Sidney Bechet, Clifford Brown, Dizzy Gillespie, Lionel Hampton, Thelonious Monk, Gerry Mulligan, Django Reinhardt, Henri Renaud, Martial Solal, Barney Wilen - Jazz En Vogue - 10 Géants Du Jazz album download
Album cover design and jazz photography on French jazz records. Notes and pictures from Birka Jazz Archive. The Birka Jazz Archive Records we have bought and sold over the years - the rare and the beautiful! Please note! These albums are not for sale. First page Previous Next. COLUMBIA RECORDS The pioneers of album cover design. Pierre Merlin also created album covers for recordings made in France, especially traditionell jazz by Sidney Bechet and others. And several albums by American jazz musicians visiting Paris, have covers made by Pierre Merlin. Pierre Merlin´s last album cover was issued in 1954.
A tangible result of Lionel Hampton’s touring of the Continent was a number of recording sessions in Paris for Vogue (and in Stockholm for Metronome), by the Hamp himself (Vogue LD 166, 167 and 168) and by his sidemen (despite Hamp’s ban on any recording by his sidemen). LD 169 Wade Legge: Vogue LD 133 Thelonious Monk solo: Swing 3. 42 Jimmy Raney: Vogue LD 194, 197, 201 Max Roach: Vogue LD 014 Arnold Ross: Vogue LD 075 Zoot Sims: Vogue LD 170, 185 Mary Lou Williams: with Don Byas Quartet LD 186 Mary Lou Williams quartet: Swing M 3. 39. Sidney Bechet with Kenny Clarke/Al Levitt (Solal): Swing LDM 3. 65 Jay Cameron: Swing 3. 41 James Moody: Vogue LD 018 (red vinyl); LD 036 Bud Powell/Lucky Thompson: Vogue LD 523-30 Lucky Thompson: Swing LDM 3. 30, 3. 1 b Licensing agreements with US record companies.
Pacific Jazz/Jazz West Coast Anthologies: Jack Montrose, Art Blakey, Mulligan, Bob Brookmeyer, Chico Hamilton, the Mastersounds; JWC Anthologies, vol 1-3 (see note end of this article). Transition: Donald Byrd with Blakey, Mobley. Chapter 2. Henri Renaud on a shopping spree – New York 1954. Vogue went one step further and sent one of their top artists, a French Al Haig oriented piano player, Henri Renaud, to New York to organize recording sessions with the New York school, with or without his own participation. He recorded his idols Al Haig and Duke Jordan each in their own settings
Sony/Legacy's Jazz on Disques Vogue: The Perfect Collection continues the Perfect Jazz Collection series, but unlike Perfect Jazz Vol. 1 & Vol. 2, which collected famous classic albums from Columbia, RCAVictor, Sony, and Epic, this new box set focuses solely on an obscure but highly influential label: the French Disques Vogue, a label that imported American Jazz artists (such as Thelonious Monk
CD 2 01 - Dizzy Gillespie - Dizzy Song 02 - Charles Mingus - Portrait 03 - Ahmad Jamal - Billy Boy 04 - Ahmad Jamal - Dear Old Stockholm 05 - Miles Davis - Yesterdays 06 - Miles Davis - Donna 07 - Woody Herman - Stompin' At The Savoy 08 - Thelenious Monk - Carolina Moon 09 - Thelonious Monk - Let's Cool One 10 - Thelonious Monk - Hornin' In 11 - Dinah Washington - I Cried For Yoy 12 - Jazz
A1 Sidney Bechet Royal Garden Blues 3:05 A2 Louis Armstrong I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good 2:20 A3 Big Bill Broonzy Black Brown And White 2:45 A4 Kid Ory 12th Street Rag 3:38 A5 Duke Ellington Mood Indigo 3:57 A6 Memphis Slim The Blues Is Everywhere 4:15 Roy Eldridge Une Petite Laitue 2:50 D3 Thelonious Monk Round About Midnight 5:16 D4 Gerry Mulligan Bernie's Tune 4:06 D5 Clifford Brown Blue And Brown 3:10 D6 Lionel Hampton I Only Have Eyes For You 3:34.
Jazz for people who hate jazz. PERFORMERS: Sauter-Finegan Orchestra-Artie Shaw and his orchestra - Benny Goodman and his orchestra-Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra -Fats Waller and his rhythm-Count Basie and his orchestra-Duke Ellington and his orchestra-Bunny Berigan and his orchestra-Lionel Hampton and his orchestra-John. Jazz of the Forties, . PERFORMERS: Vernon Brown, Sidney Bechet, Baby Dodds, Pops Foster, Art Hodes, James P. Johnson, Mezz Mezzrow, Miff Mole, Pee Wee Russell, Muggzy Spanier, George Wettling, Johnny Windhurst. DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A453. Thelonious Monk -Phineas Newborn, J. Horace Silver-Martial Solal Trio-Herbie Nichols Trio-Hank Jones-Tommy Flanagan and Hank Jones-Tommy Flanagan Trio-John Lewis-Randy Weston-Ray Bryant-Bill Evans Trio-Bill Evans-McCoy.
Mulligan Meets Monk is a studio album by American jazz pianist Thelonious Monk and baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan, originally released on Riverside Records in 1957. It has been reissued numerous times. It was remastered for CD in 1987 (on Fantasy's Original Jazz Classics) with three additional alternative takes from the original session. Side One. "'Round Midnight" (Monk, Cootie Williams, Bernie Hanighen) – 8:29. Rhythm-a-Ning" (Monk) – 5:19.