Miles Davis helped reshape jazz with “Birth of the Cool.” A stunning new reissue shows the full scope of his genius.
In his too-short career, John Coltrane blazed brightly. A new collection from Craft Recordings captures a pivotal period in his career.
Three exceptional vinyl reissues trace early, adventurous directions in “free jazz.” Cecil Taylor, Art Ensemble of Chicago, and Albert Ayler and Don Cherry show us how it’s done.
The Beatles may not have known how to read music, but they sure knew how to work its fundamentals to make hit songs. And they weren’t alone. Learn the secret behind some of the most addictive songs in rock.
He incorporated Miles, Duke, and others into his glorious paean to the human spirit. Take 40 minutes to really listen.