Don’t Look Back is an album led by American saxophonist Harold Vick recorded in 1974 and released on the Strata-East label. Track listing: All compositions by Harold Vick. “Don’t Look Back” – 5:59 “Melody for [More]
Sambao is a studio album by American jazz pianist Kenny Barron, which was released in 1992 on Verve Records label. The album contains eight original instrumental compositions written by Barron. Track listing: 1. “Sambao” 6:16 [More]
 Speak No Evil is the sixth album by Wayne Shorter. It was released in June 1966 by Blue Note Records. The music combines elements of hard bop and modal jazz. The cover shows Wayne [More]
Maiden Voyage is the fifth album led by jazz musician Herbie Hancock, and was recorded by Rudy Van Gelder on March 17, 1965 for Blue Note Records. It was issued as BLP 4195 and BST [More]
After he stopped teaching in 1974, Lucky Thompson permanently dropped out of music. On what would be his final album, Thompson (along with keyboardist Cedar Walton, bassist Sam Jones, and drummer Louis Hayes) performs five [More]
The Centaur and the Phoenix is an album by multi-instrumentalist Yusef Lateef recorded in 1960 and released on the Riverside label. AllMusic Review by Stacia Proefrock: From his first explosion of recordings in the mid-’50s, [More]
Flare Up is the debut album by Caribbean trumpet player Harry Beckett. It remains an occasion to celebrate decades after its initial release during the golden age of British jazz. Beckett had been a member [More]
Half Moon Bay is a live album by jazz pianist Bill Evans with Eddie Gómez and Marty Morell recorded at the Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society, in Half Moon Bay, California in 1973 and released [More]
Matador is an album by American jazz guitarist Grant Green featuring performances recorded in 1964 but not released on the Japanese Blue Note label until 1979. The album was finally reissued in the U.S. on [More]
Interplay is a 1963 album by Bill Evans. It was recorded in July and August 1962 in NYC for Riverside Records. AllMusic Review by Thom Jurek: Interplay stands as some of Bill Evans’ most enigmatic [More]