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Artist - John Abercrombie Album - The Third Quartet Label - ECM Year - 2006 Quality - MP3@320 kbps Size: 83,8+83,5 mb
The third album by the group many listeners feel is John Abercrombie’s best-ever band. The American guitarist has always been, by his own account, both a ”traditionalist and a free player”. The same can be claimed of is colleagues here who share a strong sense for form also while improvising together. Abercrombie: ”The free improvs sound more like chamber music rather than free jazz now”: not only a reflection on the emphasis on strings – guitar, violin, bass – but also of the advanced harmonic awareness of Mark Feldman, Marc Johnson and the leader.
Artist: Blue Mitchell Album: Out Of The Blue Release Date: 1959 Label: Original Jazz Classics Bit Rate: 320 kbps Size: 90,13+16,9 mb Total time: 46:31 AMG Rating:
This early recording by Blue Mitchell finds the distinctive trumpeter in excellent form in a quintet also featuring tenor saxophonist Benny Golson (who contributed "Blues on My Mind"), either Wynton Kelly or Cedar Walton on piano, Paul Chambers or Sam Jones on bass and drummer Art Blakey. The consistently swinging repertoire includes a surprisingly effective version of "When the Saints Go Marching In." "Studio B," recorded in the same period but formerly available only in a sampler, has been added to the program. It's an enjoyable date of high-quality hard bop.