Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Ken_McAlinden, Apr 27, 2015.
Recorded in Brussels 1958
Benny Goodman - Benny Goodman Yale Archives: Volume 3: Big Band In Europe
Thanks, got very lucky. Went to check out one title and found they had this entire lot. There are actually more still there if I can recover from this purchase. Came from a Dj collection..
Bass – Michael Bisio
Piano – Matthew Shipp
Viola – Mat Maneri
Midweek Miles . . .
1969/2019 (RSD Black Friday) Get On Down – GET51279-LP
It is the original label design.
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Into my morning
The Oscar Peterson Trio With Milt Jackson – Very Tall
Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab – UDCD 655
Original Master Recording –
CD, Album, Reissue, 24kt Gold Plated
Swinging West Coast Jazz today
Pacific Jazz PJ-51 "Somethin' Special" - Richard "Groove" Holmes & Les McCann" - Ⓒ 1962 World-Pacific Records - recorded at Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, CA, April 1962 - Engineer: Richard Bock
NOCTURNE - CHARLIE HADEN (Verve) CD
Joe Lavano, David Sanchez (tenor sax), Gonzalo Rubalcaba (piano), Pat Metheny (guitar), Federico Britos Ruiz (violin), Charle Haden (double bass), Ignacio Berroa (drums) - Recorded 2000.
Another pleasant, easy on the ear album from Charlie Haden. It is the fifth disc from his 5 Original Albums box, released on Decca/Verve Records by Universal, France. All discs are individually presented in single carboard sleeves and have replica original LP/CD front images. The back of all sleeves do not copy the original design. Instead we get an easy to read track list, and along the bottom the artists involved and the recording/studio information is given.
"let freedom ring" - Jackie McLean (Blue Note) CD
Alto Saxophone – Jackie McLean, Bass – Herbie Lewis, Drums – Billy Higgins, Piano – Walter Davis, Jr.
Recorded 1962. "All transfers from analog to digital were made at 24-bit resolution". CD re-issued in 2003 with remastering by RVG.
(CD United Artists Blue Note Europe Press 7243 5 38227 2 9) 2002 .... recorded September 17th, 1962 @ Sound Makers, New York City .... Duke Ellington (p) + Charles Mingus (b) + Max Roach (dr) .... finally escaped from my daily "money jungle" in the office and thought this classic would be a fitting tranquilizer .... great choice, although calming does not work that way - adventurous and mind blowing music even after all these years ....
Elmo Hope, Donald Byrd, Hank Mobley, John Coltrane, Paul Chambers, Philly Joe Jones – Informal Jazz (1956)
BOOKER ERVIN / THE BLUES BOOK / PRESTIGE / 1964 / US FIRST MONO PRESSING PR 7340 LP
Charles Lloyd, Anders Jormin, Billy Hart, Bobo Stenson – The Call (1993)
Joe Henderson, Elvin Jones, Kenny Dorham, McCoy Tyner, Richard Davis – In 'N Out (1964)
Elvin Jones, Jimmy Garrison, Joe Farrell – Puttin' It Together (1968)
Taylor Ho Bynum :: cornet
Jim Hobbs :: alto saxophone
Bill Lowe :: tuba, bass trombone
Mary Halvorson :: guitar
Ken Filiano :: bass
Tomas Fujiwara :: drums
Mary's on fire here.
(CD Columbia Legacy Austrian Press C4K 87106) 2003 .... recorded "live" April 21st + 22nd, 1961 (two sets each night) @ The Blackhawk San Francisco .... Miles Davis (tp) + Hank Mobley (ts) + Wynton Kelly (p) + Paul Chambers (b) + Jimmy Cobb (dr) .... after recurring airplay over the years I`m positive these performances are underappreciated .... obviously the alleged ill-treatment by Miles Davis didn`t help help Hank Mobley `s reputation but this completely overshadows the fact how admirably he held his own and performed within this well-oiled working band .... timeless music indeed ....
(LP Blue Note King Record Japan "Blue Note Masterpiece Selection 150" GXK-8078) 1978 .... recorded February 3rd + 24th, 1966 @ Van Gelder Studio Englewood Cliffs .... Wayne Shorter (ts) + Herbie Hancock (p) + Reginald Workman (b) + Joe Chambers (dr) .... a well known Blue Note classic with Wayne Shorter firmly in the driving seat both as composer and performer .... and a opportunity to marvel about the capabilities of Reginald Workman - a true bass giant for sure .... reliable aka beautiful King Record Japan vinyl edition ....
More from the AUREX Festivals in Japan
Warner Bros. P-11317 Jaco Pastorius Big Band at AUREX Festival, Japan '82 "Twins I" - Recorded September 1982 - Engineers: Brian Risner / Yoshihisa Watanabe / Yutaka Tomioka
Langston Hughes / Charles Mingus/ Leonard Feather - Weary Blues
Arranged By – Charles Mingus (tracks: 8 to 15), Leonard Feather (tracks: 1 to 7)
Bass – Charles Mingus (tracks: 8 to 15), Milt Hinton (tracks: 1 to 7)
Drums – Kenny Dennis (tracks: 8 to 15), Osie Johnson (tracks: 1 to 7)
Engineer – Val Valentin
Piano – Al Williams (4) (tracks: 1 to 7), Horace Parlan (tracks: 8 to 15)
Producer, Liner Notes – Leonard Feather
Remastered By – Tom "Curly" Ruff*
Tenor Saxophone – Shafi Hadi (tracks: 8 to 15)
Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Sam (The Man) Taylor* (tracks: 1 to 7)
Trombone – Jimmy Knepper (tracks: 8 to 15), Vic Dickenson (tracks: 1 to 7)
Trumpet – Red Allen* (tracks: 1 to 7)
Vocals – Langston Hughes
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