Boppin’ & Burnin’ is an album by organist Don Patterson recorded in 1968 and released on the Prestige label. “Although organist Don Patterson is the leader of this set that in 1998 was reissued on [More]
Rhoda Scott (born July 3, 1938) is an American soul-jazz organist. In 1967 Scott moved to France, where she has since spent most of her career. Track listing: A1 Molybdenum 4:08 A2 Nizza 6:49 A3 [More]
“Recorded in 1974, Ray Bryant’s In the Cut is the one recording in his career that stands out from all the others — not necessarily because it is the best thing he ever cut, but [More]
“I Wish You Love” (Charles Trenet) from the album David Newman – “House of David“. “This album boils with inventive hooks and the soulful combination of organ and guitar that would become more pop-oriented on [More]
Blue Mitchell (also known as Soul Village) is an album by American trumpeter Blue Mitchell recorded in 1971 and released on the Mainstream label. Track listing: All compositions by Blue Mitchell except as indicated “Soul [More]
Track listing: 1 When I’m Blue 2 Mack The Knife (Kurt Weill) 11:02 3 Them Their Eyes (Pinkard, Tauber, Tracy) 20:04 4 You’ve Changed (Carey, Fischer) 30:58 5 Stompin’ at the Savoy (Goodman, Razaf, Sampson, [More]
Soul Duo is an album by American jazz organist Shirley Scott and flugelhornist Clark Terry recorded in 1966 for the Impulse! label. “This is one of organist Shirley Scott’s lesser-known Impulse LPs (not yet reissued [More]
Contrasts is an album by American organist Larry Young recorded in 1967 and released on the Blue Note label. “For this interesting set, organist Larry Young (the first musician on his instrument to really move [More]
The Loop is the seventh album led by American jazz vibraphonist Johnny Lytle which was recorded in 1965 for the Tuba label. Track listing: “The Loop” (Johnny Lytle) – 2:18 “The More I See You” [More]
“The Awakening’s jazz – hard bop with side-trips into soul jazz, plus some free-jazz tonal expressionism. The Chicago-based jazz sextet known as The Awakening was in the front line of the second tier of jazz [More]