Track listing: 1) Rockin’ Chair 2) Big Butter And Egg Man (starts at 02:40) 3) My Melancholy Baby (starts at 05:44) 4) Limehouse Blues (starts at 09:21) 5) I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues [More]
First Light is an album by jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard. Recorded in 1971, it features string arrangements by Don Sebesky. It was his third album released on Creed Taylor’s CTI label and features performances by [More]
“Is it possible to go wrong with a Don Pullen solo piano effort? Perhaps this Japanese release is a little slapdash. While probably anyone who has ever sat at a piano dreams of doing a [More]
Track listing: 1. Murdy Purdy 0:00 2. Wire Brush Stomp 3:36 3. Kick it 6:54 4.Jersey Bounce 8:57 5. Cow Cow Boogie 13:11 6. Rose Ann Of Charing Cross 16:38 7. Knock Me A Kiss [More]
Breezing is an album by American saxophonist Sonny Red recorded in late 1960 and released on the Jazzland label. Track listing: All compositions by Sonny Red except as indicated “Brother B” – 5:02 “All I [More]
Rakin’ and Scrapin’ is the second album led by pianist Harold Mabern that was recorded in 1968 and released on the Prestige label. Allmusic awarded the album four stars and reviewer Scott Yanow wrote that [More]
Jackie Davis (December 13, 1920 – November 2, 1999) was an American soul jazz singer, organist and bandleader. He is notable for his contributions in bringing the Hammond organ to the forefront of jazz and [More]
“When You’re Smiling” is a popular song written by Larry Shay, Mark Fisher and Joe Goodwin in 1928. Personnel: Buck Clayton – trumpet Benny Morton – trombone Lester Young – tenor saxophone Teddy Wilson – [More]
A collection of previously unreleased materials by the Kenny Drew Trio, originally recorded for Japanese labels Baystate and Alpha beween 1972 and 1992, now released to commemmorate the 20th anniversary of his passing. A rich [More]
“This album was originally recorded in 1973, when the Canadian expat seemed equally at home in free-improv or the kind of backdrops Gil Evans wrote for Miles Davis in the 1950s and early 1960s. Consequently, [More]