Various - The Best Of Blue Note - 40 Years Of Jazz - Box 1 Vol.1 download album
Label: Blue Note – MC 66. 28M-B. Format: Cassette, Compilation.
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The first of two excellent catalog roundups, Best of Blue Note, Vol. 1 takes in highlights from the early '50s through the first half of the '60s. Ranging through a mess of styles, the disc takes in late bebop ( Bud Powell, James Moody ), hard bop ( Clifford Brown, Donald Byrd ), soul-jazz ( Lee Morgan, Horace Silver ), and even modal ( Herbie Hancock ). Along the way, listeners will find stone classics by Monk ("Criss-Cross"), Coltrane ("Blue Train"), Art Blakey ("Moanin'"), and Milt Jackson ("Bag's Groove").
Blue Note is unquestionably the most iconic jazz label there has ever been. In saying that, it may well be the most iconic record label of all time. When Alfred Lion started the label in 1939, recording boogie woogie pianists Meade Lux Lewis and Albert Ammons, his intention was to bring to the public the kind of music that he felt was important. It is a mission that he never wavered from, nor have the Blue Note albums that have followed in his illustrious footsteps. However, to become a major brand, and remain so, it can only be achieved with quality music and the thousands of Blue Note albums down the years attest to this fact. They may not all be to your ear or the kind of music you like, but it’s impossible not to acknowledge the sheer quality of the recordings listed her. nd for the vast majority of those that failed to make the cut.
Genre: Smooth Jazz Year: 2003 Country: Blue Note Audio codec: MP3 Riptype: tracks Bitrate: 320 kbps Playtime: . 4. Tracklist: 01. Charlie Hunter Feat. Norah Jones – More Than This (orig. Roxy Music) 02. Bob Belden & Holly Cole – Purple Rain (orig. Prince) 03. Bob Belden & Cassandra Wilson – When Doves Cry (orig. Prince) 04. Dianne Reeves – I’m In Love Again (orig.
This is the only album that Coltrane made for Blue Note as leader. By general acclaim, however, it is rated as the best of his early recordings, and among the finest of his career. 4 Art Blakey: Moanin’ (1958). The drummer Art Blakey was one of Blue Note’s staple figures. As with bebop, Blue Note was a little cautious about free jazz when it came along. This wonderful semi-free session - with a fine spacey, Sixties feel - was Dolphy’s out-and-out masterpiece. 9 Horace Silver: Song for My Father (1963). 10 Ornette Coleman Trio at 'Golden Circle’ in Stockholm, Vol 1&2 (1965). Coleman didn’t do that much for Blue Note, but these two sessions are wonderful examples of location recording that catch the free jazz master at his best, and Wolff’s cover shot of the trio in a Stockholm park is unforgettable. MG. World, Folk and Jazz.
Жанр: Jazz, Blues, Swing Год выпуска: 2011 Формат: Flac mp3 Битрейт аудио: Lossless 320 Kbps Продолжительность: 10:06:31 Размер: 3,4 Gb 1,4 Gb Жанр: Jazz, Blues, Swing Год выпуска: 2011.
VA - 100 Best Of Blue Note (Box Set) (2010). Artist: VA Album: 100 Best Of Blue Note (10CD Box Set) Released: Original Release Date: December 13, 2010 Genre: Jazz. Count Basie - Sleepwalker's Serenade (3:40) 10. Billie Holiday - Detour Ahead (3:02). 2010 - 100 Best of Blue Note CD2. Tracklisting: 01. Louis Armstrong and The Duke Ellington Orchestra - Azalea (5:03) 02. Gil Fuller & The Monterey Jazz Festival Orchestra Featuring Dizzy Gillespie - Man from Monterey (3:58) 03. Count Basie & Sarah Vaughan - You Go to My Head (4:52) 04.
|A1||–The Port Of Harlem Jazzmen*||Port Of Harlem Blues|
|A2||–The Port Of Harlem Jazzmen*||Mighty Blues|
|A3||–The Port Of Harlem Jazzmen*||Rockin' The Blues|
|A4||–The Port Of Harlem Seven||Blues For Tommy|
|A5||–The Sidney Bechet Quintet*||Summertime|
|A6||–The Port Of Harlem Seven||Pounding Heart Blues|
|B1||–The Frankie Newton Quintet*||Daybreak Blues|
|B2||–Sidney Bechet||Dear Old Southland|
|B3||–Sidney Bechet||Bechet's Steady Rider|
|B4||–Sidney Bechet & Albert Nicholas||Blame It On The Blues|
|B5||–Art Hodes||Gut Bucket Blues|
|B7||–Art Hodes||Nobody's Sweetheart|
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Electrola GmbH
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- Bass – Johnny Williams (tracks: A1 to B1), Pops Foster (tracks: B2 to B7)
- Clarinet – Albert Nicholas (tracks: B4), Mezz Mezzrow (tracks: B5 to B7), Sidney Bechet (tracks: A6, B3)
- Drums – Danny Alvin (tracks: B4 to B7)
- Guitar – Teddy Bunn (tracks: A, B)
- Piano – Albert Ammons (tracks: A1 to A3, A6, B1), Art Hodes (tracks: B5 to B7), Don Frye (tracks: E1 to E4), Meade Lux Lewis* (tracks: A4 to A6)
- Soprano Saxophone – Sidney Bechet (tracks: A4, A6, B2, B4)
- Trombone – J.C. Higginbotham (tracks: A1 to A4, A6)
- Trumpet – Frankie Newton* (tracks: A1 to A4, A6, A7), Max Kaminsky (tracks: B5 to B7)
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- Label Code: LC 0133
- Rights Society: GEMA