Whirlwind Recordings Announces 5x Customer-Voted New Vinyl Reissues: Jensen Sisters, Paul Jackson, City Of Poets (Jason Palmer & Cedric Hanriot), John Escreet & Mike Gibbs


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Exciting news for vinyl fans: Whirlwind Recordings announced (in January) five brand-new reissues of celebrated back-catalog releases, available on LP for the first time.

The new reissues come from a range of artists, featuring releases many customers have requested on LP for some time. The first five all ship in May 2021—look out for more reissues coming later in the year. These limited edition printings are a one-off and limited to 300 copies, making them a unique collector's item, grab them while stocks last.

The full list of releases include:

Paul Jackson: Groove or Die: The late bassist (RIP) and Headhunters star teamed up with Xantone Blacq and Tony Match for this trio release back in 2014. Available for the first time on 12" LP 180g Limited Edition Vinyl.

Ingrid Jensen and Christine Jensen: Infinitude: The Jensen Sisters got together for this release in 2016 based around infinitude – 'the concept of boundless possibility'. Available on 2x 12" Tauple Vinyl in Gatefold Artwork.

Cedric Hanriot and Jason Palmer: City of Poets: American trumpeter Jason Palmer and French pianist/composer Cédric Hanriot’s improvisational concept is centered around Olivier Messiaen’s 7 Modes of Limited Transportation and author Dan Simmons’ acclaimed, four-novel science fiction series Hyperion Cantos. Available on 2x 12" LP 180g Limited Edition Vinyl.

John Escreet: Sabotage and Celebration:pianist John Escreet teams up with David Binney, Chris Potter, Matt Brewer and Jim Black for this, his fifth solo release. Available on 2x 12" LP 180g Limited Edition Vinyl.

Mike Gibbs: Mike Gibbs + 12 play Gil Evans: Gibbs marked Evans' 100th anniversary in 2013 with this specially-recorded album. Available on 2x 12" LP 180g Limited Edition Vinyl in Gatefold Artwork.

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