“Producer/jazz scholar Joel Dorn continues to raid the endlessly fertile Muse Records archives for his 32 Jazz reissue series. Reaching into the well and coming up with Feelin’ Red is a victory not just for [More]
Keith Jarrett playing in Molde, Norway the 2nd of August 1972 at Molde Jazz-festival. The concert is one continuous improvisation and Keith Jarrett called the piece for “Molde-72 “. Produced by NRK, who’s filming a [More]
A New Kind of Soul is the debut album by American jazz pianist Larry Willis recorded in 1970 and originally released on the LLP label before being reissued US on Brunswick Records in 1972. “More [More]
The Bassist: Homage to Diversity is an album by bassist Richard Davis with pianist John Hicks released on the Palmetto label in 2001. “Master jazz bassist Richard Davis teams up with the esteemed John Hicks [More]
“The English translation of this album title is “trouble on the road,” and this seems to be the theme of the first two performances on this collection of solo piano pieces. Superficially it may seem [More]
“The drawing on the cover and the liner notes, such as they are, are rather silly, but the music on this brief, but enjoyable, CD reissue (subtitled ‘For People Who Hate Jazz’) features some fine [More]
“When I Fall in Love” (Victor Young, Edward Heyman) from the album “When I Fall in Love” (1993). Personnel: Brad Mehldau – piano Mario Rossy – bass Jorge Rossy – drums ________________ Released: 1993 Recorded: [More]
“On The Way To Two is just about perfect and is a fine musical document to the memories of Kenny Wheeler and John Taylor.” – Budd Kopman/AllAboutJazz. Track listing: 1 Canter #2 – (Kenny Wheeler) [More]
Genius of Modern Music is the name given to at least four different compilation albums by jazz pianist Thelonious Monk. Each version comprises some of Monk’s first recordings as band leader for Blue Note, recorded [More]
“This matchup by pianist Gene Harris and tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton, in a quintet that also includes guitarist Herb Ellis, bassist Ray Brown, and drummer Harold Jones, is fun although it does not reach the [More]