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2001: Stanton Moore - Flyin' the Koop Modern Jazz, Funk-Jazz
2001: Stanton Moore - Flyin' the Koop Artist: Stanton Moore
Album: Flyin' the Koop
Label: Blue Thumb Records
Year: 2001
Format, bitrate: mp3, 320
Time: 52:16
Size: 118 mb
AMG Rating: 2001: Stanton Moore - Flyin' the Koop

"Overall, Moore's funk-drenched formulas reap colossal dividends!" - Glenn Astarita, All About Jazz

Galactic drummer Stanton Moore returns for his sophomore solo effort on a major label with a host of super-choppers at his side, including Chris Wood from Medeski, Martin & Wood, the Greyboy Allstars' Karl Denson, saxophonist Skerik, guitarist Brian Seeger, and New Orleans Mardi Gras Indians and all around vocalists extraordinaire the Wild Magnolias. As on his debut, All Kooked Out, Moore's primary motivating factor is the almighty groove and how to present it in challenging, innovative settings. And he does it here. There's the jazzed-out funky romp of "Tang the Hump," with a subtle New Orleans second-line rhythm backing up the syncopation. And then there's the drum skank on "Fallin' off the Floor," where Chris Wood and Moore play deep, blue funk as the horns play the line. But Moore is also capable of being a jazzer, and he displays this to the hilt on the beautifully driven, R&B-inflected "Prairie Sunset," whose lyrical invention is as gorgeously intricate as any saxophonist's. Also is the deep funk jazz on the intense, jam-oriented "Launcho Diablo," with dueling flute and saxophones in between the rhythmic accents. The drive here is almost Afro-funk, but its architecture is strictly jazz, with the knotty key changes and improvised middle, with a screaming guitar solo Seeger. Moore is a solid bandleader and composer who stresses the groove as the backbone of every track; everything must move along a perimeter of backbone slipping greasy punch, no matter where it comes from originally or gets to. In many ways, as satisfying as Galactic can be live, Moore manages to be the same way on record. He's got the party fully in hand and knows how to make its dynamics work, carrying the listener up to the threshold, slipping them into a little loose-groove meditation, and carrying them out on the steaming rhythmic rail. This is every bit as good as his debut and is as good as any New Orleans record you're likely to find in the 21st century.
~ Thom Jurek, All Music Guide
1967 - 1969: World's Greatest Jazz Band - Jazz In The Mountains Music » Jazz » Traditional Jazz » Dixieland

1967 - 1969: World's Greatest Jazz Band - Jazz In The Mountains
Artist: World's Greatest Jazz Band
Album: Jazz In The Mountains
Label: World Jazz
Date:1967,1968 & 1969
Time: 40:00
Format: mp4 (LP-rip)
Size: 70 mb
Long out of print. Great music!

This LP from the World Jazz label features what would become the World's Greatest Jazz Band in its early stages. During a set that includes jam session-type versions of five Dixieland warhorses and three veteran standards, a variety of top all-star trad players have a chance to stretch out. Pianist Ralph Sutton ("Viper's Drag"), trombonist Lou McGarity ("Tin Roof Blues"), clarinetist Peanuts Hucko ("Just a Closer Walk with Thee") and trumpeter Billy Butterfield ("Summertime") get individual features while the full band performs "Savoy Blues" and romping versions of "South Rampart Street Parade" and "After You've Gone." The other notable musicians on this set of live performances from the Elitch Gardens in Denver are trumpeter Yank Lawson, trombonists Cutty Cutshall and Carl Fontana, clarinetists Bob Wilber and Peanuts Hucko, tenor saxophonist Bud Freeman, bassist Bob Haggart and drummers Morey Feld and Gus Johnson. Easily recommended to Dixieland fans. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
1957: Art Farmer with the Quincy Jones Orchestra - Last Night When We Where Young Music » Jazz » BeBop » Cool
1957: Art Farmer with  the Quincy Jones Orchestra - Last Night When We Where Young

Artist:Art Farmer with the Quincy Jones Orchestra
Album: Last Night When We Where Young
Label: ABC PARAMOUNT, ABC 200
Year:rec. Mar 28, 1957 - Apr 29, 1957 / rel. 1957
Format:MP3 @ 320 Kb/s (my own vinyl rip)
Time: 31:15
Size: 71 Mb
AMG rating:1957: Art Farmer with  the Quincy Jones Orchestra - Last Night When We Where Young

To my dear friend BlackB, with Happy birthday! Please enjoy.

The beauty of Art Farmer's tone is well featured on this out of print ABC/Paramount album. Farmer is backed by a string orchestra arranged by Quincy Jones as he plays lyrical solos on eight standards and Dizzy Gillespie's "Tangorine." Farmer mostly sticks close to the melodies but he makes such tunes as "Two Sleepy People," "Ill Wind," and "When I Fall in Love" sound fresh and pretty. ` by Scott Yanov, AMG.
1969: Wolfgang Dauner-Eberhard Weber-Jürgen Karg-Fred Braceful - Für Music » Jazz » Modern Jazz » Freejazz
1969: Wolfgang Dauner-Eberhard Weber-Jürgen Karg-Fred Braceful - Für
Artists: Wolfgang Dauner, Eberhard Weber, Jürgen Karg, Fred Braceful
Album: Für
Label: Calig Records CAL 30 603
Year:1969
Format, bitrate: Flac (LP-rip)
Time: 35:14
Size:129 MB

This is one of the most obscure and hardest to find albums composed by Wolfgang Dauner and performed along with other German Free Jazz pioneers; Eberhard Weber, Jürgen Karg and Fred Braceful from the US. These players have in their own right forged active and prolific Avant-Garde Jazz careers with many other well known musicians. They were among some of the earliest musicians to be showcased on Manfred Eichers ECM label. Essentially it is a very experiment album that clearly demonstrates their musical skills and preparedness to venture into the far-out, not to mention their ability to have a bit of fun, clearly shown in the last tune where Fred cracks up.

2006 - 2007: Brian Bromberg - In the Spirit of Jobim Music » Jazz » Latin » Bossa Nova

2006 - 2007: Brian Bromberg - In the Spirit of Jobim
Artist: Brian Bromberg
Album: In the Spirit of Jobim
Year: 2006-2007, release - 2007
Label: King Japan
Quality: mp3/320 kbps
Size: 164 Mb
Time: 71:22


This is a CD that inspired by the late great Antonio Carlos Jobim. The recording is 50/50 Jobim classics and Bromberg originals in the Jobim (Brazilian) style. This CD features an all star cast of musicians as well as Brian on nylon string piccolo bass (sounds like a classical nylon string guitar) and upright bass. This is also Brian's first recording to feature a full orchestra on most of the selections. This project was also recorded for King Records in Japan.2006- ~ brianbromberg.net
1925 - 1947: Hoagy Carmichael & Friends - Stardust Melody Music » Jazz » Traditional Jazz » Classic Jazz
1925 - 1947: Hoagy Carmichael & Friends - Stardust Melody
Artists: Hoagy Carmichael & Friends
Album: Stardust Melody
Label: RCA Bluebird
Years: 1925-1947; release: 2002
Quality: MP3@320 kbps
Size: 141 mb
Total time: 66:20
AMG Rating: 1925 - 1947: Hoagy Carmichael & Friends - Stardust Melody 1925 - 1947: Hoagy Carmichael & Friends - Stardust Melody
DEAR BlackB, HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!

Stardust Melody, RCA's first document of Hoagy Carmichael's rich, folksy songwriting and gentle vocal artistry in over ten years, does near-perfect work of balancing great performances by Carmichael the endearing vocalist with several outside versions familiar to those who know his pop songbook. First, it leads off with an expressive solo performance of "Star Dust" from 1933, then collects a pair of early (and unreleased) Carmichael performances ("Rockin' Chair," "March of the Hoodlums"). Bix Beiderbecke, an early friend (and the inspiration for "Star Dust"), appears with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra on one of his earliest compositions, "Washboard Blues." Other guests include Mildred Bailey singing "Rockin' Chair" (a song more associated with her than with Carmichael) and "Georgia on My Mind," Earl Hines & His Orchestra polishing "Skylark" with a refined reading from Billy Eckstine, Ethel Waters on "Old Man Harlem," and close to the top, Hot Lips Page on an ebullient version of "Small Fry" from 1938. Compiler Dick Sudhalter -- author of the Carmichael biography and recorder of an album tribute -- did an authoritative job bringing the diverse talents of an individual jazz voice (both vocal and compositional) to the fore in this excellent compilation.
~ John Bush, All Music Guide
2010: Red Garland, Paul Chambers, Art Taylor Trio - Complete Studio Recordings Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
2010: Red Garland, Paul Chambers, Art Taylor Trio - Complete Studio RecordingsArtist: Red Garland, Paul Chambers, Art Taylor Trio
Album: Complete Studio Recordings (9 LPs on 5 CD)(Limited Edition/Collector's Item)
Label: Solar Records
Year: 1956-1958
Release: 2010
Format, bitrate: mp3, 320kb/s
Size: 5CD: 167, 151, 164, 163 & 162 MB


Dear BlackB, Happy Birthday To You!


This superlative 5-CD set contains all existing studio recordings by one of the best jazz piano trios ever, that of Red Garland, Paul Chambers and Art Taylor. Included on this release are nine complete original albums, as well as many other separate selections that were only previously issued on various compilations. The LP Moodsville #6 appears here on CD for the first time ever! All tracks have been organized chronologically by session order. Paul Chambers and Art Taylor were members of Garlands regular working trio during this period. Garland became famous in 1955 when he joined the Miles Davis Quintet that also featured John Coltrane, Philly Joe Jones and Paul Chambers. Davis was a big fan of boxing and was impressed that Garland had boxed earlier in his life. Together the group recorded their famous albums, Workin, Steamin, Cookin and Relaxin (all of which were recorded in the course of just two marathon sessions). Garland's style is prominent in these recordings, where his distinctive chord voicings, his sophisticated accompaniment and his musical references to Ahmad Jamals style are evident (Miles was also a great admirer of Jamal).
All tracks have been organized chronologically by session order. The LPs contained are: A Garland of Red (Prestige LP7064), Groovy (Prestige LP7113), Red Garlands Piano (Prestige LP7086), The P.C. Blues (Prestige LP7752), Red Garland Revisited! (Prestige LP7658), Its a Blue World (Prestige LP7838), Cant See for Lookin (Prestige LP7276), Red Garland Trio Moodsville #6 (Moodsville MVLP6) and All Kinds of Weather (Prestige LP7148). Includes 24-page booklet with original liner notes and artwork.

~ Liner Notes
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