What releases are you looking forward to


Out on Valentine’s Day, the new single by Ese & The Vooduu People, “I Don’t Mind” (streaming, plus downloads of up to 24/96):


Marvin Gaye. You’re The Man.
Lost 1972 album set for release on 29th march



End of April


End of March


Mid March



8th of March


Also on the 8th of March


1st of March


Also 1st of March


1st of March as well


22nd of February


I have my pre-order in for Bob Dylan - Oh Mercy on MOFI as a 2LP 45rpm. I don’t have many MOFI releases but the Ry Cooder paradise and Lunch and the Sinatra - where are you (mono) have been amazingly well done so I can imagine there will be big smiles when I get the Dylan :slight_smile:


There is a rumour coming from Steve Morse that Deep Purple may be doing another album in 2019 followed by a tour. So if proven true I look foward to it.


Indeed that would be interesting…


[quote=“BertBird, post:31, topic:228”]
Beginning of March - very much looking forward to this. Hope to also see her live in the future.
[/quote] Youn Sun Nah

Bert, jazz? Classical? Good cover photo either way.


I know what I will be listening to when I am reading this - published 30 April.
It will help compensate for not being able top get to some of the upcoming European tour


She has so far been jazz, so I guess she will stay their with her new album. She had always also a tendency to cover a couple of other songs in a different context - like Metallica…

My personal styl if that’s your implied question is from light classical to progressive metal…, so broad… while most in jazz, classical and progressive rock…


For us here in the UK, we are indeed wondering what sort of big one is due 29th March.
Either way the day will have some good with a new JC set to listen to.


For 22nd of February…



Kenny Dorham, Trompeta Toccata, coming soon in high resolution blue notes.


I heard a track from Head First by John Turville a couple of weeks ago on radio 3 and have ordered a copy of the forthcoming album.


Tales of America, J. S. Ondara. No idea what this is but it looks interesting. Lovely photograph.
Sort of links in my mind to MITH, Lonnie Holley -

From the old man to the young man …



Mid of March - should be interesting


Wooden Shijjps - Shjips in the Night: Live in San Francisco, June 8, 2018

After 13 years this is their first official live album.

Releasing April 22nd.