This set was recently highlighted on public radio station WRTI out of Temple University by Matt Silver and they injected the knowledge, passion and even some humor of Ricky Riccardi in a series of videos explaining and reliving the painstaking but ultimately divine outcome of this package.

In AugustI produced the first Mt. The affair was mostly all-star bands playing music from Blue Note recordings of the fifties and sixties. Of course, he arrived in Tokyo with a suitcase of new music, all of it gorgeous, and all of it intricate. We managed a couple of rehearsals before the outdoor festival began. The winds were high that first day because a typhoon was heading straight for us.

He winged it as best he could. They were unified more by purpose than by style. On July 29, they reconvene at Drom in the lower East Side for their fist live performance since the Covid 19 outbreak. The recording ensembles are full of great swing musicians. Jam sessions? Wasted notes — not at all. The big band defined the style and economics of swing. But the all-star sextets and septets that drove small group swing were not scaled down big bands; they were their own genre with a new sound and a new orthodoxy.

Small group swing was an outgrowth of the big band era and hard financial times. Columbia Records was the largest American record label. Many of its executives were full-blown jazz fans, resulting in choice small group sessions being recorded from time to time.

After 47 years Rhino has issued the complete Mingus At Carnegie Hall album with over 72 minutes of unreleased material and is available at Amazon. Michael Cuscuna provided liner notes.

The United States in general and New York in particular have often been idealistically described as melting pots and to some degree, that rings true. In the case of the jazz world, New York has been its hub and its mecca for the last hundred years. Neighborhoods of all ethnicities have shifted and blended over the decades and Jazz has always been the beneficiary of these blended cultures. Pete was one of the unsung greats on the drums. The rapport between the two men was unique and deeply felt.

Billie Holiday had a small voice but she made every note count, expressing her emotions quite effectively in subtle ways and phrasing behind the beat. Lester Young had a light floating tone and while he could play fast, he preferred to create pretty melodies. They also had complementary viewpoints on life, particularly in the early days.

It should surprise no one that Anthony Braxton I remains vigorously at work giving voice to his brilliant musical vision. Yet one constant permeates this interview: through it all, Anthony Braxton remains as exploratory as ever. Coltrane said that it was inspired by the work of John Gilmore. Sixty years later, we are still exhilarated by this performance. He even delves into the reasons that, as controversial as he was when he arrived on the scene, Ornette proved to be more famous and infamous than Cecil Taylor or Sun Ra.

From AcousticGuitar. Harry Lim, a Javanese jazz lover who came to America infirst produced jam sessions in Chicago and New York and then founded Keynote Records, a premier small jazz label. Wynton Marsalis, Harvey Cohen and Ellington himself shed light on this important piece.

The quartet of Josh Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride and Brian Blade, all rising stars at the time, first came together in and stayed together for another 6 years. Gary Fukushima at DownBeat delves into their history, recording reunion and the planned tour that was postponed by the pandemic.

His solos were consistently exciting and he had an innovative approach of his own from LP the start of his career. With his dazzling technique and constant delight at playing the unpredictable even on familiar songs, Hines was always a joy to hear. Randy Weston was a jazz giant in every regards. His compositions are varied and appealing. His pianistic ability used Basie and Ellington as a foundation for his singular, all-encompassing style. He was also one of the most patient and compassionate humans to walk the earth.

The blocks were only made in the state of Washington and Rudy paid the railroad charges to bring thousands of them to his New Jersey property. The Quintet mix the virtuoso velocity of be-bop with bluesy, earthy attitude and phraseology.

George Duning, a Down Beat reporter and quite possibly the man with the same name who later became an Oscar winning conductor, gives the reader an idea of what it was like to see and hear Art Tatum ina breakthrough year for the musician who was taking the jazz world by storm and leaving mouths wide open and jaws dropping.

Beyond his incredibly dry wit, he was always a straight shooter with his opinions. His comments on Trane and Bird here are intriguing. Benny Carter, 30 years old and just back after three years in Europe, announced his return to his native country with brilliant writing and playing. Flying Home History of this Jazz Classic by Scott Yanow It was a fairly simple swing tune that in a classic three-minute recording by Lionel Hampton virtually gave birth to rhythm and blues.

That mere mortals can achieve this level still amazes me. Dave is well known as one of the great storytellers, but Richie has always been his equal and steps in on this in-depth conversation.

Bob Blumenthal provides an in-depth look at the special relationship and extraordinary music they produced. Includes the momentous discovery by the Library of Congress and analysis of the full Carnegie Hall concert.

I would talk to Monk about musical problems, and he would sit at the piano and show me the answers just by playing them. I could watch him play and find out the things that I wanted to know. NYC, October 25, His life and his music remain mysterious and otherworldly. Before the world went into lockdown, few musicians could match the Christian McBride for the sheer range and ferocity of his activity.

Adam Shatz has researched and written a brilliant essay on the life and music of Julius Hemphill, an extraordinary composer and alto saxophonist who never really attained the level of acceptance that he so richly deserved. Read from the New York Review of Books…. It is based on I Got Rhythm a composition that he had already long used as a showcase.

Here we get a glimmer of what John Hammond was referring to when he wrote:. Unfortunately, they make one bizarre assumption that the catalog number of its first release in BST was assigned in when Lee Morgan was killed. Actually we assigned the number in when we were still able to carry on the BST series in releases. Read and listen from London Jazz Collector…. Coltrane said that it was inspired by the work of John Gilmore. Sixty years later, we are still exhilarated by this performance.

He even delves into the reasons that, as controversial as he was when he arrived on the scene, Ornette proved to be more famous and infamous than Cecil Taylor or Sun Ra. From AcousticGuitar. Harry Lim, a Javanese jazz lover who came to America infirst produced jam sessions in Chicago and New York and then founded Keynote Records, a premier small jazz label.

Wynton Marsalis, Harvey Cohen and Ellington himself shed light on this important piece. The quartet of Josh Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride and Brian Blade, all rising stars at the time, first came together in and stayed together for another 6 years.

Gary Fukushima at DownBeat delves into their history, recording reunion and the planned tour that was postponed by the pandemic. His solos were consistently exciting and he had an innovative approach of his own from virtually the start of his career. With his dazzling technique and constant delight at playing the unpredictable even on familiar songs, Hines was always a joy to hear.

Randy Weston was a jazz giant in every regards. His compositions are varied and appealing. His pianistic ability used Basie and Ellington as a foundation for his singular, all-encompassing style. He was also one of the most patient and compassionate humans to walk the earth. The blocks were only made in the state of Washington and Rudy paid the railroad charges to bring thousands of them to his New Jersey property.

The Quintet mix the virtuoso velocity of be-bop with bluesy, earthy attitude and phraseology. George Duning, a Down Beat reporter and quite possibly the man with the same name who later became an Oscar winning conductor, gives the reader an idea of what it was like to see and hear Art Tatum ina breakthrough year for the musician who was taking the jazz LP by storm and leaving mouths wide open and jaws dropping.

Beyond his incredibly dry wit, he was always a straight shooter with his opinions. His comments on Trane and Bird here are intriguing. Benny Carter, 30 years old and just back after three years in Europe, announced his return to his native country with brilliant writing and playing. Flying Home History of this Jazz Classic by Scott Yanow It was a fairly simple swing tune that in a classic three-minute recording by Lionel Hampton virtually gave birth to rhythm and blues.

That mere mortals can achieve this level still amazes me. Dave is well known as one of the great storytellers, but Richie has always been his equal and steps in on this in-depth conversation.

Bob Blumenthal provides an in-depth look at the special relationship and extraordinary music they produced. Includes the momentous discovery by the Library of Congress and analysis of the full Carnegie Hall concert. I would talk to Monk about musical problems, and he would sit at the piano and show me the answers just by playing them.

I could watch him play and find out the things that I wanted to know. NYC, October 25, His life and his music remain mysterious and otherworldly. Before the world went into lockdown, few musicians could match the Christian McBride for the sheer range and ferocity of his activity. Adam Shatz has researched and written a brilliant essay on the life and music of Julius Hemphill, an extraordinary composer and alto saxophonist who never really attained the level of acceptance that he so richly deserved.

Read from the New York Review of Books…. It is based on I Got Rhythm a composition that he had already long used as a showcase. Here we get a glimmer of what John Hammond was referring to when he wrote:. Unfortunately, they make one bizarre assumption that the catalog number of its first release in BST was assigned in when Lee Morgan was killed.

Actually we assigned the number in when we were still able to carry on the BST series in releases. Read and listen from London Jazz Collector…. By Michael Cuscuna Although he had only three years on the national jazz scene before his tragic death in an automobile accident in June,Clifford Brown managed to cast a large presence as a trumpeter and composer.

Much like Benny Golson, he had an enormous melodic gift and structural sense. Most of the tunes that he introduced during his all too short recording career have become jazz standards.

By Bob Blumenthal While Thelonious Monk had not LP a working band into a recording studio sincehis current quartet of Charlie Rouse, John Ore and Frankie Dunlop on drums had been together for two years, including a European concert tour.

Mosaic Records is an American jazz record company and label established in by Michael Cuscuna and Charlie Lourie. It produces limited-edition box sets that are available only by mail. Hit enter to search or ESC to close. Please sign up for our free jazz newsletter and check back for new postings! Lennie Tristano Upcoming Release. George Wein. Benny Goodman DownBeat Interview. Mosaic Records Open House.

Ahmad Jamal. Big Band Bird: Charlie Parker. Jazz Store. Phil Schaap. The Artistry Of Elvin Jones. Carla Bley in the Hall of Fame. Carla Bley stood for the artist and the art. What else is there? Chronology: Quincy Jones in the s. Bix Society. Half Nelson: Cool Perfection. Duke Ellington. Gottlieb Library of Congress.

Django Reinhardt. Artie Shaw. Woody Herman. Wayne Shorter Quartet — Masqualero. He was also one of the most patient and compassionate humans to walk the earth.

The blocks were only made in the state of Washington and Rudy paid the railroad charges to bring thousands of them to his New Album) property. The Quintet mix the virtuoso velocity of be-bop with bluesy, earthy attitude and phraseology. George Duning, a Down Beat reporter and quite possibly the man with the same name who later became an Oscar winning conductor, gives the reader an idea of what it was like to see and hear Art Tatum ina breakthrough year for the musician who was taking the jazz world by storm and leaving mouths wide open and jaws dropping.

Beyond his incredibly dry wit, he was always a straight shooter with his opinions. His comments on Trane and Bird here are intriguing. Benny Carter, 30 years old and just back after three years in Europe, announced his return to his native country with brilliant writing and playing. Flying Home History of this Jazz Classic by Scott Yanow It was a fairly simple swing tune that in a classic three-minute recording by Lionel Hampton virtually Love Me Or Leave Me - The Lester Young-Teddy Wilson Quartet - Pres And Teddy (Vinyl birth to rhythm and blues.

That mere mortals can achieve this level still amazes me. Dave is well known as one of the great storytellers, but Richie has always been his equal and steps in on this in-depth conversation. Bob Blumenthal provides an in-depth look at the special relationship and extraordinary music they produced.

Includes the momentous discovery by the Library of Congress and analysis of the full Carnegie Hall concert. I would talk to Monk about musical problems, and he would sit at the piano and show me the answers just by playing them.

I could watch him play and find out the things that I wanted to know. NYC, October 25, His life and his music remain mysterious and otherworldly. Before the world went into lockdown, few musicians could match the Christian McBride for the sheer range and ferocity of his activity. Adam Shatz has researched and written a brilliant essay on the life and music of Julius Hemphill, an extraordinary composer and alto saxophonist who never really attained the level of acceptance that he so richly deserved.

Read from the New York Review of Books…. It is based on I Got Rhythm a composition that he had already long used as a showcase. Here we get a glimmer of what John Hammond was referring to when he wrote:. Unfortunately, they make one bizarre assumption that the catalog number of its first release in BST was assigned in when Lee Morgan was killed. Actually we assigned the number in when we were still able to carry on the BST series in releases.

Read and listen from London Jazz Collector…. By Michael Cuscuna Although he had only three years on the national jazz scene before his tragic death in an automobile accident in June,Clifford Brown managed to cast a large presence as a trumpeter and composer. Much like Benny Golson, he had an enormous melodic gift and structural sense.

Most of the tunes that he introduced during his all too short recording career have become jazz standards. By Bob Blumenthal While Thelonious Monk had not brought a working band into a recording studio sincehis current quartet of Charlie Rouse, John Ore and Frankie Dunlop on drums had been together for two years, including a European concert tour. Mosaic Records is an American jazz record company and label established in by Michael Cuscuna and Charlie Lourie. It produces limited-edition box sets that are available only by mail.

Hit enter to search or ESC to close. Please sign up for our free jazz newsletter and check back for new postings! Lennie Tristano Upcoming Release. George Wein. Benny Goodman DownBeat Interview. Mosaic Records Open House.

Ahmad Jamal. Big Band Bird: Charlie Parker. Jazz Store. Phil Schaap. The Artistry Of Elvin Jones. Carla Bley in the Hall of Fame. Carla Bley stood for the artist and the art.

What else is there? Chronology: Quincy Jones in the s. Bix Society. Half Nelson: Cool Perfection. Duke Ellington. Gottlieb Library of Congress. Django Reinhardt. Artie Shaw. Woody Herman. Wayne Shorter Quartet — Masqualero. Don Byas Returns Documentary. Satchmo Summerfest. A Selection of Big Band Albums. The Fertile Mind of Andrew Hill.

Benny Goodman DownBeat Archives Bill Savory An Unissued Gem. Blue Note Records The Biography. Live Music Is Back! Charles Mingus Big Band. Small Group Swing. Columbia Small Group Swing Sessions — 62 Small group swing was an outgrowth of the big band era and hard financial times. Freddie Hubbard Bolivia. Duke Ellington: New York in the s.

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8 thoughts on “Love Me Or Leave Me - The Lester Young-Teddy Wilson Quartet - Pres And Teddy (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Roy Eldridge (tp), Benny Morton (tb), Chu Berry (ts), Teddy Wilson (p), Dave Barbour (g), John Kirby (b), Cozy Cole (d), Billie Holiday (vcl). NYC, October 25, There’s no mistaking Chu Berry’s influence on Charlie Parker (who named his first son for Berry) and every other bebopper, John Coltrane, and a host of other saxophonists today.

  2. Roy Eldridge (tp), Benny Morton (tb), Chu Berry (ts), Teddy Wilson (p), Dave Barbour (g), John Kirby (b), Cozy Cole (d), Billie Holiday (vcl). NYC, October 25, There’s no mistaking Chu Berry’s influence on Charlie Parker (who named his first son for Berry) and every other bebopper, John Coltrane, and a host of other saxophonists today.

  3. Roy Eldridge (tp), Benny Morton (tb), Chu Berry (ts), Teddy Wilson (p), Dave Barbour (g), John Kirby (b), Cozy Cole (d), Billie Holiday (vcl). NYC, October 25, There’s no mistaking Chu Berry’s influence on Charlie Parker (who named his first son for Berry) and every other bebopper, John Coltrane, and a host of other saxophonists today.

  4. Roy Eldridge (tp), Benny Morton (tb), Chu Berry (ts), Teddy Wilson (p), Dave Barbour (g), John Kirby (b), Cozy Cole (d), Billie Holiday (vcl). NYC, October 25, There’s no mistaking Chu Berry’s influence on Charlie Parker (who named his first son for Berry) and every other bebopper, John Coltrane, and a host of other saxophonists today.

  5. Roy Eldridge (tp), Benny Morton (tb), Chu Berry (ts), Teddy Wilson (p), Dave Barbour (g), John Kirby (b), Cozy Cole (d), Billie Holiday (vcl). NYC, October 25, There’s no mistaking Chu Berry’s influence on Charlie Parker (who named his first son for Berry) and every other bebopper, John Coltrane, and a host of other saxophonists today.

  6. Roy Eldridge (tp), Benny Morton (tb), Chu Berry (ts), Teddy Wilson (p), Dave Barbour (g), John Kirby (b), Cozy Cole (d), Billie Holiday (vcl). NYC, October 25, There’s no mistaking Chu Berry’s influence on Charlie Parker (who named his first son for Berry) and every other bebopper, John Coltrane, and a host of other saxophonists today.

  7. Roy Eldridge (tp), Benny Morton (tb), Chu Berry (ts), Teddy Wilson (p), Dave Barbour (g), John Kirby (b), Cozy Cole (d), Billie Holiday (vcl). NYC, October 25, There’s no mistaking Chu Berry’s influence on Charlie Parker (who named his first son for Berry) and every other bebopper, John Coltrane, and a host of other saxophonists today.

  8. Sep 09,  · Lester Young - tenor sax Teddy Wilson - piano Gene Ramey - bass Jo Jones - drums 1. All Of Me 2. Prisoner Of Love 3. Louise 4. Love Me Or Leave Me 5. Taking A Chance On Love 6. Our Love Is Here To Stay 7. Pres Returns part 1 part 2 part 3 Пароль: Young Добавлено через 6 минут.

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