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Bill Evans - The Complete Riverside Recordings Music » Jazz » Mainstream
Bill Evans - The Complete Riverside RecordingsArtist: Bill Evans
Album: The Complete Riverside Recordings (12CDs)
Year: 1956 - 1963
Release: 1991
Label: Riverside
Format: FLAC + MP3@192
Size: ~ 4.2 GB
Time: 804:05

REPOST with addittional MP3@192 links from Mr. krotzilla

This magnificent 12-CD set contains all of Bill Evans' Riverside
recordings as a leader, an extremely important period
in the influential pianist's development.
Erich Kunzel & Cincinnati Pops Orchestra - A Celtic Spectacular Music » Classical music » Pop classics
Erich Kunzel & Cincinnati Pops Orchestra - A Celtic SpectacularArtist: Erich Kunzel & Cincinnati Pops Orchestra
Album: A Celtic Spectacular
Label: Telarc
Year: 2002
Format: mp3 VBR
Time: 59:40
Size: 100Mb + 12Mb

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Ireland, with its rich heritage of Celtic, Christian, Scottish, Scandinavian and English influences, has spawned one of the greatest treasures of music among the worlds cultures. A Celtic Spectacular, the latest Telarc recording by Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, offers some of the most beloved songs and dances associated with the Emerald Isle and its neighboring lands.
Lou Donaldson - Complete 1952 Blue Note Studio Sessions Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Lou Donaldson - Complete 1952 Blue Note Studio SessionsArtist: Lou Donaldson
Album: Complete 1952 Blue Note Studio Sessions
Label: Jazz Factory
Year: 1952
Release: 2004
Format, bitrate: MP3, 224 kb/s vbr
Time: 1:05:21
Size: 106 MB (covers)
AMG Rating: Lou Donaldson - Complete 1952 Blue Note Studio Sessions

This unbelievable recording contains Lou Donaldson's Complete 1952 Blue Note Studio Sessions. It features four separate all-star lineups of some of the greatest names in jazz, and captures the raw energy of Donaldson's earliest recordings.
The first all-star rhythm section backing Donaldson is none other than the famed Modern Jazz Quartet. This incredible group plays with grace, style and unyielding swing. Donaldson more than holds his own, using his technical virtuosity and exceptional phrasing to balance Jackson's brilliant work on the vibes.
Even though Donaldson doesn't appear on song number four, "What's New", we have included it in order to preserve the integrity of the session and the exceptional solo by Milt Jackson.
The second session features Donaldson pit against the piano genius of Thelonious Monk and the indomitable drumming of Max Roach. The great trumpeter Kenny Dorham also shows up with some high quality soloing on this exceptional date.
Pianist and composer Horace Silver joins Donaldson for the third session. Bassist Gene Ramey and drummer Art Taylor round out the quartet. Silver's powerful composition "Roccus" highlights the date.
Donaldson and Silver are teamed up with legendary drummer Art Blakey, trumpeter Blue Mitchell and bassist Percy Heath for the fourth and final date on the album. With a line-up like this what more needs to be said?
This outstanding collection is a must have for any Donaldson fan, and lies proof to the claim that Donaldson is one of jazz's greatest hidden treasures.

Liner notes, Eric Mills
Michael Brecker - Nearness Of You: The Ballad Book Music » Jazz » BeBop » Cool
Michael Brecker - Nearness Of You: The Ballad BookArtist: Michael Brecker
Album: Nearness Of You: The Ballad Book
Label: Verve 549 705 2
Year: 2001
Format Mp3, bitrate: 320 Kb/s
Time: 55:36
Size: 127 Mb
AMG Rating Michael Brecker - Nearness Of You: The Ballad Book

Nearness Of You:The Ballad Book Is A Double GRAMMY WINNER!!!

The seven-time Grammy award-winning tenor saxophonist, Michael Brecker brings an all-star band together on this first ever ballad project titled Nearness of You: The Ballad Book. Accompanied by Herbie Hancock on piano, Pat Metheny on guitars, Charlie Haden on bass, Jack DeJohnette on drums, and a special guest appearance by James Taylor, singing his sensational hit "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight" and Hoagy Carmichael's "The Nearness of You," the tenor saxophonist creates rich resonant statements on 11 songs collected in two chapters and their epilogue. Brecker has updated these great songs with the addition of Pat Metheny's excellent production prowess on such great ballads as Joe Zawinul's "Midnight Mood" and the Kurt Weill-Ira Gershwin standard "My Ship." "Midnight Mood" is sensual and seductive, complete with a blithe piano solo by Herbie Hancock in the middle section. Hancock fills in the beauty of Brecker's saxophone lines on this arrangement that is partially based on guitarist Wes Montgomery's version. James Taylor sings one of the best renditions of his "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight," and it's clearly due to the excellent musicians on this CD. Pat Metheny excels as a serious jazz artist with his well thought out treatment of "Nascente," which was inspired by Gil Evans' classic 1948 arrangement for Miles Davis on Miles Ahead. Michael Brecker has clearly maintained his status as one of the best tenor saxophonists on the jazz scene, and this, his eighth CD as a leader, is well within the musical excellence previously recorded.
~ Paula Edelstein, All Music Guide
Miles Davis & Thelonious Monk - Live at Newport Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
Miles Davis & Thelonious Monk - Live at NewportArtist: Miles Davis & Thelonious Monk
Album: Live at Newport
Label: Sony
Year: 1958 & 1963
Release: 1993
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 Kb/s
Time: 1:31:29
Size: 217 Mb (complete covers)
AMG rating Miles Davis & Thelonious Monk - Live at Newport

Although on the CD covers, Miles & Monk are billed together in matter of fact, as you can see below, they played separately. Miles in 58 and Monk in 63.
The piano player from the 1958 concert is another jazz great: Bill Evans.
This doesn't make this pair of concerts less interesting, of the contrary. Both concerts were introduced by the great jazz commentator Willis Conover (whom some of the older generation still remember him for his great jazz shows at The Voice Of America in the 60s & 70s).

~ Bubu Hans

I recommend this two cd set to any Jazz fan. It features some great live music from the '58 and '63 Newport Jazz festivals. Miles plays with his first sextet, and is in top form for this great performance. Monk plays with his quartet featuring Charlie Rouse, and on the second half of the Monk cd, Pee Wee Russell is featured, which provides for some great musical interplay between two of Jazz's greatest musicians. I highly recommend this cd to any Jazz fan who is looking for great live music.
Buddy Rich - Swingin' New Big Band Jazz, Post-bop
Buddy Rich - Swingin' New Big Band Artist: Buddy Rich
Album: Swingin' New Big Band
Label: Blue Note
Year: 1966
Format, bitrate: Mp3 320 Kbps
Time: 63:24
Size: 133 MB

1966 was a most illogical time for anyone to try forming a new big band but Buddy Rich beat the odds. This CD reissues the first album by the Buddy Rich Orchestra, augmenting the original Lp program with nine previously unissued performances from the same sessions. The arrangements (eight by Oliver Nelson along with charts by Bill Holman, Phil Wilson, Jay Corre, Don Rader and others) swing, put the emphasis on the ensembles and primarily feature Corre's tenor although trumpeter Bobby Shew, altoist Pete Yellin, pianist John Bunch and guitarist Barry Zweig are also heard from. Most of the songs did not stay in the drummer's repertoire long (other than Bill Reddie's adaptation of "West Side Story" and "Sister Sadie") and in fact only three members of the 17-piece orchestra would still be working for Rich a year later. An enjoyable and somewhat historic set.
~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guid
Sonny Stitt - In Style Jazz, Post-bop
Sonny Stitt - In StyleArtist: Sonny Stitt
Album: In Style
Label: Muse 5228
Year: 1982
Format/rate: MP3/320, (LP-Rip)
Size: 86 MB

Sonny Stitt was one of the giants of the saxophone, who could play any tune in any key and often did so, sometimes at 100 MPH! Like Zoot Sims and many of his contemporaries, he was happy to wander about the USA and Europe playing with whichever rhythm section was in residence at the gig in question.
Here he works with excellent musicians and the sound is great. One of his best recordings!
Charlie Haden & Hampton Hawes - As Long As There's Music Jazz, Post-bop
Charlie Haden & Hampton Hawes - As Long As There's Music Artists: Charlie Haden & Hampton Hawes
Album: As Long As There's Music
Label: Polygram
Year: 1976
Release: 1993
Format: MP 3 @ 320 Kb/s
Time: 01:10:14
Size: 160 Mb

Although one would not immediately associate bassist Charlie Haden with pianist Hampton Hawes, they had performed together on an occasional basis since first meeting in 1957. This Artists House LP, a set of five duets, was their last opportunity to play together because Hawes would pass away the following year. The music includes a fairly free improvisation on "Hello/ Goodbye," the duo's intepretation of the title cut, a collaboration on "This Is Called Love" and two originals from the pianist. This quiet and often lyrical set contains a great deal of thoughtful and subtle music by two masters.
Earl Hines - 57 Varieties Music » Jazz » Traditional Jazz
Earl Hines - 57 Varieties
Artist - Earl Hines
Album - 57 Varieties
Label - Marshall Cavendish
Years: 1928-1950
Quality - MP3@320 kbps
Size - 106 mb
Total time - 64:09
AMG Rating Earl Hines - 57 Varieties

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This French CBS LP features the great Earl Hines on four classic piano solos from 1928 (including "A Monday Date" and "57 Varieties"), two takes apiece of two solo pieces in 1932 and a trio session from 1950. Brilliant music from the chancetaking pianist that deserves to be reissued on CD. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
Charlie Haden & Michael Brecker - American Dreams Music » Jazz » Fusion
Charlie Haden & Michael Brecker - American DreamsArtist: Charlie Haden with Michael Brecker
Album: American Dreams
Label: Verve
Year: 2002
Format: mp3@320kbps
Time: 01:14:59
Size: 171 Mb

This overly long quartet-plus-strings session is Charlie Haden's paean to an ideal America, made during a time that was ripe for such reflections. The band, with Haden on bass, Michael Brecker on tenor, Brad Mehldau on piano, and Brian Blade on drums, is unassailably strong. But listeners could have lived without the ear-candy sheen provided by the 34-piece orchestra, arranged primarily by Alan Broadbent, with additional contributions from Jeremy Lubbock and Vince Mendoza. (Broadbent and Mendoza also penned charts for Jane Monheit's In the Sun, released two weeks earlier.) Aside from outright banalities like "America the Beautiful" and "It Might Be You" (yes, the Stephen Bishop lite-radio hit), there are some saving graces, like Keith Jarrett's "Prism" and "No Lonely Nights," Mehldau's "Ron's Place," and Haden's two originals, "American Dreams" and "Nightfall." But Pat Metheny's "Travels" goes soggy without its Midwestern guitar twang, and Ornette Coleman's "Bird Food," one of only three tracks not to feature the orchestra, is so wildly out of place that its impact is somehow diminished -- notwithstanding a vivid pedal-point interlude about six minutes in.
~ David R. Adler, All Music Guide
Yoshiko Kishino - Photograph Music » Jazz » Mainstream
Yoshiko Kishino - PhotographArtist: Yoshiko Kishino
Album: Photograph
Label: GRP MVCR 30002
Quality: FLAC & MP3@320
Size: 299 MB & 134 MB
Time: 59:56

Tokyo female jazz pianist Yoshiko Kishino graduated from Tohhoh music college, won the keyboard prize in the Yamaha Popular Contest and, in 1990, went to New York to study composition. In 1993 she lead her first group, Brand New. Her first album Fairy Tale (GRP 1995) won her the Golden Disk with Japanese jazz magazine SwingJournal. She has worked together with musicians like Marc Johnson or Peter Arskin. Yoshiko Kishino plays in the lyrical style of the Bill Evans school.
Kenny Dorham - Afro-Cuban Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Kenny Dorham - Afro-Cuban
Artist: Kenny Dorham
Album: Afro-Cuban
Label: Blue Note 92744
Year: 1955
Release: 2007
Format: MP 3 @ 320 Kb/s
Time: 45:44
Size: 84.3 Mb
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