Damisi is an album recorded by American saxophonist Harold Land in 1972 for the Mainstream label. In Swahili damisi means “cheerful”. Track listing: All compositions [More]
You Get More Bounce with Curtis Counce! (later released as Councelation) is an album by American jazz bassist Curtis Counce recorded in 1956 and 1957 [More]
“Westward Bound! is a buoyant time capsule of modern jazz on the move, before the free jazz era, when East Coast bop met West Coast [More]
Xocia’s Dance is the thirteenth studio album by American hard bop tenor saxophonist Harold Land as bandleader. The album was initially released in 1981 via Muse Records label [More]
“An excellent hard bop trumpeter, Carmell Jones would probably have been much better-known today if he had not moved to Europe in the mid-’60s at [More]
“The drawing on the cover and the liner notes, such as they are, are rather silly, but the music on this brief, but enjoyable, CD [More]
Clifford Brown – Max Roach Quintet feat. Sonny Rollins & Gerry Mulligan Live at the Continental Restaurant Norfolk, Virginia, June 18, 1956. WNOR-AM radio broadcast. [More]
An album El Tigre is the studio collaborations by the great tenor player Harold Land and guitar master Barney Kessel. Track listing: A1 Lullaby Of [More]
Study in Brown  (EmArcy Records, 1955) is a Clifford Brown and Max Roach album. The album consists predominantly of originals by members of the band. [More]
Although he still wоn рорulаrіtу роllѕ аnd rеmаіnеd a hоuѕеhоld nаmе in thе jazz wоrld, thе end оf organist Jіmmу Smith’s long реrіоd wіth Vеrvе [More]