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Examples of "frank_wess"
The Frank Wess Quartet is an album by jazz flautist Frank Wess which was recorded in 1960 and released on the Moodsville label.
"All compositions by Frank Wess except as indicated"
"All compositions by Frank Wess except as indicated"
Worked with Frank Wess, Jack Bruce and the Chris Byars Octet.
Allmusic reviewed the album awarding it 4½ stars stating "Her first, and best, album has Frank Wess on flute".
Southern Comfort is an album by jazz saxophonist Frank Wess which was recorded in 1962 and released on the Prestige label.
Yo Ho! Poor You, Little Me is an album by jazz saxophonist Frank Wess which was recorded in 1963 and released on the Prestige label.
Flute Suite is an album by American jazz composer and arranger A. K. Salim featuring flautists Frank Wess and Herbie Mann recorded in 1957 for the Savoy label.
In 2006, the Jon Faddis Quartet released the CD "Teranga" (Koch Records, now E1), featuring guests including Clark Terry, Russell Malone, Gary Smulyan, and Frank Wess.
Foster also formed and lead several groups, most notably Living Color and The Loud Minority. He co-led a quintet with Frank Wess in 1983, and toured Europe as a member of Jimmy Smith's quintet in 1985.
Musicians who she has worked regularly with in New York; Bill Easley, Norman Simmons, Winard Harper, Wycliff Gordon, Frank Wess, Duke Ellington Orhestra, Mike Longos New York State of the Arts Orchestra.
Musicians who have usually or occasionally performed on jazz flute include Eric Dolphy, Herbie Mann, Dave Valentin Jerome Richardson, Roland Kirk, Frank Wess, Hubert Laws, James Newton, Moe Koffman, Paul Horn and Nestor Torres.
The Allmusic site awarded the album 4 stars stating "Frank Wess has long been one of the most underrated flautists in jazz, but it's his primary instrument on this CD reissue of a Moodsville LP recorded in 1960... Highly recommended".
Jensen has worked with Maria Schneider, Steve Wilson, Jeff "Tain" Watts, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Bob Berg, Gary Bartz, Bill Stewart, Terri Lyne Carrington, Geoffrey Keezer, Billy Hart, George Garzone, Chris Connor, Victor Lewis, Clark Terry, Frank Wess, and Billy Taylor.
Red Holloway, Frank Wess, Mulgrew Miller, Winard Harper, Victor Jones, Bernard Purdie, Paul Bollenback, Zeke Mullins, Tootsie Bean, John di Martino, Earl May and with international musicians Warren Vache, and Bucky Pizzarelli. She is known for revamping classic Jazz standards.
Flutes & Reeds is an album by American jazz saxophonist/composer/arranger Ernie Wilkins and saxophonist/flautist Frank Wess featuring performances recorded in 1955 and first released on the Savoy label.The Shown cover art is from the 1970s Savoy Jazz
Jazz Band Classic has featured soloists and clinicians such as Joe Lovano, Maria Schneider, Conrad Herwig, Steve Turre, Warren Vaché, Victor Goines, Slide Hampton, Jimmy Heath, Joe Locke, Eric Reed, Lew Soloff, Gary Smulyan, and Frank Wess, giving students a chance to play alongside today's most exciting professional musicians.
By 1980, McGriff broke away from Sonny Lester and began working actively with producer Bob Porter (and recording engineer Rudy Van Gelder). McGriff began a long relationship with Fantasy Records' Milestone label, collaborating with Rusty Bryant, Al Grey, Red Holloway, David "Fathead" Newman, Frank Wess and Eric Alexander.
After Hours is an album by the Prestige All Stars nominally led by trumpeter Thad Jones recorded in 1957 and released on the Prestige label. The album was also re-released as Steamin' by Frank Wess and Kenny Burrell in 1963.
Clark Terry, Phillip Guilbeau, Thad Jones, Joe Newman, Snooky Young (trumpet) Urbie Green, Henry Coker, Al Grey, Benny Powell (trombone) Marshall Royal, Frank Wess (alto saxophone) Frank Foster, Billy Mitchell (tenor saxophone) Charlie Fowlkes (baritone saxophone) Freddie Green (guitar) Eddie Jones (bass) Sonny Payne (drums)