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]
Track listing: 1 Keep That Same Old Feeling 2 When There’s Love Around 3 Band Intros 4 Sweet ‘N Sour 5 Just A Little Grease 6 Hard Times > Band Intros 7 Encore Break 8 [More]
Free Again is an album by saxophonist Gene Ammons recorded in 1972 and released on the Prestige label. Track listing: “Crazy Mary” – 4:50 “Free Again” (Armand Canfora, Joss Baselli, Robert Colby) – 6:20 “Fru [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]
The Jazz Crusaders at the Lighthouse is a live album by The Jazz Crusaders recorded in 1962 and released on the Pacific Jazz label. Track listing: “Congolese Sermon” (Wayne Henderson) – 6:50 “Cathy’s Dilemma” (Henderson) [More]
Aftеr a ԛuаrtеr оf a сеnturу іn thе Warner Bros. camp аnd fіvе уеаrѕ on the rесоrdіng ѕіdеlіnеѕ, Rаndу Crаwfоrd drеw a сіrсlе back to the beginning, reuniting wіth kеуbоаrdіѕt Joe Sample. In turn, thе [More]
The Peace-Maker is an album by American saxophonist Harold Land recorded in late 1967 and early 1968 for the Cadet label. AllMusic Review by Jason Ankeny: The first pairing of tenor saxophonist Harold Land and [More]
AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: Pianist Joe Sample’s Warner Bros. session mostly features relaxed acoustic music. Sample emphasizes his original melodies during his improvisations and is backed quite ably by bassist Jay Anderson, drummer Ralph [More]
Black Byrd is a 1973 album by Donald Byrd and his first for Blue Note Records produced by Larry Mizell, assisted by his brother, former Motown producer Fonce. In the jazz funk idiom, it is [More]
AllMusic Review by Thom Jurek: In 1971, the Jazz Crusaders reinvented themselves for the first time. First they dropped the word “jazz” from their moniker, and secondly they wholeheartedly embraced electric bass and guitars in [More]