Freddie Randall & His Famous Jazz Band - Untitled FLAC album
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First Light is an album by jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard. Recorded in 1971, it features string arrangements by Don Sebesky. It was his third album released on Creed Taylor's CTI label and features performances by Hubbard, Herbie Hancock, Eric Gale, George Benson, Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette, Airto Moreira and Richard Wyands. The album is part of a loose trilogy including his two previous records at the time, Red Clay and Straight Life
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Jazz is just more of the same dull pastiche that’s dominated all of this British supergroup’s work: tight guitar/bass/drums heavy-metal clichés, light-classical pianistics, four-part harmonies that make the Four Freshmen sound funky and Freddie Mercury’s throat-scratching lead vocals. Anyway, it shouldn’t be surprising that Queen calls its album jazz. Indeed, Queen may be the first truly fascist rock band. The whole thing makes me wonder why anyone would indulge these creeps and their polluting ideas. In This Article: Queen.
Top 25 Jazz Albums part 2. Moanin' - Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers Here's another gem from 1958. Art Blakey assembled an all-star group consisting of Lee Morgan, Bobby Timmons, Benny Golson (who wrote four of the six songs on the album) and Jymie Merritt. The title song, Moanin, became an instant hit with it's catchy New Orleans style. Clifford Brown and Max Roach Clifford Brown was one of the most revered until his untimely death in 1956 at age 25. Who knows what he would of gone on to influence jazz as it developed through the 60's if he'd remained alive. His playing is so technically polished and perfected that he is constantly studied by trumpeters. In early 1957, Coltrane was kicked out of Miles Davis' band for drug use and partnered up with Monk for about a year. There is a fantastic album recorded live from April to July 1957 early in their partnership.
com - A comprehensive Queen Discography, Queen Interviews, Queen History. Everything you need to know about Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor, and John Deacon. Titled Jazz, it should hardly be surprising that the album features very little, if any, jazz music on it at all. Only Dreamers Ball comes close, sounding much like a boozy New Orleans blues shuffle; elsewhere, the band stick firmly in their rock (Fat Bottomed Girls, If You Can't Beat Them, Let Me Entertain You, Dead On Time, and Don't Stop Me Now) and ballad (Jealousy, In Only Seven Days, and Leaving Home Ain't Easy) roots, while more diverse excursions include. The guiding principle of these arrogant brats seems to be that anything Freddie & Company want, Freddie & Company get.
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans
Written-By – Russell*
Written-By – W. Handy*
|A3||If I Could Be With You
Written-By – Creamer*, Johnson*
Written-By – Ray Denny
|A5||Singing The Blues
Written-By – Melvin Endsley
|A6||Where Did The Good Times Go
Written-By – Fred Randall*
Written-By – Krueger*, Cohn*, Styne*, Miller*
|B2||Never No Lament
Written-By – Webster*, Ellington*
|B3||It's A Long Way To Tipperary
Written-By – Williams*, Judge*
|B4||Gone With The Wind
Written-By – Wrubel*
Written-By – F. Crum*, M. Ager*, R. Nichols*
|B6||My Home Town
Written-By – Fred Randall*
- Recorded At – Radio Luxembourg Studios
- Produced For – Rediffusion International Music
- Printed By – West Brothers Printers Limited
- Published By – E. H. Morris
- Published By – Campbell Connelly
- Published By – Francis, Day & Hunter
- Published By – Lemmel Music
- Published By – Frank Music
- Published By – Rimusic
- Published By – Robbins Music Corp. Ltd.
- Published By – Feldman
- Published By – Sterling
- Published By – Lawrence Wright
- Bass – Arthur Watts
- Clarinet – Dave Shepherd
- Drums – Lennie Hastings
- Engineer – Richard Millard
- Guitar – Jim Douglas
- Piano – Brian Lemon
- Producer – Charles Berman
- Trombone – Peter Strange*
- Trumpet, Vocals – Freddie Randall*
NotesThis is a label variation that has a ring pressed in the label area around the spindle hole. Compare to Untitled that does not have the ring pressed in the label paper.
Catalog# on cover: ZS84
Catalog# on label: R.I.M. ZS84
A REDIFFUSION INTERNATIONAL MUSIC PRODUCTION
A1: E. H. Morris
A2: Campbell Connelly
A3, B1: Francis Day & Hunter
A4: Lemmell Music
A5: Frank Music
A6: Rimusic Music
B2: Robbins Music Corp. Ltd.
B5: Lawrence Wright
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (Label side A & B): R.I.M.ZS.84
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): Z S84-A2
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): Z S+84+B2
|ARBS 188||Freddie Randall & His Famous Jazz Band||Freddie Randall & His Famous Jazz Band (LP, Album)||Pye Records||ARBS 188||New Zealand||1971|
|ZS84||Freddie Randall & His Famous Jazz Band||Untitled (LP, Album)||Rediffusion||ZS84||UK||1971|