Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.
Bobby Hutcherson: The Kicker
Dave Brubeck The Riddle with Bill Smith Columbia CL 1454 a 1960 release. A very pleasing and interesting release from Brubeck et al.
After Dave, Paul had to get air time.
Miles Davis - My Funny Valentine
With George Coleman, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams. Recorded 1965. MFSL vinyl..
Taking another swing through this fine live LP by Clark Terry, Ernie Wilkins, and a host of European musicians.
Picked this up yesterday. Louis Bellson- The Louis Bellson Explosion(1975)
Louis "rocked"... Great drummer. I wish I had more music from him.
Gil Evans & Ten
Analogue Productions Prestige vinyl stereo reissue. Originally released 1957.
This is the 1st Louis Bellson as leader for me
Now ripping and playing Stanley Turrentine- Use The Stairs
Second turrentine I picked up this week with Cedar Walton, Grady Tate and Ron Carter backing him
Wolfgang Dauner - Output
Weather Report - Black Market
Tord Gustavsen Trio
Jackie McLean -- Jackie's Bag
Jackie McLean, Donald Byrd, Sonny Clark, Paul Chambers, Philly Joe Jones, Blue Mitchell, Tina Brooks, Kenny Drew, Art Taylor
Elvin! - Elvin Jones
West Side Story Suite ~ Joe Policastro Trio
The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Brubeck Time
Brubeck Time is a jazz album by The Dave Brubeck Quartet, a rare studio recording from that period of the band, when it was recording mostly live albums. It was recorded in the fall of 1954, and originally released in 1955 under the Columbia label as CL 622
The album features one of the earlier Quartet lineups, with Bob Bates on bass and Joe Dodge on drums. Although now not as famous as some of the band's other albums, in retrospect it has a lot of depth, and those interested in jazz will find it "certainly worth acquiring".
John Coltrane - The Believer
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