#InternationalJazzDay: Build a List of Canadian Jazz Albums

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In celebration of #InternationalJazzDay, we’re crowdsourcing a list of Canadian jazz albums; we’ve added a few but we’re counting on you, dear readers, to help us fill it up.  So, pull out those great Canadian jazz records (yes, Canadians as leaders of non-Canadian ensembles count) and add them to the list!  (You can sign up to add directly to the list in Listly, or you can make suggestions via our Facebook page or Twitter feed.)

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#InternationalJazzDay - Albums of Note by Canadian Jazz Artists

To celebrate International Jazz Day, help Team GDW crowdsource a list of Canadian jazz albums that everyone should hear. Canada has produced so many great artists, past and present, and today is the day to celebrate their work!

1

Allison Au Quartet, “Forest Grove”

Apr 29, 2018
2

Amanda Tosoff, “Wait and See”

Apr 29, 2018
3

Brandi Disterheft, “Blue Canvas”

Apr 29, 2018
4

Diana Krall, “The Girl in the Other Room”

Apr 29, 2018
5

Diana Panton, “Red”

Apr 29, 2018
6

Emilie-Claire Barlow, "Seule ce soir"

Apr 30, 2018
7

Holly Cole Trio, “Don’t Smoke in Bed”

Apr 29, 2018
8

Jane Bunnett, “Radio Guantanamo Blues Project - Vol. I”

Apr 29, 2018
9

Maynard Ferguson, “M.F. Horn 4&5: Live at Jimmy's“

Apr 29, 2018
10

Mike Murley, Ed Bickert and Steve Wallace, “Live at the Senator”

Apr 29, 2018
11

Mike Murley, “Two Sides”

Apr 29, 2018
12

Moe Koffman, "The Shepherd Swings Again"

Apr 30, 2018
13

Molly Johnson, “Lucky”

Apr 29, 2018
14

Oscar Peterson Trio, “Night Train”

Apr 29, 2018
15

Robi Botos, “Movin’ Forward”

Apr 29, 2018
16

Rob McConnell, "Mel Tormé, Rob McConnell and the Boss Brass"

Apr 30, 2018
17

Sophie Milman, “Make Someone Happy”

Apr 29, 2018

 

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