1,000 Jazz Albums You Should Hear Before You Die (781-790)

Here is another 10 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.

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 781 through 790.

781. The Survivor’s Suite – Keith Jarrett (ECM, 1976) CLICK HERE TO BUY

782. A New Perspective – Donald Byrd (EMI Music Distribution, 1963) CLICK HERE TO BUY

783. Liberation Music Orchestra – Charlie Haden (Impulse!, 1969) CLICK HERE TO BUY

784. Change of the Century – Ornette Coleman (Atlantic, 1959) CLICK HERE TO BUY

785. Two Blocks From the Edge – Michael Brecker (Impulse!, 1997) CLICK HERE TO BUY

786. Sonny Rollins Plus 4 – Sonny Rollins (Original Jazz Classics, 1964) CLICK HERE TO BUY

787. The Second John Handy Album – John Handy (Koch Jazz, 1967) CLICK HERE TO BUY

788. The Kicker – Joe Henderson (Milestone/OJC, 1967) CLICK HERE TO BUY

789. Morning Fun – Zoot Sims/Bob Brookmeyer (Black Lyon, 1956) CLICK HERE TO BUY

790. Blossom Dearie – Blossom Dearie (Verve, 1956-1959) CLICK HERE TO BUY

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