An album that was years ahead of its time – and which still stands as one of the boldest statements from the New York jazz underground of the 60s! The revolutionary styles of the scene were documented by bigger labels like Impulse and Blue Note – but this obscure indie set goes even ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Original red/black label pressing, in a textured black cover, but with no artwork.)
Magical work on drums from Sunny Murray – a later recording done with reedman Sabir Mateen – plus a few surprise guests on some of the tracks in the set! Murray's drums have all the power and presence we remember from years back – dimmed slightly with age, but given a lot more ... read moreCD
A great follow-up to the first Perles Noires album – and like that one, a set that starts with some great duet energy between reedman Sabir Mateen and drummer Sunny Murray! Sunny's playing the drum kit wonderfully here – almost melodically, with his approach to different touches and ... read moreCD
One of the grooviest takes on The Beatles we've ever heard – served up by a hip group of LA players led by pianist Don Randi! The style here is very hard and percussive – more soulful and swinging than the original tunes on the Rubber Soul album, and often done with a tightly vamping ... read moreCD
Jasmine Myra —
Horizons ... LP Gondwana (UK), 2022. New Copy ...
Just Sold Out!
Really lovely music from saxophonist Jasmine Myra – an artist who's a great fit for the contemporary spiritual sound of the Gondwana label! Myra has great ties to the contemporary British scene, and as with some of her contemporaries, she's far more than just a soloist – as the album ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
There's a vampire with a flute on the cover – and that image alone is more than enough to make us drop the needle on this rare Japanese gem from the 70s! And fortunately, the sound of the music is equally cool – funky fusion with some nicely spacey currents – almost a Mizell ... (Japanese, Jazz)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
You gotta love a group who names themselves after one of the best songs from John Coltrane – and the quartet really delivers, with vibes from Jochen Schmidt, guitar from Markus Wienstroer, bass from Theo De Jong, and drums from Gerhard Jeltes! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some light wear and a very small bumped corner, but is nice overall.)
Tonu Naissoo's been making records for many years as a key player on the Estonian scene – but this is his first-ever all-electric set – a cooking little album that has Tonu stepping out on Fender Rhodes, Clavinet, Moog, and other keyboards! The rhythms are great, and the whole thing's ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Shintaro Nakamura with Shunzo Ohno —
Evolution ... CD Street Noise/BBE (Japan), 1984. New Copy ...
Soaring piano lines, burning trumpet solos, and soulful tenor sax – all wrapped together beautifully in this obscure Japanese session from the 80s – a date that has all the free-thinking power and unbounded energy of some of our favorite American soul jazz sessions from a decade before! ... read moreCD
Sweet fusion from a group headed up by legendary Polish saxman Zbigniew Namyslowski – a player whose softening his tone a bit at the end of the 70s, but still keeping things plenty darn soulful! The group's got electric bass, guitar, and lots of keyboards – and while some of the record ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Nao's a singer with an unusual sense of phrasing and a great ear for a song – one that has her putting together a really well-chosen batch of material that gets past the usual while still also staying in familiar jazz territory too! The approach is a bit like some of the best indie jazz ... (Vocalists, Jazz)read moreCD
Qasim Naqvi/Wadada Leo Smith/Andrew Cyrille —
Two Centuries ... CD Red Hook, 2022. New Copy ...
Quasim Naqvi's the youngest member of the lineup here – working beside legends Wadada Leo Smith on trumpet and Andrew Cyrille on drums – yet he fits right into the mix, and does a great job here of exploring some of the more far-ranging territory that both Cyrille and Smith have handled ... read moreCD
Quasim Naqvi's the youngest member of the lineup here – working beside legends Wadada Leo Smith on trumpet and Andrew Cyrille on drums – yet he fits right into the mix, and does a great job here of exploring some of the more far-ranging territory that both Cyrille and Smith have handled ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Fabiano Do Nascimento —
Ykytu ... CD Now Again, 2021. New Copy ...
Maybe the most personal album to date from Fabiano Do Nascimento – a set that continues the Brazilian acoustic guitar legacy of players like Baden Powell, Egberto Gismonti, and some of the older greats – but which finds a way to express its sound in a very contemporary way! Fabiano ... (Brazil, Jazz)read moreCD
Beautiful music from a group that features familiar players from the world of improvised music, but coming together here in a very different way! Joshua Abrams leads the group, and he's playing guimbri instead of his usual bass – a lighter stringed instrument used with global currents that ... read moreCD
Revival ... CD Urban Discos (Japan), 2023. New Copy ...
The group's just a trio, but they've got a wonderfully full sound – a rich funky groove that comes from just drums, bass, and keyboards – yet which has this soaring reach that almost takes us back to the 70s genius of work on labels like Fantasy or Prestige! Drummer Toshiyuki Sasaki is ... (Deep Funk, Jazz)read moreCD
A pretty hip split album – a set that features one side each of work by two contemporary Japanese combos! Side one features the Nautilus trio – a trio with mighty sweet keyboards and heavy funky drums – perfect for the group's jazzy instrumental remakes of tunes that include Gil ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A full LP issue of material that Fats Navarro recorded for Blue Note during the 78 and 10" LP eras – compiled here with master and alternate takes of tunes that were some of the few that Navarro ever recorded for the label! Some of the work was recorded under groups led by Tadd Dameron ... read moreCD
A great set of early modern bop material – 37 tracks that bring together the complete Blue Note recordings of Tadd Dameron and Fats Navarro – about half of them featuring Navarro in Dameron's group, the other half featuring Fats on his own, working with Bud Powell, Howard McGhee, and ... read moreCD
(Out of print. Mark through barcode, promotional stamp on CD, and sticker on booklet.)
Fantastic funky fusion from the 70s Argentine scene – a set that begins with a killer take on the Led Zeppelin tune "Black Dog", and only gets even groovier after that! Jorge Navarro leads the group on piano, Hammond, and Fender Rhodes – and the group is a tight combo with ... read moreCD
A really unique little record from Ze Eduardo Nazario – a set that maybe begins in improvised jazz, but which soon opens up to a world of different sonic possibilities – on some moments that have a very Brazilian vibe overall, even if it is an experimental one! Eduardo plays a range of ... (Brazil, Jazz)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
An incredible departure for Meshell Ndegeocello – a jazz-based project with a sound that's different than any of her other work! The album shows a depth that we never expected – a richly instrumental mode that's only touched by vocals on a few songs – and which is mostly ... (Neo Soul, Jazz)read moreCD
One of the first larger concept albums from Oliver Nelson – and a set that really marked a strong step forward as a jazz arranger! The album is one long suite – as you might guess from the title – with righteous themes that deal not just with rising independence in postwar Africa ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Mono blue trident label pressing with RVG stamp. Cover has a cutout hole, some ringwear, heavy edge wear, some stains along the spine, and small split in the bottom seam.)
One of the all-time classics of early 60's mainstream jazz – and a beautiful record that showcases writing and arranging talents of Oliver Nelson! Nelson had been bumping around a variety of sessions before this one – as a leader, sideman, and arranger – but it was with this ... read moreCD
(1995 digipak pressing. Digipack has corner wear.)
Oliver Nelson's follow-up to his classic Blues & The Abstract Truth session for Impulse – and like that one, a tremendous little album – filled with deep tones and wonderful colors in sound! The group here's a bit larger than before – an ensemble that includes Phil Woods on ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Orange and black label mono pressing with Van Gelder stamp – cover and vinyl are nice. Cover has a small cutout hole.)
One of the most impressive albums ever from arranger Oliver Nelson – a set that really shows the full depth of his mighty talents! Side one features Nelson working with a larger orchestra – similar to the kind of ensemble he arranged for other artists in the 60s, but handled here with ... read moreCD
(Cutout hole through booklet and traycard.)
Oliver Nelson —
Swiss Suite ... CD Flying Dutchman/BGP (UK), 1971. New Copy ...
A killer set of searing soulful spiritual material from Oliver Nelson – and one of his best albums of the 70s! There's hardly anything "Swiss" in the music – save for the fact that it was recorded at the Montreux Jazz Fest – as the large ensemble recording has Nelson at ... read moreCD
A great little small group session by Nelson – one that has him working in a quintet with Eric Dolphy, one that shows that Nelson could be a strongly modernist player when he wanted to be! Dolphy plays alto, bass clarinet, and flute – and Nelson's tone is appropriately biting to match ... read moreCD
A unique little outing for Oliver Nelson – one that breaks him out of the familiar territory of the studio, and puts him in a much more spontaneous live setting! Nelson's playing soprano sax on the album – using the instrument in an edgey way that has echoes of Coltrane, yet which also ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Rainbow label stereo pressing. Cover has light edge wear and a spot of gloss peel at the opening.)
An incredibly interesting record – and more of a spoken album than a jazz one, but with great jazz work by Oliver Nelson too! The album's a loving tribute to Carl B. Stokes, the first black mayor of a major American city (Cleveland) – and it's one of the strongest in a series of ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a small cutout mark.)
Oliver Nelson/King Curtis/Jimmy Forrest —
Soul Battle ... LP Prestige, 1960. Very Good ...
This is the kind of battle we like to see! Three heavy tenors – Nelson, King, and Jimmy Forrest – come head to head in a relaxed set of tunes cut in that Prestige blowing session mode, but tweaked with a bit more tightness, in the style of some of the label's emerging soul jazz sides ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Black and silver label stereo pressing with Van Gelder stamp. Cover has a bit of wear and ink stamps in back, looks great otherwise.)
This is the kind of battle we like to see! Three heavy tenors – Nelson, King, and Jimmy Forrest – come head to head in a relaxed set of tunes cut in that Prestige blowing session mode, but tweaked with a bit more tightness, in the style of some of the label's emerging soul jazz sides ... read moreCD
A wonderful blend of spoken word and jazz – contemporary, but put together with the strength of similar records from the 70s – those secret texts of knowledge that often used to be sold as much in bookstores as in the record racks! AK Toney and Jasik provide the spoken passages, set to ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Cassie Kinoshi on alto saxophone, Nubya Garcia on tenor saxophone, Rosie Turton on trombone, Sheila Maurice-Grey on trombone, Nubya Garcia on flute, Shirley Tetteh on guitar, Rio Kai on electric bass, Rio Kai on double bass, and Lizy Exell on drums. CD
One of the most obscure sessions for the legendary Mode label – a one-off date by The Bernie Nerow Trio – a group that was actually led by pianist Peter Nero, working here under a "nom de date"! The Nero sound here is much jazzier than on any of his more overblown pop ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has some wear and aging, a small name in pen, tiny split in the top seam, center split in the bottom seam, and some light stains in back.)
Titles include "Juggernaut", "Zebrano", "Catwalk", "Body And Soul", "My Dear", "What Is This Thing Called Love", "Wasamba", "Too Much Of A Good Thing", "Cinema Paradiso", "Blue Sesame", and "Alph ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
With featured soloists Tom Ranier on piano, Jack Trott on trumpet, Alan Kaplan on trombone, Eric Marienthal on saxophone, Herbie Harper on trombone, Dave Edwards on saxhophone, John Perett on drums, Jack Coan on flugelhorn, Bob Hardaway on tenor, Roger Neumann on tenor, John Heard on bass, and ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
That's Antonio Neves wielding a trombone on the cover – but the set's got elements that move way past his great work on that horn – drawn from very collaborative contributions from different members of the contemporary scene in Rio! The record's got a jazz basis at the core, but ... (Brazil, Jazz)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A wonderful wonderful set from the British jazz scene of the late 60s – beautifully inventive large ensemble material, done under the direction of Neil Ardley – and featuring some of the best British jazz musicians of the time! The group's a showcase not only for creative young talent ... read moreCD
An amazing debut from a groundbreaking British jazz big band of the 60s – an ensemble led by trumpeter Neil Ardley, and one with a sound that's a lot more modern than some of their contemporaries! The group here definitely earns their "new jazz" name – as it's filled with ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A surprisingly wonderful album – even if these guys break our cardinal rule of jazz combos, which is never to put the name of your home city in place of the players in the group! The group's a quartet with Frank Wess on flute and tenor, Roland Hanna on piano, George Mraz on bass, and Grady ... read moreCD
Wonderfully romping work from Phineas Newborn – and a great showcase for the harder side of his sound on the piano, something that didn't always show up on his RCA albums of the 50s! The style here has plenty of bluesy overtones – not in a cliched soul jazz way, but in an earthy mode ... read moreCD
A later issue of material recorded in the late 60s by Phineas for Contempoary – tunes from the sessions for the album Please Send Me Someone To Love, but which didn't make the cut at the time – and are here issued a decade after the original recordings. The group on the set features ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(70s yellow label pressing – pre OJC. Cover has light wear.)
Classic early work by Phineas Newborn – and a record cut right after his emergence from the great Memphis scene of the 1950s! Most of the album features trio material – cut with Kenny Clarke on drums and Oscar Pettiford on bass – but a few tracks also feature some very nice ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A rare European session from pianist Phineas Newborn – recorded in Rome in 1959, and a great complement to Newborn's American work of the time! There's a looser, freer style here than some of Newborn's more composed work for RCA and Atlantic from the same stretch – an approach that may ... read moreCD
One of the greatest albums from the early years of Phineas Newborn – a large group session from the pianist, and one with a very different feel than some of his trio sides! The music is all from the Harold Arlen musical Jamaica – but the groove is pure Newborn all the way, and a lot ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Mono pressing with deep groove. Cover has light wear, some aging, and a small mark from sticker removal.)
Maybe not a "world" of piano, but a real classic from Phineas Newborn – a record that marks a harder, more soulful sound than some of his 50s work – shaking free from some of his flowery touches on the keys, and digging much deeper into the groove of his Memphis roots! The ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Sealed OJC pressing, with review sticker. Cover has a cut corner.)
David Fathead Newman with Clifford Jordan —
Blue Head ... CD Candid (Germany), 1989. Used ...
Just Sold Out!
Both Newman and Jordan play tenor – and Newman also plays alto and flute, and Jordan soprano sax! Also features Ted Dunbar on guitar and Buddy Montgomery on piano! CD
David Newman's first album as a leader – recorded under the Ray Charles banner, and featuring Ray himself on piano! The set's a really surprising one – as it's much more jazz-based than we'd expect, given the Charles connection – and really steps out with some lively solo work ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Red and green Rockefeller label pressing. Cover has tape residue along the top seam, a cutout notch, a small peel spot and a partially split top seam.)
A nice little set by Joe – recorded live, and much more freewheeling than some of his other albums from the time! The set's unusual for Joe, in that it's got more of a down and dirty approach – not exactly soul jazz, but with a much more gutbuckety groove than we might have thought! ... read moreCD
(2005 digipak pressing.)
James Newton —
Flute Music ... LP Flute Music Productions/Morning Trip (Netherlands), 1977. New Copy (reissue)...
One of the earliest and most obscure albums from avant flutist James Newton – and an amazing demonstration of the unique qualities that Newton was bringing to his instrument at the time! In a moment where some players were really pushing things over the top, and trying to explore areas of ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Killer piano jazz, and some of the greatest modernist work ever recorded by Blue Note! Herbie Nichols deserves every bit of the rare fame he ever got – and it's only the paucity of his recordings that has kept him from achieving the status of Monk or Cecil Taylor as an avant garde forefather. ... read moreCD
A gem of a session from Lennie Niehaus – one of his best 50s albums for Contemporary, and one of his most obscure too! The album features Lennie's alto in the company of a group that includes Bill Perkins on tenor and flute, Jimmy Giuffre on baritone, and Stu Williamson on trumpet. There's ... read moreCD
A great pairing of funky talents old and new – 70s sound library legend Janko Nilovic on keyboards, and the totally hip Soul Surfers combo on rhythms – providing these great backdrops for some surprisingly wonderful work on organ, piano, and Rhodes from Janko! We'll confess, we didn't ... (Sound Library, Jazz)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Louis Armstrong makes a guest appearance here on two tracks – and we already love the very groovy style that Nina and Frederik work together! Recorded by Metronome in Denmark, but issued here in the US by Atco. (Rock, Jazz)LP, Vinyl record album
(Mono yellow label harp pressing. Cover has light surface wear.)
The music of Carlos Nino has just gotten more and more spiritual as the years go on – and that's really saying a lot, given how spiritual he was right at the start! But with recent records, Nino has transformed from a jazz-inspired musician to maybe more of a sonic astronaut – able to ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A mighty nice Japanese piano trio session from the 80s – and one that's got the full, round warmth of some of the best 70s dates for the Three Blind Mice label! Naoki Nishi handles the keys, and plays piano with a mixture of straight swing and more spacious lyrical moments – the latter ... read moreCD
(Part of the Nippon Jazz Spirits series!)
Sal Nistico —
Live ... CD Just Jazz, 1981. Used ...
Some great open-ended blowing from Sal Nistico – one of those excellent California live dates produced by Pat Britt, nearly all of which seem to show the leaders in more exciting formation than some of their studio recordings! The tracks here are all quite long, and Nistico proves that he ... read moreCD
There's a swirling image on the front cover here, and that really sums up some of the energy of the group of trumpeter Teus Nobel – players that wrap around each other beautifully, and find a way to create a cascading sense of energy that really drives the record home! Nobel's trumpet has a ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Ken Nordine's first album of goofy jazzy stuff, recorded with the groovy Fred Katz group, and featuring such gems as "The Sound Museum", "Flibberty Jib", and "Hunger Is From". Sampled by United Future Organisation and a whole bunch of others. This is probably his best ... (Spoken Word, Jazz)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Mono pressing with deep groove. Cover has surface wear, aging, half split top seam, splitting in the spine, and a small name in pen in back.)
Noriki (Soichi Noriki) —
Dream Cruise ... LP East World/Lawson (Japan), 1984. New Copy (reissue)...
Noriki is keyboardist Soichi Noriki – who plays Fender Rhodes, Hammond, and other keys here – in a setting that's a nice blend of soulful fusion and some of the Japanese crossover modes of the time! There's just a bit of vocals on the record – courtesy of singer Yuri Kokubu ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Bengt Ek on tenor saxophone, Mats Garberg on tenor saxophone and flute, Hakan Brostrom on alto and soprano saxophone, Jan Thelin on alto saxophone and bass clarinet, Per Moberg on baritone saxophone and flute, PO Svanstrom, Magnus Puls, and Peter Dahlgren on trombone, Bjorn Hangsel on bass trombone ... read moreCD
Excellent work from this legendary jazz program – not big band material, but a focus on the hip combos in the program! The set feastures sol work from Tom Malone and Dave Hungate on trombones, Tom Canning on electric piano, Dean Parks on guitar, Mark Hofstein on tenor, and Lon Price on alto! LP, Vinyl record album
(Sealed copy! Shrinkwrap has a spot of masking tape remnant.)
North Texas State University Lab Band —
Lab 73 ... LP NTSU, 1973. Sealed ...
Features solo work from Frank Hames on piano, Barry Ries on trumpet, Rick Cornish on guitar, and Bill Yeager on trombone – and titles include "Warp Factor", "Fash Fash Fash", "Sun Catchers", "RF Blues", and "Sir Gawain & The Green Knight". LP, Vinyl record album
Maybe the greatest music we've heard so far from Nostalgia 77 – a group who started many years back as a jazz-referenced project – but one who here are definitely a fully-fledged combo with a very spiritual vibe! As before, producer Benedic Lamdin is at the helm of the lineup – ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
An amazing step forward for Nostalgia 77 – working here in a live setting as an expanded octet, and jamming in a jazz-based way that recalls the hippest sounds of the late 60s and early 70s! The vibe here steps nicely off the group's earlier studio-based work – taking soulful ideas and ... (New Grooves, Jazz)read moreCD
A record that's noteworthy not just as one of the rare few moments as a leader for drummer Makaya Ntshoko – but also for the great contributions of the members of the group – especially saxophonist Heinz Sauer, who really hits his stride here! Sauer's one of those oft-overlooked ... read moreCD
(Part of the "Enja 50th Anniversary Campaign Volume 2" series!)
The great reedman Mark Whitecage is a player who never fully got his due – a really unique talent in terms of phrasing and rhythm, finally given one last chance at the spotlight here on this final recording with The Nu Band, a group in which he played for many years! All four players here ... read moreCD
Heavy hitting jazz rock from the UK underground of the early 70s! Elastic Rock is seminal early album from Ian Carr's legendary Nucleus group – playing here in a version that includes Karl Jenkins and Brian Smith on reeds, and Chris Spedding on guitar. The band had a landmark sound that ... read moreCD
Nucleus with Ian Carr —
Under The Sun ... LP Vertigo/We Are Busy Bodies, 1974. New Copy (reissue)...
Just Sold Out!
Soaring sounds from Nucleus – one of the few UK jazz/rock combos from the start of the 70s who really found a way to keep growing and changing as the years moved on! Here, the lineup is nice and large – the mighty trumpet of Ian Carr in the lead, next to keyboards from both Gordon Beck ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Gideon Nxumalo —
Early Mart ... LP As Shams/Soul Town (Netherlands), 1970. New Copy (reissue)...
A landmark album in the history of South African jazz – a set that marks a real shift in the way the music was put together, and maybe a new sort of sophistication that would really mark the scene in years to come! The album's not the first recording from pianist Gideon Nxumalo, but it ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Pianist Caili O'Doherty has a great sort of shimmer to her tone – a sense of swing that's familiar, but nicely personal as well – a bit hard to describe in words, but a charm that grabs you instantly from the very first note! Her look on the cover, and the somewhat dated title ... read moreCD
The Blue Note debut of Latin Jazz pianist Arturo O'Farrill – and a set that may well be some of his most ambitious material to date! Arturo's often got an ear towards wider levels of expression than standard jazz or Latin – but here, he really steps out strongly on two extended suites ... read moreCD
A great little meeting of two of the better talents on Verve Records in the early 60s – one that pairs the warm vocals of Anita O'Day with the cool vibes of Cal Tjader – in a sweet little session that's actually one of O'Day's best from the time! The feel here is lively, and slightly ... (Vocalists, Jazz)read moreCD
Fantastic! Chico O'Farrill did some great Latin work for Verve, Norgran, and Mercury over the years – but most of it was only released on 10" LPs, and has only been the province of collectors for a number of years. Now, though, this killer 2 CD set brings together a whopping 45 sides ... (Latin, Jazz)read moreCD
(Out of print, small cutout hole through the case.)
A beautiful mix of Quebecois prog and fusion – performed here by the core group Offenbach, working with larger accompaniment from the Vic Vogel Big Band! The performance is a unique one, but also a summation of all the freewheeling ideas that were taking place in this overlooked scene – ... (Rock, Jazz)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Limited 40th Anniversary issue on black vinyl – #435/500.)
(Out of print. Small cutout hole through rear case.)
Claus Ogerman & Michael Brecker —
Cityscape ... CD Warner/Mosaic, 1982. Used ...
Just Sold Out!
A great showcase for the talents of a young Michael Brecker – rich orchestrations by Claus Ogerman, topped by Brecker's sharp-edged, and well-stated lines on tenor! The album predates Brecker's first record as a leader by a number of years, and it shows a serious side to his playing that's ... read moreCD
(Out of print.)
Ohio Penitentiary 511 Jazz Ensemble —
Hard Luck Soul ... CD Aragorn/Jazzman (UK), Mid 70s. New Copy ...
A beautiful lost relic, and a monster batch of long jazzy grooves! The album was recorded in the great tradition of "musicans in prison" albums, like those by The Escorts in the early 70s, and it features an incredibly soulful band made up of jazz musicians in lockdown at the Ohio State ... read moreCD
Morris Goldberg's South African inspired Ojoyo group – featuring Chris Botti, Cyro Baptista, and others. Tracks include "Station Road Strut", "Dolphin Jive", "Little Song", and "Cape Doctor". (Global Grooves, Jazz)CD
Ryan Oliver on tenor saxophone, Bernie Senensky on piano, Andrea Siradze, Collen Venables, Elyse Jacobson, Llowyn Ball, Ken Lin, Molly Mckinnon, Jiten Beairtsto, and Madeline Hocking on violins, Genevieve Mackay and John Kastelic on viola, Finn Manniche and Doug Gorkoff on cello, Neil Swainson on ... read moreCD
Features Eric Alexander on tenor, Jim Rotondi on trumpet, Steve Davis on trombone, David Hazeltine on piano, Peter Washington on bass, and Joe Farnsworth on drums! CD
(Out of print, punch through barcode.)
One For All (Eric Alexander, Jim Rotondi, et al) —
Killer Joe ... CD Venus (Japan), 2005. Used ...
Pure genius from a great lineup – an assortment of players who've made quite a name recording sets like this one for the Japanese market! Tenorist Eric Alexander is very firmly in place on the set – giving it the same gentle soul and well-crafted sound as his own great albums – ... read moreCD