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1971:Lee Morgan - The Last Session Music » Jazz » BeBop » Hard-bop
1971:Lee Morgan - The Last Session
Artist: Lee Morgan
Album: The Last Session
Label:Blue Note
Year: 1971
Format, bitrate: mp3; 320 kbps.
Size:137 MB.
AMG rating: 1971:Lee Morgan - The Last Session

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Lee Morgan's final studio recording before he was murdered was initially released as a two-fer LP, and the original recordings without alternate takes are included here on one CD. This was a fertile creative time for Morgan, as rivals Freddie Hubbard and Woody Shaw were embracing the electrified sounds of the times and Morgan followed suit. Harold Mabern is on the Fender Rhodes piano, tenor saxophonist Billy Harper proves a formidable front-line mate, and the vibrant Bobbi Humphrey is heard on flute before she commercialized her sound. It would be the last creative project Humphrey would involve herself in. Add the exciting trombonist Grachan Moncur III, drummer Freddie Waits, electric bass guitarist Jymie Merritt, and acoustic bassist Reggie Workman, and you have a dream team of unstoppable modern musicians who fully embrace progressive concepts and traditional values at once. One of the most famous compositions in modern jazz, "Croquet Ballet," is here in its initial form, and also available on Harper's Black Saint CD. It's a classic waltz sporting the brightest exuberant and memorable melody molded around a dancing image enhanced by unison and harmonic substance, Humphrey's over the top flute, the bold excursions of Harper, and scintillating solos. Closely following this in terms of enduring jazz are "Capra Black" and "In What Direction Are You Headed?" The former is a heavy and dark modal post-bop magnum opus well known in Harper's repertoire, while the latter has Mabern's perky Rhodes setting the pace in a bright, happy strutting 7/8 and diffuse 4/4, again with the atmospheric flute of Humphrey. "Angela" is led by the introspective bass of Merritt and reflects a sighing emotive motif, while the 17-minute "Inner Passions Out," written by Waits, holds an Arabic feel with the drummer also playing a shenai-sounding recorder. One of the bandmembers (unidentified) on mbira prompts a two-note modal framework from the bass players in an underground-to-free romp stomp. It is unfortunate that the brilliant and forward-thinking Morgan was cut down at such a young age, for as the music was changing, he would have adapted, as this final statement valiantly suggests".
~ Michael G. Nastos, All Music Guide
2004: Rob Partons Jazztech Big Band Two Different Days Music » Jazz » Big Band
2004: Rob Partons Jazztech Big Band  Two Different Days
Artist: Rob Partons Jazztech Big Band
Album: Two Different Days
Label: Sea Breeze
Year: 2004
Quality: MP3@320 kbps
Size: 164 mb
Total time: 73:05
AMG rating 2004: Rob Partons Jazztech Big Band  Two Different Days 2004: Rob Partons Jazztech Big Band  Two Different Days

Since 1984, trumpeter Rob Parton has led his Jazztech Big Band in the Chicago area. A straight-ahead orchestra, this band has impressive musicianship, very professional soloists and a personality of its own within the modern mainstream of jazz. The arrangements of Don Schamber, Thomas Matta, Kirk Garrison, Chris Madsen and Tom Garling are inventive and the band's interpretations of ten jazz standards, "Blue Getz Blues" and Garling's "Two Different Days" are lively and full of spirit. Among the many highlights are features for Parton's flugelhorn on "Speak Low" and "My One And Only Love," tenor-saxophonist Mark Colby's playing throughout and trombonist Tom Garling's showcase on a medium-tempo version of "I'm Getting Sentimental Over You." The closing number, Chuck Mangione's "She's Gone," features Parton's flugelhorn with a string section. Big band collectors will certainly enjoy this excellent program. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
2007: The Houdini's - The Best of the Houdini's: Live at Kiama Jazz Festival Australia Hard-bop, Post-bop
2007: The Houdini's - The Best of the Houdini's: Live at Kiama Jazz Festival Australia
Artist: The Houdini's
Album: The Best of the Houdini's: Live at Kiama Jazz Festival Australia
Label: Challenge
Year: 2007
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 Kbit/s
Time: 58:39
Size: 105 MB

The Houdini's, who can be quite rambunctious, mostly play it straight on this live set. The music and solos are excellent, falling into the area of modern hard bop and occasionally stretching its boundaries. But although these remakes of "Gone" and "Kickin' in the Front Window" are fine, the music is not as extroverted nor as exciting as some of the Houdini's' slightly earlier studio dates. Even with its spirited and soulful moments, the music is a bit tame, although successful on a conventional level. But one would expect much more from songs with titles such as "Single Breath Orgy," "Don't Abuse Our Patience," and "Too Heavy to Carry!"
~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
1969: John Carter - Seeking Post-bop, Avantgarde
1969: John Carter - Seeking
Artist: John Carter
Album: Seeking
Label: Revelation / Hat Art
Year: 1969; Release: 1994
Format, bitrate: MP3 320 Kbps
Time: 47:08
Size: 108.2 MB
AMG rating: 1969: John Carter - Seeking

This CD reissue brings back clarinetist John Carter's first recording and the earliest example of his mutually beneficial teaming with trumpeter Bobby Bradford. Formerly out on Revelation, this Hat Art reissue is most surprising in that Carter mostly plays alto and tenor, with a rare appearance on flute and only one selection ("Sticks And Stones") on clarinet, the instrument that he would soon give up the others for. Less surprising is that the music is most influenced by Ornette Coleman although Carter's style was already showing individuality and the lyrical Bradford always had more technique than Don Cherry. Bassist Tom Williamson is excellent in support and drummer Bruz Freeman comes across as the most conventional player on the date. These freebop performances hold one's interest, vary moods and manage to be both free and melodic.
~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
1969: Dave Pike - Got The Feelin' Music » Soul » Soul-Jazz
1969: Dave Pike - Got The Feelin'
Artist: The Dave Pike Set
Album: Got The Feelin'
Label: Relax
Year: 1969
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 Kbit/s
Time: 30.40
Size: 70MB

David Samuel Pike (born March 23, 1938 in Detroit, Michigan) is a jazz vibraphone player. He learned drums at the age of eight and is self-taught on vibes. He has also played marimba, particularly with Herbie Mann. Lionel Hampton, Milt Jackson, and Cal Tjader were early inspirations for him.
Pike's move to Europe and produced some of the most original jazz of the period. With the collaboration of Volker Kriegel (guitar), J. A. Rettenbacher (acoustic and electric bass), and Peter Baumeister (drums), he formed the Dave Pike Set.
The group recorded 6 brilliant records from 1969-1972 that spanned the gamut from funky grooves to free, textural territory. The group, though short-lived, created a unique identity and textural palette. Kriegel's compositional and instrumental (playing acoustic, classical, and electric guitar as well as sitar) contributions to the group helped set the Dave Pike Set's sound apart, organically incorporating influences from jazz, soul jazz, psychedelia, avant garde and world music.
"Got The Feelin'" is a great funk LP by Dave Pike. Originaly released in Holland on Relax Label, with covers of Sam & Dave's "You Got It Made", Burt Bacharach's "Do You Know The Way To San Jose", The Classics IV's "Spooky", James Brown's "Got the Feelin" and lots of original groovy jazz tracks. ~ dj fanis
2007: Susie Arioli Band - Live At The Montreal International Jazz Music » Jazz » Vocal Jazz
2007: Susie Arioli Band - Live At The Montreal International Jazz
Artist: Susie Arioli Band
Album: Live At The Montreal International Jazz Festival
Label: Justin Time CD JUST 227-2
Year:2006 ; release:2007
Format, bitrate: MP3 320KPS
Time: 55:04
Size: 122.7MB

Montreal-based singer and percussionist Susie Arioli and guitarist Jordan Officer have together forged an enviable reputation. The pair emerged from the fertile ground of Montreals live scene to become one of Québecs most successful live acts and one that also enjoys healthy record sales. Ariolis quirky and engaging stage presence helped propel the momentum, with the result a phenomenon that continues to evolve. The groups success now reaches far beyond la belle province, notably to France and the USA. This CD captures the group in all their splendor, live at the Montreal Jazz Festival.
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