Jazz …It’s Magic! is an album by American jazz trombonist Curtis Fuller recorded in 1957 and released on the Regent label a subsidiary of Savoy Records. “Trombonist Curtis Fuller’s recordings for Savoy in the 1950s, [More]
“Many jazz fans have probably searched for this long out of print (except for a lousy bootleg CD reissued by Fresh Sound) record by Benny Golson because of the promising list of musicians present: Bill [More]
Cedar’s Blues is a live album by pianist Cedar Walton’s Quintet recorded in 1985 and released on the Italian Red label. “Although the Eastern Rebellion name is not used on this release, the personnel of [More]
Gone with Golson is the fifth album by saxophonist Benny Golson featuring performances recorded in 1959 and originally released on the New Jazz label. “Shortly before the formation of The Jazztet, tenor-saxophonist Benny Golson and [More]
Caravan is a jazz album released by Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers in February 1963. It was Blakey’s first album for Riverside Records after he signed with them in October 1962. The songs were [More]
Four on the Outside is an album by trombonist Curtis Fuller which was recorded in September 1978 and released on the Dutch Timeless label. “While Curtis Fuller may have reached his peak in the 1960s, [More]
Blue Odyssey is the fourth album led by saxophonist Houston Person which was recorded in 1968 and released on the Prestige label. “Houston Person, the definitive soul-jazz tenor saxophonist of the past 30 years, is [More]
Big 6 is the debut album by American trumpeter Blue Mitchell recorded in 1958 and released on the Riverside label. It contains the first recording of Benny Golson’s jazz standard “Blues March”. The Allmusic review [More]
Sliding Easy is an album by American trombonist Curtis Fuller recorded in 1959 and released on the United Artists label. Track listing: “Bit of Heaven” (Curtis Fuller) – 5:25 “Down Home” (Curtis Fuller) – 4:05 [More]
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]