24 results for your search

Walkman Jazz: Dinah Washington Sings The Blues
See details
conducted by Belford Hendricks, 1909-1977 and Quincy Jones, 1933-; performed by Dinah Washington, 1924-1963 and Clifford Brown, 1930-1956, Eddie Chamblee & His Orchestra and Quincy Jones & His Orchestra (GRP Records, 2007), 58 mins
conducted by Belford Hendricks, 1909-1977 and Quincy Jones, 1933-; performed by Dinah Washington, 1924-1963 and Clifford Brown, 1930-1956, Eddie Chamblee & His Orchestra and Quincy Jones & His Orchestra (GRP Records, 2007), 58 mins
×
Dinah Washington In The Land Of Hi-Fi
See details
conducted by Hal Mooney; performed by Dinah Washington, 1924-1963, Hal Mooney's Orchestra (GRP Records, 2007), 31 mins
conducted by Hal Mooney; performed by Dinah Washington, 1924-1963, Hal Mooney's Orchestra (GRP Records, 2007), 31 mins
×
Out Of Different Bags
See details
performed by Marlena Shaw, 1942- (Verve Records, 2006), 32 mins
performed by Marlena Shaw, 1942- (Verve Records, 2006), 32 mins
×
Jam Session
See details
performed by Dinah Washington, 1924-1963, Clifford Brown, 1930-1956, Herb Geller, 1928-2013, Harold Land, 1928-2001, Julian 'Junior' Mance, 1928-, Richie Powell, 1931-1956, Keter Betts, Max Roach, 1924-2007 and Maynard Ferguson, 1928-2006 (Universal Classics & Jazz, 2006), 47 mins
The contents of this Trip LP have been reissued on CD. The lineup of this jam session is quite remarkable: Trumpeters Clifford Brown, Clark Terry and Maynard Ferguson, altoist Herb Geller, tenor-saxophonist Harold Land, Richie Powell or Junior Mance on piano, Keeter Betts or George Morrow on bass and drummer Max R...
performed by Dinah Washington, 1924-1963, Clifford Brown, 1930-1956, Herb Geller, 1928-2013, Harold Land, 1928-2001, Julian 'Junior' Mance, 1928-, Richie Powell, 1931-1956, Keter Betts, Max Roach, 1924-2007 and Maynard Ferguson, 1928-2006 (Universal Classics & Jazz, 2006), 47 mins
×
Not Cha Cha But Chi Chi
See details
performed by Rose Murphy, 1913-1969 (Universal Classics & Jazz, 2006), 46 mins
performed by Rose Murphy, 1913-1969 (Universal Classics & Jazz, 2006), 46 mins
×
Ivory Joe Hunter Sings: Sixteen Of His Greatest Hits
See details
performed by Ivory Joe Hunter, 1914-1974 (King Records, 2005), 47 mins
performed by Ivory Joe Hunter, 1914-1974 (King Records, 2005), 47 mins
×
Mercy, Mercy Me: The Art, Loves and Demons of Marvin Gaye
See details
written by Michael Eric Dyson, 1958- (New York, NY: Basic Civitas Books, 2004), 290 page(s)
written by Michael Eric Dyson, 1958- (New York, NY: Basic Civitas Books, 2004), 290 page(s)
×
After Hours With Miss D
See details
performed by Dinah Washington, 1924-1963, Clarence Anderson, 1924-1971, Keter Betts, Cándido de Guerra Camero, 1921-, Eddie Davis, 1922-1986, Julian 'Junior' Mance, 1928-, Paul Quinichette, 1916-1983, Clark Terry, 1920-2015 and Ed Thigpen, 1930-2010 (Verve Records, 2004), 51 mins
Any self-respecting jazz musician would leap at the chance to record an afterhours session with Dinah Washington. One of the finest musician's singers, Washington demanded respect from her band and paid in return by giving her fellow players plenty of room for solos, on record or in concert. Her Dinah Jams LP from...
performed by Dinah Washington, 1924-1963, Clarence Anderson, 1924-1971, Keter Betts, Cándido de Guerra Camero, 1921-, Eddie Davis, 1922-1986, Julian 'Junior' Mance, 1928-, Paul Quinichette, 1916-1983, Clark Terry, 1920-2015 and Ed Thigpen, 1930-2010 (Verve Records, 2004), 51 mins
×
Nature Boy: The Standards Album
See details
performed by Aaron Neville (Verve Records, 2003), 49 mins
Aaron Neville's voice exists in that rarefied air occupied by only the most lyrical musicians, including Paul Desmond's alto saxophone and Miles Davis' muted trumpet. Sweet and throaty, reedy and always crying, it's capable of bewitching anyone within hailing distance -- including, in some cases, the singer himsel...
performed by Aaron Neville (Verve Records, 2003), 49 mins
×
My Kinda Swing
See details
performed by Ernestine Anderson, 1928-, Yusef Lateef, 1920-2013, Tate Houston, 1924-1974, Clark Terry, 1920-2015, Ernie Royal and Frank Rehak, 1926-1987 (Verve Records, 2002), 33 mins
Ernestine Anderson was 32 years old at the time of this 1960 session, not long before her career inexplicably fell into the doldrums. This album finds her in great form, supported by a cast of musicians including Clark Terry, Hank Jones, Yusef Lateef, Ernie Royal, Frank Rehak, and Kenny Burrell, with terrific arra...
performed by Ernestine Anderson, 1928-, Yusef Lateef, 1920-2013, Tate Houston, 1924-1974, Clark Terry, 1920-2015, Ernie Royal and Frank Rehak, 1926-1987 (Verve Records, 2002), 33 mins
×

Pages