Martedí 17 marzo 2020


 Storia del Jazz 1

 

01 "My Heart"

Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five: Louis Armstrong cornet, Kid Ory trombone, Johnny Dodds clarinet, Lil Hardin Armstrong piano, Johnny St. Cyr banjo. Okeh, November 12, 1925, Chicago, Illinois

02 "Heebie Jeebies"

Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five: Louis Armstrong cornet, voice, Kid Ory trombone, Johnny Dodds clarinet, Lil Hardin Armstrong piano, Johnny St. Cyr banjo. Okeh, February 26, 1926, Chicago, Illinois

03 "Cornet Chop Suey"



Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five: Louis Armstrong cornet, Kid Ory trombone, Johnny Dodds clarinet, Lil Hardin Armstrong piano, Johnny St. Cyr banjo. Okeh, February 26, 1926, Chicago, Illinois

04 "Muskrat Ramble"

Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five: Louis Armstrong cornet, Kid Ory trombone, Johnny Dodds clarinet, Lil Hardin Armstrong piano, Johnny St. Cyr banjo. Okeh, February 26, 1926, Chicago, Illinois

05 "Struttin' With Some Barbecue"

Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five: Louis Armstrong cornet, Kid Ory trombone, Johnny Dodds clarinet, Lil Hardin Armstrong piano, Johnny St. Cyr banjo. Okeh, December 9, 1927, Chicago, Illinois

06 "West End Blues"

Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five: Louis Armstrong tp vocal, Fred Robinson tb, Jimmy Strong cl, Earl Hines p, Mancy Carr bj, Zutty Singleton d. OKEH, June 28, 1928, Chicago, IL

07 "Susie"

Dick Voynow (p), Bix Beiderbecke (ct), Jimmy Hartwell (cl/as), George Johnson (ts), Bob Gillette (bj), Min Leibrook (bb), Vic Moore (d) 6 May 1924

08 "Tiger Rag"

Dick Voynow (p), Bix Beiderbecke (ct), Al Gande (tb), Jimmy Hartwell (cl/as), George Johnson (ts), Bob Gillette (bj), Min Leibrook (bb), Vic Moore (d) 20 Jun 1924

09 "Fidgety Feet"

Dick Voynow (p), Bix Beiderbecke (ct), Al Gande (tb), Jimmy Hartwell (cl/as), George Johnson (ts), Bob Gillette (bj), Min Leibrook (bb), Vic Moore (d). 2 Feb 1924

10 "In a Mist"

Bix Beiderbecke piano - September 9, 1927, New York City

11 "Clarinet Marmalade"

Frankie Trumbauer and his Orchestra, feat. Bix Beiderbecke -1927

12 "Chicago High Life"

Earl Hines piano -1928

 

 Analisi 1 triennio

 

01 "Chimes Blues"

King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band, Joe "King" Oliver, Louis Armstrong tp, Honore Dutrey tb, Johnny Dodds cl, Lil Hardin piano, arranger, Bud Scott bj, Baby Dodds d. April 5, 1923, Richmond, Indiana



02 "Jelly Roll Blues"

Jelly Roll Morton piano solo. Richmond, IN, Jun 9 1924



03 "Royal Garden Blues"

Bix Beiderbecke Wolverines: Bix Beiderbecke ct, Jimmy Hartwell cl, George Johnson ts, Dick Voynow p, Bob Gillette bj, Min Leibrook tuba, Vic Berton d. Jun 2 1924



04 "King Porter Stomp"

Jelly Roll Morton piano solo. Richmond, IN, Jul 17 1923



05 "King Porter Stomp"

Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra: Fletcher Henderson p Russell Smith, Joe Smith, Bobby Stark tp, Benny Morton Jimmy Harrison tb, Buster Bailey cl, as, Jerome Pasquall ss, as, Coleman Hawkins ts, Charlie Dixon bj, June Cole tuba, Kaiser Marshall d, arranger Fletcher Henderson NY Mar 14 1928



06 "New King Porter Stomp"

Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra: Fletcher Henderson p Russell Smith, Rex Stewart, Bobby Stark tp, J.C. Higginbotham tb, Russell Procope cl, as, Coleman Hawkins ts, Freddy White g, John Kirby b, tuba, Walter Johnson d, arranger Fletcher Henderson NY Dec 9 1932



07 "King Porter Stomp"

Benny Goodman and his Orchestra: Bunny Berigan Ralph Muzillo Nate Kazebier tp Red Ballard Jack Lacey tb Benny Goodman cl Toots Mondello, Hymie Schertzer as, Arthur Rollini Dick Clark ts Frank Froeba p, George Van Eps g, Harry Goodman b, Gene Krupa d Arranger Fletcher Henderson NY Jul 1 1935



08 "King Porter Stomp"

trumpet: Johnny Coles, Louis Mucci, Ernie Royal trombone: Joe Bennet, Frank Rehak, Tom Mitchell french horn: Julius Watkins tuba: Harvey Philips alto saxophone: Cannonball Adderley reeds: Jerry Sanfino piano: Gil Evans guitar: Chuck Wayne bass: Paul Chambers drums: Art Blakey Arranged and conducted by Gil Evans Produced by George Avakian Recorded in New York City on April 9, 1958



 

 Storia 2 triennio

 

01 "I've Got A Date With Rhythm"

Billy Eckstine Orchestra: trumpet Shorty McConnell, Gail Brockman, Boonie Hazel, Fats Navarro trombone Howard Scott, Gerald Valentine, Taswell Baird, Chippy Outcalt alto saxophone: Budd Johnson, Sonny Stitt tenor saxophone: Dexter Gordon, Gene Ammons baritone saxophone: Leo Parker guitar: Connie Wainwright piano: John Malachi bass: Tommy Potter drums: Art Blakey voice Billy Eckstine released 1945



02 "I Love The Rhythm In A Riff"

Billy Eckstine Orchestra: trumpet: Shorty McConnell, Gail Brockman, Boonie Hazel, Fats Navarro trombone Howard Scott, Gerald Valentine, Taswell Baird, Chippy Outcalt alto saxophone: Budd Johnson, Sonny Stitt tenor saxophone: Dexter Gordon, Gene Ammons baritone saxophone: Leo Parker guitar: Connie Wainwright piano: John Malachi bass: Tommy Potter drums: Art Blakey voice Billy Eckstine released 1945



03 "Groovin' High"

Dizzy Gillespie Sextet: Dizzy Gillespie tp, Dexter Gordon ts, Frank Paparelli p, Chuck Wayne g, Murray Shipinski b, Irv Kluger d. NY Feb 9 1945



04 "Diggin' For Diz - Gordon"

Dizzy Gillespie Jazzmen/Tempo Jazz Men feat Gabriel on trumpet: Dizzy Gillespie (as Gabriel) tp, Lucky Thompson ts, Milt Jackson vib, Al Haig p, Ray Brown b, Stan Levey d, The Three Angels vcl, LA Feb 7 1946



05 "Dynamo A - Thompson"

Dizzy Gillespie Jazzmen/Tempo Jazz Men feat Gabriel on trumpet: Dizzy Gillespie (as Gabriel) tp, Lucky Thompson ts, Milt Jackson vib, Al Haig p, Ray Brown b, Stan Levey d, The Three Angels vcl, LA Feb 7 1946



06 "52nd Street Theme - Byas"

Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra: Dizzy Gillespie tp, Don Byas ts, Milt Jackson vb, Al Haig p, Bill De Arango g, Ray Brown b, J.C. Heard d, NY Feb 22 1946



07 "Night In Tunisia - Byas"

Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra: Dizzy Gillespie tp, Don Byas ts, Milt Jackson vb, Al Haig p, Bill De Arango g, Ray Brown b, J.C. Heard d, NY Feb 22 1946



08 "Two Bass Hit"

Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra: Dizzy Gillespie (tp) Dave Burns, Elmon Wright, Matthew McKay, Ray Orr (tp) Taswell Baird, Bill Shepherd (tb) John Brown, Howard Johnson (as) James Moody, Joe Gayles (ts) Cecil Payne (bar) Milt Jackson (vib) John Lewis (p, arr) John Collins (g) Ray Brown (b) Joe Harris (d) New York, August 22, 1947



09 "Woody'n You"

Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra: Dizzy Gillespie (tp) Dave Burns, Elmon Wright, Matthew McKay, Ray Orr (tp) Taswell Baird, Bill Shepherd (tb) John Brown, Howard Johnson (as) James Moody, Joe Gayles (ts) Cecil Payne (bar) Milt Jackson (vib) John Lewis (p, arr) John Collins (g) Ray Brown (b) Joe Harris (d) New York, August 22, 1947



10 "Lover Come Back to Me"

Dizzy Gillespie and his Orchestra: Dizzy Gillespie (tp, arr) Dave Burns, Elmon Wright, Benny Bailey, Lamar Wright Jr. (tp) Bill Shepherd, Ted Kelly (tb) Howard Johnson, John Brown (as) Joe Gayles, George “Big Nick” Nicholas (ts) Cecil Payne (bar) John Lewis (p) Al McKibbon (b) Kenny Clarke (d) Chano Pozo (bgo, cga) New York, December 22, 1947



11 "Goin' To Mintons"

Fats Navarro tp, Leo Parker bar, Tadd Dameron p, Gene Ramey b, Denzil Best d. NY Jan 29 1947



12 "Move"

Fats Navarro tp, Don Lanphere ts, Liston Garner p, Al Casey g, Jimmy Johnson b, Max Roach d. NY Nov 29 1948



13 "Salt Peanuts"

Charlie Parker as, Dizzy Gillespie tp, Bud Powell p, Charle Mingus b, Max Roach d. 15 May 1953, Massey Hall, Toronto



 

 Analisi 2 triennio

 

01 "Dead Man Blues"

Jelly Roll Morton and his Red Hot Pepper: George Mitchell cornet, Kid Ory trombone, Omer Simeon clarinet, Johnny St. Cyr banjo, John Lindsay bass, Baby Dodds drums. 1926



02 "King Porter Stomp"

Jelly Roll Morton piano solo. Richmond, IN, Jul 17 1923



03 "King Porter Stomp"

Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra: Fletcher Henderson p Russell Smith, Joe Smith, Bobby Stark tp, Benny Morton Jimmy Harrison tb, Buster Bailey cl, as, Jerome Pasquall ss, as, Coleman Hawkins ts, Charlie Dixon bj, June Cole tuba, Kaiser Marshall d, arranger Fletcher Henderson NY Mar 14 1928



04 "New King Porter Stomp"

Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra: Fletcher Henderson p Russell Smith, Rex Stewart, Bobby Stark tp, J.C. Higginbotham tb, Russell Procope cl, as, Coleman Hawkins ts, Freddy White g, John Kirby b, tuba, Walter Johnson d, arranger Fletcher Henderson NY Dec 9 1932



05 "King Porter Stomp"

Benny Goodman and his Orchestra: Bunny Berigan Ralph Muzillo Nate Kazebier tp Red Ballard Jack Lacey tb Benny Goodman Toots Mondello, Hymie Schertzer as, Arthur Rollini Dick Clark ts Frank Froeba p, George Van Eps g, Harry Goodman b, Gene Krupa d Arranger Fletcher Henderson NY Jul 1 1935



06 "King Porter Stomp"

trumpet: Johnny Coles, Louis Mucci, Ernie Royal trombone: Joe Bennet, Frank Rehak, Tom Mitchell french horn: Julius Watkins tuba: Harvey Philips alto saxophone: Cannonball Adderley reeds: Jerry Sanfino piano: Gil Evans guitar: Chuck Wayne bass: Paul Chambers drums: Art Blakey Arranged and conducted by Gil Evans Produced by George Avakian Recorded in New York City on April 9, 1958



07 "The Whiteman Stomp - Hawkins"

Fletcher Henderson Orchestra: Russell Smith, Joe Smith, Tommy Ladnier (tp) Jimmy Harrison, Benny Morton (tb) Buster Bailey (cl) Don Redman (cl,as,arr) Coleman Hawkins (ts) Fletcher Henderson (p) Charlie Dixon (bj) June Cole (tu) Kaiser Marshall (d). New York, May 11, 1927



08 "The Jones Low Blues"

Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra: Bennie Moten p, dir, Ed Lewis Booker Washington ct, Thamon Hayes tb, Harlan Leonard cl, ss, as, Jack Washington cl, as, bar sax, Woody Walder cl, ts, Ira "Buster" Moten accordeon, 2nd piano, Leroy Berry bj, Vernon Page b, Willie Mac Washington d. Chicago Jul 17 1929



09 "Variety Stomp"

Fletcher Henderson Orchestra: Russell Smith, Joe Smith, Tommy Ladnier tp, Benny Morton, Jimmy Harrison tb, Buster Bailey cl, as, Don Redman cl, as, Coleman Hawkins cl, ts, bar, Fletcher Henderson p, Charlie Dixon bj, June Cole tuba, Kaiser Marshall d, Evelyn Preer Thompson vcl arranger Don Redman NY Jan 21 1927



10 "Down South Camp Meetin'"

Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra: Fletcher Henderson p Russell Smith, Henry Allen, Irving Randolph tp, Keg Williams, Claude Jones tb, Buster Bailey, Russell Procope cl, as, Hilton Jefferson cl, as, Ben Webster ts, Lawrence Lucie g, Elmer James b, Walter Johnson d, arranger Fletcher Henderson NY Sep 12 1934



11 "Down South Camp Meetin'"

Benny Goodman Orchestra: Mannie Klein, Pee Wee Erwin, Gordon "Chris" Griffin (tp) Red Ballard, Murray McEachern (tb) Benny Goodman (cl) Hymie Schertzer, Bill DePew (as) Arthur Rollini, Dick Clark (ts) Allen Reuss (g) Harry Goodman (b) Gene Krupa (d) arranger Jimmy Mundy Hollywood, August 13, 1936



12 "Goin' Places"

Joe Venuti violin, Eddie Lang guitar. 1927



13 "Echoes Of The Jungle"

DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS COTTON CLUB ORCHESTRA: Arthur Whetsol, Cootie Williams, Freddie Jenkins (t); Joe Nanton, Juan Tizol (tb); Barney Bigard (cl,ts); Johnny Hodges (cl,ss,as); Harry Carney (cl,as,bar); Duke Ellington (p); Fred Guy (bj); Wellman Braud (sb); Sonny Greer (d,ch). Camden, NJ, 16 Jun 1931 RCA-Victor recording session



 
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