Some articles on jazz instrumental performance, instrumental, jazz:
... out of which he has won 18 Year Award Album/song 1976 Best jazz instrumental performance, group No Mystery (with Return to Forever) 1977 Best ... Year Award Album/song 2007 Best instrumental album The Enchantment (with Bela Fleck) 2011 Best instrumental album Forever (with Stanley Clarke and Lenny White) His 1968 album Now He Sings, Now He Sobs ...
... Title Genre Label Result Notes 1986 Best Jazz Instrumental Performance - Group Black Codes From The Underground Jazz Columbia Winner with Wynton Marsalis. 1987 Best Jazz Instrumental Performance - Group J Mood Jazz Columbia Winner with Wynton Marsalis. 1988 Best Jazz Instrumental Performance - Group Marsalis Standard Time - Volume 1 Jazz Columbia Winner with Wynton Marsalis ...
... Count Basie Grammy Award history Year Category Title Genre Results 1982 Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Big Band Warm Breeze Jazz Winner 1984 Best Jazz Instrumental Performance ...
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