Very Live at Buddy’s Place is a jazz septet album by drummer Buddy Rich recorded in 1974 and released on the Groove Merchant Records label. Track listing: side A “Chameleon” (Herbie Hancock) – 4:52 “Jumpin’ [More]
“This set of duets between vibraphonist Gary Burton and pianist Makoto Ozone is a bit of a surprise, not the quiet and introverted date one might expect but a consistently exciting outing. The duo (who [More]
Track listing: 00:00 Hommage A Enelram Atsenig 04:21 Days Of Wine And Roses 11:39 Christmas Dreams 18:54 Juste Un Moment 24:56 Gattito 31:04 Cherokee Personnel: J.F. Jenny-Clark – bass Aldo Romano – drums Michel Petrucciani [More]
Brecker Brothers Acoustic Band – Freefall Summer, 2001 Lugano Switzerland Personnel: Randy Brecker – trumpet Michael Brecker – tenor saxophone David Kikoski – piano Peter Washington – bass Carl Allen – drums
In My Own Sweet Way is a live album led by trumpeter Woody Shaw which was recorded in Switzerland in 1987 and released on the German In + Out label. “Although trumpeter Woody Shaw never [More]
Echoes of a Friend is a 1972 album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner released on JVC label, and on Milestone label later. It was recorded in Tokyo, Japan on November 11, 1972 and features Tyner [More]
Spirit Sensitive is an album by Chico Freeman on India Navigation Records IN 1045. The LP, in contrast to many of his more avant-garde recordings of the same time frame, is a set that consists [More]
Black Is the Color is an album by American saxophonist Joe Henderson, released in 1972 on Milestone. The original idea for the album was “to approach it entirely from the standpoint of having no pre-conceived [More]
“The Manhattan Jazz Quintet is a jazz ensemble consisting of David Matthews on piano, Lew Soloff on trumpet, Victor Lewis on drums, Andy Snitzer on saxophone, and Charnett Moffett on bass. Previously, the band featured [More]
Mysteries is the fourth album on the Impulse! label by jazz pianist Keith Jarrett. Originally released in 1976, it features performances by Jarrett’s ‘American Quartet’, which included Dewey Redman, Charlie Haden and Paul Motian with [More]