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Red Garland Trio - At the Prelude (1959) Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Red Garland Trio - At the Prelude (1959)

Artist: Red Garland
Album: At the Prelude
Year: rec. October 2, 1959/rel.2003
Format: MP 3 @ 320 Kb/s
Time: CD 1: 72:10, CD 2: 66:10
Size: CD 1 (90.5+66.5) Mb, CD 2 (90.5+53.2) Mb
Red Garland Trio - At the Prelude (1959)

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Carmen Cuesta & Chuck Loeb - Dreams Music » Jazz » Latin » Bossa Nova
Carmen Cuesta & Chuck Loeb - DreamsArtist: Carmen Cuesta & Chuck Loeb
lbum: Dreams
Year: 2002
Label: Skip
Format: MP3/ 192 kbps, 44.1 kHz, Stereo

The wife of smooth jazz synthesizer, flute and guitar player Chuck Loeb, Carmen Cuesta has established her own reputation as a soulful pop and jazz vocalist, guitarist and songwriter. Having served an apprenticeship as a background singer for Grover Washington, Jr., Michael Franks, Gato Barbieri, Peabo Bryson, Earl Klugh and Jim Hall and a chorus dancer in such musicals as Godspell, Cuesta has been steadily attracting acclaim as a soloist. Her debut 1996 solo album, One Kiss, which featured guest appearances by Bill Evans and Toots Thielemans, was followed by the impressive Peace Of Mind three years later.
Billie Holiday - Jazz Round Midnight (1952-1957) Music » Jazz » Vocal Jazz
Billie Holiday - Jazz Round Midnight (1952-1957)Artist: Billie Holiday
Album: Jazz Round Midnight
Label: Verve
Year: 1952 - 1957
Release: 1994
Format: FLAC+CUE+LOG+Covers
Size: 230 MB
Time: 64:42

A collection of late-night jazz featuring the masterful creator of mood and conveyor of emotion. The mood she favored was intimacy; the emotion, love, which was often frustrated. Listeners who care about feelings-genuine feelings, which are sometimes raw-will thus forever find her music attractive and meaningful.
Shirley Horn - Jazz Round Midnight Music » Jazz » Vocal Jazz
Shirley Horn - Jazz Round MidnightArtist: Shirley Horn
Album: Jazz Round Midnight
Label: Verve
Year: 1998
Release: 1998
Format: APE+CUE+LOG+Covers
Time: 62 minutes
Size: 297 MB

Jazz 'Round Midnight is an enjoyable budget-priced sampler of 14 songs from Shirley Horn's stint at Verve. While this collection is hardly definitive, it is quite enjoyable, sporting an appealingly low-key, seductive atmosphere and several dynamite performances, including versions of "A Time for Love," "Fever," "Loving You," "How Long Has This Been Going On?," "I Wanna Be Loved," "So I Love You" and "The Meaning of the Blues."
~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide

Feat.Roy Hargrove,Wynton Marsalis,Johnny Mandel
Bob Brookmeyer - Portrait of the Artist (1960) Music » Jazz » BeBop » Cool
Bob Brookmeyer - Portrait of the Artist  (1960)Artist: Bob Brookmeyer
Album: Portrait of the Artist
Label: Atlantic records
Year: 1960
Format, bitrate: Mp3 320 Kbps
Time: 43:11
Size: 86,3 MB

Robert Brookmeyer is tall, lean, sardonic, epigrammatic, and utterly serious about music, if not always about himself. He has become recognized as on of the most expressive trombonists in jazz history. It is his not only that he plays the valve trombone with remarkable facility, but rather it is his imagination, intensity and cutting wit that make him an authentic jazz individualist. Although he is very much his own man, Brookmeyer reminds me of the harmonic taste and venturesomeness of the late Brad Gowans, the shaggy dog narrative humor of Vic Dickenson, and the urgency of Jimmy Harrison. I do not mean that he has necessarily been directly influenced by these men, but I do mean that he has a largeness of spirit and musicianship that these three shared.
David Murray - Octet Plays Trane (1999) Music » Jazz
David Murray - Octet Plays Trane (1999)
Artist: David Murray Octet
Album:Octet Plays Trane
Label:Justin Time
Year:1999 , release:2000
Genre:post bop
Format, bitrate:MP3@320 kbit/s

I was looking for music that had a lot of energy for me to practice with. I admired his songs, his arrangements, his technique, the tempos he chose. But to do this recording, I did not want to just copy him. The writing, the playing, had to have my signature.
David Murray

Art Farmer/Benny Golson Jazztet - Here And Now Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Art Farmer/Benny Golson Jazztet - Here And Now
Artists - Art Farmer & Benny Golson
Album - Here And Now
Label - Mercury
Year - 1962, release - 2002
Quality - MP3@320 kbps
Size - 78,4 mb
Total time - 45:31
AMG rating Art Farmer/Benny Golson Jazztet - Here And Now

Excellent jazz from excellent musicians!


The Jazztet had been in existence for two years when they recorded what would be their final LPs, Here and Now and Another Git Together. The personnel, other than the two co-leaders, flugelhornist Art Farmer and tenor-saxophonist Benny Golson, had completely changed since 1960 but the group sound was the same. The 1962 version of the Jazztet included trombonist Grachan Moncur III, pianist Harold Mabern, bassist Herbie Lewis, and drummer Roy McCurdy. It is remarkable to think that this talent-filled group wasn't, for some reason, snapped up to record even more albums together. Highlights of their excellent out-of-print LP include Ray Bryant's "Tonk," "Whisper Not," "Just in Time," and Thelonious Monk's "Ruby My Dear." A classic if short-lived hard bop group. [This is the original issue and does not include bonus tracks.] ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
Kenny Clarke / Francy Boland Big Band - Handle With Care (1962) Music » Jazz
Kenny Clarke / Francy Boland Big Band - Handle With Care (1962)
Artist: Kenny Clarke/ Francy Boland Big Band
Album: Handle With Care
Label: Koch Records
Year: 1962
Format, bitrate: Mp3 320 Kbps
Time: 34:25
Size: 71,5 MB

Kenny Clarke's 11-year collaboration with Francy Boland produced many fine records, but most of them have not reappeared as CDs. Happily, this 1962 session is once again available, showcasing the Clark-Boland Big Band's mix of top-notch European and expatriated American musicians. Boland wrote all of the arrangements and four of the six songs, with his "Long Note Blues (Here Is Cecco Peppe)" opening the album with a flourish. Cole Porter's "Get out of Town" has a Thelonious Monk-like introduction and recurring motif, alternating with the muted brass. Clarke's "Sonor" is another burning blues, featuring tenor saxophonist Ronnie Scott and Billy Mitchell along with trumpeters Benny Bailey and Idrees Suileman. Although pretty brief by CD standards at just 34 minutes 26 seconds, there's absolutely no filler in this highly recommended CD. ~ Ken Dryden, All Music Guide
Henry Threadgill Sextett - You Know The Number (1986) Music » Jazz
Henry Threadgill Sextett - You Know The Number (1986)
Artist: Henry Threadgill Sextet
Album:You Know the Number
Year: , release:Oct 12, 1986-Oct 13, 1986
Genre:Avant-Garde Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
Format, bitrate:MP3@320 kbit/s

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You Know the Number is another outstanding record from the Henry Threadgill Sextet. Over the course of six originals, Threadgill and the band fuse complex and spirited arrangements with incisive solo work. The material includes the calypso-inspired numbers "To Be Announced" and "Bermuda Blues" (one of Threadgill's most straightforward compositions), as well as the bittersweet ballad "Silver and Gold Baby, Silver and Gold." Other songs, like "Theme From Thomas Cole" and "Those Who Eat Cookies," feature the kind of buoyant, march-like rhythms and spastic, cartoon soundtrack horn arrangements Threadgill favored. Throughout the set, the band revels in some lively New Orleans-style unison playing and contributes excellent solos (special mention should go to trumpeter Rasul Saddik for his adept and blazing solos, and also to drummers Pheeroan Aklaff and Reggie Nicholson for their propulsive and tight rhythmic support). As usual, Threadgill's solos include an intriguing mix of dark pathos and intensity, while bassist Fred Hopkins and trombonist Frank Lacy follow suit with intriguing contributions of their own. This title is a must for Threadgill fans and also worthwhile for those interested in the experimental side of jazz. by Stephen Cook
Wayne Shorter - The Soothsayer (1965) Music » Jazz
Wayne Shorter - The Soothsayer (1965)
Artist: Wayne Shorter
Album: The Soothsayer
Year: 1965
Label: Blue Note
Format, bitrate: MP3@320k & FLAC
Size: 109.4MB & 322.5MB
Time: 50:00
AMG Rating: Wayne Shorter - The Soothsayer (1965)

Part of an explosion of solo albums Wayne Shorter recorded just after he joined Miles Davis' band, The Soothsayer wasn't released until the late '70s. Listening to the album, it is hard to believe because it ranks with the best of his works from this incredibly fertile period. Shorter has been called Davis' "idea man," and the creativity and thoughtfulness that earned him that moniker are quite evident here. The album's five originals and one arrangement (of Sibelius' Valse Triste) show a multi-layered complexity that seems effortless even as it weaves together contributions from a very strong, stylistic sextet. Of particular interest is the interplay of the three horn players, including altoist James Spaulding and trumpeter Freddie Hubbard. As a performer, Shorter also shows a lot of strength, with fluid, at times subtly evocative, solos that bloom with energy without ever seeming frantic or harsh. The title track shows Shorter at his most forceful and is one of the most passionate moments on the album, but even here, beauty seems to come first, while his low-key standard "Lady Day" embodies grace and calmness in every moment. [The CD version of this album also contains an alternate take of "Angola" that features some crisp playing by McCoy Tyner, as well as an energetic solo by Shorter. On this CD the alternate take is sequenced immediately following the take of "Angola" included in the original LP.] --Stacia Proefrock, All Music Guide
Don Byron - Do the Boomerang: The Music of Junior Walker (2006) Music » Jazz » Modern Jazz
Don Byron - Do the Boomerang: The Music of Junior Walker (2006)
Artist: Don Byron
Album: Do the Boomerang: The Music of Junior Walker
Recording : Dec 2005; Release: Oct 3, 2006
Genre: Soul-Jazz, Funk
Label: Blue Note
Format: MP3@320 kbit/s

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Few jazz musicians have been as full of surprises as has Don Byron. The Bronx native has over the years delved into the music of Mickey Katz, Raymond Scott, Igor Stravinsky, Herb Alpert, Henry Mancini, Sly Stone, the Sugar Hill Gang, Earth, Wind & Fire, and others, with little or no direct connection to the mainstream of jazz, as well as performing his own boundary-busting compositions.
With the extremely funky Do the Boomerang: The Music of Junior Walker, Byrons sixth Blue Note release, the ever-adventurous musician offers two big surprises. Not only does the celebrated clarinetist salute one of his boyhood heroes the late, great Motown saxophonist and singer Autry Junior Walker DeWalt but he also steps out as a tenor saxophonist of the first order. His big, searing tone on tenor is reminiscent of Walker while Do the Boomerang soulfully attests to Byrons ongoing versatility as one of Americas most creative musicians.

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