Vocals – Eddie Jefferson (tracks: A2, A4, B3), The Manhattan Transfer (tracks: A3, B2, B3, B4). Vocals – Alan Paul (tracks: A3, B2, B3, B4), Cheryl Bentyne (tracks: A3, B2, B3, B4), Janis Siegel (tracks: A3, B2, B3, B4), Tim Hauser (tracks: A3, B2, B3, B4). Notes.
TITLE "Hollywood Madness" PERFORMER "Richie Cole" REM DISCID 6108D608 REM REPLAYGAIN ALBUM GAIN -. 7 dB REM REPLAYGAIN ALBUM PEAK . 00000 FILE "01 Richie Cole - Hooray For Hollywood. wav" WAVE TRACK 01 AUDIO TITLE "Hooray For Hollywood" FLAGS PRE REM REPLAYGAIN TRACK GAIN -. 6 dB REM REPLAYGAIN TRACK PEAK . 00000 INDEX 01 00:00:00 TRACK 02 AUDIO. Richie Cole, sax; Bruce Foreman, guitar; Dick Hindman, piano; Marshall Hawkins, bass; Les DeMerle, Drums; Michael Spiro, percussion Eddie Jefferson, vocal; The Manhattan Transfer (Hauser, Siegel, Alan Paul and Cheryl Bentyne), vocals; Tom Waits, spoken words. Скачивание доступно после регистрации!! Приватный
Hollywood Madness is a bop music album recording by RICHIE COLE released in 1980 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Richie cole-hollywood madness 1980 muse rec. Lp mr 5207 exc. Vg+ eddie jefferson. Richie Cole With Eddie Jefferson~Hollywood Madness~Tom Waits~FAST SHIPPING. Vinyl LP Records K22P-6014 Richie Cole?Eddie Jefferson - Hollywood Madness w/OBI. JAZZ LP: RICHIE COLE with EDDIE JEFFERSON (+ TOM WAITS) Hollywood Madness MUSE.
Eddie Jefferson (August 3, 1918 – May 9, 1979) was a jazz vocalist and lyricist. Jefferson himself claims that his main influence was Leo Watson. Eddie Jefferson was shot and killed at Baker's Keyboard Lounge on May 8, 1979, aged 60. He had left the club with fellow bandleader Cole around 1:35 . and was shot while walking out of the building. A late-model Lincoln Continental was spotted speeding away from the scene. The Manhattan Transfer honored both Jefferson and Coleman Hawkins in their vocal version of "Body and Soul" on their album Extensions in 1979. 1953: The Bebop Singers (Prestige [rel. Alto Madness (Muse, 1977).
Richie cole-hollywood madness 1980 muse rec. 8h 33m. Richie Cole~Alto Madness~Eddie Jefferson, Harold Mabern~Muse Records~FAST SHIP. Luckily, the first true single for this album, "Madness", is not quite as bad as my first impression with "The 2nd Law". Unfortunately, most of the things that go right with "Madness" are thanks to Muse's shameless plagiarism of the almighty Queen. I could call this listenable, but if this is the best thing that this Muse album has to offer, then I shall schedule post-traumatic stress therapy in advance. Queen's "I Want to Break Free" was a decent song- not one of their best, but pretty good. It had a 80's beat, great.
Four songs utilize the Manhattan Transfer; the great vocalese singer Eddie Jefferson (heard two weeks before his tragic death) makes his final record appearance; there are some good solos by pianist Dick Hindman and guitarist Bruce Forman; and Tom Waits makes an eccentric guest appearance.
Richie Cole (born February 29, 1948) is an American jazz alto saxophonist, composer and arranger . Cole has performed and recorded with vocalist Eddie Jefferson, the Manhattan Transfer, Bobby Enriquez, Freddie Hubbard, Sonny Stitt, Art Pepper, Tom Waits, Boots Randolph, and Nancy Wilson aming many others. Cole has recorded over 50 albums and CDs, including his top hit album Hollywood Madness (1979 Muse Records) and his tribute album to Leonard Bernstein, Richie Cole Plays West Side Story (1997 Music Masters Jazz). Cole was appointed to the Board of the National Jazz Service Organization and the Board for the National Endowment for the Arts where he served as chairman for one year
Album · 2009 · 16 Songs. Tokyo Rose Sings the Hollywood Blues.
Dorothy's Den 2. Waltz for a Rainy Be-Bop Evening 3. Alto Madness 4. New York Afternoon 5. It's the Same Thing Everywhere 6. Stormy Weather 7. You'll Always Be My Friend Recorded October, 1976 at Blue Rock Studio, NYC Richie Cole - Sax (Alto) Eddie Jefferson - Vocals Vic Juris - Guitar Mike Tucker - Piano Rick Laird - Bass Eddie Gladden - Drums Ray. Mantilla - Percussion. Лог создания рипа (EAC Log).
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|A1||Hooray For Hollywood
Bass – Bob MagnussonComposed By – Johnny Mercer
Arranged By – Richie ColeComposed By – Randy Weston
|A3||Tokyo Rose Sings The Hollywood Blues
Composed By – Richie Cole
|A4||Relaxin' At Camarillo
Composed By – Charlie Parker
Composed By – G. Price
|B2||I Love Lucy
Composed By – Mike RizzoCowbell – Joey Duquesne
|B3||Waitin' For Waits
Arranged By – Richie ColeComposed By – Eddie Jefferson, Richie ColeVocals – Tom Waits
|B4||Hooray For Hollywood (Reprise)
Arranged By – Janis SiegelComposed By – Johnny Mercer
- Lacquer Cut At – Master Cutting Room
- Mastered At – PRC Recording Company, Richmond, IN
- Pressed By – SNA
- Printed By – SNA
- Distributed By – WEA Filipacchi Music
- Bass – Marshall Hawkins
- Drums – Les DeMerle
- Engineer – Jel Soifer*
- Engineer [Mix] – Jay Graden*
- Guitar – Bruce Forman
- Lacquer Cut By – Bre*
- Percussion – Michael Spiro
- Piano – Dick Hindman
- Producer – Tim Hauser
- Saxophone [Alto] – Richie Cole
- Vocals – Eddie Jefferson (tracks: A2, A4, B3), The Manhattan Transfer (tracks: A3, B2, B3, B4)
- Vocals [The Manhattan Transfer] – Alan Paul (tracks: A3, B2, B3, B4), Cheryl Bentyne (tracks: A3, B2, B3, B4), Janis Siegel (tracks: A3, B2, B3, B4), Tim Hauser (tracks: A3, B2, B3, B4)
NotesRunouts for this French pressing include Master Cutting Room and Joe Brescio's etchings (cutting), plus PRC Recording Company, Richmond, IN etching (plating?)
The Manhattan Transfer is wrongly credited on A3 (instead of A2)
Recorded at Home Grown Fidelity Studio, Studio City, Calif. 4-25-79. Mixed at Garden Rake Music, Studio City, Calif.
Distribution (printed on the back cover): WEA Filipacchi Music, 70 Avenue des Champs-Elysées. 75008 Paris
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): PRC MR.5207. A-1 MCR Bre
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): PRC MR.5207. B-1 MCR Joe
- Matrix / Runout (Both sides runout stamped): SNA [logo]
- Price Code: WE 341
- Rights Society: SACEM
|MR 5207||Richie Cole With Eddie Jefferson||Richie Cole With Eddie Jefferson - Hollywood Madness (LP, Album)||Muse Records||MR 5207||US||1980|
|MCD 5207||Richie Cole With Eddie Jefferson||Richie Cole With Eddie Jefferson - Hollywood Madness (CD, Album, RE)||Muse Records||MCD 5207||USA & Canada||1994|
|BRJ-4501||Richie Cole With Eddie Jefferson||Richie Cole With Eddie Jefferson - Hollywood Madness (CD, Album)||Break Time||BRJ-4501||Japan||1987|
|MC 5207||Richie Cole With Eddie Jefferson||Richie Cole With Eddie Jefferson - Hollywood Madness (Cass, Album, RE)||Muse Records||MC 5207||USA & Canada||Unknown|
|K22P-6014||Richie Cole With Eddie Jefferson||Richie Cole With Eddie Jefferson - Hollywood Madness (LP, Album)||Muse Records||K22P-6014||Japan||1980|