Tell It the Way It Is! is an album recorded in 1963 by Paul Gonsalves. Former Duke Ellington band members Gonsalves, Johnny Hodges and Ray Nance teamed up with Swedish trumpeter Rolf Ericson and pianist [More]
Mixing Zappa classics and originals, Bollani celebrates the arts of improv and Zappa’s legacy as both a great melodist and a cultural subversive (The Guardian, https://goo.gl/Mo3aTh) Track listing: [00:00] A Cosmik Intro ( S. Bollani) [More]
Historic Concerts is a live album by Cecil Taylor and Max Roach recorded at the McMillin Theatre, Columbia University, NYC on December 15, 1979 and released on the Soul Note label in 1984. The album [More]
“A nice date that spotlights Hamilton’s flexibility. Various units and teams are paired. Jimmy Rowles (p) is the highlight.” – Ron Wynn/Allmusic Track listing: A1 So Little Time 5:58 A2 Royal Orchid Blues 5:15 A3 [More]
From album “Joe Maneri Quartet ‎– Coming Down The Mountain”, released in 1997 by hatOLOGY. Personnel: Joe Maneri – reeds, piano Mat Maneri – violin Ed Schuller – bass Randy Peterson – drums “Microtonal master, [More]
Who was “John” here with the “idea”? John Hammond, the producer of the recording session. The song was written by Count Basie and was recorded on July 7, 1937. It was released as Decca 1363 [More]
“Rockin’ Chair” is a 1929 popular song with music composed by Hoagy Carmichael. Roy Eldridge – trumpet
“Midwest Mash” ( Adam Schroeder) from the CD “Handful Of Stars” Personnel: Adam Schroeder – baritone saxophone Graham Dechter – guitar John Clayton – bass Jeff Hamilton – drums
Introducing Kenny Cox is the debut album by American jazz pianist Kenny Cox featuring performances recorded in 1968 and released on the Blue Note label. “Originally released in 1968, Introducing Kenny Cox and the Contemporary [More]
  “Live 1967 quartet session from Switzerland. The concert consists of ten classic jazz standards, played in the be-bop/mainstream jazz style to a clearly appreciative audience. They are all tunes which Byas and Thompson played [More]