Dheepa Chari – “Some New Fashion” (Female vocalist, singing old and new standards).
Dan Cray – “Meridies” (Pianist, leading a quartet in a straight-ahead collection of mostly originals).
Bill Evans – “Dragonfly” (Can only be described as progressive, folk-jazz, mostly vocal tracks).
Alex Goodman Quintet – “Bridges” (Guitarist, doing mostly straight-ahead originals. A couple of adaptations of Classical melodies).
Joel Harrison – “Search” (Guitarist, leading a progressive session of mostly original compositions, along with “Whipping Post” by the Allman Brothers).
Jonny King – “Above All” (Piano trio recording of all edgy, straight-ahead originals).
Esperanza Spalding – “Radio Music Society” (Female vocalist/bassist, with a mostly contemporary set).
Davy Mooney – “Perrier Street” (Guitarist/vocalist, doing all straight-ahead vocal originals [1 instrumental]).
Nick Moran Trio – “Like Now” (Organ/guitar trio, doing all original compositions, except for one Clapton tune).
Dudley Owens/Aaron Wright Band – “People Calling” (Quintet, doing an edgy mix of originals).
Enrico Pieranunzi – “Permutation” (Piano trio, doing a mostly straight-ahead collection of originals).
RJ and The Assignment – “Deceiving Eyes” (Pianist, leading a variety of ensembles in originals, standards and jazz tunes).
Alan Rosenthal – “Just Sayin’” (Straight-ahead piano trio, doing mostly originals).
Marianne Soivan – “Prisoner Of Love” (Female vocalist, doing the Great American Songbook and a couple of jazz standards).
“Throttle Elevator Music” (Intensely progressive trio).
Twopool – “Traffic Bins” (Progressive, pianoless quartet).