Jazz Abstract Art

Jazz album covers and jazz festival posters featuring abstract art
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"Hank" was one of seven Hank Mobley albums Blue Note recorded with the tenor saxophonist in 1957 alone.

Find a Hank Mobley Sextet - Hank first pressing or reissue. Complete your Hank Mobley Sextet collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.

Blue note records

The jazz enthusiast in your life really needs a collection of covers like this (Freddie Hubbard-Hub-Tones) as found in "The Cover Art of Blue Note Records.

Illustration by HRH King David Drummond

This is a magazine illustration I am working on now. Article is about how we are exposed to music almost every waking hour of the day.

From NPR.org:  une 12, 2009 - In 1959, jazz pianist Dave Brubeck topped the pop charts and shook up the notion of rhythm in jazz with an odd-metered song called "Take Five."    Only trained musicians might understand exactly what gave the Paul Desmond-penned song its flow. It was all in the time signature: five beats to the measure, a departure from more traditional four-four time in jazz. It was cutting-edge and cool — a song millions would scoop up and savor.

The Dave Brubeck Quartet "Time Out" featuring "Take Five" and "Blue Rondo a la Turk"

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