Track listing: A1 On A Clear Day You Can See Forever (Lerner, Lane)  3:05 A2 Happy (James, Bellson, Paich) 3:46 A3 It Was A Very Good Year (Ervin Drake) 2:56 A4 Trav’lin’ Light (Mundy, Mercer, [More]
The Burner’ is an album by saxophonist Red Holloway recorded in 1963 and released on the Prestige label. Track listing: “Monkey Sho’ Can Talk” (Red Holloway) – 3:36 “Brethren” (Red Holloway) – 5:05 “Crib Theme” [More]
The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4 stars, calling the music “a successful effort that should not have taken 20 years to release”. ” There’s quite a lot of audience noise, but the [More]
One оf Barney Kеѕѕеl’ѕ grеаtеѕt albums еvеr – a rаrе Itаlіаn-оnlу session thаt hаѕ a ѕраrklу Brazilian grооvе! Thе record was rесоrdеd in Rоmе іn 1970, and it’s gоt Kеѕѕеl’ѕ guitar frоntіng a combo wіth [More]
“The Manhattan Jazz Orchestra has thrown down the gauntlet. Is anyone else ready to accept the challenge?” – Jack Bowers/AllAboutJazz. “David Matthews’ arrangements of the music of Johann Sebastian Bach for the Manhattan Jazz Orchestra [More]
“Opus No. 1” is a popular song, composed in 1943 by Sy Oliver, with lyrics by Sid Garris. The tune is often titled “Opus One”, or “Opus #1”. It has become a standard song in [More]
Brad Mehldau’s Finding Gabriel is out now on Nonesuch Records. The album features performances by Mehldau on piano, synthesizers, percussion, and Fender Rhodes, as well as vocals. Guest musicians include Ambrose Akinmusire, Sara Caswell, Kurt [More]
Track listing: Strings” – 5:52 “Minority” – 9:20 “Lean Years” – 8:37 “Mom” – 7:23 “Querido” – 6:07 Personnel: Pat Martino – guitar Joe Farrell – tenor saxophone, flute Cedar Walton – piano Ben Tucker [More]
“Basin Street Blues” (Spencer Williams) from the Bell Telephone Hour: The American Song, February 2, 1964. Personnel: Louis Armstrong – trumpet, vocals Russell “Big Chief” Moore – trombone Joe Darensbourg – clarinet Billy Kyle – [More]
At Carnegie Hall is a jazz live album by the Dave Brubeck Quartet. It was recorded at the famed Carnegie Hall in New York City on Friday, February 22, 1963. Critic Thom Jurek described it [More]