The New York Times reports that the reissue label is in talks with the National Jazz Museum to release music from the William Savory collection on CD.
Mosaic Records will release a set of Rivers' 1970s New York City jazz loft recordings this autumn.
Releases both historic and modern that grabbed the attention of Night Lights' ears over the past year.
Another release in the offing from Mosaic features the late-1970s, 80s, and mid-90s recordings of saxophonist Henry Threadgill.
Mosaic Records will have a collection of mostly-unreleased Crosby recordings out in time for the holidays.
Mosaic Records has a Shaw set in the works--plus updates on Ellington and Jamal.
A friend writes to pass along the good news: Mosaic Records is still planning on doing a 1930s Duke Ellington Columbia big-band set.
This program includes a 1953 interview with Miles Davis, recorded several years before the trumpeter damaged his voice.
Mosaic Records has announced a forthcoming 3-CD Select set of saxophonist John Handy’s mid-1960s Columbia recordings, including some previously unreleased material from a 1967 concert performance. Other soon-to-be-issued projects include Louis Armstrong’s 1930s and 40s Decca recordings (March 2009), and a three-CD set of pianist Denny Zeitlin’s mid-1960s Columbia albums (February 2009).
Jazz lovers with a yen for vinyl, take note: Mosaic Records is getting back into the LP business. The limited-edition, jazz-specialty company stopped releasing vinyl versions of their sets years ago, but they’ve taken note of vinyl’s resurgence and decided to return to this particular corner of the marketplace, albeit on a somewhat different scale. In an e-mail sent out today, Mosaic chief Michael Cuscuna highlights the label’s new online vinyl site ( complete with blog) and cites the 2005 LP release of the Thelonious Monk-John Coltrane Carnegie Hall concert as a signal moment for Mosaic’s renewed direction.