That Jazz On-Demand February 2017

By | February 5, 2017

That Jazz On-Demand are the top songs by artists added to the That Jazz playlist and available to purchase from iTunes.com and Amazon.com.

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That Jazz "Buy What You Hear" February 2017

ArtistTitleAlbumPurchase
A.G.N.ZProblem ChildChance Meeting
Bob HolzTake It From MauriceVisions And Friends
Cory Weeds QuintetEmilyIt's Easy To Remember
Emily BearIndigoInto The Blue
George BurtonBrownTruth of What I Am the Narcissist
Gregory Porter; Melody Gardot; Jamie Cullum; Stacey KentGregory Porter When You Wish Upon A Star from PinocchioJazz Loves Disney
Jean Baylor & Marcus BaylorLaugh and Move OnThe Baylor Project (The Journey)
Jo Ann DaughertyUnconditionallyBring Joyamazon
John SteinFour CornersColor Tones
Lawrence WatsonAnother Part of MePrescriptions
Mark WhitfieldPulse Pt. 2Grace
Michael DeaseCreole CountryAll These Hands
Norbert StachelMandelaShades of the Bay
Oui'3The New Girl (Featuring Cleto Escebedo)Occupy Your Mind
Rick BraunWe Don't Talk AnymoreAround the Horn
Sharon Rae NorthLonely NitesSincerely Yours
Sidney JacobsFirst ManFirst Man
Steve SlagleHolidayAlto Manhattan
Takuya KurodaDo They KnowZigzagger
Troy RobertsPickapoppyTales & Tones
Wallace RoneyAround and ThroughA Place In Time

  • AudioFiles: The Inner Mounting Flame
    Go to any hi-fi show this year and you’ll see rooms illuminated by little more than the warm glow of vacuum tubes—the same technology 1950s jazz fans used for their first listen to Saxophone Colossus. Why do audiophiles still love products powered by vacuum tubes, when solid-state gear is smaller, ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2017-05-25
  • Somi: Petite Afrique (OKeh/Sony Masterworks)
    The section of Harlem along and around West 116th Street is known as Little Africa—or, in French, Petite Afrique—a vibrant jumble of African immigrants, their cuisine, their craftsmanship, their struggles, their joys. Though not African by birth—she was born to African parents in Illinois—vocalist-composer Somi was raised from ages 3 ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2017-05-25
  • Coffee And Jazz (with an extra shot)
    I believe that in some ways, coffee—from brewing to drinking—has parallels to playing and listening to jazz. The post Coffee And Jazz (with an extra shot) appeared first on JAZZIZ Magazine. ... read more
    Source: JazzizPublished on 2017-05-25
  • PERFORMANCE / TOUR: Heritage/Evolution: Prism Quartet with Joe Lovano in Philadelphia (June 3) and New York City (June 4)
    Joe Lovano: "My new work, 'Super Sonix,' is inspired by and dedicated to the genius and Third Stream pioneer m: Gunther Schuller, as well as modern jazz master m: Ornette Coleman, both of whom I've been associated with. I also drew from my personal experiences playing within some great saxophone ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2017-05-25
  • RADIO: JazzWeek Radio Chart: May 29, 2017
    All About Jazz publishes the weekly JazzWeek radio chart. Discover new releases, track chart movement, and learn what is being played on jazz radio stations around the United States. Enjoy! TW LW 2W Artist TW LW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks 1 2 1 Diana Krall Turn Up The Quiet ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2017-05-25
  • BIRTHDAY: Jazz Musician of the Day: Wallace Roney
    All About Jazz is celebrating Wallace Roney's birthday today! At a time when much of the Jazz world seems content to simply attempt to recreate the past, trumpeter/composer Wallace Roney follows the true Jazz tradition of utilizing the past to move forward. This has resulted in acknowledgment by the public ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2017-05-25
  • RECORDING: Terry Gibbs: 92 Years Young
    One of the giants of the jazz vibraphone has just released a fabulous new album -- 92 Years Young: Jammin' at the Gibbs House (Whaling Cit Sound). It's a stone-cold swinging killer. Every single track on here is out-of-control great, proving that true beauty never ages. Gibbs's recording career goes ... read more
    Source: All About JazzPublished on 2017-05-25
  • 18th Django Reinhardt Festival Scheduled for July 4-9
    The 18th Django Reinhardt Festival at NYC’s Birdland (315 W. 44th St.) will take place from July 4-9 as the final stop of the Django Festival Allstars summer tour. The festival, which premiered in 2000, focuses on presenting gypsy jazz as developed by Reinhardt and his contemporaries. The Allstars (guitarists ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2017-05-24
  • Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute announces NYO Jazz Program
    Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute has announced the launch of NYO Jazz, a four-week intensive... The post Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute announces NYO Jazz Program appeared first on JAZZIZ Magazine. ... read more
    Source: JazzizPublished on 2017-05-24
  • Drummer Mickey Roker Dies at 84
    Granville William “Mickey” Roker, a bop-influenced drummer with an unerring sense of time who played and recorded with jazz luminaries including Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie Hancock, Sonny Rollins, Art Farmer, Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson, Hank Jones, Bobby Hutcherson, Stanley Turrentine and many others, died on Monday, May 22 according to WBGO. He was ... read more
    Source: Jazz TimesPublished on 2017-05-23

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