MUSIC MEDIA, WEEK OF 07-24-2017

MUSIC MEDIA 100À and rising / Incognito.
At the Cafe Bohemia. Vol. 2 / the Jazz Messengers.
Back on the case / Acoustic Alchemy.
The best of Fattburger / Fattburger.
Beyond cool / Lucky Peterson.
California cooking!.
The complete Capitol recordings. v. 1 / Art Tatum.
Cornucopia / Stanley Jordan.
Dancing with tigers / Tom Borton.
Deliverance / Jonathan Butler.
Do I ever cross your mind / George Howard.
Don’t smoke in bed / Holly Cole Trio.
El camino / Hilton Ruiz.
Empty suits / all music composed and arranged by Bobby Previte.
Every one of us / Ray Anderson.
Eyes of wonder / Kim Pensyl.
Handful of blues / Robben Ford and the Blue Line.
Harry James.
The Hoops McCann Band plays the music of Steely Dan.
In other words / the Teodross Avery Quartet.
Initial approach / Richard Elliot.
Jazz masters 12 / Billie Holiday.
The Jelly Roll Morton centennial : his complete Victor recordings, 1926-30, 1939.
Joyride.
The “Kansas City” sessions / Lester Young.
The man / Clarence Gatemouth Brown.
Masques / Philippe Saisse.
The natural moment / Christopher Hollyday.
No funny hats / Buddy Rich.
Pontius Pilate’s decision / Delfeayo Marsalis.
Porgy and Bess / Cleo Laine and Ray Charles.
Pressure sensitive / Ronnie Laws.
Protosynthesis : jazz classics, classical jazz / Protosynthesis Ensemble.
Re-birth of the cool / Gerry Mulligan.
Revelations / McCoy Tyner.
Sergio Salvatore.
Short stops / Shorty Rogers with his Orchestra and the Giants.
Smokin’ at the Half Note / Wynton Kelly Trio, Wes Montgomery.
So many things
Something like new / Moutin Reunion Quartet.
Speak low / Mark Morganelli and the Jazz Forum All Stars.
Speechless / [all compositions by] Liz Story.
Spirit river / Elements.
Steppin’ out / George Howard.
Stolen moments / produced and arr. by Lee Ritenour.
There’s always one more time / B.B. King.
Tirami su / Al DiMeola Project.
Tominho Horta.
Too marvelous for words.
The treasury of Gary Burton / Gary Burton.
Triop2s / Anthony Davis, James Newton, Abdul Wadud.
What’s inside / Richard Elliot.
When summer comes / George Howard.