タグ別アーカイブ: Tony Williams

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

April 18,2019

参加者持ち寄り『マイ・ベスト・マイルス・デヴィス』「スイング時代のビッグバンド」の後半は寺本氏と平野が選曲した演奏をお楽しみ下さい。

・寺本氏

With Cannonball Adderley 「Somethin’ Else」 (Blue Note )より
「Autumn Leaves」 Alternate take(別テイク)
Miles Davis(tp), Cannonball Adderley(as), Hank Jones(p), Sam Jones(b), Art Blakey(ds)
Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, March 9, 1958

別テイクについては下記サイトをご覧下さい。

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当日ご紹介された音源の代替としてヨーロッパ公演(1964年)の映像を添付しました。(今回は1960年代以降の持ち寄りがございませんでした)

Here is Miles Davis Quintet play “Autumn leaves”.
Miles Davis(tp), Wayne Shorter(ts), Herbie Hancock(p), Ron Carter(b), Tony Williams(ds) October 11, 1964.

・平野

「FM東京アスペクトインジャズ」から
「The Man I Love (Alternate take)(油井正一解説付)」
Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants (Prestige PRLP 7150)
Miles Davis(tp), Milt Jackson(vib), Thelonious Monk(p), Percy Heath(b),Kenny Clarke(ds) NJ, December 24, 1954

 

上記解説は「あどりぶ寄席(アドリブ創刊号)」に詳述されております。
例会当日に回覧したページを添付致します。アドリブ創刊号242ページ〜245ページ)

 

Photo above of Juliette Greco & Miles Davis by courtesy of Pinterest

大阪ジャズ同好会第30回例会概要(1)

April 9.2018

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Photo by NPR

(1)特集『60年代のマイルスミュージックを掘る』  ナビゲーター 矢木明氏

1960年代のマイルスは実に多くのミュージシャンと共演しながらジャズシーンを作り上げていきました。モード・ジャズからエレクトリック・ジャズへと変遷する60年代の多種多彩な音源をご紹介されました。

配付されたレジュメを添付しました。⇨こちらをクリックしてPDFをご覧下さい。矢木氏配布資料

会場ではCDでのご紹介でしたので、本ブログではYouTubeでのライブ映像も添付しました。

Photo by courtesy of kind-of-blue

 

Here is Bob Dorough with Miles Davis Sextet play “Blue Xmas” .
Bob Dorough (voc, p), Miles Davis (tp), Frank Rehak (tb), Wayne Shorter (ts), Paul Chambers (b), Jimmy Cobb (ds), Willie Bobo (bongos), Gil Evans (arrange)

 

 

 

Here is Miles Davis Quintet play “All Blues”.
Miles Davis(tp), Wayne Shorter(ts),Herbie Hancock(p),Ron Carter(b),Tony Williams(ds)
1964 Milan, Italy October 11 1964

 

Here is Miles Davis Quintet play “Gingerbread Boy”.
Miles Davis(tp), Wayne Shorter(ts),Herbie Hancock(p),Ron Carter(b),Tony Williams(ds)
Live in Karlsruhe, November .8.1967

 

Here is Miles Davis Quintet play “Directions” at live in Rome(1969)
Miles Davis (tp), Wayne Shorter(ts), Dave Holland(b),Chic Corea(el-Piano) ,Jack De Johnette(ds)

 

Here is Miles Davis and his Orchestra plays “Corcovado” from Miles Davis’ 1963 album “Quiet Nights”.
Miles Davis (trumpet)
Gil Evans (arranger, conductor)

(2)新譜紹介     解説 古川 正孝氏

1.Here is Mayte Alguacil sings “What a Little Moonlight Can Do” from “Trav’lin Light”.

Mayte Alguacil(vo),Jaume Llombart(g),Pedro Campos(b),Enrique Oliver(sax),Felix Rossy(tp)
詳細はMayte AlguacilのHPをご覧下さい。

又、CDショップのアルバム紹介も併せてご覧下さい。

 

2.Roger Kellaway Trio

「New Jazz Standards, Vol. 3」から「Hurry Up & Wait」を選曲されました。
詳細はCDショップのアルバム紹介をご覧下さい。

又、JazzWaxとのインタービューを添付しました。2017年3月(英語表記です)

こちらをクリックしてご覧下さい。

 

3.Mike Dease

「Reaching Out」から「Blachfoot」を選曲されました。

Here is Mike Dease plays “Speak Low”(Trombone Solo) from Reaching Out

詳細はMike Dease のHPをご覧下さい。

又、CDショップのアルバム紹介ご覧下さい。

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)

Jazz Club in Boston(5)

February 03.2017

Photo above of "Connolly's" by The Music Museum of New England

Photo above of “Connolly’s” by The Music Museum of New England

On radio broadcasting Sadao(渡辺貞夫) said also he frequented in “Connolly’s.”

In Boston’s 1950s jazz scene, many jazz greats performed at nightclubs such as the High Hat and the Savoy and Wall’s Paradise.

The Savoy’s owners, brothers Steve and Jim Connolly(1906-1984) sold their club in 1955.

Then Steve Connolly opened the “Blue Moon”.

Jim Connolly obtained an irish bar known as Murray’s Cafe.

Jim managed the irish bar as a night club with live music entertainment.

Also the nightclub was named ”Connolly’s”.

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In those days the High Hat or George Wein’s Storyville were commercially jazz spot.

However ”Connolly’s” developed a loyal clientele of jazz musicians and enthusiasts.

Here I want to introduce one great “Cinderella” story in Connolly’s.

Photo above of Alan Dawson from Drummerworld

Photo above of Alan Dawson from Drummerworld

I found the name of Alan Dawson who was prominent drummer and had played at Connolly’s.

In 1957 he began an eighteen-year association at the Berklee College of Music.

As noteworthy thing Alan Dawson was the teacher of Tony Williams.

Photo above of TonyWilliams from Drummerworld

Photo above of TonyWilliams from Drummerworld

So Tony became a local rhythm section at Connolly’s, when he was 16.

In December 1962 Jackie McLean went to play a gig in Boston with a local rhythm section.

Jackie McLean was writing an encounter with Tony Williams on liner notes.

Please refer to the liner notes on Jackie McLean’s album “One Step Beyond(1963)”.

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Photo above from Jackie McLean’s “One Step Beyond” album.

Here is JACKIE McLEAN Quintet play “Saturday And Sunday”.(1963)

Here is Alan Dawson plays solo on “Oleo” (1965).