Legrand Jazz on Vinyl Impex Reissues Classic Title Featuring Miles Davis

by Jeff Wilson (The Absolute Sound)

Legrand Jazz sold well after its release in 1959. Part of its success had to do with brand loyalty, as the leader of the album, who handpicked the musicians for three different recording sessions and chose and arranged each composition with specific players in mind, was Michel Legrand.… read the full article

Nat King Cole: Destination Moon.

Nathaniel Adams Coles (March 17, 1919 – February 15, 1965), known professionally as Nat King Cole, was an American singer who first came to prominence as a leading jazz pianist. He was widely noted for his soft, baritone voice, which he used to perform in big band and jazz genres and which he used to become a major force in popular music for 3 decades producing many hit songs for Cole.… read the full article

F-35s In Training: How America’s Stealth Fighter Is Getting Ready for a War with Russia

F-35 vs. S-400. 

by Kris Osborn (The National Interest)

Many of the JSF’s combat capabilities are woven into developmental software increments or “drops,” each designed to advance the platforms technical abilities. There are more than 10 million individual lines of code in the JSF system.read the full article

China’s Fighters Are Provoking America’s Allies

How Beijing keeps testing Washington and its allies.

by Seth Cropsey (The National Interest)

On Saturday 30 March, Chinese People’s Liberation Army Air Force dispatched four long-range bombers, electronic jamming and intelligence planes, and two or possibly more fighter aircraft over the international waters of the Miyako Strait, the approximately 175-mile gap between the Japanese islands of Okinawa and Miyako.… read the full article