2017 will start with a bang thanks to this slate of great new releases! Click the covers for buy links and get listening; you can also scroll down and find all the albums in one roundup for convenience.
Michael Dease – All These Hands (Jan. 6)
Mihaly Dresch Quartet with Chris Potter – Zea (Live) (Jan. 6)
John Abercrombie Quartet – Up And Coming (Jan. 13)
The Three Sounds – Groovin’ Hard: Live at the Penthouse (Jan. 13)
Throttle Elevator Music – Retrorespective (Jan. 13)
Art Hirahara – Central Line (Jan. 20)
Bridges with Seamus Blake – Bridges with Seamus Blake (Jan. 20)
Jeremy Pelt – Make Noise! (Jan. 20)
Matthew Shipp Trio – Piano Song (Jan. 20)
Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau – Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau (Jan. 27)
Jimmy Scott – I Go Back Home (Jan. 27)
Theo Bleckmann – Elegy (Jan. 27)
And here are all the albums in one roundup in case you'd like to share it with your fellow fans!
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