Lonnie Smith – Spinning Wheel (1970)

From the album Drivers. Drives is an album by American organist Lonnie Smith recorded in 1970 and released on the Blue Note label. [source] All compositions by Lonnie Smith except as indicated:                                                                         … Continue reading Lonnie Smith – Spinning Wheel (1970)

Jukka Tolonen – Elements (Earth Fire Water Air) (1971)

Elemets (Earth Fire Water Air) is the first track on the album Tolonen! by Jukka Tolonen, recorded at the Finnvox studios Helsinki, Finland, Oct. 1971 and released same year at Love Records. Jukka Tolonen (born 1952) is not only Finland’s national guitar hero but also one of the world’s most respected guitarists. For the past 4 decades, he has captivated audiences through Scandinavia and Europe … Continue reading Jukka Tolonen – Elements (Earth Fire Water Air) (1971)

Miles Davis – What I Say (1970)

What I Say is the first track on side B on the double album Live-Evil by Miles Davis. Much of the record (including What I Say) was recorded live at the Washington D. C. -based nightclub The Cellar Door, December, 1970 and the rest was recorded in Columbia´s Studio B, February, 1970. Davis had originally intended the album to be a spiritual successor to Bitches Brew, but this idea … Continue reading Miles Davis – What I Say (1970)

Amina Claudine Myers Trio – Jumping In The Sugar Bowl (1984)

Jumping in the Sugar Bowl is the titletrack on the album by Amina Claude Myers, recorded at Tonstudio Bauer in Ludwigsburg, Germany in March 1984. Jumping in the Sugar Bowl is the fourth album by American pianist Amina Claude Myers featuring performances recorded in 1984 for the Minor Music label. [source] All compositions by Amina Claudine Myers except as indicated:                 … Continue reading Amina Claudine Myers Trio – Jumping In The Sugar Bowl (1984)

Soft Machine – Third (Full Album) (1970)

Third is a 1970 double LP by Soft Machine, with each side of the original vinyl consisting of a single long composition. Its music explores the emerging jazz fusion of the type present on Miles Davis´Bitches Brew, which was released just a few months earlier. Third marks the most major of Soft Machine’s several shifts in musical genre over their career, completing their transition from psychedelic music to jazz, and is … Continue reading Soft Machine – Third (Full Album) (1970)

Miles Davis – Shhh / Peaceful (1969)

Shhh / Peaceful is side one on In a Silent Way, a studio album by Miles Davis, released July 30, 1969 on Columbia Records. The album was recorded on February 18, 1969 in New York. Incorporating elements of classical sonata form, Macero edited and arranged Davis’s recordings from the session to produce the album. In a Silent Way has been regarded by music writers as Davis’s first fusion recording, … Continue reading Miles Davis – Shhh / Peaceful (1969)