Where to get On Pebble Street on Record Store Day

If you're looking to grab a copy of the limited edition Sound Prints 7″ vinyl 45 'On Pebble Street' on Record Store Day on Saturday, April 21st, we're here to help!

First of all, check out the details on the disc on the Record Store Day website here.

Call your local record shop or check here to find participating stores.

Since Record Store Day only has 300 copies available, only those shops that ordered copies will have them in stock. And they often have limited stock, so check ahead before you head out!

To assist with the search, we've got a list of stores that have ordered the record below.

Happy hunting and thanks for supporting recorded music!

United States

Chicago, IL - Dusty Groove
Springfield, IL - Dumb Records
New York, NY - Jazz Record Center
Austin, TX - Waterloo Records
San Francisco, CA - Amoeba
Sacramento, CA- Dimple
Duluth, MN - Electric Fetus

Canada

Montréal, QC - Aux 33 Tours
Montréal, QC - Fréquences Le Disquaire

Europe

London, UK - Rough Trade
Kingston, UK - Banquet Records
Finland - Jet Set Records
Denmark - Phono.dk

Japan

Disk Union
Jet Set Records


New Sound Prints 45 available on Record Store Day!

Record Store Day is an international celebration of record stores that takes place tomorrow, Saturday, April 21.

They are offering “On Pebble Street,” a limited edition Sound Prints 7″ vinyl 45!

The disc features two new tracks that were recorded during the session for the group's recent release, Scandal, and comes on in a groovy emerald green color. Side A is the title track, composed by Joe Lovano, while the B Side is alternate take of "Scandal" composed by Dave Douglas. The disc comes with a download card as well.

Check out the details on the Record Store Day website. You can also find a full list of releases here.

Call your local record shop or check here to find participating stores.

We've put together a list of outlets that have order the disc. Check here for details.


Scandal is out today!

Today we’re releasing Scandal, the second recording from Sound Prints, the quintet co-led by Joe Lovano and Dave Douglas.

The group, which also features pianist Lawrence Fields, bassist Linda May Han Oh and veteran drummer Joey Baron, heads off into swinging, heartfelt and sophisticated new territory inspired by visionary Wayne Shorter. Two of Shorter’s pieces receive special treatment.

The album is available for purchase as a CD and / or digital download. You can order from BandcampiTunes, and Amazon.

You can also stream the album on Spotify and Apple Music.

Check out videos for the tracks The Corner Tavern, Dream State and Ups and Downs.

Greenleaf Music subscribers will now find the full album in their collection for streaming and downloading on Bandcamp. Join us as a subscriber now to gain access to this album along with our entire catalogue and much more.

Sound Prints tours Europe May 5-13 and plays the Village Vanguard June 12-16.


Ryan Keberle & Catharsis 2018 Spring tour dates

Trombonist, composer and bandleader Ryan Keberle takes his Catharsis band on a tour of the US April 14-27.

The ensemble will include saxophonist Scott Robinson and drummer Eric Doob as well as alternating vocalists Sarah Elizabeth Charles and Camila Meza and bassists Jorge Roeder and Matt Clohesy.

They will be performing music from Ryan’s most recent release, Find the Common, Shine a Light, as well as new music for his next Catharsis release.

Check the dates below and get your tickets now.

Details:

April 14 San Francisco, CA | Black Cat SF | Details
April 15 Chico, CA | California State University - Chico | Details
April 16 Arcata, CA | Redwood Jazz Alliance | Details
April 18 Napa, CA | Blue Note Napa | Details
April 19 Los Angeles, CA | The Blue Whale  | Details
April 20 Portland, OR | McMenamins Mission Theater | Details
April 25 Indianapolis, IN | Butler University | Details
April 26 Appleton, WI | Lawrence University | Details
April 27 Chicago, IL | Constellation | Details

You can purchase the Ryan’s latest release on Bandcamp and iTunes.

Check Ryan’s website for more information and updates.


Ups and Downs premiered on WBGO's Take Five!

Thanks to the folks at WBGO for premiering the new video for Ups and Downs from the upcoming Sound Prints album Scandal, which releases worldwide on Friday.

Here's what Nate Chinen had to say about the music:

“Ups and Downs” ... is an especially lyrical Douglas tune from the excellent new Sound Prints album, Scandal. (The album features five compositions by Douglas and four by Lovano, along with a pair of redrawn Shorter classics, “Juju” and “Fee Fi Fo Fum.”) A floating ballad set in motion by a drift of arpeggios, it brings out the tender balladeer in Lovano, and the intrepid gallant in Douglas. All the while, the rhythm section — Joey Baron on drums, Linda May Han Oh on bass and Lawrence Fields, who also crafts a fine solo, on piano — creates the undulating current that makes the track’s title feel descriptively apt.

You can pre-order the album on Bandcamp, iTunes, Amazon to get three tracks instantly.


Sound Prints May European tour dates

Sound Prints, co-led by Joe Lovano and Dave Douglas, is touring Europe in May!

Celebrating the release of the group's second album, Scandal, the group featuring Lawrence Fields, Linda May Han Oh and Joey Baron will play select venues and festivals.

Check out the pertinent details below and get your tickets!

Details:

05.05  Bray, Ireland | Bray Jazz Festival | Details
07.05  Paris, France |  New Morning | Details
08.05  Coutances, France | Théâtre Municipal de Coutances | Details
09.05  Madrid, Spain | Sala Clamores | Details
11.05  Munich, Germany | Jazzclub Unterfahrt
12.05  London, England | Ronnie Scott’s | Details
13.05  Vicenza, Italy | Teatro Olimpico

Scandal is available for pre-order now via iTunes, Amazon and Bandcamp and will be released worldwide on April 6.


New Sound Prints vinyl for Record Store Day

We're excited to announce that we'll be releasing a Sound Prints 7" vinyl 45!

Featuring two additional tracks that don't appear on the group's upcoming CD release Scandal, this limited edition disc on emerald green vinyl will be a special release for Record Store Day on April 21st!

The disc features Joe Lovano's new original "On Pebble Street" as well as an alternate take of the album's title track composed by Dave Douglas.

Check out the details on this release here and find the full list of releases here.

Call your local record shop or check here to find participating stores.

Don't miss your chance to get your hands on this exclusive item. Record Store Day only has 300 copies available!

 


Hear 'The Corner Tavern' from Scandal now!

Today we're releasing the third single, The Corner Tavern, from the upcoming Sound Prints album Scandal!

Check out the behind-the-scenes studio video on Youtube.

When you pre-order the album now on iTunes, Amazon and Bandcamp and you’ll receive three tracks instantly!

You can also stream three tracks via Spotify.

The group is co-led by saxophonist Joe Lovano and trumpeter Dave Douglas, and includes pianist Lawrence Fields, bassist Linda May Han Oh and drummer Joey Baron.

The album will be released worldwide on April 6! Look for tour dates in the US and Europe to be announced soon!


UPLIFT Update from Dave Douglas

Every Town is the third track released on this new series. Really hoping folks will subscribe and check out this new music. I will be printed on CDs at the end of the year and by subscribing, you will get one. As well as hearing each track as it is released. The serial release is definitely part of the creative vision for this music for me.

UPLIFT brings together my care and concern for our country, with composition and improvisation for a new and bold team of musicians. Joe Lovano plays tenor, clarinet, and flute. Mary Halvorson and Julian Lage play guitars. Bill Laswell plays bass. Ian Chang plays drums and electronics. It was recorded and mixed by longtime Greenleaf associate Tyler McDiarmid.

This is a full on new studio release for me and I couldn’t be more proud. What’s more, it addresses social issues that I feel are of paramount importance. It’s my small way of doing my part, and pointing in the direction of organizations doing crucial work. We can’t get discouraged. There is too much work to do. Won’t you join me in supporting:

NAACP
Brennan Center
ACLU
National Committee on Pay Equity
My Brother's Keeper Alliance
NY Common Pantry
Everytown.org
AnaGraceProject.com
MomsDemand

More music and more topics to come in the months ahead. Thank you.
Dave