Two Lions / Mack Avenue Music Group Release LP for
On a Clear Day:
The Oscar Peterson Trio – Live in Zurich, 1971
January 27, 2023: Today, Two Lions and Mack Avenue Records released the LP version of On a Clear Day: The Oscar Peterson Trio – Live in Zurich, 1971. The album features eight tracks of never-before-heard performances from legendary Jazz pianist Oscar Peterson, performing alongside bassist Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen and drummer Louis Hayes.
Christian McBride’s 2020 Opus
The Movement Revisited: A Musical Portrait of Four Icons
Available Now On Vinyl for the First Time
January 13, 2022: Today the 8-time GRAMMY® Award winner Christian McBride has released his seminal The Movement Revisited: A Musical Portrait of Four Icons on vinyl, via Mack Avenue Records.
Reissue Label Real Gone Music Releases Funk Band THE METERS: A Message from the Meters—The Complete Josie, Reprise & Warner Bros. Singles 1968-1977 3-LP Set
Here come those holidays, and if you’re like us, you could use some music to put some pep in your step. Enter one of the most beloved releases in our catalog, one that’s been out of print for about five years: THE METERS: A Message from the Meters—The Complete Josie, Reprise & Warner Bros. Singles 1968-1977.
Ladies of SKYY Announce the Salsoul Records Re-Release of SKYY’s Classic Album SkyyLine
The Ladies of SKYY are excited to announce the re-release by Salsoul Records of SKYY’s
classic certified gold album ‘SkyyLine’.
Salsoul Records recently launched the Disco Essentials vinyl series, re-introducing the classic
hits from its catalogue of soul, disco, and funk artists that listeners grew to love from the 70s
PLEASURE’S LONG OUT-OF-PRINT CLASSIC JOYOUS
RETURNS TO VINYL EXCLUSIVELY THROUGH JAZZ DISPENSARY’S COVETED TOP SHELF SERIES
Produced by soul-jazz legend Wayne Henderson (The Jazz Crusaders), the 1977 LP blends party-ready funk delicacies with soulful sonic voyages, including “Dance to the Music” and the frequently sampled Top 40 R&B hit “Joyous”
Los Angeles, CA (December 1, 2022)─Jazz Dispensary proudly announces the latest release in its acclaimed Top Shelf series, Pleasure’s long out-of-print classic Joyous.
ACOUSTIC SOUNDS, VERVE/UMe’s ACCLAIMED AUDIOPHILE VINYL REISSUE SERIES, TO DELIVER MORE DEFINITIVE PRESSINGS OF SOME OF THE LABEL’S BEST-KNOWN JAZZ ALBUMS AS IT ENTERS ITS THIRD YEAR
RELEASES SCHEDULED FOR 2022 INCLUDE CLASSIC RECORDS FROM BILL EVANS, COLEMAN HAWKINS, DUKE ELLINGTON, ELLA FITZGERALD, JOHN COLTRANE, LOUIS ARMSTRONG, OSCAR PETERSON, PHAROAH SANDERS, AND ROY HAYNES
LOS ANGELES, May 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Since launching in 2020, Verve/UMe’s all-analog vinyl reissue series, Acoustic Sounds, has provided definitive, best-in-class audiophile grade pressings of some of the most important and beloved jazz records of all time, each mastered from the original tapes and produced with the utmost care
Tangerine Records Celebrates 50 years
with two Historic Albums
The 50th Anniversary of
Ray Charles’ landmark recording
A Message from the People
April 4, 2022: Ray Charles’ Tangerine Records has announced that it is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of one of Charles most important and impactful albums; A Message from The People.
UMe REISSUES FIVE CLASSIC UPTOWN RECORDS ALBUMS FROM JODECI, GUY, HEAVY D & THE BOYZ, & CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS
GUY’S THE FUTURE (EXPANDED EDITION), HEAVY D & THE BOYZ’S BIG TYME (EXPANDED EDITION), JODECI’S FOREVER MY LADY (EXPANDED EDITION), JODECI’S DIARY OF A MAD BAND (EXPANDED EDITION), + CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS’ CHANGES (EXPANDED EDITION) AVAILABLE NOW
(March 4, 2022 — Los Angeles, CA) Celebrating one of the most storied labels in R&B and hip-hop, Universal Music Enterprises reissues a suite of five classics from Uptown Records available now.
Like A Picasso, Final Album From Bonnie Pointer, Founding Member Of The Pointer Sisters,
Receives Worldwide Release On Omnivore Recordings On April 8
Expanded edition contains three previously unissued tracks, plus new artwork and liner notes featuring interviews with original contributors
February 16, 2022: Following five releases with her sisters on ABC/Blue Thumb Records (including a Grammy® win in 1975 for the Bonnie and Anita Pointer-penned “Fairytale”), Bonnie Pointer left the group she co-founded and began a solo career.