Album:” Stan Getz & Albert Dailey – Poetry ” Personnel: Stan Getz – tenor saxophone Albert Dailey – piano ______________________________ Recorded:New York City, January 12, 1983
Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington were (and are) two of the main stems of jazz. Any way you look at it, just about everything that’s ever happened in this music leads directly — or indirectly [More]
A Show of Hands is the first album released by bassist Victor Wooten. The album features bass guitar with only the accompaniment of vocals. The album features almost entirely slap bass, using a large amount [More]
Amоng thе ѕurрrіѕеѕ that рrоduсеr Pаоlо Piangiarelli рullеd оn Phіl Wооdѕ durіng a marathon seven rесоrdіng sessions оvеr a span оf fіvе dауѕ durіng the spring оf 2000 wаѕ mаtсhіng him wіth ріаnіѕt Stеfаnо Bоllаnі [More]
The Free Slave is a live album by drummer Roy Brooks recorded in 1970 and released on the Muse label in 1972. “This is a band for the ages” (Michael G. Nastos , AllMusic). Track [More]
Jan Garbarek, Anouar Brahem, Manu Katche – Live in Stuttgard – Part One (1993) Jan Garbarek – tenor saxophone Anouar Brahem – oud Manu Katche – drums
“After You’ve Gone” (Turner Layton). Personnel: Bill Coleman – trumpet Stephane Grappelli – violin
Tracklist: A1 Talk to My Lady A2 Get Down 4:58 A3 Me And Mrs. Jones (Kenneth Gamble) 8:49 A4 For Heaven’s Sake (Donald Meyer) 13:07 B1 You Are the Sunshine of My Life (Stevie Wonder) [More]
Lennie Tristano – Tangerine (Copenhagen ’65) Lennie Tristano – piano The great improviser and teacher Lennie Tristano, for anyone who’s curious and hasn’t seen this already.
The Right Combination is the debut album by American jazz pianist Joe Albany featuring saxophonist Warne Marsh which was recorded in 1957 for the Riverside label. The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album [More]