Truth in Shredding is the first studio album by the Mark Varney Project (MVP), released in 1990 through Legato Records and reissued on November 4, 2003 through Tone Center Records. MVP was a short-lived collaborative [More]
“Cal Tjader’s Brazilian explorations continue and actually deepen with this release, as he joins forces with a host of progressive young Brazilian musicians, all overseen by producer Airto Moreira. By now, Tjader had figured out [More]
Track listing: A1 00:00 – 03:42 01 – Lolita A2 03:42 – 07:25 02 – Sounds from the sea’s edge A3 07:25 – 11:10 03 – Himiola A4 11:10 – 16:26 04 – Ariadne A5 [More]
Track listing: 01 radio announcer 02 Some skunk funk 03 I don’t know either 04 Inside out 05 Funky see, funky do 06 squids 07 band introductions 08 East river 09 radio announcer Personnel: Randy [More]
Some Shapes to Come is the debut album by American saxophonist Steve Grossman. It was released in 1974 by PM Records. “By the time Steve Grossman released this debut, he and percussionist Don Alias had [More]
“Wilkenfeld possesses all the requisite chops and uses them to terrific advantage on Transformation, her 2007 debut as a leader, released prior to hitting the road with Beck. As with Beck, she proves herself a [More]
“Harold McKinney was one of Detroit’s jazz legends as both an artist and as a cultural figure. His Voices and Rhythms of the Creative Profile was issued on the city’s cooperative independent Tribe label — [More]
Realization is the debut album by American jazz trumpeter Eddie Henderson recorded in 1973 and released on the Capricorn label. “Although the electric Herbie Hancock Sextet (and septet) left only a slim three-album discography on [More]
Sadao Watanabe (born February 1, 1933) is a Japanese jazz musician who plays alto saxophone, sopranino saxophone, and flute. He is known for his bossa nova recordings, although his work encompasses many styles with collaborations [More]
“One of drummer Tony Williams’ final studio projects, this adventurous effort alternates selections by an all-star quintet (which includes tenor saxophonist Michael Brecker, guitarist Pat Metheny, pianist Herbie Hancock and bassist Stanley Clarke) with string [More]