|Flowers Around Cleveland|
|Live album by David Murray|
|Recorded||May 16–17, 1995|
|David Murray chronology|
Flowers Around Cleveland is an album by David Murray released on the French Bleu Regard label. It was released in 1995 and features seven quartet performances by Murray with Bobby Few, John Betsch, and Jean Jacques Avenel.
David Murray is an American jazz musician who plays tenor saxophone and bass clarinet mainly. He has recorded prolifically for many record labels since the mid-1970s.
Bobby Few is an American jazz pianist and vocalist.
John Betsch is an American jazz drummer.
The Allmusic review by Thom Jurek awarded the album 4 stars stating "This is one of Murray's records to seek out.".
In Concert is a live album released by jazz pianist Dave Burrell. It was recorded at the Victoriaville Festival in Quebec, Canada and released that same year on October 21, 1991 by Victo Records. The album features Burrell's long-time jazz collaborator David Murray on reed instruments. According to the AllMusic review, "their influence is profound and wide-reaching" on this album.
Momentum is an album by Steve Lacy which was released on the RCA Novus label in 1987 and features six of Lacy's compositions with texts by Giulia Niccolai, Herman Melville, and Brion Gysin performed by Lacy, Bobby Few, Steve Potts, Jean-Jacques Avenel, Oliver Johnson, and Irene Aebi.
The Window is an album by Steve Lacy which was released on the Italian Soul Note label in 1988 and features six of Lacy's compositions, one featuring text by the poet Mary Frazee, performed by Lacy, Jean-Jacques Avenel and Oliver Johnson.
Anthem is an album by Steve Lacy released on the Arista Novus label in 1990. It features five of Lacy's compositions with texts by Osip Mandelstam and Mary Frazee performed by Lacy, Bobby Few, Steve Potts, Jean-Jacques Avenel, John Betsh, Sam Kelly, Glenn Ferris, La Velle and Irene Aebi.
Monk's Dream is an album by Steve Lacy and Roswell Rudd released on the Verve label in 2000. It features performances by Lacy, Rudd, Jean-Jacques Avenel, John Betsch and Irene Aebi's vocals on two tracks.
The Door is the second album by Steve Lacy to be released on the RCA Novus label. It was released in 1989 and features four of Lacy's compositions and one each by Monk, Bud Powell, Duke Ellington and George Handy performed by Lacy, Bobby Few, Steve Potts, Jean-Jacques Avenel, Oliver Johnson and Irene Aebi with Sam Woodyard guesting on one track recorded shortly before his death.
Murray's Steps is an album by David Murray released on the Italian Black Saint label in 1982. It feature his Octet consisting of Murray, Henry Threadgill, Bobby Bradford, Lawrence "Butch" Morris, Craig Harris, Curtis Clark, Wilber Morris and Steve McCall.
MX is an album by David Murray released on the Red Baron label in 1993. It features performances by Murray, Ravi Coltrane, Bobby Bradford, John Hicks, Fred Hopkins and Victor Lewis. The album is dedicated to the memory of Malcolm X.
When Was That? is an album by Henry Threadgill released on the About Time label in 1982. The album and features five of Threadgill's compositions performed by Threadgill with Craig Harris, Olu Dara, Fred Hopkins, Brian Smith, Pheeroan akLaff and John Betsch.
Revenue is an album by soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy recorded in 1993 and released on the Italian Soul Note label.
Vespers is an album by soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy recorded in 1993 and released on the Italian Soul Note label.
Be My Monster Love is an album by saxophonist David Murray's Infinity Quartet with guest vocalists Macy Gray and Gregory Porter released on the Motéma label.
Plays Nat King Cole en Español is an album by saxophonist David Murray's Cuban Ensemble with guest vocalist Daniel Melingo released on the Motéma label. The album was inspired by Nat King Cole's albums Cole Español and More Cole Español.
The Tip is an album by David Murray released on the Japanese DIW label. Recorded in 1994 and released in 1995, the album features performances by Murray with Robert Irving III, Bobby Broom, Darryl Jones, Toby Williams and Kahil El'Zabar.
Prospectus is a live album by soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy, which was recorded in France in 1982 and first released on the hat ART label in 1983 as a double LP. The album was rereleased as a single CD with only five tracks in 1999 as Clichés.
Itinerary is a live album by soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy, which was recorded in Vienna in 1990 and first released on the hat ART label in 1991.
We See, subtitled Thelonious Monk Songbook, is a live album by soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy, which was recorded in Switzerland in 1992 and first released on the hat ART label in 1993. The album was rereleased in 2002 with an additional track from the concert.
Live at Sweet Basil is a live album by saxophonist Steve Lacy's Sextet, which was recorded in New York in 1991 and first released on the RCA Novus label in 1992.
Clangs is a live album by soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy featuring a double sextet, which was recorded in Germany in 1992 and first released on the Swiss hat ART label in 1993.