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October 28, 1999 will go down in jazz organ history as one of the most electrifying nights on record. That was the night Joey Defrancesco and the grand master of the Hammon…
In an age where Jazz musicians make records, they often concentrate on technical skills and forget how fun a tune can be making a sincere, soulful statement, like how they …
Stanley Jordan came on the national jazz scene in the early eighties and was a revelation. Stanley utilized a style called hammering, in which he taps the fret board, to pr…
After a more than 20 year absence, the Headhunters are back with a new album. With returning members Bennie Maupin, Paul Jackson, and Mike Clark(who replaced Harvey Mason a…
During my tenure as a DJ at the local college radio station, I had an opportunity to take a listen to a first, and potentially exciting double organ encounter between Joey …
This incredible 4-CD boxed set from Mosaic chronicles trumpeter Lee Morgan's complete sessions as a leader in the 1950's for Blue Note. Through the set, one can hear the pr…
Secret Story represents one of the most ambitious projects in the Metheny catalog. Not only does it employ past and present members of the Pat Metheny Group, but also it is…
Ex-James Brown alto saxophonist Maceo Parker, along w/ fellow ex JB's: trombonist Fred Wesley, and tenor saxophonist Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis bring us a hot, funky live date …
Stanley Jordan is a truly remarkable artist. His "hammering" technique,(tapping the fretboard to produce lead lines, chords and bass simultaneously) has put him into a cate…
This is a CD issue of an informal blowing date recorded live at Smalls Paradise in New York on April 7, 1958. Organist Jimmy Smith is featured with alto saxist Lou Donaldso…
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