“A nice date that spotlights Hamilton’s flexibility. Various units and teams are paired. Jimmy Rowles (p) is the highlight.” – Ron Wynn/Allmusic Track listing: A1 So Little Time 5:58 A2 Royal Orchid Blues 5:15 A3 [More]
Thіѕ lоvеlу ѕеѕѕіоn оf Ellіngtоn mаtеrіаl frоm 1994 features thе іmрессаblе tenor sаx рlауіng of Sсоtt Hаmіltоn tеаmеd uр with thе Hammond Organ рlауіng of Mike LеDоnnе. On bаѕѕ is Dеnnіѕ Irwіn аnd Chuck Riggs [More]
Since his debut album, released to considerable critical acclaim in 1977 on Concord Jazz, Scott Hamilton (b. 1954) has established himself as one our foremost tenor saxophone balladeers, one with a keen ear for indelible [More]
AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: Starting in the late ’50s, Gerry Mulligan recorded a series of encounters with fellow saxophonists that included such immortals as Stan Getz, Paul Desmond, Johnny Hodges and Ben Webster. In [More]
“Flamingo” (1940) is a popular song and jazz standard written by Ted Grouya and Edmund Anderson. Album: “Eddie Higgins Quintet ‎– A Handful Of Stars” (2009). Personnel: Jay Leonhart – bass Ken Peplowski – clarinet [More]
Recorded August 27th 2009 at JAZZLAND, Vienna Scott Hamilton – tenor saxophone Herbert Swoboda – piano, Martin Spitzer – guitar, Hans Strasser – bass Walter Grossrubatscher – drums