Bennie Green Blows His Horn is an album by American trombonist Bennie Green recorded in 1955 and released on the Prestige label. “Bennie Green, one of the few trombonists of the 1950s not to sound [More]
Aaron Sachs (July 4, 1923 – June 5, 2014) was an American jazz saxophone and clarinet player. Sachs, who was born in New York City, started as a young swing protégé of Benny Goodman, and [More]
“The jazz pianist “Sir” Charles Thompson, who has died aged 98, was a distinctive soloist who played with many of the jazz greats, including Charlie Parker , Coleman Hawkins and Dexter Gordon. …Thompson could suggest [More]
The Hawk in Paris is an album by saxophonist Coleman Hawkins featuring compositions related to Paris performed with an orchestra arranged and conducted by Manny Albam which was recorded in 1956 for the RCA Records [More]
At Ease with Coleman Hawkins is an album by saxophonist Coleman Hawkins which was recorded in 1960 and released on the Moodsville label. “Recorded originally for the Prestige subsidiary Moodsville, Coleman Hawkins (along with the [More]
Kansas City Revisited is an album by jazz trombonist and arranger Bob Brookmeyer featuring Brookmeyer’s new orchestrations of 1920s and ’30s era Kansas City jazz tunes. The album was recorded in 1958 for the United [More]
Mr. Rhythm is the sole album led by jazz guitarist Freddie Green. The album was recorded in late 1955 for RCA Victor. “This album shows him (Freddie Green – projazz) to be a fine leader [More]
Tracklisting: Side A 00:01 Tom-Kattin 05:03 Old Reliable 09:08 A Lady’s Vanity 14:21 Translation Side B 18:26 Tricrotism 23:05 Bo-Bi My Boy 27:02 O P Meets L T   Personnel: Side A Oscar Pettiford – [More]
Ovеr the соurѕе оf his саrееr, guitarist Bаrrу Galbraith appeared оn 594 rесоrdіng ѕеѕѕіоnѕ. Yеt hе mаdе оnlу оnе аlbum аѕ a fеаturеd lеаdеr — Guіtаr аnd thе Wіnd. Thе album was rесоrdеd over three days [More]
One of thе rаrеr Cоlеmаn Hawkins sessions hаѕ bееn reissued оn thіѕ Drive Archive CD. The vеtеrаn tеnоr wаѕ somewhat overlooked during the era (рrіоr tо a mаjоr “comeback” in 1957) but he always рlауеd [More]