Jackie McLean records ‘Capuchin Swing’ for Blue Note (1960)

Jackie McLean”s ‘Capuchin Swing’ is an album recorded on April 17, 1960 by Blue Note. LISTEN Track Listing : 1.Francisco (Jackie Mclean) – 09:33 . 2.Just For Now (Walter Bishop, Jr.) – 07:33 . 3.Don’T Blame Me (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy Mchugh) – 04:24 . 4.Condition Blue (Jackie Mclean) – 08:13...

Jackie McLean records ‘Right Now!’ an album for Blue Note (1965)

Jackie McLean’s ‘Right Now!’ is an album recorded on January 29, 1965 and released the same year by Blue Note. LISTEN Track Listing : 1.Eco (Jackie Mclean) – 06:09 . 2.Poor Eric (Larry Willis) – 10:12 . 3.Christel’S Time (Larry Willis) – 10:34 . 4.Right Now (Charles Tolliver) – 09:29...

Jackie McLean records ‘One Step Beyond’ for Blue Note (1963)

By Alfred Lion Package : Bob Blumenthal – Liner Notes . Reid Miles – Cover Design . Francis Wolff – Cover Photo Recorded On April 30, 1963 At Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs. Released In 1963 By Blue Note. (Source Jackie McLean’s ‘One Step Beyond’ | Jackie McLean – Wikipedia)...

Jackie McLean records the album ‘Destination… Out!’ for Blue…

Miller – Cover Design . Bob Blumenthal – Liner Notes . Micaela Boland – Art Direction . Jackie Mclean – Liner Notes Recorded On September 20, 1963 At Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs. Released In November 1964 By Blue Note. (Source Jackie McLean’s ‘Destination… Out!’ | Jackie McLean @ Wikipedia)...

We remember Jackie Mclean. ‘Jackie Left His Bag’

This day (March 31, 2006), in Hartford, Connecticut, died John Lenwood ‘JackieMcLean, an American jazz alto saxophonist.WATCH LISTEN READ Wikipedia : This day (March 31, 2006), in Hartford, Connecticut, died John Lenwood ‘JackieMcLean, an American jazz alto saxophonist. @hardbop : Jackie states that Bud Powell is my inspiration....

Charles Mingus records ‘Blues & Roots,’ an album for Atlantic…

...4.Tensions (Charles Mingus) – 06:27 . 5.My Jelly Roll Soul (Charles Mingus) – 06:47 . 6.E’S Flat Ah’S Flat Too (Charles Mingus) – 06:37 Lee Friedlander ALSO READ Fraenkel Gallery MOMA The New Yorker PDNPulse Musicians : Charles Mingus – Bass . John Handy – Alto Sax . Jackie Mclean...

Art Blakey celebrates his 70th birthday with an all-star band (1989)

October 9, 1989 – for his 70th birthday, Art Blakey has invited past members of the Jazz Messengers such as Freddie Hubbard, Terence Blanchard, Curtis Fuller, Jackie McLean, Donald Harrison, Benny Golson, Wayne Shorter, Walter Davis, Jr., Buster Williams, Roy Haynes and Michelle Hendricks at Leverkusen Jazz Festival in Germany...

Universal Romancers

From ‘Incurably romantic’ to ‘I’ll Take Romance’ , we have mixed 20 ‘Jazz and World Wide Crooners‘ tunes around the theme of ‘Romantism‘. It has Jackie McLean, Charles Trenet, Houston Person, Astor Piazzola and many more. LINER NOTES IMAGE : Throughout life you will meet one person who is like...

Perdido In Translation

From ‘Perdido’ to ‘You’ve Lost The Loving Feeling’, we have mixed 18 ‘Jazz & Other Musics‘ tunes around the theme of ‘Lost Translated‘. It has Maria Teresa Vera, Manuel Vallejo, Jackie Mclean, Rabih Aboul-Kalil and many more. LINER NOTES IMAGE : Photo by Adam Goode INFORMATIONS BVisit Pensacola: The Perdido...

Take Five (recounted)

From ‘Take Five’ to ‘Five Will Get You Ten’ , we have mixed 19 ‘Pure Jazz‘ tunes around the theme of ‘Five‘. It has Jackie McLean, Grover Washington, Eliane Elias, Gerry Mulligan and many more. LINER NOTES IMAGE : Photo by Katie Dureault INFORMATIONS Bert Scholtes: The compositional credits for...

We remember Art Blakey. ‘Art Bop’

...Jackie McLean, Sonny Rollins and Art Blakey. >> Recorded on January 30 and March 29, 1955, Afro-Cuban is an album by Kenny Dorham with Hank Mobley, Horace Silver, Art Blakey et al. >> MORE VIDEOS [1971] The Giants of Jazz – that is Art Blakey (d), Dizzy Gillespie (tp), Al...

All the Things Oscar

...the hit ‘I’ve Told Every Little Star’. PLAYLIST : Kenny Burrell and John Coltrane – Why Was I Born (3.15) . Jackie McLean – I’ll Take Romance (5.46) . Anita O’Day – I Won’t Dance (3.24) . Joni James – Bali Ha’i (4.25) . Terry Snyder – Softly As In...