Breakin’ It Up is the debut album by pianist Barry Harris recorded in 1958 and released on the Argo label. Bаrrу Hаrrіѕ’ dеbut Argо ѕеѕѕіоn captures a unіԛuеlу ѕоulful іntеrрrеtаtіоn оf bор ѕеnѕіbіlіtіеѕ. Lіght уеt [More]
Piano Solo is a 1954 album by American jazz pianist and composer Thelonious Monk, recorded in Paris, France. “If you own any of the Riverside or Columbia sides of Monk playing alone, you still need [More]
Galaxy records presents a rediscovered episode in the life of pianist Teddy Wilson, an accomplished bandleader whose hard-swinging sextet was recorded in performance at New York’s Onyx Club in 1944. Clarinetist Edmond Hall was the [More]
The Herbie Hancock Trio is an album by Herbie Hancock released in September 21, 1977 in Japan. It includes performances with Ron Carter and Tony Williams. The second selection of six tracks recorded by the [More]
Track listing: Ain’t Misbehavin’ 4:09 Stealin’ Apples 3:26 I’ve Got A Feeling I’m Falling 3:29 Squeeze Me 4:09 Honeysuckle Rose 3:12 Oh, You Sweet Thing 3:55 That’s Where The South Begins 4:28 Fatstuff 4:14 Black [More]
Live at Shelly’s Manne-Hole is an album by pianist Les McCann recorded on New Year’s Eve 1965 at Shelly’s Manne-Hole and released on the Limelight label. The Allmusic review by Eugene Chadbourne awarded the album [More]
The Jaki Byard Quartet Live! is an album by pianist Jaki Byard recorded in 1965 and originally released on the Prestige label as two LPs and later reisued in 1992 as a single CD. Byard’s [More]
“Song for My Father” was recorded in October 1964 and released on the Blue Note label. The album was inspired by a trip that Silver had made to Brazil. The cover artwork features a photograph [More]
It’s Monk’s Time is the sixth album Thelonious Monk released in 1964 for Columbia Records, featuring three original compositions as well as three jazz standards. AllMuѕіс Rеvіеw by Lіndѕау Plаnеr: Althоugh оftеn unrіghtfullу mаlіgnеd bу [More]
It’s All Right! is an album by jazz pianist Wynton Kelly released on the Verve label featuring performances by Kelly with Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb with Kenny Burrell and Candido Camero recorded in 1964. [More]