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大阪ジャズ同好会第37回例会(2019年6月9日) 特集「ベーシストに注目してジャズを楽しむ」

June 10,2019

特集「ベーシストに注目してジャズを楽しむ」

ナビゲーター浦谷敏行氏のコメントです。

普段はリズムをキープして、演奏の下支えの役割を果たすベース。 今回は、そんな縁の下を支えるベーシストに着目します。(と言っても、前に出てきて弾 きまくるベーシストも出てきますが。)

今回の概要では、当日ご紹介されたベーシストの映像等を追加添付させて頂きました。

1. Ray Brown
Here is Milt Jackson Quintet play “Frankie And Johnny”.
Milt Jackson (vib), Ray Brown (b), Teddy Edwards(ts), Monty Alexander(p), Dick Berk(ds)
Live “Shelly’s Manne-Hole”, Hollywood, August 1 & 2, 1969

Here is Ray Brown play Solo Bass on “Black Orpheus”.

2. Paul Chambers
Here is Red Garland Trio play “C Jam Blues”.
Red Garland(p), Paul Chambers(b), Art Tylor(ds)
Hackensack, N.J., August 9, 1957

映像がございませんので、小生(平野)が以前ブログに記載したエピソードを紹介します。

マイルスが上記自伝でポール・チェンバースについて興味ある発言をしています。

翻訳せず引用します。(酒と女の話です)

Anyway, on this trip to Rochester, Paul is drinking zombies. I ask him, “Why do you drink shit like that? Why you drink so much, Paul?”
And he says, “Aw, man, I can drink all I want. I can drink ten of these and it wouldn’t bother me.”
”Drink ‘em and I’ll pay for them,” I told him. And he said, “Okay”.
The only downer for me, really, during this entire first trip was that Paul Chambers was staying with Bird’s ex-wife, Doris Sydnor, in her hotel room at the Sutherland Hotel. So he kept her to himself while we were there. I think he was a little disappointed that I didn’t like Doris, though. He probably figured she was a catch, a feather in his cap, being Bird’s former old lady.

3. Scott Lafaro
Here is Pat Moran Trio play “Blues”.
Pat Moran(p), Scott LaFaro(b), Johnny Whited(ds)
New York, December, 1957

Here is Richie Kamuca and Frank Rosolino Quintet with Scott LaFaro play “Cherry”.
Richie Kamuca(ts), Frank Rosolino(tb), Scott LaFaro(b),Victor Feldman(p), Stan Levey,(ds)
LA,7 April,1958

Photo above of Scott LaFaro’s car following his fatal accident
(JazzWaxさんから事故現場の写真をお借りしました。July 02, 2016)

4. Gary Peacock
Here is Bill Evans Trio play “A Sleeping Bee”.
Bill Evans(p), Gary Peacock(b), Paul Motian(ds)
New York, December 18, 1963

Here is Ralph Towner & Gary Peacock play “The Prowler”.

5. Marc Johnson
Here is Bill Evans Trio play “Up With The Lark”.
Bill Evans(p), Marc Johnson(b), Joe LaBar bera(ds)
1979

Here is Bill Evans Trio play Jazz at the Maintenance Shop (1979)

6. Charlie Haden
Here is Charlie Haden and Kenny Barron play “You Don’t Know What Love Is”.
Charlie Haden(b), Kenny Barron(p)
Live “The Iridium”, New York, September 20, 21 & 22, 1996

Here is Charlie Haden “In Memoriam”.

7. Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen
Here is Tete Montoliu Trio play “Giant Steps”.
Tete Montoliu(p), Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen(b), Albert Tootie Heath(ds)
Copenhagen, Denmark, May 28, 1974

Here is Joe Pass & Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen play “Tricostin”.

8. George Mraz
Here is Tommy Flanagn Trio play “Mr. P.C”.
Tommy Flanagn(p), George Mraz(b), Al Foster(ds)
New York, February 17 & 18, 1982

Here is George Mraz and Camilla Mraz(妻) Trio “Sad history”.

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大阪ジャズ同好会第36回例会(2019年4月14日) 概要③持ち寄り「『マイ・ベスト・マイルス・デヴィス』(前)

April 17,2019

Jeanne Moreau and Miles Davis during the recording of the music for Louis Malle’s film “Elevator to the Gallows,” in December, 1957.Photograph by AGIP / RDA / Everett

4月例会の持ち寄り『マイ・ベスト・マイルス・デヴィス』については、2回に分け(前半は4人)ご紹介させて頂きます。

・Y瀬氏(レジュメに記載されたコメントを編集せず転載致しました)

学生のころにいた森小路に近い千林商店街のレコード店で「来月出るのが凄いらしいよ」 と教えられたのが1957(昭和32)年3月発売の「ラウンド・ミッドナイト」です。マイルスのメジャー・レーベル移籍第1弾で、それまでマイルスを聴いたことは無かったのですが、その音盤以上に衝撃を受けたのは翌58年9月に公開された映画「死刑台のエレベータ ー」でした。そのサウンドトラックと、後年に完全版として追加されたテストテイクを合わせて、マイルスとルイ・マル、そしてジャンヌ・モローの輝きをご堪能ください。
1.「テーマ(GENERIQUE)」
2.「ドライブウェーのスリル」
3.「プティバックの酒場にて」
(以上サウンドトラック)
4.「シャンゼリゼの夜(テーマ)」
(テイク1-3 冒頭各0:30+テイク4)

本ブログでは映画の予告編を添付しました。

ご紹介された「テイク1-3 冒頭各0:30+テイク4」を本ブログで再現しました。

 

・T村氏(レジュメに記載されたコメントを編集せず転載致しました)

マイルス デヴィスの持ち味が最もよく表れた演奏が、プレスティジのマラソンセッ ションです。バラードのワンホーンを二曲聴いてください。
1.「When I Fall In Love」
2.「It Never Entered My Mind」(May 11,1956)
Miles Davis(tp) Red Garland(p) Paul Chambers(b) Philly Joe Jones(ds) John Coltrane(ts)が加わっての演奏です。
3.「Airegin」(Oct.26,1956)
個人的には、ジョン コルトレーンを帯同した1960年の3月のJATPの欧州ツア ーでのマイルスが一番好きですが、マイルスがかすむくらいコルトレーンが凄すぎて、今 回は取り上げるのを遠慮(?)しました。マイルスは、私の最初のアイドルであり、特別な存在です。1960年代の末に二度目の来日公演が、トニー ウイリアムスの麻薬が原因で中止になった時ほど失望したことはありません。

Here is Miles Davis Quartet play “When I Fall in Love”.
Miles Davis(tp), Red Garland(p), Paul Chambers(b), Philly Joe Jones(ds)
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, May 11, 1956

Here is Miles Davis Quartet play “It Never Entered My Mind”.
Miles Davis(tp), Red Garland(p), Paul Chambers(b), Philly Joe Jones(ds)
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, May 11, 1956

Here is Miles Davis Quintet play “Airegin”.
Miles Davis(tp), John Coltrane(ts), Red Garland(p), Paul Chambers(b), Philly Joe Jones(ds)
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, October 26, 1956

 

・K氏(今回の特集を担当されました)
Another Tracks Of Kind Of Blueより「Blue In Green」
Here is Miles Davis Quintet play “Blue In Green”.
Miles Davis(tp), Cannonball Adderley(as), John Coltrane(ts), Bill Evans(p), Paul Chambers(b), Jimmy Cobb(ds)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, March 2, 1959

 

・N瀬氏(神戸ジャズ愛好会のベテラン会員)
Miles Davis European Tour ’56より「How High The Moon」
Here is Miles Davis and Lester Young play “How High The Moon”.
Miles Davis(tp) Lester Young(ts) John Lewis(p) Milt Jackson(vi) Percy Heath(b) Connie Kay(ds)
Germany,Nov.12,1956

UNSPECIFIED – CIRCA 1970: Photo of Lester Young Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

Gordon Jenkins’ works(3) “P.S. I Love You”

November 09.2017

“P.S. I Love You” was written by Gordon Jenkins, the lyrics by Johnny Mercer in 1934.

The original hit version in the 1930s was recorded by Rudy Vallée and was revived in the 1950s by The Hilltoppers

Some famous recordings include Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra, Mel Tormé, Rosemary Clooney, Bing Crosby,Bette Midler.

Today I will not introduce these famous singing.

「P.S. I Love You」は作詞Johnny Mercer、作曲Gordon Jenkinsにより1934年に出版されました。

発売当初はRudyValléeのレコードが好評を博し、1950年代にThe Hilltoppersによってリバイバルヒットしました。

この曲においてはBillie Holiday、Frank Sinatra、MelTormé、Rosemary Clooney、Bing Crosby、Bette Midler等有名な録音が多くあります。

しかし、今日のブログにおいては上記の有名な歌唱はご紹介致しません。

Here is Gordon Jenkins and his Orchestra play “P.S. I Love You”.

 

Photo above of Ruddy Vallee by Wikimedia

Here is Rudy Vallée and his Connecticut Yankees, with vocal by Rudy Vallée on 9 September 1934

 

Here is Woody Herman & his Orchestra play “P.S. I Love You”.
vo:Mary Ann McCall 1948.

 

Here is The Hilltoppers sings “P.S. I Love You”.

 

 

Here is Arnett Cobb with Red Garland Trio play “P.S. I Love You”.
Arnett Cobb(ts), Red Garland(p) George Duvivier(b) J.C.Herad(ds) Red Garland(p)
November 13.1960. N.J.

 

 

Here is Andre Previn plays “P.S. I Love You”.

 

 

Here is Joe Temperley play “P.S. I Love You”.
Joe Temperley (soprano & baritone sax), Andy Farber(as,ts), Ryan Kisor(tp), John Allred (tb), James Chirillo (g), Dan Nimmer (p), John Webber (b), Leroy Williams (ds) NY,2008.

Here is Lee Morgan and Hank Mobley Quintet “P.S. I Love You”.
Lee Morgan (tp),Hank Mobley (ts),Hank Jones (p),Doug Watkins (b),Art Taylor (ds)
5 November 1956.N.J.

Jazz Club in Boston(6)

February 04.2017

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In 1950 George Wein opened a club in Boston called Storyville.

I am not going to post about Storyville.

I recommend JazzWax interview with George Wein. Go here and here

I will introduce a topic that is impressive for me.

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Wednesday,March 9, Charlie Parker started for Boston, where he was to play a weekend engagement at Storyville.

Unfortunately his cabaret card had been revoked in 1951.

So between 1951 and 1954, Parker appeared five times as a leader at the Hi-Hat and twice more at Storyville.

He worked as a single, usually playing with house trios and an added trumpeter.

George Wein added a second band to the bill for March 10-16 because he predicted Parker’s absence.

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Lee Konitz had prepared as the second band for Parker’s absence.

He died in the New York apartment of Baroness Nica in March 12.

It took several days for the news to make it to Boston.

Then Konitz had moved on, and Count Basie’s band was at Storyville.

Photo above of Count Basie

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According to Bird’s Diaries by KEN VAIL, Bird received $650 from George Wein for the week plus $186 for 2 extra days.

Here is Charlie Parker and Red Garland together play “I’ll Walk Alone”.March 1953 at Storyville

Here is Lee Konitz Quartet at the Storyville Club play “Hi Beck”.

Here is Chet Baker plays “Maid In Mexico”(1954)

Here is George Wein plays “Blues for Storyville”
George Wein(P),Warren Vache(Cornet),White Browne(b),Alan Dawson(ds)
December 6, 1985

The Great Compositions by Tadd Dameron(3)

January 18.2017

Photo above of Add Cameron from A New Tadd Dameron Biography


Photo above of Add Cameron from A New Tadd Dameron Biography

Not only Tadd Dameron composed “If You Could See Me Now” for Sarah Vaughan, but he also did the orchestral arrangement.

Sarah Vaughan’s 1946 original recording was released through Musicraft Records.

This tune became one of her signature songs.

Photo above of Sarah Vaughan

Photo above of Sarah Vaughan

In 1998 her rendition was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.

Also this tune was embraced by jazz instrumentalists and vocalists alike.

As with most of Dameron’s compositions, it has been recorded by many jazz musician and vocalists.

Photo above of Bill Charlap

Photo above of Bill Charlap

Recently I found an interesting interview with pianist Bill Charlap.

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July 08, 2015(JazzWax)

“Misty is a beautiful song. It’s very much a ballad in the tradition of great jazz
writers like Tadd Dameron. Misty is in some ways a cousin of Dameron’s If You Could See Me Now.”Here is Sarah Vaughan sings “If you could see me now”(May 7, 1946),

Here is Sarah Vaughan sings “If you could see me now”(May 7, 1946),
Sonny Burke & His Orchestra joining trumpeter Freddie Webster.

Here is Tadd Dameron plays “If You Could See Me Now”.

Here is Sonny Stitt with the Quincy Jones band play “If You Could See Me Now(1955)”.

Here is Oliver Nelson and Red Garland play “If You Could See Me Now”
The session would be the only time Nelson and Garland recorded together.

Here is Dianne Reeves Sarah sings “If you could see me now”.

Here is Wes Montgomery & Wynton Kelly Trio play “If You Could See Me Now”.