Tracklisting: A1 Cruising Boy A2 Elisa Street A3 Go Away Anywhere A4 Hot Corner B1 House Of Peninsula B2 Breakwater B3 Through The Sky B4 Jungle Of Heaven B5 Alone At Last, And Then Personnel: [More]
Esperanza Spalding – “Move Many (Joints)” from the album “12 Little Spells” out now, from Concord Records. “Move Many” Music by Matthew Stevens. Lyrics by Esperanza Spalding. “Move Many (Joints) sense of stiffened directives and [More]
The Bassist! is an album by jazz bassist Sam Jones recorded in 1979 and released on the Interplay label. “Virtually all of Sam Jones’ occasional dates as a leader featured him in a purely supportive role [More]
Guardian of the Light is the seventeenth studio album by American keyboardist and record producer George Duke. It was released in 1983 through Epic Records. Recording sessions for the album took place in Los Angeles [More]
“Based on his debut as a leader, nobody will ever accuse altoist Antonio Hart of suffering from a lack of confidence! The opener, his burning “Majority,” starts immediately by featuring Hart trading off with tenor [More]
“The core of Chick Corea’s acclaimed and influential “Origin” sextet – Chick Corea (piano), Avishai Cohen (bass) and Jeff Ballard (drums) – now forms one of jazz’s most innovative and exhilarating acoustic trios, The Chick [More]
The Soul Is Willing is a studio album by organist Shirley Scott recorded and released in 1963 for Prestige as PRLP 7267. It features famous saxophonist Stanley Turrentine. In 1995, the album was reissued along [More]
Randy Crawford – vocal Randy Crawford led R&B veterans the Crusaders on the transatlantic hit “Street Life” (1979). A specially re-recorded version was featured in the soundtrack for the films Sharky’s Machine and Jackie Brown, [More]
“Wilkenfeld possesses all the requisite chops and uses them to terrific advantage on Transformation, her 2007 debut as a leader, released prior to hitting the road with Beck. As with Beck, she proves herself a [More]
Winter Moon is a 1981 jazz album by saxophonist Art Pepper playing with Stanley Cowell, Howard Roberts, Cecil McBee, Carl Burnett and strings arranged and conducted by Bill Holman  and Jimmy Bond. “There are people [More]