Soliloquy is everything you want in a jazz ballad and this Mike Longo composition defines his indescribable talent.
I’ll let you read his extensive Resume here… 171 more words
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Mal Waldron: piano
Eric Dolphy: alto saxophone, clarinet
Booker Ervin: tenor saxophone (tracks 1-4, 6 & 7)
Ron Carter: cello
Joe Benjamin: bass
Charlie Persip: drums… 16 more words
“I think the bassist is the quarterback in any group and he must find a sound that he is willing to be responsible for.” so says Ron Carter, one of jazz’s most highly regarded bassists. 126 more words
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TOM RUSH-TOM RUSH.
For many people, Tom Rush was a trailblazer. He was the first of the singer-songwriters. His career began in 1961, when Tom, who was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire began singing in clubs. 2,856 more words
A quick post about Marc Ribot. Again…
In one of the surprising recordings that he made, his participation to McCoy Tyner’s album “ 243 more words
1 month, 1 week
Sound the Trumpet: How to Blow Your Own Horn
From a 1985 concert at Town Hall
Freddie Hubbard (check his official web site), Joe Henderson, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams.
Been grooving to this one for a few weeks now. It’s the bonus version of jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard’s classic “Red Clay,” recorded live in the summer of 1971. 35 more words
1 month, 2 weeks