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Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter are two of the venerable giants of modern jazz, and yet both have spent most of the last fifteen years in a bit of a desert, recording wise…
Sounds like a live recording in a studio. The playing is relaxed and some how inaccurate, but with a feel. The musicians know what they're doing. Herbie has played many dif…
The late Joe Roccisano was one of the most creative players and arrangers in the jazz world, but only musicians and a few jazz fans knew of his talents. Over the years he p…
To my knowledge, this Japanaese reissue is not yet available in the U.S. Blue Note catalog. Originally released in 1968, it should be considered one of Lou Donaldson's fine…
David Singley is one of many new and aspiring guitarists on the current Jazz scene. David is based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. His latest recording is a mixture of taste…
Phil Abrahams, one of Europe's most popular trombonists delivers a sizzling performance. Recorded live before an appreciative audience as part of the "Lundis D'Hortense Jaz…
The lesson here is: watch. A major talent could be right next door: Scott Hall teaches in an Illinois high school; at night he's in Barry Winograd's big band. The group her…
Arbors Records, where classic jazz lives on, explores the depths of those classic jazz styles born in the '30s, '40s, and '50s, which hands of musicians of talent, taste an…
Composer/pianist George Shearing needs no introduction to lovers of excellent jazz piano performances. With a total playing time of 58:16 minutes, George Shearing will capt…
The preservation of authentic New Orleans Jazz has been an untiring battle waged by a number of dedicated individuals including many who have since played their final bar. …