“Will I Die, Miss? Will I Die?” (Avishai Cohen) from the album “Cross My Palm with Silver”. “The iconic production of Manfred Eicher’s label again seems perfectly suited to etching forth the nuances of Cohen’s exquisite [More]
Love and Understanding is an album by saxophonist Jimmy Heath featuring performances recorded in 1973 and originally released on the Muse label. “This is one of Jimmy Heath’s more unusual and versatile records”, – Scott [More]
“Oslo” from the album “Skala“. Mathias Eick’s intensely melodic trumpet occupies the centre-stage in this album of self-penned tunes which will appeal to an audience beyond “jazz”. Against the powerful backdrops offered by his sleek, [More]
Whooeeee (also released as Today’s Jazz and Morning Fun) is an album by the Zoot Sims-Bob Brookmeyer Quintet recorded in 1956 for the Storyville label. Althоugh it сlаіmѕ оn the bасk оf this CD thаt [More]
Track listing: 00:00 A1 Shoe Shine Boy (First Take) 05:54 A2 Lover Man 12:26 A3 Georgia Mae 17:15 A4 Caravan 21:16 B1 Lincoln Heights 29:02 B2 Embraceable You 35:46 B3 Shoe Shine Boy (Second Take) [More]
“These quite rare tracks show Sarah Vaughan in her prime (and still quite attractive, if I might add a small opinion), scatting and mellow-singing with her trio, as well as a not so bad (but [More]
Manchester-based leftfield piano trio GoGo Penguin are pianist Chris Illingworth, bassist Nick Blacka and drummer Rob Turner. Their music has been described as acoustic-electronica but they draw equally on rock, jazz and minimalism, game soundtracks [More]
Live at Shelly’s Manne-Hole is an album by pianist Les McCann recorded on New Year’s Eve 1965 at Shelly’s Manne-Hole and released on the Limelight label. The Allmusic review by Eugene Chadbourne awarded the album [More]
Jay Berliner (born May 24, 1940 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American guitarist and multi-instrumentalist. Berliner has won seven NARAS Most Valuable Player awards as well as the NARAS MVP Virtuoso Award in 1986. [More]
The Sermon! is a 1959 album by jazz organist Jimmy Smith. It was produced by the Blue Note record label, and was Smith’s fifteenth album in three years. Allmusic’s Lindsay Planer described the album as [More]