Track Listing: Prince of Peace; Creator Has a Master Plan, The; Song for My Father; Bag's Groove; C.C. Rider; China Doll; Just in Time to See the Sun; Shape Your Mind to Die; It's My Life I'm Fighting For; Balance of Life; Little Sunflower; Sun Song;
A glowing, pregnant Carly Simon smiles out from the cover of Hotcakes, one of her biggest selling albums, which featured the gold single "Mockingbird," a duet with her husband James Taylor that effectively remade the old Inez and Charlie Foxx ...
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Cannonball Plays Zawinul (2004)
Compiled by pianist Joe Zawinul, this Capitol collection features 10 songs composed by Zawinul himself and performed by the Cannonball Adderley Quintet. Both one-time members of Miles Davis's groups, Adderley and Zawinul began their association in the early 1960s when ...
Baiyina (The Clear Evidence) (1968)
All through the 1960s, the work of virtuoso guitarist Pat Martino was documented on a variety of solo projects, and through his sideman cameos with Willis Jackson, Sonny Stitt and organ master Don Patterson. The ascendancy of this legendary Philadelphia ...
Big Band: A Tribute to Basie (1966)
Recorded in 1966 and originally released on LP by Solid State Records that same year as Tribute to Count Basie, this delightful ten-song set has seen the digital light before in 1996 when Laser Light released it on CD under ...
Here Comes (1966)
||(Pre-Order) (Import) Japan
Digitally remastered by Chris Herles (Sony Studios, New York, New York).
Recorded in New York, New York on March 7, 1964 and january 17, 1966. Includes liner notes by Stanley Dance.
Personnel: Earl "Fatha" Hines (piano); Richard Davis (bass); Elvin Jones (drums).
Life Time (1964)
The Rudy Van Gelder Edition of LIFE TIME includes an essay by Bob Blumenthal.
Digitally remastered using 24-bit technology by Rudy Van Gelder.
This is part of the Blue Note Rudy Van Gelder Editions series.
Tony Williams' groundbreaking stint with Miles Davis' quintet ...
With Malice Toward None: The Music Of Tom McIntosh (2004)
Tom McIntosh has widely been heralded for his abilities as a jazz composer and arranger, yet the trombonist did not make his recording debut as a leader until he was 76 years old. Fans of his superb writing will be ...
||Jazz Monterey: 1958-1980 (1982)
Recorded live at the Monterey Jazz Festival, Monterey, California between 1958 and 1980. Includes liner notes by Jimmy Lyons and Dr. Herb Wong.
Prior to its reissue by Quicksilver, this two-CD anthology was briefly available as a two-LP set from the ...
Voice That Is! (1965)
(2-LP set)(45-RPM) "The lush baritone voice of Johnny Hartman enriched many big bands in the Forties and Fifties including Dizzy Gillespie's and Erol Garner's. But in the Sixties he recorded many fine albums as leader and with all-star small groups. ...
Plays Cedar Walton (1991)
Compilation of three albums recorded for Prestige between 1967-1969 highlighting pianist Cedar Walton's own compositions. Backed by trumpeter Kenny Dorham & Blue Mitchell, saxophonist Junior Cook & Clifford Jordan, bassists Leroy Vinnegar & Richard Davis
Still as criminally overlooked as he ...
Relaxin' at Camarillo (1980)
Digitally remastered by Phil De Lancie (1993, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).
Originally on Contemporary, this CD reissue teams the great tenor Joe Henderson with pianist Chick Corea, either Tony Dumas or Richard Davis on bass, and Peter Erskine or Tony Williams ...
Ultimate Sarah Vaughan (1997)
Dee Dee Bridgewater compiled The Ultimate Sarah Vaughan, a 16-track selection of her best-known songs that offers an excellent introduction to her Verve recordings. Although purists and collectors will have little use for this set, it suits the purposes of ...
St. Louis Blues (2001)
By the late '90s, Archie Shepp was no longer the revolutionary he once was, but he had established himself as a fine performer of blues, standards, and original pieces. For this release, he takes his woozy, sometimes breathy tenor in ...
Michel Sardaby in New York (2003)
Recorded at RCA Studios, New York, New York in 1972.
Personnel: Michel Sardaby (piano); Richard Davis (bass); Billy Cobham (drums); Ray Barretto (congas).
Originally recorded for the Japanese East Wind label and only made available domestically on a 1979 Inner City LP, this trio outing by pianist Andrew Hill also features bassist Richard Davis and drummer Roger Blank. Hill performs six of his ...
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Eric Dolphy at the Five Spot, Vol. 2 (1961)
Recorded live at The Five Spot, New York, New York on July 16, 1961. Originally released on Prestige (7294).
Reed player/composer/arranger Eric Dolphy was, in the early '60s, in the vanguard of the free jazz movement, yet his music was not ...
Red in New York (1977)
Vibraphonist Red Norvo recorded this with a specially manufactured & amplified new set of vibes, one of only two or three in existence. He made all the necessary arrangements to do this date all by himself - he picked the ...
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Stan Getz & Bill Evans (1973)
The only studio meeting between Stan Getz and Bill Evans took place over two days in 1964, with the aggressive drummer Elvin Jones and either Richard Davis or Ron Carter on bass. It is peculiar that Verve shelved the results ...
Pharoah Sanders gently acknowledges several standards, John Coltrane, a Richard Davis original, and the blues of T-Bone Walker on Naima. This is not the Pharoah of Jewels of Thought, Karma, or Izipho Zam. Gone is the free jazz screeching and ...
Fabric 51 (2010)
DJ: DJ T. Track Listing: Windshield Wiper Law; I Just Wanna Be Your Disco Bitch; Drown Dogs; A Million Secrets [Salax Peep Show Remix]; Ellelli [Kalabrese Remix]; Give Me Pain; Pata Pata; Jesus Was A B-Boy [TJ Kong & Nuno ...
In N Out (1964)
|| (Import) Bonus Track; Japan; Remastered; Super-High Material
This progressive session from Joe Henderson is a quintessential mid-'60s Blue Note disc. Although a great deal of attention has been placed on the significance of the work of Miles Davis and John Coltrane at that time, Henderson was one ...
Fantastic Jazz Harp of Dorothy Ashby/Live at the Top (2000)
Recorded live at The Village Gate, New York, New York. Originally released on Atlantic (1521).
This budget two-fer from the Jazz Collectables label teams up a pair of separate Atlantic recordings from jazz harpist Dorothy Ashby and pianist Junior Mance. On ...
Laws of Jazz/Flute by Laws (1994)
THE LAWS OF JAZZ recorded in New York on April 2 & 22, 1964. FLUTE BY-LAWS recorded on August 25 & September 13, 1965 and February 24, 1966. THE LAWS OF JAZZ originally released on Atlantic (1432). FLUTE BY-LAWS originally ...
See You at the Fair (1964)
SEE YOU AT THE FAIR is part of the "GRP Legendary Masters Of Jazz Series."
On SEE YOU AT THE FAIR, we hear a mature Ben Webster performing with both a quartet and a nonet, featuring arrangements of tunes such as ...