New series. 1/3. Jamie Cullum celebrates Blue Note Records - the label that is synonymous with jazz, started in 1939 by German emigre Alfred Lion , with Francis Wolff (and later Reid Miles ) behind the signature look of the stylish and moody LP covers. The label's back catalogue includes Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis , John Coltrane and Herbie Hancock , with Nora Jones a current star. The owners sold the company in the 1960s, and the series covers the label's various eras. ProducerCardPurcell
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