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Philip Booth

16 Dec 2021 1:16 AM | Philip Booth

21 for '21 -- the albums that topped my jazz pile this year
(in alphabetical order)

+ The Baylor Project, Generations (Be a Light)
+ Stephen Bernstein’s Millennial Territory Orchestra, Community Music, Vol. 1: Tinctures in Time (Royal Potato)
+ The Cookers, Look Out! (Gearbox)
+ Chick Corea Akoustic Band, Live (Concord Jazz)
+ Joey DeFrancesco, More Music (Mack Avenue)
+ Kurt Elling feat. Charlie Hunter, SuperBlue (Edition)
+ Orrin Evans, The Magic of Now (Smoke Sessions)
+ Joe Farnsworth, Time to Swing (Smoke Sessions)
+ Gerry Gibbs Thrasher Dream Trios, Songs From My Father (Whaling City Sound)
+ Carlos Henriquez, The South Bronx Story (Blue Engine)
+ Vincent Herring, Preaching to the Choir (Smoke Sessions)
+ Dave Holland, Another Land (Edition)
+ Samara Joy, Samara Joy (Whirlwind)
+ Remy Le Boeuf's Assembly of Shadows, Architecture of Storms (Soundspore)
+ John McLaughlin, Liberation Time (Abstract Logix)
+ Pat Metheny, Side Eye NYC (V1.IV) (Modern)
+ Arturo O’Farrill The Afro Latin Jazz Ensemble, …dreaming in lions… (Blue Note)
+ Chuck Owen and the Jazz Surge Within Us (Summit)
+ Nicholas Payton, Smoke Sessions (Smoke Sessions)
+ Chris Potter There is a Tide (Edition)
+ Nate Smith, Kinfolk 2: See the Birds (Edition)

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