Martedí 12 gennaio 2021

 Storia del Jazz 1

 

01 "Copenhagen"

Fletcher Henderson p, arr, Louis Armstrong, Elmer Chambers, Howard Scott tp, Charlie Green tb, Don Redman cl, as, arr, Coleman Hawkins cl, ts, Buster Bailey cl, as, Charlie Dixon bj, Ralph Escudero tuba, Kaiser Marshall d. NY Oct 13 1924



02 "Shanghai Shuffle"

Fletcher Henderson p, arr, Louis Armstrong, Elmer Chambers, Howard Scott tp, Charlie Green tb, Don Redman cl, as, arr, Coleman Hawkins cl, ts, Buster Bailey cl, as, Charlie Dixon bj, Ralph Escudero tuba, Kaiser Marshall d. NY Nov 7 1924



03 "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. November 12, 1925, Chicago



04 "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. February 26, 1926, Chicago



05 "Fireworks"

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. June 27, 1928, Chicago



06 "Beau Koo Jack"

Louis Armstrong and His Savoy Ballroom Five Louis Armstrong tp vocal, Fred Robinson tb, Jimmy Strong ts cl, Don Redman as cl, Earl Hines p, Dave Wilborn bj, Zutty Singleton d. December 5, 1928, Chicago



07 "Weather Bird"

Louis Armstrong tp, Earl Hines p. December 5, 1928, Chicago

Armstrong's first recording released under just his name



08 "Mahogany Hall Stomp"

Louis Armstrong and his Ballroom Five: Louis Armstrong tpt, J.C. Higginbotham tbn, Albert Nicholas, Charlie Holmes alto, Teddy Hill tenor, Eddie Condon bnj, Luis Russell piano, Lonnie Johnson guitar, Pops Foster bass, Paul Barbarin d. NY, March 5 1929

 

 Analisi 1

 

01 "Grandpa's Spells"

Jelly Roll Morton piano solo. Richmond, IN, Jul 18 1923



02 "Wolverine Blues"

Johnny Dodds (cl) Jelly Roll Morton (p) Baby Dodds (d) Chicago, June 10, 1927



03 "The Pearls"

Jelly Roll Morton and his Red Hot Peppers: George Mitchell (cnt) Gerald Reeves (tb) Johnny Dodds (cl) Stump Evans (as) Jelly Roll Morton (p) Bud Scott (g) Quinn Wilson (tu) Baby Dodds (d). Chicago, June 10, 1927

 

 Storia del Jazz 2

 

01 "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



02 "Diggin' For Diz"

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



03 "52nd Street Theme"

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



04 "Cubana Be"

Dizzy Gillespie And His Orchestra: Benny Bailey, Dave Burns, Elmon Wright, Lamar Wright, trumpet Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Ted Kelly, William Shepherd, trombone; John Brown, Howard Johnson, alto sax; Joe Gayles, Big Nick Nicholas, tenor sax; Cecil Payne, baritone sax; John Lewis, piano; Al McKibbon, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums; Chano Pozo, congas, bongos. Arranger: George Russell, NY, December 22, 1947



05 "Cubana Bop"

Dizzy Gillespie And His Orchestra: Benny Bailey, Dave Burns, Elmon Wright, Lamar Wright, trumpet Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Ted Kelly, William Shepherd, trombone; John Brown, Howard Johnson, alto sax; Joe Gayles, Big Nick Nicholas, tenor sax; Cecil Payne, baritone sax; John Lewis, piano; Al McKibbon, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums; Chano Pozo, congas, bongos. Arranger: George Russell, NY, December 22, 1947



06 "Manteca"

Dizzy Gillespie And His Orchestra: Benny Bailey, Dave Burns, Elmon Wright, Lamar Wrigh; Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Ted Kelly, William Shepherd, trombone; John Brown, Howard Johnson, alto sax; Joe Gayles, Big Nick Nicholas, tenor sax; Cecil Payne, baritone sax; John Lewis, piano; Al McKibbon, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums; Chano Pozo, congas, bongos. Arranger: Gil Fuller, NY, December 30, 1947



07 "Hey Pete, Let's Eat Mo' Meat"

Dizzy Gillespie And His Orchestra: Willie Cook, Benny Harris, Elmon Wright, trumpet; Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet, vocals; Andy Duryea, Charles Greenlee, J.J. Johnson, trombone; John Brown, Ernie Henry, alto sax; Joe Gayles, Yusef Lateef, tenor sax; Al Gibson, baritone sax; James Forman, piano; Al McKibbon, bass; Teddy Stewart, drums; Vince Guerra, congas; Joe Carrol voice. Arranger: George Handy, NY, July 6, 1949



08 "Long Tall Dexter"

Dexter Gordon ts, Leonard Hawkins – trumpet, Bud Powell – piano, Curly Russell – bass, Max Roach – drums. January 29, 1946



09 "Dexter Rides Again"

Dexter Gordon ts, Leonard Hawkins – trumpet, Bud Powell – piano, Curly Russell – bass, Max Roach – drums. January 29, 1946



10 "Cherokee"

Don Byas ts, Humphrey "Teddy" Brannon p, Frank Skeete b, Fred Radcliffe d. NY May 17 1946



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

 

 Analisi 2

 

01 "The Whiteman Stomp

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



 
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