The Jazz Beat

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Ken_McAlinden, Apr 27, 2015.

  1. fuse999

    fuse999 Forum Resident

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    Horace Silver and The Jazz Messengers (1956) I have a 24/192 file from the Blue Note (Astell&Kern 75th Anniversary Box Set) which has a very definite analog quality to it.

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  2. Jackie P

    Jackie P Music Is My Occupation

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    ALL 5 Horace Silver I have listened to over the past day or two are from this exceptionally good value 5CD box set -

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    5 ORIGINAL ALBUMS - HORACE SILVER (Blue Note) 5CD

    Made in the EU / Universal Music Italia

    I already had stand alone editions of Doin' The Thing & Further Explorations and needed to get hold of the other three titles so this budget box fitted the bill perfectly.

    The sound on all discs is superb. There are no sleeve notes or booklet and as long as you don't mind a few errors like some inaccurate recording dates and the fact that all individual replica cardboard sleeves have a thin gray/green band round the edge (no big deal) this release will not disappoint.

    All things considered I have no hesitation recommending this recent release to anyone missing out on any of these titles.


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  3. Soulpope

    Soulpope Common one

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    (CD Storyville Records STCD 8278) 1997 .... recorded December 29th, 1975 @ Rosenberg Studio Copenhagen, Denmark .... Warne Marsh (ts) + Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen (b) + Al Levitt (dr) .... cool toned Warne Marsh utterly blossoms in this sparse setting and Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen is an undeniable force throughout .... not to be missed - should be shouted from the rooftops ....
     
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  4. J.A.W.

    J.A.W. Music Addict

    They're all gone now, sadly.
     
  5. ciderglider

    ciderglider Forum Resident

    I saw them at the Warwick Arts Centre this week, and as usual it was a great performance from Tord and his band.

    I prefer their live performances to their studio recordings - live they seem to be a bit more robust. I'll just have to hope that ECM release a live album.
     
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  6. fatwad666

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    Looks like a great set. Did you say there was info on who mastered each disc? I am curious to know if this set is all Ron McMaster-ed or if there are any RVGs? I noticed a few you listed said McMaster.
     
  7. Jackie P

    Jackie P Music Is My Occupation

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    Doin' The Thing - 2006 RVG Remaster
    The Cape Verdean Blues - Ron McMaster
    The Tokyo Blues - no info
    Silver's Serenade - 20 Bit | Ron McMaster
    Further Explorations - Ron McMaster (but I reckon it may be a 2007 RVG plus they have given inaccurate recording details on the back of this particular one)
     
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  8. MagicAlex

    MagicAlex Gort Emeritus

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    Tina Brooks - The Waiting Game
    Blue Note (1961)
    TOCJ-66075
    Blue Note Records Presents The Lost Sessions

    Tenor Saxophone – Tina Brooks
    Trumpet – Johnny Coles
    Piano – Kenny Drew
    Bass – Wilbur Ware
    Drums – Philly Joe Jones

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  9. MagicAlex

    MagicAlex Gort Emeritus

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    Jealous! I haven't seen any US tour dates scheduled but hoping they make it this way!
     
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  10. Jackie P

    Jackie P Music Is My Occupation

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    Jukebox Ella | The Complete Verve Singles Volume 1 - Ella Fitzgerald (Verve) 2CD

    Recorded 1956-1967

    It has been too long since I treated myself to some Ella.

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  11. Soulpope

    Soulpope Common one

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    (CD hat Art "hat JAZZ series" hat ART CD 6063) 1990 .... recorded September + October 1969, @ Herrick Chapel Lounge Occidental College, Los Angeles .... Warne Marsh (ts) + Gary Foster (as) + Dave Parlato (b) + John Tirabasso (dr) .... telepathic interplay between Warne Marsh + Gary Foster and Dave Parlato certainly is a helluva bass player .... indispensable music ....

    P.S Nowadays available via this editon (hatOLOGY 603) :

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  12. Soulpope

    Soulpope Common one

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    (LP Prestige Victor Japan "Prestige Jazz Masterpiece Series" SMJ-6533) 1976 .... classic recording ....
     
  13. ohnothimagen

    ohnothimagen I don't suffer fools or trolls gladly...

    If Miles Smiles is my favourite "acoustic" Miles Davis album, Steamin' is a very close second.
     
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  14. MagicAlex

    MagicAlex Gort Emeritus

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    McCoy Tyner - Expansions
    Blue Note (1969)
    TYCJ-81069
    BN Masterworks Series

    Piano – McCoy Tyner
    Trumpet – Woody Shaw
    Tenor Saxophone – Wayne Shorter
    Alto Saxophone – Gary Bartz
    Bass – Herbie Lewis
    Cello – Ron Carter
    Drums – Freddie Waits

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  15. Psychedelic Good Trip

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  16. Soulpope

    Soulpope Common one

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    (LP Prestige Victor Japan "Prestige Jazz Masterpiece Series" SMJ-6532(M)) 1976 .... more "First Quintet" magic .... guaranteed ....
     
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  17. Soulpope

    Soulpope Common one

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    (LP Prestige Victor Japan "Prestige Jazz Masterpiece Series" SMJ-6559(M)) 1976 .... recorded February 7th, 1958 ..... John Coltrane (ts) + Red Garland (p) + Paul Chambers (b) + Art Taylor (dr) ..... more excellence from John Coltrane recorded in course of his late 50`s budding transition period ....
     
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  18. Xabby

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  19. Xabby

    Xabby Forum Resident

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  20. fingerpoppin

    fingerpoppin Forum Resident

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    R.I.P. Roy Hargrove
    Roy Hargrove Quintet - With The Tenors Of Our Time

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  21. Marzz

    Marzz Forum Resident

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    Superb :thumbsup:

    Haven't had much time to listen to music lately, but I'm sneaking this one in this afternoon, inspired by your post ...


    Warne Marsh - All Music (1976)
    Warne Marsh (tenor sax), Lou Levy (piano, electric piano), Fred Atwood (bass), Jake Hanna (drums).

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  22. BKphoto

    BKphoto JazzAllDay


    there isn't a vinyl pressing of this is there...?

    bummer...
     
  23. MagicAlex

    MagicAlex Gort Emeritus

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    Stanley Turrentine - New Time Shuffle
    Blue Note (1967)
    TOCJ-50277
    BNLT 999 Series

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  24. Jackie P

    Jackie P Music Is My Occupation

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    Big Man In A Small Band - Count Basie (ABM) CD

    Credits
    Bass – Rodney Richardson, Walter Page
    Drums – Jo Jones, Shadow Wilson
    Guitar – Freddie Green
    Piano – Count Basie
    Tenor Saxophone – Don Byas, Lester Young
    Trombone – Dickie Wells
    Trumpet – Buck Clayton, Carl Smith, Shad Collins
    Vocals – Jimmy Rushing

    23 selections dated 1936 - 1944 and released under licence

     
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  25. Berthold

    Berthold Forum Resident

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    Thelonious Monk: In Copenhagen 1963

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