Anna Borges & Bill Ward – “Receita De Samba” (Female and male Brazilian vocals, from a variety of composers).
Mel Carter – “The Other Standards” (Singer of ‘Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me’ fame, doing a collection of familiar and obscure standards).
Claudia Quintet + 1 Featuring Kurt Elling and Theo Blackman – “What Is The Beautiful?” (Percussionist, leading a quintet with some spoken word, edgy stuff and vocal tracks).
Scott DuBois – “Landscape Scripture” (Guitarist, leading a quartet, in a progressive collection of originals).
Cynthia Felton – “Freedom Jazz Dance” (Female vocalist, doing standards and jazz tunes).
Robert Glasper Experiment – “Black Radio” (Eclectic mix of vocal tracks, hip-hop and rock featuring a variety of vocalists).
Marty Grosz & The Hot Winds – “The James P. Johnson Songbook” (Old school stride and swing, with many vocal tracks).
Joel Harrison/Lorenzo Feliciati – “Holy Abyss” (Quintet, doing a mix of edgy electric originals).
Bucky Pizzarelli – “Challis In Wonderland” (Guitarist, backed by a string section, playing old swing standards).
Cathy Segal-Garcia & Yoonseung Cho – “Bohemian” (Female vocalist, backed by a pianist, doing originals and tunes by Metheny, Sting and others).
Hiroe Sekine – “After The Rainfall” (Pianist, backed by an all-star ensemble, doing originals and jazz tunes).
Matthew Shipp Trio – “Elastic Aspects” (Progressive trio, doing all originals).
Rani Singam – “Contentment” (Female vocalist, backed by an organ/sax quartet, doing originals and standards).
Scott Tixler – “Brooklyn Bazaar” (Violinst, leading a progressive session, doing all originals).
Tolvan Big Band – “Tarantula Suite” (Big band from Scandinavia, doing all originals).
Upper Left Trio – “Ulternative” (Edgy trio work, all originals).
Frank Walton Sextet – “The Back Step” (Older recording, previously unreleased, with a collection of originals and jazz tunes).
Tom Warrington Trio – “Nelson” (Bassist, leading a trio, doing band originals and jazz tunes).