Martedí 09 febbraio 2021

 Storia del Jazz 1

 

01 "Muscle Shoals Blues"

Thomas Fats Waller piano, NY, 1922



02 "Nobody In Town Can Bake A Sweet Jelly Roll Like Mine"

Bessie Smith voice, Clarence Williams piano, NY, 1923



03 "Kitchen Man"

Bessie Smith voice, Eddie Lang guitar, Andy Razaf piano. New York, 1929



04 "Chain Gang Blues"

"Ma" Rainey voice, Joe Smith cornet, Charlie Green trombone, Buster Bailey clarinet, Coleman Hawkins bass sax, Fletcher Henderson piano, New York, December, 1925



05 "Organ Grinder Blues"

Ethel Waters voice, Clarence Williams piano, NY, 1928



06 "Hot Dog Man"

Butterbeans and Susie, NY, 1927



07 "Anything Goes"

Paul Whiteman Orchestra. New York, 1920



 

 Analisi 1

 

01 "Cross Road Blues"

Robert Johnson voice/guitar - 1936



02 "Ramblin' On My Mind"

Robert Johnson voice/guitar - 1936



03 "Black Snake Moan"

Blind Lemon Jefferson - 1927



04 "Mississippi Bo Weavil Blues"

Charley Patton - 1929



05 "Preachin' Blues - Up Jumped the Devil"

Robert Johnson - 1937



06 "Me And My Gin"

Bessie Smith voice, Joe Williams tbn, Porter Grainger piano, NY August 25, 1928



07 "Empty Bed Blues"

Bessie Smith voice, Joe Williams tbn, Porter Grainger piano, NY March 20, 1928



08 "Dipper Mouth 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 6, 1923, Richmond, IN



09 "Blues in C# Minor"

Teddy Wilson and his Orchestra: Roy Eldridge (tp) Buster Bailey (cl) Chu Berry (ts) Teddy Wilson (p) Bob Lessey (g) Israel Crosby (b) Sidney Catlett (d). Chicago, May 14, 1936



10 "Ko-Ko"

Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra: Wallace Jones, Cootie Williams, Rex Stewart (t); Lawrence Brown, Joe Nanton, Juan Tizol (tb); Barney Bigard (cl, ts); Johnny Hodges (ss, as); Otto Hardwick (cl, as); Ben Webster (ts); Harry Carney (cl, as, bar); Duke Ellington (p); Fred Guy (g); Jimmy Blanton (sb); Sonny Greer (d); Herb Jeffries, Ivie Anderson (v). Chicago, 06 Mar 1940



11 "Now's the Time"

Charlie Parker's Reboppers: Miles Davis tp, Charlie Parker as, Dizzy Gillespie p, Curley Russell b, Max Roach d. NY Nov 26 1945



12 "Blue 'n Boogie"

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



13 "Blue Train"

John Coltrane ts, Lee Morgan tp, Curtis Fuller tb, Kenny Drew p, Paul Chambers b, Philly Joe Jones d. NY, September 15, 1957



14 "La Nevada"

Gil Evans Orchestra: Gil Evans – piano, arrangement Johnny Coles – trumpet Phil Sunkel – trumpet Keg Johnson – trombone Jimmy Knepper – trombone Tony Studd – bass trombone Bill Barber – tuba Ray Beckenstein – alto saxophone, flute, piccolo Eddie Caine – alto saxophone, flute, piccolo Budd Johnson – tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone Bob Tricarico – flute, piccolo, bassoon Ray Crawford – guitar Ron Carter – bass Elvin Jones – drums Charli Persip – drums. NY, December 10, 1960

 

 Storia del Jazz 2

 

01 "Godchild"

Miles Davis, Lee Konitz, Gerry Mulligan, Junior Collins, french horn, Kai Winding tb, Bill Barber tuba, Al Haig p, Joe Shulman b, Max Roach d, arranger Gerry Mulligan. WOR Studios, 21 January 1949, NY



02 "Moon Dreams"

Miles Davis, Lee Konitz, Gerry Mulligan, J.J. Johnson tb, Gunther Schuller french horn, Bill Barber tuba, John Lewis p, Al McKibbon cb, Max Roach d, arranger Gil Evans. WOR Studios, 9 March 1950, NY



03 "Symphony Sid Announces The Band"

Sid "Simphony" Torin, radio broadcast, live from the Royal Roost jazz club, September 4, 1948, NY



04 "Move"

Miles Davis trumpet, Mike Zwerin trombone, Junior Collins french horn, Bill Barber tuba, Lee Konitz alto saxophone, Gerry Mulligan baritone saxophone, John Lewis piano, Al McKibbon bass, Max Roach drums, arranger John Lewis. September 4, 1948 live at Royal Roost, NY



05 "Godchild"

Claude Thornhill Orchestra piano: Claude Thornhill trumpet: Emil Terry, Louis Mucci, Eddie Zandy trombone: Johnny Torick, Allan Langstaff french horn: Walter Weschler, Sandford ’Sandy’ Siegelstein tuba: Bill Barber clarinet, alto Saxophone: Danny Polo, Lee Konitz alarinet, tenor Saxophone: Myron ’Mickey’ Folus, Jerry Sanfino baritone and tenor Saxophone: Gerry Mulligan guitar: Barry Galbraith bass: Russ ’Savakus’ Saunders drums: Billy Exiner arr: Gerry Mulligan NY, 1948



06 "Polka Dots And Moonbeams"

Claude Thornhill Orchestra Eddie Zandy, Emil Terry, Louis Mucci, Clarence Willard (tp) Vahey "Tak" Takvorian, Allan Langstaff (tb) Walt Welscher, Sandy Siegelstein (fh) Bill Barber (tu) Danny Polo, Lee Konitz (cl, as) Mario Rollo (cl, ts), Bill Bushey (cl, bcl, bs), Mickey Folus (bcl, bs) Barry Galbraith (g) Claude Thornhill (p) Joe Shulman (b) Bill Exiner (dm) Gil Evans (arr) NY , November 6, 1947



07 "Walking Shoes"

Chet Baker, trumpet; Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax; Bob Whitlock, bass; Chico Hamilton, drums. Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, CA, October 15, 1952



08 "Love Me or Leave Me"

Chet Baker, trumpet; Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax; Bob Whitlock, bass; Chico Hamilton, drums. Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, CA, October 15, 1952

 

 Analisi 2

 

01 "Goin' Places"

Joe Venuti violin, Eddie Lang guitar, Chicago, 1927

 
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