Vince Guaraldi - Jazz Impressions mp3 flac download
|Date of release:||1995|
|MP3 album size:||1906 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1309 mb|
|Digital formats:||DXD AUD RA APE VOC ADX TTA|
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Jazz Impressions of Black Orpheus is an album by the Vince Guaraldi Trio, released in 1962 on Fantasy Records. The album contains both original compositions and covers of songs from the 1959 film Black Orpheus. It spawned the hit single "Cast Your Fate to the Wind", which won the 1963 Grammy Award for Best Original Jazz Composition. Some later pressings of the LP have the single's title displayed prominently at the top of the cover, and the album title in the box underneath.
Here is Vince Guaraldi's breakthrough album - musically, commercially, in every which way. After numerous records as a leader or sideman, for the first time a recognizable Guaraldi piano style emerges, with whimsical phrasing all his own, a madly swinging right hand and occasional boogie-influenced left hand, and a distinctive, throat-catching, melodic improvisational gift. The first half of the program is taken up by cover versions of tunes from the Antonio Carlos Jobim/Luiz Bonfa score for the film Black Orpheus, recorded just as bossa nova was taking hold in America.
1962 album from the Jazz composer and pianist. The album's hit single, 'Cast Your Fate To The Wind', won Guaraldi a Grammy and introduced him to a mainstream audience, who would later embrace the music he created for a host of Peanuts TV specials.
Complete your Vince Guaraldi Trio collection. Had two new copies of these and both had warps that made the first songs skip. This might be a general problem with this reissue.
By: Vince Guaraldi (1964, Jazz).
The Vince Guaraldi Trio was a jazz group fronted by pianist and composer Vince Guaraldi. Most well-known in its acoustic piano-drums-bass configuration, the trio provided music for a number of animated productions of Charles M. Schulz's Peanuts comic strips. Guaraldi's distinctively breezy, bluesy, and melancholy jazz has become an indelible part of Peanuts' timeless legacy. Their soundtrack for the 1965 Christmas special, A Charlie Brown Christmas, is one of the biggest-selling and most critically successful Christmas albums of all time.
If Vince Guaraldi is known for anything beyond the Charlie Brown specials, it will be a catchy little tune called Cast Your Fate in the Wind. Originally the B-side to an abbreviated version of Samba de Orfeu, the instantly appealing tune became a radio hit and the album was repackaged to feature the song prominently on the sleeve (surprisingly, on this reissue the cover has been redesigned to eliminate the change). 1962's Black Orpheus (inspired by Antonio Carlos Jobim's 1959 soundtrack) is the album where Guaraldi really came into his own as a composer