The most spiritual set we've heard so far from reedman Robert Stillman – a set hat's filled with slow-building tunes that provide a fantastic display for his saxophone solos! The record oddly has no credits, so we're not sure who's working with Stillman on the set – but the drummer is ... read moreCD
The most spiritual set we've heard so far from reedman Robert Stillman – a set hat's filled with slow-building tunes that provide a fantastic display for his saxophone solos! The record oddly has no credits, so we're not sure who's working with Stillman on the set – but the drummer is ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A return to basics after Sonny Stitt's late 60s Varitone and funk experiments – all-bop and all soul all the way through, and recorded with a tight quartet that features Barry Harris on piano, Sam Jones on bass, and Roy Brooks on drums! The style's a bit like Sonny's work of the late 50s, ... read moreCD
Late work by Sonny Stitt on Prestige – 2 albums with a really great feel! Going Down Slow has Sonny hitting a groove that's a bit more laidback than some of his funkier albums for Prestige, but one that's still pretty darn great overall! The sound is almost in a Stanley Turrentine mode at ... read moreCD
A smoking little bop set from Sonny Stitt – recorded live at the Keystone in 1981, as sort of a "summit meeting" of horns – one that features Richie Cole and John Handy in the frontline with Sonny! The rhythm section alone is enough to cook this one up nicely – with ... read moreCD
Fantastic material from Sonny Stitt – alternate takes of sides that may well be some of our favorites from the bop sax legend – issued here on vinyl for the first time ever! The material here was recorded for the Roost label after Stitt's famous initial run on Prestige Records – ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Run Out Groove exclusive. Pressing quantity based on pre-release demand – extremely limited and individually numbered!)
A rare one for Sonny Stitt – an album for Pacific Jazz recorded on the west coast, but done with some hard-burning organ work by Charles Kynard that easily matches any of Stitt's best soul jazz sides from the east! There's a tightly cooking feel to the entire set that's really great – ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Sonny Stitt in a sweet electric funk mode – working here in a style that's almost more CTI/Kudu than the usual Cadet Records groove! Arrangements are by James Brown heavyweight Pee Wee Ellis – who also plays some moog on the set – and other players include Wilbur Bascomb on bass, ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has half split top and bottom seams wwith a cut corner.)
Beautiful late 50s work from Stitt – filled with subtle complex solos, and a rich confident tone that was missing from earlier records! As with some of his other Verve sessions from the time, the track list is mostly standards – but unlike some Verve sessions, Stitt never gets lost in ... read moreCD
Beautiful late 50s work from Stitt – filled with subtle complex solos, and a rich confident tone that was missing from earlier records! As with some of his other Verve sessions from the time, the track list is mostly standards – but unlike some Verve sessions, Stitt never gets lost in ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(80s mono Japanese pressing on Polydor, UMV 2541, with insert.)
Pow is right – as Stitt grooves with a tight combo that features Benny Green on trombone, Kirk Lightsey on piano, Herman Wright on bass, and Roy Brooks on drums. The album's one of a few sides produced in the mid 60s by Richard Carpenter, a jazz manager/impresario who cut Chet Baker on some ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
An excellent album that has Stitt playing with moody string arrangements by Ralph Burns. This sort of album became one of the Verve trademarks after the success of the Charlie Parker & Strings sessions – but this Stitt LP gives the sound a whole new twist, thanks largely to Burns' ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(MGM pressing. Cover has some light stains on back.)
Sublime work from Stitt! The record has a subtle genius that's impossible to describe with words – as Stitt's tone and economy on the album's solos are the pure stuff that you only find after panning through an endless stream of post-bop LPs by players of his generation. The album's ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Blue label Royal Roost pressing with deep groove. Cover has some splitting on the top seam. Vinyl has a short click on one track, but is nice and clean overall.)
One of Stitt's classic Verve sides – a mellow late-night session done with a west coast soul jazz quartet that includes Lou Levy on piano, Leroy Vinnegar on bass, and Mel Lewis on drums. Tracks are short, but Stitt's tone is impeccable – and the album's a key one for moving him away ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Verve Inc pressing with deep groove. Cover has some wear with split top and bottom seals.)
Sonny Stitt makes Oscar Peterson sit up and groove! The record's a great one, and uses the Peterson Trio as a perfect rhythm section for Sonny's confidently blown solos of the late 50s – in a way that pushes the combo past their usual safe area, and into more freewheeling territory to keep ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Classic bop by Sonny Stitt – material recorded at the end of the 40s, originally issued as singles and 45s, but issued here as a full length set with a great cover image by Don Martin! The record features 2 different groups – one that includes JJ Johnson, John Lewis, and Max Roach; ... read moreCD
Plenty of electricity – as the legendary reedman plays a bit of Varitone tenor sax, mixed with more conventional alto – in a mode that gives the whole record a very groovy 60s sort of vibe! The combo also features superb Hammond from the mighty Don Patterson, sharp guitar from Billy ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Blue label pressing – nice and clean. Cover is nice, too.)
An incredible blend of Fender Rhodes and soulful saxophone – a late record from saxophonist Sonny Stitt, but one that also features the young Eddie Russ on keyboards! The record's got a laidback and funky sound that goes deeper than any of Stitt's earlier sides of the 70s – and it ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A lost little cooker from Stitt and Green – recorded at a time when they were working together briefly, with backing by a Chicago organ trio that includes Bobby Buster on Hammond, Jo Diorio on guitar, and Dorel Anderson on drums. Tracks are short and fierce, but it's clear that Stitt can ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Promo pressing with cream labels & deep groove. Cover has a taped spine and center split bottom seam with a cutout hole.)
A twin-alto session that matches the sax of Sonny Stitt with that of Bunky Green – both set up in a tight little combo that includes some smoking work on Hammond by organist Odell Brown! Brown's fierce approach to the keys creates a really gutbuckety sound on the set – making the album ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(70s orange label pressing. Cover has a cutout notch.)
Heavy tenor from both of these giants – working here with a raw group that features Doc Bagby on Hammond and Charlie Rice on drums! Titles include "SOS", "Jaws", "Marchin", and "I Can't Get Started" – all nice and long! LP, Vinyl record album
(Blue label Royal Roost pressing. Cover has discoloration from age, a light scrape on front, and split seams held with aged tape.)
An album that was more famously issued under the title Nuther Fu'ther – and which features Stitt & McDuff in a very tasty set of ortan/tenor grooves, played with that style that Prestige was finally beginning to perfect in the early 60s, as it let these organ combos shake off their 50's ... read moreCD
Head to head blowing from Sonny Sitt and Paul Gonsalves – just the kind of twin-horn performance that Stitt was famous for in his live battle days, and one that also reminds us that Gonsalves can be a very loose swinger when he wants to be! The tracks are all long, and played with the sort ... read moreCD
Head to head blowing from Sonny Sitt and Paul Gonsalves – just the kind of twin-horn performance that Stitt was famous for in his live battle days, and one that also reminds us that Gonsalves can be a very loose swinger when he wants to be! The tracks are all long, and played with the sort ... (Funky 45's, Jazz)read more7-inch, Vinyl record
Sonny Stitt with Booker Ervin & Don Patterson —
Soul People ... LP Prestige, 1965. Very Good+ ...
Twin-saxophone magic from the team of Sonny Stitt and Booker Ervin – playing together here on some great long tracks that get plenty of support from Don Patterson on the Hammond! The set's got a very open, very jamming sort of quality – with Book on tenor, and Stitt on both tenor and ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Blue trident label pressing with Van Gelder stamp. Back cover has a small name in the corner, but front looks great.)
Sonny Stitt with the Hank Jones Trio —
Good Life ... CD Trio/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1980. New Copy ...
A rock-solid late set from the great Sonny Stitt – one that features the tenorist in the kind of sharp, soulful territory that marked his famous earlier albums for Roost Records! Backings are by the trio of pianist Hank Jones – with George Duvivier on bass and Grady Tate on drums ... read moreCD
A rare European performance from the Stone Alliance trio – one that was recorded at the same time as their legendary run of albums for the PM label, but never issued at the time! The tracks are nice and long here, and the group really break out – still every bit as tight as on their ... read moreCD
A really great setting for this legendary 70s combo – a record that has the core Stone Alliance trio coming into play with a host of Argentine musicians who really open up their sound! The core energy is still super-sharp – that magical combination of the saxes of Steve Grossman, bass ... read moreCD
The Stone Alliance combo meet up with keyboard giant Jan Hammer right in the years before he hit big fame through Miami Vice – and at a time when his freewheeling fusion vibe was just right for the energy of the group! The lineup here is a bit different than earlier Stone Alliance records ... read moreCD
(Part of the Modern Jazz Connection seriece!)
Dexter Story —
Seasons ... CD Kindred Spirits (Netherlands), 2012. Used ...
A beautiful project from the contemporary underground scene in LA – a record that shares lots of energy and musicians with recordings by Build An Ark and Life Force Trio! Dexter Story's the main force behind the record, but the set's a strongly collaborative effort – and features ... (New Grooves, Jazz)read moreCD
A hip Swedish jazz set from the early 70s – a set of warmly soulful numbers from the quintet of trombonist Bertil Strandberg – a player with some strong modal sensibilities! The group here features tenor, piano, bass, and drums – in addition to Bertil's trombone – and the ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Frank Strazzeri —
Frames ... LP Glendale, 1975. Near Mint- ...
A sweet sweet Fender Rhodes session, with Frank on the keys – and a lineup that includes Don Menza on soprano sax and flute, Frank Rosolino on trombone, and Gary Barone on trumpet. Titles include "Frames", "Injun Jo", "Jo Gee", "Ballad Of The Matador", ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Frank Strazzeri —
Taurus ... LP Revelation, 1973. Near Mint- ...
Even groovier than usual for Frank Strazzeri – a set that has the pianist playing Fender Rhodes, in a group with Conte Candoli on trumpet, Frank Rosolino on trombone, and Don Menza on tenor and flute! Titles include "Sphinx", "Calcutta", "Taurus", and "Straz ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Saxophonist Marcus Strickland continues the electric explorations of his previous project with Meshell Ndegeocello – but works here on his own, with his very cool Twi-Life group – which certainly opens up a whole new dimension in his music! Marcus blows sopranino, alto, tenor, and bass ... read moreCD
Saxophonist Marcus Strickland continues the electric explorations of his previous project with Meshell Ndegeocello – but works here on his own, with his very cool Twi-Life group – which certainly opens up a whole new dimension in his music! Marcus blows sopranino, alto, tenor, and bass ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Beautiful sounds from reedman Michael Stuart – blowing here on both tenor and soprano, in a way that builds up beautifully over the long space of the tunes! The group also features George McFetridge on piano, Steve Wallace on bass, and Keith Blackley on drums – and all the tracks are ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
John Stubblefield —
Prelude ... LP Storyville (Denmark), 1978. Near Mint- ...
Hardly a prelude – as the album's a fully-formed, fully-stated set right from the start – easily one of the best moments ever for reedman John Stubblefield – and an overlooked spiritual classic from the 70s! There's a vibe here that rivals the Strata East scene at their best ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A nice little live set from Stuff – one that's recorded in Tokyo, with a groove that's a bit more open than their better-known New York live album from a few years later! The sound's somewhat rougher than the Stuff studio sessions, but in a good way – one that shows that the combo can ... (Soul, Jazz)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
The second album by this band of very successful studio players – and quite a big hit for the group! Players include Richard Tee, Cornell Dupree, Steve Gadd, and Eric Gale – and the record is a culmination of the players' long history of soul work during the 70s, particularly that ... (Soul, Jazz)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A very cool little combo – one that almost sounds like a funk band working with broken instruments! Stuff are really out to do something new here – borrowing bits of jazz and funk, then weaving together a sound that's equal parts acoustic and electric – but which has lots of fuzz ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A masterpiece of funky jazz from the 70s – one that's led by Swiss drummer Stuff Combe, but which also features tremendous work from the great Benny Bailey on trumpet and Francy Boland on electric piano! The groove here is almost CTI, but a bit looser too – more in the MPS funky mode ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A really groovy album from pianist Kunihiko Sugano – a set that has the leader working on Fender Rhodes, but often with a touch that has the sharpness of an acoustic piano – which is then underscored by some strong use of acoustic percussion as well! The album's definitely got the ... read moreCD
Love is a many splendored thing – and so is the mighty piano work of Kunihiko Sugano – a great Japanese player from the 70s, but one who never got much exposure on our shores at the time! This live album really shows Sugano at his best – balancing a talent for flowing, lyrical ... read moreCD
(Part of the Three Blind Mice Supreme Collection!)
A trio with beautifully slow-burning sense of urgency – one that comes from the round, spacious, well-placed basslines of leader Takashi Sugawa, and which really comes through in the clear, bold piano lines of Masaki Hayashi! The album's titled after a Bill Evans classic, and has an energy ... read moreCD
Maxine Sullivan With The Scott Hamilton Quintet —
Uptown ... CD Concord, 1985. Used ...
One of the greatest records we've ever heard from the legendary Maxine Sullivan – and a set that's got a bit more of a contemporary jazz vibe overall! The set's done with the group of tenorist Scott Hamilton – a great player to choose for a session like this, as he's one with a very ... (Vocalists, Jazz)read moreCD
Soaring electric jazz from this hip 70s Polish combo – a group that's heavy on keyboards and soprano sax – both used to really stretch out on a number of long and jamming titles! The soprano sax is used here in that highly angular way that was common on the European scene of the time ... read moreCD
A beautiful little record that takes the current Japanese club jazz sound one step further – a brilliant effort from Sunaga T, and one that goes even deeper than any of his previous efforts! Unlike Sunaga's other records, which were often "electronics with a touch of jazz", this ... (New Grooves, Jazz)read moreCD
Superblue ... CD Blue Note/Somethin Else (Japan), 1989. Used ...
A wonderful project from late 80s Blue Note – a group that features trumpet and arrangements from Don Sickler, plus some great help from Bobby Watson as well – all to craft a sound that's as rich, soaring, and joyous as any solo projects from either player! The group's an octet, but ... read moreCD
(Out of print early Japanese pressing, booklet has a few light age spots.)
An essential lost bit of British jazz – and the first record ever released by avant reed player John Surman! The album's an interesting mix of styles, with a split that runs right down the middle. The first 4 tracks on the record reflect a distinct Carribean style, and are a good indication ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some light ringwear, and some other light wear.)
One of the most beautifully melodic albums ever from British reedman John Surman – a session that's almost cut in the same mode as Lol Coxhill's early 70s sides for Virgin, with Surman soloing strongly in the lead on a variety of saxes, while sparer sounds and notes echo out in the background! ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(UK pressing. Vinyl has small press flaw bumps that play with noise on the first track on each side, rest is in great shape.)
Brasses aren't usually associated with the music of John Surman – which frequently finds its more common outlet in spare spaces for the reedman's many-textured lines – but here, Surman works with a very cool larger ensemble, directed by John Warren – and filled with great work ... read moreCD
Hiromasa Suzuki —
Primrose ... LP Union/Le Tres Jazz Club (France), 1978. New Copy (reissue)...
Warm and wonderful work from pianist Hiromasa Suzuki – a real leading light in the Japanese trio scene of the 70s! The album's got a really wonderful vibe throughout – modes initially informed by a bit of Bill Evans, and maybe some Tommy Flanagan too – recorded with warm tones ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Isao Suzuki —
Ako's Dream ... CD Three Blind Mice/Craftman (Japan), 1976. New Copy ...
One of the wonderfully creative 70s sets from Japanese stringman Isao Suzuki – an artist who also plays bass, but who works here on jazz cello – for a very unusual approach! The set has Suzuki's work on the light strings matched in a combo with lead guitar from Kazumi Watanabe – ... read moreCD
(Part of the Three Blind Mice Supreme Collection!)
Isao Suzuki Trio —
Black Orpheus ... CD Three Blind Mice/Craftman (Japan), 1976. New Copy ...
A beautifully spare session from the mid 70s – one that features bass and cello from Isao Suzuki – stretching out here in a sound that's totally unique! The trio's a great one – with Donald Bailey on drums and Tsuyoshi Yamamoto on both acoustic piano and Fender Rhodes – the ... read moreCD
(Part of the Three Blind Mice Supreme Collection!)
Isao Suzuki/Tsuyoshi Yamamoto —
Samba Club ... CD King (Japan), 1981. Used ...
A wicked wicked set of tracks from Japan – one that blends together jazzy riffing and Brazilian rhythms, all played with a surprisingly soulful bent! Suzuki's on bass and piccolo bass, and Yamamoto plays not only electric piano but also a bit of electric harpsichord – which adds a cool ... read moreCD
Rare 50s work by this Swedish pianist – with Rar Grip on bass and Robert Edman on drums – on titles that include "Love Me Or Leave Me", "I'll Remember April", "All Of Me", and "Long Ago & Far Away". LP, Vinyl record album
(Japanese 10" reissue pressing, on Norma. Includes insert.)
Guitar-heavy fusion from Sweetbottom – one of those late 70s groups that definitely brought a rock into play with their jazz! In fact, this album's got more vocals than the group's previous efforts – definitely heading for the kind of mature, FM radio mode of the time – cats ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the printed inner sleeve.)
Steve Swell/Robert Boston/Michael Vatcher —
Brain In A Dish ... CD No Business (Lithuania), 2019. New Copy ...
We sometimes forget the power of Steve Swell on trombone – then along comes a record like this, which helps us remember all over again! Swell bursts out of the gate with this fantastically dirty tone – a way of rasping up his notes while still stating them with great focus – ... read moreCD
Arrangements by Ralph Burns – and titles include "He Loves & She Loves", "So Far", "When A Woman Loves A Man", "I Am Loved", "Alone Too Long", and "Hands Across The Table". (Vocalists, Jazz)LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has a split top seam.)
Gyorgy Szabados —
Adyton ... LP Krem (Hungary), 1983. Very Good ...
Rare work from this Hungarian pianist – a set that features Sandor Vajda on bass and Farago Antal on drums – plus guest work from Antal Lakatos and Dresch Mihaly on saxes, and Istvan Fekete on trumpet – all of whom play on the side-long title track "Adyton". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear and a bit of splitting on the top seam.)
Gyorgy Szabados & Anthony Braxton —
Szabraxtondos ... LP Krem (Hungary), 1985. Very Good+ ...
A rare Hungarian set that features the great Anthony Braxton on alto and clarinet – in duet with Gyorgy Szabados on piano! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some light wear.)
Gabor Szabo —
Rambler ... CD CTI/King (Japan), 1973. New Copy ...
Lean 70s genius from the great Gabor Szabo – a set that has him electrifying the sort of vibe he created on Impulse Records in the 60s – but all without ever sounding too slick or commercial! The group here is nice and lean – supervised by Bob James, who plays piano and organ, ... read moreCD
(Part of the CTI 50th Anniversary Special Collection!)
Rare early 60s recordings from the Japanese scene – issued here in a 70s album on Three Blind Mice, and with a depth and complexity that's a fair bit like some of the more modern work on that label! The tracks here are all quite long – and feature interplay between the bass and drums ... read moreCD
(Part of the Three Blind Mice Supreme Collection!)
Masayuki Takayanagi —
Lonely Woman ... CD Three Blind Mice/Craftman (Japan), 1982. New Copy ...
A pretty darn beautiful album of solo guitar tracks – recorded in 1982 by Japanese musician Masayuki Takayanagi, and featuring only electric guitar, played with a spare raspy edge – recorded in a rough style that's quite unusual for a Japanese jazz session of the time! However, it's ... read moreCD
(Part of the Three Blind Mice Supreme Collection!)
Guitarist Masayuki "Jojo" Takayanagi takes things back to basics with his Second Concept here – playing in a style that's straighter and more swinging than some of his avant work of the 70s – yet at a level that's equally compelling too! Given that he went outside a heck of a ... read moreCD
(Part of the Three Blind Mice Supreme Collection!)
Soaring piano, romping drums, and a hell of a lot of spiritual energy from the contemporary London scene – a really fantastic outing as a leader from keyboardist Sarah Tandy, a talent we'll certainly be hearing more from in years to come! The music is fresh and visionary – filled with ... read moreCD
A jazzy combo from the Caribbean – led by a singer who also plays some really wonderful vibes! The rhythms are strong, with a definite dose of calypso in the mix – but the overall sound is much more in the jazz side of the spectrum, thanks to fluidly melodic sounds from Andre Tanker on ... (Global Grooves, Jazz)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
An incredible album – one of the few rare early sides cut by pianist Horace Tapscott, a seminal figure in the LA underground of the 60s and 70s! The record is as pure Tapscott as you could ever get – experimental, but not too free; spiritual, but never too sappy; progressively ... read moreCD
An incredible album – one of the few rare early sides cut by pianist Horace Tapscott, a seminal figure in the LA underground of the 60s and 70s! The record is as pure Tapscott as you could ever get – experimental, but not too free; spiritual, but never too sappy; progressively ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A second unearthed gem from pianist Horace Tapscott at the Lighthouse club in 1979 – very sharp stuff featuring a solid group of Nimbus players! Volume 2 was recorded on October 11, appropriately the night after the set featured on Lighthouse 79 Vol 1, with Tapscott leading the way, and ... read moreCD
A strong trio session from Horace Tapscott – recorded in Santa Barbara in 1981, with a trio that features Sonship on percussion and the great Roberto Miranda on bass! Miranda's tone is round and warm, and brings out some of the most soulful sides of Tapscott's playing – even when he's ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
An excellent double-length set from Horace Tapscott's Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra – an extremely righteous ensemble that was one of the hippest things going on the LA jazz scene of the 70s! The vibe is free and spiritual, but it also has a wonderful groove pulsating underneath many of the ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Please Note – This latest batch has a slightly dinged upper corner due to shipping.)
One of the most ambitious albums ever from pianist Horace Tapscott – a double-length set that has him working with a large lineup of underground musicians from the 70s Los Angeles scene – all united in spirit and power as the Pan-African Peoples Arkestra! Tapscott's piano directs the ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
The first we've heard as a leader from saxophonist Alexa Tarantino – a great talent who's really been bubbling under on other ensemble records for the Posi-Tone label, and who's very much at the start of a great career of her own! Alexa plays some mighty nice soprano sax on the album – ... read moreCD
A really fantastic album from tenorist Harold Land – a very rare Japanese set that may well blow away even his best albums of the 70s! The record features pianist Makoto Tarashita in the lead – a strongly spiritual player with a nicely modal sensibility – spun out over long ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Great pressing – plays at 45rpm for added sound, and includes obi!)
The second album by this fantastic 70s soulful fusion combo – a group who recorded for the Chiaroscuro label around the same time as James Mason – and who have an equally sublime sort of sound! The sound is almost a more electric reworking of spiritual styles from a few years before ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Soulful fusion from the mighty Tarika Blue – a group who recorded for the Chiaroscuro label around the same time that James Mason gave the imprint his classic Rhythm Of Life album – recording here in a sound that's not only a bit like James, but which also features his guitar on a ... read moreCD
A great collection featuring some of the best work by this classic 70s smooth fusion combo! Tarika Blue were labelmates to the James Mason group on Chiaroscuro – and the sound of this album's similar to Mason's best work: jazzy, souful, polished, but never lacking a depth and a commitment ... read moreCD
Legendary recordings from the mighty Art Tatum – captured here in some late night studio sessions from early 50s LA – produced with just the right sort of laidback vibe by a young Norman Granz! Tatum could really shine the most in a setting like this – open, yet still very ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Matthew Tavares & Leland Whitty —
Visions ... CD Mr Bongo (UK), 2020. New Copy ...
A really amazing step forward for Matthew Tavares and Leland Whitty – two musicians best known as founders of BADBADNOTGOOD – but emerging here in an even more mature blend of jazz and larger instrumental ideas! The record mixes core solo voices with some larger touches here and there ... read moreCD
A really amazing step forward for Matthew Tavares and Leland Whitty – two musicians best known as founders of BADBADNOTGOOD – but emerging here in an even more mature blend of jazz and larger instrumental ideas! The record mixes core solo voices with some larger touches here and there ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A real stormer! This was one of the few albums ever cut as a leader by the great hardbop drummer Art Taylor – and it's one of the best from the Blue Note catalog at the time! The band is a heavily smoking one – with Dave Burns on trumpet, Stan Turrentine on tenor, and Wynton Kelly on ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album