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Jivin' with Joni: The Lost Recordings 1978-1979

Label: April First Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Disc 1: It Goes Like This, Joni I-II-III; Elbow Room; Boogie Woogie Man (Groove 1);Charlie Chatter (1); Joni Replies(1); Screwdriver Monday (Sketch); The Wolf That Lives In Lindsey (Alternate); More Charlie Chatter; Edith and The Kingpin; You're Old Enough To Say Goodnight (False Start); Your Guardian Angel Can't Relax (Demo & Rehearsal Mix); Joni & Charlie. Disc 2: The Whole Outdoor Scene; The Ballad of Toots Banger; Pieces of Wisconsin; Pieces of Wisconsin (End Piece); A Chair In the Sky (demo); Evergreen Eyes (Joni Home Recording); Sweet Sucker Dance (Alternate); God Must be a Boogie Man (Rehearsal & Alternate); Goodbye Pork Pie Hat/ Moanin'/ Woodstock/ Caravan/ All the Things You Could Be By Now If Sigmund Freud's Wife Was Your Mother; You're Old Enough To Say Goodnight. Disc 3: Happy Birthday 1975 (Rap); God Must Be a Boogie Man; Funeral (Rap); A Chair in the Sky; The Wolf That Lives in Lindsey; I's a Muggin'; Sweet Sucker Dance; Coin in the Pocket (Rap); The Dry Cleaner from Des Moines; Lucky; Goodbye Pork Pie Hat.

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Rainy Day Chillin'

Label: April First Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Jimi’s Room Blues 1; Miles Eases In; Tomorrow Maybe; Call McCartney; Jimi’s Room Blues 2; Walking Riverside; If 16 Were 9 Minus 0; Raindy Day Chillin'; Jimi's Blue w/Miles.

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Mike Jurkovic's Best Jazz Albums Of 2022

Read "Mike Jurkovic's Best Jazz Albums Of 2022" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Jazz continues to evolve and win swaths of converts despite what Tik-Tok and a chaotic, crumbling music industry (and world order) might render. These discs, in no particular order and representing no particular form, (ie: bop, free, nu-jazz, house jazz, whatever) are just a small gathering of the many great discs and great ideas the music ...

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Charles Mingus & Joni Mitchell: Jivin' with Joni: The Lost Recordings 1978-1979

Read "Jivin' with Joni: The Lost Recordings 1978-1979" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Looks like a bumper month of archival releases awaits the ever ready Mingus aficionado. First, in late April, 2022, Resonance Records unleashes The Lost Album from Ronnie Scott's. Just in time for Record Store Day (April 23) Candid Records releases a sweetly remastered Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus. Now, in a joint announcement from Jazz Workshop ...

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Boss-A-Nova: Springsteen Plays Jazz

Label: April First Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Nascido Para Correr; Dias de Glória; Dançando no Escuro; Coração Faminto; Estrada Trovão; Cego pela luz; Espírito na noite; Louie Louie.

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Hey Bill, It's Paul From Abbey Road

Label: April First Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Yesterdays; Yesterday; Eleanor Rigby; Within You, Without You; The Mon's Restless Power; That's Alright Mama; Tomato Crankhead; Bluebird; Summertime; Someday My Prince Will Come.

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After Hours

Label: April First Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: How High The Moon; The Best Man; Honky Tonk Train Blues; Smoke Gets In Your Eyes; Your Feet’s Too Big; Dear Old Stockholm; Salt Peanuts; Waltz For Debby; Blue In Green/Nardis.

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Tony and Janis 2 Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama

Label: April First Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Try (Just A Little Bit Harder); Maybe; One Good Man; Good As You Been To This World; To Love Somebody; Kosmic Blues; Little Girl Blue; Work Me, Lord.

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Bill Evans: After Hours

Read "After Hours" reviewed by Ken Dryden


Bill Evans was strictly known as a pianist, though he studied flute throughout college, yet he claimed to have “no chops on the instrument." His only previously known vocal was recorded on a lark at the conclusion of a Monica Zetterlund recording session for Philips, consisting of a playful, hip take of “Santa Claus Is Coming ...

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Bruce Springsteen: Boss-A-Nova: Springsteen Plays Jazz

Read "Boss-A-Nova: Springsteen Plays Jazz" reviewed by Kyle Simpler


Bruce Springsteen is nothing short of a rock legend, but his talent isn't limited solely to “three chords and the truth." During his career, Springsteen has managed to break away and explore different styles. Take, for example, his 1982 album, Nebraska (Columbia), which was something of a departure into the folk music world. Although he continued ...


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