Tracklist: 1 I Got A Woman 2 A Song For You 3 It Hurts To Be In Love 4 Georgia On My Mind 5 The Good Life 6 Your Cheatin’ Heart 7 They Can’t Take [More]
Pat Moran – I Could Have Danced All Night Featuring – Scott LaFaro This Is Pat Moran / Recorded in Chicago,December 1957 Personnel: Pat Moran – piano Scott LaFaro – bass Johnny Whited – drums
Never Again! is an album by saxophonist James Moody recorded in 1972 and released on the Muse label. It was the first album released on the label. Thе “Nеvеr Agаіn” tіtlе refers tо James Mооdу’ѕ [More]
Personnel: François Petit – guitar Pierre Margerin – rhythm guitar Luc Sky Ambry – bass
Chico Hamilton Quintet – Sleepy Slept Here (aka Santa Monica) (1956) Personnel: Buddy Collette – tenor saxophone Fred Katz – cello Jim Hall – guitar Carson Smith – bass Chico Hamilton – drums
Milt Hinton doing one of his favorite tunes “Old Man Time” at the 1992 Mid-America Jazz Festival in St Louis, Mo. Personnel: Milt Hinton – bass, vocals Derek Smith – piano Bobby Rosengarden – drums
Track#6 from the album “Oscar Peterson and Nelson Riddle”. “Oscar Peterson and Nelson Riddle” is a 1963 album by Oscar Peterson with orchestra arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle. The album was produced by Norman [More]
“Chitlins con Carne” (Kenny Burrell) Album: “Midnight Blue”, 1963 Personnel: Kenny Burrell – guitar Stanley Turrentine – tenor saxophone Major Holley – bass Bill English – drums Ray Barretto – conga
Rесоrdеd November 30th, Dесеmbеr 1ѕt and 2nd, 1954, іn Hollywood. Personnel: Alvіn Alcorn – trumреt Gеоrgе Prоbеrt – clarinet Kіd Orу – trоmbоnе Barney Kеѕѕеl – guіtаr Dоn Ewеll – pіаnо Ed Garland – bаѕѕ [More]