Jimmy Rosenberg with his brother Nomy playing ‘It Had Better Be Tonight’ by Henry Mancini.
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
Recorded LIVE at Koseiniki Hall, Tokyo on February 15, 1985, Personnel: Keith Jarrett – piano Gary Peacock – bass Jack DeJohnette – drums
Arturo O’Farrill and the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra perform the world premiere of “The Offense of the Drum” composed by Arturo O’Farrill, at Red Rooster in Harlem 6/19/12. Guest Artists: Ben Barson – baritone saxophone [More]
Album: “Blase”, 1969 Personnel: Archie Shepp – tenor saxophone Jeanne Lee – vocal Dave Burrell – piano Chicago Beau – harmonica Malachi Favors – bass Philly Joe Jones – drums
A 1970 classic frоm thе Bаrbаdоѕ-bоrn trumpeter, аrrаngеd bу Grаhаm Cоllіеr tаkеn frоm the album Flаrе Uр. This іѕ essential fоr аnуоnе interested in British jazz: thе triple-sax frоnt line іѕ comprised of John Surman, [More]
“Blues After Dark” (Benny Golson) Album: “The Greatest Trumpet of Them All”. The Greatest Trumpet of Them All is an album by trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie featuring Benny Golson recorded in 1957 and released on the Verve [More]
“The West’s Best” (Tony Moreno) Personnel: Tony Moreno – drums Jean-Michel Pilc – piano Ugonna Okegwo – bass Ron Norton – trumpet Marc Mommaas – tenor saxophone
“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]