May 2023

Star Trek Picard Original Series Soundtrack Season 3

This double LP on Sky Blue with White Burst colored vinyl features a full-color gatefold sleeve and inserts, showcasing the incredible score by award-winning British composer Stephen Barton and German Emmy-winning composer Frederik Wiedmann.

Tears For Fears: The Hurting (Half-Speed)

[acf_views view-id=”95″ name=”Artist, Label, Genre”] [acf_views view-id=”117″ name=”Run, Color, Discs”] Description: Tears For Fears’ debut album, The Hurting, hit the shelves on March 7, 1983, quickly climbing to the top of the UK albums chart in its second week. By January 1985, it had achieved platinum status, boasting three Top 5 UK singles: “Mad World,” …

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Miles Davis Quintet: Workin’ With The Miles Davis Quintet

Unquestionably among the finest small ensembles in jazz history, the mid-1950s Miles Davis Quintet boasted an exceptional lineup of Miles Davis (trumpet), John Coltrane (tenor sax), Red Garland (piano), Paul Chambers (bass), and Philly Joe Jones (drums).

Medeski Martin & Wood: Shack-Man

Shack-Man, the groundbreaking 1996 album by the acclaimed trio of John Medeski, Billy Martin, and Chris Wood, took the jazz genre to new heights and won over a whole new audience in the “jam band” scene.

Opeth: Orchid (Limited Gold Vinyl)

Lovingly remastered by renowned engineer Jens Bogren, with guidance from Opeth frontman Mikael Åkerfeldt, each record has been cut at half-speed at the legendary Abbey Road studios by Miles Showell.

Freddie Hubbard: Blue Spirits Blue Note Tone Poet Series

Blue Spirits, the final 1960s studio album from trumpeter Freddie Hubbard for Blue Note, is a bluesy and spirited collection featuring five captivating Hubbard originals such as “Soul Surge,” “Outer Forces,” and “Jodo.”

Gil Evans: Great Jazz Standards Blue Note Tone Poet Series

Gil Evans, the brilliant arranger who had previously collaborated with Miles Davis on Birth of the Cool and Miles Ahead, created two exceptional albums for World Pacific: New Bottle Old Wine (1958) and Great Jazz Standards (1959).

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