“In October of 1956, in the wake of the success of This Is Teagarden, Capitol Records had the legendary trombonist enter the studio to record a series of spirituals, using Van Alexander (who had worked [More]
“In Orbit is an album by jazz trumpeter Clark Terry, also featuring Thelonious Monk, which was recorded in New York on May 7 & 12, 1958. It was Monk’s only Riverside appearance as sideman, the [More]
In this video, Dick Hyman acknowledges his acoustic mastery as well as his electronic explorations while improvising on the piano and the newly re-issued Moog Modular System 55. American pianist and composer Dick Hyman is [More]
J.J.’s Broadway is an album by jazz trombonist and arranger J. J. Johnson recorded in 1963 for the Verve label. AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: This is one of the more obscure J.J. Johnson LPs. [More]
Recorded in February and March 1967 and released in the following year when in the USA the tectonic plates of jazz had already started to shift, Mexican Green was a tour de force recording for [More]
New View is a live album by saxophonist John Handy and his quintet, recorded and released in 1967. It was Handy’s second live and third release for Columbia. AllMusic Rеvіеw by Sсоtt Yanow: Altоіѕt John [More]
Track listing: Resignation 1:07 Cry Me a River 9:22 Quit 17:20 Untitled 22:25 Personnel: Brad Mehldau – piano Larry Grenadier – bass Jorge Rossy – drums
Live concert in Paris, Oct. 2010, with the Ethics Band. Personnel: Eivind Aarset – guitar Mieko Miyazaki – koto & vocals Matthieu Michel – flugerhorn Philippe Garcia – drums Michel Benita – bass  
The lineup of the International Sweethearts of Rhythm changed throughout the band’s career. Anna Mae Winburn – band leader, singer, piano, guitar Clora Bryant – trumpet and vocalist Evelyn McGee – vocalist Pauline Braddy – [More]
Adelaide Hall, Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – Creole Love Call (1927). Adelaide Hall – vocals Duke Ellington – piano, bandleader