Castilian Blues (Dave Brubeck). Personnel: Dave Brubeck – piano Paul Desmond – alto saxophone Joe Morello – drums Eugene Wright – double bass _____________________ 1961
Track listing: 1. Two Part Contention 2. The Lonesome Road 3. Take the “A” Train 4. When the Saints Go Marchin’ In 5. I’m In a Dancing Mood 6. Someday My Prince Will Come 7. [More]
Take Five Live is a 1961 live album by the American jazz singer Carmen McRae, focusing on the songs composed by Dave Brubeck. This was McRae’s second album with Brubeck; their first, Tonight Only with [More]
Concierto is an album by the Jim Hall sextet, featuring Paul Desmond, Chet Baker, Ron Carter, Steve Gadd and Roland Hanna. It was produced by Creed Taylor for his CTI Records label and recorded at [More]
Two of a Mind is an album recorded by American jazz saxophonists Paul Desmond and Gerry Mulligan featuring performances recorded in 1962 which were released on the RCA Victor label. The Allmusic review by Scott [More]
The MJQ made thеіr аnnuаl Chrіѕtmаѕ gіg аt New Yоrk’ѕ Tоwn Hаll оnе уеаr, аnd whо ѕhоuld ѕhоw uр аftеr іntеrmіѕѕіоn but Paul Dеѕmоnd, who wоuld hаrdlу brіng himself to рlау wіth anyone іn thоѕе [More]
Desmond Blue is an album recorded by American jazz saxophonist Paul Desmond featuring performances recorded in 1961 which were released on the RCA Victor label. AllMusic Review by Shawn M. Haney: As intended, this album [More]
“Bossa Antigua” (Paul Desmond). From the album “Bossa Antigua” (1965). Personnel: Paul Desmond – alto saxophone Jim Hall – guitar Eugene Wright – bass Connie Kay – drums _____________________________ Released: 1965 RCA Studio A, New [More]
Time Out is a studio album by the American jazz group the Dave Brubeck Quartet, released in 1959 on Columbia Records. Recorded at Columbia’s 30th Street Studio in New York City, it is based upon [More]
Release Date: 1964 Genre: Cool Jazz Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Mono Country: UK Label: Vocalion Catalog Number: LAE-F 12060 Condition: Wear is evident in louder segments. Tracklisting: A1. Over the Rainbow (Arlen, Harburg) (a) – [More]