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1964: Great Moments In Jazz: Newport Jazz Festival Dixieland, Classic Jazz, Stride, Swing, Mainstream
1964: Great Moments In Jazz: Newport Jazz Festival
Artists: VA
Album: Great Moments In Jazz: Newport Jazz Festival
Label: RCA Victor
Year: 1964
Quality: MP3@320 kbps
Size: 95,3 mb (LP-rip)
Total time: 43:03
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At the 1964 Newport Jazz Festival, producer George Wein gathered together some of the top survivors of Chicago jazz, partly to "re-create" some of their great recordings. Joe Sullivan was supposed to be the main pianist, but since he became ill, Wein filled in for him. This long-out-of-print but very enjoyable LP has several important historic moments. Cornetist Muggsy Spanier, who is featured on "Relaxin' at the Touro" and an excellent version of "Royal Garden Blues," would soon be forced to retire; these are his final recordings. Wingy Manone, who plays trumpet and sings on "Isle of Capri," was also being heard late in his career, and clarinetist Edmond Hall, who roars through "Sweet Gerogia Brown," had less than three years left to live. Also featured are trumpeter Max Kaminsky, trombonist Lou McGarity (paying tribute to the recently deceased Jack Teagarden on "Stars Fell on Alabama"), tenor saxophonist Bud Freeman, trombonist George Brunis (on "I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate"), clarinetist Peanuts Hucko, bassist Bob Haggart (on the inevitable "Big Noise From Winnetka") and a faltering Joe Thomas, playing trumpet on "I'm in the Mood for Love." Filling out the group were George Wettling, Buzzy Drootin or Jo Jones on drums and Slam Stewart on bass. A must for Chicago jazz collectors and long overdue to be reissued on CD.
~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
1966: Howard Roberts - Whatever's Fair & All Time Great Instrumental Hits Music » Jazz » Mainstream
1966: Howard Roberts - Whatever's Fair & All Time Great Instrumental HitsArtist: Howard Roberts
Album: Whatever's Fair & All Time Great Instrumental Hits (2LP in 1CD)
Label: Euphoria
Year: 1966
Release: 2001
Formate MP3@320 kbps
Size: 125 mb
Time: 56:42

REPOST from Mr.lex by request

As one of the key architects of the '60's West Coast Sound, Howard Roberts' influence is incalculable. These classic, compelling performances showcase Roberts' bluesy brillance and sophistication, as well as the jazzy, streetwise, and sometimes savage prowess of his combo, hand-picked from Hollywood's top session players. Reissue-2 LP's on 1 CD. 22 tracks. Standard jewel case. 2001 release.
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In 2001, Euphoria released Whatever's Fair!/All Time Great Instrumental Hits, which combined two albums by guitarist Howard Roberts on one compact disc: Whatever's Fair! and All Time Great Instrumental Hits, both originally issued on Capitol in 1966.
~ Tim Sendra, All Music Guide
Howard Roberts - Biography Biography
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1955, 1966: Harry "Sweets" Edison & Charlie Shavers - Complete At Midnight/At Riverside Sessions 2LP/1CD Music » Jazz » Mainstream

1955, 1966: Harry "Sweets" Edison & Charlie Shavers - Complete At Midnight/At Riverside Sessions  2LP/1CD
Artists: Harry "Sweets" Edison & Charlie Shavers
Album: Complete At Midnight/At Riverside Sessions 2LP/1CD
Label: Lone Hill Jazz
Years: 1955, 1966; release - 2004
Quality: FLAC
Size: 347 Mb with scans.
Total time: 68:54
REPOST with new links (FLAC) from Mr.jasapaal

Two full LPs of Harry "Sweets" Edison and Charlie Shavers, Session at Midnight and Session at Riverside are reissued in full on this single CD, here titled Complete at Midnight/At Riverside Sessions. Both of the sets are in the tradition of the Buck Clayton Jam Sessions with fairly basic chord changes, riffing behind soloists, and the lineups being populated by colorful swing veterans. The main difference from the Clayton jams is that the performances are briefer, clocking in mostly between five and six minutes. However there is ample solo space for all of the key players, sometimes including as many as eight horn players and the pianist on a single track. A bit unusual is that "Blue Lou" features trumpet solos and trade-offs by Harry "Sweets" Edison, Shorty Sherock and Benny Carter (switching from alto), along with alto trade-offs between Carter, Murray McEachern (who doubles on valve trombone) and Willie Smith. In general, all of the musicians play at least as well as one would expect, and one gets a rare opportunity to hear trumpeter Shorty Sherock, clarinetist Gus Bivona and tenor saxophonist Babe Russin in this type of mid-'50s all-star group. The results are fun, often infectious, and filled with spirited playing.
~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
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