AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: Starting in the late ’50s, Gerry Mulligan recorded a series of encounters with fellow saxophonists that included such immortals as Stan Getz, Paul Desmond, Johnny Hodges and Ben Webster. In [More]
Buck Meets Ruby is an album by trumpeters Buck Clayton and Ruby Braff which was recorded in 1954 and released on the Vanguard label originally as a four track 10-inch LP. AllMusic Review by Ron [More]
Inta Somethin’ is a live album by American jazz trumpeter Kenny Dorham featuring performances recorded at The Jazz Workshop in San Francisco in 1961 and released on the Pacific Jazz label. In a three star [More]
J Mood is an album by Wynton Marsalis that won the Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Jazz Performance, Individual or Group in 1987. AllMusic Review by Michael G. Nastos: Wynton Marsalis pared his band down [More]
The Jazz Skyline is an album by American jazz vibraphonist Milt Jackson featuring performances recorded in 1956 and released on the Savoy label. AllMusic Review by Bob Rusch: This session has interest as an example [More]
Track listing: 0:00 My Honey’s Lovin’ Arms 3:44 Blue Too 7:30 Oh, Lady Be Good 10:39 Dinah 13:51 Tea For Three 15:50 Deep Night 19:42 Remember 24:45 Diga Diga Doo 28:10 I’ll Never Be The [More]
In the early ’80s, Tânia Maria burst upon the U.S. music scene, playing an exuberant blend of Brazilian pop and jazz. Her first few recordings for Concord Picante (of which Come with Me is the [More]
Dial “S” for Sonny is the debut album by jazz pianist Sonny Clark recorded for the Blue Note label and performed by Clark with Art Farmer, Curtis Fuller, Hank Mobley, Wilbur Ware, and Louis Hayes. [More]
Track listing: 1.Keep On 00:01 2.Potential 10:50 3.Errors 15:56 4.Breathe (Feat. Kaya Thomas-Dyke) 26:00 5.7th October 33:24 6.Kyoki 37:34 7.Nucleus 43:40 8.Brian 50:22 Personnel: Maria Medvedeva – alto saxophone Kaya Thomas-Dyke , Rudi Creswick  – [More]
Swing Easy! is the eighth studio album by Frank Sinatra. ” Sinatra plays around with the melodies without leaving them behind, delivering each line with precision. It ranks as one of his most jazzy performances, [More]