Jean-Benoît Culot Quartet: Dave Liebman – tenor saxophone Leonardo Montana – piano Rénald Fleury – bass Jean-Benoît Culot – drums
Album: Marc Copland, Randy Brecker  – Both/And, 2004 Personnel: Ed Howard – bass Victor Lewis – drums Marc Copland – piano Randy Brecker – trumpet
“The Moontrane” (Shaw) Album: “The Eternal Triangle” (1987) Personnel: Freddie Hubbard – trumpet Woody Shaw – trumpet Kenny Garrett – alto saxophone Mulgrew Miller – piano Ray Drummond – bass Call Allen – drums Freddie [More]
“Jack the Ripper” by William Burton Personnel: Roland Kirk – tenor saxophone, manzello, whistle, stritch Ira Sullivan –  trumpet, tenor saxophone William Burton – organ, piano Donald Garrett – bass Sonny Brown – drums
“Blue Monk” is a jazz standard written by Thelonious Monk that has become one of his most enduring tunes. (Wikipedia) Personnel: Thelonious Monk – piano Charlie Rouse – tenor saxophone Ben Riley – drums Larry [More]
Fourth track from McCoy Tyner’s “The Real McCoy” album. Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on April 21, 1967. Originally released on Blue Note (4264). Personnel: McCoy Tyner – piano Joe [More]
Recorded LIVE at Koseiniki Hall, Tokyo on February 15, 1985, Personnel: Keith Jarrett – piano Gary Peacock – bass Jack DeJohnette – drums
Look for the Black Star is the debut album by American jazz saxophonist Dewey Redman featuring performances recorded in 1966 and originally released on the Dutch Fontana label but later released in the U.S. on [More]
Oleo (Sonny Rollins) from the album “Jurassic Classics” ,1994 Personnel: James Carter – tenor saxophone Craig Taborn – piano Jaribu Shahid – bass Tani Tabbal – drums
Personnel: Bill Evans – piano Lee Konitz – alto saxophone Niels Henning Ørsted Pedersen – bass Alan Dawson – drums Berlin, West Germany, October 29, 1965