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Erroll Garner - Paris Impressions Music » Jazz
Erroll Garner - Paris Impressions Artist: Erroll Garner
Album: Paris Impressions
Release: 1958
Label: CBS (Double LP)
Format/Bitrate: MP3/320
Size: 102+124 MB

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Coleman Hawkins/Roy Eldridge Quintet - Complete The Bayou Club 1959 Music » Jazz » Swing
Coleman Hawkins/Roy Eldridge Quintet - Complete The Bayou Club 1959
Artists: Coleman Hawkins & Roy Eldridge
Album: Complete The Bayou Club 1959 2CD
Label: Lonehill Jazz
Year: 1959, release - 2008
Quality: MP3;320 kbps
Size: 159+163 mb
Total time:74:38+76:12

Happy Bithday To Jazz Blues Club!

Two authentic geniuses of their respective instruments, Coleman Hawkins and Roy Eldridge complemented each other perfectly and loved to play together. Hawkins (1904-1969) began playing various saxes in the Fletcher Henderson orchestra - which also featured a young Louis Armstrong on cornet - in the early twenties. He is considered the father of the tenor saxophone in jazz. Eldridge (1911-1989) - who was also a singer and a drummer - was obviously inspired by Armstrong's trumpet but took the instrument to new places that would set the groundwork for Dizzy Gillespie and other modern jazz trumpeters. While both Hawkins and Eldridge were clearly rooted in swing, they were both so original and had such a beautiful and personal sound on their horns that they never ceased to be modern.

The Bayou performances were privately taped in 1958 during a one-night engagement in Washington. As was usual with these one-nighters, only the main stars were called, and the rhythm section was completed with local musicians. The repertoire is a combination of jazz standards and compositions by Hawkins, and judging from Eldridge's commentaries before starting some of the tunes ("What's that?"), it was mostly decided on the spot. After two decades of playing together, the Hawk and Roy could handle that without any problems, and their performances here are both lyrical and spirited, complementing each other on some tunes, and taking a rest to let the other horn go alone on some of the ballad numbers. As a bonus we have added all of the extant music from two more dates: their performances at the 1958 Antibes Jazz Festival (taped shortly before the Bayou gig) and at the 1959 Newport Jazz Festival (taped shortly after the Bayou gig)
Don Cherry - Art Deco Music » Jazz » Modern Jazz
Don Cherry - Art DecoArtist: Don Cherry
Album: Art Deco
Year: 1988
Label: A&M
Format: FLAC
Size: 307 MB (100MB+100MB+100MB+7MB)
AMG Rating: Don Cherry - Art Deco

Although it is not mentioned anywhere on the outside of this CD, this session is very much a reunion. Trumpeter Don Cherry is reunited with bassist Charlie Haden and drummer Billy Higgins from the early Ornette Coleman Quartet and, most importantly, tenor saxophonist James Clay. Clay, who after playing with Cherry in Los Angeles in the 1950s and doing a few recordings moved back to Texas, had been in obscurity for decades. Fortunately, his playing is quite strong on what turns out to be a surprising bop-oriented session. Comprised of superior standards, a few group originals and three Ornette Coleman tunes (including the classic "The Blessing"), this set is quite accessible and finds all of the musicians in top form.

~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
Heinz Sauer and Michael Wollny - Certain Beauty Music » Jazz » Modern Jazz
Heinz Sauer and Michael Wollny - Certain BeautyArtist: Heinz Sauer and Michael Wollny
Album: Certain Beauty
Label: ACT Music
Year: 2006.
Format: FLAC
Time: 48:40
Size: 223MB

Tenor saxophonist Heinz Sauer, who turns 74 this month, was a mainstay of the extraordinary European free jazz experiment of the 1960s. He played with late-sixties incarnations of the Globe Unity Orchestra, alongside a truly mind-boggling array of heavyweights (Derek Bailey, Han Bennink, Willem Breuker, Evan Parker, Alexander von Schlippenbach); he would enjoy an even longer-standing collaboration with trombonist and fellow Globe Unity alum Albert Mangelsdorff, who died in 2005.
Louis Prima - Capitol Collectors Series Music » Blues » Rhythm-n-Blues
Louis Prima - Capitol Collectors SeriesArtist: Louis Prima
Album: Capitol Collectors Series
Label: Capitol / EMI
Years: 1956-1962
Release: 1991
Format, bitrate: mp3, 256 kpbs
Size: 140 MB
Time: 76:37
Louis Prima - Capitol Collectors SeriesLouis Prima - Capitol Collectors Series

What Louis Prima accomplished musically in the company of Sam Butera and the Witnesses and vocalist Keely Smith is in hard evidence on this excellent 26-track compilation. All the classics are aboard with excellent liner notes from Scott Shea and crisp transfers of the original masters ("Angelina-Zooma Zooma," "That Old Black Magic," "I've Got You Under My Skin," "Buona Sera" which includes a great snippet of studio chatter kicking it off "Oh Marie," and the obligatory "Just a Gigolo-I Ain't Got Nobody"). Although this duplicates several tracks with Rhino's Zooma! Zooma! compilation, with the addition of several singles and unissued tracks, this stands as the best single-disc collection available of Prima's tenure with Capitol Records. The perfect place to start your Louis Prima collection.
Cub Koda, AMG
Thelonious Monk - Jazz Icons: Live in '66 Jazz, Music video
Thelonious Monk - Jazz Icons: Live in '66Artist: Thelonious Monk
Album: Jazz Icons: Live in '66
Label: Universal
Year: 1966
Release: 2006
Format: MPEG-4 video file; Bitrate: 127 kbps
Channels: Stereo
Video Dimensions: 320x240 (for Ipod)
Video Codec: H.264
Size: 360 MB

Thelonious Monk features two intimate concerts filmed three days apart in Scandanavia in the Spring of 1966 with a legendary quartet that includes drummer Ben Riley, bassist Larry Gales and tenor saxophonist Charlie Rouse. Thelonious Monk revolutionized jazz with his innovative musical approach and these remarkable performances allow viewers the rare opportunity to experience Monks genius up close on his classic compositions Blue Monk, Epistrophy and Round Midnight.
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BBC Four, Legends - The Charlie Parker Story BeBop, Music video
BBC Four, Legends - The Charlie Parker StoryArtist: Charlie Parker
Album: BBC Four, Legends - The Charlie Parker Story
Year: 2005
Format: WMV ~ 640x480 ~ 29.97 fps ~ 1500kbps (Television Rip)
Audio: 48kHz 2ch, 96kbps
Time: 60 minutes
Size: 14 x 100mb + 1 x 25mb = 1.32 GB

Hugh Quarshie narrates the story of one of the greatest jazz saxophonists of all time. Charlie Parker was a pioneer of the postwar bebop school which changed the face of jazz forever, before his tragic death at the age of 34. Contributors include Jimmy Heath, James Moody, Peter King, Slide Hampton, Phil Woods and Mitch Miller.
Barney Wilen Quartet - New York Romance Music » Jazz » Mainstream
Barney Wilen Quartet - New York RomanceArtist: Barney Wilen Quartet
Album: New York Romance
Label: Venus Records
Year: 1994
Format, bitrate: WAV
Size: 404 Mb

Beautiful blowing from the great Barney Wilen an album that's as relaxed as you might guess from the image on the cover, but which has a rock-solid sound all the way through! At this point in his career, Barney's definitely back on top of his game playing both tenor and soprano sax with a style that's relatively inside, but which always has a bit of an edge in the tone echoing his years in music, both good and bad, and coming across with a depth that's undeniable. One of the real strengths of the record is also the rhythm section Kenny Barron on piano, Ira Coleman on bass, and Lewis Nash on drums all of whom swing things strongly on the upbeat tracks, and provide Barney with some wonderfully sensitive accompaniment on the ballads. Titles include "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To", "Mack The Knife", "No Problem", "Blues Walk", "I Will Say Goodbye", and "Don't Fence Me In".
~ Dusty Groove America
Jean-Luc Ponty - Jazz Long Playing Music » Jazz » Mainstream
Jean-Luc Ponty - Jazz Long PlayingArtist: Jean-Luc Ponty
Album: Jazz Long Playing (Jazz in Paris Series)
Label: EmArCy
Year: 1964
Format,bitrate: Mp3@192Kbps
Time: 41:21
Size: 56.8 MB
AMG Rating: Jean-Luc Ponty - Jazz Long Playing

These 1964 sessions marked jazz violinist Jean-Luc Ponty's recording debut as a leader. In spite of his choice of instrument, he was mainly influenced by bop musicians (especially saxophonists and trumpeters) rather than fellow Frenchmen, swing violinist Stphane Grappelli. At this stage in his career, he chose mostly compositions by European musicians of his generation, along with tunes American jazz compositions that had stood the test of time. His angular playing in Martial Solal's "Une Nui Au Violon" contrasts with his later venture into jazz fusion, while his dash through Charlie Parker's "Au Privave" is almost immediately halted to first showcase drummer Daniel Humair then flautist Michel Portal before he takes center-stage with a blazing solo. He also is quite comfortable in a ballad setting, with a warm treatment of Django Reinhardt's "Manoir de Mes Reves," though it is on his own turf, as it isn't played anything like Grappelli's recording with the legendary guitarist. The violinist's sole original is "YTNOP Blues," which opens with a pizzicato vamp then showcases bassist Guy Pedersen and pianist Eddy Louiss before Ponty finally opens things up with a slash-and-burn solo that evokes a bit of Stuff Smith influence for a moment. The only misfire is a dull treatment of "I Want to Talk About You" which is plagued by Louiss' dated sounding organ. Reissued as a part of the Jazz in Paris series in 2000, this valuable introduction to Jean-Luc Ponty has already lapsed from print.
~ Ken Dryden, All Music Guide
Stan Getz Quartet - In Poland Music » Jazz » BeBop » Cool
Stan Getz Quartet - In Poland
Artist: Stan Getz
Album: In Poland
Label: Gambit Records
Year: 1960, release - 2008
Quality: MP3@320 kbps
Size: 152 mb
Total time: 70:13

A long unavailable 1960 performance by Stan Getz, recorded in studio conditions in Warsaw, plus five rare bonus tracks by Getz recorded live in Thailand, Japan and Sweden. The latter includes well-known pianist Bobo Stenson featured here at the beginning of his career.
Fumio Karashima - In San Francisco Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
Fumio Karashima - In San FranciscoArtist: Fumio Karashima
Album: In San Francisco
Label: Polydor POCH-1322 (1994)
Format: FLAC & MP3@320
Size: 297 MB & 117 MB
Time: 52:05

Born in Oita in 1948. After moving to Tokyo, he became a member of George Otsuka (ds) group. On the occasion of performing with Elvin Jones (ds) in 1978, he was recognized by the great drummer and joined Elvin Jones Jazz Machine in 1980. He had been a regular member of the band for six years. Since then, Karashima had been actively performing in worldwide jazz scene in the U.S. and Europe, and established a solid position as one of the top pianists in the world. He had also deepened a friendship with the same generation jazz great Motohiko Hino (ds), and formed a trio with him. After that, he broke new ground in playing the solo piano, and has been developing his possibilities as a solo pianist until today. In 1988, he formed the Fumio Karashima Quintet that has been highly acclaimed as a genuine jazz quintet. He was also invited as a soloist by Japan's top orchestras such as Kenichi Tsunoda Big Band, Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra and New Japan Philharmonic, and gave excellent performances in "Rhapsody in Blue". In 1994, he released his album "In San Francisco" on which Tony Williams (ds) participated as a member...
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