J. J. Johnson’s Jazz Quintets is a studio album by jazz trombonist J. J. Johnson, released by Savoy Records, containing material from three different recording sessions in 1946, 1947 and 1949. Material from the first [More]
George Wallington Quintet at the Cafe Bohemia – Jay Mac’s Crib (1955). From the album “GEORGE WALLINGTON QUINTET AT THE BOHEMIA” . Personnel: Donald Byrd – trumpet Jackie McLean – alto saxophone George Wallington – [More]
Track listing: Hackensack Anthropology Good Bait The Squirrel Symphonette Tadd Walk Dameronia Our Delight Eb-Pob Personnel: Fats Navarro – trumpet Wardell Gray, Allen Eager –  tenor saxophone Tadd Dameron – piano Curly Russell – bass [More]
Howard McGhee and Milt Jackson is an album by American jazz trumpeter Howard McGhee with vibraphonist Milt Jackson featuring performances recorded in 1948 and first released on the Savoy label in 1955. AllMusic Review by [More]
Track listing: A1 Ragamuffin A2 Embraceable You A3 I’m Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter A4 Freckles A5 Boo Boo Be Doop A6 That Old Black Magic B1 Besame Mucho (Kiss Me [More]
Blue Serge is an album by jazz baritone saxophonist Serge Chaloff, and released by Capitol Records in 1956. It was recorded on March 14 and 16, 1956 at Capitol Studios in Los Angeles, California. AllMusic [More]
A Tribute to Cannonball is a studio album by jazz pianist Bud Powell and tenor saxophonist Don Byas, released on Columbia in March 1979, featuring a session recorded at the Studio Charlot in Paris on [More]
  “Love for Sale” (Cole Porter) – 13:52 Personnel: Dexter Gordon – tenor saxophone Sonny Clark – piano Butch Warren – bass Billy Higgins – drums Recorded: August 27, 1962  
Early Art is an album by trumpeter Art Farmer featuring two sessions recorded in 1954 which was originally released on LP on the New Jazz label in the early 1960s. AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: [More]
Back on the Scene is an album by American trombonist Bennie Green recorded in 1958 and released on the Blue Note label. AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine: It’s evident from the opening pair of [More]