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If you are into Big Band Jazz (and if you're not-why not?) then you should go out right now and buy this CD. Woody Herman had many fine bands, but the period represented on…
Many great artists featured on this CD. One of the producers is Stevie Wonder. The CD has a great upbeat sound without being too overpowering. I have more than one favorite…
The first time I heard about Joshua Redman was in a radio program, here in Spain, I thought he was good. I was wrong. He´s the best sax player since Sonny Rollins, and I wa…
Impressions: The Verve Jazz sides is a comparable 2 CD set covering Wes during his jazz years. The first CD captures Wes fronting big bands, and playing in combos with Jimm…
Back To Basics is a marvelous collection of twelve straight-ahead jazz tunes performed by the Christoph Spendel Trio". Spendel plays the Bosendorfer Imperial Grand Piano, w…
This incredible 4-CD boxed set from Mosaic chronicles trumpeter Lee Morgan's complete sessions as a leader in the 1950's for Blue Note. Through the set, one can hear the pr…
This album is one of my all time favorites. You can't go wrong with Jon Ambercrombie on guitar, Dave Holland on double bass, and Jack DeJohnette on drums and piano. Three o…
Have you ever had anyone say Listen to this CD and tell me what you think? Well that happened to me and this album and I found every song wonderful. This full of energy CD …
Jazz clarinet virtuoso, Frank Glover, was the recipient of the 1996 National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Performance grant. This CD, Something old, Something new, was selec…
This CD showcases electric jazz at its most intense and lyrical. The band, Blood Ulmer - guitar, Amin Ali - bass, Cornell Rochester - drums, form the nucleus of this power …