“The Lady In My Life” (Rod Temperton) from the album “Magic Touch”. Magic Touch is the first studio album by guitarist Stanley Jordan, released in 1985 by Blue Note Records on vinyl; a CD edition [More]
The Man with the Horn is an album released by Miles Davis in 1981, featuring drummer Al Foster, saxophonist Bill Evans, guitarists Mike Stern and Barry Finnerty, and others. It was Davis’s first new release [More]
“Drawing on pop, jazz and new age, The Swan is lightweight and sleep-inducing on the whole, but it does have its moments. The CD’s most substantial tunes include “Prospero” and “Ensenada Madness,” which has a [More]
“This is an important, even historic album. It marks—unannounced—the return of a great figure of the free jazz era, Pharoah Sanders. Saxophonist Albert Ayler once famously declared, “Trane was the Father, Pharoah was the Son, [More]
Paquito D’Rіvеrа’ѕ fоurth album since hіѕ defection frоm Cuba іѕ a refreshingly есlесtіс рrоjесt, rоаmіng аll оvеr Lаtіn Amеrіса, Nоrth America аnd even Bеlgіum for рlауеrѕ, sources аnd іnѕріrаtіоn. The lеаdоff trасk, “Gdаnѕk,” is a [More]
Two of a Kind is the second collaboration studio album by Earl Klugh and Bob James released in 1982. The album received a nomination for Best Selling Jazz Album at the NARM Awards in 1983, [More]