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神戸ジャズ愛好会1月例会(2019年1月)③特集「Riversideレーベルの名演」後半

January 30,2019

1月例会の特集「Riversideレーベルの名演」の後半は小生含め4人が紹介した演奏(計10曲)をお楽しみ下さい。
ディスコグラフィーから興味深い記録を確認致しました。

同じ日(1961年1月27日)に、ニューヨークのスタジオとニューオーリンズのホールで二つのアルバム制作されていました。(時差があるので大した事はないですが)

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パウエル派のピアニストとして知られるBarry Harrisをご紹介されました。(当日3回目の登場です)
Here is Barry Harris Trio play ”There’s no one but you.”
Barry Harris (p) Joe Benjamin (b) Elvin Jones (d)
New York, December 21, 1960 & January 19, 1961

Here is Barry Harris Trio play ”It’s the talk of the town”.
Members of the recording are the same as above.

Here is Barry Harris Trio play ”What is this thing called love ?”.
Members of the recording are the same as above.

Photo above of Louis Cottrell by Discogs

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昔から大好きだったルイス・コトレル(Louis Cottrell)をご紹介されました。

Here is Jim Robinson’s New Orleans Band play ”Yearning”.
Ernie Cagnolatti (tp) Jim Robinson (tb) Louis Cottrell (cl) George Guesnon (bj) Alcide “Slow Drag” Pavageau (b) Alfred Williams (d) Annie Pavageau (vcl)
“Jeunes Amis Hall”, New Orleans, LA, January 30, 1961

Here is Louis Cottrell Trio play ”Down By The Riverside”.
Louis Cottrell (cl) Emanuel Sayles (g,bj) McNeal Breaux (b)
“Hall Of The Societe Des Jeunes Amis”, New Orleans, LA, January 27, 1961

Here is Louis Cottrell Trio play ”You don’t love me”.
Members of the recording are the same as above.
“Hall Of The Societe Des Jeunes Amis”, New Orleans, LA, January 27, 1961

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「Waltz for Debby」by Cannonball Adderley and Bill Evansをエントリーされていましたが、冒頭で言及しました「1961年1月27日」に録音された作品を添付させて頂きます。

Here is Cannonball Adderley with Bill Evans play “Goodbye”.
Cannonball Adderley (as) Bill Evans (p) Percy Heath (b) Connie Kay (d)
Bell Sound Studios, NYC, January 27, 1961

Here is Milt Jackson & Wes Montgomery Quintet play “S.K.J.”
Milt Jackson (vib) Wynton Kelly (p) Wes Montgomery (g) Sam Jones (b) Philly Joe Jones (d)
New York, December 19, 1961

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Here is Lil Armstrong and Booker T. Washington play “Boogie me”.
Lil Armstrong (p) Booker T. Washington (ds)
Chicago, September 7, 1961
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Here is Tadd Dameron and His Orchestra play “Fontainebleau”.
Charlie Shavers,Blue Mitchell, Clark Terry(tp); Jimmy Cleveland, Britt Woodman(tb), Julius Watkins(french horn); Jerry Dodgion, Leo Wright(as,flute);
Johnny Griffin(ts); Jerome Richardson(ts, fl); Tate Houston(bs); Bill Evans(p); Ron Carter(b); Philly Joe Jones(ds); Tadd Dameron(arranger, conductor)
NYC, March 9, 1962
Fontainebleau

神戸ジャズ愛好会1月例会(2019年1月)②特集「Riversideレーベルの名演」

Photo above of Orrin Keepnews by WikiPedia

January 29,2019

1月例会の特集「Riversideレーベルの名演」については、8人の会員が計21曲を選曲しました。

今回は4人の会員がご紹介された演奏(計11曲)をお楽しみ下さい。

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Here is Blue Mitchell Quartet play ”I’ll Close My Eyes”.
Blue Mitchell (cnt) Wynton Kelly (p) Sam Jones (b) Roy Brooks (d)
New York, August 25, 1960

Here is Sonny Red Quintet play “The Mode”.
Sonny Red (as) Barry Harris (p) Grant Green (g) George Tucker (b) Jimmy Cobb (ds)
New York, December 14, 1961

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Here is Johnny Griffin Quartet play “Hush-A-Bye”.
Johnny Griffin (ts) Barry Harris (p) Ron Carter (b) Ben Riley (d)
New York, December 21, 1961

Here is Chet Baker plays ”You and the Night and the Music”.
Chet Baker(tp),Herbie Mann(fl),Pepper Adams(bs), Bill Evans(p), Kenny Burrell(g), Paul Chambers(b),Philly Joe Jones(ds)
NYC, January 19, 1959

Here is Bill Evans Trio “Nardis”.
Bill Evans,(p),Scott LaFaro(b),Paul Motian,(ds)
NYC, February 2, 1961

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Here is Charles A. Matson’s Creole Serenaders plays “Taint Nobody’s business if I Do.”
unknown cnt, tb, cl/as, as, ts, Charles Matson (p,arr) unknown bj, tu and d.
New York, July 30, 1923
Ed 51222, Riverside RLP1005(10インチ)

Here is Scott Joplin plays “The Entertainer”.
Scott Joplin, piano roll.
December 29, 1902
Ragtime piano Rolls Vol.1,RLP1006(10インチ)

Here is Thelonious Monk plays “Blue Monk”.
Thelonious Monk (p)
Concert “Fugazi Hall”, San Francisco, CA, October 21, 1959

Here is Sonny Rollins Trio play “The Last Time I Saw Paris”.
Sonny Rollins (ts) Paul Chambers (b) Roy Haynes (d)
New York, June 19, 1957

Here is George Lewis Ragtime Band play “In the Sweet Bye and Bye”.
Kid Howard(tp), Jim Robinson(tb), George Lewis(cl), Alton Purnell(p),Lawrence Marrero(bj),Alcide “Slow Drag” Pavageau,(b),Joe Watkins(ds)
Trinity Episcopal Church, Oxford, OH, February 21, 1954

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Here is Thelonious Monk Septet play ”Well You Needn’t ”.
Ray Copeland (tp) Gigi Gryce (as) Coleman Hawkins, John Coltrane (ts) Thelonious Monk (p) Wilbur Ware (b) Art Blakey (d)
New York, June 26, 1957

The Jazz Workshop(2)

February 07.2017

Photo: Michael Ochs Archives, Getty Images

Photo: Michael Ochs Archives, Getty Images

The Jazz Workshop in San Francisco was located on Broadway between Columbus and Montgomery.

Between 1961 and 1964, numerous  “Live at the Jazz Workshop” albums were produced.

These performances featured artists such as James Moody, Barry Harris, Cannonball Adderley, Charlie Mingus, and Thelonius Monk.

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I found an interesting article at Cannonball Adderley’s live.

I quoted “When Bebop Filled the Night(Historical Essay)” by Art Peterson

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Photo above of Dmitri Shostakovich

Russian composer Dimitri Shostakovich was in the audience for his first experience with American jazz.He made no comment, smiled appreciatively several times and applauded vigorously on occasion.

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Photo above of Lenny Bruce from OKmusic

Also Lenny Bruce was infamously arrested here during his performance at the Jazz Workshop In October 1961.

In 1964 Miles Davis was supposed to play a two-week gig at the Workshop.

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Photo by theconcertdatabase.com

The drummer was 18-year-old Tony Williams.

In those days California law did not allow minors in clubs that served liquor.

So the workshop’s owner suspended his liquor license for the length of the engagement, charged a $2 door charge and served soft drinks.

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Photo above of TonyWilliams from Drummerworld

Here is CANNONBALL ADDERLEY QUINTET play “Bohemia After Dark”.

Here is Barry Harris Trio play “Is You Is or Is You Ain’t My Baby”.

Here is Thelonious Monk plays “Well you needn’t”.Thelonious Monk(p); Charlie Rouse (ts);Larry Gales (b);Ben Riley (ds)Jazz Workshop, San Francisco,California, Nov.3~4, 1964

Here is Kenny Dorham Quintet play “Inta Somethin’Kenny Dorham (tp);Jackie McLean (as);Walter Bishop Jr. (p);Leroy Vinnegar (b); Art Taylor (ds)Recorded live at “The Jazz Workshop”, San Francisco, CA, Nov 13, 1961

Here is Charles Mingus Quintet play “Meditation”.Charles Mingus(b);Clifford Jordan(ts, fl);Jane Getz(p);Charlie Mingus(b);Dannie Richmond(ds)Live at the Jazz Workshop (in San Francisco)

The living legend pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi(秋吉敏子)

December 18. 2016

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Last week I heard a radio program which featured two great pianist,Barry Harris and Toshiko Akiyoshi. Go here

Both pianists had one thing in common.

They developed their art under the influence of bebop great Bud Powell.

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I was very happy as a Japanese.

About Toshiko Akiyoshi, please refer to my past blog.

If you do not mind. Go here and here, here

Also I will introduce recently uploaded clips.

Here is her photograph.

Here is her interview by THE MAINICHI NEWSPAPERS(毎日新聞)

 

Don Schlitten (4)

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Don Schlitten founded Xanadu Records in 1975.

Xanadu recorded more than 100 releases.

The label’s “Gold Series” focused on reissuing classic bebop works that included historic performances.

Don Schlitten purchased the recording of minor labels and individual recordings.

He was newly reissued many historic performances such as Bud Powell, Coleman Hawkins, Earl Hines, Roy Eldridge, Jack Teagarden, Art Tatum and many more.

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The label’s “Silver Series” focused on new recordings by such as Barry Harris, Al Cohn, Jimmy Raney, Dolo Coker, Charles McPherson and others.

Last year Elemental Music has begun to reissue more than two dozen of the  Silver Series as ‘Xanadu Master Edition Series’. GO here

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Left to Right: Zev Feldman, Don Schlitten, Jordi Soley

Here is ” Barry Harris Plays Tadd Dameron”
Recorded:June 4, 1975