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Ben Harper and Relentless 7 - White lies for dark times Blues, Modern electric blues, Slide guitar, Music video
Ben Harper and Relentless 7 - White lies for dark timesArtist: Ben Harper and Relentless 7
Album: White lies for dark times
Year: 2009
Format: CD (Flac + PCM) & DVD
Size: 324mB & 2,05Gb

On October 29th at the Chevrolet Center in Ohio -- where he joined the Beastie Boys on the Swing State Voter Awareness Tour -- Ben Harper debuted a whole new band.
"It's called Relentless7," Ben exclusively tells the S.S. "It's just a name that has been kicking around in my consciousness. I always said that if I got another band together, I'm gonna call them Relentless7."
In Ohio, the four-piece -- with guitarist Jason Mozersky, drummer Jordan Richardson and bassist Jesse Ingalls -- debuted new songs like "Fly One Time," "The Word Suicide" and "Lay There and Hate Me" that will eventually appear on their debut album, White Lies for Dark Times (due next May)...
Bix Beiderbecke - Bix Lives! Vol. 2 Music » Jazz » Traditional Jazz
Bix Beiderbecke - Bix Lives! Vol. 2Artist: Bix Beiderbecke
Album: Bix Lives! Vol. 2
Label: Naxos Jazz Legends
Years: 1926-1930
Release: 2003
Format, Bitrate: MP3, 128 kbps
Size: 48,2

It is quite possible that there is a greater weight of paper that has been written about Bix, than the weight of his 78rpm records. He is one of the legendary figures of jazz, whose melodic style and short life, has provided authors and journalists with much of the basis for the fact and fiction that surrounds him.
Five of the tracks on this record feature Bix as a sideman with Jean Goldkettes Band during 1926/7, not an out and out jazz outfit, but at least Clementine contains a classic Bix solo. Jazz Me Blues and At the Jazz Band Ball find him in the more appropriate company of his own band and he sounds to be at his best with this combination. Nine of the tracks feature Bix in a band led by saxist Frankie Trauber and he can be heard to great effect on tracks like Clarinet Marmalade and Riverboat Shuffle. The 1930 sessions have Bix with Hoagy Carmichael amongst others; there is an obvious empathy between the two of them. The last track has a vocal by Joe Venuti on which the words are rather unclear, to say the least.
Considering that these recordings were made in 1926 to 1930, the bands sound good and the clean up Naxos have provided for this CD is excellent. Whilst acknowledging Bixs significant contribution to jazz, he was one of the most outstanding trumpet players in this era of jazz, some of this material is corny. I feel sure that if he were alive he would have wanted some of it consigned to the scrap bin! On the other hand there is some good material and it is true to say the exceptional quality of Bixs playing shines out through everything. My favourite tracks are those that have him featured with classic jazz instrumentation, I suspect he preferred that too, because a zip comes into his playing on those tracks.

Don Mather
Billie Holiday - The Complete Commodore Recordings 2CD Music » Jazz » Vocal Jazz
Billie Holiday - The Complete Commodore Recordings 2CD
Artist - Billie Holiday
Album - The Complete Commodore Recordings
Label - GRP Records
Years - 1939, 1944 Release - 1997
Quality - MP3 320 kbit/s
Size: 125 + 112 mb
Total time: 76:43+68:46

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Billie Holiday recorded on four occasions for the Commodore label: once in 1939 (a date that resulted in "Fine and Mellow" and "Strange Fruit") and three sessions in 1944 (dates highlighted by "I Cover the Waterfront," "I'm Yours," "He's Funny That Way," "Billie's Blues," and "On the Sunny Side of the Street"). While the former session has Lady Day joined by a background octet that includes trumpeter Frankie Newton, the Eddie Heywood Sextet forms the nucleus of the later dates. This two-CD set has all 18 selections and no less than 27 alternate takes. Since the great majority of the performances are ballads, and with the exception of pianist Heywood, there are very few instrumental solos, there are no significant differences between the versions. Therefore, this set (as opposed to a single CD of the master takes), even though it is well-conceived, is strictly for completists.

~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
The Thelonious Monk Quartet - Bremen '65 Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
The Thelonious Monk Quartet - Bremen '65
Artist: The Thelonious Monk Quartet
Album: Bremen '65
Label: bootleg
Year: 1965
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 kb/s
Time: 1:29:12
Size: 205 Mb (covers)


Taken from a FM radio transmition of Radio Bremen, this live set features Thelonious Monk and his quartet in plain form.
The concert took place at Sendesaal, Bremen, Germany on the 8th of March 1965.
A brilliant concert with a wonderful sound.
Advised for all jazz fans. Bubu Hans.
Shirley Horn - I Remember Miles Music » Jazz » Vocal Jazz
Shirley Horn - I Remember MilesArtist: Shirley Horn
Album: I Remember Miles
Label: Verve
Format, bitrate: mp3, 320Kbps
Time: 52:54
Size: 99 Mb + 14 Mb

REPOST! Shirley Horn - A superior ballad singer and a talented pianist - was born today, May 1, 1934!


I Remember Miles won the 1999 Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Performance.
This stunning album is Shirley Horn's loving tribute to her friend and colleague, the legendary late Miles Davis. Davis was so taken by Horn's first album EMBERS AND ASHES that he forced The Village Vanguard to let her virtually-unknown trio open for him during his 1961 run there. Their friendship and admiration for each other's music lasted through the years, and Shirley Horn's 1991 recording YOU WON'T FORGET ME, was one of the last recordings Miles Davis made.
Horn selected mostly ballads from Davis' Columbia Records catalogue for her tribute because, as she explains in the liner notes, Davis liked her to sing ballads, and ballads are Horn's specialty. She can slow down time in a unique and spellbinding way. Her sultry and smoky vocals are intimate and conversational, relying on odd metered timing and silence, rather than volume, to make an emotional point.
This album's knock out punch is the epic (over 10 minutes long) "My Man's Gone Now" performed in an uncharacteristically (for Horn) abstract style with a double rhythm section and Roy Hargrove wailing and soaring on the trumpet. This may well be one of the greatest tracks Horn ever recorded.

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Celebrating the Music of Weather Report Music » Jazz » Fusion
Celebrating the Music of Weather ReportArtist: VA
Album: Celebrating the music of Weather Report
Label: Telarc
Year: 2001
Format, bitrate: CBR, 320 kbps
Time: 66:13
Size: 100 Mb + 50 Mb


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1951: Louis Armstrong And The All Stars - Satchmo At Pasadena Traditional Jazz, Armstrong Louis
1951: Louis Armstrong And The All Stars - Satchmo At Pasadena
Artist: Louis Armstrong
Album: Satchmo At Pasadena
Label: Verve/Decca
Year: 1951, release - 2009
Quality: MP3@320 kbps
Size: 102 mb
Total time: 47:51

Reissued for the first time on CD, Satchmo at Pasadena provides an enjoyable but incomplete presentation of Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars recorded live on January 1, 1951. The Pasadena Civic Auditorium concert found Armstrong fronting an edition of the All-Stars with trombonist Jack Teagarden, clarinetist Barney Bigard, pianist Earl Hines, bassist Arvell Shaw, Cozy Cole on drums, and vocalist Velma Middleton on two tracks. At the time of this concert, musicians began to take advantage of the new LP format that allowed them to bypass the usual three-minute time constraints of 78 rpm and stretch out a bit. Armstrong was no exception, and even though Satchmo is more of the ringleader/vocalist/showman on this set, the All-Stars provide some heated improvising, especially Hines on "Honeysuckle Rose" and Bigard's clarinet solo on the otherwise knockabout version of "Just You, Just Me." To properly capture what a well-rounded performance this is, it should be heard in its entirety, exemplified by the out of print four-CD compilation The California Concerts, which included the complete Pasadena set and a gig at the Crescendo club in L.A. the following evening. Since this reissue is an exact reproduction of the 1951 Decca LP, the songs are not only out of sequence but numerous tracks are omitted. It's too bad Verve didn't simply reissue the entire concert, which would have been preferable over the lavish attention paid to reproducing the original packaging. 1951: Louis Armstrong And The All Stars - Satchmo At Pasadena
~ Al Campbell, All Music Guide







Louis Armstrong was, of course, one of the greatest and most important performers trumpeter and singer of the 20th century. Recorded live in the early 1950s, Armstrong's PASADENA LP notably features one of his best bands in his long career, including piano legend Earl Hines and the veteran performer many considered to be the Armstrong of the trombone, Jack Teagarden (who'd also sing from time to time). Over the course of 10 tracks, Armstrong's trumpet gleams and crackles, and his gravelly voice let the good times roll (forever).
Eden Atwood - My Ideal Music » Jazz » Vocal Jazz
Eden Atwood - My IdealArtist: Eden Atwood
Album: My Ideal
Label: Sangaji SM 014 (2002)
Quality: FLAC & MP3@320
Size: 286 MB & 111 MB
Time: 49:26



Chicago's local jazz singer Eden Atwood has released four albums on the Concord Jazz label that showcase her reverence for (and talent with) the American popular song. Born in Memphis, raised in Montana and now living and working in Chicago, the tunes chosen by the twenty-something Eden and what she does with them highlight her status as a unique talent, one sure to grow in the coming years, whose enthusiasm is matched with an excellent set of pipes.
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