Duke Ellington – ‘Live At The Berlin Jazz Festival 1969-1973’ – London Jazz News

Duke Ellington – Live At The Berlin Jazz Festival 1969 -1973 (The Lost Recordings TLR2204041. Album review by Len Weinreich) By their own admission, record companies are a clumsy, scatty and careless bunch. And the evidence lies with released album titles informing us that, at some time or other, recorded performances by jazz musicians as … Read more

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers To Release ‘Live At The Fillmore 1997’

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers To Release ‘Live At The Fillmore 1997’ The long-awaited Live at the Fillmore (1997)—Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ first live album in 13 years—is due November 25 on Warner Records. The album will be available in various formats, see below for details. To celebrate, the track “Listen To Her Heart” … Read more

Eric Gales Live at 16 Toneladas Rock Club, Valencia, Spain – American Blues Scene

The right setting to experience the blues live, 16 Toneladas Rock Club was the perfect environment. There was a magical energy in the room before the show even started. By the end of the show the reason was clear. Fans here know Eric Gales is a phenomenal musician. But in all senses of the word: … Read more

Licked Live In NYC article @ All About Jazz

” data-original-title=”” title=””>Keith Richards‘ instrument. Such observations do not in any way disparage bassist Darryl Jones. He of the intimidating physical presence and membership of a Miles Davis trumpet1926 – 1991 ” data-original-title=”” title=””>Miles Davis band amplifies Richards and Watts’ thunder on his own instrument, an effect reinforcing how those two charter members of the … Read more

John Beasley’s Monk’estra Live article @ All About Jazz

SoCal Jazz Courtesy Raj Naik By Jim Worsley June 22, 2022 Sign in to view read count It all made for a thoroughly enjoyable evening of jazz music. Captivating! —Jimmy Haslip If you are familiar with ” data-original-title=”” title=””>John Beasley‘s Monk’estra, then you may understand my excitement level at the prospects of seeing and hearing … Read more

Live at The Catalina Jazz Club article @ All About Jazz

” data-original-title=”” title=””>Stu Mindeman. Weckl’s fond memories were of a young trio learning, pushing each other and having a blast together. Weckl mentioned “Ray” being the other component in the trio. He spoke of Ray Kennedy, Tom’s older brother. Ray Kennedy was a jazz pianist and composer—a very good one at that. Before passing away … Read more

Live from Summit Rock Central Park Concert Series Captured on Disc

Jimmy Katz leads many lives. He is the preeminent currently active jazz photographer, and has shot more than 200 magazine covers and over 600 recording sessions. About 12 years ago he became an audio engineer, specializing in live recordings. His albums like Ralph Lalama’s Bopjuice: Live at Smalls are breakthroughs. They capture the blood-and-guts of … Read more

Chet Baker Trio – ‘Live in Paris’ (rec. 1983/4) – London Jazz News

Chet Baker Trio – Live in Paris (Elemental 5990541. 3 LPs. Review by Andrew Cartmel) On the labels of this handsome triple vinyl set, the font makes the artist credit look rather like “Chet Baker Brio”. Which is appropriate because these are spirited and enriching sessions by the trumpeter from the autumn of his career, … Read more

Pepper Adams with The Tommy Banks Trio – ‘Live at Room at the Top’ (rec. 1972) – London Jazz News

Pepper Adams with The Tommy Banks Trio – Live at Room at the Top (Cellar Music Group/Reel to Real Recordings. Album review by Sebastian Scotney) Did the great baritone saxophonist Pepper Adams succeed in transforming the small jazz gig into an art form all his own? Listening to this painstakingly restored and meticulously annotated issue … Read more