A beautiful live set from trumpeter Roy Campbell – a piece of music that's every bit as majestic as its title, and handled by Roy in a wonderfully spiritual way! The album's a real high point – not just in Campbell's career, but in that of the associated group members too – ... read moreCD
Gary Bartz —
Libra ... LP Milestone, 1967. Used ...
Just Sold Out!
Fantastic early work from Gary Bartz – and probably his rarest record ever! The album was cut at a time when the young Bartz was first coming to prominence in the hip late 60s soul jazz group of Max Roach – and Bartz's playing at the time is a perfect model of mid-Coltrane searching ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Blue label pressing. Cover has light wear, a bit of clear tape at the bottom of the spine, and two small address labels on back.)
Sarah Vaughan —
Sassy ... LP EmArcy, 1956. Very Good+ ...
One of Vaughan's nice jazz sides from the 50s on EmArcy, but cut with slightly larger backing, almost in the vein of some here concurrent pop oriented work at the Mercury parent label during the same time. Arrangements are by Hal Mooney, and Vaughan takes an approach that showcases how she ... (Vocalists, Jazz)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Mercury pressing with deep groove, including the Emarcy inner sleeve. Cover looks fantastic, with ultra-clear front image!)
One of the only two vocal jazz albums that the Blue Note label recorded back in the day – and a haunting batch of tracks from a young Sheila Jordan! The style here is quite different than that of Jordan's later, more experimental records – and this early session shows her as an ... (Vocalists, Jazz)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Mono New York pressing with Van Gelder stamp and ear. Cover has a 1-inch split in the bottom seam and DJ Copy stamp on back.)
Frenetic bop work from Sonny Rollins – recorded in 1956 with an open-mouthed tone that's certainly less controlled than later years, but still no less compelling! Sonny races along some of these tracks like a train out of control – especially on "B Quick" and "B ... read moreCD
One of the few albums as a leader from pianist Ronnell Bright – recorded with Joe Benjamin on bass and Bill Clark on drums – with compelling tunes that include "Randall's Island", "Bohemia USA", and "Toasted Ammond". LP, Vinyl record album
(Red label pressing with deep groove. Cover has ring & edge wear, split seams held with clear tape, and some faded marker and correction fluid on front.)
Not as freely improvised as you might think – but a nice set from the mid 50s, issued here with bonus unreleased tracks, and one that features Grappelli as the lead soloist in a quartet with Maurice Vander on piano and harpsichord, Pierre Michelot on bass, and Baptiste Reilles on drums. ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Drummer logo pressing with deep groove. Vinyl has a mark that clicks a bit on "S'Wonderful".)
Seminal work from vibist Karl Berger – recorded in the early 70s, when his modern approach to the vibes was still one of the freshest on the instrument, and when it sounded a lot more inventive than it did on later albums. The tracks are relatively avant, but not without a fair bit of ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Vintage Japanese pressing – great heavy cover and vinyl!)
The birth of a genius! From the vantage point of the 21st century,Wayne Shorter hardly needs any introduction – but when he recorded this debut album in the late 50s, Shorter was just the new kid on the block – making a few important waves as the tenor star in Art Blakey's Jazz ... read moreCD
As a rule, we shouldn't like sessions that have a Marvin Gaye tune as the title – but in this case, we'll make an exception! The album's great one – filled with warmth, fire, and imagination – and key proof that Frank Strozier was still going strong in the 70s – after some ... read moreCD
A classic outing of solo piano by Thelonious Monk – a format that wasn't used often, but which always made for some really compelling work! Monk in this mode is often different than the bolder leader of a trio or larger group – and there's a more introspective quality to the record ... read moreCD
The first album on Saturn! Despite the futurism that the title of the set might imply, the material on this LP is actually some of Sun Ra's earliest, and dates back to the years when the Arkestra was first beginning to make itself heard in Chicago. That doesn't stop the material from being ... read moreCD
One of the best Eddie Bert albums of the 50s – an excellent set that captures the trombonist in 2 different modes! One half of the set features the cool side of Eddie's work – and has him blowing in quartet with Joe Puma on guitar, Clyde Lombari on bass, and Kenny Clarke on drums. The ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Bright red label pressing with RVG etch! Cover looks great!)
A gem of an album by Farlow – and one of the rarest sessions by this groundbreaking jazz guitarist! The tracks are long, and the record's cut in an easily grooving style with west coast players that include Lawrence Marable, Bill Perkins, Bob Gordon, and Monty Budwig. Farlow's tone is ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Yellow label Norgran pressing with trumpeter logo & deep groove. Cover has taped seams, light wear, and aging.)
An amazing set by Lee Morgan – and one that was recorded in the 60s, but not issued until many years later! The album has this really weird sound, which is a combination of Morgan's trumpet, Wayne Shorter's tenor, Herbie Hancock's piano, and Bobby Hutcherson's vibes – the last of which ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
One of the best early Billy Taylor albums, and one that's still got a bit of a bop orientation, thanks to some of the players on the album. A few tracks feature Zoot Sims playing maracas (!), Mundell Lowe on guitar, and Frank Colon on conga – and Charles Mingus plays bass on a few tracks, ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Blue label Royal Roost pressing. Cover has light aging and edge wear.)
Nice! This is the original Black Lion pressing of an album that would later be issued by Arista under the title Paper Man – early work from the man behind Strata East, recorded in 1968, and one of the first sessions that Tolliver ever cut as a leader! Charles Tolliver's unique melodicism ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A bit less well-known than some of the real Horace Silver classics on Blue Note – but an incredible record that shows the Silver Quintet at all its lyrical best! The record is a masterpiece of original voicings from Horace – not just in the unique tunes he penned for the set, but also ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Liberty stereo pressing with Van Gelder/Stereo stamps. Labels are lightly faded.)
Bobby Hutcherson —
Montara ... LP Blue Note, 1975. Used ...
Just Sold Out!
One of our favorite Bobby Hutcherson albums ever – and a magical session filled with electric Latin vibes! The album's quite a different one for Bobby at the time – as it has him working with some larger arrangements, in a soulful west coast groove that's almost got the feel of a hip ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has a cut corner, light surface wear, and smudges.)
One of those great obscure moments in the Prestige Records catalog of the 60s – a record by a really obscure local group, and not just another set in the studio by one of the bigger names of the time! The combo hail from Cinnicinnatti, and feature Curtis Peagler on tenor and alto sax – ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Purple label New Jazz pressing with RVG stamp. Cover has some surface wear, aging, clear tape on the top seam, and a light stain along the spine.)
A pair of classics from Don Ellis – back to back in a single set! Tears Of Joy is one of the greatest albums ever from funky trumpeter Don Ellis – partly because he takes off in a whole new direction of tones and sounds! Don blows both a quarter-tone trumpet and four-valve trombone ... read moreCD
Sweet swinging 60s work from British bandleader Ted Heath – packaged together in one nice double-length set! The Big Ones features Ted really grooving it up at the end of the 60s – picking up some of the modder tunes of that part of the decade, and swinging them with some groovy ... read moreCD
Chip Wickham is a saxophonist, but his music gets a very different twist here – in a set of remixes from tracks on his Shamal Wind record! Max Graef handles both versions of "Soho Strut" – using lots of percussion on one take, and lots of bass on the other! "Soul ... read more12-inch, Vinyl record
A short sort of album from Mammal Hands – but one that holds onto all the beauty of their full length work! The title track "Becoming" has these warmly cascading waves of piano – often cut through with richer tenor work, to create a balance that builds with spiritual energy ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Brian Auger doesn't come full circle with his early work – and instead, he moves far forward – really soaring here in a tight trio setting, with even more jazz in the mix than on his classic recordings! The set's a great reminder that – despite all the keyboards, funk, and soul ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
1000 Kings —
Raw Cause ... LP Jazz Refreshed (UK), 2013. New Copy ...
Just Sold Out!
One of the most striking titles we've heard on the Jazz Refreshed label – and that's saying a lot, given that the imprint has been flying the flag for some of the most unusual jazz on the London scene in recent years! 1000 Kings work here in a strong mix of rhythm and tenor saxophone – ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Kaidi Tatham hasn't given us many albums under his own name over the years – but each one is a great cause for celebration – as his musical vision is so fresh and bold, we're even more in love with Tatham in a full length setting, compared to his many 12" singles! The scope of ... (New Grooves, Jazz)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
The New Mastersounds must have their own source of renewable energy – as they've been giving us great records for many years now, and still are strongly on top of their game! The core quartet is driven by the funky drums of Simon Allen, the bumping bass of Pete Shand, the sweet keyboards of ... (Deep Funk, Jazz)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Warmly-crafted work from this enigmatic ensemble – sounds that lie somewhere between the sonic textures of mid 70s ECM Records, and some of the more spiritual efforts of the time! The music is jazz, but often has a more abstract melodic progression – with core acoustic elements on ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Dwight Trible with Matthew Halsall —
Inspirations ... LP Gondwana (UK), 2017. New Copy 2LP ...
A fantastic setting for the voice of Dwight Trible – one of the few contemporary jazz singers who inherited the style of spiritual jazz greats like Leon Thomas or Joe Lee Wilson! Trible's singing here with backing from a group that includes trumpeter Matthew Halsall, recording on Halsall's ... (Vocalists, Jazz)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A great album that Brit tenor giant Tubby Hayes recorded on a trip to the U.S. during the early 60's. The set's a great batch of hard bop tracks recorded in New York by Epic Records – and was issued at the same time the label great work in jazz – as on the records by Dave Bailey or ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Original UK stereo pressing in the flip-back cover!)
An album with a classic modernist cover image – and one that's also got the same sort of sound to match – brilliant early work from trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, who's really coming into his own as a leader with this date! Freddie's really finding a voice here – a sharper edge than ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A really unique chapter in the career of Ornette Coleman – an album that he produced by himself in 1962, away from any other label – as an effort to showcase the newly freer sounds of his music! The recording's the first in a really groundbreaking stretch for the 60s – and it was ... read moreCD
A great little album from Kenny Burrell – one that has Ray Barretto's congas on most cuts, giving the album a similar Latiny feel to Kenny's classic Midnight Blue album on Blue Note! The Latin undercurrent hits both New York and bossa-styled modes – a great setting for Burrell's thin, ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A rare set of work by Kenny Burrell – recorded for Blue Note in 1963, but unissued until the time of this early 80s Japanese-only release! The work is amazing – quite different than some of Kenny's other work for Blue Note, in that the tracks are shorter, and apparently recorded with ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
An obscure album from Sylvia Syms – issued on the short-lived Movietone label at ABC, with backing by the combo of pianist Bernie Leighton! Players aren't named, but there's a strong trumpet and tenor component to the album – with deeper soul that makes Sylvia sound hipper than usual. (Vocalists, Jazz)LP, Vinyl record album
A really beautiful session from Benny Golson – and proof that, throughout the years, Golson could always continue to turn out wonderful material! Benny's working here with old bandmate Curtis Fuller on trombone – and the pair are supported by a trio who include Bill Mays on piano, Bob ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A tremendous live session from 1969 – a bit rough on the recording quality, but completely wonderful in terms of playing! The unique date features Woody Shaw playing in a group with Art Blakey – a few years before Shaw formally joined the Jazz Messengers, and in a looser, freer mode ... read moreCD
A seminal set of work from guitarist Grant Green – and one of his famous quartet outings with the great Sonny Clark on piano! These sessions have gone onto become the stuff of legend – argued by some as Green's finest moments at Blue Note – yet oddly, the label didn't issue most ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Late 70 Japanese King pressing, GXF 3058, including insert.)
An overlooked trio session from the great Sonny Clark – and a record that really lives up to its title, with a sweet selection of soulful ballads from the legendary pianist! Given that Sonny always had a slight modern edge, the album's quite different than a record from Oscar Peterson or Red ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Japanese King pressing, with insert. Cover has some corner wear.)
A tasty early 50s session for Verve – one that has Gene reprising some tunes and a style he used in the Benny Goodman years, but in a way that's more open and laidback – in keeping with Verve's swing-based small group sessions of the time! Even more important, though, is the fact that ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Verve Inc pressing with trumpter logo and deep groove, with Verve inner sleeve, all in fantastic shape!)
An early, rootsy Mose Allison sides, mostly instrumental, bluesy piano trio numbers, but Mose busts out with some vocals on an early version of his signature tune "Parchman Farm" and "Lost Mind", and a spot of trumpet on "Trouble In Mind" . He's joined by Addison ... (Vocalists, Jazz)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Incredible work from altoist Frank Strozier – a rich album of lyrical beauty and modernist invention, played by a great group that includes Harold Mabern on piano, Bill Lee on bass, and Al Dreares on drums. The music has a very unusual feel – with a sound that goes far beyond the ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Orange label Jazzland pressing with deep groove, in the textured cover.)
A great record – and one that's a lot more unified than the title might make you think! The set has Max post-Clifford Brown, post-the hardbop group that followed Brown, in his more searching soulful mode, playing with some steller younger talents like Booker Little, George Coleman, Julian ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Mono gold label promo with deep groove! Cover has a promo ink stamp on back.)
Teddy Edwards at the height of his powers – packing a tight, soulful punch that made him one of the most popular players on the west coast in the early 60s – and a great link between earlier R&B tenorists and the leaner sound of 60s jazz! Edwards has a nice gutbuckety tone at times ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Black & silver label Pacific Jazz pressing with wide deep groove. Cover has a bumped corner and a bit of pen on back, in fantastic shape otherwise!)
Earl & Carl Grubbs – The Visitors —
Motherland ... LP Muse, 1975. Used ...
Just Sold Out!
Fantastic work from the team of Earl & Carl Grubbs – alto and tenor sax playing brothers, with Coltrane as a firm inspiration, and a talent for blowing unbridled emotive spiritual soul jazz, in the best manner of early 70s heavyweights like Gary Bartz or Billy Harper. The album features ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(White label promo. Cover has a cutout notch, looks great otherwise!)
An excellent early session from Barry Harris – one of his rarest, and a group side that features playing by two young bright stars, fellow Detroiter Charles McPherson on alto, and the talented Lonnie Hillyer on trumpet! The session's got a lot of lyrical flourishes, but the horn players also ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Black label Bill Grauer pressing with microphone logo. Cover has lightly bumped corners.)
Eddie Bert, Donald Byrd, JR Monterose, & Others —
Montage ... LP Savoy, Mid 50s. Used ...
Just Sold Out!
A collection of laidback blowing material recorded for Savoy during the mid 50s – featuring 2 different groups, plus 2 solo piano tracks by John Mehegan. Group one features Eddie Bert, JR Monterose, Hank Jones, and Kenny Clarke – on the tracks "Steady Eddie", "Slow ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Bright red label pressing with RVG etch. Label has small initials in pen. Cover has a bit of pen on back and some clear tape on the corners.)
A beautiful album from Harold Vick – one of his greatest, and very much in the sublime spiritual mode of his stellar Don't Look Back record on Strata East. Vick's moving past the hard soul jazz of the 60s sides he cut with organ players – and he's hitting a freer groove that's marked ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(White label promo. Cover has light ring & edge wear and bumped corners.)
Although it's easy to get mixed up with all the Leroy Vinnegar albums that have "walk" in the title, this one's a great soul jazz session from the early 60s – one that nicely draws upon an LA scene that includes Roy Ayers, Freddie Hill, Teddy Edwards, Mike Melvoin, and Ron Jefferson ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Nice quartet session for Kenny Burrell, and one that's got an unusual lineup that includes Cecil Payne on baritone, Tommy Flanagan on piano, Doug Watkins on bass, and Elvin Jones on drums. The tracks are long, with a nice laidback "blowing session" kind of feel. Titles include "Don' ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Blue trident label pressing with Van Gelder stamp. Cover has light ring & edge wear.)
Clifford Jordan & Sonny Red —
Story Tale ... LP Jazzland, 1961. Near Mint- ...
A brilliant collaboration between Clifford Jordan and Sonny Red! At the time of this recording, Jordan was one of a number of firey young tenor players from Chicago – all of them hard-blowing, with a nice soulful bottom that opened up a bop sound to more moods and emotions – but Jordan ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Frank's tenor and flute are out front on this swingin' session cut with Frank Foster, Kenny Burrell, Kenny Clarke, and Bennie Powell. The tracks are tight and swing oriented, with the sort of Basie-ite feel you'd expect from Wess. Titles include "What'd Ya Say", "Dill Pickles" ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Bright red label pressing with deep groove and RVG etch! Cover has light wear at the opening and bottom corners, still looks great!)
One of Horace Silver's greatest records ever – and the album that always makes us remember how many of his tunes are now etched in the memory of modern jazz! The album's got a slightly exotic bent that you might guess from the title – a furthering of the sound that Silver first started ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(New York stereo pressing, with Van Gelder/Stereo stamp.)
Clark Terry's breezy trumpet is paired with Don Butterfield's tuba for a real "top and bottom" session of brassy jazz. The two of them are backed by a sharp rhythm section that includes Jimmy Jones on piano, Sam Jones on bass, and Art Taylor on drums. The set's got a lot of nice ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Black label Bill Grauer pressing with microphone logo.)
An extremely well-titled set from the legendary Hank Mobley – one of his key Blue Notes of the 60s, and an album that glides along with an undeniable sense of joy, life, and soul! Mobley's really opening up his groove at this point – moving way beyond standard hard bop and soul jazz ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Liberty stereo pressing with Van Gelder stamp. Cover has light wear and some small white misprint spots on front.)
A classic Sun Ra set from the late 60s – recorded in New York in 1968, and featuring a lineup that includes Kwami Hadi on trumpet, Marshall Allen and Danny Davis on alto and flute, John Gilmore on tenor and drums, and Pat Patrick on baritone and flute – all classic players who are the ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Joe Henderson —
Kicker ... LP Milestone, 1967. Near Mint- ...
A key link between Joe Henderson's earlier years at Blue Note and his later, freer work for Milestone – recorded in a style that's got plenty of Blue Note hardbop touches, yet also done with a sense of freedom that you'd never expect from that label! Joe's grooving in a straight, yet angular ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Blue label pressing. Cover has some surface and edge wear, with some clear tape at the opening on back.)
A set that brings together some of the best moments from John Coltrane's years on Atlantic Records – the time after he first burst into fame in the Miles Davis Quintet, and before he started to soar to the skies on his Impulse Recordings! Although these tracks may be a bit more straight ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A heck of a great little live set from Art Pepper – recorded live at Donte's nightclub in LA in 1968, at a time when Pepper was really stretching out his sound! The tracks feature Art in a quintet with Joe Romano on tenor, Frank Strazzeri on piano, Chuck Berghofer on bass, and Nick Ceroli on ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Brian Auger doesn't come full circle with his early work – and instead, he moves far forward – really soaring here in a tight trio setting, with even more jazz in the mix than on his classic recordings! The set's a great reminder that – despite all the keyboards, funk, and soul ... read moreCD
A trio of CTI classics from reedman Hubert Laws! First up is Morning Star – one of the most sublime Hubert Laws albums for CTI – a set that features his incredibly soulful flute work floating over these beautiful large arrangements by Don Sebesky – all ticked by some sweet ... read moreCD
Kaidi Tatham hasn't given us many albums under his own name over the years – but each one is a great cause for celebration – as his musical vision is so fresh and bold, we're even more in love with Tatham in a full length setting, compared to his many 12" singles! The scope of ... (New Grooves, Jazz)read moreCD
Four albums from the great Ben Sidran – a mighty hip jazz singer, and a great pianist too! First up is Free In America – a great little set all the way through – and about as classic as you can get for Sidran in the 70s! The album's got a bit more soul in the mix, but still has ... (Vocalists, Jazz)read moreCD
3 great CTI records from Jim Hall – including work with Art Farmer, Chet Baker & Hubert Laws – in a great 2CD set! Concierto is one Hall's most compelling albums from the 70s – a mix of lightly swinging tunes and more complicated numbers, recorded with some of his best ... read moreCD
Freddie Hubbard —
Gleam ... CD CBS/BGO (UK), 1975. New Copy 2CD ...
Jazz funk genius from Freddie Hubbard in the mid 70s! Gleam was a Japanese-only double album from the jazz giant in its original release – mighty funky at times, too – right up there with some of the best Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock Japanese sets from the 70s! It's a live set ... read moreCD
A quadruple-header from Ramsey Lewis – four albums from his great 70s electric period on Columbia Records! First up is Funky Serenity – sweet electric funk from Ramsey Lewis! The album's one of his best from the 70s – and it's got Ramsey on Fender Rhodes, electric harpsichord, ... read moreCD
A really unusual meeting of the minds – as legendary guitarist John Scofield works here with the famous British big band of Mike Gibbs – an ensemble that had been making waves for decades by the time of this recording! Gibbs was always one of the most colorful of the modern British ... read moreCD
A trio of excellent Gary Burton albums from the 60s – collected together in a single set! Something's Coming is the launch of vibist Gary Burton as a leader – a force in jazz that would continue strongly for decades to come! At the time of the record, Burton had already been making ... read moreCD
A trio of early 80s albums from fusion giant Steve Khan – all lined up in a single collection! First up is Eyewitness – an early 80s effort from guitarist Steve Khan – a set recorded after some big records for Columbia, and one that follows very strongly in their legacy! Khan's ... read moreCD
A seminal 70s set from the legendary Air trio – and one of their only non-American dates from the early years! The album was originally a Japanese-only album, but it's easily one of the group's greatest of the decade – a sublime set that really has them working strongly in their AACM ... read moreCD
Bobby Bradford/John Carter Quintet —
Comin On ... CD Hat Hut (Switzerland), 1988. Used ...
Just Sold Out!
A brilliant reinvention of the Bobby Bradford/John Carter partnership – a key force on the LA avant scene of the late 60s and early 70s – still filled with fire in this later recording! Bradford's cornet has lost none of its force – and the real shift here is Carter, who works ... read moreCD
(Out of print early pressing. Booklet appears to be signed by Bobby Bradford!)
Drummer Lenny White live – stepping out here in a sweet funky set that also features some great keyboards from Patrice Rushen and Don Blackman! The date was recorded in the late 90s, and has a back-to-basics quality that reflects the renewed love of older funk styles that players like White ... read moreCD
Clooney's working with a sweet small group – one that features Scott Hamilton on tenor, Warren Vache on cornet, John Clayton on bass, and Jeff Hamilton on drums – plus piano and arrangements from John Oddo. (Vocalists, Jazz)LP, Vinyl record album
Very early work from Cannonball Adderley – recorded way before the funky years, when he was a hard-wailing soulful soloist with a lot of bop in his style! Cannon's paired here with brother Nat, a good companion even at this early stage – and the two of them solo in front of a large ... read moreCD
An excellent batch of straight ahead funk from David Fathead Newman! The record's a return to basics after a few more overly-produced sessions – and it features a stripped down quintet with Bernard Purdie on durms, Erick Gale on guitars, Blue Mitchell on trumpet, and Steve Novosel on bass. ... read moreCD
(NOTE: case has a broken hinge. Spine has a cutout notch.)
The mood may be gray, but the sound here is plenty blue – those deep-toned lines that make trombonist Al Grey one of the most deeply-voiced players on his instrument! The set has Al in a nicely laidback setting – a relaxed, soulful approach that's almost similar to the Prestige Records ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A great 70s date from this hip trombonist – with all original tunes by Knepper, and a quintet that includes Al Cohnn on tenor, Roland Hanna on piano, George Mraz on bass, and Dannie Richmond on drums! LP, Vinyl record album