Curtis Fuller Volume 3 is an album by American trombonist Curtis Fuller recorded in 1957 and released on the Blue Note label as BLP 1583 in the original issue. “Trombonist Curtis Fuller settled in New [More]
“The Lady In My Life” (Rod Temperton) from the album “Magic Touch”. Magic Touch is the first studio album by guitarist Stanley Jordan, released in 1985 by Blue Note Records on vinyl; a CD edition [More]
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]
Leapin’ and Lopin’ is an album by jazz pianist Sonny Clark, released on Blue Note Records, recorded in 1961, and issued in 1962 . It was Clark’s last album as a leader before his death [More]
Blacks and Blues is the third studio album by American jazz flutist Bobbi Humphrey recorded in 1973 and released on the Blue Note label. “Bobbi Humphrey scored her biggest hit with her third album Blacks [More]
Origami Harvest is a studio album by American jazz trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire. The album was released on October 12, 2018 by Blue Note. An album #2 in the JazzTimes’  top 40 new albums  of the [More]
Doin’ Allright is an album by American jazz saxophonist Dexter Gordon recorded in 1961 and released on the Blue Note label. The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4 stars and stating “The [More]
Mustang! is an album by American trumpeter Donald Byrd featuring performances by Byrd with Sonny Red, Hank Mobley, McCoy Tyner, Walter Booker, and Freddie Waits recorded in 1966 and released on the Blue Note label [More]
“Requiem” (Herbie Hancock ) fro an album “Royal Flush” (1961) Personnel: Donald Byrd – trumpet Pepper Adams – baritone saxophone Herbie Hancock – piano Butch Warren – bass Billy Higgins – drums _________________________________ Released: 1961 [More]
The Sermon! is a 1959 album by jazz organist Jimmy Smith. It was produced by the Blue Note record label, and was Smith’s fifteenth album in three years. Allmusic’s Lindsay Planer described the album as [More]