Martedí 24 novembre 2020
Storia del Jazz 1
01 "The Scorcher March"
John Philip Sousa Orchestra - 1890
02 "Original Rags"
Scott Joplin piano roll - 1899
03 "Maple Leaf Rag"
Scott Joplin piano roll - 1899
04 "St. Louis Rag"
Tom Turpin piano roll - 1903
05 "Dixie Land Minstrel"
American Quartet - 1902
01 "Without A Song"
Sonny Rollins (ts) Jim Hall (g) Bob Cranshaw (b) Ben Riley (d), NY, 1961
02 "What's New"
Donald Byrd tp, Clifford Jordan ts, Tommy Flanagan p, Paul Chambers cb, Elvin Jones dr, NY, 1957
03 "Bemsha Swing"
Thelonious Monk(p) Gerry Mapp (b) Max Roach (d), NY 1952
04 "Just One Of Those Things"
Charlie Parker (as) Walter Bishop Jr. (p) Jerome Darr (g) Teddy Kotick(b) Roy Haynes (d). Fine Sound Studios, NY, March 31, 1954
Charlie Parker (as) Al Haig (p) Percy Heath (b) Max Roach (d). Fulton Recording Studios, NY, July 28, 1953
06 "Moose the Mooche"
Miles Davis (tp) Charlie Parker (as) Lucky Thompson (ts) Dodo Marmarosa (p) Arvin Garrison (g) Vic McMillan (b) Roy Porter (d). Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA, March 28, 1946
07 "Cool Eyes"
Donald Byrd tp, Hank Mobley ts, Horace Silver p, Doug Watkins cb, Louis Hayes dr. Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, November 10, 1956
08 "To Whom It May Concern"
Kenny Dorham, trumpet; Hank Mobley, tenor sax; Horace Silver, piano; Doug Watkins, bass; Art Blakey, drums. Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, February 6, 1955
01 "Swing to Bop"
Charlie Christian g, Joe Guy tp, Thelonious Monk p, Nick Fenton b, Kenny Clarke. NY, Minton's Playhouse May 12 1941
02 "Woody'n You"
Vic Coulsen, Dizzy Gillespie, Eddie Vanderveer (tp) Leonard Lowry, Leo Parker (as) Ray Abrams, Don Byas, Coleman Hawkins (ts) Budd Johnson (bars) Clyde Hart (p) Oscar Pettiford (b) Max Roach (d). NY, February 16, 1944
03 "Flyin' Hawk"
Coleman Hawkins (ts) Thelonious Monk(p) Edward "Bass" Robinson (b) Denzil Best (d). NY, October 19, 1944
04 "Blowing The Blues Away"
Gail Brockman, Dizzy Gillespie, Marion Hazel, Shorty McConnell, trumpet Joe Taswell Baird, Chippy Outcalt, Howard Scott, trombone; Gerald "Gerry" Valentine, trombone, Bill Frazier, John Jackson, alto sax; Gene Ammons, Dexter Gordon, tenor sax; Leo Parker, baritone sax John Malachi, piano Connie Wainwright, guitar Tommy Potter, bass Art Blakey, drums Sarah Vaughan, vocals Billy Eckstine, vocals, valve trombone, conductor Tadd Dameron, arranger. NY, December 5, 1944
05 "Something For You"
Oscar Pettiford and his Orchestra (King of the Bass): Dizzy Gillespie tp, Trummy Young, Benny Morton tb, Johnny Bothwell as, Don Byas ts, Clyde Hart p, Oscar Pettiford b, Shelly Manne d, NY Jan 9 1945
06 "Introduction by Norman Granz"
07 "JATP Blues"
Buck Clayton (tp) Charlie Parker (as) Willie Smith (as) Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young (ts) Kenny Kersey (p) Irving Ashby (g) Billy Hadnott (b) Buddy Rich (d). "Embassy Auditorium", Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 1946
01 "The Stampede"
Fletcher Henderson Orchestra: Fletcher Henderson p, Rex Stewart ct, Russell Smith, Joe Smith tp, Benny Morton tb, Buster Bailey, Don Redman cl, as, Coleman Hawkins cl, ts, Charlie Dixon bj, Ralph Escudero tuba, Kaiser Marshall d, arranger Don Redman. NY May 14 1926