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List This! A Beginner’s Guide to Blue Note Records

Blue Note, one of the foremost jazz record labels, is celebrating its 75th anniversary with a vinyl initiative, releasing highlights from its massive catalog over the course of two years. Here are some picks to get you started.

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Medeski Martin & Wood @ Blue Note Jazz Festival: 11 June 2011 - New York

The outer orbits of jazz were well represented, and received, Saturday in Central Park as part of the Blue Note Jazz Festival.

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26 Jul 2010 // 9:00 PM

Lionel Loueke: Mwaliko

The African jazz guitarist returns with a series of duets.

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Akira Sakata & Chikamorachie: Friendly Pants

For all of its strength, poise, and extroversion, Friendly Pants does little to create any particular sensation, and instead operates more as a skill showcase for the musicians involved.

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Band pays tribute to Blue Note Records’ 70 years of jazz greatness

The music was cool, sophisticated and unavoidably hip. You could tell just by looking at the cover art of any Blue Note album. The titles

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17 Mar 2009 // 9:00 AM

How do you whittle down 70 years of Blue Note Records to a handful of favorites? Downbeat magazine asked those at the forefront of today’s

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31 Dec 2008 // 12:15 AM

Hubbard’s always energetic, often exhilarating voice speaks for itself, and needs no one to augment or embellish the official record.

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28 May 2008 // 10:00 PM

Tangled Up in Blue Note

"Blue Note" means there's a certain sound to a record, a style that is tight and sharp and funky but also adventurous. If jazz is music to shout about, Blue Note records may be the most shout-worthy of all time.

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Blue Note: A Story of Modern Jazz

Boy-o-boy, did Blue Note dates schwing -- a solid, music-laced documentary about the legendary jazz record label.

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'Wanted' Is a Spaghetti Western That Will Leave You Wanting

// Short Ends and Leader

"The charisma of Giuliano Gemma and some stellar action sequences can't save this sub-par spaghetti western.

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