Thursday, July 10, 2008

Miles From India - Our July Sale Begins

Savings For a Hot & Jazzy July
Maceo Parker, a Miles Davis tribute and the latest release from E.L.B. headline this month's jazz sale, which stretches across 8 labels! Click the logos below for each label's complete catalog.

Miles From India Sound ClipsTSQ: Miles From India
"Any fan of Miles Davis’ music, especially those who enjoy the music he created from around the time of In a Silent Way to the end of his incredible life, will not want to miss Miles From India. This improbable-seeming 2-CD set is packed with timeless compositions and jaw-dropping virtuosity."

More From Times Square Records
Freddie Hubbard: On the Real Side
Trilok Gurtu: Izzat
Peru Negro: Zamba Matato

A Trio Becomes A Quartet Sound ClipsE.L.B
"Dream Flight retains all that made [the first] E.L.B. such a compelling listen, while demonstrating the growth one would hope to hear in the intervening years... The addition of Guillaume gives Dream Flight greater breadth, but it's the chemistry shared by Erksine, LĂȘ and Benita that drives the disc."
More From ACT Music-Vision
Fresu, Galliano, Lundgren: Mare Nostrum
Huong Thanh/Nguyen Le: Fragile Beauty
Nils Landgren Funk Unit: Licence to Funk

Maceo Parker: Roots & Grooves Sound ClipsTLC: Maceo Parker
"From the first swinging blasts behind Parker's horn on "Hallelujah I Love Her So," "big" is the operative word... This double set was an instant classic. [Ray Charles] was not the only genius who loved company - Parker, too, has a blast working with one of the hippest big bands in the world." -All Music Guide

More From Telarc

Hiromi's Sonicbloom: Beyond Standard
Saxophone Summit: Seraphic Light
Diane Schuur: Some Other Time
Monty Alexander Trio: Music of Tony Bennett

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