Herbie Hancock - The Sorcerer
Sorcerer is the 7th track on Herbie Hancock’s Album ‘Quartet’. Quartet is the thirty-fourth album by jazz pianist Herbie Hancock, his first with the V.S.O.P. Quartet without Freddie Hubbard and Wayne Shorter.
Herbie Hancock - Piano
Wynton Marsalis - Trumpet
Ron Carter - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums
Vernon Duke - April in Paris
April in Paris is a chart from the 1957 jazz album of the same name by Count Basie. Released on the Verve label, it was recorded in 1955 and 1956. The album is one of the first to include an arrangement by Neal Hefti, who would go on to write many of the Basie band’s most acclaimed songs, including many on the Atomic Basie album.
On this recording, trumpeter Thad Jones played his famous “Pop Goes the Weasel" solo, and Basie directs the band to play the shout chorus "one more time," then "one more once."
Count Basie and His Big Band
Rijeka Crnojevica, Lake Skadar, Montenegro by Europe Trotter
This is beautiful.
Aunque todo eso pase aun te amo.