In the Land of Hi-Fi is a 1955 studio album by the American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan. “In the Land of Hi-Fi is one of Sarah Vaughan’s best jazz dates for EmArcy. Accompanied by an [More]
Better Days CD Joe Pass Jazz Guitar Lead, with Ray Brown ac. bass, Earl Palmer/Paul Humphrey drums, Carol Kaye el. bass some tracks, all-star jazz studio band of Joe Sample piano, Tom Scott sax/flute, Conte [More]
“Laura” (Johnny Mercer / David Raksin) from the album “J.J. Johnson ‎– The Trombone Master” (1961). Personnel: J.J. Johnson – trombone Nat Adderley – cornet Tommy Flanagan – piano Wilbur Little – bass Albert Heath [More]
The Bosses is a 1973 album by American blues shouter “Big Joe” Turner accompanied by a small group led by Count Basie, recorded in 1973 and released on the Pablo label. Count Basie and an [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]
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]
from the album “We’ll Be Together Again” (1988) – Track 4 Personnel: Joe Pass – guitar J.J. Johnson – trombone
First Place is an album by the J. J. Johnson Quartet which was released on the Columbia label. The Allmusic site awarded the album 4 stars, stating:”… First Place is indisputably brilliant”. Track listing: “It’s [More]
Track listing: 1 Wee Dot (Blues For Some Bones) (J.J. Johnson) 14:21 2 Stardust (Hoagy Carmichael/Mitchell Parish) 4:53 3 Move (Denzil Best) 6:52 4 I’ll Remember (April Gene DePaul/Patricia Johnston/Don Raye) 11:11 5 Now’s The [More]
Blue Trombone is an album by J. J. Johnson. An early example of hard bop, the album features pianist Tommy Flanagan, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Max Roach. The album was originally released on Columbia [More]