Find a Various - USA Jazz Live first pressing or reissue. Complete your Various collection. Recorded live at the 9th Colorado Jazz Party, Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs September 1971. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
This Telarc sampler pulls together material recorded live in New York and previously released throughout the course of the 1990s. Most of the tracks feature old masters at a late point in their careers, and in remarkably good shape. Some - Al Grey, Dizzy Gillespie, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Mel Torme, and Stéphane Grappelli - would soon pass away. Indeed, the appeal of this package often lies in its multi-generational mix, typified by Dizzy Gillespie and Danilo Perez’s duet on "Con Alma," or by the reincarnated Jazz Messengers’ "Oh, By the Way," featuring 60s veterans Benny Golson and Curtis Fuller in the company of Terence Blanchard, Geoff Keezer, Peter Washington, and Lewis Nash.
Such is the strength of Jazz: Live From New York. Telarc, being perfectionistic in sound reproduction, takes such inspirational power a step higher by clarifying solos, subduing the crowd's shouts and blending the unity of the bands into a mix honoring the significance of the recordings. Not only are they significant because of the stature of the musicians: legends like Lionel Hampton, Oscar Peterson, James Moody, Ray Brown, Slide Hampton, Dave Brubeck, Jim Hall, Louis Bellson, Benny Golson, Jimmy Heath, Curtis Fuller, Jim Hall and Jon Hendricks. What one realizes midway through the two hours of Jazz: Live From New York -perhaps sooner for listeners less dense than myself-is that the album represents a celebratory recognition of the extroversion of musicians whose talent grew through big-band touring.
In a sense, the jazz supergroup heard on the album - saxist Joshua Redman, cornetist Ron Miles, bassist Scott Colley and drummer Brian Blade - is paying tribute to a tribute: Old and New Dreams, a quartet of Coleman associates, including Redman’s father Dewey, that performed music written and inspired by their trailblazing maestro in the Seventies and Eighties
The Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Album is an award presented at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards, to recording artists for quality works (songs or albums) in the Latin jazz music genre.
Already the second ABC album in 1955 was a jazz record - the Urbie Green LP, displayed among the pictures to the right. It was produced by Creed Taylor who came to ABC from the Bethlehem label. He produced almost all of the about 40-50 jazz albums that ABC-Paramount issued during the second half of 1950s. Some few new jazz recordings for the label were issued by Decca in the 1950s and 1960s, along with recordings of popular music. But the American management continued to operate the company autonomously, and to orginize new recordings.
Jazz Con Class Internet Radio. Klobas Kesecker Ensemble - Moon and Sand.
|Colorado Jazz Party Vol.1|
|A1||On The Trail||10:20|
|B1||Just Squeeze Me||7:10|
|B2a/b||I'm Getting Sentimental Over You / Georgia On My Mind||7:00|
|Colorado Jazz Party Vol.2|
|C2||Lover, Come Back To Me||10:45|
|Colorado Jazz Party Vol.2|
|F1||Samba De Orfeo||3:55|
|F2||Theese Foolish Things||4:35|
|F3||Lester Leaps In||5:10|
|F4||Sweet And Lovely||4:40|
|F5||Jumpin' At The Woodside||7:10|