Kelly Blue is an album by American jazz pianist Wynton Kelly, released in 1959. “Recorded for Riverside, this set mostly features the influential pianist Wynton Kelly in a trio with his fellow rhythm-section mates from [More]
“Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise” (O. Hammerstein, S. Romberg). Album:” Eric Dolphy -The Illinois Concert “. Recorded:Live at the University of Illinois, Champaign, IL , March 10, 1963. Personnel: Eric Dolphy – flute, bass [More]
BBB & Co. (subtitled Benny, Ben & Barney) is an album by swing musicians Benny Carter, Ben Webster and Barney Bigard recorded in 1962 and originally released by the Swingville label. The Allmusic review by [More]
Theme from New York, New York” (or “New York, New York”) is the theme song from the Martin Scorsese film New York, New York (1977), composed by John Kander, with lyrics by Fred Ebb. Frank [More]
Bossa Nova: New Brazilian Jazz is an album by Argentine composer, pianist and conductor Lalo Schifrin recorded in 1962 and released on the Audio Fidelity label.[3][4] The album was released during the height of the [More]
Two Bones is an album by American trombonist Curtis Fuller recorded in 1958 but not released until the Japanese King Records label issued it in 1980 under license. The session (plus additional alternate takes) was [More]
Woody Herman is scorching one-hour concert from 1964 with the participation of one of the hottest sets themselves “Swinging Herd”, including the trumpeter Bill Chase, trombonist Phil Wilson and the amazing saxophonist Sal Nistico, and [More]
A Tribute to Cannonball is a studio album by jazz pianist Bud Powell and tenor saxophonist Don Byas, released on Columbia in March 1979, featuring a session recorded at the Studio Charlot in Paris on [More]
Set Listing: Optimism (Steve Davis) Brother Mister (Christian McBride) Black Narcissus (Joe Henderson) The Black Messiah Part Two (George Duke) A Taste of Honey (Bobby Scott, Ric Marlow) Personnel: Christian McBride – bass, bandleader MC [More]
AllMusic Review by AllMusic: Guitarist Lee Ritenour has long been associated with Brazilian styles (especially after playing with Sergio Mendes’s Brasil ’77 in the ’70s), and 2005’s WORLD OF BRAZIL continues that association to excellent [More]