Track listing: 00:00 Four or Five Times (Live) 02:49 Put It There (Shag Nasty) (Live) 05:31 Crying and Sighing (Live) 08:36 Milenberg Joys (Live) 11:32 [More]
“Willie “The Lion” Smith, one of stride piano’s Big Three of the 1920s (along with James P. Johnson and Fats Waller), recorded a lot less [More]
  Track listing: A Rockin’ Chair Written-By – Hoagy Carmichael B Georgia On My Mind Written-By – Hoagy Carmichael, Stuart Gorrell C Tea For Two [More]
The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4½ stars and stated “… this is Pete Johnson’s definitive release, showing that he was much [More]
“This initial installment in the historical chronology of recordings released under the name of Earl Hines contains no less than 13 finely rendered piano solos. [More]
“Although this LP is long out of print, its brilliant contents have since been reissued by Bob Thiele on a couple of his labels. Hawkins [More]
“Westward Bound! is a buoyant time capsule of modern jazz on the move, before the free jazz era, when East Coast bop met West Coast [More]
“Well, let’s put it this way. If you were to choose one Muggsy Spanier collection out of his portion of the Classics Chronological Series (or [More]
The Fletcher Henderson Orchestra was the most popular African-American band of the 1920’s. This is a re-release, circa 1970’s, on BYG Records, of Fletcher Henderson [More]
“By the time of this 1996 CD, Kenny Davern already had a full career of accomplishments, and for years, he had had his own sound [More]