*  Eugene Wright - Wikipedia
... in particular on the group's most famous album, Time Out (1959), with pianist Brubeck, drummer Joe Morello and alto saxophonist ... mannered jazz. In addition to Brubeck, Wright has played with many jazz stars, including Count Basie, Charlie Parker, Billie ... Eugene Joseph Wright (born May 29, 1923), nicknamed The Senator, is an American jazz bassist, best known for his work as a ... Hall, F. It's about Time: Dave Brubeck (p). University of Arkansas Press. p. 85. ISBN 9781610752107. Retrieved 2015-11-20. ...
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*  Milestones (Miles Davis album) - Wikipedia
... "a seminal album that helped shape jazz history." The Penguin Guide to Jazz selected the album as part of its suggested "Core ... Tenor saxophonist John Coltrane's return to Davis' group in 1958 coincided with the "modal phase" albums: Milestones and Kind ... These modal techniques were continued and expanded on the groundbreaking album Kind of Blue. It was also the last time the ... Milestones (CL 1193) is a studio album by American jazz trumpeter and composer Miles Davis, recorded with his "first great ...
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*  First Place Again - Wikipedia
First Place Again is the second album led by American jazz saxophonist Paul Desmond featuring performances recorded in 1959 ... Allmusic awarded the album 3½ stars stating "Desmond, of course, being at that time the king of melodic improvisation on the ... "Time After Time" (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn) - 6:13 "Susie" (Paul Desmond) - 3:49 Bonus track on CD reissue Paul Desmond - alto ... 1950-1959 accessed February 29, 2016 Berry, S. Jim Hall discography accessed February 29, 2016 Jurek, Thom. First Place Again ...
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*  Change of the Century - Wikipedia
Change of the Century is the fourth studio album by jazz saxophonist Ornette Coleman, released on Atlantic Records in 1960, his ... Lou Reed considered it to be the best album of all time. All compositions by Ornette Coleman Ornette Coleman - alto saxophone ... Swenson, J. (Editor) (1985). The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide. USA: Random House/Rolling Stone. p. 45. ISBN 0-394-72643-X. ... "Lou Reed Creates a List of the 10 Best Records of All Time". Open Culture. Open Culture. Retrieved 27 January 2018. ...
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*  Left Alone (song) - Wikipedia
Waldon frequently performed the song for albums, often with tenor saxophonist Johnny Griffin (who also played on the Left Alone ... album). Version are included in Mal: Live 4 to 1 (1971), Like Old Times (1976), Left Alone '86 (1986), Into the Light (1989), ... "Left Alone" is a jazz song written by singer Billie Holiday, and pianist/composer Mal Waldron and published by E.B. Marks. This ... Holiday had intended to record the song a number of times but "always forget the damned sheet music." However, Waldron himself ...
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*  Vito Price - Wikipedia
Vito Price (born Vito Pizzo: 1929) is an American jazz saxophonist. He is best known for his album Swingin' the Loop recorded ... A 7" single was released with Time After Time as the A side, and Swingin' the Loops as side B (Argo Records 5307). Swinging The ... Time After Time (2:55) Beautiful Love (3:15) Credo(3:12) As Long As I Live (4:25) Vito Price - tenor saxophone Lou Levy - piano ... His second leadership album was 'S Wonderful released in 2003. Swingin' the Loop (according to the sleeve, or Swinging the Loop ...
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*  Ed Summerlin - Wikipedia
... was an American jazz saxophonist, composer, and educator known for pioneering Liturgical jazz, avant-garde jazz, and free jazz ... Petersburg Times. May 26, 1962. p. 9-D. Whitney, Elizabeth. "It's a Worship Service in Jazz". The St. Petersburg Times. May 30 ... Summerlin preceded that landmark album with a number of sacred jazz compositions in 1959. Lavietes, Stuart. "Edgar Summerlin, ... "Jazz in the Church?". The St. Petersburg Times. February 27, 1960. pp. 1D and 12D. Vandenberg, Jack (UPI). "Jazz Liturgical ...
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*  Ben Webster Meets Oscar Peterson - Wikipedia
... studio album featuring a jazz trio, led by the Canadian jazz pianist Oscar Peterson, with the tenor saxophonist Ben Webster. ... Not only a definite first-disc choice for Webster newcomers, but one of the jazz legend's all-time great records." "The Touch ... to reassure Peterson fans worried about scant solo time for their hero, the pianist lays down a healthy number of extended runs ... Ben Webster Meets Oscar Peterson is a 1959 (see 1959 in music) ...
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*  Manager: Jazz composer, pianist Dave Brubeck dies - Entertainment - The Columbus Dispatch - Columbus, OH
AP) -- Jazz composer and pianist Dave Brubeck, whose pioneering style in pieces such as 'Take Five' caught listeners' ears with ... and is still among the best-selling jazz albums of all time. It opens with Blue Rondo a la Turk in 9/8 time -- nine beats to ... It was composed by Brubeck's longtime saxophonist, Paul Desmond. "When you start out with goals -- mine were to play ... The album also features Take Five -- in 5/4 time -- which became the Quartet's signature theme and even made the Billboard ...
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*  John Coltrane - Wikipedia
He is one of the most dominant influences on post-1960 jazz saxophonists and has inspired an entire generation of jazz ... Coltrane recorded many albums for Prestige under his own name at this time, but Monk refused to record for his old label.[ ... 1945: 7 The History of Jazz and the Jazz Musicians - The Jazz Sipper Group. Books.google.com. 2013-03-13. p. 188. Retrieved ... the recent developments in modal jazz, and the burgeoning free jazz movement. John Gilmore, a longtime saxophonist with ...
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*  Eddie Costa - Wikipedia
Fraser, C. Gerald (February 17, 1988) "Al Cohn, 62, a Jazz Saxophonist, Arranger and Partner of Zoot Sims". The New York Times ... appearances on Gunther Schuller's Third Stream album Jazz Abstractions, a series of small-group recordings with saxophonist ... In 1957 he was chosen as Down Beat jazz critics' new star on piano and vibes - the first time that one artist won two ... Costa was often in recording studios as a sideman around this time: he appeared on approximately 20 albums in both 1956 and ...
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*  The Legendary Buster Smith - Wikipedia
... alto saxophonist Buster Smith put together a band to perform a session of Jazz pieces. The album was recorded in a single ... The album was digitally remastered, remixed and produced in 1999 and released for the first time on compact disc on October 19 ... The Legendary Buster Smith is the debut and only solo album released by saxophonist Buster Smith, recorded and released in 1959 ... The album features five original compositions by Smith, alongside versions of "September Song" by Kurt Weill and "Organ ...
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*  Groovin' with Golson - Wikipedia
Groovin' with Golson is the sixth album by saxophonist Benny Golson featuring performances recorded in 1959 and originally ... "I Didn't Know What Time It Was" (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers) - 5:25 "The Stroller" - 9:18 "Yesterdays" (Otto Harbach, Jerome ... released on the New Jazz label. The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow states, "the hard bop music does indeed groove in its own ...
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*  Dave Brubeck Had Strong Bay Area Roots | News Fix | KQED News
... and is still among the best-selling jazz albums of all time. It opens with "Blue Rondo a la Turk" in 9/8 time - nine beats to ... It was composed by Brubeck's longtime saxophonist, Paul Desmond.. "When you start out with goals - mine were to play ... The album also features "Take Five" - in 5/4 time - which became the Quartet's signature theme and even made the Billboard ... The seminal album "Time Out," released by the quartet in 1959, was the first ever million-selling jazz LP, ...
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*  Reflections (Steve Lacy album) - Wikipedia
... sometimes at the same time. For this CD reissue (a straight reproduction of the original New Jazz LP), Lacy teams up with ... The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4½ stars stating "All of soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy's early recordings ... Reflections (subtitled Steve Lacy Plays Thelonious Monk) is the second album by Steve Lacy which was released on the Prestige ... According to biographer Robin Kelley, this was the first album devoted entirely to Monk's music recorded by another artist.) ...
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*  The Bridge (Sonny Rollins album) - Wikipedia
The Bridge is a studio album by jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins, recorded in 1962. It was Rollins' first release following a ... It has also been issued many times in other formats, for example as an audiophile LP with 45 rpm (Classic Records, 2000). It is ... "one of the greatest albums from one of jazz's greatest musicians". It is one of the albums for which the long-active and ... The album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2015. The album was re-released in 1976 in Japan and 1977 in the U.S. It ...
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*  Mingus Ah Um - Wikipedia
It was his first album recorded for Columbia. The cover features a painting by S. Neil Fujita. The Penguin Guide to Jazz on CD ... to saxophonist Lester Young (who had died shortly before the album was recorded). The origin and nature of "Boogie Stop Shuffle ... " is self-explanatory: a twelve-bar blues with four themes and a boogie bass backing that passes from stop time to shuffle and ... "Mingus Ah Um Jazz Music Album - Charles Mingus Ah Um Review". About. Retrieved 19 December 2014. Wolfgang Doebeling (29 October ...
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*  Nostalgia in Times Square - Wikipedia
Nostalgia in Times Square is an album by American jazz saxophonist Jemeel Moondoc, which was recorded in 1985 and released on ... The album was received as a move inside the tradition. The Penguin Guide to Jazz says that "is interesting for the addition of ... recorded by the bassist on the album Jazz Portraits: Mingus in Wonderland and reprised as "Strollin'," with a vocal by Honi ... The Penguin Guide to Jazz on CD. The Penguin Guide to Jazz (6th ed.). London: Penguin. p. 1061. ISBN 0140515216. ...
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*  Chet (Chet Baker album) - Wikipedia
It contains 9 ballads (additional bonus track on CD version) played in the styles of Hard Bop to Cool Jazz. The album is ... The Chambers-Evans-Jones rhythm section was known at the time for their work with trumpeter Miles Davis. The Allmusic review by ... saxophonist Pepper Adams, pianist Bill Evans, guitarist Kenny Burrell, bassist Paul Chambers, and either Connie Kay or Philly ... Chet, sometimes subtitled The Lyrical Trumpet of Chet Baker, is an album by jazz trumpeter Chet Baker (1929-1988). Chet ...
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*  Sam Most - Wikipedia
... clarinetist and tenor saxophonist, based in Los Angeles. He was "probably the first great jazz flutist," according to jazz ... recorded four albums, including Solo Flute. He was the guest of and played for the King of Thailand three times. He was the ... pioneering jazz flutist". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2013-06-16. AllMusic.com Bio by Scott Yanow "Sam Most, Jazz Flutist ( ... Any Time Any Season (1987) Simply Flute (2008) Solo Flute (2009) Organic Flute (2010) A Time for Love - Most, Alcivar (2012) ...
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*  Nat Adderley - Wikipedia
He was an innovator in the popularization of soul jazz and was one of the most prolific jazz artists of his time, recording ... Cannonball rose to higher fame, joining the Miles Davis sextet alongside John Coltrane in time to record the album Kind of Blue ... Nat Adderley (November 25, 1931 - January 2, 2000) was an American jazz trumpeter. He was the brother of saxophonist Julian " ... "Nat Adderley, Jazz Cornetist, Is Dead at 68". The New York Times. January 4, 2000. Retrieved 21 September 2010. Logan, Wendell ...
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*  Eric Nisenson - Wikipedia
... which focuses on the inspiration behind the landmark album; and a biography of saxophonist Sonny Rollins called Open Sky: Sonny ... At the time of his death he was working on a biography of pianist Dave Brubeck and a study of Brazilian music and culture. ... Nisenson became a lifelong lover of jazz at the age of 15, when he listened to trumpeter Miles Davis's 1959 album Kind of Blue ... By the time Round About Midnight: A Portrait of Miles Davis was published in 1982, however, the friendship had ended (Davis was ...
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*  Wynton Kelly - Wikipedia
On 1959's Kind of Blue, often mentioned as the best-selling jazz album ever, Kelly replaced Bill Evans on the track "Freddie ... Light, Alan (January 27, 2010) "All-Time 100 Albums: Kind of Blue". Time. Kurtz, Alan "The Dozens: The Golden Anniversary of ... Adderley, the alto saxophonist in the band, related how Kelly came to replace Red Garland on piano: Davis had admired Kelly's ... Kelly was much in demand as a sideman for recordings, and appeared on albums by most of the major jazz leaders in the late ...
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*  Porgy and Bess - Wikipedia
... saxophonist Joe Henderson recorded jazz arrangements on the album Porgy & Bess with the participation of several eminent jazz ... The album was highly acclaimed as a giant step in recorded opera in its time. It was re-released at budget price on the Odyssey ... The album was released on Riviera, and re-released by Universal in 2000 as part of their Jazz in Paris series.[citation needed ... is heard on the 1951 album, and the "Occupational Humoresque", heard on the 2006 album, is not heard on the 1951 album at all. ...
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*  Dick Charlesworth - Wikipedia
Richard Anthony "Dick" Charlesworth (8 January 1932 - 15 April 2008) was an English jazz clarinettist, saxophonist and ... This was the time when light jazz was popular in the British charts as typified by Acker Bilk and Kenny Ball, also attired in ... Charlesworth's group was signed by the Melodisc label, and they recorded an EP in December 1957 and produced an album for Doug ... He bought a clarinet and started playing jazz as a hobby in 1952-53. He was entirely self-taught, but became good enough to ...
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