Realization is the debut album by American jazz trumpeter Eddie Henderson recorded in 1973 and released on the Capricorn label. “Although the electric Herbie Hancock Sextet (and septet) left only a slim three-album discography on [More]
Mobius is an album by pianist Cedar Walton recorded in 1975 and released on the RCA label in 1975. Track listing: “Blue Trane” (John Coltrane) – 10:04 “Soho” (Cedar Walton) – 10:32 “Off Minor” (Thelonious [More]
Rubberband is a Miles Davis album, recorded in 1985 and released on Rhino Records and Warner Records on September 6, 2019. Track listing: “Rubberband of Life” – 5:43 “This Is It” – 4:36 “Paradise” – [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]
Tracklisting: A1 Cruising Boy A2 Elisa Street A3 Go Away Anywhere A4 Hot Corner B1 House Of Peninsula B2 Breakwater B3 Through The Sky B4 Jungle Of Heaven B5 Alone At Last, And Then Personnel: [More]
Señor Blues is an album by American trombonist Urbie Green featuring performances with Grover Washington, Jr. and the David Matthews Big Band recorded in 1977 and released on the CTI label. “Overlooking his commercial efforts [More]
Keep Your Soul Together is an album recorded in 1973 by jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard. It was his fifth studio album released on Creed Taylor’s CTI label and features performances by Hubbard, Junior Cook, George [More]
“Most of Eddie Harris’ recordings on the Dutch Timeless label in the mid-’80s saw some action in the States but not this one, which was only released in Europe. A shame, for this was mostly [More]
The Man with the Horn is an album released by Miles Davis in 1981, featuring drummer Al Foster, saxophonist Bill Evans, guitarists Mike Stern and Barry Finnerty, and others. It was Davis’s first new release [More]
“This excellent CD features organist Charles Earland, guitarist Bobby Broom, drummer Buddy Williams and percussionist Ralph Dorsey being joined by trumpeter Lew Soloff and either Grover Washington (on two songs) or David Newman (appearing on [More]