Sunday Smooth ~ Oliver Nelson ~ Stolen Moments | Longshot's Blog LOVE

Sunday Smooth ~ Oliver Nelson ~ Stolen Moments

Sunday Smooth ~ Oliver Nelson ~ Stolen Moments | Longshot's Blog LOVE

"Stolen Moments" - hr-Bigband feat. Vincent Herring

"Stolen Moments" - hr-Bigband feat. Vincent Herring

ERIC DOLPHY, Stolen Moments (Oliver Nelson) ("The Stolen Moment")  ~~ Wonderful Jazz ~~

ERIC DOLPHY, Stolen Moments (Oliver Nelson) ("The Stolen Moment") ~~ Wonderful Jazz ~~

The Blues and the Abstract Truth / Oliver Nelson

Un día como hoy, 15 de  diciembre, nació Curtis Fuller.  Curtis DuBois Fuller (15 de diciembre de 1934, Detroit) es un músico de jazz  nacido en los Estados Unidos. El instrumento que le hizo famoso es el trombón. Ha sido miembro de los Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers y ha participado en muchas de las más importantes grabaciones de la historia del jazz. Es el único músico de trombón que ha grabado con Coltrane, Bud Powell, y Jimmy Smith.

Blues-ette disc, Curtis Fuller's Quintet, includes 'Five Spot After Dark' song. "After Dark / アフターダーク [Afutā dāku]" Haruki Murakami,

John Coltrane "My Favorite Things" 1961 - Jazz Icon John Coltrane with his legendary Quintet featuring Eric Dolphy on flute, Elvin Jones on drums, McCoy Tyner on piano and Reggie Workman on bass, performing one of Coltrane's most beloved interpretations.

John Coltrane "My Favorite Things" 1961 - Jazz Icon John Coltrane with his legendary Quintet featuring Eric Dolphy on flute, Elvin Jones on drums, McCoy Tyner on piano and Reggie Workman on bass, performing one of Coltrane's most beloved interpretations.

John Coltrane, 1958, Columbia Recording Studios, NY. Photo by Don Hunstein.

John Coltrane, Columbia Recording Studios, New York City, 1958 (photo by Don Hunstein)

Curtis Fuller, Lee Morgan, and John Coltrane at Coltrane’s Blue Train session, Hackensack NJ, September 15 1957 (photo by Francis Wolff)

Curtis Fuller, Lee Morgan, and John Coltrane at Coltrane’s Blue Train session, Hackensack NJ, September 15 1957 (photo by Francis Wolff)

Ahmad Jamal, jazz pianist, composer, and educator.

Ahmad Jamal is an innovative and influential American jazz pianist, composer, and educator. According to American music critic Stanley Crouch, Jamal is second in importance in the development of jazz after 1945 only to Charlie Parker.

A Love Supreme: el Evangelio según John Coltrane | Jot Down Magazine

John Coltrane - Blue train: One of the all time sax players

Charlie Parker and Sidney Bechet en route to the Paris jazz festival in 1949.

Charlie Parker and Sidney Bechet en route to the Paris jazz festival in 1949

OUT Photo of John Coltrane 1961 1; Eric Dolphy & John Coltrane,Copenhagen 1961

OUT Photo of John Coltrane 1961 Eric Dolphy & John Coltrane,Copenhagen 1961

John Coltrane

John Coltrane - Greensleeves P.of course, renaissance rocks and swing jazz easily :) Dio Mio,that´s fantastic rendition :)))

Art Blakey by Jan Henn

Didier Leclair Art Blakey, a very important contributor to jazz

themaninthegreenshirt:  Miles Davis, signed copy of Kind Of Blue currently listed on ebay for $35,000

Lucky guy by the name of "Leo" got the jacket of his Kind of Blue album autographed by Miles Davis and Jimmy Cobb

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