Soulville is a 1957 album by swing tenor saxophonist Ben Webster, recording a session from October 15, 1957 which Webster played with the Oscar Peterson Trio. This session is described by AllMusic as “one of [More]
Quincy Jones – “Killer Joe” (1969)
Pat Martino – Think Tank, 2003 Personnel: Pat Martino – guitar Joe Lovano – tenor saxophone Gonzalo Rubalcaba – piano Christian McBride – bass Lewis Nash – drums
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]
Though not as internationally well known as some of his peers, like Antonio Carlos Jobim and João Gilberto, guitarist/vocalist/composer Carlos Lyra was also a major figure of the early bossa nova movement. This extremely value-priced, [More]
“Tres Palabras” (Osvaldo Farrés) from the album “Juntos Para Siempre”. Juntos Para Siempre (“Together Forever”) is the title of a studio album released by the Cuban jazz performers Bebo Valdés and Chucho Valdés on November [More]
Ridin’ High (also released as Freaky) is an album released by Canadian jazz trumpeter Maynard Ferguson featuring tracks recorded in 1967 and originally released on the Enterprise label. Track listing: “The Rise and Fall of [More]
Benny Goodman & His Orchestra – Texas Tea Party From The Album: Reefer Blues: Vintage Songs About Marijuana Volume 2 Trombone & Vocals – Jack Teagarden, Trumpets – Manny Klein & Charlie Teagarden, Clarinet – [More]
The Big Band (rereleased as The Big Band: A Tribute to Basie) is an album by American jazz organist Jimmy McGriff featuring performances recorded in 1966 and originally released on the Solid State label. AllMusic [More]