Posts Tagged ‘David Sanborn’

Groovin’ Around The Bay – 11/10/2012

There is so much great music in the Bay Area, that I needed to let you know about just a few of the happenings this weekend. My Picks for the Weekend: David Sanborn at Yoshi’s Oakland – Shows tonight and Sunday. I got to hear Mr. Sanborn and his band last night and they were […]

Summer is not over yet…

Earlier this evening, I saw Latin Jazz singer Isaac Delgado with Freddy Cole at Yoshi’s Oakland. They were excellent. Delgado’s latest release, L-O-V-E, celebrates the music of Nat King Cole and features Freddy Cole on several songs. The great duo will be performing through Sunday. Yoshi’s Oakland and San Francisco have lots of great shows […]

The Saturday Edition

Remembering Percy Heath – This photo was taken of legendary bassist Percy Heath at the 45th Monterey Jazz Festival in 2002 after an interview that he and his brothers, Jimmy and Albert “Tootie” Heath, did with Orrin Keepnews. Percy, who passed recently, was the last living member of the Modern Jazz Quartet. The new Lizz […]

Flashback Friday – Bob James & David Sanborn – Double Vision

I had been enjoying the music of keyboardist Bob James and saxophonist David Sanborn for a few years before they joined forces on the Double Vision album in 1986. This outstanding collaboration was a top seller and brought them each a Grammy award. The tracks “Maputo” and “More Than Friends”, both written by Marcus Miller, […]