor: Silent Tongues

Jazz Record of the Week 24/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 24/2016
Sonny Rollins: A Night at the Village Vanguard (1957, 2 cd reissue 2016)

Jazz Record of the Week 23/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 23/2016
Charlie Mingus: Blues & Roots

Jazz Record of the Week 22/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 22/2016
Mal Waldron: Moods

Jazz Record of the Week 21/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 21/2016
Django Bates: Belovèd Bird

Jazz Record of the Week 20/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 20/2016
Jacques Loussier Trio: The Original Play Bach Vols. 1 & 2

Jazz Record of the Week 19/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 19/2016
Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges: Side by Side

Jazz Record of the Week 18/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 18/2016
Ray Charles: Genius+Soul=Jazz. Complete 1956-1960 Sessions with Quincy Jones (Genius+Soul=Jazz, The Genius of Ray Charles, The Genius Hits the Road, and from The Great Ray Charles and The Genius After Hours)

Jazz Record of the Week 17/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 17/2016
Erik Lindström Sextet: No Money No Music

Jazz Record of the Week 16/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 16/2016
Back to Back: Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges Play the Blues

Jazz Record of the Week 15/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 15/2016
Lee Morgan: The Sidewinder

Jazz Record of the Week 14/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 14/2016
Chick Corea: Return to Forever

Jazz Record of the Week 12/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 12/2016
Stan Getz: Sweet Rain

Jazz Record of the Week 10/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 10/2016
The Gary Burton Quartet: Duster / Country Roads & Other Places

Jazz Record of the Week 9/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 9/2016
Duke Ellington: New Orleans Suite

Jazz Record of the Week 8/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 8/2016
Ben Webster, Harry Edison: Complete Sextet Studio Sessions (4 albums: Sweets; Some of My Favorites; Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good To You; Songs for Hip Lovers) (2 cd)

Jazz record of the week 7/2016

Jazz record of the week 7/2016
Lee Morgan: Candy

Jazz Record of the Week 6/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 6/2016
The Roland Kirk Quartet: Rip, Rig, and Panic / Now Please Don't You Cry, Beautiful Edith

Jazz record of the week 5/2016

Jazz record of the week 5/2016
Art Pepper meets The Rhythm Section

Jazz record of the week 4/2016

Jazz record of the week 4/2016
Miles Davis: Ascenseur pour l'échafaud

Jazz record of the week 3/2016

Jazz record of the week 3/2016
Sun Ra and His Arkestra: Jazz in Silhouette / Sound Sun Pleasure!!

Jazz record of the week 2/2016

Jazz record of the week 2/2016
Donald Byrd, Kenny Burrell: All Night Long / All Day Long (2 cd)

Jazz Record of the Week 1/2016

Jazz Record of the Week 1/2016
New Thing! (2 cd) (Maulawi, Art Ensemble of Chicago, Sun Ra, Paris Smith, Travis Biggs, Rashied Ali & Frank Lowe, Archie Shepp, Hannibal & Sunrise Orchestra, Amina Claudine Myers, Alice Coltrane, Lloyd McNeill, East New York Ensemble, Robert Rockwell III, Eddie Gale, Stanley Cowell, Steve Davis)

Jazz Record of the Week 53/2015

Jazz Record of the Week 53/2015
Steve Lacy: Solos Duos Trios. 6 cd: Only Monk, More Monk, Sempre amore, Communiqué, The Flame, The Window

Jazz Record of the Week 52/2015

Jazz Record of the Week 52/2015
Stanley Turrentine with The Three Sounds: Blue Hour. The Complete Sessions. Master Takes

Jazz Record of the Week 49/2015

Jazz Record of the Week 49/2015
Carla Bley, Andy Sheppard, Steve Swallow: Trios

Jazz Record of the Week 48/2015

Jazz Record of the Week 48/2015
The Oscar Peterson Trio: We Get Requests

Jazz Record of the Week 47/2015

Jazz Record of the Week 47/2015
Sonny Rollins: The Bridge

Jazz record of the week 46/2015

Jazz record of the week 46/2015
Art Pepper: The Art of the Ballad

Jazz record of the week 45/2015

Jazz record of the week 45/2015
Charlie Haden, Paul Motian, Geri Allen: Études