Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Ken_McAlinden, Apr 27, 2015.
Wayne Shorter, Elvin Jones, McCoy Tyner, Reggie Workman – Juju (1964)
Can't get enough of Wayne. Easily my fav Blue Note artist.
Wayne Shorter, Curtis Fuller, Herbie Hancock, James Spaulding, Joe Chambers, Ron Carter – Schizophrenia (1967)
The Silver Collection - STAN GETZ AND THE OSCAR PETERSON TRIO (Verve) CD
Bass - Ray Brown
Guitar - Herb Ellis
Piano - Oscar Peterson
Tenor Saxophone - Stan Getz
Recorded 1957 at Capitol studios LA. CD remastered by Dennis Drake
Joe Henderson, Bobby Hutcherson, Cedar Walton, Curtis Fuller, Joe Chambers, Lee Morgan, Ron Carter – Mode for Joe (1966)
Grant Green, Al Harewood, Bob Cranshaw, Bobby Hutcherson, Duke Pearson, Joe Henderson – Idle Moments (1964)
Produced by Bill Evans' manager Helen Keane
Label Tobacco Road - Kenny Burrell Trio "Handcrafted" from the series "American Jazz & Blues History - Vol. 55"
Recorded February 28 & March 01, 1978 - Engineers: Butch Jones & Tony Giovanniello
From the shortlived VSP reissue series (Verve) featuring Stan Getz in various groups
VSP/VSPS "Eloquence" - Stan Getz [compilation] - Engineer: Frank Greewald (rermastering) & Val Valentin
Nobody Else But Me—Stan Getz
A great underrated album of standards that he recorded during the Bossa Nova craze. Here’s That Rainy Day is a beautiful cut off the album.
Charles Lloyd & The Marvels: I Long To See You
Midweek Miles . . .
1960/2013 Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab – MFSL 1-375, Columbia – 88697943791
Dave Bailey, Ben Tucker, Curtis Fuller, Frank Haynes, Kenny Dorham, Tommy Flanagan – Bash! (1961)
ORNETTE COLEMAN / SOMETHING ELSE!!!! - THE MUSIC OF ORNETTE COLEMAN / CONTEMPORARY / 1958 / FIRST US STEREO PRESSING S 7551 LP
Ken McIntyre, Eric Dolphy, Art Taylor, Sam Jones, Walter Bishop Jr. – Looking Ahead (1960)
(CD Columbia Legacy 88697 94053 2) 2011 .... recorded October/November 1967 .... Miles Davis (tp) + Wayne Shorter (ts) + Herbie Hancock (p) + Ron Carter (b) + Tony Williams (dr) .... thought about the "2nd Quintet" therefore re-playing CD3 (recorded 11/6/67 at Paris Jazz Festival Salle Pleyel Paris) .... Wayne Shorter has fabulous solo performances and Tony Williams fuels the band with accentuated energy .... excellent sound via the well restored "bootleg" CD edition ....
Art Pepper – Live In Japan Vol. 2 - The Summer Knows
Label: Storyville – STCD 4129
Format: CD, Album, Reissue
Alto Saxophone – Art Pepper
Bass – Bob Magnusson
Drums – Carl Burnett
Piano – Milcho Leviev
1 Caravan 12:55
2 The Trip 10:29
3 The Summer Knows 8:23
4 Red Car 14:47
I love these late, live Pepper dates. Plenty of stretching out and great playing by various lesser-known artists (at least to me). Drummer Burnett lays down some low-key shuffle on Pepper's The Trip which I really enjoyed.
Booker Ervin: The Blues Book
"the KID" and "the BRUTE" - ILLINOIS JACQUET | BEN WEBSTER (Clef/Verve) CD
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Vocals, Percussion – Illinois Jacquet
Baritone Saxophone – Leo Parker / Cecil Payne
Double Bass – Al Lucas
Congas, Vocals – Chano Pozo
Drums – Osie Johnson / Shadow Wilson
Piano – Johnny Acea
Tenor Saxophone – Ben Webster
Trombone – Matthew Gee
Trumpet – Russell Jaquet
9 tracks recorded 1953. 6 tracks recorded 1954. Ben Webster only features on two lengthy tracks here and they were both recorded in 1954. Basically this CD compilation covers two different sessions involving three different line-ups.
All six 1953 tracks (bar one) were originally issued on the 10" Clef LP JAZZ BY JACQUET. The extra track on the CD is a 78 RPM version of 'On Your Toes'.
The 2017 CD edition was re-issued in cardboard gatefold sleeve. There is a great sound on all tracks but no mastering credits are given. The original CD was released on as part of the Verve Elite series and I guess the mastering here is a straight re-issue of that.
This is an excellent compilation which over the last year has impressed me more and more with each and every listen.
Charlie Parker Memorial (1955). A real treasure. Even the false takes are gold.
Bass – Curley Russell, Tommy Potter
Drums – Max Roach
Piano – Bud Powell, Duke Jordan, John Lewis
Trumpet – Miles Davis
Randy Weston - Little Niles
from: Disc 1, Session (A) of Randy Weston Mosaic Select 4
Randy Weston, piano; Melba Liston, trombone; Idrees Sulieman/ Ray Copeland, trumpet;
Johnny Griffin, tenor sax; George Joyner (a.k.a. Jamil Nasser), bass; Charlie Persip, drums (timpani on trk 7 only);
Arranged by Melba Liston.
1 Earth Birth 2:50
2 Little Susan 3:22
3 Nice Ice 2:54
4 Little Niles 5:58
5 Pam's Waltz 3:12
6 Babes Blues 6:55
7 Let's Climb A Hill 5:50
My japanese 12" reissue of CLEF MG C-680 from August 01, 1993 (new Cat# VERVE POJJ-1555) contains the following 6 tracks:
I wrote this for kid / Sapph / Mambocito mio / The kid and the brute / September song / Jaquet's Dilemma
Cover is the same. Recording date is given as 1954-12-13.
Earlier this morning,
Marcus Belgrave - Gemini II (1974) (Tribe)
Roland Alexander (with Marcus Belgrave) - Pleasure Bent (1961) (New Jazz)
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