“Vivo Sonhando” (Antônio Carlos Jobim) Album:”Thе Composer оf Desafinado, Plауѕ”. “Thе Composer оf Desafinado, Plауѕ” is thе dеbut album by Antônіо Carlos Jоbіm, released іn 1963. The аlbum wаѕ іnduсtеd іntо the Lаtіn Grаmmу Hаll [More]
Album: “Silent Feet” “Silent Feet” іѕ аn аlbum bу Gеrmаn double bаѕѕіѕt аnd соmроѕеr Ebеrhаrd Wеbеr recorded іn 1977 аnd released оn the ECM label Personnel: Eberhard Weber – bass Charlie Mariano – soprano saxophone, flute [More]
“I Guess I’ll Have to Change My Plan” (Arthur Schwartz) Album : The Jazz Giants ’56 (1956). The Jazz Giants ’56 is an album by saxophonist Lester Young, first issued in 1956 on Verve Records. Personnel: [More]
“I Can’t Give You Anything But Love” (Fields, McHugh) Personnel: Lester Young – tenor saxophone Oscar Peterson – piano Barney Kessel – guitar Ray Brown – double bass J. C. Heard – drums
“Three King Fishers” (Donovan) Album: “Bacchanal” (1968). Personnel: Gábor Szabó – guitar Jimmy Stewart – guitar Louis Kabok – double bass Jim Keltner – drums Hal Gordon – percussion
“Why Was I Born?” is a 1929 song composed by Jerome Kern, with lyrics written by Oscar Hammerstein II. Nels Cline – guitar.
“Dance Me to the End of Love” (Leonard Cohen). Album: “Careless Love” (2004). Personnel: Madeleine Peyroux — vocals, acoustic guitar Dean Parks — guitars Larry Goldings — piano, Wurlitzer electric piano, Estey Organ, Hammond organ, [More]
“Stella by Starlight” (Ned Washington, Victor Young). From “The Frank Wess Quartet” (1960). The Allmusic site awarded the album 4 stars stating “Frank Wess has long been one of the most underrated flautists in jazz, [More]
Dinah Jams is a 1954 live album by vocalist Dinah Washington. It was remastered in 1990. AllMusic Review by Stephen Cook: Recorded at the start of Dinah Washington’s climb to fame, 1954’s Dinah Jams was [More]