Tag: Miles Davis

Joe Henderson Quartets – Tetragon (1967)

Joe Henderson is featured as a standout on this album, and he does not disappoint.

Tony Williams, We Appreciate You (Live w/ Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter & Ron Carter) (1967)

One of the greatest jazz drummers to every play is Tony Williams. Today, we give him the credit he deserves.

Erroll Garner – Autumn Leaves (1955)

This is what a warm autumn day sounds like, provided by one of its chief architects, jazz pianist Erroll Garner

Lonnie Liston Smith & The Cosmic Echoes – Astral Traveling (1973)

Lonnie Liston Smith’s one of a kind sound shines through on his first recording with The Cosmic Echoes entitled “Astral Traveling”.

The Cannonball Adderley Quintet – The Price You Got to Pay to Be Free (1970)

A live recorded session of the Cannonball Adderley Quintet shows why Adderley is one of Jazz’s elite.

Donald Byrd – Black Byrd (1972)

Recorded in 1972, Donald Byrd’s “Black Byrd” album was ahead of its time in a variety of ways.

Pharoah Sanders – Love In Us All (Audio) (1973)

The iconic Pharoah Sanders displays his free form style and his melodic style as ‘Love In Us All’ is a whirlwind of jazz sub-genre.

Roy Ayers Quartet – All Blues (1968)

Roy Ayers isn’t known for abstract jazz, but he goes far beyond the realm of traditional jazz in one of his earlier recordings, ‘All Blues’.

Nesby Phips & Ski Beatz – Blue in Green (Video) (2010)

If you don’t understand the relevancy of Kind of Blue today, allow me to introduce you to the sounds of Nesby Phips and Ski Beatz.

Miles Davis in Stockholm (1963) (Video)

Excellent video of Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, and Tony Williams live on stage.