Various - The Great Jazz Album mp3 flac download
|Title:||The Great Jazz Album|
|Date of release:||1975|
|MP3 album size:||1610 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1565 mb|
|Digital formats:||RA ADX MP4 VOX DMF APE MP1|
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Various – The Great Jazz Album. It Don't Mean A Thing" and "Solitude" were recorded approximately fourteen years ago. The fact that all of these jazz recordings were recorded under ideal studio conditions and with the advantage of modern studio facilities makes this album, sound-wise, a most unique jazz collection.
ARIA Award for Best Jazz Album. The ARIA Music Award for Best Jazz Album is an award presented within the Fine Arts Awards at the annual ARIA Music Awards. The award for Best Jazz Album was first presented in 1987. The George Golla Orchestra won the award with their album Lush Life. Paul Grabowsky has won the award six times (with the Paul Grabowsky Trio, Paul Grabowsky Sextet, Vince Jones, Katie Noonan, Allan Browne, Gary Costello and Wizards Of Oz).
Posed with the question, Who invented jazz album cover design? Most people will instantly say, Blue Note Records, and Reid Miles in particular. But this would be a gross simplification as well as inaccurate. Perhaps most ironic of all, given that Blue Note album sleeves have become the benchmark against which all modern jazz covers – and those of just about any other album – are measured, Miles was not a jazz fan, but a classical-music lover. Yet perhaps it was his distance from the music that was also his strength, allowing him to approach the design unencumbered by all but the basic details – the album title, the feel of the music, and something about the session. And of course, he had Francis Wolff’s brilliant photographs. Esquire’s 1946 Award Winners Hot Jazz – Various Artists. Out To Lunch! – Eric Dolphy.
Artist Various Artists Title The Best Jazz Album in the World Ever Release Date 2000-04-03 Label: EMI Records Number of Discs 2. 1 14 Wild is the wind - Nina Simone. 1 3 Let there be love - Nat King Cole & George Shearing. Read full description. It is a brilliant collection of Jazz and I find it great when I'm alone so I can listen to each and every note laid down, if you like Jazz you will really enjoy this collection. by tanniemay10 Nov, 2010. Jazz- the Best Album. Loved the CD. Filled with some vocal and some instrutment songs. Excellent all round Album. I will have to get Vol. 1. Best-selling in CDs.
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The album documents a London scene that has received global attention for the way it’s made jazz feel youthful, danceable, newly urgent. What impresses most is the wide-eyed eclecticism on display here (from Maisha’s stirring post-Coltrane swirl to Theon Cross’ butt-moving tuba funk and the Moses Boyd Ensemble’s club-ready electro-jazz groove) and the way certain key players (such as saxist-flutist Nubya Garcia, pianist Joe Armon-Jones and multi-reedist Shabaka Hutchings, who curated the comp and also. Sometimes typecast as an inveterate hell-raiser, Peter Brötzmann is actually one of the great collaborative improvisers of the past 50 years. Duets tend to bring out the best in him, and his ongoing collaboration with pedal-steel maverick Heather Leigh reached its high point to date on this gorgeously stark set of improvisations rendered in warm studio fidelity.
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|A1||–Urbie Green's Big Beautiful Band||St.Louis Blues||5:43|
|A2||–Enoch Light And The Light Brigade||String Of Pearls||3:24|
|A3||–Tony Mottola||Georgia On My Mind||2:22|
|A4||–Louis Armstrong||It Don't Mean A Thing||3:51|
|A5||–Bobby Hackett||Sweet Georgia Brown||3:12|
|B1||–Enoch Light And The Light Brigade||Take The "A" Train||3:13|
|B2||–The World's Greatest Jazzband||Savoy Blues||5:16|
|B3||–Enoch Light And The Light Brigade||One O'clock Jump||4:14|
|B4||–Enoch Light And The Light Brigade||Four Brothers||3:24|
|B5||–The Nashville Jets||When The Saints Go Marching In||2:30|
|C2||–Enoch Light And The Light Brigade||Bugle Call Rag||2:46|
|C3||–Twenty One Trombones||Perdido||2:34|
|C4||–Louie Bellson Big Band||3 x 5 + 16||4:30|
|C5||–Dick Hyman||The Entertainer||3:10|
|C6||–Enoch Light And The Light Brigade||Stompin' At The Savoy||3:23|
|D1||–The World's Greatest Jazzband||South Rampart Street Parade||3:18|
|D2||–Enoch Light And The Light Brigade||Sing, Sing, Sing - Part 1||4:08|
|D3||–Enoch Light And The Light Brigade||Sing, Sing, Sing - Part 2||4:37|
|D4||–Tony Mottola||Satin Doll||1:54|
|D5||–Arnie Lawrence||Feelin' Good||3:03|
|D6||–Enoch Light And The Light Brigade||April In Paris||3:47|
NotesNotes: "All the recordings in this two-recording album with the exception of "It Don't Mean A Thing" and "Solitude" were recorded in the past seven years. "It Don't Mean A Thing" and "Solitude" were recorded approximately fourteen years ago. The fact that all of these jazz recordings were recorded under ideal studio conditions and with the advantage of modern studio facilities makes this album, sound-wise, a most unique jazz collection."
Copyright 1975: The Total Sound Inc.
A quadraphonic SQ release.
|PR 2-6009||Various||The Great Jazz Album (2xLP, Album, Comp)||Project 3||PR 2-6009||US||1975|