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
» 1977: Count Basie - Kansas City 5
» 1970: Helen Merrill & Teddy Wilson - Helen Sings, Teddy ...
» 1960: Linda Lawson - Introducing
» 1966-1967: Benny Goodman - The Yale University Archives ...
» 1959-1963: Benny Goodman - The Yale University Music Li ...
» 1962: Gene Ammons - Velvet Soul
» 1960-1966: Quincy Jones Originals: Songs for Pussycats ...
» 2013: John La Barbera Big Band - Caravan
» 1988: Benny Goodman - Yale Archives Vol.2
» 1958: Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond - In ...

News library
August 2014 (72)
July 2014 (86)
June 2014 (76)
May 2014 (100)
April 2014 (113)
March 2014 (144)
February 2014 (90)
January 2014 (113)
December 2013 (152)
November 2013 (127)
October 2013 (138)
September 2013 (90)
August 2013 (87)
July 2013 (104)
June 2013 (96)
May 2013 (159)
April 2013 (150)
March 2013 (150)
February 2013 (122)
January 2013 (138)
December 2012 (160)
November 2012 (113)
October 2012 (138)
September 2012 (126)
August 2012 (146)
July 2012 (130)
June 2012 (150)
May 2012 (142)
April 2012 (176)
March 2012 (188)
February 2012 (190)
January 2012 (245)
December 2011 (276)
November 2011 (251)
October 2011 (262)
September 2011 (322)
August 2011 (274)
July 2011 (258)
June 2011 (261)
May 2011 (339)
April 2011 (319)
March 2011 (322)
February 2011 (357)
January 2011 (392)
December 2010 (412)
November 2010 (327)
October 2010 (334)
September 2010 (349)
August 2010 (299)
July 2010 (261)
June 2010 (312)
May 2010 (292)
April 2010 (175)
March 2010 (282)
February 2010 (231)
January 2010 (421)
December 2009 (491)
November 2009 (360)
October 2009 (320)
September 2009 (320)
August 2009 (329)
July 2009 (341)
June 2009 (316)
May 2009 (488)
April 2009 (471)
March 2009 (437)
February 2009 (362)
January 2009 (528)
December 2008 (317)
November 2008 (459)
October 2008 (339)
September 2008 (324)
August 2008 (332)
July 2008 (257)
June 2008 (232)
May 2008 (257)
April 2008 (311)
March 2008 (313)
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 (177)
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:43
Visitors:5
Guests: 35
Robots: 3

Visitor's list:
BradleyMawn, BrandonTot, rzxxujlln, RolandoTAMI, PatrickNop
Robot's list:
Google.com, Yandex, Yahoo
Countries
Friends
jasapaal
jasapaal

intotherhythm
Into the Rhythm



For Administration
Jazz Blues Club » Articles for 28.09.2011
1991: Helen Merrill - Clear Out Of This World Music » Jazz » Vocal Jazz
1991: Helen Merrill - Clear Out Of This WorldArtist: Helen Merrill
Album: Clear Out Of This World
Label: Antilles
Recording Date: Jul 31, 1991-Sep 3, 1991
Format: flac, scans
Size: 247 MB

Repost with new links from hungaropitecus


Although Helen Merrill is often thought of as a singer from the 1950s (when she made her initial reputation), she has stayed aware of more recent developments in jazz. On this superior CD, Merrill is accompanied by pianist Roger Kellaway, bassist Red Mitchell and drummer Terry Clarke; three songs add trumpeter Tom Harrell, while two others have Wayne Shorter on tenor or soprano. Whether performing veteran standards (such as "When I Grow Too Old to Dream" and "Some of These Days") or more modern pieces, Merrill's haunting voice and her all-star sidemen uplift and revitalize the material. A consistently memorable set full of subtle surprises.
~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
1992: Ed Blackwell Project Vol.1 - What It Is Music » Jazz » Modern Jazz » Freejazz

1992: Ed Blackwell Project Vol.1 - What It Is
Artist: Ed Blackwell
Album: What It Is
Label: Enja Records
Year: 1992
Format, bitrate: mp3, 320kbps
Time: 61:25
Size: 142,5 mb

Despite his failing health, Blackwell's skills on his drum kit were razor-sharp when he got on the bandstand for this headliner's gig at the third annual Eddie Moore Memorial Jazz Festival, recorded at Yoshi's in Oakland, CA. just two months before he passed away. Everything clicks -- the band is tight, powered by the supple bass of Mark Helias, while saxophonist/flutist Carlos Ward and trumpeter Graham Haynes play inspired, almost possessed improvs and written lines, bent on giving the audience their best, and Blackwell the proper setting to weave his percussive wizardry. First up are pieces written by Ward. "'Nette," sporting a bright unison horn line, suggests Monk's angularity and Ornette Coleman's interval-leaping vision of expansion. It's a good swinger, with Blackwell in lockstep from the outset. "Pettiford Bridge" is head-nodding in steady swing mode, a soulful bass ostinato informing Coleman-like broken phrases strung together with twine. Ward's alto sax is particularly riveting in its bluesy imaging, and Blackwell offers a patented solo. "Beau Regard," at 13 minutes, is one of the next two compositions worked out by Helias, with a more under-the-surface pacing as Blackwell breaks out in occasional fits and flurries on tom toms, framing a slower swing that buoys Ward's deliciously wafting, darting, mysterioso flute. The bassist strums on "Thumbs Up," with a popping, chattery melody by flute and muted trumpet over a kinetic swing rhythm that shifts to half-speed choogle, cued by Blackwell's cowbell, and back. Ward warms to the task with a most comprehensive solo, all the elements of melody, harmony, rhythm and ethnic slants folded into one; Blackwell's fever induces the band to play the tail section with even more vigor. Ward wrote the final two selections; an inquisitive, dirge-like, brooding sax/trumpet line breaks off into Blackwell's tunefully melodic, boppish mallets on toms for "Mallet Song," while the 12-minute "Rosa Takes a Stand" is another well-swung jam, loose and free with choppy staccato insertions, and a bass solo by Helias cutting him slack alone. This first set is one of two available, and it's the better of the lot. Both are necessary for the Blackwell completist, but this particular volume is his best work as a leader, and a great example of where modern jazz in the '90s landed. A must-buy for all. ~ Michael G. Nastos, All Music Guide
1996 - Michael Cain - Circa Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
1996 - Michael Cain - Circa
Artist: Michael Cain
Album: Circa
Label: ECM Records
Year: 1996
Format, Flac
Time: 53:44
Size: 209 mb
AMG rating 1996 - Michael Cain - Circa

Pianist Michael Cain teams up with trumpeter Ralph Alessi and soprano saxophonist Peter Epstein for some unusual trio performances on this ECM CD. The 11 group originals (by Cain and/or Alessi) alternate complex written-out sections with fairly free group improvising. Epstein's soprano and Alessi's trumpet blend together almost as if they were one person playing two horns simultaneously, while Cain's rumbling keeps the music from ever getting too tonal or comfortable. Ranging from what sounds like chamber music (it is often difficult to determine when the musicians are improvising) to stretched-out long tones and heated sections, this episodic and continually intriguing music is never predictable and rewards repeated listenings.
~ Scott Yanow. All Music Guide
1976: Helen Humes - Deed I Do Music » Jazz » Vocal Jazz
1976: Helen Humes - Deed I Do
Artist: Helen Humes
Album: Deed I Do
Label: OJC/Contemporary
Year: 1976 ; release: 1994
Format, bitrate: MP3, 320 kbps
Time: 53:10
Size: 117 mb


JazzTimes (10/95, p.96) - "...a wonderful surprise....Her singing has...a very natural quality, one that reflects her sunny, generous personality, and she has pretty well perfect pitch....her accent...is as distinctive as it is appealing....an ability to swing rarely rivaled among singers...a style maintained with integrity..."

Of course this Helen Humes album is good, she never recorded a bad one (her very best are "Songs I Like To Sing" and "Swingin' With Humes" both on Origional Jazz Classics) Humes was a great jazz singer with a highly appealing voice, all of her sessions are worth picking up.
~ Amazon.com

1934-1935: Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra 1934-1935 Music » Jazz » Swing
1934-1935: Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra 1934-1935
Artist: Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra
Album: Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra 1934-1935
Label: Classics
Years: 1934-1935; release: 1990
Quality: MP3@320 kbps
Size: 152 mb
Total time: 70:35
AMG Rating: 1934-1935: Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra 1934-1935

There have been several overlapping reissue programs covering the material in the Classics series, especially the many Teddy Wilson recordings in which the pianist accompanied Billie Holiday. This particular CD has Wilson's first five sessions as a leader. He is heard on four fairly rare piano solos from 1934 (a year before he became a member of the Benny Goodman Trio), six other solos from October 7 and November 22, 1935, and on two band dates that resulted in nine numbers (including seven Billie Holiday vocals); the sidemen include trumpeter Roy Eldridge, tenorman Ben Webster, and (on three songs) clarinetist Benny Goodman. Lady Day's "What a Little Moonlight Can Do" and "I Wished on the Moon" are famous classics. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
2009: Tyshawn Sorey - Koan Freejazz, Avantgarde
2009: Tyshawn Sorey - Koan Artist: Tyshawn Sorey
Album: Koan
Label: 482 Music
Year: 2009
Format, bitrate: mp3, 320
Size: 137 mb
AMG Rating: 2009: Tyshawn Sorey - Koan

Top Ten Jazz albums 2009 - NPR Music
Top Ten Jazz Albums 2009 - Time Out Chicago
Top Ten Jazz Albums 2009 - Destination Out
2009 Jazz Critic's Poll - Village Voice
"Top 13 2009" Michael J. West, Jazzhouse Diaries
"Top 25 2009, plus (Trios)" David R. Adler, Jazzhouse Diaries

Drummer Tyshawn Sorey is a very interesting young player. In only a few years, he's made a substantial impact on the East Coast scene, playing with saxophonists Anthony Braxton, Steve Coleman, and Steve Lehman, trumpeters Wadada Leo Smith and Dave Douglas, pianist Vijay Iyer, and many others. As that list of collaborators and employers should imply, Sorey is a cerebral and introspective player whose work frequently eschews traditional swing for a more fractured, impressionistic approach to rhythm and the role of percussion in jazz. And when he's working as a leader, his work sometimes has almost nothing to do with jazz, as this album proves. Koan is performed using guitar, bass, and drums, and the six pieces, three of which are more than ten minutes each, occupy a space somewhere between Bill Frisell and Morton Feldman, with a few hints of recent recordings by Earth thrown in. The guitar and bass ring out, single notes and gently struck chords hanging in the air like coils of smoke as Sorey uses the drum kit as a third melodic device, only rarely attempting to drive the other two players in one direction or another. The music's slow motion twists and turns occasionally recall European improv, but just as frequently hint at chamber music. This is a very beautiful album that seems to open up a little more each time it's played.
~ Phil Freeman, All Music Guide
2009: Trane Tracks - The Legacy of John Coltrane Music video
2009: Trane Tracks - The Legacy of John ColtraneArtist: John Coltrane
Documentary Film: Trane Tracks - The Legacy of John Coltrane
Label: Efor Films
Year: 2009
Format, bitrate: DVDrip, AVI
Time: 78 min.
Size: 611 MB


The most complete DVD of John Coltrane ever made - carefully restored, digitally mastered, with full interactive menus.
Containing concert footage of legendary tracks: So What (with Miles Davis), Afro Blue, Alabama, Every Time We Say Goodbye, Naima, Impressions (featuring Eric Dolphy), My Favorite Things (featuring Eric Dolphy); and video clips of Coltrane with: Miles Davis, Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie, Johnny Hodges, Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins, Thelonious Monk, Eric Dolphy, The Art Ensemble of Chicago and The Elvin Jones Quartet.
Plus a recent 30-minute interview with McCoy Tyner and revealing interviews with: Elvin Jones, Ron Carter, Benny Bailey, Eddie Marshall, and Bishop Franzo and Wayne King from the African Orthodox Church of Saint John Coltrane!
Comprehensive narration with revealing insight into Coltranes life and music!

~ DVD Notes
1984: The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band '83 - Theatre Post-bop, Modern Big Band
1984: The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band '83 - Theatre
Artist: The George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band '83
Album: Theatre
Label: ECM
Year: 1984
Format: Flac
Time: 56:35
Size: 245 MB



George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band. This is a 1983 studio date with 18-piece group. Sheila Jordan singing "No One Can Explain It" is a waterfall of emotion. Lots of Dino Saluzzi on bandoneon, brass heavy. Operatic and soaring.
~ Michael G. Nastos, All Music Guide
1973: Barney Kessel - Yesterday Music » Jazz » BeBop » Cool
1973: Barney Kessel - Yesterday
Artist: Barney Kessel
Album: Yesterday
Label: Black Lion
Year: 1973
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320Kbps
Time: 48:22
Size: 110 MB

This CD reissue has guitarist Barney Kessel's performance at the 1973 Montreux Jazz Festival. Kessel is heard unaccompanied on two ballads (the Beatles' "Yesterday" and his own "In the Garden of Love"), he performs "Laura" in a trio with bassist Kenny Baldock and drummer Johnny Richardson, plays three songs with a quartet also featuring pianist Brian Lemon, uses a quintet on "Bridging the Blues" which also co-stars tenor saxophonist Danny Moss and, for an encore, has a duet with violinist Stephane Grappelli on a delightful version of "Tea for Two." This well-rounded set features Barney Kessel in prime form and is easily recommended to his fans.
~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
1995: Jerry Bergonzi - Vertical Reality Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
1995: Jerry Bergonzi - Vertical Reality
Artist: Jerry Bergonzi
Album: Vertical Reality
Label: Musidisc / Universal
Year: 1995
Format, bitrate: mp3, 320kbps
Time: 54:31
Size: 152mb
AMG rating: 1995: Jerry Bergonzi - Vertical Reality

Noted educator and saxophonist Jerry Bergonzi put together an all-star cast for Vertical Reality, sharing the frontline with guitarist Mike Stern. The title of the album may refer to the nature of Bergonzi's playing and arranging in general; his emphasis is on the vertical, harmonic nature of each tune rather than singable lines and enduring melodies. The presence of Stern (five tracks), as well as the strong supporting cast including Andy LaVerne (piano, four tracks), George Mraz (bass), and Billy Hart (drums), all truly make an impact on this recording. Bergonzi is far subtler and more effective in his approach here, creating accessible post-bop while leaving considerable improvisational space for each of the players. Vertical Reality is split between Bergonzi originals and standards principally arranged by LaVerne. Highlights include a hard-edged, Stern-dominated version of Bergonzi's "Jones" and swinging interpretations of "On Green Dolphin Street" and "Lover Man." This is a recommended Bergonzi release.
~ Brian Bartolini, All Music Guide
Main page | Registration | Add the news | Site updates | Statistic Copyright © 2007-2010. Jazz Blues Club. All Rights Reserved