Horace Silver - Silver's Blue album download
|A2||To Beat Or Not To Beat|
|A3||How Long Has This Been Going On?|
|B3||The Night Has A Thousand Eyes|
- Manufactured By – Tecnodisco, S.A.
- Marketed By – Planeta-Agostini
- Bass – Doug Watkins
- Drums – Arthur Taylor* (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B2, B3), Kenny Clarke (tracks: A2, B1)
- Piano – Horace Silver
- Tenor Saxophone – Hank Mobley
- Trumpet – Donald Byrd (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B2, B3), Joe Gordon (tracks: A2, B1)
NotesRecorded July 2 & 17, 1956.
|LN 3326||The Horace Silver Quintet||Silver's Blue (LP, Mono)||Epic||LN 3326||US||1956|
|RJ 45138||Horace Silver||Silver's Blue (LP, Album, RE)||Portrait||RJ 45138||US||1989|
|B07447L, BBL.7183||The Horace Silver Quintet||Silver's Blue (LP, Mono)||Philips, Philips||B07447L, BBL.7183||UK||1957|
|LA 16005||The Horace Silver Quintet||Silver's Blue (LP, Mono)||Epic||LA 16005||US||1962|
|LN 3326, XEM 39128||The Horace Silver Quintet||Silver's Blue (LP, Album, RE)||Epic, Epic||LN 3326, XEM 39128||US||Unknown|
Silver's Blue is a studio album by American jazz pianist Horace Silver recorded for the Epic label in 1956 featuring performances by Silver with Joe Gordon, Hank Mobley, Doug Watkins, and Kenny Clarke and another session with Donald Byrd and Art Taylor replacing Gordon and Clarke. Silver, Mobley, Watkins, and Byrd all had recently left The Jazz Messengers. These were Silver's first sessions as a leader after leaving the Messengers.
Horace Silver – Silver's Blue. Label: Portrait Masters – J 45138. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue. Piano – Horace Silver. Producer, Engineer – Mark Wilder. Producer, Producer – Bob Thiele.
Two sessions in the mid-'50s produced the material for this album, which despite or perhaps because of being one of the historical early recordings of the Horace Silver Quintet, was later treated to a confusing mess of reissues, some of which never really mentioned what was so historic about the material in the first place. Maybe there was no reason to, since by the new millennium the type of groovy, funky jazz Silver was famous for had become so in demand that any recording of the authentic item was considered coated with golden fairy dust
Horace Ward Martin Tavares Silver (September 2, 1928 – June 18, 2014) was an American jazz pianist, composer, and arranger, particularly in the hard bop style that he helped pioneer in the 1950s. After playing tenor saxophone and piano at school in Connecticut, Silver got his break on piano when his trio was recruited by Stan Getz in 1950. Silver soon moved to New York City, where he developed a reputation as a composer and for his bluesy playing.
Horace Silver has always been an effective, if limited, catch-phrase soloist, an exemplary hard bop accompanist, and a brilliant miniaturist as a composer, contributing pieces that continue to surface and surprise with their inventive, irresistible melodies and inviting harmonic progressions.
Album: Silver's Blues, The Best of Jazz Piano, The Greatest Pianists of Our Time, Silver's Blues, The Hard Bop Response. Horace Silver, The Horace Silver Quintet - Nica's Dream Horace-Scope, 1960 06:48. The Horace Silver Quintet - Sweet Stuff Finger Poppin' with the Horace Silver Quintet, 1959 05:32. Artist: The Horace Silver Quintet.
Horace Silver - Silver's Blue (Epic LN 3326). Paul Chambers Sextet - Whims Of Chambers (Blue Note BLP 1534). Monterose (Blue Note BLP 1536). Monterose (Blue Note CDP 7243 8 29102 2 0). Lee Morgan Indeed! (Blue Note BLP 1538). The Complete Blue Note Lee Morgan Fifties Sessions (Mosaic MR6-162). Horace Silver - 6 Pieces Of Silver (Blue Note BLP 1539). Horace Silver Quintet - Further Explorations (Blue Note BLP 1589). Newport Jazz Festival 1958, Vol. I - Mostly Miles (Phontastic (Swd) PHONT NCD 8813). Horace Silver - Finger Poppin' (Blue Note BLP 4008). Horace Silver - Blowin' The Blues Away (Blue Note BLP 4017). Horace Silver - Horace-Scope (Blue Note BLP 4042).
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