No Absolute Time is an album by French jazz fusion artist Jean-Luc Ponty, released in 1993. It marks his return to the Atlantic label. “A switch back to Atlantic finds Jean-Luc Ponty continuing to dabble [More]
“I Wish You Love” (Charles Trenet) from the album David Newman – “House of David“. “This album boils with inventive hooks and the soulful combination of organ and guitar that would become more pop-oriented on [More]
The Wonderful World of Jazz is an album by pianist and composer John Lewis recorded for the Atlantic label in 1960. “This is one of pianist John Lewis’ most rewarding albums outside of his work [More]
Something Like a Bird is an album by Charles Mingus, released on the Atlantic label in 1981. The album reached a peak position of number 37 on the Billboard’s Jazz Albums chart. Mingus is featured [More]
Olé Coltrane is the ninth album by American saxophonist John Coltrane, released in 1961 on Atlantic Records. The album was recorded at A&R Studios in New York, and was the last of Coltrane’s Atlantic albums [More]
Crosswinds is the second album of fusion drummer Billy Cobham. The album was released in 1974. It comprises four songs, all composed by Billy Cobham. “Billy Cobham’s second date as a leader was one of [More]
The Max Roach Trio Featuring the Legendary Hasaan is an album by American jazz drummer Max Roach, featuring pianist Hasaan Ibn Ali, recorded in 1964 and released on the Atlantic label. The album represents the [More]
Songs of the Beatles is a 1981 album by Sarah Vaughan of songs by The Beatles. The album contains songs written and originally performed by The Beatles with contemporaneous pop and jazz arrangements. On “Something” [More]
The Black Angel is an album by trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, recorded in 1969 and released in 1970. It was his fourth release on the Atlantic label and features performances by Hubbard, James Spaulding, Kenny Barron, [More]
A rаthеr fоrgеttаblе album, thіѕ ѕеt mostly features the okay vocals оf Sylvia Bеnnеtt оn a variety оf оvеrрlауеd swing ѕtаndаrdѕ. Lіоnеl Hampton’s big band іѕ mostly rеѕtrісtеd tо bасkgrоund work wіth occasional ѕhоrt individual [More]