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Resonance Records
A Non-Profit Jazz Label With a Mission.
Devoted to Preserving Jazz and Discovering the Rising Stars of Tomorrow.

Resonance Records is a program of a California 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, the Rising Jazz Stars Inc., created to discover the next jazz stars - passionate, brilliant musicians from around the world. We assist and support them through recording, performance opportunities and distribution of their art. Every Resonance CD and DVD is produced without compromise, to create and preserve our artists' jazz legacy.
NY Times
The New York Times (Dec. 20, 2016)
"Jazz Recordings With a Sense of History and Discovery" by Nate Chinen Read article here

"Resonance doubles down on the collector's ideal of album-as-artifact. That meticulous conviction... has helped move the label from a roguish upstart to a leader in its field."
- The New York Times, Nate Chinen.

Dennis Coffey

Hot Coffey In The D: Burnin' at Morey Baker's Showplace Lounge
Available as a Deluxe CD - January 13, 2017

UNHEARD LIVE ALBUM FROM MOTOWN GUITAR LEGEND DENNIS COFFEY, RECORDED IN DETROIT IN 1968
Dennis Coffey

Features organist Lyman Woodard (Martha Reeves & the Vandellas) & drummer Melvin Davis (Smokey Robinson, Wayne Kramer)

Includes extensive 56-page book of liner notes with archival photos; essays by producers Zev Feldman and Kevin Goins; plus interviews with Coffey, Melvin Davis, original recording co-producer Mike Theodore, music industry icon Clarence Avant and Motor City soul singer Bettye LaVette.

Plus original album cover art by Detroit-native cartoonist/illustrator Bill Morrison (The Simpsons, Futurama) READ MORE!




The Three Sounds feat. Gene Harris

Groovin' Hard: Live at The Penthouse 1964-1968
Available as a Deluxe CD - January 13, 2017

The Three Sounds feat. Gene Harris

Never-Before-Issued Album by The Three Sounds Featuring Gene Harris Recorded Live at Seattle's Legendary Penthouse Jazz Club

Includes 20-Page Book with Rare Photos and Essays by Producers Zev Feldman & George Klabin, Seattle Radio Personality Jim Wilke and noted jazz journalist Ted Panken
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