Randy Brecker Discography
Associated with: Todd Rundgren
, Eric Clapton
, Steely Dan
, James Taylor
, Paul Simon
, David Sanborn
, Jaco Pastorius
, Brecker Brothers
, Lou Reed
, Grover Washington, Jr.
, Michael Franks
, Mingus Big Band
, 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
, Steve Million
, Richard Cole
Show only: Box Sets (25) • CD (663) • MP3 (258) • DVD (2) • Vinyl LP (28) • Super-Audio CD (3) • Same Day Ship (1) • On Sale (1) • Import (60) • Original Artist (30) • Contributed To (640)
||Grover Washington, Jr.|
Secret Place (1976)
A SECRET PLACE was produced by Creed Taylor and issued on his Kudu imprint, while the versatile David Matthews arranged the horn section. This lineup may not be surprising, but the scope of the recording is. Washington could have gone ...
Very Best of David Wilcox (2001)
The Very Best of David Wilcox is drawn from only the second, third, and fourth albums of a singer/songwriter who had recorded eight albums by the time of its release, which should give a good idea of its completeness. Wilcox ...
Coming Out (1976)
Manhattan Transfer's second Atlantic recording, Coming Out, showcases the talented singers (Tim Hauser, Alan Paul, Janis Siegel, and Laurel Masse) on a strictly pop affair. The only hints of jazz pop up in Siegel's ballad "Scotch and Soda" and a ...
Eyes of the Elders (2001)
Eyes of the Elders is saxophonist and flutist T.K. Blue's second release as a leader on the Arkadia Jazz label, a collection of 13 songs that pertain to certain jazz elders -- John Coltrane, Charlie Mingus, Benny Carter, and Denzel ...
In Pursuit of the 27TH Man (1972)
This is part of Blue Note Records "Rudy Van Gelder Editions" series.
This obscure Horace Silver LP features two separate sessions by the pianist/composer. On three selections he is joined by trumpeter Randy Brecker, tenor great Michael Brecker, Bob Cranshaw on ...
One Man Dog (1972)
Mostly recorded at Taylor's home studio, ONE MAN DOG is an atypical release for a man known for putting out straightforward sets of his distinctive brand of folk-rock. This release from 1972 came after Taylor had achieved a good measure ...
Brecker Bros. (1975)
First date for brothers from 1975. Side one is solid jazz/funk/fusion. They called it "skunk-funk." With David Sanborn (as) and Don Grolnick (k). ~ Michael G. Nastos
Out of print in the U.S.! German pressing of this 1975 release from the ...
Boys in the Trees (1978)
Building on the strengths of its predecessor ANOTHER PASSENGER, BOYS IN THE TREES continues Carly Simon's artistic progress in the face of declining success on the pop singles charts. Unlike ANOTHER PASSENGER, Simon scored a hit off of BOYS IN ...
Track Listing: Four Brothers; Gal in Calico, A; Love for Sale; Je Voulais; On a Little Street in Singapore; In a Mellow Tone; Walk in Love; Who, What, When, Where, Why; It's Not the Spotlight; Pieces of Dreams; Where Did Our Love Go; Single Girl;
Big Boss Band (1990)
A very personal project for George Benson, BIG BOSS BAND fulfills a promise he made to Count Basie before his death--that he would do a recording in Basie style. Seven years later, Benson stepped in front of the Count Basie ...
Return of the Brecker Brothers (1992)
When it comes to the origins of fusion (jazz with rock, funk, etc.), the Brecker Brothers--Randy and Michael--were right there in the very beginning, playing (separately and together) with Larry Coryell, Billy Cobham, and other early practioners of the burgeoning ...
Good King Bad (1975)
Whether he gets (enough) credit or not from jazz heads, guitarist George Benson certainly created the template for smooth jazz , with 1975's GOOD KING BAD a perfect example of the style in its infant stages. Benson combines his classy, ...
Children of the Night (1978)
In the 1970s, trumpeter Randy and tenor saxophonist Michael Brecker primarily worked as busy studio musicians and co-led the popular R&B/jazz group the Brecker Brothers. On rare occasions, they took vacations from the commercial world and played post-bop jazz. This ...
||Delirium Blues Project|
Serve or Suffer (2008)
When keyboardist Kenny Werner and vocalist Roseanne Vitro formed the Delirium Blues Project, their idea was to reshape songs from a wide variety of musical styles into bluesy settings. With Werner's inspired charts and Vitro's expressive vocals, plus a superb ...
||Larry Coryell / Larry Coryell & Eleventh House|
Improvisations: Best of the Vanguard Years (1999)
Recorded between 1969 & 1979. Includes liner notes by Sam Graham and Josef Woodard.
Some of Larry Coryell's admirers have exalted him as the man who single-handedly invented fusion guitar. While that claim is a bit of an overstatement -- there ...
By the time Winners was wrapped up in the studio, Kleeer were riding high on the disco wave, thanks in no small part to the smash singles on their debut record, "Keeep Your Body Workin'" and "Tonight's the Night." With ...
Essential Larry Coryell (1975)
When Larry Coryell recorded the sides gathered on this 70-minute CD, fusion was still a new and radical idea -- and the guitarist was one of the adventurers who did more than his part to get the ball rolling. Coryell's ...
Give It What U Got (1987)
On his Atlantic Records debut, producer, bandleader, and guitarist Hiram Bullock comes ripping out of the gate with a prime bit of '80s jazz-rock, "Down the Pipe" with Ricky Peterson on synthesizers, drummer Charlie Drayton, and the Brecker brothers in ...
||Bill O'Connell Latin Jazz Project|
Black Sand (2001)
Pianist Bill O'Connell presents the debut of his Latin Jazz Project, which mainly features bassists Andy Gonzalez and Charles Fambrough, drummer Steve Berrios, and percussionist Milton Cardona. Alto and soprano saxophonist Joe Ford appears on four tracks and is quite ...
||Meridian Arts Ensemble|
Ear Mind I (2005)
One of the best Meridian albums. Track Listing: Lumpy Gravy; Marqueson's Chicken; King Kong; Pygmy Twylyte; Hungry Freaks Daddy; The Black Page; Sanctity; Moo Shu Wrap Rap; Fanfare for Nothing; Sleepless; MAE We Strut?; Crunch; Brass Quintet; Dr. J Geyser; ...
With a Little Help from Our Friends (2005)
Audio Mixer: Brian Melvin.
Liner Note Author: Brian Melvin.
Recording information: Peter Karl's Studio, Brooklyn, NY (04/20/2003); System Two Studios, Brooklyn, NY (04/20/2003).
Photographers: Carl Studna; Takehiko Tokiwa.
Arrangers: Dave Kikoski; Brian Melvin.
Beatlejazz: Boris Koslov, Larry Grenadier (bass instrument); Dave Kikoski, Brian Melvin.
Personnel: Mike ...
Head to Head (1994)
Engineers include: Bill Malina, Earl Cohen, Mark Partis.
Personnel: Jonathan Butler (vocals, guitar).
Recording information: Battery Studios; Capitol studios, Los Angeles, CA; Electric Lady Studios; Hit F; Skyline Studios; Sorcerer Studios.
Personnel includes: Jonathan Butler (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, acoustic & electric ...
Track Listing: Jetsons, The; My Favorite Things; Leave It to Beaver; Bali Hai; Schindler's List; Hawaii Five-0; America; Mannix; Ben Casey; Raiders March; Forrest Gump; Maniac;
All I Want for Christmas (2000)
The liner notes that Slim Man wrote for this Christmas CD get off to a very frank and candid start when the jazzy, subtle, cool-toned pop singer states, "I don't like to admit it, but I was never real crazy ...
Japanese only SHM-CD pressing packaged in a paper sleeve. Warner. 2012.
While on first listen Michael Franks' Passionfruit appears to convey a jazz fusion approach, the inclusion of such contributors as Naná Vasconcelos, Astrud Gilberto and Toots Thielemans actually shows it ...
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