Shorty Rogers Courts the Count is an album by American jazz trumpeter, composer and arranger Shorty Rogers, released on the RCA Victor label in 1954. [More]
“Produced by Bob Thiele and recorded at Electric Lady studios with engineer Eddie Kramer, Barefoot Boy is one of Larry Coryell’s finest recordings as a [More]
“Due to drug problems, trumpeter Howard McGhee did not record all that much in the 1950s. This is among his best all-round sessions of the [More]
“… this is high octane, high energy, beautifully performed jazz fusion of the highest order” – Robert E. (Amazon) Personnel: Simon Phillips – Drums Andy [More]
Steve Gadd Band is the eponymous follow up album to the 2016 Grammy-nominated ‘Way Back Home’. Contains mostly original, groove-oriented tracks written by the band [More]
“Although he has appeared on a countless number of studio sessions, this release was (with the exception of an obscure Japanese date in 1984) drummer [More]
Visions of a New World is an album by keyboardist Lonnie Liston Smith, featuring performances recorded in 1975 and released by the Flying Dutchman label. [More]
The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4½ stars and stated: “By 1984, Steps Ahead’s personnel had stabilized with original keyboardist Warren Bernhardt [More]
Way Out West is an album by bassist Richard Davis recorded in 1977 but not released on the Muse label until 1980. “This is an [More]
Another Land is a studio album by English jazz bassist Dave Holland together with guitarist Kevin Eubanks and drummer Obed Calvaire. The album was released [More]