quarta-feira, 23 de junho de 2010

Stan Getz at the Cafe Montmartre 1987

Stan Getz Live at the "Cafe Montmartre", Jazzhus, Copenhagen, Denmark,
Recorded on July 6th 1987, and between March 3rd and 6th 1991.

Stan Getz (tenor saxophone)
Kenny Barron (piano)
Rufus Reid (double bass)
Victor Lewis (drums)

Cafe Montmartre - Anniversary Live 1990

01 El Cahon
02 I Can't Get Started
03 Stella By Starlight
04 Stan's Blues
05 I Thought About You
06 What Is This Thing Called Love?
07 Blood Count

Cafe Montmartre - Serenity 1991

01 On Green Dolphin Street
02 Voyage
03 Falling In Love
04 I Remember You
05 I Love You

Cafe Montmartre (Compilation) 2003

01 People Time
02 I Thought About You
03 Soul Eyes
04 I Can't Get Started
05 I'm Okay
06 Falling In Love
07 I Remember Clifford
08 Blood Count
09 First Song

terça-feira, 15 de junho de 2010

Keith Jarrett At the Blue Note 1995

Keith Jarrett: At the Blue Note
6 cd's box set | MP3 320k | Total Size 1 Gb
Released 1995 | Label ECM 1575 | Full scan

Keith Jarrett : piano
Gary Peacock : bass
Jack DeJohnette : drums

Complete Song Listing:

- Friday June 3rd, 1994 1st Set.
In Your Own Sweet Way / How Long Has This Been Going On / While We're Young /
Partners / No Lonely Nights / Now's The Time / Lament

- Friday June 3rd, 1994 2nd Set.
I'm Old Fashioned / Everything Happens To Me / If I Were A Bell / In The Wee Small
Hours Of The Morning / Oleo / Alone Together / Skylark / Things Ain't What They Used To Be

- Saturday June 4th, 1994 1st Set.
Autumn Leaves / Days of Wine and Roses / Bob-Be / You Don't Know What Love Is /
When I Fall in Love

- Saturday June 4th, 1994 2nd Set.
How Deep Is The Ocean / Close Your Eyes / Imagination / I'll Fall In Love Too Easily / The Fire
Within / Things Ain't What They Used To Be

- Sunday June 5th, 1994 1st Set.
On Green Dophin Street / My Romance / Don't Ever Leave Me / You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To / La Valse Bleue / No Lonely Nights /
Straight, No Chaser

- Sunday June 5th, 1994 2nd Set.
Time After Time / For Heaven's Sake / Partners / Desert Sun / How About You?

Disc 1 part 1 - part 2
Disc 2 part 1 - part 2
Disc 3 part 1 - part 2
Disc 4 part 1 - part 2
Disc 5 part 1 - part 2
Disc 6 part 1 - part 2

In June 1994 over three extraordinary nights at the celebrated Blue Note in New York City, Keith Jarrett's Standards Trio took American jazz to new heights.
Keith Jarrett At The Blue Note - The Complete Recordings (six CDs) captures every tune from every set from every night -
a unique documentation of one of this decade's greatest performances.

domingo, 13 de junho de 2010

The Bill Evans Trio at the Village Vanguard 1961

Bill Evans Trio: Sunday at the Village Vanguard 1961

Bill Evans : Piano
Scott La Faro : Bass
Paul Motian : Drums

1. Gloria's Step (Take 2)
2. Gloria's Step (Take 3)
3. My Man's Gone Now
4. Solar
5. Alice In Wonderland (Take 2)
6. Alice In Wonderland (Take 1)
7. All Of You (Take 2)
8. All Of You (Take 3)
9. Jade Visions (Take 2)
10. Jade Visions (Take 1)

:: Sunday at the Village Vanguard ::
:: Booklet.pdf ::

John Coltrane at the Village Vanguard Again!

Recorded in May 28 of 1966

Impulse! Records

1. "Naima" – 15:08
2. "Introduction to My Favorite Things" – 6:07
3. "My Favorite Things" – 20:21

John Coltrane – soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, flute
Pharoah Sanders – tenor saxophone, flute
Alice Coltrane – piano
Jimmy Garrison – bass
Rashied Ali – drums
Emanuel Rahim – percussion

:: Live at the Village Vanguard Again! ::

Password: coltrane-by-korko

quarta-feira, 9 de junho de 2010

New York's Village Vanguard

The Village Vanguard is a jazz club in Greenwich Village in New York City on 7th Avenue South.
The club opened on February 22, 1935 by Max Gordon (1901-1991).
At first it also featured other forms of music such as folk music and beat poetry, but it switched to an all-jazz format in 1957.

Over 100 jazz albums have been recorded at the venue since the (originally single) album under Sonny Rollins' name in 1957. The two most famous engagements in the club's history are probably those of Bill Evans and John Coltrane, both of which took place in 1961. Wynton Marsalis regularly recorded at the club in the early 1990s; the results were issued in a multi-disc set. Other musicians to release notable albums recorded live at the Village Vanguard include Dexter Gordon, Chris Connor, Keith Jarrett, Woody Shaw, Joe Henderson, and Brad Mehldau.

Since Max Gordon died in 1991, the club has been run by Lorraine Gordon, his widow

segunda-feira, 7 de junho de 2010

Keith Jarrett – Fort Yawuh (1973)

Recorded live at the Village Vanguard.

1. (If the) Misfits (Wear It) – 13:15

2. Fort Yawuh – 18:22

3. De Drums – 12:10

4. Still Life, Still Life – 8:38

5. Roads Traveled, Roads Veiled – 20:36

Keith Jarrett : piano, soprano saxophone, tambourine

Dewey Redman : tenor saxophone, musette, maracas
Charlie Haden : bass

Paul Motian : drums, percussion

Danny Johnson : percussion

His first LP for Impulse! Records. Track 5 was not included on original release.

:: Fort Yawuh :: @192

Tks to Buns O'Plenty

Clifford Brown At The Cotton Club 1956

Lonehill Jazz LHJ10292 (3CD)
Clifford Brown At The Cotton Club 1956 - 320 kbps

Clifford Brown - Max Roach Quintet
Clifford Brown on trumpet
Sonny Rollins on tenor saxophone
Richie Powell at the piano
George Morrow on bass
and The World's Greatest Drummer Max Roach

"I play the trumpet, my name is Clifford Brown."
With these simple and unpretentious words, Brownie introduced himself to the audience of the Cotton Club in Cleveland, Ohio, on May 28, 1956.

May 28 was the opening night of a week-long engagement for the Max Roach-Clifford Brown Quintet, featuring Sonny Rollins on tenor sax, Richie Powell (Bud Powell's younger brother) on piano, and George Morrow on bass. Despite the exceptional talent of the individual band members, the quintet proved to be more than the sum of its parts. The Cleveland Cotton Club performances contained on this package - issued here for the first time ever - were recorded on amateur equipment and include sets played by the quintet on May 28, May 29 and June 1, 1956. As a bonus to these amazing performances, we present another previously unissued set: a radio broadcast by the same quintet coming from the Town Casino, in Buffalo, New York, recorded on February 26, 1956.
Lonehill Jazz. 2007.

1. Introduction
2. Take The "A" Train
3. Darn That Dream
4. Nice Work If You Can Get It
5. Jordu
6. Valse Hot (Incomplete)
7. Introduction by Max Roach into Get Happy
8. Unttled Blues
9. Delilah
10. Lover
11. Lover Man
12. Daahoud
13. What's New
14. I'll Remember April
15. Daahoud
16. 'Round Midnight
17. Blues Walk

pt1 - pt2 - pt3 - pt4