One Flight Up is an album by American jazz saxophonist Dexter Gordon recorded in 1964 in Paris and released on the Blue Note label. “When he expatriated to Scandinavia just before this session in Paris [More]
Jazz Eyes is an album by saxophonist John Jenkins and trumpeter Donald Byrd recorded in 1957 and released on Regent Records (a subsidiary of Savoy Records). Savoy issued it again later with the alternate title [More]
5 by Monk by 5 is an album by the jazz pianist Thelonious Monk, recorded in 1959. It contains five of Monk’s original compositions performed by a quintet. “As the ’50s drew to a close, [More]
“I Love You” (Cole Porter) from the album “Lush Life“. ” … Coltrane doesn’t have to supplement the frequent redundancy inherent in pianists, so he has plenty of room to express himself through simple and [More]
Tate-a-Tate is an album by saxophonist Buddy Tate with trumpeter/flugelhornist Clark Terry which was recorded in 1960 and released on the Swingville label. “This LP reissue of a Storyville set (which has not yet been [More]
All Mornin’ Long is a jazz album by pianist Red Garland and his quintet. It was originally issued in 1958 on the Prestige label. It features only three pieces, which belong to the hard bop [More]
After Hours is an album by the Prestige All Stars nominally led by trumpeter Thad Jones recorded in 1957 and released on the Prestige label. The album was also re-released as Steamin’ by Frank Wess [More]
Strictly Powell is a studio album by American jazz pianist Bud Powell, released in 1957 by RCA Victor, featuring a session Powell recorded in 1956. The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4 [More]
Altоіѕt Jасkіе McLean tеndеd tо dоwngrаdе his Prestige rесоrdіngѕ duе tо thе low pay, thе lіttlе prior рrераrаtіоn, and thе jаm session fееl of the music. Althоugh аll оf thе аbоvе іѕ true, thе muѕіс [More]
Showboat is an album by American jazz trumpeter Kenny Dorham featuring performances of tunes from the Jerome Kern-Oscar Hammerstein II musical Show Boat recorded in 1960 and released on the Time label. Scott Yanow, writing [More]