Track listing: 00:00 – Maui Chimes 03:06 – Maui Girl 05:41 – Sweetheart Mine 09:51 – Hawaiian War Chant 12:04 – The Hukilau Song 14:45 – My Little Grass Shack 17:22 – O Malakapua 22:19 [More]
This Is Me is the seventh studio album by jazz guitarist Emily Remler. It was her first excursion into electric jazz-pop and her last recording, completed shortly before her death. It is an ambitious production [More]
“It was recorded in 1976 by the Italian public broadcasting television (RAI), with a limited version of the Organic Music Society, with Cherry on vocals, trumpet and percussion, Nana Vasconcelos on percussion, Italian guitarist Gian [More]
Breeze from the East is a 1963 album by vibraphonist Cal Tjader, arranged by Stan Applebaum. The album features jazzy lounge music with a quasi-Asian sound. “Cal Tjader’s Breeze from the East combined the vibist’s [More]
‘Touba’ from the Vijay Iyer Trio album ‘Uneasy‘. Vijay Iyer presents a powerful new trio, in which he is joined by two key figures in creative music, Tyshawn Sorey and Linda May Han Oh. “We [More]
“That Ole Devil Called Love” is a song written in 1944 by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher. It was first recorded by Billie Holiday, who released it as the B-side of her hit “Lover Man” [More]
The Gary McFarland Orchestra is an album by Gary McFarland’s Orchestra with guest soloist jazz pianist Bill Evans recorded in 1963 for the Verve label. Track listing: All compositions by Gary McFarland “Reflections in the [More]
“The mysterious bassist Henry Grimes, who disappeared altogether in 1967, only led this one recording session; it has been reissued on CD. Although Grimes played in a wide variety of settings in the late 1950s, [More]
Track listing: 1 What A Difference A Day Made 6:06 2 Detour Ahead 5:33 3 Bewitched, Bothered, And Bewildered 4:18 4 You Must Believe In Spring 5:13 5 Beautiful Love 3:45 6 Alice In Wonderland [More]
Say It Loud! is an album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson recorded for the Blue Note label in 1968 and featuring Donaldson with Blue Mitchell, Charles Earland, Jimmy Ponder, and Leo Morris. Track listing: “Say [More]