Randy Brecker Discography
Associated with: Todd Rundgren
, Eric Clapton
, Steely Dan
, Paul Simon
, Jaco Pastorius
, James Taylor
, David Sanborn
, Brecker Brothers
, Grover Washington, Jr.
, Michael Franks
, Mingus Big Band
, Lou Reed
, George Benson
, Average White Band
, Carly Simon
, Maynard Ferguson
, Spyro Gyra
, Billy Cobham
, Gato Barbieri
, Blue Oyster Cult
, Herbie Mann
, Larry Coryell
, Mike Mainieri
, Jason Miles
, Mingus Dynasty
, Richard Cole
, Steve Million
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Another Standard (1997)
Recorded at Sound On Sound, New York, New York. Includes liner notes by Karen Bennett.
Personnel: Bob Berg (soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Mike Stern (guitar); Randy Brecker (trumpet, flugelhorn); Dave Kikoski (piano); Gary Novak (drums).
Audio Mixer: Bernie Kirsh.
Liner Note Author: ...
Under Rousseau's Moon (2006)
Gil Goldstein has always been an adventurous musician testing boundaries, but this may be his most eclectic release. With a group that includes elements of straight-ahead and contemporary jazz (saxophonist Chris Potter, trumpeter Michael Brecker, vibraphonist Mike Maineri and electric ...
Heart to Heart (1978)
By the time of his third album, altoist David Sanborn's popularity and influence was growing month by month. Most of these numbers feature Sanborn with an enlarged rhythm section (with such studio vets as guitarists Hugh McCracken and David Spinozza, ...
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Que Viva Mingus! (1997)
Que Viva Mingus! is an album dedicated to Mingus' considerable output of Latin-influenced jazz. The selections here include well-known Mingus compositions like "Los Mariachis," "Dizzy Moods," "Ysabel's Table Dance," and "Cumbia and Jazz Fusion," as well as some more obscure ...
Mental Images (1994)
Personnel: Robin Eubanks (vocals, trombone, bass synthesizer, string synthesizer, cowbells); Kevin Eubanks (acoustic guitar); Kimati Dinizulu (berimbau, percussion); Antonio Hart (alto saxophone); Randy Brecker (trumpet); Michael Cain (piano, synthesizer); Kenny Davis (double bass, bass guitar); Dave Holland (double bass); Gene ...
New Sensations (1984)
Lou Reed never struck anyone as one of the happiest guys in rock & roll, so some fans were taken aback when his 1984 album New Sensations kicked off with "I Love You, Suzanne," a catchy up-tempo rocker that sounded ...
Infinite McCoys/Human Ball (2008)
The McCoys enjoyed a massive international hit with their first shot in the big leagues -- after producers Richard Gottehrer, Jerry Goldstein, and Bob Feldman discovered them when they shared the bill with the Strangeloves in Ohio, the McCoys landed ...
Tomorrow's Promises (1977)
All tracks have been digitally remastered using HDCD technology.
This early Don Pullen recording helped introduce him to jazz listeners. The pianist is heard in a variety of settings including a duet with multireedist George Adams on "Last Year's Lies and ...
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Person to Person/Warner Communications (2009)
2009 two CD set containing a pair of albums from the above-average Scottish Funk band: Person To Person (1977) and Warmer Communications (1978). Person To Person was originally released as a double live album and features blistering versions of their ...
Soulful Crooner (1973)
Soulful Crooner's rather awkward title actually provides a pretty good description of Nick Holmes' approach. The New York-based singer/songwriter had been a part of the loose `60s/early-`70s collective White Elephant, which found hotshot N.Y.C. session musicians like Mike Mainieri, the ...
Lay of the Land (2002)
Track Listing: First Order of Business, The; Essence; At Home Again; Lay of the Land, The; Cherokee; Climate; Avid Listener, The; Way You Look Tonight, The; Star Spangled Banner, The;
The 1993 release of WANDERLUST contains 1 track that did not appear on the original release.
This is a re-issue of the contemporary jazz album featureing Michael Brecker, Don Grolnick, Steve Kahn, Marcus Miller, Peter Eckstine, Warren Bernhardt and Tony Levin. ...
Club 1600 (2000)
Although this album is credited to various artists, the real auteur behind it is producer Rex Rideout, whose concept for it was similar to that of the all-star albums assembled by Quincy Jones, such as Q's Jook Joint. In fact, ...
Will took up drums after seeing the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show, and by the time he was 12 had formed his first band in Miami. The band members each earned $9 a night playing the popular surfing tunes ...
Groove Elation (1995)
John Scofield has continued to grow and evolve year by year. This 1995 set is quite blues-oriented, sometimes boppish and fairly laid-back, almost sounding like a Jimmy Smith or Groove Holmes date from the 1960s. Larry Goldings (who doubles occasionally ...
Sky Train (1976)
Recording information: RCA Studios, New York, NY (11/1976).
Arranger: Barry Miles.
Personnel: Barry Miles (piano, electric piano, Clavinet, keyboards, mini-Moog synthesizer, vibraphone, drums); Jeff Mironov, Vic Juris (guitar); Eric Kloss (alto saxophone); Joseph J. Shepley, Randy Brecker, Tom Harrell, Joe Shepley, Burt ...
Shade is an outstanding album of contemporary jazz from (mostly) tenor saxman Richard Cole. This album opens with a bang and a slightly larger ensemble in something of a tribute to Joe Henderson. Cole, as well as trumpeters Thomas Marriott ...
Time of New Beginnings (2010)
With countless jazz CDs of original material by young, up-and-coming artists, jazz journalists and broadcasters can feel overwhelmed trying to uncover the gems among them. But composer/arranger Chie Imaizumi's ability to attract commissioned works and top players to perform her ...
More Jazz Takes on Joni Mitchell (2000)
On More Jazz Takes on Joni Mitchell, saxophonist David Lahm continues to interpret several folk-rock classics from the Joni Mitchell songbook by rearranging them with excellent jazz sensibilities. He goes beyond his 1999 release Jazz Takes on Joni Mitchell by ...
Picture This (1987)
Recorded by Umbi Studios, Castelnuovo, Italy; Le Gonks West, Hollywood, California; Soundtracks, New York, New York.
Cobham's third time at bat for GRP sees him adopting more of the label's smooth-surface anonymity, but his own good taste and deft twist of ...
Gato Barbieri's Finest Hour (2000)
Recorded between 1973 and 1979. Includes liner notes by Carl Woideck.
Digitally remastered by Jeff Willens (Universal Mastering Studios-East).
A ten-track sampling of the career of Latin jazz tenor saxophonist Gato Barbieri, demonstrating his range from passionate South American melodies to his ...
Behind Closed Doors, Vol. 1 (1998)
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS VOLUME 1 is a collection of previously unreleased tracks recorded at various sessions between 1991 and 1996.
This interesting collection of previously unreleased material features drummer Peter Erskine in several different settings dating from 1991-1996. Erskine's drums are ...
Drummer Dennis Chambers is a first-call session ace who is comfortable within a variety of settings and/or genres. He has also evolved into one of the most admired drummers on the globe due to his high-powered polyrhythmic funk beats and ...
Latin Jazz Fantasy (2004)
Historically, the term Latin jazz has been used to describe a mixture of hard bop or post-bop and Afro-Cuban rhythms (son, cha-cha, mambo, guaguancó, danzón, etc.). But Latin music is more than Afro-Cuban music; it's also everything from Argentinean tango ...
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Dave Grusin Presents GRP All-Star Big Band Live! (1993)
The second of three releases by the GRP All-Star Big Band (headed by Dave Grusin) has lots of exciting moments, including "Manteca," "Blue Train," and a version of "Cherokee" that has tradeoffs by trumpeters Arturo Sandoval, Randy Brecker, Byron Stripling, ...
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