“These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)” is a standard with lyrics by Eric Maschwitz, writing under the pseudonym Holt Marvell, and music by Jack Strachey, both Englishmen. Harry Link, an American, sometimes appears as [More]
“For lovers of guitar jazz, inspired pairings like Joe Pass and Herb Ellis make for special outings. While both players prospered in a number of settings, they brought out a new quality in each other [More]
For Musicians Only is a 1958 jazz album by Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Getz and Sonny Stitt incorporating bebop influences. Recorded in Los Angeles, California on October 16, 1956, it has been described as the “real [More]
The Bosses is a 1973 album by American blues shouter “Big Joe” Turner accompanied by a small group led by Count Basie, recorded in 1973 and released on the Pablo label. Count Basie and an [More]
Gee Baby, Ain’t I Good to You is an album by trumpeter Harry “Sweets” Edison which was recorded in 1957 and released on the Verve label. Track listing: “Blues for Piney Brown” (Harry Edison)– 7:33 [More]
“Lady Jane” ( Mick Jagger and Keith Richards) from the album “Joe Pass – The Stones Jazz” (1967). Personnel: Joe Pass – guitar Milt Bernhart – trombone Dick Hamilton – trombone Herbie Harper – trombone Gail [More]
Swedish Schnapps (The Genius of Charlie Parker, volume 8) (MG V-8010) is a Charlie Parker compilation album, released by Verve Records, compiling recordings made by two different groups, on two different dates in 1951. The [More]
Song for My Daughter is an album by American jazz pianist Jack Wilson featuring performances recorded in 1968 and 1969 and released on the Blue Note label. Track listing: All compositions by Jack Wilson except [More]
This еаrlу Cоnсоrd rесоrdіng (whісh іѕ available оn CD) is unuѕuаl in a couple of wауѕ. Guіtаrіѕt Hеrb Ellіѕ and bassist Rау Brown (who аrе thе со-lеаdеrѕ) аrе joined nоt оnlу bу trumреtеr Harry “Swееtѕ” [More]
For the First Time is a 1974 studio album by Count Basie, with bassist Ray Brown and drummer Louie Bellson. Throughout hіѕ саrееr, Count Basie was modest аbоut his оwn аbіlіtіеѕ as a ріаnіѕt, and [More]