“In Orbit is an album by jazz trumpeter Clark Terry, also featuring Thelonious Monk, which was recorded in New York on May 7 & 12, 1958. It was Monk’s only Riverside appearance as sideman, the [More]
The Sound of the Wide Open Spaces!!!! is the debut album by saxophonist/flautist James Clay and the second album by David “Fathead” Newman featuring performances recorded in 1960 and originally released on the Riverside label. [More]
Picture of Heath is an album by saxophonist Jimmy Heath featuring performances recorded in 1975 and originally released on the Xanadu label. “As was true of most Xanadu dates, the accent is on bebop during [More]
Merry Olde Soul is an album by vibraphonist/pianist Victor Feldman recorded in early 1961 (with one track from December 1960) and originally released on the Riverside label. “Victor Feldman’s one Riverside date as a leader [More]
“You Don’t Know What Love Is” from the album “Neo/Nistico”. “You Don’t Know What Love Is” is a popular song of the Great American Songbook, written by Don Raye (lyrics) and Gene de Paul (music) for [More]
“Heritage Hum is a satisfying mainstream quartet date, with the leader joined by the solid rhythm section of bassist Sam Jones, drummer Freddie Waits, and pianist Mike Longo. Moody sticks with the flute mostly, making [More]
Workin’ Out! is an album by American jazz pianist Bobby Timmons recorded in 1964 and released in 1965 on the Prestige label. “For an example of how the popular pianist had continued to evolve after [More]
“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]
The Bassist! is an album by jazz bassist Sam Jones recorded in 1979 and released on the Interplay label. “Virtually all of Sam Jones’ occasional dates as a leader featured him in a purely supportive role [More]
Something in Common is a studio album by American jazz bassist Sam Jones which was released on September 13, 1977 via the Muse label. Later the record with three bonus tracks was re-released on CD [More]