Chet Baker with Fifty Italian Strings is an album by trumpeter Chet Baker which was recorded in Italy in 1959 and released on the Jazzland label. AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: In 1959 while in [More]
Larry Coryell made his earliest recordings as a leader for Vanguard and most of his sessions from 1968-75. After working for a variety of other labels, he came back for this lone effort in 1979. [More]
“Theme For Lester Young” (Charles Mingus). Album: “Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus” (1963). Personnel: Don Butterfield – trombone, trombone (bass), tuba Jaki Byard – piano Eric Dolphy – flute, alto saxophone Booker Ervin – tenor [More]
The Shape of Jazz to Come is the third album by jazz musician Ornette Coleman. Although Coleman initially wished for the album to be titled Focus on Sanity, after one of the songs on the [More]
“Baby I’m a Fool” is a song written and composed by American jazz singer-songwriter Melody Gardot. It was released as the second single from her second full-length album, My One and Only Thrill. According to [More]
Amazing Jazz song Almost Blue by Chet Baker / Composed by Costello Lyrics : Almost Blue Almost doing things we used to do There’s a girl here and she’s almost you Almost all the things [More]
Tin Tin Deo is a typically tasteful set by guitarist Kenny Burrell. Performing in a sparse trio with bassist Reggie Johnson and drummer Carl Burnette, Burrell plays boppish and swinging versions of his own blues [More]
Track listing: 1 Person-To-Person (Ralph Towner) – 3:11 2 I Remember Me (Jan Hammer) – 4:00 3 Rejoicing (Traditional) – 4:17 4 The Elk (Paul McCandless) – 6:02 5 Gloria’s Step (Scott LaFaro) – 3:16 [More]
AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: This CD reissue contains a sleepy trio session by guitarist Barney Kessel who teams up with bassist Kenny Napper and drummer John Marshall for a variety of current pop tunes [More]
Chantal Chamberland – What a Difference a Day Made “What a Dіff’rеnсе a Dау Mаdе” is a рорulаr song оrіgіnаllу wrіttеn іn Spanish by Mаríа Grеvеr, a Mеxісаn ѕоngwrіtеr, іn 1934 wіth the tіtlе, “Cuando [More]