Jazz version of CFE Bach-s rondo espressivo
The L.A. Four (or The L.A. 4) was a jazz quartet that performed in Los Angeles California from 1974 to 1982. Its members were guitarist Laurindo Almeida, saxophonist and flutist Bud Shank, bassist Ray Brown, and drummer Shelly Manne, replaced by Jeff Hamilton after 1977. They performed a mixture of straight-ahead jazz on the "cool" side, influenced by European Classical music, and bossa nova and samba (Almeida was born in Brazil). They recorded nine albums before disbanding. Chuck Flores was the group's original drummer but did not record with them.

1977

Jazz / Bossa Nova / Contemporary Jazz / Post Bop

Larry Young
Lawrence Of Newark

Wynton Marsalis
Think Of One

Schema Sextet
Lotar / Before Ten O'Clock (Tribute To Basso / Valdambrini)

Wynton Marsalis
Black Codes

Marcus Roberts
The Truth Is Spoken Here

Oliver Nelson
More Blues And The Abstract Truth

Bill Frisell
Have A Little Faith

Abdullah Ibrahim
African Sun

Mark Turner (2)
Dharma Days