quarta-feira, 17 de agosto de 2011

Pat Martino Live At Yoshi's (2000)

Recorded live at Yoshi's, Oakland, California from December 15-17, 2000.

Pat Martino (guitar) Joey DeFrancesco (organ) Billy Hart (drums)

Oleo (7:02)
All Blues (12:05)
Mac Tough (10:05)
Welcome To A Prayer (10:33)
El Hombre (10:32)
Recollection (8:00)
Blue In Green (7:21)
Catch (11:06)

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4shared (87 MB)
and from bloomysunday thanks for rapidshare links part 1 - part 2 - part 3

quarta-feira, 10 de agosto de 2011

Keith Jarrett Trio Live at Montreux 2001

Keith Jarrett
Gary Peacock * Jack DeJohnette
My Foolish Heart : Live At Montreux

Recorded live at the Montreux Jazz Festival in July 2001

Keith Jarrett - piano Gary Peacock - double-bass Jack DeJohnette - drums

Disc 1
1. Four
2. My Foolish Heart
3. Oleo
4. What's New
5. The Song Is You
6. Ain't Misbehavin'
Disc 2
1. Honeysuckle Rose
2. You Took Advantage Of Me
3. Straight, No Chaser
4. Five Brothers
5. Guess I'll Hang My Tears - Out To Dry
6. Green Dolphin Street
7. Only The Lonely

ECM 2021 (2007)

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Keith Jarrett Trio Live In Tokyo 2001

Keith Jarrett
Gary Peacock * Jack DeJohnette
Always Let Me Go

Recorded live at Orchard Hall and Bunka Kaikan, Tokyo, Japan in April 2001.

Keith Jarrett - piano Gary Peacock - double-bass Jack DeJohnette - drums

Disc 1
1. Hearts In Space 32:12
2. The River 3:34
3. Tributaries 16:18
4. Paradox 9:01
Disc 2
1. Waves 34:25
2. Facing East 14:04
3. Tsunami 14:51
4. Relay 13:00

ECM 2021 (2007)

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Keith Jarrett Trio at The Royal Festival Hall 2000

Keith Jarrett
Gary Peacock * Jack DeJohnette
Inside Out

Recorded in concert at the Royal Festival Hall at the Southbank Centre in London, England on July, 26 & 28 2000

Keith Jarrett - piano Gary Peacock - double-bass Jack DeJohnette - drums

1. From The Body 21:13
2. Inside Out 21:14
3. 341 Free Ride 18:50
4. Riot 7:24
5. When I Fall In Love 7:25
(Edward Heyman, Victor Young)



terça-feira, 9 de agosto de 2011

Keith Jarrett Trio Live in Paris 2001

Keith Jarrett
Gary Peacock * Jack DeJohnette

Whisper Not

Recorded in concert in July 5, 1999 at the Palais De Congres in Paris, France

Keith Jarrett - piano Gary Peacock - double-bass Jack DeJohnette - drums

Disc 1
1. Bouncing With Bud 7:33
2. Whisper Not 8:06
3. Groovin' High 8:31
4. Chelsea Bridge 9:47
5. Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams 5:48
6. 'Round Midnight 6:45
7. Sandu 7:26
Disc 2
1. What Is This Thing Called Love? 12:23
2. Conception 8:08
3. Prelude To A Kiss 8:16
4. Hallucinations 6:36
5. All My Tomorrows 6:23
6. Poinciana 9:11
7. When I Fall In Love 8:06


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Keith Jarrett Trio At The Deer Head Inn (1992)

Keith Jarrett Trio - At The Deer Head Inn (1994) {ECM 1531}
© 2000 ECM Records | ECM 1531 / 517 720-2

Recorded September 16, 1992 at the Deer Head Inn in Delaware Water Gap, PA

Keith Jarrett piano, keyboards Gary Peacock bass Paul Motian drums

1. Solar (Miles Davis)
2. Basin Street Blues (Spencer Street Blues)
3. Chandra (Jaki Byard)
4. You Don't Know What Love Is (Raye/Depaul)
5. You And The Night And The Music (A. Schwartz/H. Dietz)
6. Bye Bye Black Bird (Ray Henderson)
7. It's Easy To Remember (R. Rodgers/L. Hart)

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Joe Gordon & Scott LaFaro : West Coast Days 1958/60

Joe Gordon & Scott Lafaro : West Coast Days. Live At The Lighthouse 1958/60
Label: Fresh Sound

Recorded Live At The Lighthouse, Hermosa Beach, California, September 1958 and July 31, 1960.

Joe Gordon (tp), Richie Kamuca (ts), Russ Freeman (p),
Monty Budwig (b), Shelly Manne (d). — Recorded at the Lighthouse, July 31, 1960.

01 - Our Delight (Dameron) (5:50) 

02 - Summertime / Shelly Manne Introduces Joe Gordon (Gershwin-Heyward) (11:58) 

03 - Poinciana (Simon-Lliso-Bemier) (11:44) 

Richie Kamuca (ts), Victor Feldman (p), Scott LaFaro (b), Stan Levey (d).
— Recorded at the Lighthouse, September 1958.
04 - It Could Happen to You (Burke-Van Heusen) (11:13) 

05 - Bass Blues / Commentary By Richie Kamuca (Coltrane) (15:18)


Previously unreleased material from two of the most highly regarded jazz musicians of their generation, who helped the development of their respective instruments. Trumpeter Joe Gordon and bassist Scott LaFaro both died young at the peak of their creativity. Two sessions from 1958 and 1960, live at the Lighthouse.

Thanks to lafaro

domingo, 7 de agosto de 2011

Albert Ayler Live in Greenwich Village 1967

Live in Greenwich Village: The Complete Impulse Sessions (2 CDs)

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Label: Impulse! | Recorded: 1966-1967 | This Release: 1998

Recorded at The Village Gate, New York City, on March 28, 1965, Dec 18, 1966 and Feb 26, 1967

Disc One:

1 - Holy Ghost 07:41
2 - The Truth Is Marching In 12:42
3 - Our Prayer 04:45
4 - Spirits Rejoice 16:22
5 - Divine Peacemaker 12:37
6 - Angels 09:53

Disc Two:
1 - For John Coltrane 13:40
2 - Change Has Come 06:24
3 - Light in Darkness 10:59
4 - Heavenly Home 08:51
5 - Spiritual Rebirth 04:26
6 - Infinite Spirit 06:37
7 - Omega Is the Alpha 10:46
8 - Universal Thoughts 08:22

All compositions by Albert Ayler, except Our Prayer by Don Ayler.

Personnel on Disc One #1:
Albert Ayler - tenor saxophone Don Ayler - trumpet Joel Freedman - cello Lewis Worrell - bass Sunny Murray - drums
Recorded at The Village Gate, New York City, on March 28, 1965

Personnel on Disc One #2-5:
Albert Ayler - tenor saxophone Don Ayler - trumpet Michel Sampson - violin Bill Folwell & Henry Grimes - basses Beaver Harris - drums
Recorded at The Village Vanguard, New York City, on December 18, 1966

Personnel on Disc One #6:
Albert Ayler - tenor saxophone probably Call Cobbs Jr. - piano
Recorded at The Village Vaanguard, New York City, on December 18, 1966

Personnel on Disc Two:
Albert Ayler - alto saxophone (#1), tenor saxophone (all others) Don Ayler - trumpet (except on #1) George Steele - trombone (on #8 only) Michel Sampson - violin Joel Freedman - cello Bill Folwell & Alan Silva - basses Beaver Harris - drums (except on #1)
Recorded at The Village Theatre, New York City, on February 26, 1967

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Live in Greenwich Village was Albert Ayler\’s first recording for Impulse, and is arguably his finest moment, not only for the label, but ever. This double-CD reissue combines both of the Village concerts — documented only partially on previously released LPs — recorded in 1965 and 1966 with two very different groups. The Village gigs reveal the mature Ayler whose music embodied bold contradictions: There are the sweet, childlike, singalong melodies contrasted with violent screaming peals of emotion, contrasted with the gospel and R&B shouts of jubilation, all moving into and through one another. On the 1965 date, which featured Ayler, his brother Donald on trumpet, Joel Freedman on cello, bassist Lewis Worrell, and the great Sunny Murray on drums, the sound is one of great urgency. Opening with "Holy Ghost," the Aylers come out stomping and Murray double times them to bring the bass and cello to ground level in order to anchor musical proceedings to their respective generated sounds. "Truth Is Marching In" casts a bleating, gospelized swirl against a backdrop of three- and four-note "sung" phrases that are constantly repeated, à la a carny band before kicking down all the doors and letting it rip for almost 13 minutes. On the 1967 date of the second disc, the Aylers are augmented with drummer Beaver Harris, violinist Michel Sampson, Bill Folwell and Alan Silva on basses, and trombonist George Steele on the closer, "Universal Thoughts." "For John Coltrane" opens the set with a sweltering abstraction of tonalities in the strings and horns. On "Change Has Come," the abstraction remains but the field of language is deeper, denser, more urgent. Only with "Spiritual Rebirth," which opens with a four-note theme, does one get the feeling that the band has been pacing itself for this moment, and that the concert has become an actual treatise on the emotion of "singing" as an ensemble in uncharted territories. Throughout the rest of the set, Ayler\’s band buoys him perfectly, following him up through every new cloud of unknowing into a sublime musical and emotional beyond which, at least on recordings, would never be realized again. This recording is what all the fuss is about when it comes to Ayler. –Thom Jurek, All Music Guide

This set documents some of the most robust and influential fermentation that was taking place in '60s jazz around the Village in New York City. Recorded live in 1966 and 1967, Live is transcendental church music, grounded in conventional African-American spirituality as it reaches exultantly for the sky. Traditional melody-then-solos structure splits at the seams as tunes spill into collective improvisation. The band often suggests a gaggle of patriots crying out in personal jubilation but rallying together, again and again, to sing a cherished anthem anew.
Ayler and Don Cherry maintain a constant tension between simple melodicism and rapturous free blowing in their soloing. "Truth Is Marching In" makes a triumphant New Orleans-style crash, while "Divine Peacemaker" has the regal quality of the music that announces a monarch's arrival. "Angels" is a lovely, if slightly tongue-in-cheek, duet between Ayler and pianist Call Cobbs Jr. The latter's changes are fashioned after the manner of an early-20th-century fantasia, his piano sounding as though it had spent its youth in a dingy Western saloon. Ayler blows a sweet lament over Cobbs' rolling arpeggios, conjuring images of divine winged messengers stumbling tipsily onto a street corner after a hard day at the ol' salvation grind.

John Coltrane Live At The Village Vanguard (1961)

Recorded November 2 and November 3, 1961 in New York City

John Coltrane tenor saxophone/soprano saxophone Eric Dolphy alto saxophone, bass clarinet
McCoy Tyner piano Reggie Workman double bass Elvin Jones drums

Original LP release Live at the Village Vanguard, 1961 (Impulse)

01 - Spiritual (13:50)
02 - Softly As A Morning Sunrise (6:40)
03 - Chasin' The Trane (16:11)

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The complete sessions also feature

Jimmy Garrison double bass Garvin Bushell oboe, contrabassoon Ahmed Abdul-Malik oud Roy Haynes drums

The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings
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Live at the Village Vanguard 1961 album by John Coltrane. One side of the original LP was devoted to "Chasin' The Trane" which has been described as one of Coltrane's most important performances.[1] In a 1966 interview, Coltrane recalled that he had "listened to John Gilmore kind of closely before I made 'Chasin the Trane'."wikipedia