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Entries in Bobby Hutcherson - Somewhere In The Night (2)


Available Now! NEA Jazz Master Bobby Hutcherson Returns with "Somewhere in the Night" on Kind of Blue Records


First Release in Three Years Continues Vibraphonist's

Partnership With Organist Joey DeFrancesco

Streaming Tracks From Somewhere In The Night

New York City is the jazz capital of the world and Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola in Jazz at Lincoln Center is one of the music's greatest venues. On October 10, 2009, over the course of two sold-out sets, legendary vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson recorded what would become Somewhere In The Night. The album, which is being released on Kind of Blue Records on October 16, also features the Joey DeFrancesco Trio -- guitarist Peter Bernstein and drummer Byron Landham as well as its organist namesake.

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Top 50 Jazz Albums for the Week of 15 October 2012 [JazzWeek]

Here are the top 50 jazz albums receiving the most airplay on US/Canadian radio (and internet) stations for the week of 15 October 2012!  

There's a new number one album on the chart this week - Takin' It There by Graham Dechter! New music going on sale this week includes: John McLaughlin's Now Here This, The Fusion Syndicate's eponymous debut album, Bobby Hutcherson's Somewhere In The Night, Nicole Henry's Set For The Season and Wadada Leo Smith/Louis Moholo-Moholo's Ancestors. Enjoy!


  1. GRAHAM DECHTER Takin' It There (Capri)
  2. KURT ELLING 1619 Broadway - The Brill Building Project (Concord)
  3. FRED HERSCH TRIO Live at the Village Vanguard (Palmetto)
  4. CHICK COREA & GARY BURTON Hot House (Concord)
  5. RONI BEN-HUR & SANTI DEBRIANO Our Thing (Motema) 

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