Track listing: 0:39 Take The “A” Train 2:22 Black And Tan Fantasy/Creole Love Call/The Mooche 12:38 Chelsea Bridge 16:37 El Viti 20:48 La Plus Belle Africaine 28:30 Trombonio-Bustoso-Issimo (Trombone Buster) 32:31 Passion Flower 36:50 Things [More]
An Electrifying Evening with the Dizzy Gillespie Quintet is a 1961 live album by trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie, recorded at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. “Dizzy Gillespie (along with altoist Leo Wright, [More]
Face to Face is a 1982 album by Oscar Peterson, accompanied by Freddie Hubbard. “Trumpeter Freddie Hubbard met the Pablo All-Stars for this unique and frequently exciting set. Inspired by the presence of pianist Oscar [More]
“… The music is excellent and Papa Jo’s drumming in superb form.” – Amazon. Track listing: 1 Love Is Just Around The Corner 4:09 2 I Cried For You 5:54 3 A Wig On The [More]
George Shearing in Dixieland is a 1988 album by jazz pianist George Shearing of music associated with Dixieland. “This promising effort is a major disappointment. Pianist George Shearing planned to revisit his roots in Dixieland [More]
David Roy Eldridge (January 30, 1911 – February 26, 1989), nicknamed “Little Jazz”, was an American jazz trumpet player. His sophisticated use of harmony, including the use of tritone substitutions, his virtuosic solos exhibiting a [More]
One of only three recording sessions led by talented trumpeter Snooky Young and his only one as the lone horn, this Concord set (which includes pianist Ross Tompkins, guitarist John Collins, bassist Ray Brown, and [More]
“Well, not exactly ‘mad’ as in wild, but this is an excellent – albeit pedestrian – jazz platter. White was fine Tenor sax player, equally adept at free-swinging arrangements such as “Liberty In White” and [More]
Track listing: 00:00 A1 Love Me Or Leave Me 03:00 A2 Minority 06:05 A3 Tangerine 08:56 A4 I Want To Be Happy 11:53 A5 After You’ve Gone 14:13 A6 A Sunday Kind Of Love 18:02 [More]
Giants (also released as Mary Lou Williams and the Trumpet Giants) is a live album by trumpeters Dizzy Gillespie and Bobby Hackett and pianist Mary Lou Williams recorded in 1971 and originally released on the [More]