November new releases: Erroll Garner, Keith Jarrett, & more!


News | Oct, 24th 2016

It's not too early to start thinking about your holiday shopping, and luckily November will see its fair share of great new jazz releases. In addition to archival recordings of Errol Garner, we'll be able to listen to new records from Kenny Burrell, Keith Jarrett, and more. Click the covers for buy links and get listening!

Kenny Burrell - Unlimited 1(Nov. 4)


Lee Konitz - Kenny Wheeler Quintet - Olden Times(Nov. 4)


Miroslav Vitous - Ziljabu Nights(Nov. 4)


Nasheet Waits Equality - Between Nothingness and Infinity(Nov. 4)


Wallace Roney - A Place in Time(Nov. 4)


Rich Perry - Mood(Nov. 10)


Clay Giberson - Pastures(Nov. 18)


Various Artists - Jazz Loves Disney(Nov. 18)

Ingrid Laubrock - Serpentines(Nov. 18)


Keith Jarrett - A Multitude of Angels(Nov. 18)


Rudy Royston Trio - Rise of Orion(Nov. 18)


Erroll Garner - Ready Take One(Nov. 25)

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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