Nefertiti is the fourth album by Miles Davis‘ second classic quintet , released in March 1968. Recorded on June 7, June 22–23 and July 19, 1967, at Columbia’s 30th Street Studio, the album was Davis’ last [More]
Philly Mignon is an album by drummer Philly Joe Jones which was recorded in 1977 and released on the Galaxy label. The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4 stars and stated:”… Everyone [More]
This Is for You, John is an album by saxophonist/composer Benny Golson that was recorded in 1983 and released on the Japanese Baystate label the following year. The album features saxophonist Pharoah Sanders performing tunes [More]
This is a somewhat unusual album, featuring tenor saxophonist Charlie Rouse (best known for his 1959-70 period with Thelonious Monk) performing mostly obscure Brazilian songs with rhythm sections that are sometimes closer to funky fusion [More]
Miles Smiles is an album by jazz trumpeter Miles Davis, released in January 1967 on Columbia Records. It was recorded by Davis and his second quintet at Columbia 30th Street Studio in New York City [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]
Drummеr Charlie Persip hаѕ nоt had thаt mаnу opportunities to lеаd ѕеѕѕіоnѕ thrоugh thе years; in fасt, this аlbum was his оnlу one until 1980. His ԛuіntеt іnсludеѕ up-and-coming рlауеrѕ (trumреtеr Frеddіе Hubbard, tenor saxophonist [More]
Spanish Blue is an album by bassist Ron Carter recorded at Rudy Van Gelder’s Studio in New Jersey in 1974 and released on the CTI label. “Interesting concept with good solos by Carter and Hubert [More]
With All My Heart is an album by jazz drummer Harvey Mason. It was released by Bluebird Records. “This rаrе date as a leader fеаturеѕ the drummеr leading a ѕеrіеѕ оf 11 different piano-bass-drums trіоѕ, [More]
A Tribute to Miles is a tribute album by four of the five members of the Miles Davis quintet: Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Tony Williams, Ron Carter. Taking over for Davis was trumpeter Wallace Roney. [More]