Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue remains one of the greatest works of art in modern history.
Album reviews of “Back to Back” and “Side by Side,” two collaborative LPs by Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges.
One of Duke Ellington’s most famous concerts proves why modern music wouldn’t exist without his trailblazing innovations.
Jazz in Silhouette is Sun Ra’s most accessible album, thus making it a perfect entry point for newcomers to his music.
Do you like cowboy movies? If so, then you’ll love this Marty Robbins LP.
Duke Ellington’s soundtrack to Otto Preminger’s 1959 film.
While Elvis served in the U.S. Army in 1959, RCA Victor released three compilation LPs back home to curb fans’ appetites.
One of the best-selling jazz albums of all time. But does it deserve to be?
Did Duke Ellington ever make a bad album?
Recorded in 1957 but released in 1959, “Newk’s Time” was the last LP before the legendary saxophonist’s self-imposed, three-year exile.
It wouldn’t be a stretch to rank Moanin’ as one of the best performed jazz albums of all time.
While New York, N.Y. isn’t one of Russell’s most inventive recordings, it’s still a worthy addition to his adventurous catalogue.