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Features Cal Collins on guitar, Scott Hamilton on tenor sax, Jake Hanna on drums, Woody Herman on clarinet, Dick Johnson on flute, Eiji Kitamura on clarinet, Bob Maize on bass, Dave McKenna on piano, Cal Tjader on vibes, and Warren Vache on cornet. LP, Vinyl record album
With featured soloists Carmen Leggio, Sal Nistico, Jake Hanna, Bill Chase, Chuck Andrus, Paul Fontaine, and Phil Wilson. Titles include "The Strut", "My Wish", "Taste Of Honey", "Jazz Hoot", "Hallelujah Time", and "After You've Gone". LP, Vinyl record album
Great work from Woody – not as funky as some of his other 70s albums, but still a really excellent album with a much better sound than you'd expect! The group's filled with young hip players – most of whom we don't know, but who play with a lot of soul – and even Woody's pretty ... LP, Vinyl record album
A 70s soulful classic from the mighty Stanley Turrentine! Stan's not the bad "Mister T" on this set – he's more in a smooth, mellow mode – blowing over some nice soulful arrangements by Gene Page, ones that take the CTI funk approach, add in some strings, and create a bit of ... LP, Vinyl record album
A second volume of Duke Ellington material from Kenny Burrell – and like the first, an extremely fresh look at the tunes – given the way things change up throughout the sessions! The presentation here is nicely varied – not just a big band take on the Duke, nor some small combo ... LP, Vinyl record album
Sweet funky 70s work from Cannonball Adderley – a record that has him revisiting older tunes from his early soul jazz years – but in ways that give them a whole new electric vibe overall! The album's actually Cannonball's last full studio set, but it's also one of his greatest too ... LP, Vinyl record album
An excellent album from legendary vibist Cal Tjader – and one of his truly electric albums! A key factor to the greatness of this one is keyboardist Al Zulaica – who plays some amazing Fender Rhodes on the album, really unlocking a whole new sound of Cal's vibes in the process! The ... LP, Vinyl record album
Honestly we've never been the hugest fans of Saunders, probably due to the fact that he was one of the more pandering Bay Area players of his generation, tipping up the hoke quotient for the rock crowd a little too much for our taste. But this is still a mid 70s Fantasy side, with a group ... LP, Vinyl record album
A gem of a late life session from Bill Evans – part of that great run when Helen Keane was getting him in the studio in ways that really let Bill relax and open into some very personal modes on the piano! The group here is excellent – the mighty Eddie Gomez on bass and Eliot Zigmund on ... LP, Vinyl record album