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1960: Jackie McLean - Jackie's Bag Hard-bop, Post-bop
1960: Jackie McLean - Jackie's Bag
Artist: Jackie McLean
Album: Jackie's Bag
Label: Blue Note Records / EMI
Year: 1960; release: 2010
Quality: mp3; 320 Kbps / Wav Pack(image) + CUE + LOG
Total Time: 01:02:47
Total Size: 172.19 Mb (mp3 + Scans) / 398.01 Mb (Wv + Scans)
AMG Rating: 1960: Jackie McLean - Jackie's Bag

Jackie's Bag is split between two different recording sessions: the first, from January 1959, was the first session Jackie McLean ever led for Blue Note, and the second was a sextet date from September 1960 that featured tenor saxophonist Tina Brooks as a co-leader in all but name. According to the liner notes, McLean's first date produced only three songs of releasable quality, all of which are included here. Six tunes were cut at the Brooks session, all of which were issued in Japan as Street Singer and half of which appeared on the original Jackie's Bag LP; the CD reissue includes all six, making it the definitive word on both recording dates. Given the transitional time period of the first and Brooks' musical taste on the second, the music on Jackie's Bag finds McLean in a staunchly hard bop mode, with occasional hints of adventurousness. While McLean's debut performances are certainly well done, the most distinctive appeal of the album lies in the Brooks collaborations. There are exotic flavors to McLean's terrific "Appointment in Ghana" and Brooks' "Isle of Java"; of the newly added bonus tracks, Brooks' "Medina" has a particularly complex and memorable theme, and his "Street Singer" was actually issued on his own Back to the Tracks album as well. Despite crucial contributions from trumpeter Blue Mitchell and drummer Art Taylor, the real focal point of these performances is the complementary interplay between McLean and Brooks, the latter of whom does a nice job of matching the former's legendarily hard-edged tone. McLean devotees will want this anyway, but the quality of the Street Singer material pushes Jackie's Bag far beyond a simple gap-plugging historical release.
~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide

1971: Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonious Monk - Unissued In Europe (2CD) Jazz, Hard-bop, Post-bop
1971: Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonious Monk - Unissued In Europe  (2CD)
Artists: Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonious Monk
Album[: Unissued In Europe 1971 (Live) (2CD)
Year: 1971; release: 2008
Label: Gambit Records
Quality: mp3 / FLAC(tracks) + CUE + LOG
Total Time: 02:25:10 (2 CD)
Total Size: 349.58 Mb (mp3 + Booklet) / 658.01 Mb (FLAC + Booklet)

This release contains three rare, fascinating 1971 concerts by a sextet featuring some of the best jazz players in the history of modern jazz - including Thelonious Monk, Dizzy Gillespie and Art Blakey - live in Warsaw, Böblingen and Milan.

The Warsaw and Böblingen concerts (all tracks on CD 1) appears here for the first time, while the Milan performance (all tracks on CD 2) was only previously issued on a long out of print LP.
~ Fresh Sound Records
1986: Najee – Najee's Theme Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Funk-Jazz
1986: Najee  Najee's Theme
Artist: Najee
Album: Najee's Theme
Label: Capitol
Year: 1986
Format, bitrate: Mp3, 320 Kbps
Time: 00:43:59
Size: 96.38 Mb

I was impressed by Najee's type of contemporary jazz since I heard his wonderful Stevie Wonder tribute to 'Songs In The Key Of Life.'Najee's Theme' is a great way to start a music career.This was recorded in 1986 and is very much steeped in the musical sound of the era-drum machines are plentiful and there are a lot of digital keyboard textures.What's impressive about 'Najee's Theme' is how it's used in conjunction with Najee's sax playing and the superb quality of the songwriting.Take the title track for example-nothing could sound more 1986 for sure but the musicians take on it is sultry;Najee switches moods from hot to cold,from smooth,easy listening jazz styled playing to a pumped up,expressive style.Another great thing about this thoroughly electric album is the heavy reliance on rhythm-this is more a contemporary funk and R&B album with a lilting cover of "Sweet Love" but of the remakes EWF's classic "Can't Hide Love" get's a powerful rendition-there of course is no way to improve on the peerless original but Najee plays by and large expressively on this track,only for a moment playing melodically but generally streching out into the territory Don Myrick did on the original."Feel So Good To Me","Betcha Don't Know","Mysterious" and the ear catching "We're Still Family" all have a great uptempo funk rhythm going for them,plus some unusually haunting backround vocals."For The Love Of You" and "What You Do To Me" take on a more relaxed,sensual tone but the feeling is all the same.So if you enjoy the music that people such as Loose Ends,Ronnie Laws,Sade and the SOS Band were making around this very same time you will eat 'Najee's Theme' right up.It is one of those albums that's just as suitable for a nightime drive without a care in a world or an intimate moment in the bedroom-this goes good anywhere.And even if you just want to groove a little this will fit the bill.
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