“Naturally” (Nat Adderley, Julian “Cannonball” Adderley). Album: “Nat Adderley Quartets – Naturally!” (1961). Personnel: Nat Adderley – cornet Joe Zawinul – piano Sam Jones – bass Louis Hayes – drums
Album “The Mourning of a Star”, 1971 Personnel: Keith Jarrett – piano, soprano saxophone, conga Charlie Haden – bass Paul Motian – drums, conga
“Slightly All the Time” (Mike Ratledge) – track#2 from the album “Third” (1975). Personnel: Mike Ratledge – Hohner Pianet, Lowrey organ, piano Hugh Hopper – bass guitar Robert Wyatt – drums Elton Dean – alto saxophone, [More]
“Let Me Off Uptown” (Earl Bostic , Redd Evans). Personnel: Anita O’Day – vocals Roy Eldridge – vocals Gene Krupa’s band    
“What a Diff’rence a Day Made” (María Grever). Jamie Cullum – vocals.
“Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered” (Rodgers and Hart). Album: “Port Of Call” (EmArcy, 2000). Silje Nergaard – vocals.
“Adventures in Radioland” is a 1987 album by the John McLaughlin-headed group Mahavishnu, released by the Relativity label which represents McLauglin’s interest in electronic technology. It features McLaughlin on Synclavier synthesized guitar. The album was [More]
The Lost Fingers – Lost in the 80’s
Personnel: Allen Eager – tenor saxophone (solo) Coleman Hawkins – tenor saxophone Pete Brown – alto saxophone Jimmy Jones – piano Mary Osborne – guitar Al Mc Kibbon – bass Shelly Manne – drums
Bill Frisell performs Go West, a sound track to an old Buster Keaton silent film at the Ottawa Jazzfest, June 25, 2014 Bill Frisel – guitar