Album: Explorations (1961) Personnel: Bill Evans – piano Scott LaFaro – bass Paul Motian – drums
Album: “Head Hunters” Personnel: Herbie Hancock – Fender Rhodes electric piano, Hohner D6 clavinet, ARP Odyssey synthesizer, ARP Soloist synthesizer Bennie Maupin – tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, saxello, bass clarinet, alto flute Paul Jackson – [More]
“Love Is Here to Stay” (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) Pres аnd Tеddу іѕ a 1959 jаzz аlbum by The Lеѕtеr Yоung аnd Teddy Wіlѕоn Quаrtеt. Orіgіnаllу rеlеаѕеd bу Vеrvе, іt hаѕ ѕubѕеԛuеntlу been rеіѕѕuеd оn [More]
Steve Kuhn Quartet live at Folk City, New York 1972. Personnel: Steve Kuhn – keyboards George Mraz – bass Bruce Ditmas – drums Sue Evans – percussion
“Sleepy Time Gal” (Ange Lorenzo, Richard A. Whiting). Perry Como – vocals
“No Woman, No Cry” (Bob Marley , Vincent Ford). Monty Alexander – piano.
The Dean Martin Show (April 13, 1967). 1) Polly Bergen sings “Cabaret” and “Something Wonderful”. 2) Dean & Polly sing a medley: Let’s Do It – Let’s Get Away From It All – Let’s Fall [More]
The Soothsayer is the seventh album by Wayne Shorter, recorded in 1965, but not released on Blue Note until 1979.[1] The album features five originals by Shorter and an arrangement of Jean Sibelius’ “Valse Triste”. [More]
Kenny Drew and His Progressive Piano (also released as The Modernity of Kenny Drew) is a 12″ LP record album by American jazz pianist Kenny Drew containing sessions recorded in 1953 and 1954 (some of [More]
Blending the orchestral pop sounds that were popular at the time with his jazz roots, Hackett delivers romantic, artful performances on  In a Mellow Mood’s “Lazy River,” “Mood Indigo,” and “You’re My Thrill.” Influenced by [More]