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HERBIE HANCOCK'S "MAIDEN VOYAGE" TURNS 50

In the headstrong jazz year 1965, lots of players were screaming “Look what I can do!” trying to grab attention by any contrived means possible. Herbie Hancock’s Maiden Voyage represents...

JAMIE CULLUM'S SPONTANEOUS "INTERLUDE"

“The impetus to do this record was the joy of collaboration and exploration,” says Jamie Cullum. “I didn’t know what it was going to be, but I loved this band, loved this producer,...

WAYNE SHORTER "ETCETERA"

Etcetera has become such a notable signpost because it emblemizes an aspiration that Shorter stated in 2003, while traveling in Europe with his present quartet in the aftermath of the U.S. invasion...

HORACE SILVER'S CLASSIC "SONG FOR MY FATHER" TURNS 50

While Song for My Father as a whole perfectly captured the Silver aura of his Blue Note days, the title melody, which was recorded 50 years ago on October 26, 1964, made jazz history. With Silver’s...