Chantal Chamberland – What a Difference a Day Made “What a Dіff’rеnсе a Dау Mаdе” is a рорulаr song оrіgіnаllу wrіttеn іn Spanish by Mаríа Grеvеr, a Mеxісаn ѕоngwrіtеr, іn 1934 wіth the tіtlе, “Cuando [More]
Larry Coryell made his earliest recordings as a leader for Vanguard and most of his sessions from 1968-75. After working for a variety of other labels, he came back for this lone effort in 1979. [More]
Duke Ellington – piano John Coltrane – tenor saxophone
Though not as internationally well known as some of his peers, like Antonio Carlos Jobim and João Gilberto, guitarist/vocalist/composer Carlos Lyra was also a major figure of the early bossa nova movement. This extremely value-priced, [More]
Trombone Jazz Samba is an album by jazz trombonist and arranger Bob Brookmeyer featuring bossa nova compositions recorded in 1962 for the Verve label. AllMusic Review by Ken Dryden: Bob Brookmeyer was in the studio [More]
“‘Round Midnight” (Thelonious Monk) Personnel: Oscar Peterson – piano Nelson Riddle – arranger, conductor Rесоrdеd Nоvеmbеr 8, 10, 1963 Rаdіо Rесоrdеrѕ Studіо, Lоѕ Angеlеѕ, California….
“I’m So New Orleans” from the album “#imsoneworleans” (recorded 2014) Kermit Ruffins – trumpet, vocals
“Moonlight in Vermont” is a popular song about the U.S. state of Vermont, written by John Blackburn and Karl Suessdorf and published in 1943. The lyrics are very unusual for an American pop song of [More]
Song for my Father Album: Song for my Father (1964) Written by: Horace Silver Personnel: Horace Silver — piano Carmell Jones — trumpet Joe Henderson — tenor saxophone Teddy Smith — bass Roger Humphries — [More]
Sarah Vaughan and Billy Eckstine Sing the Best of Irving Berlin is a 1957 studio album featuring Billy Eckstine and Sarah Vaughan, and the songs of Irving Berlin. Although Vaughan had made many recordings with [More]