Heads is the fifth album by jazz musician Bob James. It was his first album released on his newly formed Tappan Zee label, which was distributed at the time by Columbia Records. AllMusic Review by [More]
Marcus Miller‘s career as a sideman, composer, and producer in jazz, R&B, and pop has been prolific. He’s continuously pushed boundaries in order to blur and integrate genres. Renaissance is his first studio recording in [More]
Two of a Kind is the second collaboration studio album by Earl Klugh and Bob James released in 1982. The album received a nomination for Best Selling Jazz Album at the NARM Awards in 1983, [More]
Cannonball’s Bossa Nova is a 1962 album by jazz musician Julian “Cannonball” Adderley. First released on Riverside in 1963, the album was reissued on Capitol Records several times with different covers and titles. AllMusic Review [More]
The Sounds of ’66 is a 1966 live album by Sammy Davis, Jr., accompanied by the Buddy Rich Big Band. The album was recorded at the Sands Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. AllMusic Review [More]
One is the first solo album by jazz musician Bob James released in 1974. It followed “Bold Conceptions (1963 on Mercury) and “Explosions (1965 on ESP-Disk). It was an important album in the early smooth [More]
The New Oscar Pettiford Sextet is an album by bassist/cellist and composer Oscar Pettiford which was recorded in late 1953 and first issued on the Debut label as a 10-inch LP. The material on the [More]
Personnel: Christian McBride – bass Christian Sands – piano Ulysses Owens, Jr. – drums
Grover Washington, Jr. – Just The Two Of Us (live, 1981) Recorded live at THE SCHUBERT THEATRE in Philadelphia, PA, on 27 June, 1981 Personnel: Grover Washington, Jr.(*1943 – †1999) – tenor saxophone Richard Tee [More]
Miles Davis – Dig (1951) Personnel: Miles Davis – trumpet Jackie McLean – alto saxophone Sonny Rollins – tenor saxophone Walter Bishop, Jr. – piano Tommy Potter – double bass Art Blakey – drums