“On his first LP for Palo Alto, Richie Cole got to meet up for the only time on record with altoist Art Pepper. Together with pianist Roger Kellaway, bassist Bob Magnusson and drummer Billy Higgins, [More]
Out of This World is an album by the Pepper Adams Donald Byrd Quintet. The album features the recording debut of pianist Herbie Hancock. “This set of sides recorded with the then-fledgling Donald Byrd/Pepper Adams [More]
“Shihab’s compositions and solos are the stars here, but the band is terrific too, with fine solo contributions from the likes of bassist Niels Henning Orsted-Pedersen, trumpeter Palle Mikkelborg, tenor saxophonist Bent Jaedig and numerous [More]
Charlie Ventura And His “Bop For The People” Septet – The Complete Pasadena Concert (1949). Track listing: 01. Intro 02. Yesterdays 03. Intro Of Musicians / The Peanut Vendor 04. Euphoria 05. Fine And Dany [More]
Track listing: A1 Tree Of Hope 4:52 A2 Blues For Blokes 3:42 A3 Baby Blue 4:04 A4 Jeepers Creepers 4:52 B1 Rock Me Gently 4:56 B2 Hand Me Down Love 4:58 B3 Mabulala 3:20 B4 [More]
Pepper Adams Quintet (reissued as Pepper Adams 5), is the debut album by baritone saxophonist Pepper Adams recorded in 1957 and originally released on the Mode label. The Allmusic review by Ron Wynn states “Pepper [More]
Bob Gordon (11 June 1928–28 August 1955) was an American cool jazz baritone saxophonist born in St. Louis, Missouri, best known as a sideman for musicians like Stan Kenton, Shelly Manne, Chet Baker, Maynard Ferguson, [More]
Jeru is an album recorded by American jazz saxophonist and bandleader Gerry Mulligan featuring performances recorded in 1962 which were released on the Columbia label. Whіlе Gerry Mullіgаn was fаmоuѕ in thе 1950s for lеаdіng [More]
Track listing: 01 – Adriana (Opus 3 No.1) (Moacir Santos) 02 – Evocative (Moacir Santos) 03 – What If (Yanna Cotti/Moacir Santos) 04 – A Riddle (Curt Berg) 05 – Make Mine Blue (Yanna Cotti/ [More]
Motor City Scene, also released as Stardust, is an album by American saxophonist Pepper Adams and trumpeter Donald Byrd, recorded in 1960 and released on the Bethlehem label as BCP 6056 featuring Byrd and Adams [More]