Paris All-Star Blues featuring Jay McShann - A Tribute To Charlie Parker album flac
Jumpin’ The Blues is from the 1997 Jay McShann album, Hootie’s Jumpin’ Blues forn Stony Plain Records - music composed by Charlie Parker, Jay McShann.
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Recorded June 13, 1989 at La Grande Halle, La Villette, Paris, France - Halle That Jazz 89: Charlie Parker a Paris. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
This is the guy who discovered Charlie Parker and with whom Bird made his initial recordings. I know the term all-star is probably overused but what else could you say to describe a band that includes guys that built their foundation on Parker's playing such as Phil Woods, Jimmy Heath and James Moody, let alone the pre-Parker great, Benny Carter. what about such names as Al Grey, Clark Terry, Mel Lewis, Sahib Shihab, the young lion (at that time) Terrence Blanchard, arranger Ernie Wilkins, and, to me, a very under rated blues singer, Ernie Andrews. Recently watching a Brasilian TV channel of music, I had a good luck to see a French production video "Paris All Star Blues:A Tribute" featuring Jay McShann and all those cats. Antonio Fabio Corte Real São Paulo Brasil.
Charles Parker Jr. (August 29, 1920 – March 12, 1955), also known as Yardbird and Bird, was an American jazz saxophonist and composer. Parker was a highly influential jazz soloist and a leading figure in the development of bebop, a form of jazz characterized by fast tempos, virtuosic technique and advanced harmonies.
Charlie Parker With Jay McShann And His Orchestra - Early Bird (Stash). Jay McShann Orchestra Featuring Charlie Parker - Early Bird (Spotlight). Jay McShann - The Early Bird Charlie Parker, 1941-1943: Jazz Heritage Series (MCA). The Complete Birth Of The Bebop (Stash). Charlie Parker - Broadcast Performances, Vol. 2 (ESP). Jazz At The Philharmonic - . At Carnegie Hall 1949 (Pablo). Rara Avis Avis, Rare Bird (Stash).
Paris All-Star Blues featuring Jay McShann – A Tribute To Charlie Parker (CD). Archie shepp - bird fire: a tribute to charlie parker new vinyl. A Tribute to Charlie Parker: Birdmen & Birdsongs - Vol. 2 (DVD, 2004) EXCELLENT.
Blues from Kansas City. This CD surpasses all former collections of pianist Jay McShann's early recordings, for it is comprised of every commercial side made by McShann during 1941-1943, including 11 delightful, if rarely heard, trio and quartet numbers (featuring McShann, bassist Gene Ramey, and drummer Gus Johnson), along with four lesser-known vocals by the limited but talented Walter Brown that are normally skipped. The result is as complete a musical picture of Jay McShann's early piano style and his orchestra (at least how they sounded in the studios) as is possible. However, McShann is clearly the main star of this definitive set by the last of the great Kansas City swing big bands.
Read about Hootie Blues by Charlie Parker, Jay McShann and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. We don‘t have an album for this track yet. View all albums by this artist. I Got It Bad. Charlie Parker, Jay McShann.
Dancing in the Dark (Dietz, Schwartz). Dewey's Square (Parker). Lover Man (Davis, Ramirez, Sherman). Perdido (Drake, Lengsselder, Tizol). Charlie Watts, a charter member of the Rolling Stones and an OK jazz drummer, financed a few jazz projects during the 1980s and '90s. This particular set - a tribute to Charlie Parker that features a quintet, vocalist Bernard Fowler (who sings "Lover Man" and adds some narration about Parker's life), six strings, harp, and oboe - has renditions of seven songs associated with Bird. Altoist Peter King is easily the solo star, trumpeter Gerard Presencer is decent but not on the same level, and pianist Brian Lemon also gets in some spots; Watts stays in the background. This well-intentioned program is well worth acquiring and its highlights include versions of "Just Friends," "Dewey Square," and "Perdido.
Jay McShann & Charlie Parker - Dexter Blues, 02:59. Jay McShann & Charlie Parker - Dexter Blues Jay McShann & Charlie Parker - Dexter Blues Jay McShann & Charlie Parker - Dexter Blues Jay McShann & Charlie Parker - Dexter Blues Jay McShann & Charlie Parker - Dexter Blues Jay McShann & Charlie Parker - Dexter Blues. Jay McShann & His Orchestra (feat. Jay McShann & Charlie Parker Hootie's Ignorant Oil. Jay McShann & Charlie Parker - Hootie's Ignorant Oil Jay McShann & Charlie Parker - Hootie's Ignorant Oil Jay McShann & Charlie Parker - Hootie's Ignorant Oil Jay McShann & Charlie Parker - Hootie's Ignorant Oil Jay McShann & Charlie Parker - Hootie's Ignorant Oil Jay McShann & Charlie Parker - Hootie's Ignorant Oil. 02:43. Jay McShann & Charlie Parker One Woman's Man.
|1||The Jumpin' Blues||5:44|
|3||I'm Just A Lucky So & So||3:51|
|4||Lonely Boy Blues||5:26|
|6||Say Forward , I'll March||3:57|
|8||Swingin' The Blues||7:36|
|9||Confessin' The Blues||4:33|
|10||Have You Ever Had THe Blues||4:34|
|12||Vine Street Boogie||10:09|
- Recorded At – La Grande Halle-La Villette
- Alto Saxophone – Benny Carter, Phil Woods
- Baritone Saxophone – Sahib Shihab
- Bass – Jimmy Woode
- Bass Trombone – Marc Steckar
- Conductor, Arranged By – Ernie Wilkins
- Drums – Mel Lewis
- Lead Vocals – Ernie Andrews (tracks: 8 omitted)
- Liner Notes – Ed Berger
- Piano – Jay McShann
- Producer – John Snyder
- Tenor Saxophone – Hal Singer, Jimmy Heath
- Tenor Saxophone, Voice – James Moody
- Trombone – Jimmy Wilkins
- Trumpet – Carmell Jones, Terence Blanchard, Tony Russo
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Voice – Clark Terry
NotesRecorded June 13, 1989 at La Grande Halle, La Villette, Paris, France -
Halle That Jazz 89: Charlie Parker a Paris
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 42282 08332
|5052-2-C||Paris All-Star Blues featuring Jay McShann||Paris All-Star Blues featuring Jay McShann - A Tribute To Charlie Parker (CD)||Musicmasters||5052-2-C||US||1991|