domingo, 26 de Setembro de 2010

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers: At the Cafe Bohemia 1955


Recorded live at the Cafe Bohemia in New York City on November 23, 1955

Kenny Dorham - Trumpet
Hank Mobley - Tenor Saxophone
Horace Silver - Piano
Doug Watkins - Bass
Art Blakey - Drums

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers: At the Cafe Bohemia (Vol.1)

01. - Announcement By Art Blakey (1:32)
02. - Soft Winds (12:34)
03. - The Theme (6:09)
04. - Minor's Holiday (9:13)
05. - Alone Together (4:15)
06. - Prince Albert (8:51)
07. - Lady Bird (7:30)
08. - What's New (4:31)
09. - Deciphering The Message (10:13)

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers: At the Cafe Bohemia (Vol.2)

01. - Announcement by Art Blakey (0:37)
02. - Sportin' Crowd (6:53)
03. - Like Someone in Love (9:15)
04. - Yesterdays (4:18)
05. - Avila & Tequila (12:46)
06. - I Waited For You (9:47)
07. - Just One for Those Things (9:27)
08. - Hank's Symphony (4:43)
09. - Gone With The Wind (7:27)

: At the Cafe Bohemia (Vol.1) : part 1 .:. part 2

: At the Cafe Bohemia (Vol.2) : part 1 .:. part 2

Miles Davis Quintet at the Blackhawk 1961

Miles Davis, San Francisco, 1961
© LEIGH WIENER, 1961

Miles Davis's two-night stand at The Blackhawk in San Francisco marked a watershed in jazz history, a seminal event transforming the American musical landscape. Davis had never been recorded live in a club with his combo and the performances over the course of two sets a night on April 21 and 22, 1961 more than justify the legend. The New York Times, in its review of the Columbia Records release of the complete Blackhawk shows, called the music "the gold standard for straight-ahead, postwar jazz rhythm." Leigh Wiener's shot of the club bathed in the neon and streetlights seductively hints at the promise of the music just behind the door.

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Miles Davis - In Person Friday And Saturday Nights At The Blackhawk (1961)

Miles Davis - In Person Friday And Saturday Nights At The Blackhawk
- Complete (1961)
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Recorded live at the Blackhawk in S. Francisco on April 21-22, 1961

Miles Davis (tp) Hank Mobley (ts) Wynton Kelly (p) Paul Chambers (b) Jimmy Cobb (d)

Disc: 1
1. Oleo
2. No Blues
3. Bye Bye (Theme)
4. If I Were A Bell
5. Fran Dance
6. On Green Dolphin Street
7. The Theme

Disc: 2
1. All Of You
2. Neo
3. I Thought About You
4. Bye Bye Blackbird
5. Walkin'
6. Love, I Found You

Disc: 3
1. If I were A Bell
2. So What
3. No BLues
4. On Green Dolphin Street
5. Walkin'
6. 'Round Midnight
7. Well You Needn't
8. The Theme

Disc: 4
1. Autumn Leaves
2. Neo Listen Listen
3. Two Bass Hit
4. Bye Bye (Theme)
5. Love, I've Found You
6. I Thought About You
7. Someday My Prince Will Come
8. Softly As In A Morning Sunrise

:: The Complete Blackhawk Sessions ::

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quarta-feira, 22 de Setembro de 2010

Miles Davis Quintet at the Blackhawk, SF 1957

Shelly Manne and His Men - At The Black Hawk 1959

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Recorded at the Black Hawk, San Francisco, in September 22, 23, 24, 1959

Shelly Manne - drums
Richie Kamuca - saxophone tenor
Joe Gordon - trumpet
Victor Feldman - piano
Monty Budwig - bass

At The Black Hawk, vol.1
1. Summertime
2. Our Delight
3. Poinciana
4. Blue Daniel
5. Blue Daniel — (previously unreleased, alternate version, bonus track)
6. Theme: A Gem From Tiffany

At The Black Hawk, vol.2
1. Step Lightly
2. What's New?
3. Vamp's Blues
4. Step Lightly — (previously unreleased, alternate version)
5. Theme: A Gem From Tiffany

At The Black Hawk, vol.3
I Am in Love 12:22
2 Whisper Not 10:04
3 Black Hawk Blues 19:20
4 Whisper Not [alternate take] 12:25

At The Black Hawk, vol.4
1. Cabu ~ Shelly Manne & His Men
2. Just Squeeze Me
3. Nightingale
4. Theme: A Gem From Tiffany
5. Cabu - (previously unissued alternate)

At The Black Hawk, vol.5
1. How Deep Are The Roots
2. This Is Always
3. Wonder Why - (trio)
4. Eclipse Of Spain
5. Pullin' Strings
6. Theme: A Gem From Tiffany

At The Black Hawk, vol.1 - 335 MB
PART1 * PART2 * PART3 * PART4
MIRROR
PART1 * PART2 * PART3 * PART4


At The Black Hawk, vol.2 - 355 MB
PART1 * PART2 * PART3 * PART4
MIRROR
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At The Black Hawk, vol.3 - 300 MB
PART1 * PART2 * PART3 * PART4
MIRROR
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At The Black Hawk, vol.4 - 367 MB
PART1 * PART2 * PART3 * PART4
MIRROR
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At The Black Hawk, vol.5 - 286 MB
PART1 * PART2 * PART3
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terça-feira, 21 de Setembro de 2010

Charles Mingus at the Bohemia Cafe in 1955

Recorded December 23, 1955 at Cafe Bohemia, NYC

Charles Mingus on Bass Eddie Bert on Trombone George Barrow on Tenor Sax
Mal Waldron on Piano Willie Jones, Jr. on Drums
Special guest Max Roach (everyone) on "Percussion Discussion"

1 - Jump Monk
2 - Serenade In Blue
3 - Percussion Discussion
4 - Work Song
5 - Septemberly
6 - All The Things You C-Sharp
(previously unissued alternate takes)
7 - Jump Monk
8 - All The Things You C-Sharp

Released originally on Debut Records

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sábado, 18 de Setembro de 2010

Paul Desmond - Like Someone In Love (1975)


Recorded Live at the Bourbon Street Jazz Club, Toronto, Canada, March 25, 1975

Personnel:
Paul Desmond - Alto Saxophone
Ed Bickert - Guitar
Don Thompson - Double Bass
Jerry Fuller - Drums

1. Just Squeeze Me (Duke Ellington/Lee Gaines) 8:45
2. Tangerine (Johnny Mercer/Victor Schertzinger) 9:46
3. Meditation (Norman Gimbel/Antonio Carlos Jobim/Newton Mendonзa) 10:59
4. Nuages (Jacques Larue/Django Reinhardt) 10:37
5. Like Someone in Love (Johnny Burke/Jimmy Van Heusen) 9:50
6. Things Ain't What They Used to Be (Mercer Ellington/Ted Persons) 11:11

:: Like Someone In Love ::

Ahmad Jamal at the Blackhawk 1962


Recorded at the Blackhawk in San Francisco, November 1961.

Ahmad Jamal Trio with Israel Crosby (bass) and Vernell Fournie (drums)

1. I'll Take Romance / My Funny Valentine
2. Like Someone In Love
3. Falling In Love With Love 

4. The Best thing For you 

5. April In Paris 

6. The Second Time Around 

7. We Live In Two Different Worlds

8. Night Mist Blues


LP RECORDCadet 1962

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quarta-feira, 8 de Setembro de 2010

Thelonious Monk Quartet Plus Two At The Blackhawk 1960


Recorded live on April 29, 1960 at The Blackhawk in San Francisco.

Thelonious Monk – piano
John Ore - bass
Harold Land - tenor saxophone
Charlie Rouse - tenor saxophone
Billy Higgins - drums
John Gordon - trumpet

Tracklist
"Let's Call This" – 8:33
"Four in One" – 8:41
"I'm Getting Sentimental Over You" (George Bassman, Ned Washington) – 6:14
"San Francisco Holiday (Worry Later)" – 9:10
"'Round Midnight" (Monk, Cootie Williams, Bernie Hanighen) – 12:07
"Epistrophy" – 0:59

Riverside Records
:: At The Blackhawk ::

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terça-feira, 7 de Setembro de 2010

Kenny Dorham – The Complete ‘Round About Midnight At The Cafe Bohemia (1956)

Kenny Dorham - Complete 'Round About Midnight At The Cafe Bohemia (1956) 2CD
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Taken from multiple sets on May 31, 1956 At The Cafe Bohemia in NYC.


Tracks:
CD 1

1. K.D.'s Blues (10:41)
2. Autumn In New York (4:38)
3. Monaco [alternate take] (5:33)
4. N.Y. Theme (5:39)
5. K.D.'s Blues (9:30)
6. Hill's Edge (8:16)
7. A Night In Tunisia (9:31)
8. Who Cares? [alternate take] (4:59)
9. Royal Roost (8:41)
CD 2
1. Mexico City (6:02)
2. 'Round About Midnight (7:44)
3. Monaco (6:37)
4. Who Cares? (6:21)
5. My Heart Stood Still (7:49)
6. Riffin' (7:50)
7. Mexico City [alternate take] (6:33)
8. The Prophet (6:20)

Personnel:
Kenny Dorham (trumpet)
J.R. Monterose (tenor sax)
Bobby Timmons (piano)
Kenny Burrell (guitar)
Sam Jones (bass)
Arthur Edgehill (drums)

320

:: part1 : part2 ::
During the spring and summer of 1956, trumpeter Kenny Dorham recorded two studio albums with his Jazz Prophets, a small hard bop band involving tenor saxophonist J.R. Monterose and a rhythm section of pianist Dick Katz, bassist Sam Jones and drummer Arthur Edgehill. On May 31 of that year, Dorham's group performed live at the Café Bohemia with Bobby Timmons at the piano and guitarist Kenny Burrell sitting in on all but the first of four sets. Originally engineered by Rudy Van Gelder and remastered by him in 2001, Blue Note's 2002 double-disc "Complete" Dorham Café Bohemia edition combines every usable track taped during this exceptionally fine evening of live jazz. The word "understated" has sometimes been used to describe the music played by Dorham's band on this night in 1956; this is only appropriate if Dorham is compared with intense individuals like Fats Navarro or Dizzy Gillespie. Dorham's jazz was perhaps more intimate and accessible precisely because his horn had an earthier tone, almost like that of a cornet...

Doin’ The Thing : The Horace Silver Quintet At The Village Gate (1961)

Recorded at the Village Gate, NY on May 19 & 20, 1961.

1. Filthy McNasty – 11:02

2. Doin’ the Thing – 11:16

3. Kiss Me Right – 9:18

4. The Gringo/Cool Eyes (Theme) – 12:03

5. It Ain’t S’posed to Be Like That* – 6:21

6. Cool Eyes* – 3:56

Horace Silver – piano

Blue Mitchell – trumpet

Junior Cook – tenor saxophone

Gene Taylor – bass
Roy Brooks – drums

256

:: Doin’ The Thing ::

Ahmad Jamal – Ahmad’s Blues (1958)

Recorded live at The Spotlite Club, in Washington, D.C. on September 6, 1958.

1. Ahmad’s Blues

2. It Could Happen to You

3. I Wish I Knew

4. Autumn Leaves

5. Stompin’ at the Savoy

6. Cheek to Cheek

7. The Girl Next Door

8. Secret Love

9. Squatty Roo

10. Taboo

11. Autumn in New York

12. A Gal in Calico

13. That’s All

14. Should I?

15. Seleritus
16. Let’s Fall in Love

Ahmad Jamal – piano

Israel Crosby – bass

Vernel Fournier – drums

320

:: Ahmad’s Blues ::

quinta-feira, 2 de Setembro de 2010

Chet Baker Trio - Live In Montmartre (1979)


On October 4, 1979 Chet Baker played an excellent gig in Copenhagen.
From that concert, Steeplechase issued these 3 CD’s of over 2 1/2 hours of music.




Recorded live at Montmartre Cafe Jazzhuss, Copenhagen Oct 4, 1979

Chet Baker - trumpet and vocals
Doug Raney - guitar
Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen - bass

Live In Montmartre Vol.1 - Daybreak
Tracks:
1. For Minors Only (J.Heath) 6:28
2. Daybreak (H.Carmichael) 11:24
3. You Can't Go Home (D.Sebesky) 11:04
4. Broken Wing (R.Beirach) 8:01
5. Down (M.Davis) 11:04


Live In Montmartre Vol.2 - This Is Always
Tracks:
1. How Deep Is The Ocean (I.Berlin) 11:17
2. House Of Jade (W.Shorter) 7:43
3. Love For Sale (C.Porter) 10:31
4. This Is Always (O.Coleman) 9:15
5. Way To Go Out (previously unissued) (S.Urso) 10:03


Live In Montmartre Vol.3 - Someday My Prince Will Come
Temas / Tracks:
1. Gnid (T.Dameron) 8:33
2. Lover Vibrations (H.Silver) 9:51
3. Sad Walk (B.Zieff) 10:41
4. Someday My Prince Will Come (Chuechill-Morey) 7:48
5. I'm Old Fashioned (Kern-Mercer) 7:25
6. In Your Own Sweet Way (D.Brubeck) 10:12

MP3 ~ 320Kbps
:: 1 - Daybreak ::
:: 2 - This Is Always ::
:: 3 - Someday My Prince Will Come part1 : part2 ::


The Cannonball Adderley Sextet in New York (1962)

Recorded at the Village Vanguard on January 12 and 14, 1962.

The intro is very cool, Cannonball explains why this was the first live LP he recorded in NY.

1. Introduction by Cannonball/Gemini (Jimmy Heath) – 13:39

2. Planet Earth (Yusef Lateef) – 7:59
3. Dizzy’s Business (Ernie Wilkins) – 6:59

4. Syn-Anthesia (Lateef) – 7:03

5. Scotch and Water (Joe Zawinul) – 5:56

6. Cannon’s Theme (Sam Jones) – 3:17

Cannonball Adderley – alto saxophone

Nat Adderley – cornet

Yusef Lateef – tenor saxophone, flute, oboe

Joe Zawinul – piano

Sam Jones – bass

Louis Hayes – drums

320

:: The Cannonball Adderley Sextet in New York ::


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Chuck Mangione Quartet – Alive! 1972


Recorded at Ronnie Scott’s in London 1972

1. High Heel Sneakers – 10:54

2. Legend of the One-Eyed Sailor – 11:27

3. St. Thomas – 6:41

4. 60 Miles Young – 12:03

Chuck Mangione – flugelhorn, trumpet, electric piano

Gerry Niewood – tenor & soprano saxophone, flute

Tony Levin – bass

Steve Gadd – drums

320

:: Chuck Mangione Quartet Alive! ::

Bill Harris - Live At Birdland (1952)

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Recorded Live at The Birdland Club New York 1952

TRACKLIST:
1. Lady Be Good
2. You're Blase
3. Perdido
4. Announcement
5. Mean to Me
6. Broadway
7. Announcement
8. Ow
9. Pennies For Heaven
10. Tiny's Blues
11. Cross Country
12. Characteristically, B. H.
13. Mean to Me
14. She's Funny That Way
15. Everything Happens to Me
16. Frustration

LINEUP:
Bill Harris - Valve Trombone
Billy Bauer - Guitar
Flip Phillips - Tenor Saxophone
Horace Silver - Piano
Ralph Burns - Piano
Pete Candoli - Trumpet
Barrett Deems - Drums
Chubby Jackson - Bass
John LaPorta - Clarinet
George Burns - Guitar
Gene Ramey - Bass
Don Abney - Piano
Ray Abrams - Tenor Saxophone
Alvin Burroughs - Drums
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis - Tenor Saxophone
Mickey Folus - Bass Clarinet
Connie Henry - Bass

Miles Davis live at Village Gate Club 1969

Miles Davis (tpt)
Wayne Shorter (ss, ts)
Chick Corea (el-p)
Dave Holland (b)
Jack De Johnette (d)

Track 1 includes:
Introduction 0:07
This (C. Corea) 8:17
Footprints (W. Shorter) 15:32
Miles Runs the Voodoo Down (M. Davis) 15:32
'Round Midnight (B. Hanighen-C. Williams-T. Monk) 4:20
Audience recording

Not sure of the date of this music. Corea, Holland, and De Johnette were in Bell Sound Studios on May 11-13 to record the music released on Corea's Is (Solid State SS 18055) and Sundance (Groove Merchant GM 2202).
The Quintet was busy throughout the first half of 1969, and there were three dates at the Village Gate: April 25-26, May 23-24, and July 29-August 10. During this time other engagements included the Cellar Door, Washington (March 5-10); Duffy's Backstage, Rochester (March 11-17); Village Gate, New York (April 25-26, May 23-24, and July 29-August 10); Plugged Nickel Club, Chicago (June 4-14); Blue Coronet Club, Brooklyn (June 21-29); Morgan State Jazz Festival, Baltimore (June 22); Newport Festival (July 4); Central Park, New York (July 7); Juan-les-Pins Festival, Antibes (July 25-26); Rutgers University Stadium, New Brunswick (July 27); Sheraton Park Hotel, French Lick (French Lick Jazz Festival) (July 31); The Spectrum, Philadelphia (August 15); Grant Park Theater, Chicago (August 22); Crosley Field, Cincinnati (Ohio Jazz Festival) (August 23).

:: Miles Davis live at Village Gate Club ::