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Jazz Album Reviews

92 Modern Jazz Albums You Need to Listen to

On Learn Jazz Standards I often encourage listening to lots of jazz music. If you aren't listening to the music you simply won't ever...

Greg Fishman “New Journey”

Chicago-based jazz saxophonist Greg Fishman's album "New Journey" is a collection of original music with sparks of imagination. Joining him is his regular Chicago...

Album of the Month – Justin Nielsen’s “Divine Colors”

Justin Nielsen is the consummate jazz educator and professional musician.  You would expect someone with his advanced level of chops and musicality to be...

Coltrane Plays the Blues

This is a great, classic Coltrane album. It's not one of his more well-known albums, but the playing is superb, and it's definitely worth...
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Featured Album: Michael Kocour’s “Spiffy”

"Spiffy" is a brand new album from Phoenix jazz pianist/organist Michael Kocour.  Kocour is the Director of the Jazz Studies program at Arizona State University....

Gilad Hekselman “Homes”

In regards to New York City based jazz guitarist Gilad Hekselman, one thing is abundantly clear: he continues to establish himself as one of...

The Coyote Anderson Quartet “Innervoices”

Learn Jazz Standards is proud to promote the 2015 release of guitarist Coyote Anderson's Innervoices.  Joining Anderson for his debut release as a leader...

Trey Wright’s Songs from Oak Avenue

We haven't promoted new jazz albums on the LJS Blog for a few months now, but we are bringing back our jazz album reviews!...

International Patdown “First Flight”

Purchase this album on Cdbaby herePurchase this album on Amazon herePurchase this album on iTunes hereLearn Jazz Standards.com is proud to promote International Patdown's...

Charlie Austin “Homage”

Charlie Austin's latest album, "Homage," is a very enjoyable take on the classic piano trio.  Canadian jazz pianist Charlie Austin, from Edmonton, AB, is joined by...

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