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1969: Jack Nathan - If Glenn Miller Played The Hits Of Today Music » Jazz » Big Band
1969: Jack Nathan - If Glenn Miller Played The Hits Of Today
Artist: Jack Nathan
Album: If Glenn Miller Played The Hits Of Today
Label: Phillips Living Stereo LP LPS-16003
Year: 1969
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 kBit/s
Time: 39:02
Size: 82.7MB

A number of albums have popped up over the years with this simple premise: What would Glenn Miller's orchestra sound like if the bandleader were alive and had his musicians take on current pop hits? These albums seemed to be particularly popular in the 1960s.

Case in point is If Glenn Miller Played the Hits of Today (1968) by British bandleader Jack Nathan & His Orchestra. It's better than most, probably because of Nathan's roots in the swing era.

Nathan, a pianist, and his orchestra became well known in the U.K. through their frequent broadcasts on the BBC's Music While You Work. The program was begun in 1940 following a British government suggestion that morale in industry would be improved if there were daily broadcasts of cheerful music piped into the factories. There must have been something to officialdom's theory that improved morale would lead to better production because the program lasted in one form or another until 1967.

It was around this time that Nathan fronted a big band (not his regular orchestra) for some LPs for EMI in the U.K. The first was If Glenn Miller Played the Hits of Today, which was issued on Phillips in the U.S. From it comes a version of Lennon/McCartney's Yesterday.
1950: Pete Fountain-Basin Street Six - Bonaparte's Retreat Music » Jazz » Traditional Jazz

1950: Pete Fountain-Basin Street Six - Bonaparte's Retreat
Artist: Pete Fountain - Basin Street Six
Album: Bonaparte's Retreat
Label: 504 Records
Year: 1950 ; Release:1988
Format, bitrate: MP3-320
Size; 103 Mb

At the time of writing Pete Fountain who was born in New Orleans on July 3, 1930 is the only surviving member of the Basin Street Six. After the break-up of the band in 1954 he was to find fame and fortune, helped on his way by the magic of TV exposure on the Lawrence Welk Show. This led to Pete opening his own club on Bourbon Street, a great attraction for the many tourists who visited the City in their hundreds, and later a gold record award for his hit recording 'Java'.

In his early days Pete was the protege of the great Irving Fazola and was heavily influenced by Eddie Miller when he doubled on tenor saxophone. Today Pete Fountain is still a great tourist attraction at the Hyatt Regency Hotel on Poydras Street although his style is far removed from his Basin Street Six days.

As far as the Basin Street Six was concerned Joe Rotis and the rhythm section were all older and more experienced musicians, George Girard only three months older than Pete Fountain was sadly to pass away on January 17, 1957 in his 26th year, his exciting driving style to be heard no more.
~ Alan Ward/Mike Dine
2011: Andrea Motis & Joan Chamorro Group Live at Teatre Coliseum de Barcelona Music video
2011: Andrea Motis & Joan Chamorro Group  Live at Teatre Coliseum de Barcelona
Artists: Andrea Motis, Joan Chamorro Group
Album: Live at Teatre Coliseum de Barcelona
Label: bootleg
Year: 2011
Quality: AVI 720x480, audio mp3 192kbps
Size: 183 mb
Andrea Motis and Joan Chamorro are considered a revelation in Catalan jazz.

The first time you hear Andrea Motis, youll be astonished. Some of her videos have over 200,000 plays on YouTube. Not only does this young artist sing with a personality that hasnt been seen in years, but she also plays the saxophone and the trumpet.

Joan Chamorro, her mentor, has played a big part in this. The work that this veteran of Catalan jazz is doing with the Sant Andreu Jazz Band, the youngest big band in Europe, is sensational. His career as a saxophonist (among other instruments) is so illustrious and extensive that it would be useless to try and summarise it in these few lines. Tete Montoliu, Slide Hampton, Bebo Valdés, Randy Brecker, The Manhattan Transfer, Stevie Wonder... the list of musicians he has worked with is mind-blowing.

Excellently accompanied by Josep Tarver on guitar and other strings, Ignasi Terraza on piano and Esteve Pi on drums, we are lucky enough to witness a group of artists who will shortly be appearing on the lineups of the big European jazz festivals.
1971: Oscar Peterson in London The Rare 1971 Trio Session Music » Jazz » Mainstream
1971: Oscar Peterson in London  The Rare 1971 Trio Session
Artist: Oscar Peterson in London
Album: The Rare 1971 Trio Session
Label: BOUN
Year: 1971; release: 2014
Quality: MP3@320 kbps
Size: 85,1 mb
Total time: 36:48

The short-lived Oscar Peterson Trio with Jiri "George" Mraz and Ray Price only made two albums for MPS that were not very impressive, and dominated by O.P.. On this in London recorded cd, we can hear how well these men could play, and both Mraz and Price get solos (with applause, so was it a live recording after all?). Oscar was at his top of his powers during the 70's, and you certainly can hear why. Sometimes he takes your breath away during fast tracks like "Let's fall in love". Just before the GB Tour, they had some weeks done at Oscar's "base": The London House in Chicago, so these men knew eachother a lot better by now.
In April this trio would do a Japanese Tour, but it is clear that Jiri "George" Mraz was a great bassplayer and the British/American Ray Price is a fine drummer, we know too little about. On the "Exclusively for my friends" album: "The Way I Really Play" one of the very best tracks is "Alice in Wonderland", but here O.P. takes a completely different approach, but this one is just as great. It's strange that the Sinatra Soceity of Japan releases this CD after 43 years are gone. But as long as the large music companies are just sitting on all that treasures in their archives, I say: "Keep on going gentlemen!"
So this is a true find, and really belongs in every serious Peterson Collection.
~ A. P. Van Kampen,
1921-1947: Various Artists - Riverside History Of Classic Jazz Music » Jazz » Traditional Jazz
1921-1947: Various Artists - Riverside History Of Classic Jazz
Artist: Various Artists
Album: Riverside History Of Classic Jazz
Label: Riverside CD VDJ-1575
Year: 1921-1947
Release: 1986
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 kBit/s
Time: 72:33
Size: 172.3MB

This reissue gives listeners a perfect introduction to early jazz. The selections are divided into ten categories: Backgrounds (including African music, a sermon and marching music), Ragtime (both piano rolls and solo recordings), Blues, New Orleans Style, Boogie Woogie, South Side Chicago, Chicago Style, Harlem, New York Style and New Orleans Revival. The performances contain many highlights (nearly every selection is a gem) and, although emphasizing the 1920s, they do not neglect later developments in Dixieland. It's a highly recommended acquisition even to collectors who may already have the majority of these recordings.
~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
1958: Zoot Sims - Stretching Out + Bonus Album: Kansas City Revisited Music » Jazz » Mainstream
1958: Zoot Sims - Stretching Out  + Bonus Album: Kansas City Revisited
Artists: Zoot Sims / Bob Brookmeyer
Album: Stretching Out + Bonus Album: Kansas City Revisited
Label: DreamCovers Records (Mini-LP Papersleeve)
Year: 1958; release: 2014
Quality: MP3@320 kbps
Size: 182 mb
Total time: 78:34

The musicians on Stretching Out constitute an authentic who's who of jazz. The album pays homage to music that predates the participating players, and even the newer tunes are well rooted in the beginnings of jazz and intend to recreate the New Orleans spirit. However, none of the musicians here are limited to imitating ancient styles. Instead, they create fresh new music on this session, recorded right after the bebop era at the end of 1958. Cool jazz meets swing on this valuable but long out-of-print LP. Valve trombonist in the same vein, Kansas City Revisited showcases four songs associated with the late-'30s Count Basie Orchestra plus a couple of numbers that are sung by the underrated vocalist Big Miller, who was making his recording debut at the time.
2005: Upper Austrian Jazz Orchestra - 101 Years Glenn Miller Swing, Big Band
2005: Upper Austrian Jazz Orchestra - 101 Years Glenn Miller
Artist: Upper Austrian Jazz Orchestra
Album: 101 Years Glenn Miller
Label: ATS Enterprises
Year: 2005
Format: Flac + full scans@350 dpi
Time: 69:17
Size: 467 MB
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The Upper Austrian Jazz Orchestra was organized in 1991 to feature musicians from Upper Austria and others having a close relationship with that region. Known as the UAJO, the orchestra has performed in jazz festivals and concerts throughout Europe.
The CD pictured above is a 2005 release on the ATS-Records label. Entitled, "101 Years Glenn Miller," it's a tribute to the popular band leader and includes a performance of "Stardust."

"When I was a teenager, in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), my music teacher started a large band for dances and concerts, and their repetoire was mostly drawn from Glenn Miller charts. I remember my first experience ever hearing the big band, and this music - it was very exciting to me and has stayed with me all these years, which is why, today, I still have a soft spot for Glenn Miller music. My versions of the music do vary from the originals, but I do keep at least a small aspect of the originals in each version. For me, its a trip down a nostalgic road - with a difference, respectively!"
~ Michael Gibbs,2005
2011: Boom Box - Jazz Modern Jazz, Freejazz
2011: Boom Box - Jazz
Artist: Boom Box
Album: Jazz
Label: Jazzwerkstatt
Year Of Release: 2011
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 kBit/s
Time: 68:04
Size: 146.09 MB

Artist Web:

...This aspect of 20th Century music, and Dolphy's alchemistic embodiment of it, has everything to do with the seemingly eternal and fluttering beauty of "Jazz"...
The bird image, and the fluttering, soaring of the idiom of jazz itself, meet here, on the shimmering glacier of Borgmann's music.
So, whether it is all about the bird or all about jazz ultimately does not matter.
In the end, it is all about the profound beauty of where music and life meet.
Borgmann's prophetic conversations with bassist Akira Ando and drummer Willi Kellers regarding the mighty flight of the avian being are a parallel to how music captures the downward spiral of blue sorrow and the upward spiral of the joy that follows with equal majesty and splendor.
The fact that "Little Birds May Fly" is a precocious song about the very flock of living songbirds that make up a jazz tune is a masterstroke.
The playful nature of the music may sometimes be misleading, as this is a very serious journey, indeed.
It is a reminder that ears are a pathway to the mind, which is a pathway to the soul.
That is the real answer to the question-in-song, "And To Where?"
~ raul d'gama rose at allaboutjazz (july 2011)
1987: Paul Cacia - The Alumni Tribute To Stan Kenton Music » Jazz » Fusion » Contemporary Jazz

1987: Paul Cacia - The Alumni Tribute To Stan Kenton
Artist: Paul Cacia
Album : The Alumni Tribute To Stan Kenton
Year: 1987
Label: Happy Hour Music
Format, bitrate: MP3; 320 kb/s
Size: 142 mb (with scans)

A fine first trumpeter, Paul Cacia has long had a love for the music of Stan Kenton. On this CD, he brings back 11 arrangements from Kenton's prime periods plus an eight-song medley. Among the Kenton alumni who are heard from are trumpeters Jack Sheldon and Buddy Childers, trombonists Carl Fontana and Dick Shearer, and altoist Lee Konitz. Singer Janine Cameo fills in for June Christy. In addition, some of the Kenton alumni have opportunities to reminisce briefly about the bandleader. The music is heartfelt yet creative, sounding like performances that could have been recorded by Kenton. Well worth searching for.
~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
1954: Al Cohn & Shorty Rogers - East-Coast West-Coast Scene Cool, West Coast Jazz
1954: Al Cohn & Shorty Rogers - East-Coast West-Coast Scene
Artists: Al Cohn & Shorty Roger
Album: East-Coast West-Coast Scene
Label: RCA Victor
Year: 1954; release: 1995
Quality: MP3@320 kbps
Size: 108 mb
Total time: 47:07
In sessions involving famous musicians!

This album is in no way a contest, but a sincere effort to bring about a compilation of East and West Coast styles. Everything was essayed on an equal footing - the same instrumentation was used, an outstanding arranger-soloist of each school was chosen as leader, individual members were allowed considerable latitude for an exhibition of their solo capacities. Consequently, most of the arrangements are of a loose variety, within which the leaders and sidemen arc able to demonstrate their improvisational talents. That is why this album has two sets of notes, just as it has two absolutely distinct types of modern jazz. Each different in its own peculiar way. each offering a musical excitement of the highest order. ~ Jack Lewis
1963: Esther Phillips - Release Me Music » Jazz » Vocal Jazz
1963: Esther Phillips - Release Me
Artist: Esther Phillips
Album: Release Me
Label: Collectables
Year: 1963; release: 2006
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 Kbps
Size: 67.29 MB

The title ballad was originally a country & western classic, interpreted soulfully by Phillips.
~ Bill Dahl, All Music Guide

Phillips version of Release Me, a country standard that was later a hit for Engelbert Humperdinck, mirrored the blend of black and white music found, contemporaneously, in Ray Charles and Solomon Burke. An album, Release Me! - Reflections Of Country And Western Greats,
2000: Jack Gilfoy's Jazz State of Indiana Band - Volume Two Music » Jazz » Traditional Jazz

2000: Jack Gilfoy's Jazz State of Indiana Band - Volume Two
Artist: Jack Gilfoy's Jazz State of Indiana Band
Album: Jazz State Of Indiana Band-Volume Two
Label: Naptown Jazz CD NJ103
Year: 2000
Format, Bitrate: MP3, 320 kbps
Time: 51:15
Size: 135.2MB

Following on the popularity of Naptown's first album, this second The Jazz State of Indiana continues to feature the works of early jazz musicians from Indiana, but with a bigger band. From J.R. Robinson's Margie(1921) to Claude Thornhill's Buster's Last Stand(1921), this album recreates examples of that uniquely American art form - Jazz. The popularity of these two historical albums seems to indicate that there's an interest in the beginnings of the music known as jazz, now almost 100 years old.
1954: Nick Travis - The Panic Is On Music » Jazz » Mainstream
1954: Nick Travis - The Panic Is On
Artist: Nick Travis
Album: The Panic Is On
Label: Moon Beams Records
Year: 1954; release: 2013
Quality: MP3@320 kbps
Size: 87,7 mb
Total time: 39:57

You could say that trumpeter Nick Travis was the East Coast Screen shot 2011-08-29 at 8.41.16 PM Don Fagerquist. Blowing with a warm tone and lyrical style, Travis could swing. And like Fagerquist, Travis was always busy in the studios. Though he died at age 38 in 1964, he was on 350 jazz recording sessions, which is quite a significant number over roughly 20 years. Fagerquist, who started at about the same time as Travis in the early '40s and played until the late '60s, was on 362 jazz dates. Yet Travis recorded just one album as a leaderThe Panic Is Onfor RCA in March 1954.

The Panic Is On was a quintet date that featured Al Cohn on 4707309077_712d835aa8-1 tenor sax, John Williams on piano, Teddy Kotick on bass and Art Mardigan on drums. One senses that the arrangements were largely by Cohn to showcase Travis' story-telling solo style.

Travis could gently but insistently climb improvisational ladders and joyously roll down the chord changes. This is certainly the case on Travisimo and Jazzbo's Jaunt, which beautifully showcase Travis' soloing grace. Of course, having Cohn along on the date gave the tracks smoky heft and mobility.
~ JazzWax
1956: Eddie Safranski And His Orchestra - Rhythm And Romance Music » Jazz » Big Band
1956: Eddie Safranski And His Orchestra - Rhythm And Romance
Artist: Eddie Safranski And His Orchestra
Album: Rhythm And Romance
Label: ...And More Bears
Year: 1956; release: 2012
Quality: MP3@320 kbps
Size: 71,9 mb
Total time: 31:07

Whirlwind sax stars, Stan Webb and Phil Bodner help to initiate the second side with a vibrant and breezy Bandstand Bounce. In the ballid idiom again, a musical caress that whispers Never Let We Go, follows, as Bob Alexander supplies an embracing trombone solo. It's Evening Again is one of those'swing-for-your-supper" outbursts Whfire everybody is wailing, while Danny Boy is the exact opposite, a big band version of the popular fgjfc air played with refreshing restraint and taste. My Treasure, up next, is a richly melodic ballad offirtig some rewarding financial backing by Dale McMickle on trumpet and Will Bradley on trombone, among others, plus a bevy of gilt-edged bass figurations by the boss man, himself. The album concludes, as it began, in a free-whiling rendition of surging energy, replete with plunging, quick-silver solos, appropriately called, Night Swing. ~ from liner notes
1915-1945: Various Artists - Jazz Cities: New Orleans Music » Jazz » Traditional Jazz » New Orleans Jazz
1915-1945: Various Artists - Jazz Cities: New Orleans
Artist: Various Artists
Album: Jazz Cities: New Orleans
Label: Sunday Times Music Collection STCD-212 (Mono)
Year: 1915-1945
Release: 1996
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 kBit/s
Time: 60:16
Size: 126.8 MB

New Orleans was the cradle of Jazz.
March 1917 saw the release of the first jazz record, two sides by the Original Dixieland Jazz Band (or 'Jass' Band as it was called in its early days). Legend has it that Freddie Keppard had previously been offered the chance to record but had turned it down on the grounds that he didn't want anyone "stealing his stuff'. Historically therefore the honour fell on the five white New Orleans musicians who made up the Original Dixieland Jazz Band, led by cornetist Nick LaRocca. By the time of the recording which starts off this compilation they numbered six members.
In the same year of 1917 the exodus of jazz musicians from New Orleans gained impetus with the closing down of the Storyville brothel district. As is apparent from the locations of the majority of tracks in this collection, very little classic New Orleans jazz was recorded in the Crescent City itself. Amongst those who eventually left to settle in Chicago was Joe 'King' Oliver. In the summer of 1922 he summoned the young Louis Armstrong from his native New Orleans to join the band in Chicago on second trumpet.The following year Oliver's greatest band recorded prolifically, the well-known Dipper Mouth Blues being one of the tides. (For a reworking of Dipper Mouth Blues compare Merritt Brunies version of Oliver's Sugar Foot Stomp). The pianist in Oliver's line-up was Lil Hardin. She married Louis Armstrong and persuaded him to leave Oliver by saying "I don't want to be married to no second trumpet player".
The legend of Louis Armstrong as the all-time-great name in jazz is by now well-known. Sample that legend in the making on the acoustic King Oliver track, or in fuller glory, on the classic Weather Bird (in duet with Earl Hines) and Ory's Creole Trombone. So savour and enjoy these jazz greats; like clarinetist Johnny Dodds on the King Oliver track, Salty Dog, Ory's Creole Trombone, Perdido Street Blues and Red Onion Blues. Fellow New Orleans clarinetists Jimmie Noone, Barney Bigard and Irving Fazola are also featured on this CD. On trombone Kid Ory can be heard on The Chant, 29th And Dearborn, Ory's Creole Trombone and Perdido Street Blues.
For the rest, there's Jelly Roll Morton with his famous Red Hot Peppers, Freddie Keppard (who finally got to record in 1926), Louis Prima (perhaps best remembered today as the voice behind the King Of The Apes on 'I Wanna Be Like You' from Walt Disney's cartoon feature 'The Jungle Book') and the towering jazz figure
of Sidney Bechet on his instantly recognizable fat-toned soprano saxophone in Swing Parade. In the wake of the publication of the highly acclaimed book 'Jazzmen' in 1940, American Decca recorded several of the great New Orleans pioneers for a 78rpm album set.The tracks by Henry 'Red'Allen (with Edmond Hall on clarinet) and Johnny Dodds are taken from this fine set. Sadly, Dodds died just two months after his recording of the poignant Red Onion Blues, so did not benefit from the New Orleans (or Traditional1) Jazz revival which was just beginning. Bunk Johnson, a veteran from the earliest days of jazz, did. Kitted out with a new set of dentures, he made his first recordings in 1942. On the hardy perennial When The Saints Go Marching In, his band line-up includes fellow New Orleanian George Lewis on clarinet.
~ HUGH PALMER 1996, from CD liner notes
1957: Various Artists - Jazz City Presents Bethlehem Jazz Session Cool, West Coast Jazz
1957: Various Artists - Jazz City Presents Bethlehem Jazz Session
Artists: VA
Album: Jazz City Presents Bethlehem Jazz Session
Label: Bethlehem Records
Year: 1957
Quality: MP3@320 kbps (LP-rip)
Size: 83,6 mb
Total time: 33:38

One of the more loosely-constructed sides on the Bethlehem label an imprint that's normally known for keeping the reigns in pretty tightly! The album features 3 longish tracks played by 3 different groups: "I'm Glad There Is You", played by a group led by Russ Garcia, and including Don Fagerquist on trumpet and Howard Roberts on guitar, backed by a small string section; "It Had To Be You" played by a small combo led by trombonist Frank Rosolino, and featuring some great alto work by Charlie Mariano; and "Lady Be Good", played in a 17 minute version by Herbie Harper and "The Swingers", a group that includes Fagerquist, plus Herb Geller on alto, Bill Perkins on tenor, Pepper Adams on baritone, and Clora Bryant on trumpet. A nicely loosened up west coast moment! 1996-2015, Dusty Groove, Inc.
1961/1962: Vince Guaraldi Trio Jazz Impressions of Black Orpheus Music » Jazz » Mainstream
1961/1962: Vince Guaraldi Trio  Jazz Impressions of Black Orpheus
Artist: Vince Guaraldi Trio
Album: Jazz Impressions of Black Orpheus
Label: Fantasy
Years: 1961/1962; release: 2003
Quality: MP3@320 kbps
Size: 86,8 mb
Total time: 39:10

Brilliant jazz pianist Vince Guaraldi embraces the equally brilliant music of Antonio Carlos Jobim and Henry Mancini, along with his own compositions, highlighted by his haunting classic "Caste Your Fate to the Wind." Every performance by the trio is exquisite. Monte Budwig on bass and Colin Bailey on drums perfectly complement Guaraldi's delicate touch on the keys. Almost heaven. ~ Tim Griggs, All Music Guide
1960: Lorez Alexandria w Ramsey Lewis Trio Early in the Morning Music » Jazz » Vocal Jazz
1960: Lorez Alexandria w Ramsey Lewis Trio Early in the Morning
Artist: Lorez Alexandria
Album: Early in the Morning
Label: Argo
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 kBit/s (Lp-rip)
Size: 64.14 MB

Lorez Alexandria, born Dolorez Alexandria Turner (August 14, 1929 May 22, 2001), was an American jazz and gospel singer, described as "one of the most gifted and underrated jazz singers of the twentieth century".

She became established in the Midwest before relocating to Los Angeles in the mid 1960s. In retrospect, jazz critics have compared her to Dinah Washington, Sarah Vaughan, Carmen McRae and Ella Fitzgerald. She released twenty albums over the course of 36 years before retiring.
~ From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1962: Barney Kessel and His Men - Breakfast at Tiffanys Cool, West Coast Jazz

1962: Barney Kessel and His Men - Breakfast at Tiffanys
Artist: Barney Kessel and His Men
Album: Breakfast at Tiffany's
Label: Reprise Records
Year: 1962
Quality: MP3, 320 kb/s (LP-rip)
Size: 74 mb
Total time: 33:59

Breakfast At Tiffany's has Barney playing the best bits of Mancini's great score from the soundtrack working with a cool little group that features horn work by both Bud Shank and Paul Horn, both of whom provide some wonderful finishes on the top!
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