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Hank Mobley: High Voltage (1967) Liberty

Selection: Two and One (Mobley)

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Selection 2: Bossa Deluxe (Mobley)

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Blue Mitchell (trumpet) Jackie McLean (alto sax) Hank Mobley (tenor sax) John Hicks (piano) Bob Cranshaw (bass) Billy Higgins (drums) recorded Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, October 9, 1967… 1,097 more words

Blue Note

*Crime Fiction Takeover* Toxic @JackieJamxx #Interview #Exclusive

We have a few days left of wonderful interviews for you and today is no exception. Enjoy.!

Jackie Mclean ~ Crime Fiction Takeover Interview

Which crime novel stayed with you long after you had finished? 1,314 more words

Book Blog

For Trombonist Steve Davis' 50th Birthday, An Interview From 1998 for the Criss Cross Recording "Crossfire"

The exceptional trombonist Steve Davis turns 50 today. For the occasion, here’s an interview I did with Steve in 1998, when I was putting together the liner notes for his Criss Cross CD,  7,816 more words

Interview

Jackie McLean On Mars (1980)

Somehow, I didn’t know about this short documentary on Jackie McLean, entitled Jackie McLean On Mars, until this past weekend.  Jackie was one of the greats and one of my all-time my favorite musicians, artists, performers.  Check it out!

Booker Ervin - The Space Book (1964)

Any musician expecting to play for an extended period in Charles Mingus‘ band had to find his own voice quickly and learn to play at the peak of his abilities. 413 more words

Jazz

Jazz Club in Boston(5)

February 03.2017

On radio broadcasting Sadao(渡辺貞夫) said also he frequented in “Connolly’s.”

In Boston’s 1950s jazz scene, many jazz greats performed at nightclubs such as the High Hat and the Savoy and Wall’s Paradise. 238 more words

Jazz

Jackie McLean - Right Now! (1965)

Stark, vital and insistent, Jackie McLean’s corrosive tone and strong bop roots fed into his questing musical character which authored some of the most inventive jazz records of the 60’s such as the essential Destination Out and One Step Beyond. 310 more words

Jazz