Wave - Jobim

We had to start with this one. There's a zillion versions of this tune but my suggestion is for this version with Jobim and Hancock sharing the piano duties:

Crosscurrents - Bill Evans

A whole album broadly dedicated to "crosscurrents" by the great pianist Bill Evans with his trio and Konitz/Marsh on saxophone.

The tide is high - Blondie

This was an inevitable one.

How deep is the ocean -Chet Baker, Philippe Catherine, Riccardo del Fra

Plenty of versions for this standard but here is one of my favourite Chet Baker's formats:

Sand - Keith Jarrett

Wonderful piano solo. 

We dream oceans - David Binney & Ed Simon

David Binney is a spectacular saxophone player and has an entire album entitled "oceanos". Definitely one of us.

Waves - Sam Rivers

An incredible "free" album by a great composer/ saxophone & piano player. The last of the tunes in the cd is appropriately entitled "Surge"

Coastline - Tom Harrell

Fantastic trumpet player/composer leading a stellar band. The tune "Coastline" is part the cd "Trip". Enjoy, this music is amazing.

Ondas - Mike Nock

Mike Nock is a composer/pianist from our very own NZ! He has played in New York with a lot of  big names in the jazz scene and in this cd he is at his best.

Concert by the sea - Erroll Garner

A legendary concert. I am not particularly fond of it but with that title ...

Surfer Blues - Lisa Hilton

 Thanks to Ian Townend for providing thsi amazing cd which also includes the tune "currents". 

On the beach - Neil Young

This tune is one of my favourite from Neil Young.

Entre dos aguas - Paco de Lucia

A flamenco masterpiece: "entre dos aguas"


Pretty crazy sounds but then again ... it's turbulence!