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Red Garland - Can't See For Lookin' Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
Red Garland - Can't See For Lookin'Artist: Red Garland
Album: Can't See For Lookin'
Label: Prestige/OJC
Year: 1958
Release: 1997
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 kb/s
Time: 34:54
Size: 86,2 Mb (complete covers)



Pianist Red Garland recorded many sets in the late 1950s and early '60s, often (as in this case) with bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Art Taylor. Despite the LP length of this CD reissue (under 35 minutes), this is a particularly strong example of Garland's talents. His block chords are distinctive, as is his use of space, and the music always swings. The trio sounds in top form on "I Can't See For Looking," George Gershwin's "Soon," "Blackout" and a driving version of the classic blues "Castle Rock." Recommended.
~ Scott Yanow at AMG
ORNETTE COLEMAN - FREE JAZZ Music » Jazz » Modern Jazz » Freejazz
ORNETTE COLEMAN - FREE JAZZArtist: Ornette Coleman
Album: FREE JAZZ
Label: ATLANTIC
Year: 1960
Release: 2002
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 Kbps
Time: 54:09 min.
Size: 128 MB
ORNETTE COLEMAN - FREE JAZZORNETTE COLEMAN - FREE JAZZ


As jazz's first extended, continuous free improvisation LP, Free Jazz practically defies superlatives in its historical importance. Ornette Coleman's music had already been tagged "free," but this album took the term to a whole new level. Aside from a predetermined order of featured soloists and several brief transition signals cued by Coleman, the entire piece was created spontaneously, right on the spot. The lineup was expanded to a double-quartet format, split into one quartet for each stereo channel: Ornette, trumpeter Don Cherry, bassist Scott LaFaro, and drummer Billy Higgins on the left; trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, bass clarinetist Eric Dolphy, bassist Charlie Haden, and drummer Ed Blackwell on the right. The rhythm sections all play at once, anchoring the whole improvisation with a steady, driving pulse. The six spotlight sections feature each horn in turn, plus a bass duet and drum duet; the "soloists" are really leading dialogues, where the other instruments are free to support, push, or punctuate the featured player's lines. Since there was no road map for this kind of recording, each player simply brought his already established style to the table. That means there are still elements of convention and melody in the individual voices, which makes Free Jazz far more accessible than the efforts that followed once more of the jazz world caught up. Still, the album was enormously controversial in its bare-bones structure and lack of repeated themes. Despite resembling the abstract painting on the cover, it wasn't quite as radical as it seemed; the concept of collective improvisation actually had deep roots in jazz history, going all the way back to the freewheeling early Dixieland ensembles of New Orleans. Jazz had long prided itself on reflecting American freedom and democracy and, with Free Jazz, Coleman simply took those ideals to the next level. A staggering achievement.
~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide
Maria Muldaur – Naughty, Bawdy & Blue Music » Blues » Blues woman
Maria Muldaur – Naughty, Bawdy & BlueArtist: Maria Muldaur
Album: Naughty, Bawdy & Blue
Label: Stony Plain Music
Year: 2007
Format, bitrate: mp3/VBR
Total Size: 54.8MB




Building on her Grammy-nominated collections of classic women's blues from the '20s through the '40s (Richland Woman Blues, 2001, and Sweet Lovin' Ol' Soul, 2005), jazz/blues chanteuse Maria Muldaur returns with Naughty, Bawdy & Blue. It's an apt title for a sassy group of songs originally recorded by Victoria Spivey (one of Muldaur's mentors), Alberta Hunter, Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey, and other female urban blues stylists the singer describes as "liberated socially, financially, and most of all sexually from the confines and mores of the times." Backed by the perfect fit of James Dapogny's Chicago Jazz Band, who often performed with Sippie Wallace and whose sound seems to have time-traveled without alteration, Muldaur moves through a dozen vaudeville blues numbers with integrity and authenticity, and never resorts to campy riffs or faux black dialect. Her expressive soprano has taken on a depth and heft through the years, and she's smart to deliver such suggestive lines as "I love the way he whips my cream" (from "Handy Man") or "He's a deep-sea diver with a stroke that can't go wrong" (from Smith's "Empty Bed Blues") with a subtle wink, preferring to let an insinuating trumpet chase home the joke. The album finds its highlight with "Separation Blues," a duet with Bonnie Raitt, who introduced Wallace to new audiences on her tours of the '70s and '80s. Muldaur and Raitt--corduroy and burlap--harmonize with the ease that comes from decades of friendship, and from the joy of preserving and appreciating one of Americas purest musical forms.

~ Alanna Nash
Henry Mancini - Ultimate Mancini Orchestra Music » Jazz » Mainstream
Henry Mancini - Ultimate Mancini OrchestraArtist: Henry Mancini
Album: Ultimate Mancini Orchestra
Label: Concord Records
Year: 2004
Format mp3,bitrate: 320kbps/ 44 KHz/ Stereo
Time: 54 min
Size: 106 MB

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This 2004 album features new interpretations of composer Henry Mancini's music performed here by a Los Angeles studio orchestra and various guest artists. Mancini's own daughter Monica Mancini sings on this release, and her deep voice single-handedly propels the orchestra on several of these cuts.

Mancini's most popular compositions are included here, among them the sleek "The Pink Panther Theme" and the suspenseful "Peter Gunn Theme." "Days of Wine and Roses" (from the movie of the same name) is one of the highlights of this set, with the younger Mancini's vocals invoking the affection inherent in Johnny Mercer's lyric. "Moon River," the most enduring on this album, features the gorgeous harmonica playing of Stevie Wonder and the carefully harmonized vocals of Take 6. Together these artists bring great depth to this already-penetrating work. Overall, ULTIMATE MANCINI, a tribute both reverent and forward-looking, will remind listeners of the indelible beauty of this composer's catalog.
Archie Shepp & Horace Parlan Duo - Reunion Music » Jazz » Modern Jazz » Avantgarde
Archie Shepp & Horace Parlan Duo - ReunionArtist: Archie Shepp & Horace Parlan
Album: Reunion
Format: FLAC
Size: 229 MB (full scans)
Label: L & R
Total time: 53:27




W/ Horace Parlan. One of the better, more moving sax/piano duos of the 70s reunite effectively.
~ Ron Wynn, All Music Guide
Henry"Red" Allen - World On A String Music » Jazz » Traditional Jazz
Henry"Red" Allen - World On A String
Artist: Henry"Red" Allen
Album: World On A String
Label: RCA
Year: 1957
Release: 1991
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 Kbps.
Time: 61 min.
Size: 138 MB

This CD is a true classic. Trumpeter Red Allen is heard at the peak of his creative powers with a remarkable octet also featuring trombonist J.C. Higginbotham, clarinetist Buster Bailey, and the great tenor Coleman Hawkins. "I Cover the Waterfront" has a wonderfully abstract statement from Allen, "Love Is Just Around the Corner" is joyous Dixieland, "Let Me Miss You, Baby" is a particularly strong blues (featuring Allen's vocal), and the simple blues line that serves as a melody on "Algiers Bounce" is quite catchy. The other seven selections from the classic veterans are also quite enjoyable. Although the music has its basis in Dixieland and swing, the solos of Allen and Hawkins in particular look ahead toward the future. There is nothing dated about these essential performances; highly recommended.
Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
VARIOUS ARTISTS- WORLD WAR II FAVORITES, 3 CD (2001) Music » Jazz » Swing
VARIOUS ARTISTS- WORLD WAR II FAVORITES, 3 CD (2001)

Artist: VA
Album: WORLD WAR II FAVORITES
Label: Goldies
Year: rel.May 22, 2001
Format: Mp3@320kb/s
Time: cd 1(44:22) + cd 2 (43:25) + cd 3(43:32)
Size: cd 1(80.1)Mb + cd 2(79.2)Mb +cd 3(78.2)Mb

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