Sextant is the eleventh album by Herbie Hancock, and the last album with his Mwandishi Band. AllMusic Review by Thom Jurek: When Herbie Hancock left Warner Bros. in 1971 after releasing three musically sound but [More]
My Goal’s Beyond is the third solo album (after Extrapolation and Devotion) by John McLaughlin. The album was originally released in 1971 on Douglas Records in the US. It was later reissued by Douglas/Casablanca (1976), [More]
Black Byrd is a 1973 album by Donald Byrd and his first for Blue Note Records produced by Larry Mizell, assisted by his brother, former Motown producer Fonce. In the jazz funk idiom, it is [More]
AllMusic Review by Thom Jurek: In 1971, the Jazz Crusaders reinvented themselves for the first time. First they dropped the word “jazz” from their moniker, and secondly they wholeheartedly embraced electric bass and guitars in [More]
Miles in the Sky is a studio album by American trumpeter and composer Miles Davis, released on July 22, 1968, by Columbia Records. Miles in the Sky was produced by Teo Macero and recorded at [More]
Sign of the Times is the ninth album by jazz musician Bob James. AllMusic Review by Alex Henderson: With Sign of the Times, Bob James, who had done so much to define so-called smooth jazz, [More]
from the Album: Note Bleu (2006). Personnel: John Medeski – organ, keyboards Chris Wood – bass Billy Martin – drums, percussion
Heavy Weather is the eighth album by Weather Report, released in 1977 through Columbia Records. The release originally sold about 500,000 copies; it would prove to be the band’s most commercially successful album. Heavy Weather [More]
“Black Rain” (FESTEN). Personnel: Jean Kapsa – piano Damien Fleau – tenor saxophone Maxime Fleau – drums Oliver Degabriele – bass
Captain Fingers is the third studio album by guitarist Lee Ritenour, released in 1977 by Epic Records. Track listing: No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. “Captain Fingers” Lee Ritenour 7:06 2. “Dolphin Dreams” Ritenour 7:05 3. [More]