Ah, but Pops knew to leave us always wanting a little bit more!
Lee Morgan and Wayne Shorter, two of the most incisive and arresting soloists in modern jazz, made for one of the greatest trumpet/saxophone front lines in the music's history. Morgan was an established, new-star 20-year-old, hailed ...
I hadn't seen Wallace in at least a decade. Powerfully engaged by the two emerging masters, he sounded as expressive and full-throated as ever riding the harmonic edge of several standards and a trio of originals
The Rolling Stones agreed to appear on Shindig! only if Wolf or Muddy Waters were also booked. Wolf was available, and he made the most of it; his finger-wagging, tail-shaking, harmonica-wailing performance of "How Many More Years" ranks as one of the greatest moments in television history.