Apr 30 2013, 10:34 di Berud
Mag 26 2012, 5:17 di kmullinThis is a list of hard bop and hard boppish albums. Recently, i’ve been feeling for hard bop – especially albums i havent really listened to much. And, i’m hoping to learn something.
Many are prototypical hard bop. Some are marginally hard bop. And, some are more post-bop, whatever that means. Some are somewhat cool (as in cool jazz), others somewhat soul jazz. And, sometimes free jazz creeps in. In other words, they kinda make up the mainstream trends in jazz and are mostly hard boplike. But, you should always let the music speak for itself – this is just for fun. (Theres not really any fusion here.)
Many of the albums are classic. Most are major works of art and craft. I dont know if i dig all the albums, but most are pretty good. If you check out about a quarter of these albums, you’ll get a real good idea of what hardbop is if it’s anything at all.
This is a long list because jazz is big. There are top 10 or top 100 lists, but this is a mother. …
Ago 19 2009, 14:59 di UhwelluhTwo hours of Basie related music, along with interview clips from Ralph Gleason's 1968 Jazz Casual. Next week-- songs of the islands.
Swing Plus #72
8/18/09 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
1-Handful of Keys – Count Basie
2-Untitled Blues – Count Basie
3-Lovin’ That Man – Hattie North & Count Basie
4-Interview pt 1 – Ralph Gleason
5-Milenberg Joys – Bennie Moten
6-Prince of Wails – Bennie Moten
7-Basie’s Morning Bluesicale – Buck Clayton
8-Blues for Basie – Johnny Hodges
9-Lester’s Dream – Benny Goodman
10-As Long As I Live – Benny Goodman
11-Interview pt 2 – Ralph Gleason
12-It Counts A Lot – Sam Donahue
13-Blue Lester – Lester Young
14-Six Cats & a Prince – Kansas City Seven
15-Basie’s Deep Fry – Capp-Pierce Juggernaut
16-A Bit of Basie – Art Pepper
17-Interview pt 3 – Ralph Gleason
18-One O’Clock Jump – Count Basie
19-Two O’Clock Jump – Harry James
20-Count Me In – Al Cohn
21-Basie-Like – Basie Alumni
22-Interview pt 4 – Ralph Gleason
Ago 15 2009, 16:56 di UhwelluhTwo hours of canine connected tunes. Next week - a tribute to Count Basie.
Swing Plus #71
8/11/09 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
1-Walkin’ the Dog – Claude Hopkins
2-Afternoon in a Doghouse – Eddie Lockjaw Davis
3-Doggin’ Man Blues – Fats Navarro
4-Spotted Dog – Johnny Hodges & Wild Bill Davis
5-French Poodle – Sam Butera & the Witnesses
6-Yellow Dog Blues – Cat Anderson
7-The Cat & the Dog – Harry Reser
8-Yard Dog Mazurka – Jimmie Lunceford
9-That Doggone Dog of Mine – The Three Keys
10-Beatin’ the Dog – Joe Venuti
11-New Dog Blues – Ingrid Lucia and the Flying Neutrinos
12-Double Doghouse – Brick Fleagle
13-Salty Dog – Jelly Roll Morton
14-Mama Will Bark – Frank Sinatra
15-Doggin’ Around – Count Basie Jam
16-Our Hour (The Puppy Love Song) – Spike Jones
17-Yard Dog – Roy Eldridge
18-Blood Hound Blues – Red Allen
19-Concerto for Dog House – Pete Rugolo
20-Growling Dog – Harlem Hamfats
21-Li’l Dog – Buddy Johnson
Mag 10 2007, 9:32 di mec1http://panther1.last.fm/avatar/3c402965842ac2fc1dfc7c20d0ddb677.gif
so anyway when the mixtape ends, do you flip the cassette and listen to the mix you made again?
Or, do you cypher freeform on some next other level?
_ progressing from one node to the next like Art Blakey to Art Pepper. flying unencumbered and at peace with expressive nuance of unknowing....
Ott 19 2006, 20:44 di eiryelio
Lug 6 2006, 5:55 di UhwelluhHarry James, Compact Jazz--nice sampler of later stuff recorded for MGM, 1959-1964, ranging from Dixieland revival to Basie-swing to slightly more progessive arrangements. Complements the Verve Jazz Masters 55 cd (drawn from the same time period) nicely since only overlaps on one tune. Harry sounds in good form, especially on Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most.
Gil Evans, Great Jazz Standards--wow, after one listen this is probably my favorite Evans recording (even beating out the collabs with Davis). He tackles Davenport Blues & Chant of the Weed with respect, if not reverence. The version of Straight No Chaser is a riot (& interpolates quotes from American Patrol, etc). None of the solos stand out to me yet, but am sure I'll be listening to this again soon. And lo & behold, Pacific decided to reissue this & its sister session on one disc recently. Tempted to get that for the likely cleaner sound.
Newport at 50--sampler drawn from Columbia recordings at Newport Jazz festival 1956-1963. …
Apr 9 2006, 21:48 di outsounds
Feb 9 2006, 22:49 di deanchristesenI'm getting ready to go to college next year to study jazz, and I'm trying to get a head start - especially so I can do really well on my auditions coming up in the next few weeks.
As a drummer, they start you off in college with bop, which I've already been working on. That's pretty much what most people think when they think jazz, so of course that's what I've been playing. This includes a lot of my favorite stuff, like Miles Davis Quintet, Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers, Art Pepper, Dizzy Gillespie, Clifford Brown, and so on. Drummers especially include Philly Joe Jones, Max Roach, Roy Haynes, and so on.
I've lately come to realize that, for the most part, the only reason you study bop is to get to new modern jazz, which is much more freeform. I was advised by my new drum teacher to pick a bunch of albums, so I started with Chick Corea's Now He Sings, Now He Sobs, with Roy Haynes on drums. This is really my first taste of jazz this freeform. …