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Jane Monheit - The Season Music » Jazz » Vocal Jazz
Jane Monheit - The SeasonArtist: Jane Monheit
Album: The Season
Label: Epic
Year: 2005
Format, bitrate: mp3, VBR ~236 kbps
Size: 66 mb

Jane Monheit followed her 2004 Sony debut, Taking a Chance on Love, with the Christmas album The Season. It's an inevitable release. Monheit's star has risen consistently -- she's one of the darlings (or saviors) of contemporary vocal jazz alongside artists like Madeleine Peyroux and Norah Jones -- so something as pretty and easily salable as The Season ensures even more name recognition. Which is just fine. Monheit's rich, if mannered delivery is perfect for the classics ("Sleighride," "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town"), and her interpretations of "I Love the Winter Weather/I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm" (where Ella Fitzgerald's influence is strong) and the Carpenters ("Merry Christmas Darling") mix striking professionalism with a gentle, breathy swagger that's pretty endearing. Monheit worked with her usual quartet for The Season, though the arrangement for "Merry Christmas Darling" is filled out with a string section and the horns on "The Man with the Bag" combine with Monheit's winsome, scatting vocal to really take it out of time. Is this 2005 or a classic Perry Como special? The Season is a nice holdover for Monheit, a chance to have some fun with some standards while keeping her name and wonderful voice top of mind.
~ Johnny Loftus, All Music Guide
Jane Monheit - Surrender Music » Jazz » Vocal Jazz
Jane Monheit - SurrenderArtist: Jane Monheit
Album: Surrender
Year: 2007
Label: Concord Records
Size: 112 mb

Jane Monheit has a lovely voice, one that in its purest, most lilting form reminds you of the young Barbra Streisand, with the show-stopping qualities that suggests. Her haunting rendition of Sergio Mendes'"So Many Stars," the runaway highlight of Surrender, is also one of the best things she's ever done. (Mendes arranged and produced the track and plays keyboard on it.) Since she stopped trying so hard to be a jazz singer and found her mark as a popular vocalist specializing in Brazilian music (there are also guest turns by singer Ivan Lins and harmonica great Toots Thielemans), Monheit has sounded more at home with herself. The problem is, as delectable as her instrument is, her performances, more often than not, have a perplexing emptiness to them: they're like romantic settings with candles providing the requisite glow but no real warmth. She's only 29, which means she has plenty of time to deepen as an artist. But it could also be that what you hear now is what you're going to get in the future.
~ Lloyd Sachs
Larry Coryell - Live At The Village Gate Music » Jazz » Fusion
Larry Coryell - Live At The Village GateArtist: Larry Coryell
Album: Live At The Village Gate
Label: Vanguard
Year: 1971
Format Mp3, bitrate: 160kbps (LP-rip)
Time: 38:13
Size: 43,7 Mb

No one, not even Robin Trower, embodied the essence of Jimi Hendrix' playing like this sadly unrecognized guitar god. Recorded only four months after Jimi's death, this powerful performance for an appreciative New York crowd has his spirit and some of his chops shot through it. The album's strength is undercut by a long, meandering treatment of the Jack Bruce tune "Can You Follow?" But rock-solid bassist Mervin Bronson and inventive drummer Harry Wilkinson, longtime sidemen for their fleet-fingered frontman, give him all the freedom he needs to crunch his chords, as well as veer off on some jazzy tangents.
~ Mark Allan, All Music Guide
Larry Coryell - Barefoot Boy Music » Jazz » Fusion
Larry Coryell - Barefoot BoyArtist: Larry Coryell
Album: Barefoot Boy
Label: Flying Dutchman
Year: 1971
Format, bitrate: Ogg, 460kbps
Time: 40:33
Size: 134 Mb

Produced by Bob Thiele and recorded at Electric Lady studios with engineer Eddie Kramer, Barefoot Boy is one of Larry Coryell's finest recordings as a leader. "Gypsy Queen" was recorded prior to bassist Mervin Bronson's arrival at the studio, and features the percussion section locking into a groove over which Coryell lays down a riff and Steve Marcus cuts loose with a fiery soprano sax solo. When it's his turn to solo on this opening number, Coryell turns up the heat, sounding like a cross between Jimi Hendrix and Sonny Sharrock. (Coryell played with Sharrock on Herbie Mann's Memphis Underground.) "The Great Escape" finds Coryell cooking over a bass and percussion groove, with Marcus on tenor sax. "Call to the Higher Consciousness" is a side-long 20-minute jam in which all the players take a ride, with Marcus once again cooking on the soprano sax. Roy Haynes is superb throughout, working in tandem with the percussionists to keep the music moving. This recording is a noteworthy example of the possibilities inherent in the early days of fusion, blending the electrifying energy of rock with the improvisational excitement of jazz.
~ Jim Newsom, All Music Guide
John Coltrane - A Love Supreme Music » Jazz » Modern Jazz » Avantgarde
John Coltrane - A Love SupremeArtist: John Coltrane
Album: A Love Supreme
Label: GRP Records
Quality: Flac level 8
Size: 96+96+20 Mb
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Thelonious Monk - Monk In France Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
Thelonious Monk - Monk In FranceArtist: Thelonious Monk
Album: Monk In France
Label: Riverside/OJC
Year: 1961
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 256 kb/s vbr
Time: 59:42
Size: 65,3 Mb (complete covers)

In 1961, Thelonious Monk and his quartet toured Europe, producing a series of live albums for various labels. The First European Concert, as well as recordings of Monk in Paris, Italy, Bern, Copenhagen, and Stockholm all date from that year. The performances drew almost exclusively from a body of the pianist's best-loved original material, and Monk in France is no exception. While his playing here is less energized than it can be, Monk's singular philosophy is well intact. The pianist's lines are sparse and fluid. Characteristically, he maps out only the necessary notes in his off-kilter melodies, building solos from perfectly balanced melodic/rhythmic motifs. The European touring lineup is completed by drummer Frankie Dunlop, bassist John Ore, and tenor saxophonist Charlie Rouse. Rouse had joined Monk two years earlier, replacing Johnny Griffin on 1959's Evidence. He has a vibrant tone and fluid rhythmic sense best heard here on "I Mean You." Monk's responding solo seems slightly reserved, the fire and weight of his attack largely absent. The remaining two-thirds of the rhythm section, while accomplished, do little to drive him in that direction. Performing solo, Monk's reading of the standards "Body and Soul" and "Just a Gigolo" are two highlights. The former features the sort of ornate playing uncharacteristic of the date. Monk spins off dense lines that take many listens to untangle. The latter is given a brief rendition tinged with ringing dissonance. The 1960s would see Monk signing to Columbia Records, where he would release another string of excellent recordings like Monk's Dream, Criss Cross, and Solo Monk. Monk in France represents a pleasant but unessential sidetrack in the pianist's output.
~ Nathan Bush, AMG
Larry Coryell - Fairyland Music » Jazz » Fusion
Larry Coryell - FairylandArtist: Larry Coryell
Album: Fairyland
Label: Mega
Year: 1971
Format Mp3, bitrate: 320kbps
Time: 32:00
Size: 73,9 Mb

Fairyland has long been a favorite among fans of Larry Coryell's jazz-rock days. The stripped-down trio format allows Coryell plenty of solo space. He actually sings quite effectively on the first two tracks, but more effective are the torrents of 18th notes, mutated blues licks, and avant-garde sound textures that emanate from his guitar. "Further Explorations for Albert Stinson" is a later incarnation of "The Jam With Albert," which is a staple of Coryell jazz-rock compilations. A rewarding listen.
~ Wilson McCloy, All Music Guide
Thelonious Monk - In Italy Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
Thelonious Monk - In ItalyArtist: Thelonious Monk
Album: In Italy (live)
Label: Riverside/OJC
Year: 1961
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 224 kb/s vbr
Time: 45:39
Size: 69,1 (complete covers)

Pianist-composer Thelonious Monk's final Riverside recording before signing with Columbia (reissued on CD in the OJC series) was cut during a concert in Italy, part of an extensive European tour that also resulted in recordings from Paris three days earlier. All eight of the songs (which include "Straight No Chaser," "Bemsha Swing" and "Rhythm-A-Ning") had been recorded in more definitive fashion earlier and, although Monk and his tenor Charlie Rouse sound fine, the bass and drum solos of bassist John Ore and drummer Frankie Dunlop on practically every song are consistently dull and unimaginative. This is not one of Thelonious Monk's more significant dates but his fans will still find moments to enjoy.
~ Scott Yanow , All Music Guide
Thelonious Monk - In Copenhagen Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
Thelonious Monk - In CopenhagenArtist: Thelonious Monk
Album: In Copenhagen
Label: Storyville
Year: 1961
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 224 kb/s
Time: 1:11:15
Size: 114 Mb
AMG rating Thelonious Monk - In Copenhagen

Recorded in 1961, Monk in Copenhagen captures Thelonious Monk with his quartet live in concert, performing a repertoire of his tunes (plus a solo piano version of "Body and Soul"). Although this is a typical performance for the time, Monk was at what many believe to be the height of his powers. Too, he had finally begun to receive much deserved public recognition for his brilliance, despite his odd personal mannerisms. The advantage of a live recording is that the quartet gets to stretch out, so that solos are more developed and the individual tracks are generally longer than studio versions of the same songs. The overall recording time is generous, too, so that even though there may be nothing in particular to distinguish this recording from others, it is nonetheless a fine sample of Monk's work with his usual quartet. Tenor saxophonist Charlie Rouse is in good form, and bassist John Ore and drummer Frankie Dunlop are strong in support. Monk's solo take of "Body and Soul" is characteristically attractively quirky, and, although short, arguably the highlight of the album. While this recording is hardly indispensable Monk, it is nonetheless excellent work from the artist, and a solid addition to his discography.
Steven Loewy, AMG
Thelonious Monk - At The Blackhawk Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
Thelonious Monk - At The BlackhawkArtist: Thelonious Monk
Album: At The Blackhawk (live)
Label: Riverside
Year: 1960
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 256 kb/s vbr
Time: 59:34
Size: 97,7 Mb (cover)
AMG rating Thelonious Monk - At The Blackhawk

Thelonious Monk's 1960 quartet (which also includes tenor saxophonist Charlie Rouse, bassist John Ore and (for a brief period) drummer Billy Higgins is augmented on this live session by two guests: trumpeter Joe Gordon and the tenor of Harold Land. The extra horns uplift the date and add some surprising moments to what otherwise might have been a conventional but still spirited live session. Highlights include "Let's Call This," "Four in One" and a swinging version of "I'm Getting Sentimental over You."
~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
Blind Boys of Alabama - Go Tell it on the Mountain Gospel, Music video
Blind Boys of Alabama - Go Tell it on the MountainArtist: Blind Boys of Alabama
Album: Go Tell it on the Mountain: Live in New York
Year: 2003
Format: DVD-rip | AVI/XVID, 720 x 576
Audio: Mp3, 320 kbps
Size: 1,17 Gb

The Blind Boys of Alabama have spread the spirit and energy of pure soul gospel music for over 60 years, ever since the first version of the group formed at the Alabama Institute for the Negro Blind in 1939. Today, founding members Clarence Fountain, Jimmy Carter and George Scott joined by more recent arrivals Joey Williams, Ricky McKinnie, Bobby Butler, and Tracy Pierce are on a mission to expand the audience for traditional soul-gospel singing while incorporating contemporary songs and innovative arrangements into their hallowed style.
In December 2003, the band came to New York City to perform a special holiday concert at the famed Beacon Theater with Aaron Neville, John Medeski, Duke Robillard, Chrissie Hynde, Mavis Staples, Michael Franti (Spearhead), Robert Randolph (Sacred Steel player), and Charlie Musselwhite (Blues harmonica icon). This show aired on PBS in December 2004 as part of their pledge drive with the individual band members appearing in pledge breaks.
Thelonious Monk - The Thelonious Monk Orchestra at Town Hall Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
Thelonious Monk - The Thelonious Monk Orchestra at Town HallArtist:Thelonious Monk
Album: The Thelonious Monk Orchestra at Town Hall
Label: Riverside/OJC
Year: 1959
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 kb/s
Time: 53:15
Size: 122 Mb (cover)
Thelonious Monk - The Thelonious Monk Orchestra at Town HallThelonious Monk - The Thelonious Monk Orchestra at Town Hall

Pianist Thelonious Monk's appearance with a tentet at a 1959 Town Hall concert was a major success. With Hal Overton contributing arrangements of Monk's tunes (including a remarkable transcription of Monk's original piano solo on "Little Rootie Tootie") and solos provided by trumpeter Donald Byrd, trombonist Eddie Bert, altoist Phil Woods, Charlie Rouse on tenor, and baritonist Pepper Adams, this date was a real standout. The program (plus three additional numbers) has also been included in Monk's huge Riverside box set but, for more budget-minded consumers, this CD is a must. There would only be one other recorded occasion (Monk's 1963 Philharmonic Hall concert) when the unique pianist was as successfully featured with a larger ensemble.
~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
Larry Coryell - Difference Music » Jazz » Fusion
Larry Coryell - Difference Artist: Larry Coryell
Album: Difference
Label: EGG
Year: 1978
Format Mp3, bitrate: 320kbps
Time: 31:29
Size: 73,3 Mb

Yet another outstanding Coryell album, and one of the most unashamed jazz-rock guitar albums, yet all to short IMHO in its duration. The usual guests are around, Tony Williams, Steve Khan, the Brecker brothers, etc… Although the album was recorded in 75, it didnt see the light of day until 78; indeed it is an assemblage of Electric Lady studio (the Hendrix facilities) recordings and the Montreux festival of the same year. The only things that would make this album a bit different is the label that issued it (Egg) and the unrelated sea photo artwork, as the rest makes it a typical Coryell album.
Art Farmer - Art Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Art Farmer  - Art
Artist - Art Farmer
Album - Art
Label - Universal/Polygram [Limited Edition]
Year - 1960, release - 2007
Quality - MP3@320 kbps
Size - 87,9 mb
Time - 39:57
AMG Rating Art Farmer  - Art

During a career that spanned close to a half century, Art Farmer was well-known for his consistency as a soloist and a bandleader. This series of studio sessions from 1960, with pianist Tommy Flanagan, bassist Tommy Williams, and drummer Albert Heathe, find the trumpeter in great form, with the usually impeccable accompaniment one expects from Flanagan. Many of the rich ballads featured, including "So Beats My Heart for You," "Goodbye Old Girl," and "Younger Than Springtime," have fallen out of favor in the early 21st century, but Farmer's impeccable performances of these chestnuts sound timeless. A slightly jaunty take of Benny Golson's "Out of the Past" and a spirited rendition of "The Best Thing for You Is Me" also merit attention.
~ Ken Dryden, All Music Guide
Les McCann - Another Beginning Music » Soul » Soul-Jazz
Les McCann - Another Beginning Artist: Les McCann
Album: Another Beginning
Label: Atlantic
Year: 1974
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 224 kb/s (vinyl rip)
Time: 42:22
Size: 68,5 Mb

Les McCann is an inspiration, not only as an artist but because he is not afraid of anything. He comments, "I never plan the future," which leaves him with nothing to fear, and more space in which to create.
- Official site
Les McCann - On The Soul Side Music » Soul » Soul-Jazz
Les McCann - On The Soul Side Artist: Les McCann
Album: On The Soul Side
Label: Music Masters
Year: 1994
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 192 kb/s
Time: 1:02:54
Size: 86,8 Mb (covers)
AMG Rating: Les McCann - On The Soul Side

While other Les McCann albums have emphasized R&B or soul-jazz vocals, the singer/pianist does very little singing on this CD. Only on "Look to Your Heart" can McCann's vocals be heard. Except for "God Bless America" (which contains a memorable vocal by Lou Rawls), all of the other tracks are jazz instrumentals. Joined by saxman Keith Anderson, trumpeter Jeff Elliott, bassist Abraham Laboriel, and drummer Tony St. James, a 58-year-old McCann makes jazz pianism his top priority on this album. It's a very lyrical and accessible sort of jazz pianism — those who have spent a lot of time savoring Gene Harris' playing or getting into Joe Sample's Carmel should appreciate McCann's melodic playing on "Back Rub," "Shabalala," and other originals. Sadly, On the Soul Side is the last studio album that McCann would record as a leader before suffering a major stroke in early 1995 — one that weakened his piano playing without depriving him of his ability to sing.
Alex Henderson, AMG
Thelonious Monk - Monk Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Thelonious Monk - Monk Artist: Thelonious Monk
Album: Monk
Label: Prestige/OJC
Year: 1954
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 256 kb/s vbr (vinyl rip)
Time: 37:36
Size: 60,8 Mb
AMG Rating: Thelonious Monk - Monk

Thelonious Monk's Prestige recordings (reissued on three LP-length CDs) have been somewhat neglected through the years but, with the exception of a date for Vogue, they are the only documentation that exists of the unique pianist-composer's work as a leader during the latter half of 1952 through 1954. This set has four numbers (including Monk's originals "Wee See," "Locomotive" and the catchy "Hackensack") featuring Monk with trumpeter Ray Copeland (an underrated player), tenor saxophonist Frank Foster, bassist Curly Russell and drummer Art Blakey. However it is "Let's Call This" and the two versions of "Think of One" that are best-known, for Monk teams up with the French horn wizard Julius Watkins, bassist Percy Heath, drummer Willie Jones and the great tenor Sonny Rollins. Every Thelonious Monk recording is well worth getting.
Scott Yanow, AMG
Thelonious Monk - Thelonious Himself Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Thelonious Monk - Thelonious HimselfArtist: Thelonious Monk
Album: Thelonious Himself
Label: Riverside/OJC
Year: 1957
Format Mp3, bitrate: 320 kb/s
Time: 1:06:23
Size: 152 Mb
AMG Rating: Thelonious Monk - Thelonious Himself

Thelonious Himself is a mostly solo set by pianist Thelonious Monk. Monk's hesitant stride and thoughtful yet very unpredictable flights are always a joy to hear. He performs a variety of swing standards (including "April in Paris" and "I'm Getting Sentimental over You"), his blues "Functional" and as a bonus track, there is an alternate take of "'Round Midnight" from the earlier date. The one non-solo track is "Monk's Mood," a ballad that finds Monk joined by tenor saxophonist John Coltrane and bassist Wilbur Ware. The overall results are not quite essential but they should greatly interest Thelonious Monk fans who do not have his huge Riverside box set.
Scott Yanow, AMG
Thelonious Monk - Thelonious Alone in San Francisco Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Thelonious Monk - Thelonious Alone in San FranciscoArtist: Thelonious Monk
Album: Thelonious Alone in San Francisco
Label: Riverside/OJC
Year: 1959
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 kb/s
Time: 45:03
Size: 107 Mb (covers)
AMG Rating: Thelonious Monk - Thelonious Alone in San Francisco

With the robust ambience of Fugazi Hall in San Francisco at his disposal, Thelonious Monk recorded ten unaccompanied tracks over two days to create a long-awaited sequel to his immensely endearing Thelonious Himself long-player. As had become somewhat customary for Monk, he brought with him a healthy sampling from his voluminous back catalog, cover tunes, as well as a few new compositions. What is most immediately striking about these recordings is the rich and accurate sound stage at Fugazi Hall. The overtones are rich and thoughtful in their ability to animate Monk's recreations of some of his most endearing works, such as the pair that opens this set. "Blue Monk" still retains the proud stride and walking blues heritage of previous renderings. Adding a bit of off-tempo improvisation, Monk propels and emphasizes the rhythmic swing even harder. He is obviously also enjoying what he is hearing. The audible maturity guiding Monk through the familiar, albeit offbeat, chord progressions of "Ruby, My Dear" is striking. His nimble reflexes and split-second timing render this version superior. Again, the sound of the hall offers even more to enjoy from this performance. It is unfortunate that the playful solitude of "Round Lights" was never revisited. This freeform composition is framed within a blues structure, yet reveals all of the slightly askew freedom of a Monk original. The recreation of an old 1920s hit, "There's Danger in Your Eyes, Cherie," is another of the highlights from Thelonious Alone in San Francisco that was never recorded again by Monk. The noir qualities are immeasurably enhanced by Monk's oblique phrasings as well as the eerie resonance of the Fugazi. Both the CD reissue and the mammoth Complete Riverside Recordings box set luckily include two unique passes of the track. This is an absolute must-own recording — Monk enthusiast or not.
Lindsay Planer, AMG
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