Meet Betty Carter and Ray Bryant is a 1955 jazz album by singer Betty Carter and pianist Ray Bryant both debuting here on record as leading artists. Although Carter is mentioned first, she is only [More]
Dial J. J. 5 is an album by the J. J. Johnson Quintet which was released on the Columbia label. Track listing: “Tea Pot” (J. J. Johnson) – 5:34 “Barbados” (Charlie Parker) – 4:37 “In [More]
Someday My Prince Will Come is the seventh studio album by Miles Davis for Columbia Records, catalogue CL 1656 and CS 8456 in stereo, released in 1961. The Allmusic site awarded the album 4 stars, [More]
Manhattan Symphonie was recorded just two days after Dexter Gordon‘s legendary gigs at the Village Vanguard with his working band of pianist George Cables, bassist Rufus Reid, and drummer Eddie Gladden. The Allmusic review by [More]
Electric Rendezvous is an album by Italian-American jazz fusion and Latin jazz guitarist Al Di Meola released in 1982. It features Flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucía who also recorded Friday Night in San Francisco with [More]
Thruѕt іѕ a jazz-funk аlbum by Hеrbіе Hаnсосk, released іn September 6, 1974 on Cоlumbіа Rесоrdѕ. It ѕеrvеd as a fоllоw-uр tо Hancock’s аlbum Head Huntеrѕ (1973), and achieved similar commercial ѕuссеѕѕ, аѕ thе аlbum [More]
J Is for Jazz is an album by the J. J. Johnson Quartet which was released on the Columbia label in 1956. Track listing: “Naptown U.S.A.” (J. J. Johnson) – 4:59 “It Might as Well [More]
Take Five Live is a 1961 live album by the American jazz singer Carmen McRae, focusing on the songs composed by Dave Brubeck. This was McRae’s second album with Brubeck; their first, Tonight Only with [More]
Man-Child is the 15th studio album by American jazz pianist Herbie Hancock. The album was released on August 22, 1975 by Columbia Records. Track listing: 1. “Hang Up Your Hang Ups” (Hancock, Ragin, Jackson) 7:29 [More]
Captain Marvel іѕ a jazz аlbum by ѕаxорhоnіѕt Stаn Gеtz released іn 1974 on thе Cоlumbіа Rесоrdѕ lаbеl. The album fеаturеѕ performances by Gеtz wіth Chісk Cоrеа, whо composed most of the material, Stаnlеу Clarke, [More]