Tenor saxophonist Branford Marsalis and pianist Chucho Valdez are both sons of famous musicians, so it's fitting they tap their combined Afro-Cuban jazz heritage in the dance-shuffle "Bebo," a ... (Read More)
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The songs of the Gershwin Brothers and Cole Porter dominated Hollywood, Broadway, recordings, and airwaves for a significant part of the 20th century, and they show no signs of fading away. ... (Read More)
Recorded in the mid-1950s, this album is named after one of the Basie band's most crowd-pleasing tunes, but it has a plethora of other superb songs and arrangements showcasing its collective chops as ... (Read More)
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Cool, easygoing, and suave, Dean Martin wanted you to enjoy listening to his songs as much as he enjoyed singing them. This anthology includes duets with Peggy Lee ("You Was"), Helen O'Connell ("We ... (Read More)
Recorded in the mid-1940s, these 15 tracks from one of the first great bop saxophonists and improvisors in jazz include "Settin' the Pace," "So Easy," "Dexter's Riff," "Long Tall Dexter," "Dexter ... (Read More)
Dexter Gordon, tenor saxophone. Russ Freeman, piano. Barney Kessel, guitar. Red Callender, bass. Roy Porter, drums, & others.
Label: Savoy Jazz. Format: 3 CDs.
Label Number: 17441. Daedalus Item Code: 37320
At almost 3 hours, this jam session extraordinaire captured historic "battles" between Dexter Gordon and Wardell Gray, as well as superior work from trumpeter Howard McGhee, tenorist Bill Moore, and ... (Read More)