“To some, the term “Ethiopian jazz” might seem impossible; after all, it’s a very American form. But what’s truly surprising isn’t the fact that these [More]
Friends is the thirteenth album by Chick Corea. It features a quartet of Corea, saxophonist Joe Farrell, acoustic bassist Eddie Gómez and drummer Steve Gadd. [More]
“Trumpeter Harry “Sweets” Edison’s first recording as a leader in a decade was this obscure LP from the French Black and Blue label, preceding his [More]
The Stylings of Silver is an album by jazz pianist Horace Silver released on the Blue Note label in 1957 featuring performances by Silver with [More]
A good jazz-funk-fusion album by Weather Report’s bass player Alphonso Johnson, a few songs like “Stump” picked up some disco plays. It’s nice to hear [More]
The Complete Persuasive Trombone Personnel: Drums – Don Lamond Guitar – Barry Galbraith Piano – Dave McKenna, Nat Pierce Reeds – Ed Wasserman, Gene Allen, [More]
Various – The Famous Sound Of Three Blind Mice Vol. 1 Track listing: Isao Suzuki Quartet– Aqua Marine 4:56 Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio– Midnight Sugar 11:59 [More]
After the Storm is the second album by jazz guitarist Norman Brown, released in 1994 on Motown Records. The album peaked at No. 2 on [More]
Coast Concert/Jazz Ultimate collects two of Bobby Hackett’s mid-’50s albums on one CD. Coast Concert from 1955 features Hackett live with old friend Jack Teagarden on a selection of [More]
Don’t It Feel Good is a 1975 funk/jazz-funk album by Ramsey Lewis released on Columbia Records. The album peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard [More]