“Tenor saxophonist Carter Jefferson made somewhat of a name for himself when trumpeter Woody Shaw chose him as a member of his first working quintet. Shaw is the producer of this album, Jefferson’s fine debut [More]
The Dolphin is a live album by saxophonist Stan Getz which was recorded at Keystone Korner and released on the Concord Jazz label in 1981. “Stan Getz’s first recording for Concord finds him returning to [More]
Don Grolnick Quintet – Jazz Fest Wien 1991 Don Grolnick – piano Eddie Gomez – bass Victor Lewis – drums Randy Brecker – trumpet Joe Henderson – tenor saxophone
Blame It on My Youth is an album by Art Farmer’s Quintet recorded in New York in 1988 and originally released on the Contemporary label. AllMusic Rеvіеw bу Sсоtt Yаnоw: Thіѕ іѕ оnе оf thе [More]
“A good example of the ageless trombonist’s talents” (Scott Yanow, AllMusic). Track listing: See See Rider 6:17 Shortcake 8:51 Sweet Georgia Gillespie 3:21 My Funny Valentine 6:45 Just Friends 7:00 Misterioso 5:53 You Stepped Out [More]
Cyrus Chestnut (born January 17, 1963) is an American jazz pianist, composer and producer. In 2006, Josh Tyrangiel, music critic for Time, wrote: “What makes Chestnut the best jazz pianist of his generation is a [More]
Sambao is a studio album by American jazz pianist Kenny Barron, which was released in 1992 on Verve Records label. The album contains eight original instrumental compositions written by Barron. Track listing: 1. “Sambao” 6:16 [More]
“Angel Eyes” – George Cables Trio from the album “Is Paris Burning?” (2004). Personnel: George Cables – piano George Mraz – bass Victor Lewis – drums  
Album: Marc Copland, Randy Brecker  – Both/And, 2004 Personnel: Ed Howard – bass Victor Lewis – drums Marc Copland – piano Randy Brecker – trumpet