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Exclusive stream: Supertramp’s Carl Verheyen, “Bloody Well Right” (2014)

Exclusive stream: Supertramp’s Carl Verheyen, “Bloody Well Right” (2014)

A brilliant reimagining of a song you probably thought you knew inside and out.

Exclusive stream: Elizabeth Shepherd, “What’s Happening” from Signal (2014)

Exclusive stream: Elizabeth Shepherd, “What’s Happening” from Signal (2014)

She will change your perceptions of what a “jazz vocalist” in this day and age means.

Exclusive advance stream: Marco Minnemann, “Soul Dance” from EEPS (2014)

Exclusive advance stream: Marco Minnemann, “Soul Dance” from EEPS (2014)

You’ll never think of Marco Minnemann the same way again.

Something Else! exclusive stream: Terje Lie, “You Know” from Bright Moments (2014)

Something Else! exclusive stream: Terje Lie, “You Know” from Bright Moments (2014)

Summer time is here and we could go for a sunny groove, right? Cue up the sounds of beach-lovin’, LA-based Norwegian saxophonist Terje Lie.

Something Else! exclusive premiere: Intelligent Music Project II, with Joseph Williams, Simon Phillips and John Lawton (2014)

Something Else! exclusive premiere: Intelligent Music Project II, with Joseph Williams, Simon Phillips and John Lawton (2014)

Joseph Williams and Simon Phillips worked together in Toto for four years.

Something Else! exclusive stream: Michael Dease, “Roppongi” from Relentless (2014)

Something Else! exclusive stream: Michael Dease, “Roppongi” from Relentless (2014)

Michael Dease’s big band take on “Roppongi” breathes new life into this little-noticed Randy Brecker gem.

Exclusive video premiere: Robben Ford, “Poor Kelly Blues” from A Day In Nashville (2014)

Exclusive video premiere: Robben Ford, “Poor Kelly Blues” from A Day In Nashville (2014)

Ford’s deep dive into his own record collection revealed a stone-cold classic.

Exclusive video premiere: Neville Staple, “Roadblock” from Ska Crazy (2014)

Here’s an exclusive sneak peek at the video for “Road Block” from the forthcoming solo album by Neville Staple, ex-singer with the Specials ska revival group.

Exclusive stream: Mehmet Ali Sanlikol, “What’s Next?” (2014)

The pianist, composer, conductor and ethnomusicologist Mehmet Ali Sanlikol knows a lot about music from around the world, be that British prog rock or traditional Ottoman music that’s connected to this Bursa, Turkey native’s ancestry. But he fell in love with jazz as a teen

Exclusive stream: Helen Sung, “Brother Thelonious” from Anthem For A New Day (2014)

Exclusive stream: Helen Sung, “Brother Thelonious” from Anthem For A New Day (2014)

A past winner of the Mary Lou Williams Piano Competition, Helen Sung knows her way around eighty-eight keys, and after five well-received albums, this NYC residing, Houston, Texas native is bringing her talents to the Concord Music label.