Intuition is the second album by American jazz trumpeter Wallace Roney which was recorded in 1988 and released on the Muse label. “For this somewhat adventurous but still mostly straight-ahead date, trumpeter Wallace Roney explores [More]
Doc Severinsen plays a tribute to Harry James (Live). Personnel: Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra Don Severinsen – trumpet ____________________________________ Riverbend outdoor amphitheater in Cincinnati, Ohio August 2, 1988.
Jazz Eyes is an album by saxophonist John Jenkins and trumpeter Donald Byrd recorded in 1957 and released on Regent Records (a subsidiary of Savoy Records). Savoy issued it again later with the alternate title [More]
“Stardust” (Carmichael-Parish). “Charlie Shavers shared with Harry James, the ability to play emotionally and with unsurpassed technique at the same time. This version of Stardust comes from a Keynote session in 1944 with Earl Hines. [More]
To a Finland Station is an album by trumpeters Dizzy Gillespie and Arturo Sandoval recorded in 1982 and released on the Pablo label. “This unique set finds Dizzy Gillespie (who was nearly age 65) sharing [More]
Tate-a-Tate is an album by saxophonist Buddy Tate with trumpeter/flugelhornist Clark Terry which was recorded in 1960 and released on the Swingville label. “This LP reissue of a Storyville set (which has not yet been [More]
Out of This World is an album by the Pepper Adams Donald Byrd Quintet. The album features the recording debut of pianist Herbie Hancock. “This set of sides recorded with the then-fledgling Donald Byrd/Pepper Adams [More]
“Cat Anderson only led a scattering of sessions throughout his career, and this particular set (reissued on CD in 1997) was only his second date as a leader since 1965. For a tribute to the [More]
The Arrival of Kenny Dorham is a jazz studio album by Kenny Dorham, recorded and released in 1960. “This somewhat obscure Kenny Dorham LP features the excellent hard bop trumpeter in a quintet with baritonist [More]
“A powerful spirituality illuminates Tom Harrell’s work, but that doesn’t mean that there’s anything pretentious or dogmatic going on. An irrepressible sense of play also abounds; trumpeter/flugelhornist Harrell sounds both delighted by his musical quest [More]