“A hit record for the Pete Jolly Trio in 1963, Little Bird has mostly standards, but it is Jolly’s version of the catchy title track that caught on. Pianist Jolly is joined by his trio [More]
Track listing: A1 Lullaby Of Birdland 0:00 A2 Tea For Two 3:08 A3 All For You 6:28 A4 Body & Soul 10:07 A5 El Tigre 12:58 B1 Cheeta’s For Two 15:11 B2 The Cobra 18:04 [More]
Othеr thаn an оbѕсurе effort fоr Phіlірѕ іn 1961, thіѕ wаѕ thе final rесоrdіng bу Hоwаrd Rumѕеу’ѕ Lighthouse All-Stаrѕ. Actually, thе 1957 edition оf the bаnd (wіth trumреtеr Stu Wіllіаmѕоn, trоmbоnіѕt Frаnk Rоѕоlіnо, Bоb Cоореr [More]
Tracklist: A1 Disc-O-Mite (Holmes, Nelson) A2 Salsa De Alma 5:19 A3 Once Is Not Enough (Mancini, Kusik) 10:38 A4 Dumpy Mama (Oliver Nelson) 14:05 B1 “Six Million Dollar Man” Theme (Oliver Nelson) 18:50 B2 Double [More]
Track listing: A1 Day In, Day Out A2 A Foggy Day A3 Stars Fell On Alabama A4 One For My Baby A5 Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off B1 Just One Of Those Things B2 [More]
“Pass played an acoustic 12-string, of course, and was accompanied by John Pisano on rhythm guitar, bassist Charlie Haden, and drummer Larry Bunker. Each cut is a beautiful modern jazz reading of popular movie themes [More]
Bossa Nova Jazz Samba is an album by saxophonist Bud Shank and pianist Clare Fischer released on the Pacific Jazz label. Track listing: All compositions by Clare Fischer except as indicated “Samba da Borboleta” – 3:32 “Illusao” – 3:22 “Pensativa” – 3:28 [More]
Carmen McRae‘s charming version of Blossom Dearie’s “Hey John” is enough of a reason to search for this album by itself. Accompanied by pianist Dick Shreve, Larry Bunker on vibes, guitarist Joe Pass, bassist Ray [More]
AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: Henry Mancini was a significant writer for films who used the flavor of jazz in some of his movie scores. Mancini gathered an impressive cast of top players consisting of [More]
The Four Freshmen and Five Guitars is a 1959 album by The Four Freshmen. Track listing: “Rain” (Eugene Ford, Carey Morgan, Arthur Swanstrom) – 2:24 “The More I See You” (Harry Warren, Mack Gordon) – [More]