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1959: The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Gone With The Wind Cool, Brubeck Dave
1959: The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Gone With The Wind
Artist - Dave Brubeck
Album - Gone With The Wind
Label - Columbia
Year - 1959, release - 1991
Quality - MP3@320 kbps
Size - 90,7 mb
Total time: 39:47
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The album as a whole is filled with wonderful surprises and contains some of the best that the cool jazz style has to offer. It is written in the record notes that the foursome believed this would be a special session from the very first take. The group played several of these tunes for the first time in the studio, working out the final product spontaneously. This recording is masterful in scope and very stimulating in style and detail. The percussion of Morello and the bass playing of Wright are quite colorful and filled with texture and majestic rhythmic quality. Desmond's lead on the alto sax is compelling and passionate, filled with joyous melodies that would be perfect for a romantic date. His ability to surf up, down, and through scale passages with a sense of effortlessness is certainly full proof as to why he is regarded with such high esteem within the entire spectrum of jazz. Dave Brubeck's proficiency resonates throughout the record as he shows off his classically trained ear. Brubeck is one of the few pianists who, during his day, clearly avoided standard bop melodic conceptions and rhythmic feeling, and played within a unique style very much his own. Gone With the Wind is strongly recommended not only for the seasoned jazz fan, but also for first-time listeners who wish to be thoroughly captivated. ~ Shawn Haney, AMG
Oscar Peterson - Jazz Spectrum Vol.3 Swing, BeBop
Oscar Peterson - Jazz Spectrum Vol.3Artist: Oscar Peterson
Album: Jazz Spectrum vol.3 (compilation)
Label: FONOGRAM
Year: 1959-62
Release 1971
Format Mp3, bitrate: 320 kb/s
Time: 32:01
Size: 76,1 Mb



This is the perfect introduction to the casual listener of the classic Oscar
Peterson Trion. A Very nice compilation too. - Bubu Hans
St. Petersburg Ska-Jazz Review (2002) Music » Jazz » Fusion » Jazz-Rock
St. Petersburg Ska-Jazz Review (2002)Artist: St. Petersburg Ska-Jazz Review
Album: St. Petersburg Ska-Jazz Review
Label: Zvezda Records
Year (Release): 2002
Genre: ska-jazz
Format, bitrate:: mp3, 320 kbps 48 kHz
Time: 53:06
Size: 122 mb

The First Album Of The Great Russian Ska-Jazz Band.

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Sonny Stitt Stitt Plays Bird (1963) Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
Sonny Stitt  Stitt Plays Bird (1963)
Artist: Sonny Stitt
Album: Stitt Plays Bird
Year: 1963
Label: Atlantic
Genre: Bop
Time: 44:53
Format: MP3@320/kbs
Size: 103 Mb
Rating: Sonny Stitt  Stitt Plays Bird (1963)

There have been vocalese treatments and Super Sax arrangements of Parker songs and solos that re-create each note perfectly. But what makes this homage so compelling 40 years after the fact is that it was played by Sonny Stitt in the spirit of the man, not the letter. The ability to make this legendary music come alive requires someone who knows the material and knows himself. It requires the great player Sonny Stitt. Bob Porter

Sonny Stitt forged his own approach to playing bebop out of the sound and style of Charlie Parker, so this tribute album was a very logical project. With fine support from guitarist Jim Hall, pianist John Lewis, bassist Richard Davis and drummer Connie Kay, Stitt performs ten Charlie Parker compositions, plus Jay McShann's "Hootie Blues"; these renditions of "Now's the Time" and "Yardbird Suite" were previously unreleased. Stitt, who mastered bebop and could play hot licks in his sleep, is in top form on such numbers as "Constellation," "Confirmation" and "Ko-Ko," making this an essential item for straight-ahead jazz fans (although the prolific altoist would record eight other albums in 1963 alone). [Originally released in 1963 Stitt Plays Bird was reissued on CD in 2006 and contains bonus tracks.] by Scott Yanow
Yoko Nakamura Piano Trio - Girlish (1997) Music » Jazz » Mainstream
Yoko Nakamura Piano Trio - Girlish (1997)
Artist: Yoko Nakamura
Album: Girlish
Label: Meldac
Quality: FLAC & MP3@320
Size: 338 MB & 138 MB
Time: 58:27

Yoko Nakamura was born in Kamakura, Japan in 1985 and started to learn the piano at an early age. In 1998, she was invited to perform at International Music Day Memorial Festival in Tokyo promoted by the Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs. Between 2000 and 2003, Yoko studied at Tokyo College of Music Senior High School, and performed at the Tokyo Opera City Recital Hall during this period.

Yoko has been successful in many national and international competitions. These include the top prize at Kawai Music Competition in Japan (1998), the special award at Takasaki International Competition in Japan (2001), the first prize at Nisshin International Competition in Tokyo (2002), the first prize of Piano Premier Challenge Cup at North London Festival (2005). She was a finalist in the Royal College of Music Concerto Competition 2007 performing the Chopin Piano Concerto No. 1.

Yoko has performed at various venues include recent concerts at Hinde Street Church in Marylebone, Chapel in the Royal Marsden Hospital in Chelsea, Chappell of Bond Street Piano Hall (represented the RCM in Conservatoire Concert Series organized by YAMAHA London), St Michaels Church in Chester Square, Claremont Centre in Islington, St Mary Abbots Church in Kensington, the Finchcocks Music Museum in Kent and at the Harlequin Theatre in Surrey.

Yoko is currently in her fourth year (Bachelor of Music degree with Honours) at the Royal College of Music in London, studying piano with Kevin Kenner.
The Roy Hargrove Quintet Earfood (2008) Jazz, Post-bop
The Roy Hargrove Quintet  Earfood (2008)
Artist: The Roy HargroveQuintet
Album: Earfood
Label: Emarcy
Year: 2008
Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop
Format, rate: mp3, 320kbs
Size: 142MB
Time: 67:19

The Roy Hargrove Quintet  Earfood (2008)
The Roy Hargrove Quintet  Earfood (2008)


The now mature jazz trumpeter/composer/bandleader Roy Hargrove, who has been utterly masterful since the beginning of his career, has been involved with various all-star bands, neo-fusion outfits, and made a very good living playing modern instrumental music. Now he is reaching a new and elevated level of pure jazz artistry with Earfood. A studio recording of his live touring repertoire with his working quintet, Hargrove presents several ballads, favorites from jazz veterans, and well rendered originals, all in the spirit of the famed trumpeters who preceded him. Alto saxophonist Justin Robinson and pianist Gerald Clayton are not only rising stars and standout soloists, but also players perfectly compatible to play this contemporary and mainstream modern jazz. Add young bassist Danton Bolder and the excellent drummer Montez Coleman, and you have a band that can bring Hargrove's music fully to life. =>
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