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 [More]
Out to Lunch! was Eric Dolphy‘s only recording for Blue Note Records as a leader and was originally issued as BLP 4163 and BST 84163. [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 [More]
Stanley Clarke is the second solo album by jazz fusion bassist Stanley Clarke. AllMusic Review by Michael G. Nastos: Definitive early-period funk/fusion. Clarke’s finger-pop bass [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 [More]
Evolution is the first album by the American trombonist Grachan Moncur III, recorded in 1963 and released on the Blue Note label. AllMusic Review by [More]
Miles in the Sky is a studio album by American trumpeter and composer Miles Davis, released on July 22, 1968, by Columbia Records. Miles in [More]
Journey to Love is the third jazz funk fusion album by bass guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Stanley Clarke, accompanied by familiar musicians he has often worked [More]
The Soothsayer is the seventh album by Wayne Shorter, recorded in 1965, but not released on Blue Note until 1979.[1] The album features five originals [More]
“Cantaloupe Island” (Herbie Hancock). Personnel: Freddie Hubbard – trumpet Joe Henderson – tenor saxophone Herbie Hancock – piano Ron Carter – bass Tony Williams – [More]