Ascension is a jazz album by John Coltrane recorded in 1965 and released in 1966. It is often considered to be a cornerstone of Coltrane’s work, with the albums released before it being more conventional [More]
There Comes a Time is an album by jazz composer, arranger, conductor and pianist Gil Evans recorded in 1975 and performed by Evans with an orchestra featuring David Sanborn, Howard Johnson, Billy Harper, and John [More]
Unit Structures is a 1966 album by free jazz pianist Cecil Taylor released by Blue Note Records. Unusually, Taylor’s group features two bassists, one (Alan Silva) playing mostly with a bow, and the other (Henry [More]
Track listing: Side A: Billie The Kid (Martin) Tallness (Surman) Dee Tune (Surman) Side B: In Between (Surman) Spikenard (Phillips) Personnel: John Surman – baritone saxophone, soprano saxophone, bass clarinet Barre Phillips – bass Stu [More]
Conversin’ with the Elders is the fourth album by saxophonist James Carter recorded in late 1995 and early 1996 and released on the Atlantic label.[1] The album features guest appearances by Lester Bowie, Larry Smith, [More]
New Life is an album by drummer Antonio Sánchez which was released on the CAM Jazz label in 2013. Drummer/vocalist Antonio Sanchez’s third solo album is a forward-thinking collection of jazz originals that features an [More]
Out to Lunch! was Eric Dolphy‘s only recording for Blue Note Records as a leader and was originally issued as BLP 4163 and BST 84163. Today it is generally considered one of the finest albums [More]
Ramblin’ is an album led by jazz pianist Paul Bley recorded in Italy in 1966 and released on the French BYG Actuel label. AllMusic Review by Steve Loewy: Ramblin’ comes from an adventurous period in [More]
Waves is an album by American jazz saxophonist Sam Rivers featuring performances recorded in 1978 and released on the Tomato label. AllMusic Review by Ron Wynn: An explosive late ’70s set with underrated composer, multi-instrumentalist, [More]
Adventures In Jazz is the Grammy Award winning album for the Best Jazz Performance – Large Group (Instrumental) category in 1963. The LP was recorded by Stan Kenton and his orchestra in late 1961 but [More]