Although drummer Pete Magadini is the leader of this set , it is tenor saxophonist Don Menza who really dominates the music (Scott Yanow, AllMusic). This charming and curious record sheds light on four woefully [More]
You’re Gonna Hear From Me is a live album by American pianist Bill Evans with Eddie Gómez and Marty Morell recorded at the Jazzhus Montmartre in Copenhagen in 1969 but not released until the 1980s [More]
The Allmusic review by Nathan Bush awarded the album 4½ stars and stated “Guitar Groove is arguably Thomas’ strongest date as leader”. “It (“Guitar Groove”) showcases René at great length, establishing him as one of [More]
Groovin’ High is an album by American pianist Hank Jones recorded in 1978 for the Muse label. The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4½ stars and stated: “This is essentially a bebop [More]
The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4 stars, calling the music “a successful effort that should not have taken 20 years to release”. ” There’s quite a lot of audience noise, but the [More]
Adam’s Apple is the tenth album by American jazz saxophonist  Wayne Shorter. The Allmusic review by Stacia Proefrock awarded the album five stars and stated that “this is one of the great works of mid-’60s [More]
“A good example of the ageless trombonist’s talents” (Scott Yanow, AllMusic). Track listing: See See Rider 6:17 Shortcake 8:51 Sweet Georgia Gillespie 3:21 My Funny Valentine 6:45 Just Friends 7:00 Misterioso 5:53 You Stepped Out [More]
Dial “S” for Sonny is the debut album by jazz pianist Sonny Clark recorded for the Blue Note label and performed by Clark with Art Farmer, Curtis Fuller, Hank Mobley, Wilbur Ware, and Louis Hayes. [More]
Conversin’ with the Elders is the fourth album by saxophonist James Carter recorded in late 1995 and early 1996 and released on the Atlantic label.[1] The album features guest appearances by Lester Bowie, Larry Smith, [More]
Straight Flight is a 1979 studio album by American jazz guitarist John Abercrombie released via JAM label. The record contains six jazz standards. AllMusic Review by Ken Dryden: John Abercrombie is joined by fellow Berklee [More]