“An excellent Brazilian guitarist, Baden Powell has played with his share of American jazz greats (including Herbie Mann and the late Stan Getz). But there’s no jazz to be found on Seresta Brasiliera, which was [More]
Track listing: 00:00 Hommage A Enelram Atsenig 04:21 Days Of Wine And Roses 11:39 Christmas Dreams 18:54 Juste Un Moment 24:56 Gattito 31:04 Cherokee Personnel: J.F. Jenny-Clark – bass Aldo Romano – drums Michel Petrucciani [More]
Gypsy Folk Tales is an album by drummer Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers recorded in 1977 and released on the Roulette label. “The 1977 version of The Jazz Messengers introduced two new voices to [More]
Donald Christopher Barber (born 17 April 1930) is an English jazz musician, best known as a bandleader and trombonist. Track listing: A1 Stevedoor Stomp 3:17 A2 Come Friday 5:47 A3 Sweet Sue 7:46 B1 Wild [More]
“Recorded in 1974, Ray Bryant’s In the Cut is the one recording in his career that stands out from all the others — not necessarily because it is the best thing he ever cut, but [More]
Pat Metheny‘s “America Undefined,” from his album ‘From This Place,’ due February 21, 2020, on Nonesuch Records. Pre-order the album at https://amzn.to/2qc7U0y Composed by Pat Metheny Arranged by Pat Metheny and Gwilym Simcock Orchestral Arrangment [More]
Track listing: A1 00:00 – 03:42 01 – Lolita A2 03:42 – 07:25 02 – Sounds from the sea’s edge A3 07:25 – 11:10 03 – Himiola A4 11:10 – 16:26 04 – Ariadne A5 [More]
Track listing: 1 When I’m Blue 2 Mack The Knife (Kurt Weill) 11:02 3 Them Their Eyes (Pinkard, Tauber, Tracy) 20:04 4 You’ve Changed (Carey, Fischer) 30:58 5 Stompin’ at the Savoy (Goodman, Razaf, Sampson, [More]
Broadcasts from the Southland Cafe, Boston, 1940 (Side A) & from Hotel Lincoln, NYC, 1941 (side B). Record produced from unpublished recording dating back more than 30 years. A few changes such as removing scratches [More]
White Satin is a 1960 studio album by the George Shearing Quintet and Orchestra, arranged by Billy May. Track listing: “Your Name Is Love” (Gene de Paul, Charles Rinker) “Dream” (Johnny Mercer) “Laura” (David Raksin, [More]