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Edmond Hall - Petite Fleur Music » Jazz » Traditional Jazz
Edmond Hall - Petite Fleur
Artist - Edmond Hall
Album - Petite Fleur
Genre - Traditional Jazz, swing
Label - Mighty Quinn
Year - 1958
Quality - MP3@320kbps (LP-rip)
Size - 95,3mb
Total tme - 39:25
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Aside from a few compilations consisting of previously released 78 rpm recordings, the 1959 United Artists LP Petite Fleur represents the first album by New Orleans clarinetist Edmond Hall. Accompanied by pianist Ellis Larkins, bassist Milt Hinton, and drummer Jimmy Crawford, Hall revisits Sidney Bechet's "Petite Fleur" and another Dixieland classic, "Clarinet Marmalade," with great feeling. His perky original "Cook Good" was inspired by a folk tune he heard as a young man called "Cook Good Cabbage." The group expands to a sextet with the addition of trumpeter Emmett Berry and trombonist Vic Dickenson on four tracks. A medley of six songs from the vast Duke Ellington songbook showcases a different side of Hall and some excellent muted horn by Dickenson. The leader even takes a rare vocal on the swinging closer, "Don't Give Me No Sympathy." ~ Ken Dryden, All Music Guide
Yma Sumac - The Ultimate Collection Music » Jazz » Fusion » Smooth & Lounge
Yma Sumac - The Ultimate  Collection
Artist - Yma Sumac
Album - The Ultimate Collection
Genre - Smooth & Lounge,Jazz, Blues, Folk
Label - Capitol/EMI
Years: 1950 - 1957
Quality - MP3@320kb/s
Size - 126 mb
Total time - 62:58

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Yma Sumac is an outrageous Goddess of the exotic and the unusual. Her music conjures images of an imaginary ancient Peru as filtered through cartoon-like 1950s Hollywood, filled with pagan sacrifices, sun rituals, Amazon headhunters, and her, a high priestess, reigning over the proceedings with that incredible five octave voice.

Yma Sumac was born in the tiny mountain village of Ichocan, Peru to a family allegedly descended from Atahualpa, the last Inca. While in her teens she and Peruvian composer Moises Vivanco began making the music that combined Peruvian folk themes with complex orchestral arrangements over her exotic vocalizations. THE ULTIMATE YMA SUMAC COLLECTION brings together the best tracks from her decade-long recording career for Capitol (which spanned the '50s).

Included in this collection is the eerie "Chuncho (The Forest Creatures)" from her classic INCA TAQUI album where she imitates all the creatures of the rainforest over a hypnotic guitar-based groove, and the exotic standard "Wimoweh," which later became a hit for the Tokens as "The Lion Sleeps Tonight." The collection also includes rare tracks and previously unreleased material, as well as a collectible booklet that has reproductions of all Sumac's album covers and other wonderful photos of her in her Peruvian drag.
Josephine Baker - J'ai Deux Amours (2003) Music » Jazz » Vocal Jazz
Josephine Baker - J'ai Deux Amours (2003)

Artist: Josephine Baker
Album: J'ai Deux Amours
Year: 2003
Label: The Intense Music
Format:EAC(WAV)+CUE+LOG or MP3@320 Kb/s Full scans
Size: 352mb; 119 mb


Many people have heard of Josephine Baker but how many know what kind of person she was before she took Paris by storm during the 1920s. Born in St.Louis, Missouri from humble beginnings to a washerwoman, abandoned by her Father, her Mother married again to a kind but perpetually unemployed man. The family eventually grew to include three more children. Josephine cleaned houses and babysat for wealthy white families and at thirteen was a waitress at a club. While waiting at tables she met and had a brief marriage to Willie Wells, but Josephine was determined never to depend on a man for support, and when the relationship soured she left, unusual for a woman of her era. But she was an unusual woman and married three more times while keeping the name Baker acquired when married to American Willie Baker in 1921. After that marriage she attained French citizenship when she married Jean Lion in 1937. Having sang in Harlem night clubs and at ten working as an extra at the St. Louis music-hall, she became keen to be a dancer so she ran away to New York where she joined Eubie Blake and Noble Sissics all-black touring show Shuffle Along. She was even advised to improve her dancing skills, after being told she `danced like a Monkey. Undeterred from her first ambition, in 1925 she joined the Dudley Dance, a twenty-five strong group comprising mostly black dancers, singers and musicians who included the young Sidney Bechet in a European tour of Lew Leslies Blackbirds. This show hit Paris as `La revue negre at the Champs-Elysees in October 1925 and introduced the Charleston to Paris. `La Baker conquered overnight; resplendently naked apart from strategically placed ostrich feathers. A combination of stage-presence and cute vocalising meant she soon outshone all her rivals at the leading nightspots. With her comic, sensual appeal and her exotic beauty she generated nicknames like `Black Venus, `Black Pearl and `Creole Goddess. So famous did she become that her admirers, and there were many, bestowed a plethora of gifts, including diamonds and cars, and many offers of marriage.

Jody Wiiliams - You Left Me In The Dark (2004) Music » Blues
Jody Wiiliams - You Left Me In The Dark (2004)

Artist: Jody Wiiliams
Album: You Left Me In The Dark
Label: Evidence Records
Year: 2004
Genre: Blues
Styles: Modern Electric Blues
Format: mp3 bitrate: 320kb/s
Time: 60:08
Size: 95,8 + 30,7 MB

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"You Left Me In The Dark" is a very fine album. It makes you wonder what might have been if Williams had not quit the blues scene for so long. Thanks to his wife (who persuaded him to take the guitar out from under the bed) and his friends who helped reintroduce him to live performing, the blues world is once more a richer place. "You Left Me In The Dark" is a class CD from a class act. ~ Gordon Baxter

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Wes Montgomery - Tequila (1966) Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Wes Montgomery - Tequila (1966)

Artist: Wes Montgomery
Album: Tequila
Label: Verve
Year: March, May 1966
Format: MP 3 @ 320 Kb/s
Time: 46:39
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Oscar Peterson - The Trio (1973) Music » Jazz » Mainstream
Oscar Peterson - The Trio (1973)
Label - Pablo
Year - 1973, Release - 1998
Quality - MP3@320kb
Size - 86,5mb
Total time - 38:18

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Guitarist Joe Pass and bassist Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen both play well on these live performances, but the reason to acquire this set is for the remarkable Oscar Peterson. The pianist brilliantly investigates several jazz styles on "Blues Etude" (including stride and boogie-woogie), plays exciting versions of his "Chicago Blues" and "Easy Listening Blues," tears into "Secret Love," and shows honest emotion on "Come Sunday." Peterson really flourished during his years with Norman Granz's Pablo label, and this was one of his finest recordings of the period. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
Kenny Garrett - Simply Said (1999) Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
Kenny Garrett - Simply Said (1999)
Artist: Kenny Garrett
Album: Simply Said
Label: Warner Brothers
Year: 1999
Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop, Contemporary Jazz
Format, bitrate: MP3@320 kbps
Time: 61:09
Size: 137.6 Mb

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There's no denying that Kenny Garrett is a tremendous saxophonist, whether on alto or the much less manageable sopranino and soprano. But Garrett established this fact long before this odd mix of tunes. His Triology was a sophisticated, intricate pianoless trio date, and Pursuance was a moving, apt tribute to John Coltrane. So Simply Said isn't about Garrett's talent, and that's too bad. The music's consistently mired in what seems confusion. Does the saxophonist want to be considered an ace smooth-jazzer? Too often, there's only the acoustic band setting--with pianists Shedrick Mitchell or Mulgrew Miller, drummers Chris Dave or Jeff Watts, and even Pat Metheny--to set this apart from synth-enhanced pop jazz. If Garrett envisions this as his smooth jazz record, it's entirely stronger than most music in that genre. But if it's to be considered in light of Garrett's other work, it's a distinct disappointment. The melodies are too simply stated to be memorable, the saxophones too thin and their phrases not even dented with the convolutions Garrett's earlier work hints at. If it's the burning, creative Garrett you're after, this recording is probably going to be a bummer for you. But if you're wondering what this Kenny "G" can add to the smooth mix, then the good truth is Simply Said here. --Andrew Bartlett
Chuck Mangione Quintet - Recuerdo (1962) Music » Jazz » BeBop
Chuck Mangione Quintet - Recuerdo (1962)
Artist: Chuck Mangione
Album: Recuerdo
Label: Jazzland/OJC
Release: 1991
Recording Date: Jul 31, 1962
Quality: mp3@320
Time: 49:05
Size: 95.7 + 19.0


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Hal Singer & Milt Buckner - Milt And Hal (1968) Music » Jazz
Hal Singer &  Milt Buckner - Milt And Hal (1968)
Artists: Hal Singer and Milt Buckner
Album: Milt And Hal
Label: Black & Blue
Release: 1968
Format/Bitrate: MP3/256
Size: 114 MB


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