Earthy is an album by the Prestige All Stars nominally led by guitarist Kenny Burrell recorded in 1957 and released on the Prestige label. Track listing: “Earthy” (Mal Waldron) – 9:24 “What’s Not” (Mal Waldron) [More]
All Day Long is a jazz album by guitarist Kenny Burrell released in 1957 under Prestige label, although it is nominally credited to the “Prestige All-Stars”. This was one of the first albums in which [More]
Luminescence! is an album by pianist Barry Harris recorded in 1967 and released on the Prestige label. “Bebop sessions were comparatively rare in 1967, but pianist Barry Harris and his sextet on this CD reissue [More]
Wail, Moody, Wail is an album by saxophonist James Moody recorded in 1955 and released on the Prestige label. The CD reissue added two bonus tracks which originally appeared on James Moody’s Moods. “James Moody’s [More]
Rollins Plays for Bird is a 1957 album by jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins, recorded for the Prestige label, featuring performances by Rollins with Kenny Dorham, Wade Legge, George Morrow and Max Roach on material associated [More]
“As he did on his other ’66 session (Tough!), Pucho mixed pop and soul hits with the stronger stuff. That means the best and funkiest pieces-“Aye Ma Ma,” “Soul Yamie,” and a typically irreverent cover [More]
Chicken & Dumplin’s is an album by American jazz pianist Bobby Timmons recorded in 1965 and released on the Prestige label. Track listing: “Chicken & Dumplin’s” (Ray Bryant) – 7:45 “The Return of Gengis Khan” [More]
Most Much! is an album by saxophonist Jimmy Forrest recorded in 1961 and released on the Prestige label. “Jimmy Forrest was a very consistent tenor, able to infuse bop and swing standards with soul and [More]
For the Good Times is an album by jazz saxophonist Rusty Bryant recorded for the Prestige label in 1973. “For the Good Times brings together two early 1970s albums from alto/tenor Rusty Bryant: 1973’s For [More]
Sparks! is the debut album by soul jazz guitarist Melvin Sparks recorded for the Prestige label in 1970. “A solid soul-jazz outing that looks to commercial material for the bulk of the set, but doesn’t [More]