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Shelly Manne, 234. Another of my all time great jazz albums. Two lineups split the songs here, one featuring a mature Coleman Hawkins and the other featuring Eddie Costa, a modernist composer, pianist and vibes percussionist who passed not long after these sessions.

Seventeen-year-old David Jones released his debut single, ‘Liza Jane’ as Davie Jones and the King Bees in June 1964 on the Vocalion Pop label, a subsidiary of Decca Records. Despite it being promoted on Juke Box Jury, Ready Steady Go! and The Beat Room it failed to chart. His second single in March 1965 was for Parlophone, but this time Jones was billed as, The Manish Boys. This was a cover of Bobby Bland’s ‘I Pity The Fool’ and despite feature Jimmy Page on guitar it too failed to chart. A…

Bergo Song of the Week - Calvin's Pick for "Reelin' In the Years" by Steely Dan from Can't Buy A Thrill ABC Re...

"SOUTH SIDE OF THE SKY" is a song by progressive rock band YES from their album Fragile, one of four group performances on the album. It opens with footsteps...

The greatest Blue Note albums from the finest jazz musicians who all play with the uncompromising expression that was the label's founding principle

uDiscover's list, with Spotify links, of 20 must-hear albums on A&M Records, covering some of the greatest artists of the past 50 years.