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Recent Releases

Pathways
Artist
Release Date
06/01/10

Paul Beaudry and Pathways is a group of veteran jazz musicians from New York City who have performed world wide and served as cultural ambassadors for the U.S. State Dept. The group's music is based on the jazz and blues tradition (i.e. Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie Hancock) and uses that as a starting point for musical exploration.

Euclid Quartet
Release Date
05/25/10

Euclid Quartet's complete set of string quartets by Bela Bartok, volume 1

billry
Artist
Release Date
05/04/10
h2quartet
Artist
Release Date
04/26/10

Times & Spaces represents a strong group of established and emerging composers who all embody the spirit and the revered aesthetics of American art music. 

Stephan Crumps ROSETTA TRIO
Album
Release Date
04/20/10

"ingenious originals"
The New Yorker

"a low-key marvel"
JazzTimes

"contained soulfulness"
Downbeat

"a title to be savored"
The Village Voice

"bareness in emotion"
NPR

Joe Vincent Tranchina
Release Date
04/13/10

A Jazzheads released World Jazz CD by vocalist Gabriele Tranchina, with songs sung in 6 languages and vocalise, on which Joe Vincent Tranchina is the pianist, main composer, arranger and co-producer. Also featuring Santi Debriano on bass, Bobby Sanabria on drums and co-production, and Renato Thoms on percussion.

Gabriele Tranchina
Release Date
04/13/10

 

Crossing the bridge through music, drawing from the world’s beauty and versatility.

itaikriss
Album
Artist
Release Date
04/08/10

Backed by a hard-grooving rhythm section and stellar special guests Itai Kriss explores the junction of swinging Hard-bop, caribbean rhythms and funky beats in the first record as a leader from the virtuoso flutist and composer.

Cady Finlayson Vita Tanga
Release Date
04/08/10

EP of duo arrangements with violin/guitar and electric guitar.

HJS
Artist
Release Date
03/23/10

MacDonald’s crisp, tight, and totally animated big band takes us through a delightful sojourn of his finely tuned and toned original compositions! The musical drama here is certainly expressive and the syncopation exciting and effective! MacDonald's effort is appropriately broad, massive and in a word... Imposing.