Member Login
Login
Password
 
What's new?


Site navigation
Basic Categories:
Main page
Music
            - Jazz
            - Blues
            - Rock music
Music video
            - Online-Video
Biography
FAQ & Support
Calendar

Top News
» 1981/1982: Freddie Hubbard - Ride Like The Wind
» 1946-1947: Ray McKinley & His Orchestra - Borderline
» 1964: Oliver Nelson And His Orchestra - Fantabulous
» 1977: Charlie Palmieri And Meñique - Con Salsa Y S ...
» 1976: Elvin Jones - Summit Meeting
» 1970: Georges Arvanitas - Pianos Puzzle
» 1969: Charlie Earland Trio feat. George Coleman - Soul ...
» 1967: Bill Potts - Brasilia Nueve - How Insensitive
» 1959: Buddy Bregman & His Orchestra ‎ This Band ...
» 1960: Bill Russo And His Orchestra - School Of Rebellio ...

News library
October 2014 (84)
September 2014 (99)
August 2014 (79)
July 2014 (86)
June 2014 (76)
May 2014 (100)
April 2014 (113)
March 2014 (143)
February 2014 (90)
January 2014 (113)
December 2013 (152)
November 2013 (127)
October 2013 (138)
September 2013 (89)
August 2013 (86)
July 2013 (104)
June 2013 (96)
May 2013 (159)
April 2013 (150)
March 2013 (149)
February 2013 (122)
January 2013 (138)
December 2012 (158)
November 2012 (113)
October 2012 (137)
September 2012 (125)
August 2012 (146)
July 2012 (129)
June 2012 (149)
May 2012 (142)
April 2012 (176)
March 2012 (188)
February 2012 (190)
January 2012 (245)
December 2011 (275)
November 2011 (250)
October 2011 (262)
September 2011 (322)
August 2011 (273)
July 2011 (257)
June 2011 (261)
May 2011 (339)
April 2011 (318)
March 2011 (322)
February 2011 (357)
January 2011 (388)
December 2010 (412)
November 2010 (327)
October 2010 (334)
September 2010 (349)
August 2010 (299)
July 2010 (260)
June 2010 (312)
May 2010 (292)
April 2010 (175)
March 2010 (282)
February 2010 (231)
January 2010 (421)
December 2009 (491)
November 2009 (359)
October 2009 (320)
September 2009 (320)
August 2009 (328)
July 2009 (341)
June 2009 (316)
May 2009 (488)
April 2009 (470)
March 2009 (435)
February 2009 (362)
January 2009 (528)
December 2008 (317)
November 2008 (458)
October 2008 (339)
September 2008 (324)
August 2008 (331)
July 2008 (256)
June 2008 (232)
May 2008 (257)
April 2008 (310)
March 2008 (312)
February 2008 (222)
January 2008 (307)
December 2007 (156)
November 2007 (220)
October 2007 (170)
September 2007 (150)
August 2007 (247)
July 2007 (144)
June 2007 (176)
May 2007 (60)

Information
No copyrighted files at site! The resulted links serve only for an illustration of the published news, familiarity and decision-making on purchase of a license copy on CD or DVD. All music files is located on outside independent servers and we beside the point. Links are taken from the open public sources of internet.
Who is on-line?
On Line:23
Visitors:6
Guests: 14
Robots: 3

Visitor's list:
dmahvUqn, Bubu Hans, Yusenlystype, Bonzawani, lokiboki, xwjzpecy18
Robot's list:
Google.com, Yandex, Yahoo
Countries
Friends
jasapaal
jasapaal

intotherhythm
Into the Rhythm



For Administration
Jazz Blues Club » Articles for 03.10.2010
1945: Woody Herman - First Herd Swing, Mainstream
1945: Woody Herman - First Herd
Artist: Woody Herman
Album: First Herd
Label: Charly
Year: 1945, release: 1996
Quality: MP3@320 kbps
Size: 122 mb
Total time: 74:01

Two 1945 CBS radio remotes featuring Woody Herman & the First Herd make up this Sandy Hook LP compilation, which has excellent sound, due in part to the mint condition transcription discs utilized by producer Michael Rophone. Though little more than the songs and recording dates are listed on the album jacket, Herman aficionados will recognize the bandleader's easygoing vocals ("Don't Worry 'Bout That Mule," which was a hit for Louis Jordan, "I Wonder" and "I Never Thought I'd Sing the Blues.") Ballad singer Frances Wayne ("There's No You," "Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe" and "I Don't Care Who Knows It") falls more into a torch category than jazz, though her vocals are enjoyable. But Herman's First Herd is best remembered for its superb instrumentals and it features two soloists who developed a strong following, tenor saxophonist Flip Phillips and trombonist Bill Harris. Their solos on two of the band's most popular numbers particularly stand out, "Northwest Passage" and "Apple Honey," though both are unfortunately faded at the end of the respective broadcasts. While this music has been reissued in various anthologies over the years, most of these records and CDs have been available only briefly, so Woody Herman fans are advised to pick up this LP immediately if they run across it.
~ Ken Dryden, All Music Guide
1989:Sonny Rollins - Falling In Love With Jazz Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
1989:Sonny Rollins - Falling In Love With Jazz
Artist: Sonny Rollins
Album: Falling In Love With Jazz
Label: Milestone Records
Year: 1989
Format, bitrate: MP3, CBR 320
Time: 47:00
Size: 107 Mb

This average effort from Sonny Rollins and his regular sextet is most notable for two numbers ("For All We Know" and "I Should Care") that find Branford Marsalis joining Rollins in a quintet with pianist Tommy Flanagan. Unfortunately Marsalis makes the fatal error of trying to imitate Rollins (instead of playing in his own musical personality) and he gets slaughtered. Much better are Rollins's romps on "Tennessee Waltz" and "Falling in Love with Love."
~Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
Main page | Registration | Add the news | Site updates | Statistic Copyright © 2007-2010. Jazz Blues Club. All Rights Reserved