Concord Jazz

Recently, Barne&Noble has a sell of CDs with Concord Records label at $3.99. I'm not familiar with Concord, but still picked up three since they are so cheap -

Dave Brubeck, Trotonis
Scott Hamilton, Organic Duke
Stan Getz, Live at the Glasgow International Jazz Festival

I popped them into my CD player - sound pretty good!
Now I'm asking for recommendation of good Concord recordings - performance and sonic and I'm planning to buy more. By the way, I'm more mellow jazz kind of guy.

Thanks in advance!

Concord Jazz is a great label. Try "Monty Alexander at Maybeck." It's one of my favorite piano solo CD's. CCD-4658
I believe that that is the case where red-book CDs of Concord Jazz well compete with some of HDCDs. My favorite is John Patitucci's "One More Angel".
concord jazz is one of my favorite contemporary labels. try scott hamilton, gene harris, ray brown, ken peplowski and dave mckenna, depending on your choice of instruments and music - they're all good recordings, but for starters i would stick to stuff recorded in the 90's.
just came back from b&n w/14 cd's. these were made in europe for that market. many are not in the us catalog any longer. i'm going back tomorrow! for the price you cant go wrong. they have a lot of the maybeck hall series which were excellent as well as hollander, joanne bracken, marian mcpartland, adam makowicz, etc. go - enjoy. for 3.99 each what the hell.............
Mel Torme and George Shearing Live at Marty's, The LA4, The Bruce Forman Quartet Full Circle.
I like "Like Minds" featuring Gary Burton (vibraphone), Chick Corea (piano), Pat Metheny (guitars), Roy Haynes (drums), and Dave Holland (bass). Sounds excellent, too.