Robert Bush Best of 2014

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2014 proved a banner year for jazz recordings. Still, two of my favorite discs this year came in the form of previously unreleased material—the Jarrett Trio and Coltrane Quintet cannot be overlooked, in my opinion.

Wadada Leo Smith
The Great Lakes Suites
(Tum Records)

Keith Jarrett, Charlie Haden, Paul Motian
Hamburg '72

John Coltrane
Offering Live at Temple University

Bert Turetzky
Kinetic Conversations
(Move Records AU)

Michael Dessen
Resonating Abstractions
(Clean Feed)

Tony Malaby
Somos Agua
(Clean Feed)

Sara SerpaAndre Matos
(Inner Circle Music)

Jeff Denson,Joshua White
I'll Fly Away

Diane Moser
Music For The Last Flower
(Planet Arts)

Gavin Templeton
Some Spinning, Some At Rest
(Orenda Records)

Dan Rosenboom
Fire Keeper
(Orenda Records

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