The Jazz Beat

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

  1. jbg

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  2. J.A.W.

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  3. SJR

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    Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus and Max Roach record Money Jungle on this day at Sound Makers Studios in New York City, September 17, 1962.

    This is the recent Tone Poet release . . .

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    1962/2020 Blue Note ‎– B0031461-01, United Artists Jazz‎–UAJS 15017
    Blue Note Tone Poet Series – KPG&JH@CA
     
  4. BroJB

    BroJB Hey man, is that FREEDOM ROCK?

    Duke really was something. He could make credible records with Louis Armstrong or Coleman Hawkins one day, and then hang with Mingus and Roach the next.
     
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  5. SJR

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    He certainly was. An incredible artist.
     
  6. Jackie P

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    A recent purchase.

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    THE DUKE BOX - DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA (Storyville) 8CD

    8CD long-box with 40 page illustrated booklet.

    Over 8 hours of music recorded between 1940-1949. Subtitled "Duke Ellington in the Forties".

    Released in a long box style with booklet

    CD1 Total time: 58:19
    CD2 Total time: 77:24
    CD3 Total time: 76:56
    CD4 Total time: 67:06
    CD5 Total time: 55:29
    CD6 Total time: 57:53
    CD7 Total time: 71:20
    CD8 Total time: 70:57

    Among the sessions included in this collection -
    THE DUKE AT FARGO 1940
    DUKE ELLINGTON AT THE HOLLYWOOD EMPIRE
    DUKE ELLINGTON AT THE HURRICANE
    DUKE ELLINGTON AT CARNEGIE HALL December 11, 1943

    It will take some time to get into all of this feast of 1940s Ellington sessions.

     
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  7. SJR

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    It’s Cornbread for breakfast! This killer session was recorded September 18, 1965.

    This is the Tone Poet release from last year . . .

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    1965/2019 Blue Note ‎– BST 84222, Blue Note ‎– BLP 4222
    Blue Note Tone Poet Series – KPG@CA
     
  8. Jackie P

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    @ THE VILLAGE VANGUARD - FRED HERSCH TRIO '97 (Palmetto) CD

    Bass – Drew Gress / Drums – Tom Rainey / Piano – Fred Hersch

    Recorded at the Village Vanguard in New York City on July 18, 1997. Issued in gatefold cardboard sleeve.

    Fred Hersch Trio & Fred Hersch Solo albums have been one of this years great discoveries for me. This is another impressive live album and yet another release that was recorded at "The Village Vanguard".
     
  9. Radio

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    I'm gonna guess that's not available on streaming services or CD.
     
  10. SJR

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  11. SJR

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    Alternately fiery and tranquil, the tour-de-force landmark avant / free-jazz Kulu Sé Mama — the last album released during John Coltrane's lifetime . . .

    Warning: Not for everyone!

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    1966/1967 (US) Impulse! ‎– AS-9106, Impulse! ‎– A-9106 VAN GELDER
     
  12. cds23

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    New records...

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  13. Jackie P

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    COLTRANE - John Coltrane (OJC/Prestige) CD

    Great to hear to this classic again.
     
  14. Jackie P

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    "The great Bud Powell" - Bob Dylan (lyric from 'Murder Most Foul')

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    The Amazing Bud Powell (Volume One) - BUD POWELL (Blue Note) CD
    Recorded at WOR Studios, New York City on August 8, 1949 (#1-11) and May 1, 1951 (#12-20)
    20 track RVG 24-bit remastered CD also includes 9 alternate versions & booklet.

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    the amazing bud Powell - 10" Blue Note LP edition with 8 tracks.
     
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  15. SJR

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    Happy birthday to legendary jazz saxophonist and composer, the great John Coltrane — born September 23, 1926.

    In celebration, I’m spinning this stellar AP pressing of Trane’s first session as leader . . .

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    1957/2012 Analogue Productions ‎– APRJ 7105, Prestige ‎– LP 7105
    The Prestige Mono Series – KPG@CA
     
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  16. fingerpoppin

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    The Complete Hank Mobley Blue Note Sessions 1963 - 70

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  17. Dapper Zoom

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    This is some great music. Dreamy, spacey, and classically influenced, even by the usual ECM standards. I enjoy the piano of Florian Weber as much as the trumpet playing of Markus.

    I'm a fan of Markus, not so much of his father Karlheinz Stockhausen, but am not very familiar with Florian Weber's work. I'd love to hear recommendations from anyone familiar.
     
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  19. Jackie P

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    MØNK - THELONIOUS MONK
    (Gearbox) CD
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    Double Bass – John Ore / Drums – Frankie Dunlop / Piano – Thelonious Monk/ Tenor Saxophone – Charlie Rouse

    Recorded live on 5th March 1963 at Odd Fellow Palaeet, Copenhagen, Denmark.

    CD issued in 2018 a single cardboard sleeve with the words still hard boppin' printed on the side/spine of sleeve. There is also a pull out page with technical recording details and Stephen Graham's memories of the night of the concert.

    This is a remarkable concert, the sound quality is exceptional, and the disc is a must have for anyone, especially Monk collectors.


    "This music is modernist, bluesy, soulful, weird, and so damn swinging" - sleeve note from Ethan Iverson.

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  20. ECM 1140 - Gary Burton & Chick Corea " Duet" - rec. 1979 -

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  21. Progressive 7014 - Buddy De Franco Quintet "Like Someone In Love" - rec. 1977 - Engineer: Fred Miller
    Featuring: Tal Farlow (g)


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  22. Jackie P

    Jackie P Music Is My Occupation

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    THE CHASE IS ON - Charlie ROUSE / Paul QUINICHETTE (Bethlehem/Solid) CD
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    Charlie Rouse & Paul Quinichette (tenor sax), Wynton Kelly & Hank Jones (piano), Freddie Green (guitar), Wendell Marshall (bass), Ed Thigpen (drums)

    Great sound and great music recorded over a number of sessions in 1957. CD issued in Japan as part of the Bethlehem Album Collection 1000 series. Remastering by Toshiyuki Abe, Verse Music Group - 2013. There is an eight page booklet included - six of the pages are in Japanese.

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  23. Jackie P

    Jackie P Music Is My Occupation

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    Revisiting these remarkable live sessions once again!

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    people time | STAN GETZ | KENNY BARRON (Gitanes/EmArcy) 2CD

    Stan (tenor sax) & Kenny (piano) digitally recorded live in March 1991 at the Café Montmartre, Copenhagen & mastered at A&M Studios, Hollywood, California. There are 14 lengthy tracks on this 2CD release - issued in France by Polygram in fat boy case with 28 page booklet.
     

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