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 Storia del Jazz 1

 

01 "Shoe Shine Boy"

Jones-Smith Incorporated - (pre Decca): Carl Smith tpt, Lester Young ten, Count Basie piano, Walter Page bass, Jo Jones drums. Chicago, October 9, 1936



02 "Oh! Lady Be Good"

Jones-Smith Incorporated - (pre Decca): Carl Smith tpt, Lester Young ten, Count Basie piano, Walter Page bass, Jo Jones drums. Chicago, October 9, 1936



03 "Boogie Woogie (w Jimmy Rushing)"

Jones-Smith Incorporated - (pre Decca): Carl Smith tpt, Lester Young ten, Count Basie piano, Walter Page bass, Jo Jones drums, Jimmy Rushing voice. Chicago, October 9, 1936



04 "Six Or Seven Times"

The Little Chocolate Dandies: Rex Stewart, Leonard Davis tp, J.C. Higginbotham tb, Don Redman, Benny Carter as, Coleman Hawkins ts, Fats Waller p, unknown bj, Cyrus St. Clair tuba, George Stafford d. NY Sep 18 1929



05 "One O'Clock Jump"

Count Basie and his orchestra: Count Basie piano, Buck Clayton, Ed Lewis, Bobby Moore tpt, George Hunt, Dan Minor tbn, Earl Warren as, Lester Young, Herschel Evans ten, cl, Jack Washington as, bar, Freddie Green guitar, Walter Page bass, Jo Jones drums, arranger Eddie Durham, Buster Smith. New York, July 7, 1937



06 "Georgiana (w Jimmy Rushing)"

Count Basie and his orchestra: Count Basie piano, Buck Clayton, Ed Lewis, Karl George tpt, Eddie Durham, Benny Morton, Dan Minor tbn, Earl Warren as, Lester Young, Herschel Evans ten, cl, Jack Washington as, bar, Freddie Green guitar, Walter Page bass, Jo Jones drums, Jimmy Rushing voice, arranger Eddie Durham. New York, January 3, 1938



07 "Somebody Loves Me"

Teddy Wilson piano solo. NY May 22 1934



08 "Liza"

Teddy Wilson piano solo. NY May 22 1934



09 "Twenty-Four Hours A Day"

Teddy Wilson and his orchestra: Roy Eldridge tp, Benny Morton tb, Chu Berry ts, Teddy Wilson p, Dave Barbour g, John Kirby b, Cozy Cole d, Billie Holiday vocal. NY Oct 25 1935



10 "You Can Depend On Me"

Dick Vance tp, vcl, Joe Thomas, Roy Eldridge tp, Fernando Arbello, Ed Cufee tb, Buster Bailey cl, as, Jerome Pasquall cl, as, Elmer Williams, Chu Berry cl, ts, bar, Horace Henderson p, Bob Lessey g, Israel Crosby b, Sidney Catlett d, arranger Fletcher Henderson. Chicago Aug 4 1936



11 "Forty-Six West Fifty-Two"

Roy Eldridge and his "Little Jazz" Ensemble: Roy Eldridge tp, Chu Berry ts, Clyde Hart p, Danny Barker g, Artie Shapiro b, Sid Catlett d. NY, Nov 11 1938



12 "What A Night, What A Moon, What A Girl"

Teddy Wilson and his orchestra: Roy Eldridge tp, Cecil Scott cl, Hilton Jefferson as, Ben Webster ts, Teddy Wilson p, Lawrence Lucie g, John Kirby b, Cozy Cole d, Billie Holiday vocals. NY Jul 31 1935



13 "I'm Painting The Town Red"

Teddy Wilson and his orchestra: Roy Eldridge tp, Cecil Scott cl, Hilton Jefferson as, Ben Webster ts, Teddy Wilson p, Lawrence Lucie g, John Kirby b, Cozy Cole d, Billie Holiday vocals. NY Jul 31 1935



14 "It's Too Hot For Words"

Teddy Wilson and his orchestra: Roy Eldridge tp, Cecil Scott cl, Hilton Jefferson as, Ben Webster ts, Teddy Wilson p, Lawrence Lucie g, John Kirby b, Cozy Cole d, Billie Holiday vocals. NY Jul 31 1935



15 "Sweet Lorraine"

Teddy Wilson and his orchestra: Roy Eldridge tp, Cecil Scott cl, Hilton Jefferson as, Ben Webster ts, Teddy Wilson p, Lawrence Lucie g, John Kirby b, Cozy Cole d, Billie Holiday vocals. NY Jul 31 1935



 

 Analisi 1 triennio

 

16 "Awful Sad"

Duke Ellington Orchestra: Arthur Whetsol, Bubber Miley (t); Joe Nanton (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). NYC, 02 Oct, 1928



17 "The Mystery Song"

Duke Ellington 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). NYC, 17 Jun, 1931



"20 On A Turquoise Cloud"

Duke Ellington Orchestra: Ray Nance (vln) Lawrence Brown, Tyree Glenn (tb) Jimmy Hamilton (cl) Johnny Hodges (as) Al Sears (ts) Harry Carney (b-cl) Duke Ellington (p) Oscar Pettiford, Junior Raglin (b) Sonny Greer (d) Kay Davis (vcl). New York, December 22, 1947



 

 Storia 2 triennio

 

01 "Invisible"



Ornette Coleman alto, Don Cherry cornet, Walter Norris piano, Don Payne bass, Billy Higgins drums. LA, February 10, 1958

02 "When Will the Blues Leave"



Ornette Coleman alto, Don Cherry cornet, Walter Norris piano, Don Payne bass, Billy Higgins drums. LA, February 10, 1958

03 "Giggin'"



Don Cherry cornet, Ornette Coleman alto, Percy Heath bass, Shelly Manne drums. LA March 9, 1959.

04 "Lonely Woman"



Don Cherry cornet, Ornette Coleman alto, Charlie Haden bass, Billy Higgins drums. Los Angeles, CA, May 22, 1959.

05 "Una Muy Bonita"



Don Cherry cornet, Ornette Coleman alto, Charlie Haden bass, Billy Higgins drums. NYC, October 8, 1959

06 "Free Jazz"



Don Cherry (pocket tp) Freddie Hubbard (tp) Eric Dolphy (bcl) Ornette Coleman (as) Charlie Haden, Scott LaFaro (b) Ed Blackwell, Billy Higgins (d) NYC, December 21, 1960

07 "Beauty Is A Rare Thing"



Don Cherry cornet, Ornette Coleman alto, Charlie Haden bass, Ed Blackwell drums. NYC, January 31, 1961.

08 "Humpty Dumpty"



Don Cherry cornet, Ornette Coleman alto, Charlie Haden bass, Ed Blackwell drums. NYC, January 31, 1961.

09 "Dough Nuts"



Ornette Coleman alto, David Izenzon bass, Charles Moffett drums. Recorded live at Fairfield Hall , Croydon, England, August 29, 1965.

10 "Round Trip"



Ornette Coleman alto, Dewey Redman tenor, Jimmy Garrison bass, Elvin Jones drums. NYC, May 7 1968.

11 "Medley from Skies of America: mov. 2 - "Native Americans" | mov. 4 - "The Good Life" | mov. 14 - "Foreigner in a Free Land" | mov. 16 - "Poetry" | mov. 18 - "Love Life".



Ornette Coleman alto, London Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Measham. Abbey Road Studios, London, April 17/20, 1972.

12 "Theme From A Symphony (Variation One)"



Ornette Coleman alto, Bern Nix 1st lead guitar, Charlie Ellerbee 2nd lead guitar, Rudy McDaniel/Jamalaadeen Tacuma el bass, Shannon Jackson drums. NYC, January 1973.

 

 Analisi 2 triennio

 

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



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



 

 Tecnica Improvvisazione biennio

 

1

 
 

1 "Speak Low"

McCoy Tyner, piano; Art Davis, bass; Elvin Jones, drums. NYC, January 10, 1962




2 "Speak Low" - 50%

McCoy Tyner, piano; Art Davis, bass; Elvin Jones, drums. NYC, January 10, 1962




 
 

2

 
 

1 "This Could Be The Start of Something"

Grant Green - guitar, Larry Young - organ, Elvin Jones - drums. NY, March 31, 1965




2 "This Could Be The Start of Something" - solo

Grant Green - guitar, Larry Young - organ, Elvin Jones - drums. NY, March 31, 1965




3 "This Could Be The Start of Something" - solo 70 %

Grant Green - guitar, Larry Young - organ, Elvin Jones - drums. NY, March 31, 1965




 
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