From finger-clicking swingers to lovelorn laments and vehicles for virtuosic improv, the best jazz songs continue to resonate.
Billy Cobham’s debut album, ‘Spectrum’, made the drummer a solo star after leaving the jazz-rock supergroup Mahavishnu Orchestra.
An eclectic album covering many bases, ‘To Be Loved’ proved that Michael Bublé had matured into a bona fide pop star with universal appeal.
Saxophone magus John Coltrane closed his Atlantic account with ‘Olé Coltrane’, a key album that unlocked his later musical explorations.
The best Atlantic Records jazz albums provide an exhilarating journey from sizzling hard bop to revolutionary free jazz.
Bassists traditionally play a supporting role, yet the best basslines of all time have pushed the boundaries of music in their own right.
Beating their own path through music history, the best female drummers have proven they have as much power as the men in the game.
Released between two critical and commercial peaks, the ‘For The Roses’ album finds Joni Mitchell’s artistry continuing to flourish.
For 75 years, Atlantic Records has been home to an array of artists and landmark albums. It is one of the most influential labels in history.
A unique collaboration between Joni Mitchell and Charles Mingus, ‘Mingus’ was the crowning album in an innovative period of creativity.
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