Hifi Pig recently reviewed the really addictive Jazz album The Turn by Jerome Sabbagh which we downloaded from jerome_sabbagh_the_turnHIGHRESAUDIO. You gotta hear the guitar on some of the tracks…I say “you’d be forgiven that you weren’t listening to one of the great rock guitarists helping the jazzsters out whilst his band were off the road.”

Jerome has just personally contacted the Hifi PIg office to let us know that he has launched a Kickstarter campaign to get the album pressed onto vinyl that will be limited to 500 copies, mastered by Doug Sax at the Mastering Lab and pressed at Quality Records Pressings in the US.

Now, we don’t normally share links in news items other than for charity, but I was so blown away with this album that I thought it deserved it and so here it is.


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