28 Abril 2011

Howard McGhee - Dusty Blue 1961

Howard McGhee - trumpet
Bennie Green - trombone - (8/10)
Roland Alexander - tenor sax - (8/10)
Pepper Adams - bar sax - (8/10)
Tommy Flanagan - piano
Ron Carter - bass
Walter Bolden - drums

1 - Dusty Blue
2 - Sound Of Music
3 - I Concentrate On You
4 - Sleep Talk
5 - With Malice Toward None, Pt. 1
6 - With Malice Toward None, Pt. 2
7 - Cottage For Sale
8 - Park Avenue Petite
9 - Groovin' High
10 - Flyin' Colors

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19 Abril 2011

Chuck Mangione - An Evening Of Magic, Live At The Hollywood Bowl 1978

MP3 : 224 kbps : 161 MB

Recorded live at the Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California on July 17, 1978

Disc 1
1. Feels So Good - 9:17
2. The XIth Commandment - 6:37
3. Chase The Clouds Away - 9:38
4. Hill Where The Lord Hides - 5:26
5. Doin' Everything With You - 7:38
6. Love The Feelin' - 7:23
7. I Get Crazy - 4:15

Disc 2
1. Land Of Make Believe - 9:09
2. Hide And Seek (Ready Or Not Here I Come) - 8:39
3. The Day After (Our First Night Together) - 7:38
4. Children Of Sanchez [Main Theme] - 6:49
5. B'Bye - 5:06
6. Children Of Sanchez [Finale] - 3:55
7. Main Squeeze - 6:35
8. Feels So Good (Encore) - 3:14

Chuck Mangione - flugelhorn
Chris Vadala - soprano & tenor saxophones, flute, alto flute, piccolo
Grant Geissman - acoustic, electric & classical guitars
Charles Meeks - bass
James Bardley Jr. - drums

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Chuck Mangione "Feels So Good" 1977

MP3 : 320 kbps : 101 MB
1. Feels So Good - 9:42
2. Maui-Waui - 10:13
3. Theme From 'Side Street' - 2:05
4. Hide & Seek (Ready Or Not Here I Come) - 6:25
5. Last Dance - 10:54
6. The XIth Commandment - 6:36

Chuck Mangione - flugelhorn, electric piano
Chris Vadala - soprano, alto, and baritone saxophones; piccolo and alto flute
Grant Geissman - electric, acoustic, 12-string, and classical guitars
Charles Meeks - bass
James Bradley, Jr. - drums, congas, timbales

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Bob Brookmeyer, Jimmy Cleveland and Frank Rosolino - The Trombones Inc. 1958

Bob Brookmeyer, Jimmy Cleveland and Frank Rosolino - The Trombones Inc. 1958



1. Neckbones
2. Dues Blues
3. Long Before I Knew You
4. Soft Winds
5. Tee Jay
6. Lassus Trombone
7. It's All Right With Me
8. Polka Dots and Moonbeams
9. Old Devil Moon
10. Impossible
11. Heat Wave
12. I Found a New Baby

First time on CD for the complete Trombones Inc session from 1958. Led by Bob Brookmeyer, Jimmy Cleveland and Frank Rosolino, these recordings feature 27 Jazz trombonists appearing together on the same sessions and arranged by Jay Jay Johnson and Marty Paich. Includes Barney Kessel, Hank Jones, Wendell Marshall, Mill Hinton, Osie Johnson and Mel Lewis. 12 tracks total. Lone Hill Jazz. 2006.

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18 Abril 2011

J. J. Johnson & Kai Winding Trombone Octet - Jay & Kai + 6 - 1956

J. J. Johnson & Kai Winding Trombone Octet - Jay & Kai + 6
Label, Columbia 892 12" LP 1956
Illustration, Arnold Roth


The Jay And Kai Trombone Octet + 6
J. J. Johnson , Kai Winding , Jimmy Cleveland, Eddie Bert, Bob Alexander, Urbie Green - Trombone
Bart Varsalone, Tom Mitchell - Bass Trombone
Hank Jones - Piano
Milt Hinton, Ray Brown - Bass
Candido Camero - Congas, Bongos
Osie Johnson - Drums

1 - Night In Tunisia
2 - Piece For Two Tromboniums
3 - Rise 'N' Shine
4 - All At Once You Love Her
5 - No Moon At All
6 - Surrey With The Fringe On Top
7 - The Peanut Vendor
8 - You're My Thrill
9 - Jeanne
10 - Four Plus Four
11 - You Don't Know What Love Is
12 - The Continental (You Kiss While You're Dancing)

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Chet Baker at the Jazzhus Montmartre

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Chet Baker at the Jazzhus Montmartre, Copenhagen, December 12, 1978
Photo by Thorbjørn Sjøgren

Chet Baker - No Problem 1979

Chet Baker Quartet | No Problem (1979)
MP3 | 320Kbps | Covers, Liner Notes Scans | RS.com | 135mb

This is arguably Chet Baker's best recording for SteepleChase, and it's also one of the hardest to find. This recording is great because it is unlike most other Baker recordings. There are no standards here, only seven great Duke Jordan compositions. Also, Chet plays a rarely-heard muted trumpet on several cuts. It sounds like he had fun making this one, it's too bad Baker and Jordan didn't record together more often. It is strange that one of Chet's greatest albums has one of the worst pictures of him on the cover!

Quartet
Chet Baker trumpet, vocal Duke Jordan piano
Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen bass
Norman Fearrington drums

Tracks:
1. No Problem - 9:45
2. Sultry Eve - 7:04
3. Glad I Met Pat - 5:08
4. Kiss of Spain - 7:15
5. The Fuzz - 6:05
6. My Queen Is Home to Stay - 7:13
7. Jealous Blues - 8:49

Chet Baker Trio - Star Eyes - Live At George's Jazz Cafe 1983

Chet Baker Trio - Star Eyes - Live At George's Jazz Cafe (1983)
MP3 | 256kbps VBR | Covers | RS.com | 83mb
| Time: 45:00
Label: Marshmallow MYCJ-30090 / CEJCOO212

Recorded Live on Nov. 28, 1983 at George's Jazz Cafe, Arnhem, Holland

Trio
Chet Baker trumpet Duke Jordan piano Jasper Lundgaard bass

Tracks:
1. Walkin' (13:49)
2. Solar (12:14)
3. Star Eyes (18:57)

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Chet Baker - September Song 1983

Chet Baker - September Song (2002)

Recorded November 24, 25 & 28, 1983, Paris, France; Lauwe, Belgium & Arnhem, Holland

1. September Song (8:08)
2. My Fanny Valentine (6:43)
3. I Remember You (4:22)
4. But Beautiful (4:35)
5. Barbados (11:29)
6. September Song (7:38)
7. Solar (4:05)

Chet Baker trumpet and vocal
Duke Jordan piano
Jasper Lundgaard bass

"Barbados" recorded at Jazz Club, Kawe, Lauwe, Belgium in November 25, 1983


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17 Abril 2011

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Dizzy Gillespie 1955
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Julian Priester photo Roberto Polillo
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J. J. Johnson with Max Roach and Oscar Pettiford, BNote, photo by Marcel Fleiss
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Portrait of Wilbur De Paris, Aquarium, New York, N.Y., ca. Nov. 1946, photo William P. Gottlieb
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Chet Baker trumpet towards floor Los Angeles - record session 1953, photo Bob Willoughby’s

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15 Abril 2011

J. J. Johnson Quintergy at The Village Vanguard 1988

Recorded live at The Village Vanguard, on July 5 & 10, 1988

J. J. Johnson Trombone Ralph Moore Saxophone Stanley Cowell Piano Rufus Reid Bass Victor Lewis Drums

01. When the Saints Go Marching In (Traditional) 4:47
02. Blue Bossa (Dorham) 6:28
03. Doc Was Here (Johnson) 4:31
04. Bud's Blues (Stitt) 6:00
05. Quintergy (Johnson) 3:27
06. Lament (Johnson) 5:53
07. Why Indianapolis, Why Not Indianapolis? (Johnson) 8:00
08. It's All Right With Me (Porter) 2:46
09. Coppin' the Bop (Roach) 9:21
10. Nefertiti (Shorter) 5:02
11. You've Changed (Carey, Fischer) 5:49
12. Commutation (Johnson) 6:02

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Herbie Harper (1955)

MP3@320KBPS : 61,74MB
TRACKLIST:

1. Anything Goes 3:46

2. I’m Old Fashioned 2:39

3. I’ll Take Romance 3:50

4. Topsy 3:50

5. How Deep Is The Ocean 3:36

6. Now You Know 3:31

7. Angus 5:04

Recorded in Los Angeles CA, January 25, 1955


LINEUP
Herbie Harper trombone 
Corky Hale harp
 Charlie Mariano alto sax
 Jimmy Giuffre tenor and baritone sax, clarinet

Paul Sarmento tuba
 Jimmy Rowles piano
 Harry Babasin bass 
Irv Cottler drums


REVIEW:

A fine trombonist active in the West Coast jazz scene of the 1950s, Herbie Harper spent most of his playing time after 1955 as a studio musician, although he occasionally re-emerged in the jazz world. After playing with Charlie Spivak’s Orchestra (1944-1947), Harper settled in Los Angeles, where he gigged with Teddy Edwards and had short-time associations with Benny Goodman, Charlie Barnet, and Stan Kenton (1950). In addition to recording in the 1950s with June Christy, Kenton, Maynard Ferguson, Benny Carter, and Barnet, Herbie Harper led five albums of his own during 1954-1957 for Nocturne, Tampa, Bethlehem, and Mode. He mostly worked in the studios afterwards, but emerged to play with Bob Florence’s big band and, in the 1980s, he recorded for SeaBreeze and with Bill Perkins for VSOP.

~ by Scott Yanow, AMG


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Louis Armstrong
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Bunk Johnson
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Hot Lips Page 1947 photo William P. Gottlieb
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Cootie Williams - photo Ole Brask
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Freddie Hubbard
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Howard Mcghee photo Roberto Polillo

12 Abril 2011

Complete Conservatory Method For Trumpet

Complete Conservatory Method For Trumpet
English | 2009 | 191 pages | PDF | 25 MB


A Pillar Among Trumpet Method Books, The Carl Fischer Authentic Edition Arban’s Complete
Conservatory Method for Trumpet has long set the standard for trumpet pedagogy books.
Within its pages, trumpet players can find detailed exercises and instruction geared
to make the aspiring trumpeter into a first class musician.
If you are serious about playing the trumpet, this book must be in your collection


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I Love The Trumpet

I Love The Trumpet [2 DVDs] | 7.91 GB

From beginner to advanced Lessons, to a History of the Jazz Trumpet, Warren Vaché renowned jazz trumpeter,
and charter member of the Juilliard School Program for Jazz Studies,
walks you through everything you need to know about the trumpet.

4 hours of video content and a 28 page booklet
Lessons in Breathing, Fingering, Embouchure, Tonguing, and Improvisation for the
beginner and intermediate, plus an advanced lesson.
Interviews with the featured students.
A Recording Session with Mr. Vaché's band where a section is left open for the viewer to solo
with the accompaniment. Notation for suggested solos is scrolled across the screen and can be set to
several levels of difficult. Mr. Vaché's solos are transcribed and scrolled across the screen as he plays them.
Interviews with the recording engineer and the musicians are also included.
A history of the Jazz trumpet by Mr. Vaché with musical examples.
A visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art's music instrument department featuring a discussion
with the associate curator, tracing the development of the trumpet throughout history.
A tour of the Yamaha Brass instrument facility in Grand Rapids Michigan.
See an instrument built from the valve casing to plating and shipping.
A trip to Dillon Music a legendary brass instrument store in New Jersey,
that includes a visit to their repair shop and an interview with their mouthpiece designer.
Interviews with Classical and Latin music trumpet players, Mark Gould and Ray Vega.
A "How To" on proper care and cleaning of the trumpet.
Mr. Vaché discusses mutes, mouthpieces, and method books.
Includes sheet music that can be printed out on a PC, including all parts
(trumpet, piano,guitar,bass and drums ) for the songs in the recording session.
Mr. Vaché's solos can also be printed out.

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Don Ellis - How Time Passes - 1961

Don Ellis - How Time Passes (1961) {2006 Candid Remaster}
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01 - How Time Passes
02 - Sallie
03 - A Simplex One
04 - Waste
05 - Improvisational Suite #1

Don Ellis - Trumpet
Jaki Byard - Piano and Alto Saxophone
Ron Carter - Bass
Charlie Persip - Drums

09 Abril 2011

Rubby Braff & Hank Jones featuring Jim Hall - Complete Recordings (1958-1961)



1. Embraceable You (Gershwin, Gershwin) 5:00

2. Treat Me Rough (Gershwin, Gershwin) 4:22

3. But Not For Me (Gershwin, Gershwin) 6:33

4. Boy ! What Love Has Done For Me (Gershwin, Gershwin) 3:10

5. I Got Rhythm (Gershwin, Gershwin) 5:44

6. Bidin’ My Time (Gershwin, Gershwin) 5:31

7. Could You Use Me ? (Gershwin, Gershwin) 6:23

8. Barbary Coast (Gershwin, Gershwin) 3:08

9. Medley: Bidin’ My Time / But Not For Me / Embraceable You (Gershwin, Gershwin) 5:01

10. When Your Lover Has Gone (Swan) 3:31

11. You’re Getting To Be A Habit With Me (Dubin, Warren) 2:55

12. Let’s Do It (Porter) 3:11

13. Taking A Chance On Love (Duke, Latouche, Fetter) 2:40
14. Give My Regards To Broadway (Cohan) 4:03

15. Willow Weep For Me (Ronell) 5:05

16. This Is My Lucky Day (DeSylva, Brown, Henderson) 2:26

17. Someday You’ll Be Sorry (Armstrong) 3:03

18. Yesterdays (Kern, Harbach) 3:34



Personnel

[#1-9]
Ruby Braff trump
et Hank Jones p
iano Al Cohn tenor s
ax Jim Hall g
uitar
George Duvivier b
ass (#3, 5 & 6) Bob Haggart b
ass (#1, 2, 4, 7 & 9) 
Buzzy Drootin drums

New York, December 4 & 5, 1958
Originally appeared on 

Ruby Braff Goes "Girl Crazy"




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Ruby Braff trump
et Hank Jones p
iano
Mundell Lowe guitar 
Milt Hinton b
ass Don Elliott vib
raphone Don Lamond drums
New York, 1961
Originally appeared on
You’re Getting to Be a Habit With Me




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Ruby Braff trump
et Hank Jones p
iano Roy Eldridge 2nd trumpet
Mundell Lowe guitar 
Leonard Gaskin bass 
Don Lamond dr
ums

New York, August 19, 1958
Originally appeared on
Easy Now



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Don Ellis - Haiku 1973

Don Ellis for MPS from 1974
Ripped@320 from the original vinyl-no reissues
Studio Album, released in 1973

Songs / Tracks Listing


Children

Blossoming

Water Jewel

Cherry Petals

Forest

Summer Rain

Two Autumns

Mirror-Pond of Stars

Parting

Dew

Don Ellis Trumpet
Israel Baker, Erno Neufeld, Jacob Krachmalnick,
George Vinci, Shirley Cornell, Marcia Van Dyck, Marvin Limonick Violin
Allan Harshman, David Schwartz, Myra Kestenbaum,
Samuel Voghossian, Alfred Barr, Dan Neufeld Viola
Raphael Kramer, Frederick Seykora, Ronald Cooper Cello
Catherine Gotthoffer Harp
Larry Carlton, David Cohen, Tommy Tedesco Guitar
Milcho Leviev Keyboards
Ray Brown Bass
John Guerin Drums


Haiku (1974) represents another radical departure from both the conventions and the direction Ellis had been setting for himself and his ensemble. This recording features pristine chamber music-like settings of Ellis's favorite examples of ancient Japanese Haiku poetry, and foreshadows the "New Age" textures that became popular during the 1980s. Ellis provides the verbal narration of each for the ten settings himself. Ellis's stylistic development is best demonstrated on this release in the selection "Children," which features a sublime counterpoint writing in a 7/8 canonic passage.

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05 Abril 2011

Don Ellis - Tears Of Joy (1971)

Don Ellis - Tears Of Joy (1971) [2CD] {2005 Wounded Bird Remaster}

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CD1

01. Tears Of Joy

02. 5/4 Getaway

03. Bulgarian Bulge

04. Get It Together

05. Quiet Longing

06. Blues In Elf

07. Loss

CD2

01. How's This For Openers?

02. Samba Bajada

03. Strawberry Soup

04. Euphoric Acid

Don Ellis - Out Of Nowhere (1961)


Don Ellis - Out Of Nowhere (1961) {2007 Candid Remaster}
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Personnel: Don Ellis trumpet Paul Bley piano Steve Swallow bass

01. Sweet and Lovely
02. My Funny Valentine
03. I Love You (alternate take, Take 2)
04. I'll Remember April
05. Just One of Those Things (alternate take, Take 8)
06. You Stepped Out of a Dream
07. All the Things You Are (alternate take, Take 5)
08. Out of Nowhere
09. Just One of Those Things (alternate take, Take 5)
10. I Love You (alternate take, Take 1)


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04 Abril 2011

J. J. Johnson & Nat Adderley - The Yokohama Concert 1977

Recorded at "Kanagawa Kenritsu Ongakudo", Yokahama, Japan, on April 20, 1977

J. J. Johnson Trombone Nat Adderley Trumpet, Cornet Billy Childs Fender Rhodes Tony Dumas Bass Kevin Johnson Drums

1 . Horace (Johnson) 7:00
2 - Cyclops (Adderley) 6:20
3 . Why Not (Johnson) 8:25
4 . Splashes (Johnson) 7:20
5 . It Happens (Dumas) 10:05
6 . Work Song (Adderley, Brown) 6:04
7 . Walkin' (Carpenter) 9:46
8 . Jevin (Johnson) 5:15
9 . Lament (Johnson) 3:30
10 . Hummin' (Adderley) 8:27
11 . Melodee (Johnson) 8:5

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03 Abril 2011

Frank Rosolino : Four Horns and a Lush Life 1956

Frank Rosolino - Four Horns and a Lush Life (1956)
eac-flac-cue-log-cover | 180MB
Toshiba/EMI | miniLP | TOCJ-62052

-01 - I'll Never Forget What's Her Name (3:20)
-02 - But Beautiful (2:17)
-03 - Dancing on the Ceiling (3:09)
-04 - The Boy Next Door (2:37)
-05 - Just One of Those Things (4:06)
-06 - Zigeuner Noël Coward (2:55)
-07 - Limehouse Blues (3:04)
-08 - Lush Life (2:07)
-09 - Lover, Come Back to Me (5:36)
-10 - Ramona (2:40)
-11 - Someone to Watch over Me (2:31)
-12 - What Is This Thing Called Love? (3:04)

Personnel:
Russell Garcia (Conductor) Frank Rosolino (Trombone) Maynard Ferguson (Trombone) Herbie Harper (Trombone) Tommy Pederson (Trombone)
Dick Houlgate (Baritone Sax) Marty Paich (Piano) Red Mitchell (Bass) Stan Levey (Drums)

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AMG:
Russ Garcia was a popular arranger in the mid-'50s, often working with some of the best jazz artists of the day. On this session for Bethlehem, he conducts an octet with four trombonists (including Maynard Ferguson, Frank Rosolino, Herbie Harper and Tommy Pederson), plus baritone saxophonist Dick Houlgate, pianist Marty Paich, bassist Red Mitchell and drummer Stan Levey. Most of Garcia's cool arrangements are of standards, while his "I'll Never Forget What's Her Name (The Lo-est)" is a barely disguised reworking of the chord changes to "Fine and Dandy." Obviously, the trombonists are the primary focus of the solos, though Paich, Houlgate and Mitchell get a chance to get in a few licks of their own. Garcia's use of a trombone choir is very effective in the warm treatment of "Lush Life" and a cooking "What Is This Thing Called Love." Licensed at least once for a reissue LP in the 1970s, this enjoyable album should not be terribly hard to acquire; it was also released under Frank Rosolino's name as Four Horns and a Lush Life.

Dizzy Gillespie Live At The Blue Note in 1992



Recorded Live At The Blue Note, New York City, January 23-25, 1992

Dizzy Gillespie on vocals, trumpet, rhythm stick 
Clifford Jordan 
and David Sanchez on tenor saxophone Danilo Perez on piano
Also featuring
Lewis Nash, Jackie McLean, Kenny Washington, Bobby McFerrin
Benny Golson, George Mraz, Paquito D 'Rivera, Antonio Hart


To Diz With Love
01. Billie's Bounce
02. Confirmation
03. Mood Indigo
04. Straight No Chaser
05. A Night In Tunisia

To Bird With Love
01. Billie 's Bounce 

02. Bebop 

03. Ornithology 

04. Anthropology
05. Oo Pa Pa Da 

06. Diamond Jubilee Blues
07. Theme

To Diz With Love
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Louis Armstrong plays Rheingold

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Louis Armstrong for Rheingold Beer Advertisement - Ebony Magazine, April, 1960


Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans?

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