For the Good Times is an album by jazz saxophonist Rusty Bryant recorded for the Prestige label in 1973. “For the Good Times brings together two early 1970s albums from alto/tenor Rusty Bryant: 1973’s For [More]
Feel the Night is an album by American guitarist Lee Ritenour released in 1979. Track listing: Feel the Night (Lee Ritenour) – 5:32 Market Place (Don Grusin / Lee Ritenour) – 5:22 Wicked Wine (Lee [More]
“The Manhattan Jazz Quintet is a jazz ensemble consisting of David Matthews on piano, Lew Soloff on trumpet, Victor Lewis on drums, Andy Snitzer on saxophone, and Charnett Moffett on bass. Previously, the band featured [More]
Mobius is an album by pianist Cedar Walton recorded in 1975 and released on the RCA label in 1975. Track listing: “Blue Trane” (John Coltrane) – 10:04 “Soho” (Cedar Walton) – 10:32 “Off Minor” (Thelonious [More]
Splendido Hotel is an album by jazz guitarist Al Di Meola that was released in 1980. “Talk about ambitious. This two-LP set finds guitarist Al di Meola performing with his quintet of the time (featuring [More]
Elegant Gypsy is the second album by American jazz fusion guitarist Al Di Meola. It was released in 1977 by Columbia Records. Elegant Gypsy won an annual award for Best Guitar Album in Guitar Player [More]
Orange and Blue is an album by jazz guitarist Al Di Meola that was released in 1994. “Al di Meola’s passion for the acoustic guitar has not diminished his love of electric music. Upon collaboration [More]
Electric Rendezvous is an album by Italian-American jazz fusion and Latin jazz guitarist Al Di Meola released in 1982. It features Flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucía who also recorded Friday Night in San Francisco with [More]
Crawl Space is an album by American flugelhornist Art Farmer featuring performances recorded in 1977 and released on the CTI label. Track listing: “Crawl Space” (Dave Grusin) – 8:52 “Siddhartha” (Fritz Pauer) – 7:36 “Chanson” [More]
As vividly interactive as Keith Jarrett in his standards trio, but with an original songbook and more attention to form, Corea has always been a responsive player, but this trio may be the most informal-feeling [More]