1,000 Jazz Albums You Should Hear Before You Die (601-620)

Here is another 20 to add to the list.

Remember that there is no ranking system here, and if you don’t see your favorite jazz album yet, it doesn’t mean it won’t show up.

Every week I will offer up twenty more, in no particular order and with no ranking system or common theme (other than jazz of course).

Hopefully these lists will inspire you to seek some of these albums out that perhaps you haven’t heard before, or revisit an old favorite. And as always, we want your thoughts on any or all of these albums. Either way, let’s get started with this week, and in no particular order, albums 601 through 620.

601. Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers – Horace Silver (Blue Note, 1955)

602. Sacred Music – Duke Ellington (Status, 1966)

603. In the World – Clifford Jordan (P-Vine Records, 1969)

604. Stellar Regions – John Coltrane (GRP Records, 1967 recording date)

605. The Free Slave – Roy Brooks (32 Jazz, 1970)

606. Miles Smiles – Miles Davis (Sony Music Distribution, 1966)

607. The Tree – Dave Liebman (Soul Note, 1990)

608. Blues in Thirds – Earl Hines (Black Lion, 1965)

609. I Feel Like a Newman – Joe Newman (Black Lion, 1956)

610. East Broadway Run Down – Sonny Rollins (GRP Records, 1966)

611. Chicago Sound – Wilbur Ware (Original Jazz Classics, 1957)

612. F-Stops – Craig Harris (Soul Note, 1993)

613. Air Mail Special – Lionel Hampton (West Wind Jazz, 1983)

614. Stratusphunk – George Russell (Original Jazz Classics, 1960)

615. The Magic Touch of Tadd Dameron – Tadd Dameron (Riverside Records, 1962)

616. Unit Structures – Cecil Taylor (Blue Note, 1966)

617. The Cannonball Adderley Quintet in San Francisco – Cannonball Adderley (Riverside/OJC, 1959)

618. Largo – Brad Mehldau (Warner Bros., 2002)

619. Freddie Freeloader – Jon Hendricks (Denon Records, 1990)

620. Take Two – Emily Remler (Concord Jazz, 1982)

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