ARKIVJAZZ RECOMMENDED CLASSIC JAZZ ALBUMS ARKIVJAZZ RECOMMENDED MODERN JAZZ ALBUMS DownBeat Featured Albums - January 2020 DownBeat Featured Albums - February 2020 Best of 2019 DownBeat Featured Albums - March 2020 DownBeat Featured Albums - April 2020 Blue Note Vinyl.
It was No 1 on the BBC’s 50 greatest jazz albums poll in 2016, No 12 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 50 greatest albums of all time and even, bizarrely, featured in VH1’s “100.
The Real McCoy (Blue Note, 1967) One of the most influential pianists in modern jazz, McCoy Tyner’s prolific career as both leader and sideman has produced some of the most indispensable recordings in jazz, largely due to his tenure with John Coltrane. Known for his characteristic “quartal” voicings (chords built on intervals of fourths.When I got into buying Jazz (and my tastes were focused on the Jazz greats of the 40s-50s-60s, so there were a goodly amount of Blue Note in there), I was buying the standard top Jazz Albums (y'know, the ones that are on all the 'top 100 jazz albums' list), but I was also getting a lot of the 'best of' or 'complete recordings'. Being in a CD club at the time helped.ARKIVJAZZ RECOMMENDED CLASSIC JAZZ ALBUMS ARKIVJAZZ RECOMMENDED MODERN JAZZ ALBUMS DownBeat Featured Albums - January 2020 DownBeat Featured Albums - February 2020 Best of 2019 DownBeat Featured Albums - March 2020 DownBeat Featured Albums - April 2020 Blue Note Vinyl Nashville Tornado Relief.
BeBop grew and was perfected in New York City in the early to late 1940s. This was the time period of 78rpm singles not albums, therefore most of the “Greatest BeBop Jazz Albums” are classic album compilations of the Blue Note, Savoy, Dial and Mus.
Some of our staff have picked out essential albums from Blue Note Records that should satisfy both the purist and the newcomer to go along with Sonos Studio’s brilliant exhibition celebrating the label's 75th anniversary. A bit about Blue Note’s history: The label was in 1939 by Alfred Lion and Max Margulis, getting its name from the “blue notes” of blues and jazz, or notes sung a bit.
Mobley s sensitive, introverted understatements made him an ideal counterpart to Miles Davis, with whom he played in 1961-2. Drug convictions cut short his stint with Davis, but Mobley soon returned to the jazz scene. Beginning in 1965, he recorded a string of albums for Blue Note, as well as recording and touring with various bands. Mobley.
His albums A New Perspective and I’m Tryin’ to Get Home found him collaborating with a chorus of vocalists in ways few other jazz bandleaders had before, but in the ’70s he embraced fusion proper, delivering Blue Note Records’ then best-selling album of all time in 1973 with Black Byrd and later getting even spacier with records like Stepping Into Tomorrow.
Soul-Jazz, which was the most popular jazz style of the 1960s, differs from bebop and hard bop (from which it originally developed) in that the emphasis is on the rhythmic groove. Although soloists follow the chords as in bop, the basslines (often played by an organist if not a string bassist) dance rather than stick strictly to a four-to-the bar walking pattern. The musicians build their.
Over the years, many jazz labels and their designers cultivated a particular look for their albums, whether it be Reid Miles’ cool graphics and typography for Blue Note in the ’50s, photographer Lee Friedlander’s distinctive portraits for Atlantic in the ’60s, the color images of Pete Turner for CTI in the ’70s, or the stark design aesthetic that Barbara Wojirsch has developed with.
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The legendary NYC jazz club Birdland was sacred ground for drummer Art Blakey who recorded three live albums for Blue Note at the venue between 1954 and 1960: A Night at Birdland, At the Jazz Corner of the World, and Meet You At The Jazz Corner of the World. This last date featured one of the greatest lineups of Blakey’s powerhouse outfit The.
Kind Of Blue - Miles Davis While it is one of the top selling jazz albums of all time, many consider this to be THE best jazz album of all time. This may be because this unrehearsed recording session from 1959 marks a great turning point in jazz history as well as showcasing the top form of some legendary musicians. Miles showed up to the Columbia recording studio with some rough melodies and.
Digital Dream Door's 100 Greatest Jazz Vocalist Albums. List of the greatest albums by jazz vocalists NOTE: Includes live albums.
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