Home / Tag Archives: Cool

Tag Archives: Cool

Earl Van Riper

Veteran Detroit pianist who played golf swing, big-band, bop, and R&B. A light, shiny character on his device, but has produced few recordings.

Read More »

Jerry Sawicki

Baritone saxophonist allied towards the audio of Gerry Mulligan, with just a little Pepper Adams. Also takes on tenor and soprano.

Read More »

The Murphy’s

Bassist Clifford Murphy qualified prospects this trio, which sometimes has included pianists Johnny O’Neal, Larry Fuller, and Claude Dark. A good mainstream bop, post-bop, and great combo.

Read More »

The Gellers

The couple duo of Natural herb and Lorraine Geller, who produced the album The Gellers in 1955 on EmArcy. They performed together within a quartet in 1954 and 1955, but she passed away in 1958.

Read More »

Leonard Hochman

Considering how okay Leonard Hochman performs on his 1994 Brownstone CD Until Tomorrow (sounding a little like Zoot Sims on tenor and exhibiting a warm build on bass clarinet), it really is surprising that was his first record being a leader, which he previously largely ended playing back 1963! Blessed …

Read More »

Nora “Red” Mccarthy

Based in NY but originally from Cleveland, Nora “Red” McCarthy is definitely fantastic jazz vocalist would you a whole lot of composing and can be an excellent interpreter of lyrics. Her sultry, noir-ish performing combines an gratitude of Sarah Vaughan, Billie Vacation, and Abbey Lincoln with components of awesome college …

Read More »

Phil Abraham

After studying classical piano, guitar and harmony, Belgium born Phil Abraham was seduced simply by jazz and used the trombone, which he’s self-taught. His latest record, Fredaines for the Lyrae label, unveils that he provides added performing and whistling to his musical arsenal. His tone of voice and his laid-back …

Read More »

Gunnar Almstedt

Swedish bassist Gunnar Almstedt was raised through the swing era and obtained a love for the music that never remaining him. He became a specialist musician in 1946, freelanced for some time, and in 1950 became a member of pianist Charlie Norman’s group, a music group that made several recordings …

Read More »

Mike Zwerin

Now most widely known being a columnist and contributor to Jazz Journal, Mike Zwerin missed from history during his times being a trombonist. He used the Mls Davis delivery of the great group throughout their residency on the Royal Roost in the past due ’40s, but skipped the recording periods …

Read More »