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Review by Scott Yanow Most of organist Shirley Scott’s records in the 1960s featured her husband, tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine, so this trio effort with bassist Ron Carter and drummer Jimmy Cobb was a change of pace. As usual, Scott features an off-the-wall tune (“What The World Needs Now Is Love”) in her repertoire, along with standards (including “On A ...

1 – The Way You Look Tonight [alternate take] 2 – The Way You Look Tonight 3 – Dreamsville 4 – Geno 5 – Missile Blues 6 – For All We Know 7 – Fried Pies 8 – Unidentified Solo Guitar Personnel: Wes Montgomery (guitar); Mel Rhyne (organ); George Brown, Paul Parker, Jimmy Cobb (drums). Guitar on the Go album ...

Percy Heath, Ron Carter,  Hank Jones, Tommy Flanagan,  Ray Barretto,  Jimmy Cobb,  Mel Rhyne , Wes Montgomery … Tracklist: 01. Twisted Blues (5:38) 02. Airegin (4:30) 03. Cotton Tail (3:41) 04. One For My Baby (7:44) 05. I’m Just A Lucky So And So (5:57) 06. Polka Dots And Moonbeams (4:44) 07. Four On Six (6:17) 08. D-Natural Blues (5:25) 09. ...

Review by Thom Jurek Phil Upchurch was a celebrated, in-demand sideman in R&B, blues, and jazz before he recorded Feeling Blue, his 1967 Milestone debut as a leader. He’d already worked with everyone from Jimmy Reed and Curtis Mayfield to John Lee Hooker and B.B. King, and would go on to accompany many more and release a string of killer ...

Wynton Kelly, Wes Montgomery, Paul Chambers & Jimmy Cobb. Tracks 1 No Blues (Davis) 12:56 2 If You Could See Me Now (Dameron, Sigman) 8:21 3 Unit 7 (Jones) 6:44 4 Four on Six (Montgomery) 6:43 5 What’s New ? (Burke, Haggart) 6:10 6 Willow Weep for Me (Ronell) 9:08 7 Portrait of Jennie (Robinson, Burdge) 3:28 8 Surrey with ...

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