This latest album from Najee features a musical tribute to George Duke. All About Music felt that: "the sweet-toned, smooth jazz saxophonist delivering a set of songs that bring you along on a sensual and romantic road trip."
Gathered together for the first time on this 5-CD boxset, with a sixty page booklet, are seven of the most essential 'Jazz on Film' recordings made in the French New Wave era between 1957 and 1962.
The set is Vol. 3 in the 'Jazz on Film' box set series
Kenny Burrell has appeared on so many essential jazz recordings that jazz history and his biography seem irretrievably intertwined. Billie Holiday's valedictory rumination Lady Sings the Blues, Jimmy Smith's epochal funk throwdown Back at the Chicken Shac
Inspired by Gunther Schuller's improvisatory convergence of classical music and jazz, David Chesky's 'Jazz in the New Harmonic' brings a new perspective to Schuller's idea of Third Stream. A phenomenal lineup joins Chesky on piano: Javon Jackson on tenor