Various - The Treasury Of Modern Jazz 13 Vocal album
Modern Jazz Today Episode this week for our new discoveries and unearthed gems, we traveled around the globe to hear the exciting sounds of modern jazz coming out of various countries. Reaching into the vault we looked at Confirmation, off the 1955 album Daddy Plays the Horn, on Bethlehem records. A swinging project featuring: Dexter Gordon – tenor saxophone, Kenny Drew – piano, Leroy Vinnegar – bass and Lawrence Marable – drums. One thing you can always count on with Gordon recordings is they deeply swing
Consider jazz in the 1970s, and the years surrounding the decade. Ideas about harmonic openness, electric instruments, funk, samba, and the entire career of John Coltrane had now thoroughly infused the mainstream. That, and the ongoing concerns of black people in the United States, helped to foster a subset of sounds now loosely lumped under the umbrella of cosmic or ecstatic or, occasionally, spiritual jazz. This music was often energetic and aspirational, giving the impression of great possibility within lax, permeable limits. A new compilation called J-Jazz: Deep Modern Jazz From Japan 1969-1984 portrays that extended decade in a country where, in the wake of post-World War II American occupation, the jazz community grew enormously. In particular, J-Jazz highlights independent releases never before issued outside Japan, mostly by artists who haven’t seen much international attention.
Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Album. The Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Album is an award presented at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards, to recording artists for quality works (songs or albums) in the vocal jazz music genre.
More material from the famous Last Concert record from the MJQ – not really the last concert ever from the Modern Jazz Quartet – but a set that seemed so at the time, given that the group went their separate ways for a number of years! The record's got the combo in really top form – very much back to the basics of their early time on Atlantic Records, with a sublime focus on that unique sound that no other group like this could match . Exact Audio Copy V. beta 3 from 29. August 2011. EAC extraction logfile from 13. November 2014, 20:44. The Modern Jazz Quartet, More From The Last Concert.
Number 1 Jazz Vocal Album. 13. What a Little Moonlight Can Do. Harry Woods.
electric-tric Sketch 13 Elephant Mountain Fireflies Improv, Modern Jazz. electric-tric Sketch 12 Elephant Mountain Fireflies Improv, Modern Jazz. electric-tric Sketch 11 Elephant Mountain Fireflies Improv, Modern Jazz. electric-tric Sketch 10 Elephant Mountain Fireflies Improv, Modern Jazz. electric-tric Sketch 9 Elephant Mountain Fireflies Improv, Modern Jazz. electric-tric Sketch 8 Elephant Mountain Fireflies Improv, Modern Jazz. Lobo Loco Soul Hunters (ID 735) Alien Meetings Electronic, Soundtrack, Experimental, Modern Jazz. Mid-Air Machine Don't Feel (So Low) It Rains ~ Abstract Jazz Jazz, Chill-out, Modern Jazz. Marrach Swing with a Black Dog Swing with a Black Dog Jazz, Trip-Hop, Modern Jazz. Marrach Lay Here in the Dusk Swing with a Black Dog Jazz, Trip-Hop, Modern Jazz. Marrach Come a Dawn Swing with a Black Dog Jazz, Trip-Hop, Modern Jazz.
|A1||–Peggy Lee||Why Don't You Do Right||2:27|
|A2||–Peggy Lee||My Man||2:16|
|A3||–Jack Teagarden||Beal Street Blues||2:28|
|A4||–Jack Teagarden||Peg O' My Heart||2:29|
|A5||–Nat King Cole||Sweet Lorraine||4:31|
|A6||–Nat King Cole||It's Only A Paper Moon||3:04|
|A7||–The Four Freshmen||Over The Rainbow||2:18|
|A8||–The Four Freshmen||Mood Indigo||2:40|
|B1||–June Christy||It Don't Mean A Thing||1:50|
|B2||–June Christy||Blue Moon||3:08|
|B3||–Chris Connor||Jeepers Creepers||2:17|
|B4||–Chris Connor||I Get A Kick Out of You||2:41|
|B5||–Kay Starr||Goin' To Chicago Blues||3:39|
|B7||–Nancy Wilson||What A Little Moonlight Can Do||2:25|
|B8||–Nancy Wilson||You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To||2:34|
|C1||–Anita O'Day||Sweet Georgia Brown||4:10|
|C3||–Anita O'Day||Stompin' At The Savoy||3:16|
|C4||–Louis Armstrong||Makin' Whoopee||3:51|
|C5||–Louis Armstrong||I Get A Kick Out Of You||4:12|
|C6||–Louis Armstrong||Let's Do It (Let's Fall In Love)||8:31|
|C7||–Blossom Dearie||Just One of Those Things||1:59|
|C8||–Blossom Dearie||Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea||2:26|
|D1||–Billie Holiday||Billie's Blues||3:34|
|D2||–Billie Holiday||He's Funny That Way||2:49|
|D3||–Billie Holiday||Strange Fruit||2:36|
|D4||–Mel Tormé||Too Close For Comfort||3:59|
|D5||–Mel Tormé||On The Street Where You Live||2:51|
|D6||–Mel Tormé||Just In Time||3:23|
|D7||–Joe Williams||Come Rain or Come Shin||3:54|
|D8||–Joe Williams||Our Love is Here To Stay||3:34|
- Manufactured By – Toshiba EMI Ltd
- Manufactured By – Polydor K.K.
- Published By – Chikuma Shobo
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: JASRAC
- Matrix / Runout: Side A : ST1-23264 1S
- Matrix / Runout: Side B : ST2-23264 1S
- Matrix / Runout: Side C :TMJ-1013A
- Matrix / Runout: Side D :TMJ-1013B