terça-feira, 24 de março de 2015

Best of Newport Jazz Festival 2003 - Best of Newport Jazz Festival 2003 - 8/10/2003 (Official)

Best of Newport Jazz Festival 2003 - Best of Newport Jazz Festival 2003 Recorded Live: 8/10/2003 - Newport Jazz Festival - Newport, RI

New Gary Burton Quartet - Jazz Sous les Pommiers 2013 . tvorisvet tvorisvet

Gary Burton - vibraphone Julian Lage - guitare Scott Colley - contrebasse Antonio Sanchez - batterie 1 - Afro Blue 2 - Never The Same Way 3 - Was It So Long Ago? 4 - Sunday's Uncle 5 - My Funny Valentine 6 - Di You Get It

Al Foster Quintet - Live at The New Morning (Paris, 2007) (Part 2/2)

Track list: 1. So What (Miles Davis) 2. So Near So Far (Victor Feldman) 3. Shed (Aaron Goldberg) 4. Tune-Up (Miles Davis) 5. Missing Miles (Al Foster) 6. Cantalope Island (Herbie Hancock) Al Foster - batterie Eddie Henderson - trompette Eli Degibri - sax Georges Callaghan - piano Douglas Weiss - basse Al Foster Quintet - Live at The New Morning (Live in Paris) Enregistre au New Morning 25 juillet 2007

Pharoah Sanders - Live at Jazz Café London (2011)

Pharoah Sanders (tenor sax) William Henderson (piano) Antoine Banville (drums) Miles Danso (bass)

Lee Ritenour & Dave Grusin - Jazz Festival Montreux 2011

http://leeritenour.com/, http://www.montreuxjazz.com/ 1. Wes Bound 2. Lay It Down 3. Stolen Moments 4. L.P. 5. It Might Be You 6. The Firm 7. Rio Fun LEE RITENOUR - guitars DAVE GRUSIN - piano, keyboard MELVIN DAVIS - bass SONNY EMORY - drums

Charles Lloyd 4tet - Jazzbaltica [2010]

Große Konzertscheue, Jazzbaltica, Salzau, Germany, 2010 Charle Lloyd - Tenor Sax, Flute, Taragato Jason Moran - Piano Reuben Rogers - Bass Eric Harland - Drums

sexta-feira, 20 de março de 2015

Herbie Hancock's Headhunters - Butterfly - Tokyo - 2005

Tokyo Jazz 2005 Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo, Japan August 20th, 2005 . Herbie Hancock's Headhunters '05 Band: Herbie Hancock (p) Terri Lyne Carrington (ds) Roy Hargrove (tp,flh) Munyungo Jackson (perc) Lionel Loueke (g,vo) Marcus Miller (b,bcl) Wah Wah Watson (g)

quarta-feira, 18 de março de 2015

Art Blakey Max Roach Elvin Jones Sunny Murray 1968 Copenhagen

# bateras feras.

Max Roach Quartet 1990

Max Roach, dr, voc Cecil Bridgewater, tp Odeon Pope, ts Tyron Brown, b

John Coltrane playing A Love Supreme Live

John Coltrane's masterwork, A Love Supreme, was only played once in live concert. This portion is the only surviving film of that 1965 performance.

Miles Davis/John Coltrane - Konserthuset Stockholm (1960 FULL CONCERT)

Charles Mingus - Live in Belgium,Norway & Sweden 1964.Full Concerts

Filmed in Belgium on April 19,1964. 00:00-00:45 Intro 00:46-05:33 So Long Eric 05:35-11:20 Peggy's Blue Skylight 11:23-32:03 Meditations On Integration.(Eric Dolphy on Bass Clarinet and Flute) Filmed in Norway on April 12.1964. 32:30-54:46 So Long Eric 56:30-1:11:40 Orange Was The Colour Of Her Dress,Then Blue Silk 1:13:53-1:16:20 Parkeriana 1:16:22-1:29:05 Take The "A" Train(Eric Dolphy on Bass Clarinet) Sweden 1:30:05-1:33:55 So Long Eric 1:34:02-1:52:35 Meditations On Integration (Eric Dolphy on Flute and Bass Clarinet) 1:52:40- 1:59:50 So Long Eric. Charles Mingus on Bass Eric Dolphy on Sax,Bass Clarinet and Flute Clifford Jordan on Tenor Sax Jaki Byard on Piano Dannie Richmond on Drums Johnny Coles on Trumpet

Charles Mingus Sextet feat. Eric Dolphy - Take the "A" Train [complete]

Take the "A" Train live on April 12, 1964 filmed in Norway Charles Mingus - Bass Eric Dolphy - Bass Clarinet Clifford Jordan - Tenor Sax Johnny Coles - Trumpet Jaki Byard - Piano Dannie Richmond - Drums

terça-feira, 17 de março de 2015

Baritone Sax Trio: Nick Brignola, Ronnie Cuber, Cecil Payne - Live in Berlin, Germany, Nov. 1985

Pepper Adams was suffering from cancer at the time of this unique performance, or else he may have taken part in this baritone sax extravaganza. "Battle of the Little Big Horns" part 1 of 2 Nick Brignola, Cecil Payne, Ronnie Cuber (baritone saxes); Junior Mance (piano); Rufus Reid (bass); Walter Bolden (dr); Ray Barretto (congas). Recorded live in Berlin, Germany, 1 November 1985. Nick Brignola kicks off the second tune -- "Body and Soul" -- followed by a Harry Carney tribute. ----------------------------- Pepper Adams Jazz -----------------------------

Supersax play Charlie Parker 1988

A loving re-creation of Charlie Parker's recorded version of 'Just Friends' by 'Supersax' lead by Med Flory at the North Sea Jazz Festival in 1988.

Arturo Sandoval & Paquito D´Rivera + Live TV Marti - Cuba

Arturo Sandoval & Paquito D´Rivera + Live TV Marti - Cuba

Quincy Jones & Toots Thielemans

Quincy Jones & Toots Thielemans Eyes Of Love Live In Montreux

Quincy Jones - Bluesette (feat.Toots Thielemans) Live at Budokan, 1981

Vocês deveriam pesquisar a gravação feita desta música Bluesette com a banda de Quincy Jones, Toots Thielemans, Take Six, Frank Rosolino e o Baterista brasileiro que era do trio do Dick Farney. Uma beleza de arranjo.

sexta-feira, 13 de março de 2015

Pat Metheny - Full Concert - 08/10/03 - Newport Jazz Festival (OFFICIAL)

Setlist: 0:00:00 - Into the Dream 0:05:04 - So It May Secretly Begin 0:11:36 - What Do You Want? 0:16:21 - Soul Cowboy 0:23:43 - Change Of Heart 0:31:33 - James 0:39:35 - Question and Answer

Marcus Miller - Montreux Jazz Festival 2013

I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THE CLIPS OR MUSIC. ALL RIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR RESPECTFUL OWNERS. This video is not intended to violate any Condition of Use. If you think it is violates your copyright and you wish the video to be removed immediately, please report at allenvahyan@gmail.com. ● Tracklist: - Dr. Jekyll Mr Hyde - Goree - My One And Only Love - Blast ● Personnel: - Marcus Miller - bass, bass clarinet - Alex Han - sax - Sean Jones - trumpet - Adam Agati - guitar - Brett Williams - keyboards - Louis Cato - drums

Santana • New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival 2014

Toussaint L'Overture Everybody's Everything Black Magic Woman / Gypsy Queen Oye como va (Tito Puente cover) Maria Maria Foo Foo Corazon espinado Incident at Neshabur Jingo Europa (Earth's Cry, Heaven's Smile) Batuka / No One to Depend On Chill Out (Sacalo) (Vargas Blues Band cover) Evil Ways / A Love Supreme Smooth / Dame tu amor Encore: Woodstock Chant Soul Sacrifice Saideira

quarta-feira, 4 de março de 2015

Clark Terry, morreu, aos 94 anos

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Réquiem para Clark Terry Mestre do trompete e do "flugel" morreu aos 94 anos por Luiz Orlando Carneiro Um dos grandes músicos de jazz de todos os tempos, Clark Terry, morreu, aos 94 anos, no último dia 21. Ele já estava afastado dos palcos e dos estúdios, sob o peso da idade, depois de longa luta contra o diabete. Quando chegou aos 85 anos em dezembro de 2005, comemorou a data, tocando o seu inseparável flugelhorn (o irmão mais gordo do trompete), numa grande festa musical na Universidade de New Hampshire, da qual era doutor honorário e professor adjunto desde 1988. No livro Guia de jazz em CD (Jorge Zahar, 2ª ed., 2002), que escrevi em parceria com J.D. Raffaelli, anotei: "Mestre do trompete e do flugelhorn - instrumento que introduziu no jazz - Terry tem um dos sons mais característicos e untuosos já produzidos nestes metais. Verdadeiro 'escultor' da massa sonora, não pode ser rotulado simplesmente como 'tradicional' ou bopper. Impõe sua arte melódica, cheia de swing, em qualquer situação. Tocou como sideman de Count Basie (1950-51) e de Duke Ellington (1951-59). Dos anos 60 em diante liderou diversos grupos, sempre brilhando nos clubes e festivais do mundo todo". Ouvi Clark Terry, ao vivo, pela última vez, em maio de 2005, no Village Vanguard (a subterrânea "catedral" do jazz de Nova York), na liderança de um quinteto (Mulgrew Miller, piano; Red Holloway, sax tenor; Sylvia Cuenca, bateria; Marcus McLaurie, baixo). E o sempre bem-humorado velhinho, mesmo refestelado numa cadeira, improvisava ainda com técnica e inventividade notáveis, embora sem o mesmo pique da época em que deu maior brilho à orquestra de Duke Ellington; em que gravou com Thelonious Monk o antológico disco In orbit (Riverside, 1958); ou quando participou de jam sessions registradas por Norman Granz em LPs da Pablo, na década de 70, ao lado de gigantes da estatura de Oscar Peterson. Quem assistiu à sua apresentação no Rio, no Free Jazz Festival de 1996, deve recordar que o então septuagenário músico entrou pela madrugada soprando e dedilhando o trompete ou o "flug", com empolgação idêntica à dos muito mais jovens David Glasser (sax alto), Sylvia Cuenca e Willie Pickens (piano). Dos álbuns gravados por Clark Terry nos últimos 15 anos, destaco dois: One on one(Chesky, 1999) e a reinterpretação dos arranjos escritos por Gil Evans especialmente para Miles Davis, no fim da década de 50, de árias da ópera Porgy and Bess, de Gershwin. No primeiro álbum, o pistonista improvisa sobre 14 temas bem conhecidos (entre os quaisMisty, Blue Monk, Intimacy of the blues), em duo com outros tantos pianistas de renome, veteranos, maduros e jovens, entre eles Barry Harris, Sir Roland Hanna, Marian McPartland, Tommy Flanagan, Billy Taylor.A recriação de Porgy and Bess, de Evans-Miles Davis, pela Chicago Jazz Orchestra, sob a regência de Jeff Lindberg, com Terry refazendo a seu jeito (e no flugel, não no trompete) o papel do ex-discípulo e protegido, foi lançado, em 2004, pelo selo A440 Music Group. John McDonough concedeu cinco estrelas ao CD, em resenha para a Down Beat (fevereiro 2005). E comentou: "Não se trata de uma imitação do original; é uma alternativa de um dos poucos músicos da geração de Davis que igualava sua reputação, e que ainda atua no nível mais alto (de criatividade)". Nem simplesmente um tradicionalista, nem apenas um músico representativo da transição entre o swing e o bebop, Clark Terry era timeless. E sua obra é contemporânea, porque resiste ao teste do tempo.

domingo, 1 de março de 2015

Cantaloupe Island featuring Herbie Hancock / Blue Note Concert Live - HD

Cantaloupe Island is a jazz standard composed by Herbie Hancock. It was one of the first examples of a modal jazz composition set to a funky beat Featuring Freddie Hubbard, Joe Henderson, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams

Santana • New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival 2014

Chris Botti in Boston, 2008.

Chris Botti in Boston features trumpeter Chris Botti along with a bevy of name artists performing live with the Boston Pops Orchestra at Symphony Hall in 2008. Fully documented as a concert film and album, the night is an intimate and soulful birds-eye view of the supple-toned trumpeter who has grown into his role as a virtuoso since his time backing up Sting -- who of course appears here. Perhaps it isn't surprising then the concert is subtly reminiscent of Sting's own classic coming of age concert moment Bring on the Night. If Sting's 1986 show was an attempt to reintroduce himself to the world as a pop-cum-jazz artist, then Botti's 2008 show is clearly a showcase for the one-time smooth jazz wunderkind to fully represent himself as the eye of his own crossover storm. Having never fully embraced the synthetic vibe of the smooth jazz sound, Botti has spent his time since 2004's massively popular When I Fall in Love creating his own organic, acoustic and "straight-ahead" crossover jazz. In the context of contemporary smooth jazz, Botti's retro-gesture is actually kind of innovative. Clearly owing a heavy debt to legendary trumpeter Miles Davis, Botti not only surrounds himself with the elegant, live Boston Pops Orchestra, but has hired some of the most heavy-hitting rhythm section players on the scene with drummer Billy Kilson, bassist Robert Hurst, pianist Billy Childs, guitarist Mark Whitfield, and others. The result clearly pulls much inspiration from Davis' work with Gil Evans -- he even plays "Flamenco Sketches" -- but never seems to belabor the comparison. Similarly, Botti's choice of guest artists including vocalist Josh Groban, violinist Lucia Micarelli, and even rocker Steven Tyler always appears genuinely considered based on Botti's own musical taste. And although pairing the elegant cellist Yo-Yo Ma with Botti is somewhat of a no-brainer, their work together here, much like the entire concert itself, is never less than breathtaking. 1. "Ave Maria" Johann Sebastian Bach, Charles Gounod 2. "When I Fall in Love" Victor Young, Edward Heyman 3. "Caruso" Lucio Dalla 4. "Seven Days" (feat. Sting and Dominic Miller) Sting 5. "Broken Vow" (feat. Josh Groban) Lara Fabian, Walter Afanasieff 6. "Flamenco Sketches" Miles Davis, Bill Evans 7. "Hallelujah" Leonard Cohen 8. "I've Got You Under My Skin" (feat. Katharine McPhee) Cole Porter 9. "Cinema Paradiso" (feat. Yo-Yo Ma) Andrea Morricone, Ennio Morricone 10. "The Look of Love" (feat. Sy Smith) Burt Bacharach, Hal David 11. "Emmanuel" (feat. Lucia Micarelli) Michel Colombier 12. "Glad to Be Unhappy" (feat. John Mayer) Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart 13. "Cryin'" (feat. Steven Tyler) Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Taylor Rhodes 14. "Smile" (feat. Steven Tyler) Charlie Chaplin, John Turner, Geoffrey Parsons 15. "Indian Summer" Mark Goldenberg 16. "Shape of My Heart" (feat. Sting and Josh Groban) Sting, Dominic Miller 17. "If I Ever Lose My Faith in You" (feat. Sting and Dominic Miller) Sting 18. "Time to Say Goodbye" Francesco Sartori, Lucio Quarantott Música