“Chicago In Mind” (Albert Ammons). Recorded in 1939. Albert Ammons – piano.
“Poème” (Jack Montrose). From “Music To Listen To Red Norvo By” (1957). Personnel: Red Norvo – vibraphone Red Mitchell – bass Bill Smith – clarinet Shelly Manne – drums Buddy Collette – flute Barney Kessel [More]
“Loch Lomond” (Traditional, Daniel Zanes), 1937. Maxine Sullivan – vocals Claude Thornhill Orchestra
The Soothsayer is the seventh album by Wayne Shorter, recorded in 1965, but not released on Blue Note until 1979.[1] The album features five originals by Shorter and an arrangement of Jean Sibelius’ “Valse Triste”. [More]
In This World is an album by saxophonist Mark Turner. AllMusic Review by Tim Sheridan: Backed by a stellar band that features such fine players as Brian Blade on drums and Brad Mehldau on piano, [More]
Tenor ѕаxорhоnіѕt Chаrlіе Rouse, whо wоuld ѕреnd аll оf the 1960s аѕ a member оf Thelonious Mоnk’ѕ Quartet, had relatively fеw орроrtunіtіеѕ tо lead his оwn sessions. Thіѕ CD reissue has аn LP аnd a [More]
“Dreamin'” (Marcus Miller). From the album “George Benson / Earl Klugh ‎– Collaboration” (1987). Personnel: George Benson – guitar Earl Klugh – guitar
“Perdido” is a jazz standard composed by Juan Tizol and was first recorded on December 3, 1941 by Duke Ellington. “Perdido” is Spanish and simply means lost, but also sloppy or indecent. The song refers to [More]
Track listing: A1 Don’t Mess With Bill A2 Playboy Theme A3 Tarantula A4 Soul Sister A5 Goin’ Out Of My Head A6 Willow Weep For Me B1 Ain’t That A Groove B2 G’Won Train B3 [More]
Personnel: Warne Marsh – tenor saxophone Lee Konitz – alto saxophone Don Eilliot – trumpet Billy Taylor –  piano Mundell Lowe – guitar Ed Safranski – bass Ed Thigpen – drums Appearing on the 1958 [More]