Truth (That Hamilton Man) is an album by drummer and bandleader Chico Hamilton, recorded in 1959 and released on the SESAC label. An album released as “Truth”, “That Hamilton Man”, “Chico Hamilton Quintet featuring Eric [More]
Track listing: 00:00 [01] The Liquidator (Lalo Schifrin) 02:40 [02] The Third Man (Anton Karas) & Danger (Tony Mottola) 06:11 [03] The Man from O.R.G.A.N. (Dick Hyman) 08:30 [04] Honey West (Joseph Mullendore) 10:58 [05] [More]
George Van Eps (August 7, 1913 – November 29, 1998) was an American swing and mainstream jazz guitarist. Track listing: A1 Spanish Eyes 2:39 A2 And I Love Her 1:55 A3 All My Loving 5:35 [More]
Gypsy Folk Tales is an album by drummer Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers recorded in 1977 and released on the Roulette label. “The 1977 version of The Jazz Messengers introduced two new voices to [More]
Track listing: A1 Just Cruisin’ 9:27 A2 The Chaser 8:54 A3 Someday In Suburbs 3:45 B1 Rapture 9:40 B2 Inner Embrace 6:58 B3 Orange Bypass 6:43 Personnel: Sadao Watanabe – alto saxophone, sopranino saxophone, flute [More]
“An excellent Brazilian guitarist, Baden Powell has played with his share of American jazz greats (including Herbie Mann and the late Stan Getz). But there’s no jazz to be found on Seresta Brasiliera, which was [More]
Concentric Circles is an album by jazz saxophonist Chris Potter that was released by Concord in 1994. “Only 23 at the time of this Concord CD, Chris Potter shows a great deal of originality in [More]
I Will Say Goodbye is an album by American jazz pianist Bill Evans, recorded in 1977 but not released until 1980. “The title refers to the Michel Legrand piece performed twice on the date, and [More]
Jazz …It’s Magic! is an album by American jazz trombonist Curtis Fuller recorded in 1957 and released on the Regent label a subsidiary of Savoy Records. “Trombonist Curtis Fuller’s recordings for Savoy in the 1950s, [More]
Hank is an album by jazz saxophonist Hank Mobley released on the Blue Note label in 1957 as BLP 1560, and features Mobley, Donald Byrd, John Jenkins, Bobby Timmons, Wilbur Ware and Philly Joe Jones. [More]