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 Storia del Jazz 1

 

01 "Thou Swell"

Artie Shaw and his Orchestra: Artie Shaw clar, Lee Castaldo, Dave Wade tpt, Mike Michaels tbn, Tony Pastor ten, Jerry Gray, Sam Rosenblum, Sam Persoff, Jimmy Oderich strings, Joe Lippman piano, Gene Stultz guitar, Ben Ginsberg bass, Sammy Weiss drums. New York, August 6, 1936



02 "The Chant"

Artie Shaw and his Orchestra: Artie Shaw cl, dir, John Best, Malcolm Crain, Tom Di Carlo tpt, Harry Rogers, George Arus tbn, Harry Freeman as, Tony Pastor, Jules Rubin ts, Les Burnes p, Al Avola guit, Ben Ginsberg bass, Cliff Leeman drums. NY, August 4, 1937



03 "Begin The Beguine"

Artie Shaw and his Orchestra: Artie Shaw cl, Chuck Peterson, John Best, Claude Bowen tpt, George Arus, Ted Vesley, Harry Rogers tnb, Les Robinson, Hank Freeman as, Tony Pastor ten, voice, Ronnie Perry ten, Les Burness piano, Al Avola guitar, Sid Weiss bass, Cliff Leeman drums. Arranger Jerry Gray. New York, July 24, 1938



04 "Stardust"

Artie Shaw and his Orchestra: Artie Shaw clar, George Wendt, J. Cathcart, Billy Butterfield tpt, Jack Jenney, Vernon Brown tbn, Bus Bassey, Neely Plumb as, Les Robinson, Jerry Jerome ten, E. Lamas, T, Boardman, T. Klages, Bob Morrow, B. Bower, Al Beller vln, A. Harshman, K. Collins viola, F. Goermer cello, Johnny Guarnieri piano, Al Hendrickson guit, Jud DeNaut bass, Nick Fatool drums. LA, October 7, 1940



05 "Song of India"

Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, 1937



06 "Moonlight Serenade"

Glenn Miller Orchestra, 1939



07 "Chattanooga Choo Choo"

Glenn Miller Orchestra, 1941



08 "Bolero At The Savoy"

Gene Krupa Orchestra, feat Anita O' Day and Roy Eldridge, 1941



09 "Boogie Woogie"

Carl Smith tp, Lester Young ts, Count Basie p, Walter Page b, Jo Jones d, Jimmy Rushing vcl. Chicago Oct 9 1936



10 "Jumpin' at the Woodside"

Count Basie and his Orchestra: Buck Clayton, Ed Lewis, Harry Edison tpt Dickie Wells, Benny Morton, Dan Minor tbn Earl Warren as, Lester Young, Herschel Evans ten, cl, Jack Washington as, bar, Count Basie piano, Freddie Green guitar, Walter Page bass, Jo Jones drums. Head arrangement. New York, August 22, 1938



11 "Every Tub"

Count Basie and his Orchestra: Buck Clayton, Ed Lewis, Harry Edison tpt Eddie Durham, Benny Morton, Dan Minor tbn Earl Warren as, Lester Young, Herschel Evans ten, cl, Jack Washington as, bar, Count Basie piano, Freddie Green guitar, Walter Page bass, Jo Jones drums. Arranger Eddie Durham. New York, February 16, 1938

 

 Analisi 1

 

01 "Blues To Elvin"

John Coltrane tenor, Mc Coy Tyner piano, Steve Davis bass, Elvin Jones drums. NY, October 24, 1960



02 "Mr. Day"

John Coltrane tenor, Mc Coy Tyner piano, Steve Davis bass, Elvin Jones drums. NY, October 24, 1960

 

 Storia del Jazz 2

 

01 "Delilah"

Clifford Brown (tp) Harold Land (ts) Richie Powell (p) George Morrow (b) Max Roach (d). Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, August 2, 1954



02 "Daahoud"

Clifford Brown (tp) Harold Land (ts) Richie Powell (p) George Morrow (b) Max Roach (d). Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, August 6, 1954



03 "The Scene Is Clean"

Clifford Brown, trumpet; Sonny Rollins, tenor sax; Richie Powell, piano; George Morrow, bass; Max Roach, drums. NY, February 17, 1956

 

 Analisi 2

 

01 "Delilah"

Clifford Brown (tp) Harold Land (ts) Richie Powell (p) George Morrow (b) Max Roach (d). Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA, August 2, 1954



02 "Jacqui"

Clifford Brown trumpet, Harold Land tenor sax, Richie Powell piano, George Morrow bass, Max Roach drums. Capitol Studios, NYC, February 25, 1955



03 "Diminuendo in Blue"

Duke Ellington Orchestra: Arthur Whetsol, Cootie Williams, Rex Stewart, Freddie Jenkins (t); Lawrence Brown, Joe Nanton, Juan Tizol (tb); Barney Bigard (cl, ts); Johnny Hodges (ss, as); Otto Hardwick (cl, as); Harry Carney (cl, as, bar); Duke Ellington (p); Fred Guy (g); Billy Taylor (sb); Sonny Greer (d). NY, 20 September 1937

 
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