This is johnedwinmason’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. Jazz
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  1. Coin Of The Realm
    by John D'earth
    This is John D'earth at his best as a composer and trumpet player. Tuneful, soulful, lyrical, from beginning to end. Great band, too. Strong solos. Creative grooves.
  2. In a Heartbeat
    by Kerry Politzer
  3. Strayhorn: A Mitchell-Ruff Interpretation
    by The Mitchell-Ruff Duo
    This album deserves to be much better known. Few people outside of the Ellington orchestra have played Strayhorn better than Willie Ruff and Dwike Mitchell. Strayhorn composed "Suite for the Duo" specifically for them during the last months of his life. Because he had little experience writing for the French horn, he worked closely with Ruff while writing it. It shows a side of him as a composer that few people know. A gorgeous album start to finish.
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  4. Shorter Moments - Exploring The World Of Wayne
    by Various Artists
  5. Golden Moments
    by Charles Owens
    by Dezron Douglas
  7. LongGone
    by Joshua Redman Brad Mehldau Christian McBride Brian Blade
  8. Sampa
    by Romero Lubambo
  9. Below The Surface
    by Kerry Politzer
    Mellow. Tuneful. Great grooves. Music that's guaranteed to make you feel better, no matter what your mood.
    by John Patton
  11. Finish The Sun
    by Shane Cooper & MABUTA
    If you like funk in your jazz, with a South African edge, this is the album for you. Great compositions. Brilliant musicians. 10/10.
  12. Did You Tell Your Mother
    by Tete Mbambisa
  13. Life Lessons- Ancestral Outtakes
    by Marc Cary
  14. Life Lessons
    by Marc Cary
  15. After the Night, the Day Will Surely Come
    by Kyle Shepherd
  16. Bach: The Sonatas and Partias for Solo Violin
    by Claudia Schaer
    Glorious playing. Rich, warm violin sound.
  17. Triplicity
    by Jim Rattigan
    Music that whispers more often than it shouts. Brilliant from start to finish. The interplay between the three musicians is fantastic. The improvising is inspired.
  18. Live At KEXP!
    by Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio
    As greasy and funky as cornbread and collard greens. It will put a glide in your stride and maybe a dip in your hip.
  19. Sungbird
    by Helen Sung
  20. The Sound Will Tell You