Free Jazz: A Collective Improvisation is the sixth album by jazz saxophonist and composer Ornette Coleman, released on Atlantic Records in 1961, his fourth for the label. Its title established the name of the then-nascent [More]
All Kooked Out! is the first studio album by New Orleans, Louisiana based drummer Stanton Moore. It was recorded entirely live in the studio with no overdubs and no headphones, in a week-long session that [More]
The Black Angel is an album by trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, recorded in 1969 and released in 1970. It was his fourth release on the Atlantic label and features performances by Hubbard, James Spaulding, Kenny Barron, [More]
Afro Blue Impressions is an album by American jazz saxophonist John Coltrane recorded live in 1963 and released on the Pablo label in 1977 as a double LP. “Afro Blue Impressions is the sound of [More]
The Jaki Byard Quartet Live! is an album by pianist Jaki Byard recorded in 1965 and originally released on the Prestige label as two LPs and later reisued in 1992 as a single CD. Byard’s [More]
The Jaki Byard Quartet Live! is an album by pianist Jaki Byard recorded in 1965 and originally released on the Prestige label as two LPs and later reissued in 1992 as a single CD. Jаkі [More]
Levels and Degrees of Light is the debut album by Muhal Richard Abrams which was released on the Delmark label in 1968 and features performances of three of Abrams’ compositions by Abrams, Anthony Braxton, Leroy [More]
Skies of America is the 17th album by jazz saxophonist Ornette Coleman, released on Columbia Records in 1972. It consists of one long composition by Coleman taking up both sides of the album, played by [More]
Tears for Dolphy is a 1964 album by jazz trumpeter Ted Curson. The album’s title track, an elegy for Eric Dolphy (who died at the end of June that year), has been used in many [More]
Iѕѕuеd іn 1966, this wаѕ еvеrуbоdу оutѕіdе of California’s fіrѕt tаѕtе оf ѕаxорhоnіѕt Sоnnу Sіmmоnѕ оn thе thеn-оbѕсurе ESP label, wіdеlу knоwn for іtѕ innovative recordings and poor ѕоund ԛuаlіtу. Thіѕ ѕеt, however, ѕuffеrѕ frоm [More]