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The Johnny Scott Quintet, Pat Smythe Trio And Shake Keane, Ray Premru Group, Alan Clare Trio - Peter Burman's Jazz Tête-à-Tête flac album

The Johnny Scott Quintet, Pat Smythe Trio And Shake Keane, Ray Premru Group, Alan Clare Trio - Peter Burman's Jazz Tête-à-Tête flac album
Title:
Peter Burman's Jazz Tête-à-Tête
Performer:
The Johnny Scott Quintet
Style:
Post Bop
Released:
FLAC album size:
1151 mb
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Rating:
4.3 ✪

Compilation of tracks produced at Landsdowne Studios by Peter Burman and Denis Preston and engineered by Adrian Kerridge. Green "Columbia" (no affiliation with Columbia Records) labels with yellow-gold lettering.

Johnny Scott Quintet - Study for Jazz Quintet, Movement 3 02:34. Pat Smythe Trio, Pat Smythe Trio With Shake Keane, Shake Keane - Nardis 03:15. Pat Smythe Trio, Pat Smythe Trio With Shake Keane, Shake Keane - Old Devil Moon 03:13. Pat Smythe Trio, Pat Smythe Trio With Shake Keane, Shake Keane - Mendacity 02:55. Ray Premru Group - Conversations: Small Talk 02:39. Ray Premru Group - Conversations: Slow Talk 02:54. Ray Premru Group - Conversations: Folk Talk 02:24. Alan Clare Trio - Mirage 03:56. Alan Clare Trio - Luxury Flat 04:23. Alan Clare Trio - Sweet and Strange 03:40.

Trio → Live is a live album by Pat Metheny, released in 2000, recorded with Bill Stewart and Larry Grenadier. It was recorded as a live complement to the trio’s studio album Trio 99→00, released the same year. It was recorded live during 1999 and 2000 on tour in Europe, Japan and the United States, and was co-produced by Steve Rodby. Shake Keane, Pat Smythe Trio, Pat Smythe Trio With Shake Keane - Nardis 03:15. Shake Keane, Pat Smythe Trio, Pat Smythe Trio With Shake Keane - Old Devil Moon 03:13. Shake Keane, Pat Smythe Trio, Pat Smythe Trio With Shake Keane - Mendacity 02:55.

Jazz 625 (TV Series). The Johnny Scott Quintet (1964). Theme Written by John Scott as Johnny Scott Performed by John Scott as The Johnny Scott Quintet. Morning Theories Written by John Scott as Johnny Scott Performed by John Scott as The Johnny Scott Quintet. Othello Written by Duncan Lamont Performed by John Scott as The Johnny Scott Quintet. Something's Coming Written by Stephen Sondheim and Leonard Bernstein Performed by John Scott as The Johnny Scott Quintet

Of the collections of Elmo Hope's '50s recordings, Trio and Quintet is the one to get. It includes his prime Blue Note sessions and features a stellar cast of hard bop musicians including Art Blakey, Frank Foster, Philly Joe Jones, and Harold Land. The majority of the tunes are Hope originals which, in their angular introspection, bear the influence of both Bud Powell and Thelonious Monk. Things begin with ten mostly hard bop swingers from a trio date in 1953. Prominently featured is Hope's Powell like, single line attack. Solos stay brisk and straightforward on uptempo numbers.

Listen to music from Johnny Scott Quintet like Othello, Variation 4 - Harp & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Johnny Scott Quintet. Patrick John O'Hara Scott known as John Scott or Johnny Scott made a quintet in 1960s with Barry Morgan, David Snell, Ron Richards and Duncan Lamont.

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Tracklist

A1 The Johnny Scott Quintet Study for Jazz Quintet (Suite in Three Movements)
A2 Pat Smythe Trio And Shake Keane Nardis
A3 Pat Smythe Trio And Shake Keane Old Devil Moon
A4 Pat Smythe Trio And Shake Keane Mendacity
B1 Ray Premru Group Conversations: 1) Small Talk 2) Slow Talk 3) Folk Talk
B2 Alan Clare Trio Mirage
B3 Alan Clare Trio Luxury Flat
B4 Alan Clare Trio Sweet and Strange

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Columbia Graphophone Company Ltd.
  • Record Company – E.M.I. Records Limited

Credits

  • Engineer – Adrian Kerridge
  • Producer – Denis Preston, Peter Burman

Notes

Compilation of tracks produced at Landsdowne Studios by Peter Burman and Denis Preston and engineered by Adrian Kerridge.

Mono release. Green "Columbia" (no affiliation with Columbia Records) labels with yellow-gold lettering.

Track A1 recorded Jan 25 1962
Tracks A2-A4 recorded Jan 23 1962
Track B1 recorded May 10 1962
Tracks B2-B4 recorded May 24 1960