sábado, 27 de Novembro de 2010

Bill Evans - Turn Out The Stars: The Final Village Vanguard Recordings (1980) [6 CD]



Bill Evans - Turn Out The Stars: The Final Village Vanguard Recordings (1980) [6 CD Box Set]
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© 1996 Warner Bros.


Recorded live at the Village Vanguard, N Y C in June 1980

Bill Evans
piano
Marc Johnson
bass
Joe LaBarbera
drums
CD 1
1. Bill's Hit Tune
2. Nardis
3. If You Could See Me Now
4. The Two Lonely People
5. Laurie
6. My Romance
7. Tiffany
8. Like Someone In Love
9. Letter To Evan
Total Time: 01:09:18

CD 2
1. Days Of Wine And Roses
2. Emily
3. My Foolish Heart
4. Nardis
5. Yet Ne'er Broken
6. Quiet Now
7. But Not For Me
8. Spring Is Here
9. Autumn Leaves
Total Time: 01:02:48

CD 3
1. Your Story
2. Re: Person I Knew
3. Polka Dots And Moonbeams
4. The Two Lonely People
5. Theme From M*A*S*H
6. Tiffany
7. Turn Out The Stars
8. Laurie
9. My Romance
10. Knit For Mary F.
11. Midnight Mood
12. Time Remembered
Total Time: 01:10:23

CD 4
1. Days Of Wine And Roses
2. Up With The Lark
3, Nardis
4. Your Story
5. Yet Ne'er Broken
6. If You Could See Me Now
7. Bill's Hit Tune
8. Tiffany
9. In Your Own Sweet Way
Total Time: 01:08:51

CD 5
1. I Do It For Your Love
2. Five
3. Polka Dots And Moonbeams
4. Bill's Hit Tune
5. Turn Out The Stars
6. Days Of Wine And Roses
7. But Not For Me
8. Knit For Mary F.
9. Like Someone In Love
10. Quiet Now
Total Time: 01:03:52

CD 6
1. Emily
2. Nardis
3. Knit For Mary F.
4. Like Someone In Love
5. Letter To Evan
6. Minha
7. A Sleepin' Bee
8. My Romance/Five
Total Time: 01:01:59


Just three months before his death, pianist BIll Evans was extensively recorded at the Village Vanguard. Originally, one or two LPs were to be released featuring his brilliant new trio (with bassist Marc Johnson and drummer Joe LaBarbera), but after the innovative pianist's death, the project was stalled for over 15 years. Finally, when Warner Bros. got around to it, a definitive six-CD box set was released (although unfortunately in limited-edition form). Evans sounded quite energized during his last year, Johnson was developing quickly as both an accompanist and a soloist, and the interplay by the trio members (with subtle support from LaBarbera) sometimes bordered on the telepathic. The playing throughout these consistently inventive performances ranks up there with the Evans-Scott LaFaro-Paul Motian trio of 20 years earlier.

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Bill Evans at the Village Vanguard in 1961

Bill Evans - The Complete Village Vanguard Recordings, 1961 (2005)
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Recorded live at the Village Vanguard, N Y C on June 25, 1961

Bill Evans
Piano
Scott LaFaro
Bass, Double Bass
Paul Motian
Drums
CD 1
1 Spoken Introduction :43
2 Gloria's Step [alternate take/excerpt] LaFaro 5:41
3 Alice in Wonderland [Take 1] Fain, Hilliard 7:04
4 My Foolish Heart Washington, Young 4:58
5 All of You [Take 1] Porter 8:14
6 Announcement and Intermission 1:44
7 My Romance [Take 1] Hart, Rodgers 7:08
8 Some Other Time Bernstein, Comden, Green 4:58
9 Solar Davis 8:52

CD 2
10 Gloria's Step [Take 2] LaFaro 6:07
11 My Man's Gone Now Gershwin, Heyward 6:20
12 All of You [Take 2] Porter 8:28
13 Detour Ahead [Take 1] Carter, Ellis, Frigo 7:17
14 Discussing Repertoire :30
15 Waltz for Debby [Take 1] Evans, Lees 6:46
16 Alice in Wonderland [Take 2] Fain, Hilliard 8:30
17 Porgy (I Loves You, Porgy) Gershwin, Heyward 6:08
18 My Romance [Take 2] Hart, Rodgers 7:26
19 Milestones Davis 6:31

CD 3
20 Detour Ahead [Take 2] Carter, Ellis, Frigo 7:40
21 Gloria's Step [Take 3] LaFaro 7:01
22 Waltz for Debby [Take 2] Evans, Lees 6:57
23 All of You [Take 3] Porter 8:17
24 Jade Visions [Take 1] LaFaro 4:11
25 Jade Visions [Take 2] LaFaro 4:04
26 ...A Few Final Bars 1:15


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Sonny Rollins A Night At The Village Vanguard (1957)

Sonny Rollins - Live At The Village Vanguard (1957) [1999 Blue Note RVG Remaster]
MP3 @320 - 139 MB + 165 MB | FLAC (tracks) CUE LOG - 282 MB + 357 MB | Full Artwork Scans - 13 MB

Recorded live at the Village Vanguard, New York City on November 3, 1957

Sonny Rollins - tenor saxophone | Donald Bailey - bass * | Wilbur Ware - bass
Pete La Roca - drums * | Elvin Jones - drums
Disk 1
1. A Night In Tunisia - 8:16 *
2. I've Got You Under My Skin - 10:03
3. A Night in Tunisia (Evening Take) - 9:03
4. Softly As In A Morning Sunrise (Alternate Take) - 6:43
5. Four - 8:26
6. Introduction - 0:20
7. Woody 'N' You - 8:29
8. Introduction - 0:36
9. Old Devil Moon - 8:19
Total time: 01:00:22

Disk 2
1. What Is This Thing Called Love - 14:03
2. Softly As In A Morning Sunrise - 8:03
3. Sonnymoon For Two - 8:46
4. I Can't Get Started - 4:54
5. I'll Remember April - 9:20
6. Get Happy - 9:08
7. Striver's Row - 5:59
8. All The Things You Are - 6:46
9. Get Happy (Short Version) - 4:38
Total time: 01:11:43

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CD1 — Part 1 | Part 2
CD2 — Part 1 | Part 2

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CD1 —
Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4
CD2 — Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5

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quarta-feira, 24 de Novembro de 2010

Warne Marsh Live at the Montmartre Club

ape+cover (LP) 264 MB - 243 MB - 267 MB

Live at the Montmartre Club in 1975


Jazz Exchange Vol.1
Warne Marsh and Lee Konitz with Lennie Tristano and
the pianist Ole Kock Hansen, bassist Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen and either Alex Riel or Svend Erik Norregard on drums
1 - April Tristano 9:38
2 - Blues by Lester (Pound Cake) Young 7:44
3 - Lennie-Bird Tristano 8:28
4 - You Stepped Out of a Dream Brown, Kahn 10:10
5 - Kary's Trance Konitz 4:04
6 - Background Music Marsh 10:50

Jazz Exchange Vol.2
Warne Marsh and Lee Konitz with
the guitarist Dave Cliff, bassist Peter Ind and drummer Alan Levitt
1 - Kary's Trance
2 - Foolin' Myself
3 - Sound-Lee
4 - Two Voice Invention No.1. Allegro (Bach)
5 - Two Not One
6 - Darn That Dream
7 - 317 East 32nd Street
8 - Two Voice Invention No.13. Allegro tranquillo (Bach)

Jazz Exchange Vol.3
Warne Marsh and Lee Konitz with
the guitarist Dave Cliff, bassist Peter Ind and drummer Alan Levitt
01 - Just Friends
02 - You Don't Know What Love Is
03 - Back Home
04 - Little Willie Leaps
05 - Old Folks
06 - Au Privave

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Jazz Exchange Vol.1
part 1 : part 2 : part 3

Jazz Exchange Vol.2
part 1 : part 2 : part 3

Jazz Exchange Vol.3
part 1 : part 2 : part 3


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The Thad Jones and Mel Lewis Quartet at the Airliner Lounge 1977



Recorded at the Airliner Lounge, Miami, Florida, September 24, 1977

Thad Jones - Cornet
Mel Lewis - Drums
Rufus Reid - Bass
Harold Danko - Piano

01 But not for me (Gershwin) 16:30
02 This can't be love (Rogers & Hart) 3:52
03 Autumn Leaves (Kosma & Mercer) 15:25
04 What is this thing (Jones & Lewis) 4:45

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terça-feira, 23 de Novembro de 2010

The Birdland - a great sense of the room, and the clientele!

Erroll Garner and Art Tatum perform at Birdland, 1952
Photo by Marcel Fleiss

According to Ebony editor Allan Morrison:
"Birdland was both a cultural vantage point and a barometer of trends where all the big names in jazz performed."



Lennie Tristano Live at Birdland 1949

Live At Birdland - 1949
+ solo piano - 1945

1 Remember Tristano 7:40
2 Pennies Tristano 5:45
3 Foolish Things Tristano 4:06
4 Indiana Tristano 5:42
5 I'm No Good Without You Tristano 4:19
6 Glad Am I Tristano 2:57
7 This Is Called Love Tristano 2:42
8 Blame Me Tristano 2:42
9 I Found My Baby Tristano 2:42

Lennie Tristano - Warne Marsh - Billy Bauer - Arnold Fishkin - Jeff Morton

Jazz Records

ape+cover (LP) 158 MB

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The name Lennie Tristano was conspicuously absent from Ken Burns' monolithic jazz documentary. That's no small omission; Tristano's group, which included the saxophonists Warne Marsh and Lee Konitz (also ignored by Burns) was the first to record what later came to be known as free jazz -- music improvised without pre-ordained melodies, harmonies, or meter. Needless to say, that wasn't mentioned by Burns, either. Tristano did it in 1949, the year this record was recorded, with what is essentially the same band (Konitz is absent here, though he was a regular member of Tristano's group at the time). This record gives no direct evidence of the band's free jazz experiments -- although Tristano is given composer's credit on all cuts, the disc is comprised mostly of standard harmonic frameworks played without reference to theme. However, it does reflect the band's prevailing emphasis on unfettered linear improvisation. The quintet tracks here were recorded by the group's bassist, Arnold Fishkin, during performances at the old Birdland in New York. The solo piano cuts were recorded in Chicago, four years earlier. The sound's rough, but not unlistenable, especially given the historical implication of the music. Listening to this is like being a fly on the wall of the world's most famous jazz club, witnessing history in the making. It really can't be said that Tristano's piano style was cut from whole cloth -- there's too much of a Bud Powell influence -- but there have been few musicians on any instrument who played with more spontaneous melodic invention. Two others who did were Marsh and guitarist Billy Bauer, also present here; this band placed great importance of creating "in the moment," and listening to this music made over 50 years ago reminds listeners of the value in such an approach. Little jazz being made at the turn of the millennium rivals this set in terms of raw creativity. Popular misconceptions aside, this is an important document.
Review by Chris Kelsey


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On Stage At Birdland

Charlie 'Bird' Parker and Dizzy Gillespie
with young John Coltrane saxophone and Tommy Potter on bass
at Birdland, the New York night club named after Parker, in 1951 (probaby late March).
(Photo by Frank Driggs Collection/Getty Images)



segunda-feira, 22 de Novembro de 2010

Stan Getz - The Birdland Sessions 1952


Splendid live recording from Birdland in the spring and summer of 1952

Stan Getz, Jimmy Raney, Horace Silver, Charlie Mingus,
Connie Kay, Duke Jordan, Gene Ramey, Phil Brown

Tracklist:
01 Woody'n You
02 Yesterdays
03 The Song is You
04 I Only Have Eyes For You
05 Move06 Long Island Sound
07 'Round Anout Midnight
08 Spotlite
09 Yesterdays
10 Potter's Luck
11 I Can't Get Started
12 Parker 51
13 My Old Flame
14 Move

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sexta-feira, 19 de Novembro de 2010

Louis Armstrong

The Village Gate Jazz Club

Exterior view of the Village Gate Jazz Club on Bleeker Street in Greenwich Village, December 24, 1991.
(Photo by New York Times Co./Sara Krulwich/Getty Images)

Nina Simone - Nina At Newport (1960)

МР3, 320 kbps stereo

Recorded live at the Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, Rhode Island on June 30, 1960.

Nina Simone (vocals, piano) : Al Shackman (guitar) : Chris White (bass) :Bobby Hamilton (drums)

1. Trouble In Mind 5:31
2. Porgy 5:07
3. Li'l Liza Jane 4:34
4. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To 5:25
5. Flo Me La 7:13
6. Nina's Blues 6:10
7. In The Evening By The Moonlight 6:09

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Nina Simone

Hunter College Concert Poster.
Art D'Lugoff Concert Series.21 October 1960.

Ex coll.- Village Gate Archive

Nina Simone - At The Village Gate 1961

МР3, 44 khz, 320 kbps

Recorded live at the Village Gate, New York City in 1961

Nina Simone (vocals, piano)
Al Shackman (guitar) : Chris White (bass) : Rob Hamilton (drums)

01. Just in Time (Lyrics) (Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Jule Styne) (6:15)
02. He Was Too Good to Me (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart) (4:58)
03. House of the Rising Sun (Lyrics) (Public Domain, Traditional) (4:34)
04. Bye Bye Blackbird (Ray Henderson, Mort Dixon) (8:26)
05. Brown Baby (Oscar Brown, Jr.) (5:50)
06. Zungo (Michael Olatunji) (2:53)
07. If He Changed My Name (Robert MacGimsey) (4:04)
08. Children Go Where I Send You (Nina Simone, Traditional) (7:56)

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The Village Gate in New York

Milt Jackson Quintet Live At The Village Gate 1963

MP3/320Kbps/115.6Mb/Playing time 53 mins/cover included

Recorded at the "Village Gate", NYC, December 9, 1963

Jimmy Heath tenor saxophone Milt Jackson vibes Hank Jones piano Bob Cranshaw bass Albert "Tootie" Heath drums

1. Bags Of Blue
2. Little Girl Blue
3. Gemini
4. Gerri's Blues
5. Time After Time
6. Ignunt Oil
7. Willow Weep For Me
8. All Members

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The Village Gate

sexta-feira, 12 de Novembro de 2010

The Legendary Oscar Peterson Trio At The Blue Note 1990





Recorded at the the Blue Note Club in New York City on March 16-18 1990

Oscar Peterson on piano - Herb Ellis on guitar
Ray Brown on bass - Bobby Durham on drums

Disc 1 - Live At The Blue Note
1. Introductions 1:57
2. Honeysuckle Rose 8:53
3. Let There Be Love 12:03
4. Peace for South Africa 10:58
5. Sushi 8:15
6. Medley: I Remember You/A Child Is Born/Tenderly 15:14
7. Sweet Georgia Brown 9:35
8. Blues for Big Scotia 6:28

Disc 2 - Saturday Night At The Blue Note
1 Kelly's Blues (12:29)
2. Nighttime (10:20)
3. Medley: Love Ballade / If You Only Knew (11:05)
4. You Look Good To Me (6:46)
5. Old Folks (6:52)
6. Reunion Blues (7:34)
7. Song To Elitha (12:14)

Disc 3 - ...Last Call At The Blue Note
1. Jim (7:16)
2. Yours Is My Heart Alone (11:44)
3. Medley: It Never Entered My Mind / Body And Soul (9:18)
4. Wheatland (8:54)
5. Medley: Our Waltz / Adagio / Bach's Blues (10:00)
6. March Past (7:36)
7. Blues Etude (7:33)

Disc 4 - Encore At The Blue Note
1. Falling In Love With Love (9:38)
2. Here's That Rainy Day (9:04)
3. Medley: Goodbye Old Girl / He Has Gone (13:11)
4. The Gentle Waltz (8:36)
5. Billie's Bounce (9:27)
6. The More I See You (5:18)
7. I Wished On The Moon (8:49)
8. Cool Walk (10:46)

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Coleman Hawkins At The Birdland (1952)

MP3/320Kbps/69.1Mb/Playing time 32.1 mins/covers included

Recorded at the 'Birdland' in New York on September 1952

Coleman Hawkins on tenor sax : Horace Sillver on piano : Curley Russell on bass : Art Blakey on drums
on trumpet Roy Eldridge on side A and Roy Howard Mc Ghee on side B


terça-feira, 9 de Novembro de 2010

Coleman Hawkins Alive ! At the Village Gate 1962


Recorded at Art D'Lugoff's Village Gate, New York, on August 13 & 15, 1962

Coleman Hawkins tenor sax
Tommy Flanagan piano
Major Holley bass
Ed Locke drums

01 All the Things You Are (From "Very Warm for May) (Hammerstein, Kern) 8:16
02 Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho (traditional) 10:42
03 Mack the Knife (Weil, Brecht) 8:49
04 It's the Talk of the Town (Levinson, Symes, Neiburg) 9:28
05 Bean and the Boys (Hawkins) 7:02
06 If I Had You (Shapiro, Campbell, Connelly) 8:35

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Coleman Hawkins

Coleman Hawkins, circa September 1946.
Photo by William P. Gottlieb.
Coleman Hawkins and Miles Davis,
Three Deuces, New York, N.Y., ca. July 1947

Marlene Dietrich - Live At The Cafe De Paris (1954)

Marlene Dietrich - Live At The Cafe De Paris (1954)
MP3 HQ 320kpbs | front cover, tags, playlist | 121 MB

Tracklist:
1. Introduction by Noel Coward
2. Vie en Rose

3. Boys in the Backroom

4. Lazy Afternoon

5. Lola
6. Look Me Over Closely

7. No Love, No Nothin’
8. Laziest Gal in Town
9. Johnny

10. Lili Marlene

11. Falling in Love Again

12. Too Old to Cut the Mustard

13. Baubles, Bangles and Beads
14. Guy What Takes His Time

15. Peter

16. Dot’s Nice, Donna Fight
17. Makin’ Whoopee
18. I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face

19. One for My Baby (And One More for the Road)

20. Lied Ist Aus (Frag’ Nicht Warum Ich Gehe)

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segunda-feira, 8 de Novembro de 2010

The Five Spot Café

1967
The Five Spot Café on 3rd Avenue and St. Marks Place in Manhattan’s East Village

What is now a pizza joint used to be The Five Spot


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The Thelonious Monk Quartet with John Coltrane at the Five Spot Café in New York City 1957, the same year as the Carnegie Hall concert.

From left, John Coltrane, Shadow Wilson, Thelonious Monk and Ahmed Abdul-Malik.


Thelonious Monk in action 1958


Recorded at the Five Spot Cafe, New York City on July 9 and August 7, 1958.
with
Thelonious Monk (piano), 
Johnny Griffin (tenor saxophone),
 Ahmed Abdul-Malik (bass), 
Roy Haynes (drums)

Tracks:
1. Light Blue (5:14)
2. Coming On The Hudson (5:24)

3. Rhythm-A-Ning (9:25)

4. Epistrophy - (theme) (1:06)

5. Blue Monk (8:31)

6. Evidence (8:48)

7. Epistrophy - (theme) (1:07)

8. Unidentified Solo Piano (bonus track) (1:54)

9. Blues Five Spot (bonus track) (9:56)

10. In Walked Bud / Epistrophy - (theme) (bonus track) (10:57)

Originally released on Riverside (1190).


RIVERSIDE - REP 137
THELONIOUS IN ACTION :
THELONIOUS MONK QUARTET

LIGHT BLUE - By Thelonious Monk
COMING ON THE HUDSON - By Thelonious Monk

this EP is an excerpt of Riverside RLP 12-262 THELONIOUS IN ACTION:

This is the first time that THELONIOUS MONK has been recorded ‘live’ out of the studio. Perhaps the most immediately apparent difference is that Monk on the job seems more interested in himself as a pianist, as a performer, as (and this is very much a part of this artist) a showman. There is also, of course, the give-and-take of audience reaction: applause, conversation, the comings and goings of a typical Five-Spot crowd (made up in various percentages of neoBohemian types who live nearby. musicians, jazz fans, the merely curious-and those who manage to combine more than one of these categories.)

Monk had worked from summer, 1957, through the rest of the year at the Five Spot, where he was regularly drawing overflow crowds. After a breather, he was brought back in late spring of '58. The crowds and their enthusiasm were as great, or greater. The group, however, was changed. The original quartet, with John Coltrane on tenor, Wilbur Ware bass, Shadow Wilson, drums, had never been recorded as a unit because of various complications (largely contractual), a drastic oversight that it is hoped may someday be remedied. The present group is, of course, not the same, nor does it sound the same, nor could it. Monk himself is a constantly changing artist; also, he is amazingly sensitive to the nature of the men he works with. To a large degree, Thelonious molds any group he leads into his pattern; but it is important to recognize that the pattern he builds for a particular group comprehends and utilizes the specific values of the men with him. Aside from the basic fact that both are modern tenormen of outstanding talents, Johnny Griffin and John Coltrane art: not the same man, and Monk is fully aware of this. Whether a particular listener likes one or the other ‘better’, is quite beside the point; the point is that this group is the Monk quartet with Griffin, and its approach: style and even repertoire (all within the overall Monk pattern) clearly show that. This is especially true for the two recent Monk compositions recorded here for the first time, Coming On The Hudson and Light Blue.


Keith Jarrett

Keith Jarrett At The Village Vanguard 1979

MP3 • 320 kbps • 231 MB • total 101:38

Recorded at the Village Vanguard, NYC in May 1979

"European Quartet"
Keith Jarrett, piano, percussion, timbales
Jan Garbarek, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone
Palle Danielsson, bass, double bass
Jon Christensen, percussion, drums

CD 1
1. Chant Of The Soil 17:13
2. Innocence 8:15
3. Processional 20:33
CD 2
4. Oasis 30:35
5. New Dance 12:57
6. Sunshine Song 12:03

ECM 1171 (1980)

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sábado, 6 de Novembro de 2010

Brad Mehldau - The Art Of The Trio Vol 4 (1999)

MP3 320 Kb / Size 175 MB / FULL ART COVERS

Recorded live January 5-10, 1999 at the Village Vanguard, New York, NY

Brad Mehldau on Piano
Larry Grenadier on Bass
Jorge Rossy on Drums

1. All The Things You Are 13:44
2. Sehnsucht 10:48
3. Nice Pass 17:35
4. Solar 09:54
5. London Blues 07:37
6. I'll Be Seeing You 07:17
7. Exit Music (For A Film) 08:53

Released 1999

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Brad Mehldau - The art of the trio vol 2 (1998)


Flac (Tracks+Cue+Log+Scans) | 73 min | 416 mb (+5%rec)
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Label: Warner Bros. Records

Recorded at New York's Village Vanguard in the summer of 1997
with
Brad Mehldau on piano
Larry Grenadier on bass
Jorge Rossy on drums

1. It´s alright with me (Porter)
2. Young and foolish (Hague & Horwitt)
3. Monk´s dream (Monk)
4. The way you look tonight (Kern & Fields)
5. Moon river (Mercer & Mancini)
6. Countdown (Coltrane)

1998, Warner Bros.

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Thad Jones & Mel Lewis Orchestra . A Touch of Class . 1978



Recorded at the Jazz Jamboree Festival in Warsaw (Poland) on October 26, 1978

01 Quietude (Jones) - 7:26
02 Samba Con Get Chu (Brookmeyer) - 13:35
03 Cecilia Is Love (Foster) - 7:06
04 I Love You (Porter) - 5:57
05 And I Love You So (McLean) - 7:33
06 That's Freedom (Jones) - 9:14

•Thad Jones - flugelhorn
•Mel Lewis - drums
•Jim McNeely - piano
•Jasper Lundgaard - bass
•Dick Oatts, Steve Coleman - alto saxophone
•Rick Perry, Robert Rockwell - tenor saxophone
•Charles Davis - baritone saxophone
•Ron Tooley, Simo Salminin, Irvin Stokes, Larry Moss - trumpet
•Doug Purviance, Lolly Bienenfeld, Lu Robertson, John Mosca - trombone

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Dave Douglas at the Jazz Standard 2006

Dave Douglas Quintet
Live at the Jazz Standard 2006

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Recordrd live at the NYC club the Jazz Standard on various nights in December of 2006

Disc 1
1. Earmarks
2. Tree and Shrub
3. War Room
4. Indian Point
5. Cornet Is a Fickle Friend
6. Next Phase (For Thomas)
7. October Surprise
8. Seth Thomas

Disc 2
1. Meaning and Mystery
2. Navigations
3. Redemption
4. Little Penn
5. Living Streams
6. Leaving Autumn
7. Magic Triangle
8. Single Sky

Live at the Jazz Standard showcases trumpeter Dave Douglas — on cornet this time! — and his quintet performing Live at the NYC club the Jazz Standard on various nights in December of 2006. Joining Douglas here are tenor saxophonist Donny McCaslin, Fender Rhodes specialist Uri Caine, bassist James Genus and drummer Clarence Penn. Originally released as complete download-only sets on Douglas' own Greenleaf Label website, here Douglas has pruned the sets down to 18 cuts over two discs. Furthermore, he's also focused the album on original compositions never before released on album. In that sense, fans of Douglas' past work with this ensemble on such studio efforts as 2002's Infinite and 2006's Meaning and Mystery will surely dig this stuff as it essentially plays as an all new recording and not just a live documentation of the quintet. In fact, disc two focuses on compositions Douglas wrote while delving into the iconic work of innovative pocket-trumpeter Don Cherry and were initially intended for inclusion on Meaning and Mystery. This is soulful, visceral, moody and propulsive post-bop that often leans heavily toward late-'60s and '70s modal and free jazz.

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Gary Burton . Alone At Last . 1971



Gary Burton: vibraphone, piano, electric piano, organ

1. Moonchild/In Your Quiet Place (6:13) (Keith Jarrett)
2. Green Mountains/Arise Her Eyes (7:40) (Steve Swallow)
3. The Sunset Bell (4:55) (Burton)
4. Hand Bags and Glad Rags (6:00) (Michael D'Abo)
5. Hullo, Bolinas (5:53) (Swallow)
6. General Mojo's Well Laid Plan (3:37) (Swallow)
7. Chega de Saudade (No More Blues) (4:40) (Antonio Carlos Jobim)

Notes
Tracks 1-3 performed live at the 1971 Montreux Jazz Festival, which was the very first first solo vibraphone concert.
Burton played with four mallets throughout.


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Thad Jones & Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra - Monday Night at the Village Vanguard 1968



Recorded at The Village Vanguard, New York on October 1968

01. Mornin' Reverend (Jones) 4:51
02. Kids Are Pretty People (Jones) 6:04
03. St.Louis Blues (Handy) 12:38
04. The Waltz You "Swang" For Me (Jones) 5:27
05.Say It Softly (Jones) 6:35
06. The Second Race (Jones) 7:17

* Thad Jones on flugelhorn
* Mel Lewis on drums
* Roland Hanna on piano
* Richard Davis on bass
* Jerome Richardson , Jerry Dodgion on alto saxophone
* Seldon Powell, Eddie Daniels on tenor saxophone
* Pepper Adams on baritone saxophone
* Richard Williams, Snooky Young, Danny Moore , Jimmy Nottingham on trumpet
* Jimmy Knepper, Garnett Brown, Jimmy Cleveland, Cliff Heather on trombone

:: Monday Night at the Village Vanguard ::

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Thad Jones & Mel Lewis At The Village Vanguard 1967


Recorded Live on The Village Vanguard, New York, on April 28, 1967

01 The Little Pixie (Jones) 10:34
02 A-That's Freedom (Jones) 7:01
03 Bachafillen (Brown) 7:08
04 Don't Git Sassy (Jones) 7:22
05 Willow Tree (Razaf, Waller) 5:04
06 Samba Con Getchu (Brookmeyer) 12:17
07 Quietude (Jones) 4:48
08 The Second Race (Jones) 9:37
09 Lover Man (Davis, Ramirez, Sherman) 4:53

Jerome Richardson, Jerry Dodgion, Joe Farrell, Eddie Daniels, Pepper Adams on sax
Thad Jones on flugel horn
Snooky Young, Jimmy Nottingham Marvin Stamm, Richard Williams, Bill Berry on trumpet
Bobby Brookmeyer, Garnett Brown, Tom McIntosh on Cliff Heather, trombone
Sam Herman on guitar
Roland Hanna on piano
Richard Davis on bass
Mel Lewis on drums

part 1 .:. part 2

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