29 dezembro 2010

Carmell Jones - Business Meeting (1962)

Carmell Jones (t) Harold Land (ts) Frank Scrazzeri (p) Gary Peacock (b) Donald Dean (d)
Recorded in late 1961-early 1962

1 That's Good 6:05 (Jones)
2 Suearl 7:06 (Land)
3 Hip Trolley 5:23 (Jones)
4 Beautiful Love 5:38 (Young-King-Van Alstyne-Gillespie)

Carmell Jones (t) Bud Shank, Clifford Scott (as) Harold Land, Wilbur Brown (ts)
Don Raffell (bs) Frank Strazzeri (p) Leroy Vinnegar (b) Ron Jefferson (d) Gerald Wilson (arr)
Recorded in early 1962

5 Business Meetin' 4:50 (Gerald Wilson)
6 Stella By Starlight 2:34 (V Young-N. Washington)
7 Toddler 3:52 (Clare Fischer)
8 Cherokee 3:54 (Ray Noble)

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Carmell Jones in Europe 1965-66

Carmell Jones in Europe 1965-66
Prestige 7669

Group A
Carmell Jones- trumpet
Nathan Davis- tnr,sop
Francy Boland- p
Jimmy Woode-b
Kenny Clarke- d
Group B
Carmell Jones- trumpet
Pony Poindexter- alto,voc
Leo Wright-alto,flute
Fritz Pauer-p
Andre Condouant-gtr
Jimmy Woode-b
Joe Nay-d
Annie Ross- voc

Carmell’s Black Forest Waltz (A)
Jumpin’ at the Woodside (B)
That Kaycee Thing (A)
B’s Blues (A)
The Hip Walk (A)
Twisted (B)

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25 dezembro 2010

Shorty Rogers Shorty Rogers and His Giants 1953

Shorty Rogers
Shorty Rogers and His Giants


Tracks
1 Morpo (Rogers) 3:31
2 Bunny (Rogers) 3:29
3 Powder Puff (Manne) 2:54
4 Mambo del Crow (Rogers) 3:06
5 Joycycle (Rogers) 2:43
6 The Lady Is a Tramp (Rodgers, Hart) 2:21
7 The Pesky Serpent (Giuffre) 2:43
8 Diablo's Dance (Rogers) 3:21
9 Pirouette (Rogers) 3:13
10 Indian Club (Giuffre) 2:39
11 The Goof and I (Cohn) 2:58
12 My Little Suede Shoes (Parker) 2:48

Personnel
[# 1-4, 7-10]
Shorty Rogers - tp
Milt Bernhart - tb
Art Pepper - as
Jimmy Giuffre - ts
Gene Englund - tb
John Graas - fr hrn
Hampton Hawes - p
Joe Mondragon - b
Shelly Manne - dr
Recorded in Los Angeles ; January 12 [# 2, 3, 7 & 9], & January 15 [# 1, 4, 8 & 10], 1953

[# 5, 6, 11 & 12]
Shorty Rogers - tp
Jimmy Giuffre - ts, cl & bs
Pete Jolly - p
Curtis Counce - b
Shelly Manne - dr
Recorded in Los Angeles ; September 10, 1954

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Freddie Hubbard - Gleam (1975)

Freddie Hubbard - Gleam (1975)
MP3 ~ 320kbps ~ 187mb
Label - CBS/Sony (SOPZ 100~101 - Double LP)


Recorded – Live in The Concert at Yubin Chokin Hall, Tokyo.

Tracks

1. Put It in The Pocket 9:29 (C. Randall, F. Hubbard)
2. Ebony Moonbeams 12:33 (G. Cables)
3. Betcha by Golly Wow 8:49 (L. Creed, T. Bell)
4. Spirits of Trane 9:15 (F. Hubbard)
5. Kuntu 22:22 (F. Hubbard)
6. Midnight at the Oasis 7:23 (D. Nichtern)
7. Too High 16:19 (S. Wonder)

Freddie Hubbard - trumpet, fluegelhorn
Carl Randall Jr. - tenor sax, flute
George Cables - electric piano
Henry Franklin - Fender bass
Carl Burnett - drums
Buck Clark - congas, percussion

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Terumasa Hino - Live In Concert 1975

Live In Concert 1975

1. Logical Mystery
2. In The Darkness
3. 'Round About Midnight

Terumasa Hino ~ trumpet
Hideo Miyata ~ sax
Fumio Itabashi ~ electric piano
Tsutomu Okada and Akira Okazawa ~ bass
Motohiko Hino ~ drums
Sadao Watanabe ~ sax
Shigeharu Mukai ~ trombone
Kiyoshi Sugimoto ~ guitar
Masahiko Togashi ~ percussion
Yuhji Imamura ~ congas

live recording done in Tokyo

East Wind Records 1975

Donald Byrd - Electric Byrd - 1970



Live Recording

Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on May 15, 1970

Donald Byrd . trumpet
Jerry Dodgion . soprano & alto saxophones, flute
Lew Tabackin . tenor saxophone, flute
Frank Foster . tenor saxophone, alto clarinet
Pepper Adams . baritone saxophone, clarinet
Bill Campbell . trombone
Hermeto Pascoal . flute
Duke Pearson . electric piano
Wally Richardson . guitar
Ron Carter . bass
Mickey Roker . drums
Airto Moreira . percussion

1. Estavanico
2. Essence
3. Xibaba
4. The Dude

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Buddy Rich & Harry "Sweets" Edison - Buddy and Sweets 1955

Buddy Rich & Harry "Sweets" Edison
Buddy and Sweets

Tracks
1 Yellow Rose of Brooklyn (Edison) 4:35
2 Easy Does It (Oliver, Young) 8:20
3 All Sweets (Edison) 2:13
4 Nice Work If You Can Get It (Gershwin, Gershwin) 4:07
5 Barney's Bugle (Rich) 9:43
6 Now's the Time (Parker) 4:43
7 You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me (Dubin, Warren) 5:10

Personnel
Buddy Rich (Drums)

Harry "Sweets" Edison (Trumpet)

Jimmy Rowles (Piano)

Barney Kessel (Guitar)

John Simmons (Bass)
Recorded September 1, 1955 at Radio Recorders, Hollywood.

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24 dezembro 2010

Shorty Rogers & Andre Previn Collaboration 1954

Shorty Rogers & Andre Previn
Collaboration

Tracks
1 It's Delovely** (Porter) 2:30
2 Porterhouse** (Previn) 2:49
3 Heat Wave (Berlin) 2:40
4 40 Below* (Previn) 2:44
5 You Stepped out of a Dream (Brown, Kahn) 2:28
6 Claudia* (Previn) 3:27
7 You Do Something to Me** (Porter) 3:09
8 Call for Cole** (Rogers) 2:20
9 Everything I've Got (Rogers, Hart) 3:38
10 Some Antics* (Rogers) 3:25
11 It Only Happens When I Dance with You (Berlin) 3:04
12 General Cluster* (Rogers) 3:00

Personnel
Shorty Rogers - tp
André Previn - p
Milt Bernhart - tb
Bud Shank - as & fl
Bob Cooper - ts & ob
Jimmy Giuffre - bs
Al Hendrickson or Jack Marshall** - g
Joe Mondragon or Curtis Counce* - b
Shelly Manne - dr

Recorded in Los Angeles ; March 30, 1954 [# 1, 5, 9 & 11] ; June 14, 1954 [# 4, 6, 10 & 12] ; September 14, 1954 [# 1, 2, 7 & 8]

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Blue Mitchell - The Cup Bearers (1962)

Blue Mitchell - The Cup Bearers (1962)
EAC RIP | FLAC+CUE+LOG / 295 MB | Covers | MP3 - CBR 320 Kbps / 146 MB
Original Release: 1962 | Audio CD (1993) | Label: Riverside Records (OJCCD-797-2)


1. Turquoise
2. Why Do I Love You?
3. Dingbat Blues
4. Capers
5. Cup Bearers
6. How Deep Is the Ocean?
7. Tiger Lily

LINEUP:
Blue Mitchell - Trumpet
Junior Cook - Tenor Saxophone
Cedar Walton - Piano
Roy Brooks - Drums
Gene Taylor - Bass

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Cy Touff - His Octet and Quintet

Cy Touff
His Octet and Quintet

Tracks
1 Keester Parade (Mandel) 7:50
2 TNT (Kahn) 4:54
3 What Am I Here For? (Ellington, Laine) 4:21
4 Groover Wailin' (Mandel) 4:10
5 Prez-Ence (Kamuca, Touff, Young) 5:24
6 Half Past Jumping Time (Hefti) 3:50
7 A Smooth One (Goodman) 6:58
8 Primitive Cats (Kamuca, Touff) 5:38
9 It's Sand, Man ! (Lewis) 5:24
10 A Smooth One [alt. take] (Goodman) 2:32

Personnel
[# 1-4]
Harry "Sweets" Edison, Conrad Gozzo - tp
Cy Touff - bs tp
Richie Kamuca - ts
Matt Utal - as & bs
Russ Freeman - p
Leroy Vinnegar - b
Chuck Flores - dr

[# 5-10]
Cy Touff - bs tp
Richie Kamuca - ts
Pete Jolly - p
Leroy Vinnegar - b
Chuck Flores - dr

Recorded at the Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California ; December 4 [octet] ; & December 5 [quintet], 1955

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Cy Touff was one of the few specialists on the bass trumpet, an instrument that does not sound all that different from a valve trombone. This 1998 reissue CD finds Touff in two different settings. The first four numbers feature an octet (comprised of trumpeters Harry "Sweets" Edison and Conrad Gozzo, Touff, tenor-saxophonist Richie Kamuca, Matt Utal on reeds, pianist Russ Freeman, bassist Leroy Vinnegar and drummer Chuck Flores) performing three Johnny Mandel arrangements and one by Ernie Wilkins ("What Am I Here For"). "Keester Parade" uses a familiar Sweets Edison line ("Centerpiece") while Tiny Kahn's "TNT" is easily recognizable as the basis for Dave Frishberg's "Can't Take You Nowhere." Touff, Kamuca and Edison are the main soloists on the cool-toned Basie-oriented date. The remainder of the CD is from the following day and puts more of the focus on Touff's soloing in a quintet with Kamuca and pianist Pete Jolly. Touff and Kamuca blend together very well and play off each other in winning fashion. This music also tips its cap constantly to Basie (Jolly purposely plays a few phrases like Count) with "Prez-ence" finding the two horns playing Lester Young's recorded solo on "You're Driving Me Crazy." One of only 2 1/2 albums led by Cy Touff, this CD is definitive of Touff and also notable for featuring Richie Kamuca in superb form.
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Kenny Wheeler - Deer Wan - 1977

mp3 | 320 | 100 mb

:: Peace For Five
:: 3/4 In The Afternoon
:: Sumother Song
:: Deer Wan

Kenny Wheeler : trumpet, fluegelhorn
Jan Garbarek : saxophones
John Abercrombie : electric guitar, electric mandolin
Dave Holland : bass
Jack DeJohnette : drums
Ralph Towner : 12-string guitar

ECM 1977

Terence Blanchard - Flow (2004)


TRACKLIST:
1. Flow, Pt. 1
2. Wadagbe (Intro)
3. Wadagbe
4. Benny's Tune
5. Wandering Wonder
6. Flow, Pt. 2
7. The Source
8. Over There
9. Child's Play
10. Flow, Pt. 3
11. Harvesting Dance

LINEUP:
Terence Blanchard (trumpet);
Terence Blanchard (programming);
Brice Winston (soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, keyboards, EWI);
Derrick Hodge (bass instrument);
Howard Drossin (programming);
Lionel Loueke (vocals, guitar);
Gretchen Parlato (vocals);
Herbie Hancock, Aaron Parks (piano);
Kendrick Scott (drums).


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Lester Young Laughin' to Keep from Cryin' 1958


Tracks

1 Salute to Benny (Young) 8:32
2 They Can't Take That Away from Me (Gershwin, Gershwin) 6:02
3 Romping (Young) 11:42
4 Gypsy in My Soul (Boland, Jaffe) 4:14
5 Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone (Clare, Stept) 6:11
6 Ballad Medley : The Very Thought of You/I Want a Little Girl/Blue (Basie, David, Livingston) 6:38
7 Mean to Me [*] (Ahlert, Turk) 6:58

Personnel
Lester Young - tenor saxophone & clarinete [# 1 & 2]
Roy Eldridge - trumpete
Harry "Sweets" Edison - trumpete
Hank Jones - piano
Herb Ellis - guitar
George Duvivier - bass
Mickey Sheen - drums

Recorded February 1958 in New York City

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The Eminent Jay Jay Johnson, vol. 1

J.J. Johnson
The Eminent Jay Jay Johnson, vol. 1
(Japanese import)


Tracks
1 Turnpike (Johnson) 4:18
2 Lover Man (Ramirez) 3:54
3 Get Happy (Koehler, Arlen) 4:51
4 Sketch 1 (Lewis) 4:25
5 Capri (Gryce) 3:40
6 Jay (Johnson) 3:45
7 Old Devil Moon (Lane, Harburg) 3:55
8 It's You or No One (Styne, Cahn) 4:09
9 Too Marvellous for Words (Mercer, Whiting) 3:37
10 Coffee Pot (Johnson) 4:11

Personnel
[# 1-5]
Clifford Brown - tp
Jay Jay Johnson - tb
Jimmy Heath - ts & bs
John Lewis - p
Percy Heath - b
Kenny Clarke - dr
Recorded June 20, 1953

[# 6-10]
Jay Jay Johnson - tb
Wynton Kelly - p
Charlie Mingus - b
Kenny Clarke - dr

Recorded by Rudy van Gelder ; September 24, 1954

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21 dezembro 2010

Charles Tolliver - Mosaic Select 20

mp3@320kbps

DISC ONE (A)
1. Drought 9:20 (Charles Tolliver)
2. Felicite 8:23 (Cecil McBee)
3. Orientale 17:36 (Stanley Cowell)
4. Spanning 8:24 (Charles Tolliver)
5. Wilpan's 10:35 (Cecil McBee)
6. Our Second Father (Dedicated to the memory of John Coltrane) 13:20 (Charles Tolliver)

DISC TWO (B)
1. Drought 12:18 (Charles Tolliver)
2. Stretch 10:39 (Charles Tolliver)
3. Truth 7:04 (Charles Tolliver)
4. Effi 10:43 (Stanley Cowell)
5. 'Round Midnight 8:36 (Thelonious Monk)

DISC THREE

(A)
1. On The Nile 13:33 (Charles Tolliver)
2. Ruthie's Heart (Dedicated to my mother) 18:46 (Charles Tolliver)
3. Repetition 8:51 (Neal Hefti)
(B)
4. Impact 7:28 (Charles Tolliver)
5. Our Second Father (Dedicated to the memory of John Coltrane) 20:15 (Charles Tolliver)
6. Earl's World (Dedicated to my brother) (B) 6:24 (Charles Tolliver)

(A)
Charles Tolliver, trumpet; Stanley Cowell, piano; Cecil McBee, bass; Jimmy Hopps, drums.
Recorded live at Slug's Saloon, New York City on May 1, 1970
Disc One, tracks 1-3 originally issued as CHARLES TOLLIVER MUSIC INC LIVE AT SLUGS', VOLUME ONE (Strata East SES1972)
Disc One, tracks 4-6 originally issued as CHARLES TOLLIVER MUSIC INC LIVE AT SLUGS', VOLUME TWO (Strata East SES19720)
Disc Three, tracks 1-3 are previously unissued


(B)
Charles Tolliver, trumpet, Stanley Cowell, piano; Clint Houston, bass; Clifford Barbaro, drums.
Recorded at Yubinchokin Hall, Tokyo on December 7, 1973
Disc Two originally issued as CHARLES TOLLIVER MUSIC INC LIVE IN TOKYO (Strata East SES19745)
Disc Three, tracks 4-6 are previously unissued


Note:
The previously unissued Tokyo material (Disc Three, #4-6) was transferred from the audio portion of a video tape and is in mono.
(p) 1972, 1974, 2005 Strata-East Records.


Joe Gordon

Joseph Henry Gordon
was born May 15, 1928 in Boston, MA and died November 4, 1963 in Santa Monica, CA.

Introducing Joe Gordon 1954


JOE GORDON /Introducing (LP) (EmARCY)

Joe Gordon (tp) Junior Mance (P) Charlie Rouse (ts) Jimmy Schenck (b) Art Blakey (ds)

SIDE A:
1.Toll Bridge
2.Lady Bob 

SIDE B:
1.Grasshopper
2.Flash Gordon 


Recorded : 1954.9.3

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20 dezembro 2010

Introducing Joe

September 1954: EXCLUSIVE L-R: American jazz musicians Charlie Rouse (1924-1988) with his saxophone in his lap, Jimmy Schenck on bass, and Joe Gordon (1928-1963) playing trumpet at the EmArcy recording session for the album, 'Introducing Joe Gordon'.
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13 dezembro 2010

jamey aebersold - vol. 51 Night and day


Night And Day
Embraceable You
I Got Rhythm
Just One Of Those Things
How Long Has This Been Going On?
Three Little Words
You Do Something To Me
My One And Only Love
With A Song In My Heart
The Man I Love
Tea For Two
I'm A Fool To Want You

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12 dezembro 2010

Bob Brookmeyer - Electricity (1994)


1.Farewell, New York
2. Ugly Music
3. White Blues
4. Say Ah
5. No Song
6. The Crystal Palace

BOB BROOKMEYER valve trombone
JOHN ABERCROMBIE guitar
RAINER BRÜNINGHAUS keyboards
FRANK CHASTENIER keyboards
DIETER ILG bass
DANNY GOTTLIEB drums
WDR BIG BAND directed by Bob Brookmeyer

Music by Bob Brookmeyer
Recorded in March 1991 at the WDR Studios Cologne, Germany
ACT 9219 - 2

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Bix Beiderbecke - Jazz Masters (From original recordings)

Bix Beiderbecke - Jazz Masters (From original recordings) (1995)
MP3 320 kbps | CBR 44,1kHz | 133 MB
Label: EMI


1. Jazz Me Blues
2. Somebody Stole My Gal
3. Ol' Man River (Showboat)
4. Wringin' And Twistin'
5. Clarinet Marmalade
6. Ostrich Walk
7. Mississippi Mud
8. Baby Won't You Please Come Home
9. Goose Pimples
10. Margie
11. Louisiana
12. Rhythm King
13. Three Blind Mice
14. Krazy Kat (Tone Poem In Slow Rhythm)
15. A Good Man Is Hard To Find
16. Thou Swell Bix Beiderbecke
17. Dusky Stevedore
18. The Japanese Sandman
19. Louise
20. Wa Da Da (Everybody's Doin' It Now)

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Tom Browne - Browne Sugar (1979)

EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3u | Full Scans 600dpi | 224 MB + 5% Recovery

01. Throw Down
02. I Never Was A Cowboy
03. Herbal Scent
04. Brother, Brother
05. The Closer I Get To You
06. What's Going On
07. Promises For Spring
08. Antoinette Like

musicians

Tom Browne - trumpet,flugelhorn
Dave Grusin - Oberheim,electric piano,clavinet,Mini Moog,misc. percussion
Marcus Miller - bass
Bernard Wright - electric piano
Ronald Miller - electric guitar
Robert Mounsey - Oberheim
Francisco Centeno - electric bass
Buddy Williams - drums
Michael Brecker - tenor sax
Buddy Williams - drums
Errol Bennett - percussion
Patti Austin - vocals
Vivian Cherry - vocals
Frank Floyd - vocals
Zachary Sanders - vocals
Sue Evans - conga drums,percussion

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Tom Browne - R 'N' Browne (1999)

EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3u | Full Scans 600dpi | 326 MB + 5% Recovery

01. Joy and Pain
02. Back to Life
03. Someday We'll All Be Free
04. Hangin' on a String
05. Never Stop
06. Un Break My Heart
07. Can't You See Me
08. Juicy Fruit
09. The Wind Cries Mary

musicians
Tom Browne - trumpet,flugelhorn,electric trumpet
Chieli Minucci - acoustic guitar
Stephanie McKay - vocals
John Hart - guitar
Bob Belden - keyboards,acoustic piano
Adam Holzman - drum programming
Sybil - vocals
Marc Pfafflin - drums and bass programming
Dianne Reeves - vocals
Billy Kilson - drums
Craig Johnson - trumpet
James Zollar - trumpet
Clark Gayton - trombone
Tim Ries - baritone sax
Hank Bones - background vocals
Christian McBride - electric bass
DJ Smash - drum programming
KCB - rap vocal

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09 dezembro 2010

Dizzy Gillespie and His Big Band in Concert (1948)

mp3 @ 320 kbps - Audio CD (January 21, 1992)
Original Release Date: July 26, 1948
Label: Gnp Crescendo

Recorded live at the Civic Auditorium, Pasadena, California on July 19, 1948.

Personnel:
Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet)
Dave Burns, Elmon Wright, Willie Cook (trumpet); Jesse Tarrant, Bill Sheperd (trombone);
Ernie Henry, John Brown (alto saxophone); James Moody, Joe Gayles (tenor saxophone); Cecil Payne (baritone saxophone)
James Foreman (piano); Nelson Boyd (bass); Teddy Stewart (drums); Chano Pozo (congas).

Emanon
Ool-Ya-Koo
'Round About Midnight
Stay On It
Good Bait
One Bass Hit
I Can't Get Started
Manteca


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06 dezembro 2010

Wynton Marsalis Standard Time 1987

MP3 | 320 kbps | 95 MB + 51.9 MB | 1987

Track list:
1. Caravan
2. April In Paris
3. Cherokee
4. Goodbye
5. New Orleans
6. Soon All Will Know
7. A Foggy Day
8. The Song Is You
9. Memories Of You
10. In The Afterglow
11. Autumn Leaves
12. Cherokee (Version)

Artists:
Marcus Roberts (piano)
Robert Hurst (bass)
Jeff Watts (drums)

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05 dezembro 2010

J. J. Johnson - The Brass Orchestra (1997)


Trumpets
Jon Faddis, Eddie Henderson, Joe Wilder, Lew Soloff, Earl Gardner
Byron Stripling, Danny Cahn, Joe Shepley
Trombones
J. J. Johnson, Robin Eubanks, Jim Pugh, Steve Turre,
Dave Taylor, Douglas Purviance, Joe Alessi
Euphoniums
Bruce Bonvissuto, Alan Ralph
Tubas
Howard Johnson, Andy Rodgers
Tenor and Soprano Sax
Dan Faulk

Rhythm
Renee Rosnes (piano), Rufus Reid (bass), Victor Lewis (drums), Francesca Corsi (harp),
Freddie Santiago, Milton cardona, Kevin Johnson (percussion)

1. El Camino Real
2. Enigma
3. Gingerbread Boy
4. Canonn For Bela
5. Comfort Zone
6. Wild Is The Wind
7. If I Hit The Lottery
8. Cross Currents
9. Ballad For Joe
10. Cadenza
11. Why Indianapolis, Why Not Indianapolis?
12. Horn Of Plenty (From 'Perceptions')
13. Ballade (From 'Perceptions')
14. Swing Spring

The Brass Orchestra


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Jon Faddis & Billy Harper - Jon & Billy (1974)

Jon Faddis - Trumpet
Billy Harper - Tenor Sax
Roland Hanna - Piano
George Mraz - Bass
Motohiko Hino - Drums
Cecil Bridgewater (kalimba)

Recorded at Teichiku Studio, Tokyo, Japan on March 13, 1974.

1. Jon & Billy
2. Water Bridge: Mizu Hashi San
3. Ballad For Jon Faddis
4. Two D's From Shinjyuku, Dig & Dug
5. 17-Bar Blues
6. This All-Koredake

Jon & Billy


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Jon Faddis - Into the Faddisphere (1989)

Jon Faddis - Trumpet
Renee Rosnes - Piano
Phil Bowler - Bass
Ralph Peterson, Jr. - Drums

1. Into the Faddipshere
2. Sambahia
3. At Long Last
4. The Early Bird Gets the Short End of the Stick
5. Many Paths (To The Top Of The Mountain)
6. Retro Blue
7. Ciribiribin
8. War & Peace

Into The Faddisphere
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