20th Century Piano Genius (1996) Top Seller
Recorded live at the home of Ray Heindorf in Beverly Hills, California between 1950 and 1955. Includes liner notes by James Lester, as well as excerpts from a conversation between Hank Jones, Adam Makowicz, and Lou Stein.
20TH CENTURY PIANO GENIUS ...
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Allure of Sanctuary (2005) Top Seller
Recording information: Imaginary Road Studios; Skywalker Sound Studios.
Personnel: Karen Marie Garrett (piano); Eugene Friesen (cello); Jill Haley (English horn); Derrik Jordan (percussion).
Mountain Dance (1979)
Recorded at A&R Studios, New York, New York. Includes liner notes by Dave Grusin and Larry Rosen.
Personnel: Dave Grusin (acoustic & electric pianos, synthesizer); Ed Walsh, Ian Underwood (synthesizer); Jeff Mironov (electric guitar); Marcus Miller (electric bass); Harvey Mason (drums); ...
Red Moon (2003)
RED MOON was nominated for the 2004 Grammy Award for Best New Age Album.
Pianist and composer Peter Kater assembled an all-star cast of Native American and New Age musicians to record this collection of driving, jazz-tinged pop songs. Drum machines ...
Harlem-Kingston Express (2011)
Some may be surprised to know that reggae music actually has deep roots in jazz. Ska, reggae's stylistic precursor, came into being as a fusion of Jamaican mento, calypso, and American R&B, but some of its earliest and best players ...
Boy Named Charlie Brown (1989)
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Media Type: CD
Artist: GUARALDI,VINCE TRIO
Title: BOY NAMED CHARLIE BROWN
Street Release Date: 12/05/1989
||Return To Forever|
Mothership Returns (2012)
When guitarist Al DiMeola left Return to Forever (again) after their 2008 reunion tour, Chick Corea solicited the help of the band's original axeman, Bill Connors, to rejoin the band for another tour. He did. While he rehearsed with Corea, ...
||Cecil Taylor Quartet / Cecil Taylor|
Looking Ahead! (1958)
Digitally remastered by Phil De Lancie (1990, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).
LOOKING AHEAD is pianist Cecil Taylor's second studio album. It was recorded in 1958, when Taylor was already a controversial figure on the jazz scene. His first album, the brilliant ...
Sound of Peace (2006)
Track Listing: There Is a Road; Father's Love, A; Asleep Beneath the Moon, Pt. 1; Journey of a Soul; Bridge of Light; Hollow Earth, The; Sound of Peace, The; What Is True; Time Before, A; Asleep Beneath the Moon, Pt. ...
Complete Recorded Works Vol. 2: A Handful Of Keys (2006) Top Seller
Track Listing: DISC 1: Handful of Keys; Minor Drag, The; Harlem Fuss; Numb Fumblin'; Ain't Misbehavin'; Sweet Savannah Sue; I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling; Love Me or Leave Me; Gladyse; Valentine Stomp; Waiting at the End of the Road; ...
Campus Concert/Feeling Is Believing (1998)
This release covers both a live concert performed at Purdue University in 1964, and Garner's first album release of the '70s. An eccentric pianist, defying categorization, Garner's career was constantly refueled by his ability to change and adapt to new ...
Music from "The Connection" (1960) Top Seller
This is part of Blue Note's Limited Edition Connoisseur series.
Freddie Redd composed the music for Jack Gelber's The Connection, a gritty play about musician junkies. Gelber had originally thought that the play would feature real musicians -- who would also ...
Ladies Man (2004)
By 2004, Pinetop Perkins may have entered his twilight years, and the fiery action he brought to the 88s in Muddy Waters's band in the 1960s may have mellowed to a smoother blues, but LADIES MAN proves he's still got ...
Nightshift: Live at the Blue Note (1995) Top Seller
This is a particularly well-balanced set with pianist Dave Brubeck (then 73) in typically creative form. Although Brubeck (who is accompanied throughout by bassist Jack Six and drummer Randy Jones) is actually the real star of every selection (coming up ...
||Ray Brown / Milt Jackson / Oscar Peterson & the Very Tall Band / Oscar Peterson|
Very Tall Band: Live at the Blue Note (1999)
This CD was recorded using Sony Direct Stream Digital & Super Bit Mapping technology.
Recorded live at the Blue Note, New York, New York from November 24-26, 1998. Includes liner notes by Alyn Shipton.
Oscar Peterson's landmark meeting with Milt Jackson in ...
Canvas is pianist Robert Glasper's second recording, and his first on Blue Note. He's joined by bassist Vincente Archer and drummer Damion Reid for the main portion of Canvas, while tenor Mark Turner and vocalist Bilal make two appearances each. ...
Original Honeydripper (1978) Top Seller
This label can really be counted on to do a fine job on documenting an artist. For a recording of this artist in his later years, one can't really do better than this set, which captures Sykes live on stage ...
Timeless Portraits and Dreams (2006)
Geri Allen's musical interests prove to be quite diverse in Timeless Portraits and Dreams, delving into jazz, spirituals, sacred works and originals, accompanied by two of the most in-demand veterans, bassist Ron Carter and drummer Jimmy Cobb, throughout most of ...
V.S.O.P.: The Quintet (1977)
This is a specially imported limited edition 20-bit digital remaster from Japan.
With the cheers and huzzahs from their 1976 one-off reunion still resounding, the reconstituted Miles Davis Quintet minus Miles went on the road in 1977, spreading their 1965-vintage gospel ...
Adventurous Monk (2014)
The third in pianist Eric Reed's ongoing exploration of the music of pianist Thelonious Monk, 2014's The Adventurous Monk is a highly engaging, deeply swinging celebration of the bebop innovator's sound. The album follows up Reed's previous Monk-themed albums, 2011's ...
I Don't Worry About a Thing/Mose Alive! (1999)
Why does this great 1962 release remain in print while other classic Mose Allison albums languish in CD limbo? Probably because it contains the original version of Allison's most well known song, "Your Mind is on Vacation," a sarcastic blues ...
Smokin' Out Loud (2004) Top Seller
Mike LeDonne, who is better known as a pianist, is also a talented organist in the Jimmy Smith/Charles Earland/Don Patterson tradition. His quartet set is straight-ahead hard bop rather than soul-jazz, with excellent solos from LeDonne, tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander, ...
||Dave Brubeck / Dave Quartet Brubeck|
Jazz at Oberlin (1953)
Dubbed as Dave Brubeck's first of many live recordings issued from concert performances on college campuses, Jazz at Oberlin (Ohio, in the Finney Chapel) also takes to task the notion that his band was ineffably cool. Alto saxophonist Paul Desmond ...
Dave Brubeck's Greatest Hits (1966)
Also available in a 3-pack with MILES DAVIS' GREATEST HITS and THELONIOUS MONK'S GREATEST HITS.
Recorded between April 18, 1956 and July 15, 1964. Includes liner notes by George T. Simon.
Digitally remastered by Mark Wilder and Rob Schwarz (Sony Music Studios, ...
Spiral (2006) Top Seller
||Bonus DVD; Limited Edition
The Japanese pianist, who was schooled by jazz luminaries like Oscar Peterson and Chick Corea, combines elements of jazz, avant-garde, and classical music on her third full-length album.
Personnel: Hiromi Uehara (piano); Tony Grey (bass instrument); Martin Valihora (drums).