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 Storia del Jazz 1

 

01 "Black, Brown & Beige - 1st movement"

Duke Ellington and his Orchestra: Wallace Jones, Rex Stewart, Harold Baker (t); Ray Nance (t, vn, v); Lawrence Brown, Joe Nanton, Juan Tizol (tb); Chauncy Haughton (cl,ts); Johnny Hodges (as); Otto Hardwick (cl, as); Ben Webster( ts); Harry Carney (cl, as, bar); Duke Ellington (p); Fred Guy (g); Junior Raglin (sb); Sonny Greer (d, ch); Betty Roche(v). Live at Carnegie Hall, NYC, 23 January 1943



02 "On A Turquoise Cloud"

Duke Ellington and his 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



03 "Duke Introduces Tune(s) and Paul Gonsalves Interludes (Live)"

Duke Ellington and his Orchestra: John Willie Cook, Clark Terry, William "Cat" Anderson, Ray Nance - trumpet, Quentin Jackson, John Sanders, Britt Woodman trombone- Johnny Hodges - alto sax, Russell Procope - alto sax, clarinet, Jimmy Hamilton - tenor sax, clarinet, Paul Gonsalves - tenor sax, Harry Carney - baritone sax, Duke Ellington - piano, James Woode - bass, Sam Woodyard - drums. Newport Jazz Festival, July 7, 1956



04 "Diminuendo In Blue and Crescendo In Blue (Live)"

Duke Ellington and his Orchestra: John Willie Cook, Clark Terry, William "Cat" Anderson, Ray Nance - trumpet, Quentin Jackson, John Sanders, Britt Woodman - trombone, Johnny Hodges - alto sax, Russell Procope - alto sax, clarinet, Jimmy Hamilton - tenor sax, clarinet, Paul Gonsalves - tenor sax, Harry Carney - baritone sax, Duke Ellington - piano, James Woode - bass, Sam Woodyard - drums. Newport Jazz Festival, July 7, 1956



05 "Announcements, Pandemonium (Live)"

Duke Ellington and his Orchestra: John Willie Cook, Clark Terry, William "Cat" Anderson, Ray Nance - trumpet, Quentin Jackson, John Sanders, Britt Woodman trombone- Johnny Hodges - alto sax, Russell Procope - alto sax, clarinet, Jimmy Hamilton - tenor sax, clarinet, Paul Gonsalves - tenor sax, Harry Carney - baritone sax, Duke Ellington - piano, James Woode - bass, Sam Woodyard - drums. Newport Jazz Festival, July 7, 1956



06 "The Telecasters"

Duke Ellington and his Orchestra: Cat Anderson, Clark Terry, Ray Nance, Willie Cook - trumpet, Quentin Jackson, John Sanders, Britt Woodman - trombone, Johnny Hodges - alto saxophone, Russell Procope - clarinet, alto saxophone, Jimmy Hamilton - clarinet, tenor saxophone, Paul Gonsalves - tenor saxophone, Harry Carney - bass clarinet, baritone saxophone, Jimmy Woode - bass, Duke Ellington - piano, Sam Woodyard - drums, Billy Strayhorn - orchestration. NY, August 7, 1956



07 "Mount Harissa"

Duke Ellington and his Orchestra: Cootie Williams, Cat Anderson, Herbie Jones, Mercer Ellington (t); Lawrence Brown, Buster Cooper (tb); Chuck Connors (btb); Russell Procope (cl, as); Johnny Hodges (as); Jimmy Hamilton (cl,ts); Paul Gonsalves (ts); Harry Carney (cl, bcl, as, bar); Duke Ellington (p); John Lamb (sb); Rufus Jones (d). NY, 21 December, 1966



08 "The Brotherhood"

Duke Ellington and his Orchestra: Mercer Ellington (t); Harold "Money" Johnson (t, v); Barry Lee Hall, Johnny Coles (t, flh); Vincente Prudente, Art Baron (tb); Chuck Connors (btb); Russell Procope (cl, as); Harold Minerve (cl, as, fl, pic); Harold Ashby (ts, cl); Percy Marion (ts); Harry Carney (cl, bcl, as, bar); Duke Ellington (p); Joe Benjamin (sb); Quentin "Rocky" White (d); The John Aldiss Choir (v). Westminster Abbey, London, 24 October, 1973

 

 Analisi 1

 

01 "Watermelon Man"

Freddie Hubbard tp, Dexter Gordon ts, Herbie Hancock p, Butch Warren b, Billy Higgins d. NY, May 28, 1962



02 "Una Mas (One More Time)"

Kenny Dorham trumpet, Joe Henderson tenor, Herbie Hancock piano, Butch Warren bass, Tony Williams drums. NY, April 01 1963



03 "The Sidewinder"

Lee Morgan tp, Joe Henderson ts, Barry Harris p, Bob Cranshaw b, Billy Higgins d. December 21, 1963



04 "Adam's Apple"

Wayne Shorter, tenor sax; Herbie Hancock, piano; Reginald Workman, bass; Joe Chambers, drums. Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, February 3, 1966

 

 Storia del Jazz 2

 

01 "Ysabel's Table Dance"

Clarence Shaw (tp) Jimmy Knepper (tb) Shafi Hadi (as, ts) Bill Triglia (p) Charles Mingus (b) Dannie Richmond (d) Ysabel Morel, castanets, vocals. Recorded July 18 and August 6, 1957. Released 1962



02 "East Coasting (Take 4)"

Clarence Shaw tp, Jimmy Knepper tb, Shafi Hadi as ts, Bill Evans p, Charles Mingus cb, Dannie Richmond dr. NY, August 16, 1957



03 "Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting"

John Handy, Jackie McLean as, Booker Ervin ts, Pepper Adams bs, Jimmy Knepper Willie Dennis tb, Horace Parlan p, Charles Mingus cb, Dannie Richmond dr. 4 February 1959, Atlantic Studios, New York City



04 "Goodbye Pork Pie Hat"

Jimmy Knepper (tb) John Handy (ts) Booker Ervin (ts) Shafi Hadi/Curtis Porter (ts) Horace Parlan (p) Charles Mingus (b) Dannie Richmond (d). NY, May 12, 1959



05 "Open Letter To Duke"

Jimmy Knepper (tb) John Handy (ts) Booker Ervin (ts) Shafi Hadi/Curtis Porter (ts) Horace Parlan (p) Charles Mingus (b) Dannie Richmond (d). NY, May 12, 1959



06 "Self-Portrait In Three Colors"

Jimmy Knepper (tb) John Handy (ts) Booker Ervin (ts) Shafi Hadi/Curtis Porter (ts) Horace Parlan (p) Charles Mingus (b) Dannie Richmond (d). NY, May 12, 1959



07 "Jelly Roll"

Jimmy Knepper (tb) John Handy (ts) Booker Ervin (ts) Shafi Hadi/Curtis Porter (ts) Horace Parlan (p) Charles Mingus (b) Dannie Richmond (d). NY, May 12, 1959



08 "Folk Forms No. 1"

Ted Curson (tp) Eric Dolphy (as, bcl) Charles Mingus (b, vo) Dannie Richmond (d, vo). NYC, October 20, 1960



09 "Original Faubus Fables"

Ted Curson (tp) Eric Dolphy (as, bcl) Charles Mingus (b, vo) Dannie Richmond (d, vo). NYC, October 20, 1960

 

 Analisi 2

 

01 "King Porter Stomp"

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



02 "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

 
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