Al Belletto Quintet - An Introduction To The Al Belletto Quintet mp3 flac download
|Performer:||Al Belletto Quintet|
|Title:||An Introduction To The Al Belletto Quintet|
|Style:||Post Bop, Swing|
|Date of release:||1955|
|MP3 album size:||1235 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1462 mb|
|Digital formats:||MIDI MPC AAC MP1 MMF DMF FLAC|
The Al Belletto Sextette.
The unconventional makeup of the century.
Following this he worked with Al Belletto, Bill Berry, and Woody Herman (1960-63), then moved to New York City, where he played with Louie Bellson and Gerry Mulligan. After a short time back in Cincinnati, Brisker then moved to Los Angeles, where he worked extensively as a studio musician.
You 'n' Me is a 1960 album by the Zoot Sims and Al Cohn quintet.
JazzWax tracks: You’ll find Al Belletto’s Sounds and Songs here and Half and Half here. The group accompanies Jerri Winters on Somebody Loves Me here, and Belletto is on Woody Herman’s album with Tito Puente here. JazzWax clips: Here’s Johnny Mandel’s March, Jazz and Fugue, with Jack Martin’s arrangemen. nd I Was the Last One to Kno. special thanks to David Langner. For a list of Kenton Presents Jazz releases, go here. Previous August 30, 2014.
Explore all songs recorded by Al Belletto. Al & Recordings. Profile: American jazz saxophonist and clarinetist Born: January 3, 1928 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Died: December 26, 2014 in Crescent City, Metairie, Louisiana. In Groups: Al Belletto Jazz Band, The Al Belletto Sextet, Woody Herman And His Orchestra, Woody Herman And The Fourth Herd. Variations: Viewing All Al Belletto. Al Belleto, Al Belletto And The Kids, Al Belletto Quintet, Belleto, The Al Belletto Sextet.
Raised in New Orleans, red-hot ist, Al Belletto was able to make the transition from traditional jazz to swing to bop. While working towards his undergraduate degree, Belletto led his own band. He then began playing around his New Orleans hometown with Sharkey Bonano, Louis Prima and Wingy Manone, plus The Dukes Of Dixieland. Belletto's sextet was absorbed into Woody Herman's orchestra for a 1958 state department tour of South America.
Al Belletto (January 3, 1928 – December 26, 2014) was an American jazz saxophonist and clarinetist. Belletto was raised in New Orleans, where he led his own bands as a college student; he eventually obtained a master's degree from Louisiana State University. He and his ensemble became part of Woody Herman's band for State Department tours of South America in 1958-59
Al Belletto Sextet - Make Her Mine 02:19. Al Belletto Sextet - Little Girl Blue 03:06. Al Belletto Sextet - Bebe 03:11. Al Belletto Sextet - Russ Job 03:35. Al Belletto Sextet - I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good 02:27. Al Belletto Sextet - I Was The Last One To Know 03:00. Al Belletto Sextet - March, Jazz And Fugue 06:18. Al Belletto Sextet, Al Belletto - Jeepers Creepers 03:02. Al Belletto Sextet - You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To 02:36. Al Belletto Sextet - Sorry, Gone Number 02:13. Al Belletto Sextet - Mabel 03:28. All songs from Sounds And Songs.
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|A1||When My Sugar Walks Down The Street
Composed By – Gene Austin, Irving Mills, Jimmy McHugh
|A2||The Way You Look Tonight
Composed By – Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern
|B1||Kind Of Moody
Composed By – Carl Sigman, Duke Ellington
|B2||A Foggy Day
Composed By – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
- Alto Saxophone – Al Belletto
- Bass – Jack Martin
- Drums – Charles McKnight
- Piano – Freddie Crane*
- Trombone – Jimmy Guinn
NotesKENTON PRESENTS JAZZ
The Al Belletto Quintet represents what's best and most exciting in modern jazz - not just because its members are talented, but because they've learned their music so well and know how to use their abilities so creatively. Three of the five perform skillfully on more than one instrument; four of the five compose and orchestrate; five of the five sing well. Most important, they're not simply individual talents; for several years they've played and worked together till, in their ensemble, they speak as one voice with a seemingly infinite variety of colors and shadings. This is the new jazz, and this is a group of its most refreshing purveyors. - Stan Kenton
Recorded in Chicago, December, 1954