“The colorful cover artwork complements the colorful music by flutist Dave Valentin. Kalahari has ballads that are beautiful and upbeat tunes heavy on syncopated beats with tons of Latin percussion. Included on the album are [More]
“When listening to Out of Sight!, you can’t help but be impressed with how Sanchez manages to seamlessly mesh R&B and Latin jazz. With this release the conguero can add another to his list of [More]
Gin and Orange is a 1969 album by organist Brother Jack McDuff recorded both live and in the studio which was his third release on the Cadet label. “Jimmy Smith might have been the one [More]
Iron City is an album by American jazz guitarist Grant Green featuring performances recorded in 1967 and released on the Cobblestone label in 1972. “… overlooked date that showcases some of Green’s hottest, bluesiest playing.” [More]
This is a somewhat unusual album, featuring tenor saxophonist Charlie Rouse (best known for his 1959-70 period with Thelonious Monk) performing mostly obscure Brazilian songs with rhythm sections that are sometimes closer to funky fusion [More]
This ѕоundtrасk tо a 1977 Clint Eаѕtwооd асtіоn fіlm іѕ a mеmbеr of a rаrе breed of асtіоn ѕоundtrасk -і.е., thе kіnd that іѕ mеlоdіс еnоugh to stand оn іtѕ own аwау frоm the film. [More]
In 2014, pianist Jeff Lorber, guitarist Chuck Loeb and drummer Everette Harp formed the supergroup Jazz Funk Soul after logging many hours on the road and onstage together with one another. That year, they released [More]
All Kooked Out! is the first studio album by New Orleans, Louisiana based drummer Stanton Moore. It was recorded entirely live in the studio with no overdubs and no headphones, in a week-long session that [More]
The Brecker Bros. is the debut album by the American jazz fusion group, The Brecker Brothers. It was released by Arista Records in 1975. AllMusic awarded the album with 4.5 stars and its review by [More]
High Energy is an album recorded in 1974 by American jazz trumpeterFreddie Hubbard. It was first studio album released on the Columbia label and features performances by Hubbard, Joe Sample, George Cables, Junior Cook, Ernie [More]