Shaun Dale

Shaun Dale

Manhattan Autumn is pianist David Hazeltine's fourteenth album as a leader in just seven years, but there's no evidence that his creativity is anywhere near exhauste…
It's been a number of years since "He played with Miles." was saxophonist Kenny Garrett's most significant credit. Although he was one of the brighter talents to emerge fro…
Bassist Joshua Bayer leads an excellent quartet through nine tracks on Lines And Grooves, eight of them his original compostions. It's a straight-ahead affair, with …
Saxophonist Christian Winther, a graduate of the University of New Orleans Jazz Studies Program can be counted as yet another success story for the Program's Director Emeri…
Tangled Roots is a song cycle about a friendship, one that starts in childhood, is interrupted for twenty years, and is renewed and enhanced by the passage of time. …
Another in the outstanding series of samplers representing the many jazz labels that operate under the Fantasy Records umbrella, this one is split between Milestone, founde…
Swingville Records was launched by Bob Weinstock, the founder of the Prestige label, in 1959 in order to document the music of the original generation of swing musicians, w…
Copenhagen's Cafe Montmarte provided the setting for several memorable live recordings by Stan Getz, including his 50th birthday celebration in 1977 and the three albums th…
Even if his name isn't instantly recognizable, saxophonist/composer David Brandom is likely more familiar to you than you think. His resume includes four years touring and …
Trombonist Sarah Morrow holds the distinction of having been the first female instrumentalist to tour with Ray Charles, but the emphasis there should really be placed on in…