Shaun Dale

Shaun Dale

Although he was a player with rare talent and a distinctive tone, Joe Henderson didn't get his full due until late in his career. After signing with Verve in 1992 he releas…
Chicago based drummer/composer Damon Short has studied the music of Harry Partch, played in a gamelan ensemble and performed and recorded both as a leader and sideman in a …
Despite the group's name, this disc does not feature hard bop arrangements of Trent Reznor songs, although you'll find some hard bop references here and there, along with m…
Originally from Washington, D.C., Timo Elliston has spent the last several years establishing himself on the New York jazz scene after completing studies at the University …
This recording has been tucked away in the Pablo vaults since 1975, when legendary jazz impresario Norman Granz assembled an all-star lineup of players who had journeyed to…
Approaching the repertoire of as singular and respected an artist as Bill Evans is something that even the most adept pianists do only with a degree of trepidation. To reim…
Drummer Robert Henderson works the Philly scene with his group The H Factor, but for his second release as a leader he goes a bit further afield than his performing trio to…
Debut Records was started in 1952 by Charles Mingus and Max Roach, making it one of the earliest experiments in establishing an artist-owned independent label. Ultimately, …
Though his tendency to stick close to his Pittsburgh, PA base may have cost organist Gene Ludwig some of the wider notoriety his talents deserve, he's built a solid reputat…
For the fifth release on his UFO Bass label, bassist/producer Richard Simon joins a pair of L.A. based jazz legends for a set of excellent, if low-key, standards. Multi-ins…