David Seymour

David Seymour

The Time Is Right for Historic Early Miles Davis CollectionAs usual, a major jazz catalog has traded corporate hands again. The new owners o…
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (b.1922 - d.1986) was a NYC-native tenor sax innovator. His tone was recognizable to say the least. In fact, Davis is one of the f…
Cheek Fans Confounded, "Why Isn't This Guy HUGE?!"Many jazz bloggers have listed Chris Cheek's Blues Cruise in their Top Ten of 2005.…
Classic Collection from the "Inventor of the Tenor Sax" "No succeeding jazz tenor saxophonist can deny Hawkin’s impact on their instrument and their art…
Hear What They Heard When Jazz Was The American Past Time "Ben Selvin was one of the great pioneers of American popular music. In 1919, just 21 years old, he l…
McPartland's Unlikely Guest an Undeniable SuccessBruce Hornsby is obviously known as a pop star, ever since his 1986 debut The Way It Is. Unless you…
Spanish Label Reintroduces Our Own Guitar-Great Dave AllenUntold Stories is Dave Allen's first recording as a leader, but his heavyweight status is …
Rare Footage of Elder, Undiminished Buddy RichThe Lost Tapes was originally recorded and broadcast in 1985 when Buddy Rich was 67 years old. It was …
Classic Organ Trio Led by Award-winning Chicago-Based Guitarist Kyle Asche Kyle Asche (pronounced Ash-ee, remember it well) has generated quite a…
Hammond Organ Hard-Bop with Horns, Portland Style Hammond Organist Steve Hall graduated from Berklee College of Music…
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