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Jay McShann - Hootie Blues (2001) Music » Blues » Piano blues & booqie
Jay McShann - Hootie Blues (2001)

Artist: Jay McShann
Album: Hootie Blues
Label: Stony Plain records
Year: rec. February 2nd, 2001/rel.2006
Format: MP3@320 Kb/s
Size: 95.4+37.8 Mb

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If there is just the slightest occasional hesitation in Jay McShann's singing on these tracks, which were recorded live at Toronto's Montreal Bistro on February 2, 2001 for CBC Radio One's Saturday Night Blues show, and if he occasionally doesn't really lock into the groove until the rest of the band (Jim Galloway on saxophones, Rosemary Galloway on bass, and Don Vickery on drums) jumps in, the real miracle is that McShann, at 90-years-old, can do this at all. But do it he does, and he delivers a wonderfully charming set of jazzy blues pieces that brim with an unsaid joy. Few players have so effectively bridged blues and jazz in their careers, and this autumnal set continues the fusion, including gentle yet sturdy versions of McShann classics like his signature "Confessin' the Blues" and the delightful title track, "Hootie Blues," as well as extended takes on "Deed I Do" and "Yes Sir, That's My Baby." Everything has an easy, joyful groove to it, and suggests that McShann will still be doing this with the same gentle flair when he reaches the century mark. The album closes with a 20-minute-plus interview with McShann that was recorded in 2003 at the North Sea Jazz Festival in Holland. In all, Hootie Blues makes a great capstone for a phenomenal 70- going on 80-year career at the piano. ~ Steve Leggett, All Music Guide
Royal Crown Revue - The Contender (1998) Music, Jazz, Swing
Royal Crown Revue - The Contender (1998)
Artist: Royal Crown Revue
Album: The Contender
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Year: , release 1998
Genre: Gangster bop bully
Format, bitrate: mp3, 320 kbps
Time: 43 min. 24 sec.
Size: 102 mb.

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Zoot suits? Black & white Brando movies? Las Vegas show bands? Sounds like something your parents would dig, right? Wrong. Royal Crown Revue is the coolest of a small crop of bands that struck gold with their own niche in post-alternative pop THE CONTENDER is not a collection of grunge guitar and gloomy, unintelligible lyrics; this is hot jumpin' swing with razor sharp horns, big, fat grooves and the hippest lounge-style vocals this side of the casino circuit.

Make no mistake; this is no gimmick. These cats blow the roof off the joint with enough swagger and swing to make Frank, Sammy and Dino proud. The whole clambake starts with a bang as the title cut comes on like gangbusters. Check out the ace tremolo pickin' on the hard swinging "Zip Gun Bop (Reloaded)" and the Krupa-esque hide-beatin' on "Big Boss Lee" and you'll know these cats aren't just frisking the whiskers. Other hip licks include a jumpin' "Stormy Weather" and the hottest "Salt Peanuts" since Dizzy himself. Get your mitts on this killer-diller, put on your best threads, grab your main squeeze and get ready to cut a rug until early bright. It's a gasser.
Teddy Edwards - Tango in Harlem (1995) Music » Jazz
Teddy Edwards - Tango in Harlem (1995)
Artist: Teddy Edwards
Album: Tango in Harlem
Year: 1995
Label: Gitanes Jazz/Verve
Quality: mp3@320Kbps + flac
Size: 158 MB (covers) + (340 MB, covers)
Total time: 69:58

Edwards was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1994, but he kept the illness quiet, determined to fight back and continue with his career. At first, when it seemed he would recover, he came back to even greater popularity. He recorded Tango in Harlem in 1995 with Billy Higgins and Christian McBride. ( from

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Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee - At Sugar Hill (1961) Music » Blues » Acoustic blues
Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee - At Sugar Hill (1961)
Artist: Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee
Album: At Sugar Hill
Format: FLAC & mp3 (320k/s)
Label: Fantasy (Digital Remastered, 1991)
Total time: 44:27

Sonny & Brownie at Sugar Hill is a live album recorded at the famous San Francisco nightclub. The two musicians were in fine form, with both getting chances to sing some of their standards, including "Sweet Woman Blues," "Born to Live the Blues," "Baby, I Knocked on Your Door," and "I Got a Little Girl." Their interplay is always a joy to hear, and while there are some better live shows available, this is thoroughly entertaining and worth the time of any of their fans. ~ Thom Owens, AMG
Yusef Lateef - The Three Faces of Yusef Lateef (1960) Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Yusef Lateef - The Three Faces of Yusef Lateef (1960)
Artist: Yusef Lateef
Album: The Three Faces of Yusef Lateef
Year: 1960
Label: Riverside/OJC
Format: MP3 @320kbps
Size: 104 mb ( w/ 5% File Recovery)
AMG Rating: 4 stars
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On The Three Faces of Yusef Lateef, Riverside seems eager to present Yusef Lateef, technical virtuoso, on a series of songs that step closer to jazz tradition than any of his work in the recent past. Largely absent are Lateef's experiments with Eastern modes, rhythms, and instrumentation, and in their place is a collection of largely upbeat, accessible songs, with a balanced mix of standards and originals. Much of the introspective, personal quality of his previous albums seems lost in the effort, but Lateef's playing still remains stellar, especially on oboe. That instrument, which is by nature soft and muted, is given enough power by Lateef to lead on several songs, most beautifully on "Salt Water Blues," where its naturally melancholy sound seems perfectly matched with the low, rounded tones of Lateef's rhythm section, especially Ron Carter's bowed cello. The quintet also shines on the following track, Joe Zawinul's "Lateef Minor 7th," where they provide a gentle counterpoint to Lateef's sweet flute line. Not quite as expansive or daring as much of Lateef's other recordings, The Three Faces of Yusef Lateef still documents a fine musician at work during the peak of his career. -

REPOST! Yusef Lateef - an American jazz multi-instrumentalist, composer and educatorm, known for his innovative blending of "Eastern" music with American jazz, was born today - October 9, 1920.
Happy Birthday, mr. Lateef!
1983: Chet Baker - At Capolinea Cool, Baker Chet
1983: Chet Baker - At Capolinea
Artist: Chet Baker.
Album: At Capolinea [Live]
Genre: Jazz / cool, West Coast
Quality: MP3 @320kbps
Size: 105mb (
Includes covers and scans
Recorded: October 1983, Milano, Italy
Time: 43:36
Label: Red Records 123206-2

From the title, you would assume that this was a live session. In fact, it is a a studio recording of the highest quality. Chet fronts a sextet that includes Nicola Stilo and Michel Grailler. Members of the group contributed 4 of the 6 tracks. This is a superb issue and should be marked down in the "must have" category.
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