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Paul Chambers and Tommy Flanagan - Motor City Scene: Complete Recordings Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Paul Chambers and Tommy Flanagan - Motor City Scene: Complete Recordings
Artists: Paul Chambers, Tommy Flanagan
Album: Motor City Scene: Complete Recordings
Label: Lonehill Jazz
Release Date: 1959, 1960, 2004
Format: MP3@320
Size: 171 MB
Time: 75:03

This sensational release features Paul Chambers and Tommy Flanagan with two all-star Detroit formations including such outstanding musicians as Thad and Elvin Jones, Donald Byrd, Pepper Adams, Billy Mitchell, Kenny Burrell and Louis Hayes, originally named as "Hey" Lewis for contractual purposes. Both sessions were recorded in studio. The majority of the compositions provided are by Thad Jones and Pepper Adams and the music never strays far from the sublime.
Poll Winners - Poll Winners: Exploring the Scene Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
Poll Winners - Poll Winners: Exploring the SceneArtist: Poll Winners
Album: Exploring the Scenes
Recording Date: 1960
Label: OJC/Contemporary
Format: APE (image)
Size: 190+33,8 Mb

Poll Winners (Barney Kessel), (Ray Brown) (Shelly Manne) Poll Winners: Exploring the Scene.

For one of their better outings, the Poll Winners (guitarist Barney Kessel, bassist Ray Brown, and drummer Shelly Manne) perform nine fairly recent jazz standards. It is ironic that this is their only release not yet reissued on CD, since it may very well be their strongest program. The trio performs creative versions of such songs as "Little Susie," "So What," "Doodlin'," "This Here," and Ornette Coleman's "The Blessing." Worth searching for. ~Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
Nnenna Freelon - Nnenna Freelon (1992) Music » Jazz » Vocal Jazz
Nnenna Freelon - Nnenna Freelon (1992)Artists: Nnenna Freelon
Album: Nnenna Freelon
Label: Sony
Year: 1992
Release Date: 1992
Genre: Jazz Vocal
Format, bitrate: mp3
Size: 47.06 MB

When Nnenna Freelon recorded her debut album for Columbia, a string-filled affair titled Nnenna Freelon, she was quickly labeled a Sarah Vaughan imitator. However, her second date (Heritage), which featured her backed by just a trio and occasionally a couple of horns, was a major improvement and she displayed a much more adventurous and original style, showing that first impressions are not always correct. Freelon, after graduating from Simmons College, raised three children and had a career in health services in Durham, NC, before really starting her vocal career. She performed well at an Atlanta jam session with Ellis Marsalis and two years later, on the strength of that jam, she was signed to Columbia. In 1996, she switched to the Concord label and Shaking Free was released in 1996 and Maiden Voyage followed two years later. The new millennium brought the release of Soulcall in September 2000. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
Harold Land - A Lazy Afternoon Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Harold Land - A Lazy Afternoon
Artist: Harold Land
Album: A Lazy Afternoon
Label: Postcards
Release Date: 1995
Format: MP3@320 kbit/s
Size: 105 MB
Time: 45:39

Harold Land, a long underrated tenor giant based in Los Angeles, is quite melodic yet subtly explorative on his surprising disc. Backed by a string orchestra arranged and conducted by Ray Ellis and a rhythm section led by pianist Bill Henderson, Land explores dozen standards that are highlighted by "Nature Boy," "Invitation" and "You've Changed." He treats the melodies with respect and taste yet is not shy to stretch the music when called for. Harold Land plays beautifully throughout this memorable release. ~ Review by Scott Yanow, AMG.
Miles Davis Quintet With John Coltrane - In Copenhagen (1960) Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Miles Davis Quintet With John Coltrane - In Copenhagen (1960)Artists: Miles Davis Quintet with John Coltrane
Album: In Copenhagen
Genre: Jazz / cool, hard bop
Quality: MP3 @320 kbps
Size: 130 mb ( with 5% file recovery, cover
Release Date: Dec. 20, 2005
Recording Date: Mar 24, 1960-Jul 27, 1963
Format: Live, Compilation
Time: 57:32
Label: Gambit Records, Spain

Great live material from one of the most important pairings in modern jazz -- recorded during the last months that John Coltrane was working with the Miles Davis Quintet! Davis and Coltrane are working here on a live date from Copenhagen in March of 1960 -- playing on 3 long tunes that really let both players open up and unfold in their own unique solo explorations. Titles are all familiar ones from the Davis book -- "So What", "All Blues", and "On Green Dolphin Street" -- but the extended renditions offer more than a few surprises that make them well worth having. Plus, added to these is one more additional track from 1963 -- featuring George Coleman on tenor instead of Coltrane, plus Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, and Tony Williams -- playing "Milestones" on a live date in Juan-les-Pins. -
Herbie Mann - Standing Ovation at Newport (1965) Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
Herbie Mann - Standing Ovation at Newport (1965)Artist: Herbie Mann
Album: Standing Ovation at Newport
Format: FLAC & mp3 (320k/s)
Size: 230 & 84 MB (scans)
Label: Wounded Bird
Total time: 34:49

The performance by Herbie Mann's group was one of the high points of the 1965 Newport Jazz Festival. This album includes Mann's "Mushi Mushi" from an earlier date, but it is the lengthy versions of "Patato," "Stolen Moments," and particularly the encore "Comin' Home Baby" from Newport that are most memorable. During this period, the flutist's group included vibraphonist Dave Pike, two trombonists, the young Chick Corea on piano, bassist Earl May, drummer Bruno Carr, and Patato Valdes on conga. For "Comin' Home Baby," composer Ben Tucker, who had played earlier in the day as part of Billy Taylor's Trio, sits in on bass. ~ Scott Yanow, AMG
Dick Hyman And His Trio Music » Jazz » Mainstream
Dick Hyman And His TrioArtist - Dick Hyman
Album - Dick Hyman And His Trio
Label - Command Records
Year - 1961
Quality - MP3@320 kbps (LP-rip)
Size - 85 mb
Total time - 37:25

About this title: Dick Hyman was one of the busiest pianists on call for recording dates of all kinds in the 1950s and 1960s, yet he still found the time to record a fair number of albums as a leader himself during that period of his career. On this 1960s session, he leads a trio that includes drummer Osie Johnson (also a very busy session player) and bassist Joe Benjamin, whose credits include recordings with Duke Ellington, Gerry Mulligan, Dave Brubeck, and Dizzy Gillespie. The emphasis is on tried and true show tunes and music from the movies, such as "Love for Sale," "Lazy Afternoon," "Lost in the Stars," and "People Will Say We're in Love," all of which the trio play with plenty of swing. The music of Fats Waller has always appealed to the pianist, but his lively runs over Johnson's persistent cowbell during the introduction and outro to "The Jitterbug Waltz" give it a new sound. Hyman's one original work is the cheerful country-like "Down Home Melody." Although this isn't an essential album in Dick Hyman's sizable discography, it is worth picking up if found at a reasonable price. ~ Ken Dryden, All Music Guide
Smoke City - Flying Away (1997) Music » Jazz » Fusion
Smoke City - Flying Away (1997)Artist: Smoke City
Album: Flying Away
Format: FLAC @ mp3 (320k/s)
Size: 306 & 108 MB (scans)
Label: Zomba
Total time: 46:26
Genre: acid jazz, bossa, electric

The track "Underwater Love," used for a Levi's commercial earlier in 1997, is just one of the pleasing trip-hop and mild breakbeat tracks on Smoke City's debut album; other songs, like "Numbers" and "Dark Walk" are just as strong, and the alternately rough-hewn and sultry vocals of Nina Miranda (in French and Portuguese as well as English) definitely add to the proceedings. All in all, the album is a bit of a surprise considering that the group was completely unknown before gaining success on British TV. ~ John Bush, All Music Guide
Yusef Lateef - Jazz Mood (1957) Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Yusef Lateef - Jazz Mood (1957)Artist: Yusef Lateef
Album: Jazz Mood
Genre: Jazz / hard bop
Quality: MP3 @320 kbps
Size: 79 mb ( with 5% file recovery. Includes cover
Time: 38:00
Label: Savoy

Yusef Lateef recorded 6 LPs for the Savoy label in 1957 and 1959; this is the first one issued. Lateef and his group were playing in Detroit at the time, and they would drive into NY, record a slew of sides (sometimes for competing labels), and then hightail it back to Detroit again. He wasn't offered a club appearance in NYC until 1959...
Hank Mobley - Hank (1957) Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Hank Mobley - Hank (1957)Artist: Hank Mobley
Album: Hank
Genre: Jazz / hard bop
Quality: MP3 @320 kbps
Size: 78 mb ( with covers
Recording Date: April 21, 1957
Time: 37:41
Label: Blue Note

One of Hank Mobley's greatest sides from the hardbop years of the late 50s -- a searing sextet session with a 3-horn frontline! The group features Mobley on tenor, John Jenkins on alto, and Donald Byrd on trumpet -- plus a crackling rhythm group with Bobby Timmons, Wilbur Ware, and Philly Joe Jones. It's great to hear Timmons and Ware together, especially as both of them were at the height of their powers at this point in their careers -- and Jenkins' soulful alto work is a key part of the set, and makes us wish he'd gotten in the studio more after this time. Great throughout, with 2 long titles that include "Fit For A Hanker" and "Hi Groove, Low Feedback", a nice take of Bud Powell's "Dance Of The Infidels", plus "Time After Time" and "Easy To Love". -
1983: Chet Baker - September Song Cool, Baker Chet
1983: Chet Baker - September SongArtist: Chet Baker.
Album: September Song
Genre: Jazz / cool, West Coast
Quality: MP3 @320kbps
Size: 116 mb ( with 5% file recovery
Includes covers and scans
Recording Date: Nov 24-28, 1983
Time: 47:00
Label: Marshmallow / M&I Japan

More pairings with the great Duke Jordan. It has none of the magic of 1979's No Problem, but there are some good moments. On September Song, Chet's sings a lot, tunes that he didn't usually sing, such at "But Beautiful" and the title cut. Baker blows loud and high on "Barbados", but overall, it's a pretty laid-back session. Recorded November 24, 25 & 28, 1983, Paris, France; Lauwe, Belgium & Arnhem, Holland. -
Don Byron - Romance with the Unseen (1999) Music » Jazz » Modern Jazz
Don Byron - Romance with the Unseen (1999)Artist: Don Byron
Album: Romance with the Unseen
Release Date: September 21, 1999
Genre: Post Bop
Label: Blue Note
Format: mp3@320 kbps

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With Romance With the Unseen, Don Byron decides to not focus on a particular musical style, as he has done for most of his albums. Instead, he chooses to craft an album of songs that live up to the record's title; these are songs that feel romantic, but aren't love songs. Like most of Byron's albums, there's an abundance of technique and emotion, yet each track feels distinctly different from the others, while managing to form a cohesive whole. The most impressive thing about Romance With the Unseen is that, while it takes chances (how could it not, with Bill Frisell, Jack deJohnette, and Drew Gress forming Byron's backing band?), it never sounds inaccessible. It's a shining example of mainstream jazz at its best -- stimulating, provocative, and entertaining, all at once. by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Clark Terry - Clark After Dark Music » Jazz » Mainstream
Clark Terry - Clark After Dark
Artist - Clark Terry
Album - Clark After Dark
Genre - Jazz, mainstream
Label - MPS
Year - 1977
Quality - MP3@320kbs/s (LP-rip.)
Size - 105 mb
Total time - 51:57

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Clark Terry's 1977 studio date with an orchestra conducted by Peter Herbolzheimer might very well fall into the easy listening category were it not for his brilliant improvisations on fluegelhorn, which he plays throughout the session. Most of the material consists of classic songs that Terry was undoubtedly very familiar with by the time of this 1977 recording, including "Misty," "Willow Weep for Me," "Angel Eyes," and "Yesterdays," with the arrangements all having pretty much a low-key, late-night feeling, hence the album title. Producer Mike Hennessey co-wrote "November Song" with Willi Fruth , a ballad with swirling strings; and Herbolzheimer contributed "Clark After Dark," a tasty blues that is a good deal looser than most of the rest of the album, which also features great solos by pianist Gordon Beck and trombonist Dave Horler , as well as some great muted horn from Terry. The loping "Girl Talk" showcases tenor saxophonist Tony Coe and guitarist Martin Kershaw briefly. While this isn't one of Clark Terry's most essential LPs, his flawless playing make it a worthwhile investment if you can only find it. ~ Ken Dryden, All Music Guide
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