Everybody has different preferences when it comes to jazz music, but the oldies remain classics forever. Let’s look at the three best selling jazz records of all time and how they changed the industry forever.
1. Miles Davis – Kind of Blue
This four-time platinum album tops the jazz list around the world and it’s no surprise. The trumpeter Miles Davis has such a talent with jazz and he will forever be known as a legend. Some of his top tracks on this album include Blue in Green and So What.
2. Herbie Hancock – Head Hunters
The twelfth studio album by Herbie Hancock was his best and this record went platinum. This versatile artist embraced many styles throughout the years and some songs on this album includes Watermelon Man and Vein Melter.
3. Weather Report – Heavy Weather
Released in 1977, Heavy Weather was the most popular record that the band released. Birdland and Rumba Mama are two of the biggest songs on this album by this popular jazz fusion band. They were a cool band with a subtle but powerful style that made them popular in the 70s and 80s.