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Reggie Workman - Cerebral Caverns (1995)

Reggie Workman: bass
Sam Rivers: tenor sax, soprano sax, flute (tracks 1, 3, 4, 7)
Julian Priester: trombone (tracks 3-5)
Geri Allen: piano (tracks 2, 4, 5, 7, 8) 48 more words

Avant-Garde Jazz

Wishmaster 2 (1999)

Wishmaster 2 (1999)

Country: USA

Director: Jack Sholder

Main Stars: Holly Fields, Chris Weber, Al Foster, Andrew Divoff

Storyline: The Djinni needs to collect 1001souls to bring the end of the world. 276 more words

5 Beers

Heads Of State, Search for Peace, Smoke Sessions (2015)

  • Gary Bartz: saxophones
  • Larry Willis: piano
  • Buster Williams: bass
  • Al Foster: drums

Musically, all-star sessions tend to be rather “meh…” At their worst they tend to look like an NBA all-star game. 340 more words


Blue Note 75 for 75: Joe Henderson's The State Of The Tenor, Vol. 1 (1985)

Our fifty-sixth feature for Blue Note 75 for 75 is volume one of Joe Henderson’s live masterpiece: The State Of The Tenor. Recorded live at the Village Vanguard in Manhattan, almost 28 years to the day that Sonny Rollins recorded his famous Vanguard sessions for Blue Note, Joe Henderson goes for the same format Newk used: a piano-less trio. 400 more words


Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival

After a highly successful, critically acclaimed 11th edition, Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival® is already set to return for 2014! The dates have been confirmed by Chillout Productions, the festival will run from Thursday, February 13 to Friday, February 21 in 2014. 493 more words

Smooth Jazz

Dejate llevar por la música.....

Lo normal sería escribir sobre los últimos descubrimientos en tema de bares y lugares de esta preciosa ciudad que es Madrid, pero esta vez queremos compartir con vosotros la experiencia vivida en uno de los sitios cult de esta ciudad, un clásico entre los clásicos: el… 219 more words


Al Foster

Drummerworld is always good for a cool drum solo vid. Today’s installment is the McCoy Tyner quartet featuring the right reverend Al Foster making it feel SO good. 7 more words

Al Foster