|Studio album by|
|Recorded||May 16, 1985|
Paul Robeson House - Bennington College, Bennington, VT
|Label|| Soul Note |
|Bill Dixon chronology|
Thoughts is an album by American jazz trumpeter Bill Dixon recorded in 1985 and released on the Italian Soul Note label.
|The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings|
In his review for AllMusic, Scott Yanow states "The music (six originals, including the four-part suite "For Nelson and Winnie") is quite adventurous, yet thoughtful, disturbing without being forbidding."
November 1981 is double album by American jazz trumpeter Bill Dixon consisting of one disc recorded live in Zurich and another in a studio in Milan in November 1981 and released on the Italian Soul Note label.
The Musings of Miles is the first 12" LP by Miles Davis, issued by Prestige Records in 1955, following several LPs in the discontinued 10 inch format. The six tracks were all recorded at Rudy Van Gelder's home studio on June 7, 1955.
Tears for Dolphy is a 1964 album by jazz trumpeter Ted Curson. The album's title track, an elegy for Eric Dolphy, has been used in many films.
A Night in Tunisia is a 1957 jazz album by Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers, released by the RCA Victor subsidiary label Vik. It features the only recorded instances of saxophonists Jackie McLean and Johnny Griffin playing together.
The Hearinga Suite is an album by Muhal Richard Abrams released on the Italian Black Saint label in 1989 and features performances of seven of Abrams compositions by an eighteen-member orchestra. Abrams dedicated the music on the album to Steve McCall and Donald Raphael Garrett.
Infinity is an album by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan released on the Blue Note label. It was recorded on November 16, 1965 but not released until 1981 and features performances by Morgan with a quintet featuring Jackie McLean, Larry Willis, Reggie Workman and Billy Higgins. The album was reissued on CD in 1998 as a limited edition.
The Jazz Workshop is the debut album by jazz composer George Russell, featuring his "Smalltet", which included Art Farmer, Hal McKusick, Barry Galbraith, and Bill Evans.
Zebra is an album by Jack DeJohnette featuring trumpeter Lester Bowie recorded in 1985 for the video program titled "Tadayuki Naito/Zebra" and released on the MCA label in 1989. The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow states, "The performances are moody and has its colorful moments... Superior background music, recommended mostly to Jack DeJohnette completists". The Penguin Guide to Jazz wrote that it was "Not really a jazz album at all, but well worth having for some striking atmospheric music."
6 Pieces of Silver is a studio album by jazz pianist Horace Silver released on the Blue Note label in 1957 featuring performances by Silver with Donald Byrd, Hank Mobley, Doug Watkins and Louis Hayes. The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4½ stars and states "The early Silver quintet was essentially The Jazz Messengers of the year before but already the band was starting to develop a sound of its own. "Señor Blues" officially put Horace Silver on the map". The front cover photograph was taken at Central Park West, Upper West Side.
88 Basie Street is a 1983 studio album by Count Basie.
Count Basie and the Kansas City 7 is an album by American jazz bandleader and pianist Count Basie featuring small group performances recorded in 1962 for the Impulse! label.
Afrique is a 1971 studio album by Count Basie and his orchestra, arranged & conducted by Oliver Nelson released by the Flying Dutchman label
In a Heartbeat is an album by American jazz drummer Whit Dickey recorded in 2004 and released on the Portuguese Clean Feed label. For this record, Dickey expanded to a quintet consisting of the quartet with whom he recorded Big Top, with the addition of trumpeter Roy Campbell. The band plays four Dickey compositions and the Carla Bley original "Calls".
Bill Dixon in Italy Volume One is an album by American jazz trumpeter Bill Dixon recorded in Milan in 1980 and released on the Italian Soul Note label.
Bill Dixon in Italy Volume Two is an album by American jazz trumpeter Bill Dixon recorded in Milan in 1980 and released on the Italian Soul Note label. The album resulted after producer Giovanni Bonandrini was so impressed by Dixon's sextet he requested them to record two albums instead of the single one that was planned.
Son of Sisyphus is an album by American jazz trumpeter Bill Dixon recorded in 1988 and released on the Italian Soul Note label.
Vade Mecum II is an album by American jazz trumpeter Bill Dixon recorded in 1993 and released on the Italian Soul Note label.
Papyrus Volume I is an album by American jazz trumpeter Bill Dixon recorded in 1998 and released on the Italian Soul Note label.
Papyrus Volume II is an album by American jazz trumpeter Bill Dixon recorded in 1998 and released on the Italian Soul Note label.
Getting Down to Business is an album by trumpeter Donald Byrd featuring performances recorded in 1989 and released on the Landmark label the following year.