Jazz for Playboys is an album by saxophonist Frank Wess, trumpeter Joe Newman and guitarists Kenny Burrell and Freddie Greene recorded in late 1956 and early 1957 and released on the Savoy label. Track listing: [More]
A Jazz Portrait of Frank Sinatra is a 1959 album by The Oscar Peterson Trio, recorded in tribute to singer Frank Sinatra by interpreting songs associated with Sinatra. “This is not one of Oscar Peterson’s [More]
A Grand Night for Swinging is an album by American jazz guitarist Mundell Lowe featuring tracks recorded in 1957 for the Riverside label. The Allmusic review by Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr. awarded the album 4 [More]
Three Trumpets is an album by the Prestige All Stars nominally led by trumpeters Art Farmer, Donald Byrd and Idrees Sulieman, recorded in 1957 and released on the New Jazz label. The Allmusic review by [More]
American ріаnіѕt Kenny Drew (1928-1993) moved tо Cореnhаgеn, Dеnmаrk, in 1964. Although hе mау have ѕоmеwhаt fаdеd from thе rаdаr of Amеrісаn jazz fаnѕ, hе hаd a fаntаѕtіс саrееr in Denmark аnd wаѕ bеlоvеd by [More]
Track listing: 1. Django (J.Lewis) 9:15 2. Willow weep for me (A.Ronell) 4:57 3. Oh, Peter go ring dem bells (Trad.) 4. The last Romantic (N.Pedersen) 5. Elegy (J.Massenet) 6. Tune down (K.Drew) 7. Sometimes [More]
Flight to Denmark is an album led pianist Duke Jordan recorded in 1973 and released on the Danish SteepleChase label. Track listing: “No Problem”(Duke Jordan) – 6:41 “Here’s That Rainy Day” (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny [More]
The Chase Is On is an album by saxophonists Charlie Rouse and Paul Quinichette recorded in 1957 and released on the Bethlehem label. The combination of Rouse and Quinichette was a very satisfactory coupling of [More]
Cattin’ with Coltrane and Quinichette is an album by jazz musicians John Coltrane and Paul Quinichette, released in 1959 on Prestige Records, catalogue 7158. It was recorded at the studio of Rudy Van Gelder in [More]
After Hours with Miss “D” is a 1954 studio album by Dinah Washington. The 2004 CD reissue included an extended take of “Blue Skies”. AllMusic Review by John Bush: Any self-respecting jazz musician would leap [More]