Journey to Love is the third jazz funk fusion album by bass guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Stanley Clarke, accompanied by familiar musicians he has often worked with like George Duke and Chick Corea. Other legendary players [More]
20/20 is the twentieth album by the American jazz group Spyro Gyra, released in 1997 by GRP Records. AllMusic Review by Alex Henderson: Artistically, Spyro Gyra hit an all-time low in the mid-1990s. The use [More]
Friday Afternoon in the Universe is an album released by experimental jazz fusion trio Medeski Martin & Wood. AllMusic Review by Richard S. Ginell: Here, the MMW direction and loyalties become very clear; they’re possessed [More]
Joe Zawinul – Full Concert Recorded Live: 8/16/1997 – Newport Jazz Festival (Newport, RI) Setlist: 0:00:00 – Patriots 0:11:21 – Want Some Tea, Grandpa? 0:25:02 – Drums & Percussion Jam/Bimoya 0:33:47 – Zansa II/Carnavalito Personnel: [More]
AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: Although it is never clear what “shango” is, this set by guitarist Charlie Hunter’s quartet is quite accessible and enjoyable. Marketed as some type of new alternative jazz, the music [More]
Cosmopolita – Cosmopolita (2017). Track listing: Personnel: Zé Ruivo – keyboards Dani Andreotti – guitar Gustavo Sato – bass Bruno Tessele – drums
Word of Mouth is the second album by Jaco Pastorius, released in 1981 while he was a member of Weather Report, and also the name of a big band that Pastorius assembled and with whom [More]
Night Passage is the eleventh album by Weather Report, released in 1980. The tracks were recorded in August 1980 at The Complex studios in Los Angeles (before a crowd of 250 people who can be [More]
Shearing Bossa Nova is a album by George Shearing accompanied by and arranged by Clare Fischer. AllMusic Review by Stephen Cook: Pianist George Shearing’s long association with Capitol Records (1955-1969) saw the release of several [More]
Mint Jams is the seventh and the second live album by Casiopea, released on May 12, 1982. Track listing: All music composed by Issei Noro. Side A No. Title Length 1. “Take Me” 4:51 2. [More]