“A Zoot Suit (For My Sunday Gal) was written by Wolfe Gilbert and Bob O’Brien. It received a lot of attention; it was one of the most popular tunes of its time. It was played [More]
International Society of Bassists – New Music Summit Fort Collins, Colorado, 2015 Personnel: Mark Dresser – base Sebastian Gramss – base
Opus One, arranged by Marty Paich, performed by Terry Gibbs Big Band, March 26, 1982 for WGBH-PBS TV. Trumpets: Bill Berry, Pete Candoli, John Audino, Conte Candoli; Trombones: Benny Powell, Charlie Loper, Dick “Slide” Hyde; [More]
A duet by Jane Monheit and Michael Buble from the album “Taking a Chance on Love”.
Tracklist: A1 How Hi The Fi 0:00 A2 Blue Moon 13:53 B1 Sentimental Journey 27:59 B2 Moten Swing 41:51 Personnel: Trumpet – Buck Clayton, Joe Newman (# B1, B2), Joe Thomas (4) (#A1, A2) Tenor [More]
Track listing:  1a Tenderly Written-By – Frank R. Adams, Walter Gross 2a I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now Written-By – Frank R. Adams, Joe E. Howard, Will M. Hough 3a Wunderbar Written-By – Cole Porter [More]
Something for Lester is an album by American jazz bassist Ray Brown recorded in 1977 and released on the Contemporary label. AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: This excellent trio session forms a sort of transition [More]
Track listing: A1 When Do We Start (Ron Corsaro) 5:35 A2 Think On Me (George Cables) 6:06 A3 Night (Frank Severino) 3:31 A4 Dee Dee’s Dilemma (Pete Jolly, Tommy Tedesco) 5:52 B1 Windows (Chick Corea) 5:10 B2 Denny T’s Mantra (Tommy Tedesco) 4:27 B3 Leann (Jon Kurnick) 4:20 B4 [More]