French-born jazz composer’s 1956 album, Bonjour Paris, was a stunning declaration of intent by a young composer who would go on to great heights. Sixty years later, it’s still a helluva record.
Perfect music for a cool, fall evening….
Barry White’s side project was formed to allow him to stretch his creative muscles, and in turn, produced this great little number.
This Dutch ensemble does justice to one of master composer John Cage’s final masterpieces.
The debut album by composer Gavin Bryars offered up one of his finest works, as well as one of the most moving tributes to the great disasters of the century.
Get hypnotized by this intoxicating Philip Glass composition for two flutes.
Another helping of gorgeously unclassifiable music from Kamasi Washington’s amazing debut album, The Epic.
We introduce a new regular feature, entitled Night Music, wherein we offer up gentle, relaxing sounds for your daily wind-down.
Walter Murphy was a young musical prodigy, making a name for himself as a talented preteen musician. His talent would lead him to a very brief gig on The Tonight Show, but he really made his name in 1976, when he hit upon the unique notion of blending the trendy contemporary sound of disco with… Read More ›