William Parker - Luc's Lantern (2005)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 46:32 | Size: 105.68 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1 Adena 5:12
2 Song For Tyler 4:18
3 Mourning Sunset 7:09
4 Evening Star Song 3:33
5 Luc's Lantern 6:33
6 Jaki 4:17
7 Bud In Alphaville 3:35
8 Charcoal Flower 5:13
9 Phoenix 5:28
10 Candlesticks On The Lake 1:20

William Parker bass
Eri Yamamoto piano
Michael Thompson drums

2005 Thirsty Ear 57158

The Crusty Suitcase Band - Harlem To Hanoi (2010)

Genre: Jazz / Contemporary Jazz | Total Time: 43:13 | Size: 100.24 MB | MP3 320 kbps

1. Black Elixer
2. Harlem To Hanoi
3. Middle Man
4. Origin
5. Welcome To The World
6. Don't Fence Me In
7. What Goes On The Road
8. Nothings Resolved
9. Tarlochan

The first full length release by the Crusty Suitcase Band,after Old Hat EP. An ancient combination for success this album makes use of a mixture of Horns,woodwinds and Drums.Featuring the compositions of Ben Walsh and incredible horn playing of Matt Ottignon.

Label: The Mountain studios & Groovelands
Released December 12, 2010.

Phil Woods - Ornithology (1994)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:13:42 | Size: 165.58 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1. How High the Moon - 11.14
2. Don't Blame Me - 7.68
3. Star Eyes - 7.06
4. Lover Man - 12.18
5. Steeplechase - 7.07
6. All the Things You Are - 10.52
7. Just Friends - 9.13
8. Night and Day - 8.14

Phil Woods, Franco D'andrea Trio.

Max Johnson - In The West (2014)

Genre: Jazz / Free Jazz | Total Time: 49:51 | Size: 109.39 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1 Ten Hands 9:26
2 Greenwood 7:40
3 Great Big Fat Person 11:25
4 Once Upon A Time In The West 21:16
Double Bass – Max Johnson
Drums – Mike Pride
Pedal Steel Guitar – Susan Alcorn
Piano – Kris Davis
Recorded April 27, 2014 at Acoustic Recording - Mixed at Greenwood Underground
Clean Feed ‎– CF439CD

Max Johnson may be the only musician to have worked with legendary improvisers Anthony Braxton, John Zorn, Muhal Richard Abrams & William Parker, bluegrass royalty Sam Bush & David Grisman, in addition to rock pioneers Adrian Belew, Vernon Reid & the Butthole Surfers. That eclecticism is at work on his new album, In the West, featuring piano trio, augmented by pedal steel guitar. The album features Kris Davis on piano, Susan Alcorn on pedal steel guitar, and Mike Pride on drums, in addition to Johnson’s bass playing and composing.
Kris Davis is one of the most breathtakingly original voices on the piano in the modern era, and her multiple projects as a leader, in addition to working with luminaries Eric Revis, Tony Malaby & Bill Frisell, display her masterful control of sound.

Susan Alcorn is one of the premiere innovators on pedal steel guitar, taking it’s roots in country and western, imbuing it with the lush harmonic beauty of Messiaen & Varese, and adding a frenetic wild free jazz energy, leading her to lend her amazing musical gifts to people like Mary Halvorson, Michael Formanek & Ellery Eskelin.

Mike Pride has led an broad musical life, doing everything from improvising with masters Joe Morris, Nate Wooley, and Peter Evans, to playing hardcore punk with the legendary band Millions of Dead Cops, but it is his unique vision and mastery of the drums that have made him one of the most powerful and moving drummers you’ll ever hear.

The combination of these four individuals is what makes “In the West” a compelling testament. Drawing on a wide world of sounds, this quartet shifts through audio landscapes, twisting through the open and remarkable compositions of Johnson, finding themselves finally at a patient and powerful medley from Ennio Morricone’s soundtrack to “Once Upon a Time in the West”. The journey the listener embarks on is lush and beautiful, wild and thorny, strange and uncharted, but always a treat to the ear, and moving to the soul.

Konstantin Klashtorni - Smoothing (2009)

Genre: Jazz / Smooth Jazz | Total Time: 52:29 | Size: 121.11 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Stylish Walk (4:43)
02. Smoothing (5:11)
03. Autumn's Edge (4:34)
04. Walking Away (4:20)
05. Chica Timida (4:36)
06. Spinning Along (5:05)
07. Silky Way (4:58)
08. Words of Love (4:57)
09. Fresh Feeling (3:47)
10. Drive Me Home (4:49)
11. Let's Chill (5:29)

John Scofield - A Go Go (1998)

Genre: Jazz, Fusion / Jazz-Funk | Total Time: 51:32 | Size: 130.49 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1. A Go Go
2. Chank
3. Boozer
4. Southern Pacific
5. Jeep on 35
6. Kubrick
7. Green Tea
8. Hottentot
9. Chicken Dog
10. Deadzy

Guitar [Electric, Acoustic], Whistle, Composed By – John Scofield
Organ, Organ [Wurlitzer], Clavinet, Piano – John Medeski
Bass [Acoustic, Electric] – Chris Wood
Drums, Tambourine – Billy Martin

Recorded at Avatar Studio, New York
Verve Records

Inga Rumpf & NDR Big Band - It's A Man's World (1994)

Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul, Blues | Total Time: 54:24 | Size: 121.11 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Way To Heaven 4:19
02. Unchain My Heart 3:36
03. Still Got The Blues 4:30
04. The Good Things 4:29
05. It's A Man's World 5:18
06. Friends 5:01
07. Hot Summer Night 2:51
08. It's Like Driving 3:09
09. How Do You Stop 4:29
10. Toothbrush 3:53
11. Like A Ship 4:13
12. The Blues Don't Get Tired Of Me 3:49
13. Jumping Jack Flash 4:50
Label – NDR
Recorded in 1988-1993

L.Axelsson, M.Moch, J.Faber, W.Gutterer, H.Habermann - trumpet
J.Gallardo, W.Albers, E.Christmann, M.Grossmann, L.Schmid - trombone
H.Geller, E.Wurster - sax alto
R.Schwaller, C.Lauer, G.Coburger, H.Ende - sax tenor
W.Rönfelder, H.Johnson - sax baritone
W.Schlüter - percussion, vibraphone
N.Gessinger, J.Taylor - piano
S.Diez, M.Pogoda - guitar
L.Lindholm - bass
W.Haffner, W.Schmidt, L.Gruvstedt, J.Marshall - drums
Inga Rumpf - vocals

George Kontrafouris Trio - The Storyteller (2007)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 51:38 | Size: 117.60 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1. The Storyteller
2. Anna in waiting
3. Oj djevojko dje si ruze brala
4. First Flight
5. The ship of the forest
6. Undercover
7. Yiannis B
8. The Last ride
9. Early Days

George Kontrafouris (piano) - Kostas Konstantinou (bass) - Alvester Garnett (drums)
LydiaFilipovie: Voice on track 3
Sam Newsome: Soprano saxophone on track 3
The I.Q. string quartet: on tracks 1,4 & 8
Lesya Ponomareva: violin
Juletta Avetian: violin
Larissa Vylegjanina: viola
Susan Norton: cello

David Hazeltine - The Classic Trio (1996)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:07:33 | Size: 152.26 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. You Make Me Feel So Young
02. Fruit
03. Sweet And Lovely See All 4
04. Concentration
05. Catherine's Fantasy
06. One for Peter
07. You've Changed
08. My Stuff's On The Street Blues
09. These Foolish Things
10. Midnight Waltz

Recording information: Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, NJ (08/22/1996).

Personnel: David Hazeltine (piano);Peter Washington (bass);Louis Hayes (drums).

Chris Speed Trio - Platinum On Tap (2016)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 45:11 | Size: 101.53 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1. Red Hook Nights 4:17
2. Arrival High 6:51
3. Buffalo 15 4:31
4. Crossface Cradle 5:28
5. Pretty Much 4:26
6. Crooked Teeth 3:52
7. Platinum on Tap 3:50
8. Stardust 5:31
9. Torking 3:44
10. Spirits 2:41

Chris Speed: Tenor Sax
Chris Tordini: Acoustic Bass
Dave King: Drums

Recorded live at Brooklyn Recording on March 3, 2016.

This new album by Chris Speed‘s excellent trio with drummer Dave King and bassist Chris Tordini is in many ways Speed’s most fully developed and personal work to date. Since arriving in New York in the early 1990s, he has become one of the most vital improvising musicians on the scene through work that has always ranged widely, moving from a jazz base out through various forms of folk, classical and rock music.
With the formation of this trio Speed has reversed course: moving from these outer explorations back into something that is unquestionably jazz. What is most striking about this record is that the early jazz influences are now fully center stage. Instead of being one of a number of competing musical influences, some kind of feeling of the aesthetic of Lester Young is now at the center of everything. At a time when many jazz players are continuing to look further and further outside the tradition, this is a group returning from other explorations to work deep within the jazz tradition, bringing everything else they’ve learned back in …

The resulting music is joyful and generous and Speed has an uncanny knack for coming up with tunes that can create a whole worlds behind an often catchy melodic surface. (Anthony Burr, from the liner notes) — Intakt

Andy Bey - American Song (2003)

Genre: Jazz / Vocal Jazz | Total Time: 1:00:51 | Size: 138.13 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1. Never Let Me Go
2. Prelude To A Kiss
3. Speak Low
4. Angel Eyes
5. Midnight Sun
6. Caravan
7. Lush Life
8. Satin Doll
9. Paper Moon
10. Lonely Town
Label - Savoy Jazz

Andy Bey - Vocals, Piano
Geri Allen - Piano (5, 7)
Paul Meyers - Guitar
Vernell Garnett - Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Steve Davis - Trombone, Bass Trombone
Frank Wess - Flute, Tenor Saxophone
Dwight Andrews - Bass Clarinet, Clarinet, Flute, Flute, Soprano Saxophone
Kiyoshi Kitagawa - Bass
Mark McLean - Drums
Mino Cinelu - Percussion
Geri Allen - Arranged By (Horns)

Yasuko Agawa - Meu Romance (2008)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 50:18 | Size: 114.85 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1. A Felicidade
2. So Nice
3. The Boy From Ipanema
4. Meu Romance
5. How Insensitive
6. Little Boat
7. Só Danço Samba
8. Carnival
9. Meditation
10. Chega de Saudade
11. Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars
12. Epilogue

Yasuko Agawa, born October 16th, 1951 in Kamakura, Japan) is a Japanese jazz singer and actress. Yasuko began singing in Jazz clubs in 1973 and by 1978 had signed a deal with Victor Entertainment. Yasuko released her fist album, "Love-Bird," in 1978. Yasuko has remained active since the late '70s and has released 35 albums to date along with several concert DVDs and photobooks.

Triple Treat - With Just My Dreams But Not Alone (2016)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:13:35 | Size: 166.31 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Two Different Worlds (Fred Rose/Al Frisch) 5:50
02. My Inspiration (Bob Haggart) 9:12
03. F.S.R (Ray Brown) 5:07
04. Up There (Ray Brown) 5:05
05. Venice (John Lewis) 6:26
06. These Are Soulful Days (Cal Massey) 9:14
07. One For The Woofer (Billy Taylor) 6:19
08. Alone With just my dreams (George Duvivier) 8:21
09. Watch What Happens (Michel Legrand) 5:33
10. Ray's Idea (Ray Brown) 5:31
11. Things ain't what they used to be (Mercer Ellington) 6:05

All Arrangements by Triple Treat

Recorded and Mixed at Espai Sonor Montoliu by David Casamitjana, November 5th and 6th 2016
Triple Treat is intended to recover the compositions of bassists who have written the history of jazz (Ray Brown, Oscar Pettiford, Sam Jones …) among the tunes that tend to be part of the jazz repertoire, in a frame sound and rhythm inspired by the Oscar Peterson trio without battery (Herb Ellis, Ray Brown); Ahmad Jamal (Crawford Ray, Israel Crosby), Monty Alexander (Ray Brown, Russell Malone) and even the simplicity of the sound of Nat King Cole trio.

For this adventure we have the finest guitarist Dave Mitchell; expressive piano Bernat Font and forceful bass Queralt Camps. Triple Treat is now presenting his first album “With just my dreams but not alone” (Temps Record 2017).

Bernat Font (Barcelona, 1989) is a renowned pianist of the new generation of musicians in Catalonia. Coming from blues, he arrived to jazz through ragtime and stride piano, and he maintains a strong link with tradition. His first trio album won the award “Best proposed new jazz” Enderrock Awards 2012. In his artistic personality, several critics have highlighted the ability to inject a new reading in the old styles of jazz renewing them; the combination of lyricism, acceleration and precision; and his talent as a composer.

Queralt Camps (Barcelona, 1980) comes to bass in 1996. It is located in the traditional jazz and swing, with clear influences from Ray Brown, Jimmy Blanton and Christian Mcbride.
She has recorded 10 CDs with different bands, and performed at jazz cycles and national and international jazz festivals since 1999.
She had the opportunity to accompany Gene Connors, Charmin Michelle and Carrie Smith, Txavolo Smith, Sebastian Ginaux has collaborated with musicians and groups such as Barcelona Jazz Orchestra, Ignasi Terraza Trio, Jay Wallis, Juli Aymí Piero Cozzi, Andre Kitaev, Toni Sola ,, Ricard Gili, Gemma Abrié, among others; and is currently the bassist on the next bands: Triple Treat, Shakin All, Bumpy Roof Band, Barcelona Swing Serenaders, Albert Bello trio, Atomic Swing Five,

David Mitchell (Kansas city,1958) is a jazz guitarist resident in Barcelona.he’s playing has influencesfrom the great guitarists in the jazz tradition, such as Wes Montgomery, Kenny Burrell, Grant Green, Django Reinhardt, Charlie Christian, Tal Farlow. He built a style with a strong connection to the blues and bebop language.
Appears in 15 CDs under his own name and several accompanying instrumentalists and singers.
He had the opportunity to play with musicians like Frank Wess, Slide Hampton, Peter Bernstein, Scott Hamilton, Dena DeRose, Terell Stafford, Lou Donaldson, Lonnie Smith, Bobby Shew and Jack McDuff.
He has performed at jazz festivals and clubs worldwide and makes career as a professional musician since 1976

Omri Ziegele Where’s Africa - Going South (2016)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 49:44 | Size: 109.79 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1. Afreaka (Yves Theiler) 6:47
2. Make Me Mad (Omri Ziegele) 3:31
3. Laughing Your Tears Away (Omri Ziegele) 3:48
4. Will You Marry Me After So Many Years (Omri Ziegele) 2:14
5. Space (Yves Theiler Lyrics by Theiler/Ziegele) 5:38
6. Yesterday’s Tomorrows (Omri Ziegele) 5:35
7. The Milkman Always Paid My Rent (Omri Ziegele) 4:28
8. Camel, Where’s My Land (Omri Ziegele: music and lyrics) 13:36
9. Ithi Gqi (Johnny Dyani) 3:45
Total time 49:51

Recorded September 22, 23, 2016, at Hardstudios Winterthur by Andreas Neresheimer.

Intakt CD 284 / 2017

Omri Ziegele: Alto Saxophone, Uzbek Flute, Vocals
Yves Theiler: Keyboards, Reed Organ, Melodica, Vocals
Dario Sisera: Percussion, Drums

Konstantin Klashtorni - Kool & Klean: Volume I (2010)

Genre: Jazz / Smooth Jazz | Total Time: 1:00:26 | Size: 138.38 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. My World (5:25)
02. Vanilla Twilight (5:52)
03. Southern Voice (5:40)
04. The Fall (4:38)
05. Sunrise (5:11)
06. Learn To Live (3:30)
07. Defying Gravity (5:42)
08. Fireflies (5:23)
09. I Look To You (4:51)
10. Ocean Eyes (4:14)
11. The Sea (6:12)
12. Still (3:48)

Gianluigi Trovesi All'Opera - Profumo Di Violetta (2008)

Genre: Jazz, Classical | Total Time: 1:01:15 | Size: 141.38 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Alba
02. Toccata (From L['Orfeo - Monteverdi)
03. Musa
04. Euridice
05. Ninfe Avernali
06. Ritornello (From L'Orfeo - Monteverdi)
07. Frammenti Orfici
08. Intrecciar Ciaccone (Based On Ciaccona - Cazzati)
09. 'Pur Ti Miro' (From L'Incoronazione Di Poppea - Monteverdi)
10. 'Stizzoso, Mio Stizzoso' (From La Serva Padrona - Pergolesi)
11. Vespone
12. Profumo Di Violetta Part I
13. 'Ah, Fors'E Lui Che l'anima' (From La Traviata - Verdi)
14. Profumo Di Violetta Part II
15. Violetta E Le Altre (Marco Remondini)
16. 'È Piquillo, Un Bel Gagliardo' (From La Traviata - Verdi)
17. Salterellando
18. Antico Saltarello (Anonymous)
19. Salterello Amoroso
20. 'Largo Al Factotum' (From Il Barbiere Di Siviglia - Rossini)
21. Aspettando Compar Alfio (Rodolfo Matulich/Gianluigi Trovesi)
22. 'Il Cavallo Scalpita' (From Cavalleria Rusticana - Mascagni)
23. Così, Tosca (Natale Arnoldi, Based On Tosca - Puccini

Italy’s great musical archaeologist and one of the outstanding improvisers of his country, Gianluigi Trovesi with “Profumo di Violetta” indulges in his love for the emotional drama and musical beauty of Italian opera. (The title simultaneously alludes to the protagonist of Verdi’s famous opera “La traviata” and to the flower’s sweet perfume.) Accompanied by the characteristic North-Italian provincial “banda”, a large wind orchestra with percussion as we find it in the on-stage-music of most Verdi operas, Trovesi takes us on a humorous journey through the history of the genre. It starts with Monteverdi’s “Orfeo”, includes many highlights from “La traviata” before briefly visiting Mascagni and Puccini. The popular and the sublime, irony and unrestrained pathos meet with an improvisational spirit that conveys the pure joy of music making. One of the most unorthodox albums in this year’s release schedule, Trovesi’s opera project is likely to win many enthusiastic listeners among opera lovers and open-minded jazz enthusiasts.


Ed Peterson & The Studio "A" Big Band - Chops Don't Fail Me Now! (1997)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:03:08 | Size: 144.03 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1. One for Woody 5:24
2. Duke It Out 6:13
3. Blue Bones 3:31
4. Blues for Mr. Mellow 4:58
5. Sax o-Rama 6:06
6. Speed Trap 4:05
7. Good Grief & Gravy 3:35
8. Exit 135 North 5:23
9. The Gospel According to Miles 3:53
10. Rompin' Stompin' 4:43
11. Knight's Court 4:17
12. No Scuffle Shuffle 6:26
13. Chops Don't Fail Me Now 4:39
Label - Walking Frog Records

Performed By: The Studio "A" Big Band, Ed Petersen, Director
Dominic Spera is one of the most memorable jazz writers of all time. His hits include "Good Grief & Gravy", "The Gospel According To Miles", "No Scuffle Shuffle" and many more. Now you can own all of his best works on one great collection "Chops Don't Fail Me Now!: The Jazz Arrangements Of Dominc Spera". This is one of the biggest and best collections of Spera's music that you will find anywhere so make sure to add it to your collection right away.

Donald Brown - Cartunes (1993)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 57:38 | Size: 131.60 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Car Tunes 3:45
02. Theme for My Father 7:16
03. Jay McShann (Solo) 4:20
04. Blues for Brother Jerome 7:36
05. Mr. Felgeyrolles 6:43
06. I Didn't Know What Time It Was 6:48
07. Being With You 5:02
08. There Is a Rose in Spanish Harlem 8:08
09. The Blues Is My Best Friend 5:51
10. Car Tunes [The End] 1:51

Donald Brown - piano, vocals
Bill Mobley - trumpet, flugelhorn
Don Braden - tenor sax, flute
Steve Wilson - alto & soprano sax
Steve Nelson - vibraphone
Essiet Essiet - bass
Carl Allen - drums, tambourine
Rudy Bird - percussion
Harold Mabern - vocals

Recorded at Van Gelder Recording Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, on September 2, 1993
There is a sense of anticipation that accompanies a new release by Donald Brown unlike that surrounding the work of any other contemporary musician. - Bob Blumenthal in Liner Notes

Diana Panton - I Believe In Little Things (2014)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 54:40 | Size: 113.62 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01 In A World Of My Own 3:58
02 Alice In Wonderland 5:38
03 Pure Imagination 4:16
04 Imagination 3:32
05 Sing 4:42
06 I'm Coming To Go Back There someday 3:20
07 The Rainbow Connection 3:19
08 Little Things 2:48
09 When You Wish Upon A Star 5:49
10 Halfway Down The Stairs 2:12
11 Everybody Sleeps 3:38
12 Sleep Is Precious Thing 4:54
13 Hushabye Mountain 4:14
14 Slumber My Darling 2:27

Vocals – Diana Panton
Guitar – Reg Schwager
Cello – Coenraad Bloemendal
Bass, Piano, Vibraphone – Don Thompson (2)

Recorded August, 2014 Inception Sound Studios, Toront

eOne Music Canada ‎– DIA-CD-5879

Chuck Loeb - The Moon, The Stars & The Setting Sun (1998)

Genre: Jazz / Smooth Jazz | Total Time: 1:00:55 | Size: 140.41 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Just Us (Chuck Loeb) (5:26)
02. Beneath The Light (Chuck Loeb) (6:04)
03. ...Of The Moon… (Chuck Loeb) (5:30)
04. Hand In Hand (Chuck Loeb) (5:30)
05. Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight (James Taylor) (5:33)
06. ...The Stars… (Chuck Loeb, Will Lee) (6:25)
07. Above Us (Chuck Loeb) (6:02)
08. Shine On (Andy Snitzer, Chuck Loeb) (5:37)
09. While We Speak (Chuck Loeb) (5:51)
10. …Of Love And The Setting Sun (Chuck Loeb) (4:22)
11. Water Runs Dry (Babyface) (4:55)

Chuck Loeb - Guitar, Keyboards, Drum Programming (#1,2,3);
Mitchel Forman (#1), Bob James (#7), Jon Werking (#10) - Piano;
Jon Werking - Electric Piano (#5);
Clifford Carter - Organ (#5);
Lawrence Feldman - Tenor Saxophone, Alto Flute (#2,9);
Nelson Rangell - Tenor Saxophone (#5);
Andy Snitzer - Alto Saxophone (#4), Soprano Saxophone (#8), Tenor Saxophone (#9);
Larry Lunetta - Trumpet, Flugelhorn (#2,3,9);
Tony Kadleck - Flugelhorn (#1);
Peter Gordon - French Horn (#9);
Jim Pugh - Trombone [Tenor & Bass] (#2,9);
John Patitucci - Acoustic Bass (#1);
Mel Brown (#2,7), Tim Lefebvre (#4,5), Will Lee (#6,8,9,11), Christian Diener (#10) - Bass;
David Samuels - Marimba (#1,6);
David Charles - Percussion (#1,5-8,10);
Lionel Cordew (#4,5), Wolfgang Haffner (#7-10) - Drums.
Carmen Cuesta (#1,4,6), Rob Mathes (#4) Peter Valentine (#8) - Vocals;

Charlie Haden & Gonzalo Rubalcaba - Land Of The Sun (2003)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:03:09 | Size: 142.20 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1.Fuiste Tu (It Was You)
2.Sueno Solo Con Tu Amor (I Only Dream Of You Love)
3.Cancion De Cuna A Patricia (Lullaby For Patricia)
4.Solamente Una Vez (You Belong To My Heart)
6.De Siempre (Forever)
7.Anoranza (Longing)
8.Cuando Te Podre Olvidar (When Will I Forget You)
9.Esta Tarde Vi Llover (Yesterday I Heard The Rain)
10.Cancion A Paola (Paola,s Song)

Alto Saxophone – Miguel Zenon
Bass, Producer – Charlie Haden
Bongos – Juan De La Cruz (Chocolate)
Drums, Percussion – Ignacio Berroa
Flute – Oriente Lopez
Guitar – Larry Koonse, Lionel Loueke
Piano, Percussion, Producer, Arranged By – Gonzalo Rubalcaba
Tenor Saxophone – Joe Lovano (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 8, 10)
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Michael Rodriguez

Recorded December 19-22, 2003 at Avatar Studios, NYC

Валерий Сюткин & Light Jazz - Москвич (2015)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 38:25 | Size: 88.19 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1.Добрый вечер — Валерий Сюткин & Light Jazz 2:38
2.Почему, отчего? — Валерий Сюткин & Light Jazz 2:19
3.Я шагаю по Москве — Валерий Сюткин & Light Jazz 2:22
4.Три года ты мне снилась — Валерий Сюткин & Light Jazz 3:52
5.Воскресенье — Валерий Сюткин & Light Jazz 2:27
6.Песенка моего друга — Оскар Борисович Фельцман, Валерий Сюткин & Light Jazz 3:29
7.Ребята семидесятой широты — Валерий Сюткин & Light Jazz 2:18
8.Август — Валерий Сюткин & Light Jazz 3:48
9.А снег идёт — Валерий Сюткин & Light Jazz 1:58
10.Московские окна — Валерий Сюткин & Light Jazz 3:21
11.Уличные фонари — Валерий Сюткин & Light Jazz 3:14
12.Подмосковные вечера — Валерий Сюткин & Light Jazz 3:12
13.Дорогие мои москвичи — Валерий Сюткин & Light Jazz 3:27

Matt Lavelle - Matt Lavelle Quartet (2016)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:01:07 | Size: 129.02 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1.Matt's Mode 07:29
2.Tamir Rice 09:56
3.Matt Bop 09:37
4.No More Shootings 13:27
5.Fear Has Got To Go 08:29
6.For Taps 12:09
MATT LAVELLE - trumpet, flugelhorn, alto and bass clarinets
HILLIARD GREENE - double-bass

Recorded September 14, 2016 by Jim DeSalvo at Trading 8s Studio, Paramus, NJ
Released January 18, 2017
Esoteric Egyptologists remind us that hieroglyphics are not simply a primitive form of writing, but rather contain an entirely higher form of resonant meaning. Schwaller de Lubicz said, "Each heiroglyphic can have an arrested, conventional meaning for common usage, but it includes all the ideas that can be connected to it as well as the possibility of personal comprehension." This I think, is the essence of Matt Lavelle's music. Fear Has Got to Go is a case in point.

On hearing Lavelle's music for the first time the listener is enveloped in a sense of a deep story told, even before any intellectual grasp of where the music is going. This reminds us that T.S. Elliot said that true poetry can communicate before it is understood. That is not to say Lavelle's melodies are in anyway arcane. They are deeply rooted the trajectory of the blues from Ellington, through Ornette to the legendary musicians with whom Lavelle has apprenticed.

Let it be said loud and clear, this recording with Matt's quartet is a jazz record. Having recruited Dr. Lewis Porter on piano, Hilliard Greene on bass and Tom Cabrera on drums, clearly Lavelle wanted to make music that swings with a vengeance. And it does. The track Matt Bop is astonishing in its raw swing that emits spirals of associated past and future shapes from the jazz continuum.

As welcoming and universal this music from the Matt Lavelle Quartet is, it is at the level of the personal that it hits home with the tracks For Taps, Matt's Mode, No More Shootings and Tamir Rice.

Konstantin Klashtorni - Smooth Jazz I (2011)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 47:00 | Size: 108.38 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Let's Get It On (4:25)
02. All Over Me (4:24)
03. Day In Day Out (4:37)
04. You Go To My Head (4:11)
05. I'll Be There (3:58)
06. Here We Go (4:35)
07. Forward (4:17)
08. Gonna Be All Right (4:21)
09. At Last (4:13)
10. The Moment (3:59)
11. Just Feels Right (4:04)

Elliott Sharp With Mary Halvorson & Marc Ribot - Err Guitar (2017)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:05:50 | Size: 148.71 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1.Blindspot 07:22
2.The Ship I Am On 02:46
3.Wobbly 07:14
4.Shredding Light 06:59
5.Sinistre 03:47
6.I’m Gonna Party Like It’s 1988 02:40
7.Sequola Pt. 1 04:22
8.Sequola Pt. 2 02:59
9.Oronym 09:07
10.Sea Buzz 05:03
11.Nektone 03:02
12.Kernel Panic 10:12
Elliott Sharp: Guitar
Mary Halvorson: Guitar
Marc Ribot: Guitar
Elliott Sharp doesn’t inspire persistence in fence-sitters. His guitar antics and antagonisms are cataloged at length thanks mainly to an emphasis on output largely unperturbed by market saturation. He’s also admirably open-minded toward collaboration, willing to team his strings with receptive partners of virtually any artistic stripe as long as improvisation is agreed upon as a shared idiomatic priority. All the activity has also led to a sometimes vocal contingent of detractors, but Sharp hardly seems to care, carrying on at his prolific pace without missing a step or a gig. Credence to stock placed in him by the other side of the divide, Err Guitar teams him with two other iconoclastic string benders who continue to stay enviably active while weathering the blowback from hype machines beyond their own creation.

Marc Ribot’s been a professional guitar provocateur for going on four decades (his Jewish agitprop album Yo! I Killed Your God still has the ability to arch uninitiated eyebrows). Mary Halvorson is younger in years, but a friendly rival in terms of prolific activity and the diversity of the projects with which she aligns. Summoned at separate times to a Manhattan studio in the summer of last year, they join Sharp in bringing a loose folio of pieces to life together in duo pairings, solos and several after-the-fact trios. Neither Ribot nor Halvorson are FX-averse, although their own work tends to use amplified ornamentations sparingly rather than avenues to excess. “Blindspot” fires the first ensemble salvo with a three-way tangle of brittle, recalcitrant and resonant strings, by turns garbled and luminous riffs spilling out in Doppler-tapered arcs. Who’s doing exactly what quickly becomes secondary to servicing the slideshow of transitory, transistorized manipulations.

Halvorson’s “The Ship I Am On” and Ribot’s “I’m Gonna Party Like It’s 1988” are the only pieces credited to a single composer other than the two Sharp tracks that close the set. All, but the finale “Kernel Panic”, which works off a graphic score for temporally-displaced trio, appear to be solo, but given the original parameters of the project it’s sometimes difficult to tell. What becomes abundantly apparent when contrasting each are the strong personalities of each of the musicians. Ribot attacks his strings with minimal amplification, sounding almost acoustic in his caustic, sharply angled picking. Halvorson goes with a bit more juice and adds loops to create an ouroboros-like rondo of riffs. Sharp’s “Nektone” revels in acid-dipped string treatments, tonality bending and morphing with a constancy that almost seems like overkill by comparison to the restraints exercised by his colleagues.

Duos make up the bulk of the disc though, and there’s some fine interplay along these lines. “Wobbly” contains jagged acoustic jousting between Sharp and Ribot, each player eking out ghostly string harmonics amidst hardscrabble plucking and scraping. The two-part pitch-bending “Sequoia” felled in concert with Halvorson offers a spare, vertical forest of staggered drones and pointed picking given heft and girth by the natural acoustics of the studio space. Intimations of the late Derek Bailey are rife in the at times frenetic back and forth of ricocheting strums and fractured arpeggios. “Sea Buzz” trades in aqueous variations of the same with each player adding a gloss of electricity to the squiggling, rippling thicket of bent and twisted tones. Sharp was definitely on to something in his choice of partners, preferring as always to explode the aforementioned fence rather than dutifully paint it.

Cindy Blackman ‎- The Oracle (1995)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 54:21 | Size: 124.09 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1. The Oracle 9:31
2. Crazy He Calls Me 7:35
3. A.J. 5:28
4. Beatrice 6:32
5. Who Needs Forever? 5:28
6. Traffic 6:45
7. Why 5:21
8. Our Blues 7:25

Cindy Blackman - drums
Gary Bartz - alto & soprano sax
Kenny Barron - piano
Ron Carter - bass

Englewood Cliffs, NJ, January 23, 1995
Cindy Blackman's one of those players who always surprises us with her music – coming across with a lot more to offer than just her unique role as a girl drummer in jazz – sounds so bold, we instantly forget her gender and pretty image on the cover, and always just let ourselves get swept away by the power of her music! This set is possibly one of Blackman's best from the Muse Records years – thanks to a top-shelf quartet that includes Gary Bartz on alto and soprano sax, Kenny Barron on piano, and Ron Carter on bass – a great trio even on their own, but given a nice sense of focus through Blackman's drums. As usual, Blackman penned some great originals for the date – and the setting is an especially nice one for Bartz, who's really given a lot of space for great solo work on the set. Titles include "The Oracle", "AJ", "Beatrice", "Traffic", "Why", "Our Blues", and "Who Needs Forever". - review from Dusty Groove America


The Sound Of Siam - The Land Of Smiles (2017)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 54:23 | Size: 125.17 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. The Land of Smiles
02. พระนคร
03. เพลงแห่งความคิดถึง
04. Toyota Tsusho Thailand
05. Promthep Sunset
06. ขวัญของเรียม
07. Double Vision (Thai & Uae)
08. Samila
09. Mr. Krabi
10. Yellow Sakura (The Friendship of Thai & Japan)

When the exotic colors of Thai culture blend with melodic imagination of Thai music, The Sound of Siam was born. Lead by Thailand’s premier musicians featuring saxophonist/vocalist Koh Mr. Saxman, Soh of the famous ETC band on piano, and Duck Suttiphong on drums and joined by top Thai folk musicians, The Sound of Siam depicts charming stories of gentle yet exciting Thailand and her people through original compositions that will take the audience to a land of musical creativity where jazz and and Thai culture interact in brilliant spirits.

The Coast Guard Auxillary Big Band Express - Boating Alive - Stay Afloat (2017)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:01:32 | Size: 128.77 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01.Rock This Town 4:21
02.Can't Buy Me Love3:14
03.Earth, Wind and Fire Medley 7:37
04.Eleanor Rigby 6:41
05.Abba Medley 5:12
06.Hard Day's Night 5:07
07.Day Tripper 4:14
08.Beach Boys Medley 6:50
09.Blackbird 3:25
10.Beatles Medley 5:17
11.Bee Gees Medley 4:10
12.Rolling Stones Medley 5:24

Diesel Strong Music

Misha Mullov-Abbado - Cross-Platform Interchange (2017)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 56:23 | Size: 127.20 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Shanti Bell (3:47)
02. No Strictly Dancing (6:32)
03. Waves (11:07)
04. Gromit's Grand Outing (5:16)
05. Still, Hidden Morning (7:20)
06. Pure 100% Nunnery (7:05)
07. Cross-Platform Interchange (7:49)
08. Hair Of The Bop (7:31)

Personnel: Misha Mullov-Abbado: double bass; James Davison: trumpet; Matthew Herd: alto saxophone; Sam Rapley: tenor saxophone; Liam Dunachie: piano; Scott Chapman: drums; Elad Neeman: percussion. Plus: Nick Goodwin: acoustic guitar (2 and 8); Rob Luft: electric guitar (3,5 and 7); Matthew Barley: cello (3); Yusuf Narcin: bass trombone (7).
As the son of the Italian classical conductor Claudio Abbado and Russian violinist Viktoria Mullova, music was inevitably in British bassist Misha Mullov-Abbado's blood. After graduating in music and composition from Gonville & Caius College, University of Cambridge he won a scholarship to study double bass at the Royal Academy of Music on its Masters jazz course tutored by virtuosos Jasper Høiby and Michael Janisch amongst others. Cross-Platform Interchange is the follow-up to Mullov- Abbado's 2015 debut album New Ansonia, also on Edition Records.

In this chocolate box selection with thankfully no hard centres, Mullov-Abbado's opening salvo is "Shanti Bell," a blues- inflected double bass outing backed by subtle and unobtrusive percussion. This is followed by "No Strictly Dancing," the main theme of which already seems familiar. Sharing a passing resemblance to "Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ye" aka "When Johnny Comes Marching Home," its vitality and complexity develop in ensemble passages providing ample opportunity for strident trumpet soloing from James Davison.

Following on from the pastoral "Waves" comes the semi-pastiche of "Gromit's Grand Outing." Semi, because there are some seriously deft arrangements amongst the historical/hysterical references. In direct contrast, "Still, Hidden Morning" is an ambient acid jazz outing that imbues positively mesmeric qualities.

The smoky "Pure 100% Nunnery" again delves back into jazz's rich past courtesy of an augmented New Orleans style blues which gradually descends into mayhem before resolving once more into the catchy vamp and a corny ending. The soulful title track which benefits from luxuriant ensemble brass is followed by a lively, Latin-tinged "Hair Of The Bop," opening with a brisk double bass solo from Mullov-Abbado and ensued by a memorable ensemble melody.

Cross-Platform Interchange is a remarkably mature and accessible album, possessing both originality and variety. There's a touch of Mingusian similitude in many of the arrangements and compositions, which actually adds to their overall appeal. To follow in the footsteps of an innovative and legendary bass-playing bandleader and composer is obviously no bad thing but Mullov-Abbado already possesses his own unique musical vocabulary. Expect more surprises and delights from Mullov-Abbado in albums to come.

The Spitfire Band - 'S Wonderful (1998)

Genre: Jazz / Swing / Big Band | Total Time: 39:11 | Size: 91.35 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Strike Up The Band (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) (2:50)
02. At Last (Mack Gordon, Harry Warren) (2:25)
03. Put On A Happy Face (Lee Adams, Charles Strouse) (3:21)
04. They Can't Take That Away From Me (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) (4:14)
05. Mrs Robinson (Paul Simon) (2:43)
06. Laura (Johnny Mercer, David Raksin) (4:12)
07. But Not For Me (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) (2:49)
08. 's Wonderful (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) (3:03)
09. I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart (Duke Ellington, Irving Mills, Henry Nemo, John Redmond) (4:51)
10. The Tender Trap (Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen) (2:51)
11. There I've Said It Again (Dave Mann) (3:02)
12. Don't Be That Way (Benny Goodman, Mitchell Parish, Edgar Sampson) (3:06)
13. Reprise: Radio And Fan Salute (Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson) (0:40)

Jackie Rae - vocals;
Jack Zaza, Bob DeAngelis, Bill Ruttle, Dave Caldwell - saxophone;
Arnie Chycoski, Dave Woods, Micky Erbe, John MacLeod, Mike Malone - trumpet;
Bob Hamper, Bob Livingston, Dave McMurdo, Laurie Bower - trombone;
Gary Gross - piano;
John Sumner - drums.

Label: Alanna Records – ACD 5572 (US)

Давид Голощекин и Струны Санкт-Петербурга - Сиреневый час (2015)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:01:22 | Size: 146.35 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1. Сиреневый час
2. Полночь в Летнем саду
3. Незабываемые моменты
4. Тень твоей улыбки
5. Вальс принцессы на горошине
6. В сентиментальном настроении
7. Взгляд пантеры
8. Наваждение
9. Lament
10. На солнечной стороне Невского
11. Летний сад
David Goloshchekin - vibraphone, violin, Flugelhorn, tenor saxophone
Nikolai Sizov - pianoforte
Vadim Mikhailov - double bass
Michael Edelstein - guitar
Stanislav Streltsov - percussions
Ella Trafova, Julia Kasyan - vocals
"Strings of St. Petersburg" - concertmaster Sofia Petrova

Recorded in the studio of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Society of Jazz Music, 2015.

King Curtis - King Of The Sax (2004)

Genre: Jazz / Blues / R&B | Total Time: 50:14 | Size: 111.38 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Soul Twist 2:47
02. Twisting Time 2:41
03. What'd I Say (Part 1) 2:27
04. What'd I Say (Part 2) 3:20
05. I Know (You Don't Love Me No More) 2:51
06. Sack O' Woe (Twist) 2:38
07. Camp Meetin' (Aka Harmonica Twist) 2:32
08. Wobble Twist 2:32
09. Irresistible You 2:52
10. Big Dipper (Aka Mr. Crow) 3:04
11. Twisting With The King 2:44
12. Midnight Blue 5:36
13. Hot Potato (Piping Hot) 3:54
14. The Monkey Shout 1:54
15. Get With It (By Bobby Davis & The Rhythm Rockers) 2:33
16. Air Raid (By Curley Hamner) 2:33
17. Soul Twist (Alternate Take) 3:16
King Curtis and his bubbling, stutter-style tenor sax playing brought a touch of jazz and a whole ton of R&B to countless rock & roll tracks in the early '60s, and his funky edge is one of the reasons records by the Coasters, for instance, continue to sound good 40 years later. This collection brings together a nice set of solo Curtis singles, kicking off with his first hit, "Soul Twist," and its B-side, "Twisting Time," which came out on Enjoy Records in 1962. Curtis was a more versatile musician than many people realize (he did sessions with artists as varied as Lonnie Donegan and Andy Williams, and shows it here by going sans sax, playing a solid electric guitar and handling the vocals on a two-part version of the Ray Charles classic "What'd I Say." Curtis shows himself right at home in Memphis soul territory, too, with the Booker T. & the MG's-styled "Hot Potato (Piping Hot)." The haunting and slightly ominous instrumental "Midnight Blue" is another highlight included here, although one wishes room could have been found for one of Curtis' best tunes, "Soul Serenade," which featured Curtis on saxello. That omission aside, King of the Sax makes for a fine introduction to this extraordinary musician.

Justin Vasquez ‎- Triptych (2009)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 53:12 | Size: 121.42 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1 Triptych
2 Nimbus
3 Invitation
4 Fields
5 One & Only
6 Red. Green. Blue
7 End Of The Day
8 Stella By Starlight
Personnel: Justin Vasquez: alto and soprano saxophones; Clarence Penn: drums; Orlando La Fleming: bass; Adam Rogers: guitar; Aaron Parks: piano; Gregoire Maret: harmonica; Gretchen Parlato: vocals; John Ellis: bass clarinet (4).
Young saxophonist Justin Vasquez acquits himself assertively on this 2009 debut, adapting the model of the tough Texas tenors to his own assiduous Austin alto. But that convenient alliterative to Vasquez's lone star origins belies his true lineage in the modern, slashing altoist mold carved out by the likes of David Binney,Greg Osby, Steve Coleman and Kenny Garrett.

Possessing all the firepower necessary to fuel an over-the-top debut, Vasquez upped the ante by exercising restraint, pulling together a band full of likewise ripping yet refined players. But it's the presence of guitarist Adam Rogers, in a compelling sideman appearance exceeding the consistently exceptional level that makes him New York's premier sessioneer, that lifts the game of all assembled.

The kickoff title provides ample evidence that the entire unit treated this as more than a session, displaying exceptionally tight ensemble work exceeding that of many bands. A cyclical, kinetic progression in seven is stated by Aaron Parks on piano, but a contrary, much prettier, melodic line undulates voluptuously over the jagged accompaniment. In another surprise, Vasquez wisely concedes the first statement of the melody to the remarkable instrument possessed by vocalist Gretchen Parlato. No wonder, as he reserves the right to complicate matters in a heavy unison passage phrased with Rogers in the bridge section. Picking up the solo section on a big exhale, Rogers doesn't take long to unfurl imposing lines like kite twine unraveling from the wind supplied by Parks' comping and drummer Clarence Penn's exhortations. Rogers' lines have a presence and precision that projects off the fretboard and out of the speakers, even over drums placed high in the mix, because of a right hand technique so efficient that air pops as though his pick possesses its own piezo-pickup.

Not one to back down, Vasquez uncorks his own winner, hanging on the long tones before unleashing a volley of his own, using more scalar than chromatic phrases over the vamp section. Bop is in his vocabulary as well, as emphasized on "Nimbus," a composition stemming from, but providing a twist on the modal tradition. Rogers activates the afterburners immediately in a stunning turn, demonstrating nothing less than the modern-day state of bop guitar. Vasquez's take is again less bop than line based, highlighting an advanced pentatonic vocabulary.

"Fields" is another captivating composition, moving through several related sections, increasing in emotive content throughout, utilizing different combinations of front-line horns, including Vasquez on soprano, John Ellis on bass clarinet and Gregoire Maret on harmonica. Parks' patient solo, growing melodically and organically out of the song, plays a critical part in the development of the composition. Finally, Rogers' crystalline steel strumming floats out Ellis' pleasingly low restatement of the melody, which seamlessly transforms into Vasquez' screaming soprano climax.

The conceptual thrust and modern sound of Vasquez, combined with a committed assembled cast, especially the invaluable contributions of Rogers, pushes this into the category of essential debuts.

Ignasi Terraza Trio - Jazz A Les Fosques, Vol. 1 (1999)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:06:00 | Size: 151.39 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Candy (Whitney-David-Karmer) 5:40
02. September Song (Anderson-Weill) 6:23
03. Lover For Sale (Porter) 5:55
04. I Remember Clifford (Golson) 7:12
05. Secret Love (Fain-Webster) 4:03
06. Can't We Be Friends? (Jones-Swift) 7:03
07. When I Fall In Love (Heyman-Young)7:25
08. Oour Love Is Here To Stay (Gershwin) 6:51
09. On Green Dolphin Street (Kaper) 2:51
10. Chega de Saudade (Jobin-De Moraes) 4:33
11. Just You, just Me (Greer) 7:51
Swit Records SWIT04

Ignasi Terraza (piano), Manuel Alvarez (bass), and Oriol Bordas (drums).

Recorded live by Lluis Quadrench & Xico Sarasúa at sala Cafè-Teatre del Teatreneu, Barcelona, Spain, October 29 & 31, 1999.
... The public, soon to be the audience, come in and take their seats and almost imperceptibly the light fades away. A rather strange sensation grips everyone and finally they find themselves shrouded in total darkness. Everything familiar vanishes: the clink of glasses, the buzz of conversation, people coming and going... a new unknown and unexplored world is being created. The music begins...

Harris Eisenstadt - Canada Day Octet (2012)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 46:31 | Size: 106.48 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1 The Ombudsman 1
2 The Ombudsman 2
3 The Ombudsman 3
4 The Ombudsman 4
5 Ballad For 10.6.7

482 Music ‎– 482-1080

Nate Wooley - trumpet
Ray Anderson - trombone
Dan Peck - tuba
Jason Mears - alto saxophone
Matt Bauder - tenor saxophone
Chris Dingman - vibraphone
Garth Stevenson - bass 
Harris Eisenstadt - drum, compositions

Hank Crawford & Jimmy McGriff - Road Tested (1997)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:00:51 | Size: 138.17 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Peanuts
02. I Only Have Eyes for You
03. Happy Feet
04. For Sentimental Reasons
05. Caravan
06. Road Tested
07. Hope That We Can Be Together Soon
08. Mr. P.C.
09. Summertime
10. Little Bit South of East St. Louis
Label - Milestone Records
Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on June 30 & July 1, 1997

Hank Crawford – Alto Saxophone
Jimmy McGriff – Hammond X-B3 organ
Wayne Boyd – Guitar
Bernard “Pretty” Purdie – Drums

Давид Голощёкин - Четверо (2000)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:05:03 | Size: 155.23 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Четверо (Four) (6:04)
02. Колыбельная "Осенних ритмов" (Lullaby of The "Autumn's Rhythm's") (7:32)
03. Моя одна и единственная любовь (My One and Only Love) (8:14)
04. Для чего я здесь? (What Am I Here For?) (9:09)
05. Блюз в чулане (Blues In The Closet) (6:06)
06. Меланхолия (Melancholia) (8:10)
07. Ночной блюз (Night Blues) (6:23)
08. Зингаро (Zingaro) (8:12)
09. Нежно, как на восходе солнца (Softly as in a Morning Sunrise) (5:14)
David Goloshchekin - vibraphone (1,6-8), violin (3,9), tenor saxophone (2), Hammond organ (4,5)
Victor Epaneshnikov - percussion
Hasan Bagirov - guitar
Denis Dudko - double bass

Recorded in the Philharmonic Society of Jazz Music, St. Petersburg, November 2000.

Давид Голощекин - Четверо 2 (2008)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:03:46 | Size: 150.61 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Makin' Whoopee (W.Donaldson)
02. My Romance (R.Rodgers)
03. Spring Blue (D.Goloshchekin)
04. Let's Fall in Love (H.Arlen)
05. Star Dust (H.Carmichael)
06. Cotton Tale (D.Ellington)
07. In a Sentimental Mood (D.Ellington)
08. Caravan (H.Tizol)
David Goloshchekin - vibraphone, violin, flugelhorn
Alexey Podymkin - grand piano
Sergey Vasiliev - double bass
Victor Epaneshnikov - percussion

The recording was made on December 3, 2008 at a concert at the Philharmonic of Jazz Music (St. Petersburg)

Cezariusz Gadzina - Mosty (2017)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 49:56 | Size: 112.89 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Hid
02. Tulay
03. Brugge
04. Daraja
05. Dildey
06. Jambatan
07. Zubia
08. Pod

Carl Orr - Deep Down (2006)

Genre: Jazz / Fusion | Total Time: 47:18 | Size: 105.53 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1.Stand Alone 4:50
2.Peace By Peaceful Means 5:29
3.11th Hour 4:27
4.People Power 8:03
5.Deep Down 8:11
6.Precious Baby Boy 2:22
7.Nam Shin 0:46
8.Give the People Something 3:28
9.People Power Reprise 1:12
10.11th Hour(programmed) 3:37
11.Isolation 1:12
12.Nothing Can Hurt Her Now 4:09
Carl Orr; guitar
Pete Whittaker;organ
Nic France;drums
Julian Bury;double bass
Christain Brewer;alto sax
Butch Thomas;tenor sax
Steve Rose;piano
Ernie McKone; programming

Carl is one of Europe’s finest guitarists with a vast range of experience , including touring and recording with some of the finest artists in contemporary music, including Billy Cobham, Nathan Haines, and Dale Barlow. Carl has also appeared on many studio sessions, including tv themes and dance tracks. A slow but dogged composer and a seasoned bandleader, Carl is steadily building up a sizeable body of recorded work and now has 6 cds to his credit, the latest being Deep Down.

Barbara Carroll Trio - How Long Has This Been Going On (2010)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 53:20 | Size: 120.46 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Change Partners
02. Some Other Time
03. Fascinating Rhythm
04. Nice Work If You Can Get It
05. How Long Has This Been Going On?
06. My Man's Gone Now
07. I Got Rhythm
08. Todd's Blues
09. Too Soon
10. Have You Met Miss Jones

Personnel: Barbara Carroll (piano); Ken Peplowski (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Jay Leonhart (bass); Alvin Atkinson (drums).

Recording information: Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola (03/20/2010).

Aldo Romano - Just Jazz (2008)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 45:04 | Size: 113.76 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Cite Soleil
02. Prego!
03. Spring Tide
04. Handle With Care
05. Blues For Roy
06. Chick Webb
07. Libero!!
08. Black And Blue
09. Dany K.
10. Township
11. Lontananza
12. Maple Leaf Rag

Aldo Romano - drum
Henri Texier - double bass
Geraldine Laurent - saxophone

Label: Dreyfus Jazz


Paula Cole - Ballads (2017)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:15:35 | Size: 157.06 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01 God Bless the Child 5:12
02 I Wish (I Knew How It Feels to Be Free)3:40
03 Naima 3:50
04 Ode to Billy Joe 4:49
05 You’ve Changed 4:47
06 What a Little Moonlight Can Do 2:28
07 I’m Old Fashioned 2:50
08 The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll 6:35
09 Never Will I Marry 2:21
10 Skylark 3:38
11 The Ballad of Hollis Brown 7:40
12 Body and Soul 3:44
13 Nice Work If You Can Get It 2:22
14 Farewell, My Friends 3:07
15 I Cover the Waterfront 3:53
16 Blue Moon 3:00
17 You Hit the Spot 1:50
18 Willow Weep for Me 4:14
19 Autumn Leaves 2:16
20 My One and Only Love 3:26

675 Records, LLC

Mavis Rivers - Things To Do Today (2017)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 50:56 | Size: 111.42 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Hurry Home
02. A Sleepin' Bee
03. Saturday Night (Is the Loneliest Night in the Week)
04. On Second Thought
05. Honeysuckle Rose
06. Candy
07. You'd Be so Nice to Come Home To
08. Love You Madly
09. Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief
10. There's No You
11. It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
12. Massachusetts
13. Life Is so Peculiar
14. Day in, Day Out
15. People Will Say We're in Love
16. All My Tomorrows
17. Another Human Being of the Opposite Sex
18. Things to Do Today

Newport Music

Martin Wind Quartet - Salt 'N Pepper (2007)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:01:41 | Size: 139.41 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1. The Dream
2. Bright Mississippi
3. Remember October 13th
4. Turn Out the Stars
6. The Cruise Blues
6. 10 Minute Song
7. Mr. Friesen
8. Big Al
9. Early Morning Blues
10. Come Sunday

Martin Wind, bass
Scott Robinson, tenor sax, bass clarinet, echo cornet
Bill Cunliffe, piano
Greg Hutchinson, drums
German-born bassist Martin Wind has had an extensive career as a sideman. His fourth CD as a leader (and third for Challenge) is his best effort to date, featuring pianist Bill Cunliffe, multi-instrumentalist Scott Robinson (who restricts himself to only three here) and drummer Greg Hutchinson.

Most of the CD focuses on Wind’s striking originals. “Remember Oct. 13th” salutes the birthday of the late great bassist Ray Brown, though its

unusual blending of arco bass with Robinson’s vocal-like bass clarinet nods in the direction of Eric Dolphy as well. The constantly shifting “Mr. Friesen” salutes the virtuoso cellist Eugene Friesen (a long time member of the Paul Winter Consort) and is another potent feature for Robinson’s bass clarinet, with Wind playing both pizzicato and arco, a post-bop vehicle with a Latin undercurrent. The intimate, impressionistic ballad “The Dream” showcases Cunliffe, Robinson (on tenor sax) and the leader, with a late shift into a bossa nova setting near its conclusion. The title of “The Cruise Blues” is a bit misleading, as it is a lush feature for Robinson, who seems to be channeling Stan Getz on his tenor.

Wind proves himself just as effective playing other’s songs. The bassist recasts “Bright Mississippi", Thelonious Monk’s playful reworking of “Sweet Georgia Brown," as a fun-filled calypso and the CD concludes with Wind’s spirit-filled rendition of Duke Ellington’s powerful “Come Sunday,” with Robinson incorporating a bit of alto saxophonist Johnny Hodges into his tenor solo. The one thing missing from this outstanding CD is explanatory liner notes.

Marcus Miller - Tutu Revisited 30th Leverkusener Jazztage ‘09 (2009)

Genre: Jazz | Total Time: 1:00:05 | Size: 126.12 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Tomaas (M. Miller, M. Davis) 8:52
02. Backyard Ritual (G. Duke) 8:17
03. Splatch (M. Miller) 11:18
04. Hannibal (M. Miller) 9:14
05. Jean Pierre (M. Davis) 8:30
06. When I Fall In Love (E. Heyman, V. Young) 3:01
07. Tutu (M. Miller) 10:53
Recorded - LeverkusenGermany, 7th November 2009
Label – Bootleg
Source – Broadcast

Marcus Miller - bass, bass clarinet
Christian Scott - trumpet
Alex Han - reeds
Federico Gonzalez Pena - keyboards
Ronald Bruner- drums