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A four-song (side A) sampler from Anthony Ortega’s highly regarded album
For years, the Concerto for Orchestra has been not only the most-played of Bartoks works, but also the most frequently performed among other contemporary scores.
You too can be "Back on the Scene" with Bennie Green
This Requiem calls for immense instrumental and vocal resources used not only for power but also for the most subtle and varied refinement of color.
This is the last album Bill Evans made for his first label. That fact alone would give this at least historical significance; and there is surely also some importance to its being one of only two occasions on which the pianist was recorded for Riverside during "live" performance (the other, of course, resulted in the classic pair of Village Vanguard albums).
When Cannonball Adderley scheduled the 1958 recording of what was to be his only Blue Note LP
The highest compliment one can pay Charlie, and it can be paid with complete assurance, is that this is one album they will really dig in Rio.
Recorded in 1962 by Rudy Van Gelder at the Englewood Cliffs studio...
Chet Atkins is one of the most influential guitarists of the past 30 years. This is one of his best sounding records.
There has been a plenitude of enthusiasts for the Count Basie band in recent years. For some the great attraction has been the saxophone section or the super-abundance of tenor soloists. For others it has been the brass sound, but however it comes out, and for whomever, the key word is usually that much overworked adjective, exciting.
One of the FIVE recordings the Basie Band made for its new label in 1959