Traditional Jazz/Swing

Larry Willis

The Redwine Trio - Baby Won't You Please Come Home
Take a classical clarinet virtuoso with a Louisiana-bred, lifelong passion for traditional jazz. Add a gypsy trained, died-in-the-wool Django-style guitarist plus the East Coast’s premier bassist for swing and blues. more...
John Previti

John Previti Quartet - Swinging Lullabyes For My Rosetta
Quietly cooking melodic jazz and swing favs led by the rock-solid bassist who also ably anchored our Joe Stanley and John Cocuzzi sessions. Previti made history for 18 years backing up guitar giant Danny Gatton. more...
John Cocuzzi

John Cocuzzi Quintet - Swingin' And Burnin'
I love the real deal, the old Fats Waller, Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw 78s from the swing era. This clarinet-vibes combo came burning to play—you hear it in the foot-tapping bounce of “Cheek to Cheek,” in the bluesy pain that permeates “Black and Blue.” more...
Bob Willoughby

Bob Willoughby - Blues, Booze & Oldtimey Soul
Willoughby’s piano has the most soulful, blues-drenched swing I’ve ever heard. And his singing matches—a gravelly, boozey voice right smack between Tom Waits and Dr. John. more...
J Street Jumpers

J Street Jumpers - Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby
The Jumpers have been a staple of the vital East Coast swing dance scene for over a decade. They exude the jitterbug beat of Harlem, the LA jump blues of the ’50s, and the soulful raunch of N’Orleans R&B. Throw in the sultry momma-wouldn’t-approve vocals of Marianna. What’cha got? more...