タグ別アーカイブ: 宮沢昭


February 12,2020



1.Midnight At Minton’s

Here is Don Byas and Joe Guy and Thelonious Monk play “I Can’t Give You Anything But Love”.
Midnight At Minton’s:
Joe Guy (tp) ,Don Byas (ts) ,Thelonious Monk (p) unknown (b) Kenny Clarke (ds)
Live “Minton’s”, New York, 1941

2.Charlie Christian in Minneapolis

Here is Charlie Christian plays “ I got rhythm”.
Jerry Jerome (ts),Frankie Hines (p), Charlie Christian (g), Oscar Pettiford (b),
Live “Harlem Breakfast Club”, Minneapolis, MN, September 24, 1939

3.Jazz from a Swinging Era

Here is Buck Clayton and his All Stars play “Into The Blues Bag”.
Buck Clayton, Roy Eldridge (tp), Vic Dickenson (tb), Earl Warren (as) ,Bud Freeman (ts), Sir Charles Thompson (p), Bill Pemberton (b), Oliver Jackson (ds)
Paris, March 12, 1967


Buck Clayton Jam Session

Here is Buck Clayton All Stars play “All The Cats Join In”.
Buck Clayton, Ruby Braff, Billy Butterfield(tp), J.C.Higginbotham(tb),
Tyree Glenn(tb, vib), Coleman Hawkins, Julian Dash(ts), Kenny Kersay(p) ,Steve Jordan(g) ,Walter Page(b), Bobby Donaldson(ds) NYC March 5,1956
Hawkins(ts)-Glenn(vib)-Braff(tp)-Higginbotham(tb)-Glenn(vib)-Braff(tp)- Higginbotham (tb)-Butterfield(tp) -Glenn(tb) -Clayton(tp)-Dash(ts)-Kersy(p)



The Historic Mocambo Session ’54

Here is Shotaro Moriyasu plays ”I Want To Be Happy”.
守安祥太郎(p),宮沢昭(ts),鈴木寿夫(b),清水 潤(ds)
July 27-28,1954


Here is Shotaro Moriyasu plays ”Strike Up The Band”.
守安祥太郎(p),宮沢昭(ts),鈴木寿夫(b),清水 潤(ds)
July 27-28,1954


Lionel Hampton And His Just Jazz All Stars

Here is Lionel Hamton All Stars play “Star Dust”.
Lionel Hampton And His Just Jazz All Stars:
Charlie Shavers (tp) Willie Smith (as) Corky Corcoran (ts) Lionel Hampton (vib) Tommy Todd (p) Barney Kessel (g) Slam Stewart (b) Lee Young (d)
CA Civic Auditorium,Pasadena, August 4, 1947



October 22,2019





Here is Paul Desmond plays “Desmond blue”.

Here is Joao Gilberto sings “Besame mucho”.



Here is Count Basie plays “These Foolish Things”.
Quincy Jones(arr)

Here is Count Basie plays “Song of the Islands”.
Joe Williams(arr),Illinois Jacquet(ts)

当日ご紹介された「The Pizzarelli Boys」は添付しておりません。


Here is Clifford Brown plays “Memories Of You”.

Here is Charlie Shavers plays “Summertime”.


Here is Akira Miyazawa(宮沢昭) plays “My One And Only Love”.


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Here is Gianni Basso plays ”My Foolish Heart”.

Here is Fabrizio Bosso plays ”Nuovo Cinema Paradiso”.

Here is Coleman Hawkins Plays ”Everything Happens To Me”.

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Here is European Jazz Trio with Strings play ”Mona Lisa”.


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Here is Stan Getz And Strings play ”Early Autumn”・



Here is Sonny Stitt plays ”Time After Time”.

当日ご紹介された「Cry Me A River」の代替としてフランク・シナトラの名曲を添付します。

Here is Denis Solee with The Beegie Adair Trio play ”All The Way”.



Shotaro Moriyasu(2)

February 16.2016


When he would start to play,he did not tell the song name.

Other pianists did not try to change him.

Also all saxophonists were not in the same league as him.

So,they did not keep up with his complexity chord progression.

The performance of Moriyasu Shotaro never go down in history except “Mocambo Sessions”

There was tenor saxophonist named Akira Miyazawa.

Akira Miyazawa said:”Compared with my childish sax tenar play, Moriyasu Shotaro was terrific.
I was trembling with fear all over because his piano playing was improvisation such as out of the fire.”

Other players were continued to follow Moriyasu desperately.

This jam session was definitely the essence of modern jazz.

Creativity and improvisation were characteristic in Jazz.

50 years ago Moriyasu Shotaro had realized the most high level in modern jazz.

Dr.Jazz – Osamu Uchida

November 29. 2015

In 2006 I lived Simonoseki City in those days.For a family trip I went to ‘Osamu Uchida Jazz Collection’ (in Okazaki City).

The tenor sax of Miyazawa Akira (yesterday’s blog photo) are permanent exhibition.

The photo is what I received from the clerk of the jazz collection.

There are a lot of precious historical materials. Jazz fans I think the place to visit.



Sonosheet (Record) is forever


November 28. 2015

In 1958 Sonosheet has been developed by the manufacturer that the France of SAIP.
It is extremely thin vinyl records.

Unlike ordinary records ,very thin.
Because it is utilized as appendix of Magazine, soft enough to be easily bent.
The size there are many things of 17cm panel of so-called EP size.
The color were in many cases of red.