Top Albums More Formats No results were found for that selection. Why Can't We Live Together. Funky Me. People Are Changin'. Tracklisting: 1. Dexterity 2. Stablemates 3. Easy to Love 4. Visitation 5. John Paul Jones 6. The first six selections feature Chambers with pianist Kenny Drew, drummer Philly Joe Jones and on four numbers the immortal tenor saxophonist John Coltrane.
This somewhat obscure date includes such jazz standards as "Dexterity" and "Stablemates" along with "Easy to Love" and three straightahead group originals. Coltrane dominates the numbers he is on although his sound was not quite mature yet.
The final three numbers not on the original LP are listed on the set as being from April 20, but logic says that it must be exactly a year later. Chambers, Jones and Coltrane welcome two young musicians recently transplanted from Detroit: baritonist Pepper Adams and trombonist Curtis Fuller. In addition, pianist Roland Alexander is on the lengthy "Trane's Strain. Saturday, 19 December James Brown Tribute James Brown Tribute. Three for the Festival 2. Moon Song 3. A Sack Full of Soul 4.
The Haunted Melody 5. Blues for Alice [Master Take] 7. We Free Kings 8. Some Kind of Love The assembled quartet provides an ample balance of bop and soul compliments to Kirk's decidedly individual polyphonic performance style. His inimitable writing and arranging techniques develop into some great originals, as well as personalize the chosen cover tunes.
With a nod to the contemporary performance style of John Coltrane, as well as a measure of his influences -- most notably Clifford Brown and Sidney Bechet -- Kirk maneuvers into and out of some inspiring situations. The album's title LP is a Kirk original, based on the melody of the Christmas hymn "We Three Kings. An example is the highly touted cover of Charlie Parker's "Blues for Alice. The almost irreverent manner in which he fuses blues and soul music into the otherwise bop-driven arrangements is striking.
Freddie Redd "Shades Of Redd". Freddie Redd. Sam Jones ''The Soul Society''. On four of the eight selections on the reissue of his Riverside set, Jones is well featured on bass while the other four numbers find him playing very effective cello. The uncredited arrangements for the groups are uniformly excellent and there is solo space for cornetist Nat Adderley, trumpeter Blue Mitchell, Jimmy Heath on tenor, baritonist Charles Davis, and pianist Bobby Timmons. He is likely best known for his work with Cannonball Adderleybut also spent several years working with Oscar Peterson and Cedar Walton and recorded with Bill Evans in the s.
His career primarily revolved around the New York City jazz scene. Thursday, 17 December Pat Martino ''Consciousness''. Impressions 2. Consciousness 3. Passata on Guitar 4.
Along Came Betty 5. Willow 6. On the Stairs 7. Both Sides Now 8. Along Came Betty alt. Mostly quartet recordings for the brilliant guitarist. I have listened many, many times to this version of Impression. Martino immediately sets the atmosphere with the stark moody intro. And then he drives his solos with impeccable technique and flow, and the true Martino jazz guitar sound.
He used really heavy gauged strings a distance from the neck no rattlingand thick hard plectrums, all Album) part in creating this sound. But Martino knows everything about creating inversions and substitutions etc, to keep the flow all the time. Also great comping by the band. Highly recommended! By Jazz Organ Fan. Little Barefoot Soul, A 2. Walkin'-Wadin'-Sittin'-Ridin' 3. Little One 4. Cut Me Loose Charlie 5. Ain't Thinkin' 'Bout It 6.
Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen 7. Chun-King 8. Walking Death 9. O Grande Amor Gettin' It Togetha' The first date was actually the pianist's debut for the label, and it nearly didn't take place at all, Show Me Tenderness - Timmy Thomas - The Magician (Vinyl. A quintet session suddenly turned into a trio with bassist Sam Jones and Ray Lucas, the latter a last minute substitution on drums. Although Timmons' jazz immortality was assured with his earlier hit "Moanin'," most of the originals sound as if they were written shortly beforehand and were still evolving.
The standout among them is easily "A Little Barefoot Soul," a piece which gets underway without the leader at all. But its catchy gospel flavor eventually gives way to a driving, bluesy hard bop setting. The later session matches Timmons with bassist Keter Betts and drummer Tootie Heath and draws from a much wider range of material. The opener, "Chun-King," was co-written by Betts with Charlie Byrd and features an extensive bass solo.
Timmons contributed two compositions, the gospel-inflected "Getting' It Togetha'" with the call and response played by the pianist alone and the happy, strutting, and very oddly titled blues "Walking Death. Ken Dryden Wicked work by Bobby Timmons -- two albums recorded during a less-documented period in the life of this amazing soul jazz pianist, both of them killers all the way through!
Bobby got his start in the group of Art Blakey -- where he first wrote some incredible soul jazz hits, and got the chance to record a number of mellower sides for Riverside. But by the time of these two albums -- Little Barefoot Soul and Chun-King -- Timmons' was one of the more free-thinking pianists in jazz -- still a soul jazz player who could groove like a mofo, but willing to stretch things out and mess up the groove a bit more than the rest.
Both of these sides are trio ones, but that doesn't stop them from being as intense as any of Timmons' larger group sessions, as the interplay between bass, drums, and piano is incredible -- filled with fire, soul, and a sense of space that makes each note count a heck of a lot more than on some of the showier sides by other players.
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View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Magician on Discogs. Label: RCA - RVP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo • Country: Japan • Genre: Funk / Soul • . Timmy Thomas has always been a magician with his music – one of the first cats to really make the spare sound of a drum machine work in soul music, and a singer with a wonderful ability to make sweet little melodies appear out of thin air! Here, Thomas ups his game with some slightly fuller arrangements than before – this wonderfully warm Miami soul groove . Timmy Thomas discography and songs: Music profile for Timmy Thomas, born 13 November Genres: Soul, Rhythm & Blues. Albums include Why Can't We Live Together, Can You Dig It? The '70s Soul Experience, and Miami Sound: Rare Funk & Soul From Miami Florida - Why Can't We Live Together - Timmy Thomas  (, #53/#10 R&B) Mastered This entire album is in electronic stereo, which is very odd for The cover gives the number as , while the label has ST Most Glades covers only give the number with no prefix, but some labels after this one use an "LP-" prefix. 9 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Timmy Thomas - The Magician /5(25). Find buy and download R&B music by Timmy Thomas. Free previews and sample songs available. Find buy and download R&B music by Timmy Thomas. Free previews and sample songs available. - Why Can't We Live Together - Timmy Thomas  (, #53/#10 R&B) Mastered This entire album is in electronic stereo, which is very odd for The cover gives the number as , while the label has ST Most Glades covers only give the number with no prefix, but some labels after this one use an "LP-" prefix. Timmy Thomas Glades Glades (label) Soul (CD, LP) We realize that there are many different interpretations of the standard grades used for pre-owned vinyl record albums & CD, so we thought we'd offer you the ones that we are working with, so you have an idea what we mean when we give the grade for a non-new item on our pages. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Magician on Discogs. Label: T.K. Records - XL • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: UK .
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