Sky Dive is the twentieth album by jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, recorded in 1972. It was his fourth album released on Creed Taylor’s CTI label and features performances by Hubbard, Keith Jarrett, George Benson, Ron [More]
A New Kind of Soul is the debut album by American jazz pianist Larry Willis recorded in 1970 and originally released on the LLP label before being reissued US on Brunswick Records in 1972. “More [More]
That Lovin’ Feelin’ is an album by jazz pianist Junior Mance which was released on the Milestone label in 1972. “As a rule, people who appreciate Ray Bryant and Gene Harris have an easy time [More]
The Prophet is an album by jazz organist Johnny Hammond recorded for the Kudu label (a subsidiary of CTI Records) in 1972. Track listing: “Prophet” (Alfred Ellis) – 7:35 “Tomorrow Belongs to the Children” (Bob [More]
New Improved Funk is an album by American jazz guitarist George Freeman recorded in 1973 and released on the Groove Merchant label. “The title says it all in three words, but New Improved Funk demands [More]
“Known previously for his tenure behind R&B legend Ray Charles, trumpeter Billy Brooks proved himself an uncommonly skilled practitioner of jazz-funk with his solo debut Windows of the Mind. “Forty Days” (later sampled to potent [More]
One for Me is an album by organist Shirley Scott recorded in 1974 and released on the Strata-East label. “The record is a beauty with Harold Vick, perhaps the most suited and sensitive horn player [More]
Track listing: 1.The Mood 2.On My Way Home 3.Intimate Transitions (Jardin Le Sonn) 4.Stand Up ft. Talib Kweli 5.Moroccan Dancehall 6.Shenanigans 7.Capricorn Rising 8.Journey Exotique 9.Serendipity 10.Destination Hope ft. Chris Turner & J. Ivy Personnel: [More]
Some Shapes to Come is the debut album by American saxophonist Steve Grossman. It was released in 1974 by PM Records. “By the time Steve Grossman released this debut, he and percussionist Don Alias had [More]
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]