“When Lights are Low” (Benny Carter & Spencer Williams). Album: “Blue Haze”. Blue Hаzе is a соmріlаtіоn оf trасkѕ rесоrdеd in 1953 аnd 1954 by Miles Dаvіѕ fоr Prеѕtіgе Rесоrdѕ. Personnel: Miles Davis – trumpet [More]
Personnel: Lester Young – tenor saxophone, John Lewis – piano Gene Ramey – bass Jo Jones – drums New York, March 8 1951.
“Bachianas Brasileiras N°5” (Heitor Villa-Lobos). Album: “The Sheriff” (1963). Personnel: Milt Jackson – vibraphone John Lewis – piano Percy Heath – double bass Connie Kay – drums
Album:”The Music of John Lewis” (March 24, 2017) Composed bу Jоhn Lewis Jаnuаrу 19, 2013 Rоѕе Theater Wаtсh Wуntоn Mаrѕаlіѕ, Jon Bаtіѕtе, аnd ѕеvеrаl members оf the Jаzz аt Lincoln Cеntеr Orсhеѕtrа perform “Dеlаunау’ѕ Dіlеmmа” off [More]
Groovin’ High was written by the great trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie in 1945. The chord changes are based off of Paul Whiteman’s composition Whispering. (https://www.learnjazzstandards.com/jazz-standards/groovin-high/). Personnel: Dizzy Gillespie – trumpet Charlie Parker – alto saxophone John [More]
FROM ”COLLABORATION”. Personnel: John Lewis – piano Milt Jackson – vibraphone Laurindo Almeida – guitar Percy Heath – bass Connie Kay – drums RCA Webster Hall, NYC, July 21, 1964
Dorothy Fields/Jimmy McHugh – Don’t Blame Me Live recording from 1999 John Lewis – piano  
“J.J. Johnson played trombone like nobody else in the bebop era. This Blue Note recording, as usual with this label, sounds great and all the sidemen are first class. This recording belongs in every serious [More]
Recorded June 22, 1953 J.J. Johnson – trombone Clifford Brown – trumpet Jimmy Heath – tenor & barithone saxophone John Lewis – piano Percy Heath – bass Kenny Clarke – drums