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GPS, V2: Orange Afternoons

Dave Douglas, Orange Afternoons. The second volume in the Greenleaf Portable Series. With Dave Douglas, Ravi Coltrane, Vijay Iyer, Linda Oh, and Marcus Gilmore.

GPS, V1: Rare Metals

Dave Douglas, the indefatigably prolific composer, adds five new compositions and a new arrangement of Billy Strayhorn's, Lush Life, to an ever-expanding Brass Ecstasy music book. Free download of Lush Life available at the album page.

Perpetual Motion

Never sounding more confident, McCaslin delves into angular post-bop, blistering polyphonic funk, backbeat-driven R&B, and delicate, ethereal balladry, all without compromising his distinct compositional voice.

A Single Sky

A Single Sky, music for big band. Featuring Douglas with Grammy-winning arranger/conductor Jim McNeely at the helm of the Frankfurt Radio Bigband, this collaboration offers three new Douglas compositions alongside four works from the Douglas songbook reimagined by McNeely.

SF Suite


Seven digital PDF charts for saxophone, brass ensemble, and band from Donny McCaslin's album Declaration.

Spirit Moves [CD+DVD]

The debut recording of his project Brass Ecstasy, Spirit Moves features Douglas alongside Vincent Chancey (French horn), Luis Bonilla (trombone), Marcus Rojas (tuba) and Nasheet Waits (drums) paying homage to the brass instrument with eight new original compositions and three arrangements of classics by Otis Redding, Hank Williams and Rufus Wainwright.


Taking equal inspiration from jazz, western classical music, and lasting modern acts as disparate as the Bad Brains and Ornette Coleman, Clockwise offers a panoramic view of the engaging musical mind of Michael Bates, and will prove to be a watershed for enthusiasts of cutting-edge composition and improvisation.

Recommended Tools

Trenched in free-flowing arrangements with dynamic interplay between the trio of McCaslin, bassist Hans Glawischnig, and drummer Johnathan Blake, this work harkens back to the classic trio recordings of Sonny Rollins and Joe Henderson.

Live at the Jazz Standard [2CD]

Culled from the 6-night, 12-set run at Jazz Standard in NYC, two discs of new compositions, and two 'bonus tracks,' pieces which the live arrangement is significantly different from their studio renderings.