Coleman Hawkins with the Red Garland Trio (also referred to as Swingville) is an album by saxophonist Coleman Hawkins with pianist Red Garland’s trio recorded in 1959 and released on the Swingville label. “One of [More]
“A slightly expanded version of flutist Herbie Mann’s 1961-62 group performs African-, Cuban- and Brazilian-influenced jazz on this appealing LP. With guitarist Billy Bean, vibraphonist Hagood Hardy, Dave Pike on marimba and four percussionists in [More]
Boppin’ & Burnin’ is an album by organist Don Patterson recorded in 1968 and released on the Prestige label. “Although organist Don Patterson is the leader of this set that in 1998 was reissued on [More]
“After James’ first album of electronic Baroque keyboard music, Rameau, proved to be a charming left-field success, the erstwhile jazz composer/arranger came up with a sequel devoted to the miraculous sonatas of Domenico Scarlatti. The [More]
NBC Radio Broadcast. Date: October 20, 1939. Track listing: “Nightmare” (Opening Theme) “Out Of Nowhere” “Put That Down In Writing” “Many Dreams Ago” “What Is This Thing Called Love” “Day In, Day Out” “One Foot [More]
“Sugar Foot Stomp” (King Oliver, Louis Armstrong) Personnel: Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra: Louis Armstrong, Elmer Chambers, Joe Smith – trumpet Charlie Green – trombone Don Redman – alto saxophone clarinet Buster Bailey – alto [More]
The Jacques Loussier Trio was a French Third Stream jazz piano trio, led by pianist Jacques Loussier, that became known for its jazz interpretations of European classical music. They were commonly known in France as [More]
“What a gem this previously unearthed spice box is. Who would have thought that in 1969, with a New York pick-up band — comprised of Bobby Timmons on piano, Victor Gaskin on bass, and Percy [More]
“Swing That Music” (Louis Armstrong / Horace Gerlach) Personnel: Bobby Hackett – cornet Urbie Green – trombone Bob Wilber – clarinet Dave McKenna – piano Nabil Totah – bass Morey Feld – drums _____________ NYC, [More]
Cedar’s Blues is a live album by pianist Cedar Walton’s Quintet recorded in 1985 and released on the Italian Red label. “Although the Eastern Rebellion name is not used on this release, the personnel of [More]