Spiritsville is the second album led by American jazz trombonist Julian Priester which was recorded in 1960 for Riverside’s subsidiary Jazzland label. Track listing: “Chi-Chi” (Charlie Parker) – 4:43 “Blue Stride”(Julian Priester)  – 6:15 “It [More]
Glidin’ Along is an album by American trombonist Bennie Green recorded in 1961 and released on the Jazzland label. Track listing: All compositions by  except where noted. “African Dream” (Bennie Green) – 5:45 “Sweet Sucker” (Johnny [More]
Stan Getz and J.J. Johnson at the Opera House is a 1957 live album by Stan Getz and J. J. Johnson, accompanied by the Oscar Peterson trio and Connie Kay on drums. Two different versions [More]
Maynard Ferguson Octet is an album by Canadian jazz trumpeter/trombonist Maynard Ferguson featuring tracks recorded in 1955 and released on the EmArcy label. Track listing: “Finger Snappin'” – 3:55 “My New Flame 4:09 “Autumn Leaves” [More]
Trombone For Two is a 1956 album by jazz trombonists J. J. Johnson and Kai Winding (“Jay and Kai”). It was the first of five albums that Winding and Johnson recorded for Columbia Records (CL [More]
Track listing: A1 Blues For Some Bones (14:21) Written by – Mingus A2 Stardust Written by – Carmichael (4:50) B1 Move Written by– Best (6:40) B3 I’ll Remember April (11:15) Written by – Raye, Paul [More]
Betwixt & Between is an album by jazz trombonists Kai Winding and J. J. Johnson featuring performances recorded in 1968 and released on the CTI label. The album features jazz interpretations of popular tunes linked [More]
“Georgia on My Mind” is a 1930 song written by Hoagy Carmichael and Stuart Gorrell and first recorded that year. It has often been associated with Ray Charles, a native of the U.S. state of [More]
The Great Kai & J. J. is an album by American jazz trombonists Kai Winding and J. J. Johnson featuring performances recorded in 1960 as the very first release for the Impulse! label (A-1 for [More]
This session originally appeared as a Clef LP under a different title before it was reissued on Verve in 1957 as The Modernity of Bob Brookmeyer. Regardless of the title, the valve trombonist was extremely [More]