“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]
Panamanhattan is a live album by bassist Ron Carter and accordionist Richard Galliano recorded in Paris in 1990 and released on the Dreyfus Jazz label. The Allmusic site awarded the album 5 stars, stating: “A [More]
This album is dedicated to the memory of Bill Evans. Track listing: A1 Rendezvous (Richie Beirach) A2 Distant Dream (Richie Beirach) A3 Natural Selection (Richie Beirach) A4 Inborn (Richie Beirach) B1 Rectilinear (Richie Beirach) B2 [More]
The songs was written when Metheny was living in Boston and teaching at the Berklee School of Music. Pat Metheny – guitar Richard Bona – bass Antonio Sanchez – drums
“My Love and I” (Johnny Mercer, David Raksin). Personnel: Charlie Haden – bass Ernie Watts – tenor saxophone Metropole Orkest Strings (conducted by Vince Mendoza)
You’re Me is an album by pianist Tommy Flanagan and bassist Red Mitchell. The album was recorded on February 24, 1980, in New York City. “Any musician was fortunate to have either Tommy Flanagan or [More]
On “Bass Extremes: Cookbook”, Victor Wooten and Steve Bailey spearhead a veritable bass invitational with special guests Oteil Burbridge, Will Lee, Gregg Bissonette, Kenny Aranoff, and more. The twelve tracks (one vocal, “Bassically Yours” performed [More]
Hands is a 2010 album by English jazz double bassist Dave Holland and Spanish flamenco guitarist Pepe Habichuela. “Dave Holland is best known as one of the great jazz bassists of his generation. Pepe Habichuela [More]
“Although a Mosaic box set claims to have all of Charles Mingus’s Candid recordings, this CD, in addition to four duplications from the box, contains three alternate takes not included elsewhere: “Body and Soul” (featuring [More]
Memoirs is an album by pianist Paul Bley, bassist Charlie Haden and drummer Paul Motian recorded in 1990 and released on the Italian Soul Note label. “Memoirs serves as a tidy summation of Paul Bley’s [More]