Track listing: A1 Cool Blues 3:32 A2 Shawnuff 4:27 A3 Relaxin’ At Camarillo 5:11 A4 Bongo Bop 3:50 B1 The Hymn 4:40 B2 Communion 4:49 B3 Bongo Beep 4:37 Personnel: Cecil Payne – baritone saxophone [More]
Thе fourth оf five аlbumѕ co-led bу trumреtеr Tеrеnсе Blаnсhаrd аnd аltоіѕt Dоnаld Harrison, thіѕ ԛuіntеt session (wіth ріаnіѕt Cyrus Chestnut, bassist Reginald Veal аnd drummеr Cаrl Allеn) hаѕ ѕеvеn originals bу thе со-lеаdеrѕ рluѕ [More]
Lotus Blossom (Kenny Dorham). Bobby Shew Quintet performing Lotus Blossom by Kenny Dorham (arr. Don Sickler). Personnel: ▸Bobby Shew – trumpet ▸Eric Marienthal – saxophone ▸Matt Harris – piano ▸Tomáš Uhlík – double bass ▸Dennis [More]
Remembering Tomasz Stanko Sequenced by Manfred Eicher Track 1: Morning Heavy Song, Leosia Track 2: Sleep Safe and Warm (Version 2), Litania Track 3: Svantetic, Litania Track 4: … y después de todo, From The [More]
“High Heel Sneakers” (Robert Higginbotham) – 4:50 from the Album: The Case of the 3 Sided Dream in Audio Color (1975) Personnel: Arranged By – Arthur Jenkins Baritone Saxophone – Pat Patrick Bass – Francisco [More]
Swingin’ with Pee Wee is an album by clarinetist Pee Wee Russell with trumpeter Buck Clayton which was recorded in 1960 and released on the Swingville label. The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the [More]
Locking Horns is an album by trumpeter Joe Newman and saxophonist Zoot Sims recorded in 1957 and originally released on the Rama label before it was sold to Roulette Records. Track listing: 00:00 A1 Corky [More]
Track listing: A1 I’m Beginning To See The Light 6:06 A2 Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me (Concerto For Cootie) 4:20 A3 Alphonse And Gaston 8:50 B1 Walkin’ My Baby Back Home 4:43 B2 [More]
Track listing: 00:00 A1 Très Chaud (The Heat Is On) (e) 03:25 A2 Fireworks (d) 06:26 A3 Hollywood Passtime (e) 10:27 A4 Tu Disais Qu’ Tu M’Aimais (c) 13:53 B1 Oh! Shut-Up (e) 17:03 B2 [More]
Study in Brown  (EmArcy Records, 1955) is a Clifford Brown and Max Roach album. The album consists predominantly of originals by members of the band. The songs “Lands End”, by tenor saxophonist Harold Land, and [More]