From the album “Musart”. Musart is an album by American saxophonist George Braith, his second and final effort for Prestige Records. It was recorded in 1966 and 1967, and released in mid 1967 Personnel: George [More]
“Old MacDonald Had a Farm” is a children’s song and nursery rhyme about a farmer named MacDonald (sometimes known as “McDonald” or “Macdonald”) and the various animals he keeps on his farm. Personnel: Ella Fitzgerald [More]
Ken Peplowski – clarinet Frank Vignola – guitar
“On the Sunny Side of the Street” is a 1930 song, with credited music composed by Jimmy McHugh and lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Some authors say that Fats Waller was actually the composer, but he [More]
On a Turquoise Cloud (Lawrence Brown & Duke Ellington) Personnel: Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn – trombobe Jimmy Hamilton – clarinet, tenor saxophone Johnny Hodges – alto saxophone Al Sears – tenor saxophone Harry Carney – [More]
Grady Tate – vocals Grady Tate (born January 14, 1932) is an American hard bop and soul-jazz drummer and singer with a distinctive baritone voice.
“The English translation of this album title is “trouble on the road,” and this seems to be the theme of the first two performances on this collection of solo piano pieces. Superficially it may seem [More]
NBC Radio Broadcast. Date: October 20, 1939. Track listing: “Nightmare” (Opening Theme) “Out Of Nowhere” “Put That Down In Writing” “Many Dreams Ago” “What Is This Thing Called Love” “Day In, Day Out” “One Foot [More]
Track listing: 1 Plum Island (Charlie Mariano) 5:16 2 Ballad For Ryan And Ambika (Nicola Fiszman) 3:40 3 Cuffe Parade (Charlie Mariano) 10:51 4 Randy 10:51 7:09 5 Mute (Jasper van’t Hof) 6:05 6 Tooth [More]
“Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!” (Ed Rose and Abe Olman) Orrin Tucker and His Orchestra Bonnie Baker – vocals