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]
On “Bass Extremes: Cookbook”, Victor Wooten and Steve Bailey spearhead a veritable bass invitational with special guests Oteil Burbridge, Will Lee, Gregg Bissonette, Kenny Aranoff, and more. The twelve tracks (one vocal, “Bassically Yours” performed [More]
“Japanese reeds player Sadao Watanabe is a living country’s jazz legend. Started playing in early 60s, he introduced bossa nova to his homeland’s listeners and built strong hard bop following there.Starting from late 60s Sadao [More]
“Teo Macero, best known as a producer, has only recorded as a tenor-saxophonist on a very infrequent basis through the decades. This unusual album has four very different groups performing Macero’s originals. Vibraphonist Lionel Hampton [More]
“Despite the album’s title, Fourth Way remains mostly earthbound on The Sun and Moon Have Come Together. Structure is never abandoned at a song’s expense and, when the group does head outward, any sense of [More]
Scofield, Medeski, Martin & Murphy are… BANDEMIC. During this difficult and confusing time while live experiences are on hold, Woodstock Sessions, John Medeski, John Scofield, Billy Martin, and Jesse Murphy are honored to give you [More]
“Recorded in 1974, Ray Bryant’s In the Cut is the one recording in his career that stands out from all the others — not necessarily because it is the best thing he ever cut, but [More]
Feel the Night is an album by American guitarist Lee Ritenour released in 1979. Track listing: Feel the Night (Lee Ritenour) – 5:32 Market Place (Don Grusin / Lee Ritenour) – 5:22 Wicked Wine (Lee [More]
Carnaval is the fourth album by Spyro Gyra, released in 1980. It was given gold record status on June 1, 1987. Track listing: “Cafe Amore” (Chet Catallo) – 5:02 (album version) 4:12 (single edit version) [More]
Two Is One is an album by American saxophonist Charles Rouse recorded in 1974 and released on the Strata-East label. “Given his discography, this record is atypical and probably not for everyone, but enjoyable nonetheless.” [More]