Bass – Jack Gregg
Clarinet – Allan Praskin (tracks: B2), Perry Robinson (tracks: B2)
Clarinet [Alto] – Mark Whitecage (tracks: B2)
Drums – Steve McCall
Flute, Piano, Vibraphone, Clarinet [Alto, Bass] – Gunter Hampel
Photography [Photos] – Irene Kubota
Producer – Jeanne Lee, Mait Edey
Recorded By [Ensemble Tracks] – George Klabin
Recorded By [Solo Tracks], Mixed By – Jan Rathbun
Saxophone [Soprano, Tenor], Flute – Sam Rivers
Trombone – Marty Cook (tracks: B2)
Philly Joe Jones (piano, drums); Bill Barron (tenor saxophone); Pepper Adams (baritone saxophone); Blue Mitchell (trumpet); Julian Priester (trombone); Charles Coker, Sonny Clark (piano); Jimmy Garrison (bass).
|001 / 7118||Walt Dickerson||Tell Us Only the Beautiful Things||1975|
|002 / 7119||George Cables||Why Not||1975|
|003 / 7120||Air||Air Song||1975|
|004 / 7121||Muhal Richard Abrams||Afrisong||1975|
|005 / 7122||Joseph Bonner, Clint Houston, Billy Hart||Triangle||1975|
|006 / 7123||Monty Waters||The Black Cat||1975|
|007 / 7150||Fumio Karashima, Jimmy Hopps||Piranha||1975|
|008 / 7151||Joe Lee Wilson||Shout For Trane||1976|
|009 / 7152||Charles Sullivan||Re-Entry||1976|
|010 / 7153||Ted Curson||Blue Piccolo||1976|
|011 / 7154||Donald Smith, Cecil McBee, Jack DeJohnette||Luv||1976|
|012 / 7155||Chico Freeman, Threadgill, McBee, Mccall||Morning Prayer||1976|
|013 / 7156||Air||Air Raid||1976|
|014 / 7157||Andrew Cyrille, David S. Ware, Ted Daniel||Junction||1976|
|015 / 7158||Teruhiko Kataoka||Love Walking (missing)||1977|
|016 / 7159||Fumio Karashima, Motohiko Hino, George Mraz||Landscape||1977|
Malandro Records was an American record label which released albums by respected Brazilian groups and musicians. The music is simply wonderful. They released about 25 albums circa the 1990s. Some of it sounds like "smooth jazz", featuring saxophones, flutes, clarinets and clean-sounding guitars. Some of its sounds like MPB. It's all great.
Influential bassist Doug Watkins released only 2 albums as leader before his death at the age of 27.
1956: Watkins at Large (with Donald Byrd, Hank Mobley, Duke Jordan, Kenny Burrell, Art Taylor)
1960: Soulnik (New Jazz Records, with Yusef Lateef, Hugh Lawson, Herman Wright, Lex Humphries)
Black Jazz Records was an amazing jazz label, releasing only 20 albums from 1972-1975. Much of this material represents the pinnacle of live musical performance. This torrent also includes Doug Carne's 2001 Black Jazz album New Incentive: Firm Roots.
Stan Kenton is one of my favorite musicians ever to live, of any genre. Here is an very extensive discography including a box set, live albums, studio albums. 320kbps or variable Lame encoded when available.
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Jack DeJohnette: drums, melodica
Bennie Maupin: tenor saxophone, wood flute, flute
Stanley Cowell: electric piano, piano
Miroslav Vitous; bass
Eddie Gomez: bass
Roy Haynes: drums, percussion