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John Zorn and Eugene Chadbourne

John Zorn and Eugene Chadbourne

Now listening to Stompin' at the Savoy by Clifford Brown

Now listening to Stompin' at the Savoy by Clifford Brown

John Zorn / Spillane

John Zorn / Spillane

Scott LaFaro. Changed the role of the bass in jazz with his innovative, challenging style.  Although his career was short, caused by his tragic death at age 25, Scott, Bill Evans, and Paul Motian transformed the piano trio genre of modern jazz.  Sunday at the Village Vanguard and Waltz for Debby are epic recordings in jazz history.

Scott LaFaro. Changed the role of the bass in jazz with his innovative, challenging style. Although his career was short, caused by his tragic death at age 25, Scott, Bill Evans, and Paul Motian transformed the piano trio genre of modern jazz. Sunday at the Village Vanguard and Waltz for Debby are epic recordings in jazz history.

Siempre me encontrará cerca del hombre con el hornFind mí hay de oscuro hasta dawnCos que es un lugar donde la música es bornSo bien tan dulce que juega y dice que por lo Wellcome latelyYou'll detectamos que está bajo su spellSo si estás en el estado de ánimo por la música y loveJust olvidar las estrellas hasta aboveFor ​​mis amigos podrás findYou'll sentirán atraídos por el hombre con el cuerno.  El hombre con el Cuerno de Edgar DeLange, Truman Elliot Jenney, Bonnie Lago

Siempre me encontrará cerca del hombre con el hornFind mí hay de oscuro hasta dawnCos que es un lugar donde la música es bornSo bien tan dulce que juega y dice que por lo Wellcome latelyYou'll detectamos que está bajo su spellSo si estás en el estado de ánimo por la música y loveJust olvidar las estrellas hasta aboveFor ​​mis amigos podrás findYou'll sentirán atraídos por el hombre con el cuerno. El hombre con el Cuerno de Edgar DeLange, Truman Elliot Jenney, Bonnie Lago

Ron Carter and Miles Davis マイルスは、自分のスタイルを持っていたね。

Ron Carter and Miles Davis マイルスは、自分のスタイルを持っていたね。

Ornette Coleman’s quartet | While his (Dewey Redman) huge tenor counterpoint to Coleman’s alto was mesmerizing the audience of free-jazz, Redman penned more originals for a trio session with the Art Ensemble of Chicago’s bassist Malachi Favors and Don Cherry’s drummer Ed Blackwell, Tarik (october 1969), particularly Paris? Oui!, Lop-O-Lop and Related and Unrelated Vibrations.

Ornette Coleman’s quartet | While his (Dewey Redman) huge tenor counterpoint to Coleman’s alto was mesmerizing the audience of free-jazz, Redman penned more originals for a trio session with the Art Ensemble of Chicago’s bassist Malachi Favors and Don Cherry’s drummer Ed Blackwell, Tarik (october 1969), particularly Paris? Oui!, Lop-O-Lop and Related and Unrelated Vibrations.

Charles Mingus and his band (pictured here Horace Parlan on piano) at the Five Spot Cafe, NYC, 1958.

Charles Mingus and his band (pictured here Horace Parlan on piano) at the Five Spot Cafe, NYC, 1958.

Thelonious Monk

Thelonious Monk

Love Jaco!  He was a very innovative and influential bass player!

Love Jaco! He was a very innovative and influential bass player!

For "Don't Explain," which makes us men feel like real shitheels, and for "Lover Man," which makes life better again. And for all the rest.   - Esquire.com

For "Don't Explain," which makes us men feel like real shitheels, and for "Lover Man," which makes life better again. And for all the rest. - Esquire.com

Gerry Mulligan

Gerry Mulligan

theimpossiblecool:  Miles Davis, 1964. Photo by Jerry Stoll.

theimpossiblecool: Miles Davis, 1964. Photo by Jerry Stoll.

Miles Davis, Cannonball Adderley & John Coltrane

Miles Davis, Cannonball Adderley & John Coltrane

Jazz Sax Player Rahsaan Roland Kirk  "Volunteer Slavery" is still in my musical memory after all these years.

Jazz Sax Player Rahsaan Roland Kirk "Volunteer Slavery" is still in my musical memory after all these years.

Jazz saxophonist John Coltrane performs onstage in circa 1962.

Jazz saxophonist John Coltrane performs onstage in circa 1962.