• Announcing an April 2018 Release: The Savory Collection 1935-1940, limited edition 6-CD Box Set


    If you still haven’t had a chance to hear the sonic treasure that is The Savory Collection, here’s a taste. It’s a historic and fleeting opportunity to own a treasure trove of previously unknown music.

    Mosaic Records presents “The Savory Collection” – six CDs with 108 tracks locked away for more than 70 years and finally available on CD for the very first time anywhere. The recordings are from the personal collection of Bill Savory, a quirky and secretive studio engineer in New York whose day job in the late 1930s and early 1940s was transcribing radio broadcasts for foreign distribution, and whose nighttime passion was turning on the disc recorders to pull in and preserve what was happening in the clubs of New York City and other cities.


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February 7, 2018

The National Jazz Museum in Harlem will be closed on Monday, February 19 during regular visiting hours in observance of President’s Day.  Please join us in the evening for a…

Today In Jazz
February 24

41 years ago today, five musicians led by Keith Jarrett recorded a classic album live at the Village Vanguard. It was called “Fort Yawuh.”