Out Front is a 1961 album by American jazz trumpeter Booker Little featuring performances recorded and released by the Candid label. “Booker Little was the first trumpet soloist to emerge in jazz after the death [More]
“Since Clifford Brown’s unexpected and sudden death following a 1956 car crash, collectors have sought any previously unknown recordings to add to the already sizable legacy left by a trumpet genius who didn’t reach his [More]
Track listing: A1 Get Out Of Town 7:33 A2 One More 5:30 A3 Bitty Ditty 4:55 A4 More Of The Sauce 5:15 B1 Elusive 5:15 B2 Sombre Intrusion 2:45 B3 I Can’t Get Started 6:09 [More]
The Max Roach Trio Featuring the Legendary Hasaan is an album by American jazz drummer Max Roach, featuring pianist Hasaan Ibn Ali, recorded in 1964 and released on the Atlantic label. The album represents the [More]
The Bop Session is an album by jazz legends Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Stitt, John Lewis, Hank Jones, Percy Heath and Max Roach recorded in 1975 and released on the Swedish Sonet label. Thіѕ LP mаtсhеѕ [More]
The Max Roach Quartet featuring Hank Mobley was the debut album by American jazz drummer Max Roach featuring tracks recorded in 1953 and first released on the Debut label as a 10-inch LP. Drummer Max [More]
Pretty for the People is an album by American jazz composer and arranger A. K. Salim featuring Kenny Dorham and Johnny Griffin recorded in 1957 for the Savoy label. Track listing: All compositions by A. [More]
Track listing: A1 –Lennie Tristano’s Sextet – Wow 3:22 A2 –Lennie Tristano’s Sextet – Crosscurrent 2:50 A3 –Lennie Tristano’s Sextet – Yesterdays 2:50 A4 –Lennie Tristano’s Sextet – Marionette 3:05 A5 –Lennie Tristano’s Sextet – [More]
Al Cohn’s Tones (also released as The Progressive Al Cohn) is an album by American saxophonist, composer and arranger Al Cohn comprising two sessions, one recorded in 1950 and the other from 1953, which was [More]
Hawkins was аlwауѕ аn ореn-mіndеd musician. A very аdvаnсеd рlауеr еvеn whеn hе first еmеrgеd with Flеtсhеr Henderson’s оrсhеѕtrа in thе ’20ѕ, bу thе ’40ѕ hе may have bееn technically mіddlе-аgеd but rеmаіnеd a уоung [More]