“In Your Own Sweet Way” is a 1955 jazz standard, and one of the most famous compositions by Dave Brubeck. It was written around 1952, but its copyright notice was dated 1955. Brubeck’s wife Iola, [More]
A New Kind of Soul is the debut album by American jazz pianist Larry Willis recorded in 1970 and originally released on the LLP label before being reissued US on Brunswick Records in 1972. “More [More]
Lush Life is a studio album released by jazz pianist Dave Burrell. It was first released by Denon Records on April 2, 1978. “Dave Burrell is heard in two very different contexts on this Denon [More]
Tap: Book of Angels Volume 20 is an album by guitarist Pat Metheny performing compositions from John Zorn’s Masada Book Two. The album was released simultaneously on Tzadik Records and Nonesuch Records. Though Zorn and [More]
Easin’ It is a studio album by Count Basie and his orchestra recorded between 1960 and 1962. The album contains a collaboration by Frank Foster, a well known member from Basie’s big band. All tracks [More]
A Ghetto Lullaby is a live album by American saxophonist Jackie McLean recorded at the Jazzhus Montmartre in 1973 and released on the SteepleChase label. “Within a five day period in 1973, altoist Jackie McLean, [More]
Dexter Blows Hot and Cool is a 1955 album by jazz musician Dexter Gordon. The Billboard Reviewer noted that Gordon appeared “somewhat mellowed, making little attempt to impress either as a technician or melodic innovator” [More]
The Bassist! is an album by jazz bassist Sam Jones recorded in 1979 and released on the Interplay label. “Virtually all of Sam Jones’ occasional dates as a leader featured him in a purely supportive role [More]
Dominic Miller – Saint Vincent from the album “Absinthe” (2019). “With Absinthe, his second release for ECM, guitarist Dominic Miller has created an album colored by a distinct atmosphere. “The first thing that came to [More]
“This is a fantastic live recording. The first half of the CD are from 1963 and feature George Coleman, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, and Tony Williams. The band is in fine form, with excellent solos [More]