The Embers - A Landmark Performance (Recorded Live At The Landmark Resort H. Label: Roulette – R-25152 Type: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: US Date of released: 1961 Category: Jazz, Pop Style: Louis Prima - Medley - Just A Gigolo, I Ain't Got Nobody.
Recorded At – Criteria Recording Studios. Baritone Saxophone, Vocals – "The Arab". Bass – "Younger" Don Coffman. Drums – "Young" Joe Gallivan. Front side shows a picture of Willie Restum with a saxophone and the words "Spiro The "Greek" And Willie Restum The "Arab"". Back side of record cover is blank. No label indication and no catalog number on vinyl labels. Vinyl labels mention "The World Of Willie Restum". Catalog number "SWR-1037" is etched on both sides of the record. Vinyl labels mention "If You Forget The Name, Remember The Image". Side A label has "3-WAR" and side B label has "4-WAR". Willie Restum Assisted By The Don Vincent Trio - The World Of Willie Restum At The Dream Bar In Miami Beach (LP, Album). Here We Go Records, Here We Go Records.
Live at the Marquee is a live album recorded at London's Marquee Club by progressive metal band Dream Theater. The cover image is inspired by the Sacred Heart of Jesus. It features the exclusive release of "Bombay Vindaloo," an improvisation-based composition performed live only six times and never recorded in a studio
Four months after winning his second Grammy Award in the R&B category for Black Radio 2, pianist Robert Glasper re-assembles the acoustic jazz trio that played on his first two Blue Note recordings.
Trio is the first studio album from the Northern German band of the same name. It was released on October 27, 1981, by Mercury Records. It included a bonus single and has a handle attached to the cover.
Enjoying a stylish, supper club-like atmosphere reminiscent of the 1940s, Matador Room offers hotel guests Latin cuisine inspired by the flavors of South America, the Caribbean and Spain.