Joshua Redman, Cécile McLorin Salvant Contribute Tracks to Jazz Foundation of America Benefit Compilation 'Relief,' Out Now

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Joshua Redman and Cécile McLorin Salvant are among the artists to contribute tracks to Relief, a compilation of previously unreleased music to benefit Jazz Foundation of America, out today. Redman's track, "Facts," is from the sessions for his 2018 Nonesuch album Still Dreaming, with cornetist Ron Miles, bassist Scott Colley, and drummer Brian Blade; Salvant performs "Easy Come, Easy Go Blues." Both can be heard here. All net proceeds from Relief will go to JFA's Musicians’ Emergency Fund, which provides direct financial support to musicians in need.

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Joshua Redman and Cécile McLorin Salvant are among the artists to contribute tracks to Relief, a compilation of previously unreleased music to benefit Jazz Foundation of America (JFA), out today. Redman's track "Facts" comes from the sessions for his 2018 Grammy-nominated Nonesuch album Still Dreaming, with cornetist Ron Miles, bassist Scott Colley, and drummer Brian Blade; Salvant performs "Easy Come, Easy Go Blues." You can hear both below.

All net proceeds from Relief will go to JFA's Musicians’ Emergency Fund, which provides direct financial support to musicians in need during a time of uncertainty. Also on the album are tracks from Jon Batiste, Kenny Garrett, Herbie Hancock, Hiromi, IRMA and LEO (Esperanza Spalding and Leo Genovese), Charles Lloyd, and Christian McBride. Relief will be available as a two-LP 180-gram vinyl set, on CD, and digitally. You can get the album at jazzfoundation.org.

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    Joshua Redman, Cécile McLorin Salvant Contribute Tracks to Jazz Foundation of America Benefit Compilation 'Relief,' Out Now

    Joshua Redman and Cécile McLorin Salvant are among the artists to contribute tracks to Relief, a compilation of previously unreleased music to benefit Jazz Foundation of America (JFA), out today. Redman's track "Facts" comes from the sessions for his 2018 Grammy-nominated Nonesuch album Still Dreaming, with cornetist Ron Miles, bassist Scott Colley, and drummer Brian Blade; Salvant performs "Easy Come, Easy Go Blues." You can hear both below.

    All net proceeds from Relief will go to JFA's Musicians’ Emergency Fund, which provides direct financial support to musicians in need during a time of uncertainty. Also on the album are tracks from Jon Batiste, Kenny Garrett, Herbie Hancock, Hiromi, IRMA and LEO (Esperanza Spalding and Leo Genovese), Charles Lloyd, and Christian McBride. Relief will be available as a two-LP 180-gram vinyl set, on CD, and digitally. You can get the album at jazzfoundation.org.

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