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1956: Chet Baker Quintet - Live in Florence Music » Jazz » BeBop » Cool
1956: Chet Baker Quintet - Live in Florence
Artist: Chet Baker
Album: Live in Florence
Label: Nel Jazz (NLJ 0954-2)
Year: 1956
Format MP3, bitrate: 320 kbps
Time: 50:52
Size: 116 mb

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Chet Baker came in Europe for the first time in 1955-56 and remained for about six months, playing in France, Germany, Italy and Denmark. The quantity of the albums that document his performances is exterminate and drives the collectors mad. On 1956 january 24 he gave a concert in Florence (Italy) at the prestigious Conservatorio Cherubini, unissued for many years, and published in CD about twenty years ago.
1955-1956: Chet Baker with Bobby Jaspar - I Get Chet Music » Jazz » BeBop » Cool
1955-1956: Chet Baker with Bobby Jaspar - I Get Chet
Artist: Chet Baker & Bobby Jaspar
Album: I Get Chet
Label: Felsted Records
Years: 1955-1956
Quality: MP3; 320 kb/s
Size: 103 mb
Happy New Year!

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Rare album of Chet Baker's first tourne in Europe, with all tracks recorded in Paris, published in the 60's in England and never reissued in the same form.


Following with some rare albums of Chet Baker's first tourne in Europe, here another album with all tracks recorded in Paris, published in the 60's in England and never reissued in the same form. In same tracks is possible to listen to Bobby Jaspar (1926-1963) a famous belgian saxophonist, flautist and composer known also as husband of Blossom Dearie (1924-2009) the excellent american pianist and vocalist. ~ bloginjazz
1975: Enrico Rava - Pupa o Crisalide Music » Jazz
1975: Enrico Rava - Pupa o Crisalide
Artist: Enrico Rava
Album: Pupa O Crisalide
Label: RCA-VISTA Records (Catalog#: THP1 1116)
Year: 1975
Format: FLAC, (LP-Rip)
Time: 44:41
Size: 257MB

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"Pupa o Crisalide" isn't his most acclaimed record, but it's my favourite one. It's a good summary of the first phase of his solo career, and it contains tracks recorded with three different ensembles: an all-Italian line-up for the opener and closer - recorded in Rome, an Argentinean octet for the B-side of the LP - recorded in Buenos Aires, and finally an impressive American septet (just two names: Jack DeJohnette, John Abercrombie) for the A-side, recorded in New York.

The musical style clearly reflects the composite nature of the album. The first half is funkier, edgier and more fiery, evidently influenced by the jazz-rock/fusion tendencies that were spreading during those years. The second one is more placid and skippy, and elegantly incorporates some Latin/Samba elements in the alchemy.

The two halves are held together by the timbric similarity of the line-ups (which feature almost the same elements), and by Enrico Rava's renown trumpet style. Often compared to Miles Davis and Kenny Wheeler, his technique envisages rarefied notes, full of ambience, and erratic melodic lines which surprisingly do not undermine the "presence" of his trumpet sound. On the contrary, Rava's trumpet charisma seems to emerge right from this amazing equilibrium of detachedness and red-bloodedness.
1970: Gianni Basso Quartet - Jazz Al Centro Pirelli Music » Jazz » BeBop » Cool
1970: Gianni Basso Quartet - Jazz Al Centro Pirelli
Artist: Gianni Basso Quartet
Album: Jazz Al Centro Pirelli
Label: Ed. ARCOPHON
Year: 1970
Quality: MP3, VBR (LP-rip)
Size: 64 mb
Total time: 48.34


A rare 1970 set from Italian tenorist Gianni Basso – a set that's easily one of the greatest examples of his talents we've ever heard! Basso's tone on tenor is amazing – blown with a sense of freedom that's breathtaking, with odd phrasings and voicings that are extremely personal – almost in the territory of Sonny Rollins on his live classics of the 60s, or Albert Ayler in more inside moments – even though Gianni's never too outside. There's a sense of balance here that's brilliant – as Basso clearly could let loose into much freer territory, yet always keeps his cool and instead fits the tunes with a range of sounds few others players might match. The rest of the group is wonderful too – with Renato Sellani on piano, Giorgio Azzolini on bass, and Gil Cuppini on drums – working with Gianni on titles that include "Gingerbread Boy", "Naima", "So What", "Reaching Forth", and "Sweet Little Maya". 1996-2010, Dusty Groove America, Inc.
1967: Dave Brubeck Quartet in Juan-les-Pins (France) Music » Jazz » BeBop » Cool
1967: Dave Brubeck Quartet in Juan-les-Pins (France)
Artist: Dave Brubeck
Album: Live in Juan-les-Pins
Year: 1967
Label: Blu Jazz
Format: FLAC (tracks + covers)
Quality: lossless
Total Time: 57 min 30 sec
Total Size: 302 mb




A rare album of the Dave Brubeck quartet with the only issue of the second concert in Juan-les-Pins on july 23, 1967. The first one was the day before and was issued as Dave Brubeck Take Five Live (Jazz Music Yesterday (It) JMY 1001-2) today unavailable. The program of this second set is more rich, with three takes not present in the first one.
1985: Pat Metheny & Ornette Coleman - Song X Music » Jazz » Modern Jazz » Avantgarde
1985: Pat Metheny & Ornette Coleman - Song XArtist: Pat Metheny & Ornette Coleman
Album: Song X
Year: 1985
Label: Geffen records
Format: FLAC (tracks + cover)
Time: 48 min 39 sec
Size: 326,5 mb


Guitarist Pat Metheny had long expressed admiration for Ornette Coleman's music, had recorded his compositions, and had worked extensively with bassist Charlie Haden, so a collaboration was not totally unexpected, though who would have guessed that it would be on the Geffen label? Metheny's almost rock star status has worked against him in other partnerships from time to time (notably, his overbearing playing on his project with Derek Bailey, The Sign of 4), but here he happily sublimates his showier instincts and works as sympathetic co-leader, deferring to Coleman's experience and genius. The music itself bears strong similarities to that of Coleman's Prime Time ensembles wherein all players solo at once, bracketed by the themes of the piece. Metheny often manages to be a quite expressive second voice, racing along beside the master saxophonist, offering alternative strategies and never showboating. The tandem percussion team of Jack DeJohnette and Coleman's son Denardo are ferocious when need be, and Charlie Haden is his standard exemplary self. Metheny fans owe it to themselves to listen to some of his most exploratory and least "pastel" playing and, in fact, the album also contains some of Coleman's best work since the mid-'70s.
~ Brian Olewnick, All Music Guide
1980: The Milcho Leviev Quartet (feat. Art Pepper) - Blues for the Fisherman Music » Jazz » BeBop » Post-bop
1980: The Milcho  Leviev Quartet (feat. Art Pepper) -  Blues for the FishermanArtist: The Milcho Leviev Quartet (feat. Art Pepper)
Album: Blues for the Fisherman
Label: Mole
Year: Jun 27, 1980-Jun 29, 1980
Release : 1980
Format : flac
Size: 199+192MB
AMG Rating: 1980: The Milcho  Leviev Quartet (feat. Art Pepper) -  Blues for the Fisherman



In June 1980 Art Pepper played at the Ronnie Scott's Club in London as member of the quartet of his friend the bulgarian pianist and composer Milcho Leviev.
We can listen to part of those sets on this album that is considered one of the best records of the last Pepper, died just two years after.
1952: Dizzy Gillespie Live A Milano Music » Jazz » BeBop
1952: Dizzy Gillespie Live A Milano
Artist: Dizzy Gillespie Sextet
Album: Dizzy Gillespie A Milano
Label: Blue Jazz CD 002
Year: 1952
Quality: mp3@320; FLAC
Size 123 Mb; 350 Mb


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The first italian tour of Dizzy Gillespie was in april 1952 He was coming from Paris (France) and the band was essentially french save for Don Byas (sax t) and Bill Tamper (tbn). The french musicians are: Hubert Fol (sax a), Raymond Fol (p), Pierre Michelot (bs), Pierre Lamarchand (drm). The concert in Milan on april 8 of Teatro Nuovo, the only recorded, was issued more than 30 years after and never reissued.
1987: Gil Evans & Steve Lacy - Paris Blues Music » Jazz » Big Band » Progressive Jazz
1987: Gil Evans & Steve Lacy  - Paris Blues
Artists: Gil Evans & Steve Lacy
Album: Paris Blues
Label: Universal Jazz
Year: 1987, release: 2008
Quality: FLAC
Size: 275 mb

One of my most beloved CD


Recorded just three months before arranger/pianist Gil Evans's death, this duet album teams Evans with the great soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy. In truth, Evans's playing here is generally little more than melody statements and comping behind Lacy and, although the soprano is in top form, little of significance occurs. The duo performs lengthy versions of three Charles Mingus tunes, Duke Ellington's "Paris Blues" and Lacy's "Esteem." Evans was never a masterful keyboardist and clearly was not in Lacy's league as a player, so this CD is of greater interest from a historical standpoint than musical.
~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide

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