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Storyville Records presents: Volume 23 in the Duke Ellington Treasury Shows series. This double CD contains a series of different radio broadcasts from the Meadowbrook Gardens Café in Culver City, California, and a bonus August 1943 radio broadcast from the famous Hurricane Restaurant in New York City.
Duke Ellington: An Intimate Piano Session contains previously unreleased music from the fingertips of Duke Ellington: A 1972 session with the Duke on solo Piano plus three bonus tracks from 1969.
The Duke Box 2 picks up the story of the great Duke Ellington band in the early 1950s and spans the next twenty years or so of a remarkable output.
The Danish Radio Big Band's Jazzin' Around Christmas gives you ten classics in smooth arrangements and one new tune composed by Mads Mathias. All songs are performed by Danish and international artists.
One of Denmark's most prominent bassists, Jesper Lundgaard formed his own jazz trio in 2004 along with Hans Ulrik (Tenor Sax) and Niclas Knudsen (Guitar). The trio describes their music as a playground where they try out new compositions and pay homage to great icons in the history of Jazz.
This double CD contains a series of different radio broadcasts from the Golden Gate Theatre in San Francisco and the famous Hurricane Restaurant in New York among others.
Martin Goldenbaum is a German singer-songwriter and this is his 2016 EP Aktualisiert.
Caleidoscopia is the Carsten Dahl Experience's fourth album since their formation in 2007. It all began when renowned Danish jazz pianist Carsten Dahl decided to gather some of his favorite musicians from the Danish jazz stage for a line-up in what he called a “spiritual and musical vision pointing in a lyrical direction and towards abstract music”.