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Eddie Daniels & Roger Kellaway: Just Friends

Read "Just Friends" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Clarinetist Eddie Daniels and pianist Roger Kellaway are more than just friends; they're musical soulmates, connected in pulse and impulse, focused on the same syncretic sum of sounds and styles, and bound by a telepathic rapport. Both men are virtuosos of the highest order, but that's beside the point. The real measure of their artistic collaborations ...


Just Friends

Featuring the music of Jimmy Bruno & Tyrone Brown
Duration: 4:50

A duo performance by guitarist Jimmy Bruno and bassist Tyrone Brown.

Just Friends

Featuring the music of Jimmy Raney & Cal Collins
Duration: 9:03

Jazz guitar legend Jimmy Raney with Cal Collins (gtr) - who takes the first solo - Tyrone Wheeler (b) and Bruce Morrow (d) at the Actors Theater, Louisville KY, 1987.

Just Friends

Label: Jazzed Media
Released: 2007
Track listing: Perdido; People Time; Secret Love; Spritely; Elegy in Blue; Just Friends.


Just Friends

Featuring the music of Bobby Hutcherson & Milt Jackson
Duration: 7:55

Two great vibraphonists, Milt Jackson and Bobby Hutcherson, team up for this version of "Just Friends". The rhythm section here is Mike LeDonne on piano, Pierre Boussaguet on bass, and Mickey Roker on drums.

Mel Martin / Benny Carter Quintet: Just Friends

Read "Just Friends" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Saxophonist Mel Martin, the lesser known half of this clever musical equation, first met the legendary Benny Carter in 1987 and played alongside him for the first time three years later. This quintet date, recorded live at Yoshi's nightclub in Oakland in April 1994, as Carter was nearing his eighty-seventh birthday, shows why he was able ...


Just Friends

Featuring the music of Supersax
Duration: 3:38

At the 1988 North Sea Jazz Festival, the group Supersax plays Charlie Parker's version of "Just Friends".

Just Friends

Featuring the music of Phil Woods
Duration: 5:25

Phil Woods pays tribute to the famous Charlie Parker w/ Strings recordings in 2001 as he performed a program with a LA string ensemble and rhythm section. Here is a selection from this performance; Just Friends

Just Friends

Label: Mel Bay Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Chasin' the Blues; Two Funky; Sometime Ago; Halley's Comet; Look for the Silver Lining; Samba de Orfeu; It's a Wonderful World; Old Folks; Perdido; Tony's Tune; Just Friends.


Rick Haydon & John Pizzarelli: Just Friends

Read "Just Friends" reviewed by Ken Dryden

Guitarist Rick Haydon, a veteran jazz educator, is not widely known to most jazz fans. On the other hand, John Pizzarelli has established himself by leading his own trio (and appearing in many Foxwoods Casino ads). Following a concert together in 2004, Haydon achieved his goal of recording a tribute to greats of the instrument with ...


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