First Light is an album by jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard. Recorded in 1971, it features string arrangements by Don Sebesky. It was his third album released on Creed Taylor’s CTI label and features performances by [More]
Rakin’ and Scrapin’ is the second album led by pianist Harold Mabern that was recorded in 1968 and released on the Prestige label. Allmusic awarded the album four stars and reviewer Scott Yanow wrote that [More]
Say It Loud! is an album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson recorded for the Blue Note label in 1968 and featuring Donaldson with Blue Mitchell, Charles Earland, Jimmy Ponder, and Leo Morris. Track listing: “Say [More]
Royal Ballads is an album by American tenor saxophonist Clifford Jordan’s Quartet which was recorded in late 1986 and released on the Dutch Criss Cross Jazz label. The Allmusic site awarded the album 4 stars, [More]
Lee Morgan Sextet (also known as Lee Morgan Volume 2: Sextet) is an album by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan released on the Blue Note label in 1957. It was recorded on December 2, 1956 and [More]
Earthy is an album by the Prestige All Stars nominally led by guitarist Kenny Burrell recorded in 1957 and released on the Prestige label. Track listing: “Earthy” (Mal Waldron) – 9:24 “What’s Not” (Mal Waldron) [More]
All Day Long is a jazz album by guitarist Kenny Burrell released in 1957 under Prestige label, although it is nominally credited to the “Prestige All-Stars”. This was one of the first albums in which [More]
Basics is an album by saxophonist Houston Person recorded in 1987 and released on the Muse label in 1989. “Tenor saxophonist Houston Person has stuck to his singular musical path throughout his career, playing uncomplicated [More]
Cracklin‘ is an album recorded by American jazz drummer Roy Haynes with tenor saxophonist Booker Ervin in 1963 for the New Jazz label. “Most of drummer Roy Haynes’ dates as a leader put the focus [More]
Just Us is an album recorded by American drummer Roy Haynes’s Trio in 1960 for the New Jazz label. “Considering his stature, drummer Roy Haynes has led relatively few sessions throughout his long career. From [More]