You Won’t Forget Me is a 1991 studio album by Shirley Horn. Miles Davis made his last appearance as a sideman on this album. “The [More]
Loved Ones is a jazz duo album by Ellis Marsalis and Branford Marsalis. Originally conceived as Ellis’s solo record of songs about “unforgettable women,” it [More]
“Trumpeter Roy Hargrove has the opportunity of a lifetime on this recording, sharing separate songs with five great tenors: Johnny Griffin, Joe Henderson, Branford Marsalis, [More]
“The Branford Marsalis Quartet saw its formation in 1986, it remains Marsalis’ primary mode of expression. The Secret Between the Shadow and the Soul, was [More]
It’s Got to Be Funky is an album by American jazz pianist Horace Silver, his first release on the Columbia label since Silver’s Blue (1956). [More]
Black Codes (From the Underground) is an album by jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis that won two Grammy Awards in 1986: Best Instrumental Jazz Performance, Individual [More]
Sting’s 60th Birthday Show October 1, 2011 Beacon Theater, New York Sting – vocals Branford Marsalis – tenor saxophone Dominic Miller – guitar Vinnie Colaiuta [More]
“Dinner for One Please, James” (Michael Carr). Album: “Eternal” (Recorded October 7–10, 2003; Released September 14, 2004). Personnel: Branford Marsalis – tenor saxophone Joey Calderazzo – piano [More]
Eternal (#7 track) from an album “Eternal”. “Eternal” is an album by saxophonist Branford Marsalis recorded at Tarrytown Music Hall, Tarrytown, New York in October [More]