Opus One, arranged by Marty Paich, performed by Terry Gibbs Big Band, March 26, 1982 for WGBH-PBS TV. Trumpets: Bill Berry, Pete Candoli, John Audino, Conte Candoli; Trombones: Benny Powell, Charlie Loper, Dick “Slide” Hyde; [More]
9 September, 2016 – Festival “Jazz à la Villette”.   Personnel: Tigran Hamasyan – piano Arve Henriksen – trumpet Eivind Aarset – guitar Jan Bang – samples, live sampling
Track listing:  1a Tenderly Written-By – Frank R. Adams, Walter Gross 2a I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now Written-By – Frank R. Adams, Joe E. Howard, Will M. Hough 3a Wunderbar Written-By – Cole Porter [More]
Something for Lester is an album by American jazz bassist Ray Brown recorded in 1977 and released on the Contemporary label. AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: This excellent trio session forms a sort of transition [More]
One of our favorite records ever by Roy Haynes – a lyrical masterpiece that stands with his best work of the 60s! The set features some wonderful playing by Frank Strozier – who’s handling both [More]
Track listing: 1 Margot´s Vals 5:05 2 Deep Purple 6:01 3 You Stepped Out Of A Dream 3:38 4 A Foggy Day 3:35 5 I Should Care 6:09 6 Inutil Paisagem 6:06 7 Sonny 5:46 [More]
Lookin’ at Monk! is an album by saxophonists Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis and Johnny Griffin featuring compositions associated with Thelonious Monk recorded in 1961 and released on the Jazzland label. Track listing: “In Walked Bud” (Thelonious [More]
“Begin the Beguine” (Cole Porter). A Beguine was originally a Christian lay woman of the 13th or 14th century living in a religious community without formal vows, but in the creole of the Caribbean, especially [More]