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Jazz Blues Club » Articles for 29.04.2008
Duke Ellington - Live At The Whitney (1972) Music » Jazz » Swing
Duke Ellington - Live At The Whitney (1972)
Artist - Duke Ellington
Album - Live At The Whitney
Genre - swing, piano
Label - IMPULSE / GRP
Year - 1972, release - 1995
Quality - MP3@320kb/s
Size - 91,8 mb
Total time - 55:22

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Duke Ellington - The Best of the Complete Duke Ellington RCA Victor Recordings, 1944-1946 Music » Jazz » Swing
Duke Ellington - The Best of the Complete Duke Ellington RCA Victor Recordings, 1944-1946
Artist - Duke Ellington
Album - The Best of the Complete Duke Ellington
RCA Victor Recordings, 1944-1946

Label - RCA Victor
Years: 1944-1946, release - 2000
Quality - MP3@320kbps
Size - 132,5mb





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Duke Ellington - In The Uncommon Market (1963) Music » Jazz
Duke Ellington - In The Uncommon Market (1963)
Artist: Duke Ellington
Album:In the Uncommon Market
Label:Pablo
Release Date:1963
Studio/Live - Live
Mono/Stereo - Stereo
Format/Bitrate:MP3/320
Time:49:45




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Duke Ellington - Berlin '65 Paris '67 (1997) Music » Jazz
Duke Ellington - Berlin '65 Paris '67 (1997)
Artist:Duke Ellington
Album:Berlin '65 Paris '67
Label:Pablo
Release:1997
Format/Bitrate:MP3/320
Time:46:40






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Stanley Turrentine - Up At Minton's (2cd) Music » Jazz
Stanley Turrentine - Up At Minton's (2cd)
Artist - Stanley Turrentine
Album - Up At Minton's
Label - Blue Note Records
Year - 1961
Quality - MP3@320 kb/s
Size: 82 mb + 82 mb + 58mb

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Maybe this is a bit of a surprise, but then again, maybe not. Stanley Turrentine was well known for having a durable muscular tenor tone and playing solid and dense soul jazz. Up At Minton's finds Mr. T at the beginning of his distinguished career in the fine company of guitarist Grant Green and Pianist Horace Parlan, with who he generously shares the solo spotlight. The formula is well known. The set is comprised of some ballads, some standards, some blues and some originals. The venue is Minton's, the birthplace of Be Bop, and the house where the bop flame is kept. Recorded in February 1961, Up At Minton's joins the other notable 1961 recorded concerts by Bill Evans, John Coltrane and Eric Dolphy. A good year, that 1961. AllaboutJazz
Charlie Hunter & Leon Parker - Duo Music » Jazz » Fusion
Charlie Hunter & Leon Parker - Duo
Artist: Charlie Hunter & Leon Parker
Album: Duo
Year: 1999
Label: Blue Note
Format: mp3@320Kbps
Size: 101 Mb (covers)

If it doesn't sound like a trio, that's because Charlie Hunter plays an eight-string guitar (five treble strings, three bass) and has apparently sold his soul to Satan in return for the ability to sound like two players at once. (There are other guitarists who play basslines with their thumbs and chords and melodies with their fingers, but none of them sound like this.) That doesn't mean that Hunter's playing sounds gimmicky -- on the contrary, his virtuosity makes this duo album sound like a nice, conventional guitar trio date. Percussionist Leon Parker is a bit more active than most jazz drummers, and that works out very nicely in this context, especially on the Latin-tinged "Mean Streak" and on Parker's own "Belief." There are also fine interpretations of the old jazz chestnut, "You Don't Know What Love Is," and of Brian Wilson's "Don't Talk (Put Your Head on My Shoulder)." Hunter's funky "The Spin Seekers" harks back to his work with T.J. Kirk. This is a wonderful, warm, rewarding album. - AMG
Milt Jackson - Night Mist (1980) Jazz, Mainstream
Milt Jackson - Night Mist (1980)
Artist: Milt Jackson
Album: Night Mist
Year: 1980
Label: Pablo/OJC
Time: 46:33
Format: MP3 @320kbps
Size: 103mb (RS.com)
AMG Rating: 4 stars


Most of vibraphonist Milt Jackson's recordings as a leader have been at the head of a quartet or quintet. This spirited set has a variety of "near blues" material being interpreted by an all-star septet featuring such unique voices as trumpeter Harry "Sweets" Edison, the tenor of Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis and altoist Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson in addition to Jackson, pianist Art Hillery, bassist Ray Brown and drummer Larance Marable. There are plenty of magical moments created on this set by these classic jazzmen. -- AMG
1983: Chet Baker - Live In Sweden With ke Johanssons Trio Cool, Baker Chet
1983: Chet Baker - Live In Sweden With ke Johanssons Trio
Artist: Chet Baker
Album: Live In Sweden
Year: 1983
Label: Dragon
Time: 72:57
Format: MP3 @192kbps
Size: 110mb (RS.com) - includes covers

Chet Baker's 1983 Swedish tour captures the trumpeter going through the motions -- extraordinary motions. The groove he got into in the 1980s in Europe found him performing excellent concert after excellent concert in places like Paris, Bologna and here in Gothenburg. Chet sings on My Ideal and But Not for Me and cooks up some compelling understated solos, too. To the casual fan this will sound like any old Chet Baker live record. For the aficionado it will reveal another facet of his sound and evolution, the tragic and the sublime.
Duke Ellington - The Arrival of Billy Strayhorn (1946) Music » Jazz » Swing
Duke Ellington - The Arrival of Billy Strayhorn (1946)
Artist: Duke Ellington
Album: The Arrival of Billy Strayhorn
Year: 1946
Format, bitrate: MP3@256 kbit/s
Time: 63:20
Size: 110,4 MB (54,2+56,2)

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Duke Ellington - The Pianist Music » Jazz » Swing
Duke Ellington - The Pianist
Artist - Duke Ellington
Album - The Pianist
Genre - jazz piano, mainstream
Label - OJC/Fantasy
Years - 1966,1970 Release - 1992
Quality - MP3@320kbs/s
Size - 96,9mb (sharebee)
Total time - 43:00



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Duke Ellington - Ellington at Newport 1956 (Live) Music » Jazz » Swing
Duke Ellington - Ellington at Newport 1956 (Live)Artist: Duke Ellington
Album: Ellington at Newport
Label: Columbia
Year: 1956
Format, bitrate: MP3@256 VBR
Time: 2.08:36
Size: 177 MB
AMG rating: *****

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Amazon.com essential recording
When Duke Ellington took his orchestra to the Newport Jazz Festival in 1956, the band was in need of an uplift, some humongous event that would revitalize its image in the wake of bebop, hard bop, and so many more jazz currents. Ellington got the lift he needed when he called "Diminuendo in Blue" with set-closer "Crescendo in Blue" tacked on the end. Tenor saxophonist Paul Gonsalves got the nod from Ellington to segue from "Diminuendo" to "Crescendo," and he blew doors. With one rousing 27-chorus solo, Gonsalves blew a fever into the crowd and jump-started Ellingtonia for another generation. Trouble with all this is that the living document of the Newport show is almost fully manufactured, recorded in a studio with crowd madness dubbed in. So this two-CD historical correction is an awesome addition to the centennial-era reissues on Columbia (including Anatomy of a Murder, Such Sweet Thunder, First Time: Count Meets the Duke, and Black, Brown and Beige). The producers revisited the Newport gig after four decades because they discovered an extant Voice of America tape--the one whose microphone Gonsalves blew his solo into, and the VOA tape catches the whole Newport set in its organic glory. Alternately tender with layers of brushstroke orchestration and blazing with the band's well-seasoned tightness, this new Newport is one for the generalist and the Ellington completist. It's got the revived original gig as well as the original commercial release. And they make great siblings, illustrative of the live-event charm and the music industry's dogged labors in reinventing it on record. -- Andrew Bartlett
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