The Soothsayer is the seventh album by Wayne Shorter, recorded in 1965, but not released on Blue Note until 1979.[1] The album features five originals by Shorter and an arrangement of Jean Sibelius’ “Valse Triste”. [More]
Roll Call is an album by jazz tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley. Considered one of his best alongside Soul Station (also recorded in 1960), Roll Call features some of the most prominent musicians of the hard [More]
“Cantaloupe Island” (Herbie Hancock). Personnel: Freddie Hubbard – trumpet Joe Henderson – tenor saxophone Herbie Hancock – piano Ron Carter – bass Tony Williams – drums Blue Note Concert live.
“Butch And Butch” (Oliver Nelson ) Album: “The Blues and the Abstract Truth” The Blues and the Abstract Truth is an album by American composer and jazz saxophonist Oliver Nelson recorded in February 1961. Personnel: [More]
“Stolen Moments” (Oliver Nelson ) Album: “The Blues and the Abstract Truth” The Blues and the Abstract Truth is an album by American composer and jazz saxophonist Oliver Nelson recorded in February 1961. Personnel: Oliver [More]
“Hoe Down” (Oliver Nelson ) Album: “The Blues and the Abstract Truth” The Blues and the Abstract Truth is an album by American composer and jazz saxophonist Oliver Nelson recorded in February 1961. Personnel: Oliver [More]
” Cascades” (Oliver Nelson ) Album: “The Blues and the Abstract Truth” The Blues and the Abstract Truth is an album by American composer and jazz saxophonist Oliver Nelson recorded in February 1961. Personnel: Oliver [More]
“Teenie’s Blues” (Oliver Nelson ) Album: “The Blues and the Abstract Truth” The Blues and the Abstract Truth is an album by American composer and jazz saxophonist Oliver Nelson recorded in February 1961. Personnel: Oliver [More]
“Yearnin'” (Oliver Nelson ) Album: “The Blues and the Abstract Truth” The Blues and the Abstract Truth is an album by American composer and jazz saxophonist Oliver Nelson recorded in February 1961. Personnel: Oliver Nelson [More]
Empyrean Isles is the fourth album by American jazz pianist Herbie Hancock, recorded on June 17, 1964 for Blue Note Records. It features the debut of two of his most popular compositions, “One Finger Snap” [More]