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Peg Leg is an album by jazz bassist Ron Carter, originally released on LP in 1978, digitally remastered and released on CD in 1991 by Fantasy Studios. Track listing: “Peg Leg” – 8:08 “Sheila’s Song [More]
The Trio is an album by jazz pianist Tommy Flanagan, bassist Ron Carter and drummer Tony Williams. Track listing: 1 It Don’t Mean a Thing (Ellington, Mills) 2 St. Thomas (Sonny Rollins) 6:33 3 Angel [More]
Far Cry is a jazz album by Eric Dolphy with trumpeter Booker Little, originally released in 1962 on New Jazz, a subsidiary of the Prestige label. Featuring their co-led quintet, it is one of the [More]
Passing Ships is the thirteenth album by American jazz pianist Andrew Hill featuring performances recorded in 1969 but not released on the Blue Note label until 2003. The album features Hill with a large horn [More]
 Speak No Evil is the sixth album by Wayne Shorter. It was released in June 1966 by Blue Note Records. The music combines elements of hard bop and modal jazz. The cover shows Wayne [More]
Maiden Voyage is the fifth album led by jazz musician Herbie Hancock, and was recorded by Rudy Van Gelder on March 17, 1965 for Blue Note Records. It was issued as BLP 4195 and BST [More]
Super Blue is a 1978 album by jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard. It was originally released on the Columbia label and peaked at #6 on the Billboard Charts. The album features performances by Hubbard, Hubert Laws, [More]
Giblet Gravy is the fourth album by jazz/soul guitarist George Benson. AllMusic Review by Richard S. Ginell: No, you’re not in Creed Taylor country yet, but you might as well be, for many of the [More]
Mr. Hands is the thirtieth album by Herbie Hancock. It features Jaco Pastorius on the track “4 A.M.,” plus an all-synthesizer track, “Textures,” performed entirely by Hancock. “Shiftless Shuffle” (originally recorded for the Japan-only album [More]
Salt Song is an album by jazz saxophonist Stanley Turrentine recorded for the CTI Note label featuring performances by Turrentine with an orchestra arranged by Eumir Deodato. AllMusic Review by Steve Huey: Stanley Turrentine’s stint [More]