“Studio date from this virile Philadelphia saxophonist/flutist, who tackles the Coltrane legacy in fine fashion with Woody Shaw (tpt) and Kenny Barron (p).” – Michael G. Nastos/AllMusic . Tracklisting: 01 – 00:00 – Bacchanal (Kenny [More]
First Light is an album by jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard. Recorded in 1971, it features string arrangements by Don Sebesky. It was his third album released on Creed Taylor’s CTI label and features performances by [More]
This Is Me is the seventh studio album by jazz guitarist Emily Remler. It was her first excursion into electric jazz-pop and her last recording, completed shortly before her death. It is an ambitious production [More]
The songs was written when Metheny was living in Boston and teaching at the Berklee School of Music. Pat Metheny – guitar Richard Bona – bass Antonio Sanchez – drums
“A Grammy nominee for Best Instrumental Jazz Solo, Haynes spent most of his career backing others before finally breaking out and showing off his excellent skills on the raps. He’s played with the biggest names [More]
Five Peace Band Live is a 2009 post bop and jazz fusion album from musicians Chick Corea, John McLaughlin, Kenny Garrett, Christian McBride and Vinnie Colaiuta. The album was very well received, winning the 2010 [More]
“After 1966, vibraphonist Dave Pike was primarily heard on European labels until he made his first album for Muse in 1975. His second effort for the label teams Pike with a variety of top L.A. [More]
No Absolute Time is an album by French jazz fusion artist Jean-Luc Ponty, released in 1993. It marks his return to the Atlantic label. “A switch back to Atlantic finds Jean-Luc Ponty continuing to dabble [More]
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]