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La-Faithia White's Best Releases of 2020

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Music is the gift that keeps on giving, especially during difficult times. Music also helps us navigate through our busy days and long nights. The artists included in my Best of 2020 list have shared their gifts and talents with these outstanding releases.

Charles Lloyd
Kindred Spirits Live
Blue Note Records


John Coltrane
Giant Steps 60th Anniversary
Atlantic Records


Gregory Porter
All Rise
Blue Note Records


Pat Metheny
From This Place
Nonesuch Records


Joshua Redman Quartet
Come What May
Nonesuch Records


Jeff Cosgrove
History Gets Ahead of Itself
Grizzley Music


Georgia Anne Muldrow
Mama, You Can Bet!
SomeOthaShip Connect


Ron Miles
Rainbow Sign
Blue Note Records


Ella Fitzgerald
The Lost Tapes Of Berlin
Verve Records


Shabaka and The Ancestors
We Are Sent Here By History
Impulse! Records

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