Released in 1963 on Columbia Records Format: LP
Released in 2005 on Thrill Jockey Records Recorded 2004 Format: LP
Released in 1967 by Columbia Records Format: LP
Originally released in 1964 on Blue Note Records 2009 Music Matters audiophile pressing Format: LPx2, 45rpm
Released in 1977 on ECM Records Format: LP, white label promo
Information: Released in 1974 on Milestone Recorded on July 7, 1973
Album Information: Originally released in 1964 on Blue Note Records 1975 United Artists Pressing
Released in 1968 on Columbia Records Recorded in 1967 Format: LP
Kamasi Washington and his band The Next Step, pick up where their forefathers and mothers left off by making spiritual jazz that respects the jazz canon without getting stuck in the past. This album ranges from free to groovy to melodic without losing sight of its mission. The inclusion of such a large band, an orchestra, a choir, and even a turntablist allows an infinite, colorful array of tonal and dynamic possibilities.
Album Information: Released on Milestone Records in 1972
“Classic creative bop melodies and golden era beat memories woven into a vibrant new thread of psychedelic soul jazz”
The past, present, and future of jazz converge on this progressive new release from the legendary drummer Jack DeJohnette, who’s played on everything from Miles Davis’ Bitches Brew to albums with Keith Jarrett, Alice Coltrane, Freddie Hubbard, and numerous other masters since the late 60′s. Joining him are two descendants of the classic John Coltrane Quartet, Ravi Coltrane on tenor and soprano sax and Matthew Garrison (son of Jimmy Garrison) on electric bass and electronics. Rather than dwell in the shadows of their fathers, these two have already developed their own powerful and unique voices which are welcome additions to the jazz lineage.