“Second and final album by Iliad is much more directed into Jazz Fusion, although not within your typical Fusion realms with Sandy Owen dominating the whole effort with his acoustic and electric pianos’ jazzy paces [More]
Children of Forever is the debut album by jazz fusion bassist Stanley Clarke. “It’s full of heart, soul, passion, and truly inspired musicianship.” – Thom Jurek/AllMusic. Track listing: All tracks composed by Stanley Clarke and [More]
Phil Collins Big Band (conducted by Quincy Jones) – The Los Endos Suite – Live at the 40th Montreux Jazz Festival 1996. Phil Collins has made a number of appearances at Montreux over the years [More]
Letter from Home is an album by the Pat Metheny Group, released in 1989 by Geffen Records. In 1990, the album won the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Fusion Performance. It was certified gold by [More]
Chest is the third album by the Nels Cline Trio and the first release on Little Brother Records. The album was recorded in June 1993 at Sage & Sound by Geoff Sykes (except “Beardism/Call Crouch” [More]
Tracklisting: A1 Cruising Boy A2 Elisa Street A3 Go Away Anywhere A4 Hot Corner B1 House Of Peninsula B2 Breakwater B3 Through The Sky B4 Jungle Of Heaven B5 Alone At Last, And Then Personnel: [More]
Señor Blues is an album by American trombonist Urbie Green featuring performances with Grover Washington, Jr. and the David Matthews Big Band recorded in 1977 and released on the CTI label. “Overlooking his commercial efforts [More]
“The Lady In My Life” (Rod Temperton) from the album “Magic Touch”. Magic Touch is the first studio album by guitarist Stanley Jordan, released in 1985 by Blue Note Records on vinyl; a CD edition [More]
Richard Bona does not only play the e-bass in a harmonic and hypnotic way , but also his singing in the dialect of Douala is one of his famous brand-label. Together with the WDR Big [More]
The Man with the Horn is an album released by Miles Davis in 1981, featuring drummer Al Foster, saxophonist Bill Evans, guitarists Mike Stern and Barry Finnerty, and others. It was Davis’s first new release [More]