Various - Louisiana & All That Jazz: One More Time FLAC album
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All That Jazz is the debut studio album by English pop rock band Breathe. Released in April 1988, the album peaked at on the UK Albums Chart and at on the US Billboard 200. It has been certified Silver in the UK by the BPI and Gold in the US by the RIAA. A number of the album's tracks were recorded in 1985. The group's first single, "Don't Tell Me Lies", was released in 1986 and reached on the UK Singles Chart.
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This is still the biggest-selling jazz album of all time in Japan. He put all his musical ideas into one album but overriding all that was the sheer emotional beauty of what Trane did’ – Alto saxophonist Peter King on A Love Supreme (Jazzwise 75, May 2004). As a measure of impact – I can think of nothing more significant than the music that first unmoors one from preconceptions and the need to stay in one place. For this alone, for serving for so many as a portal to an entire world of creative music, I agree that Kind of Blue continues to earn its status as a number one.
Jazz deserves more than being relegated to uncomfortable situations. It deserves to be consumed by anyone and everyone willing to open their ears and feel what often isn’t being said but played. That’s where this list can help. RK: This may be the most popular jazz album of all time. It deserves that spot, because the playing, composition, feel, and atmosphere make it one of the most focused, deliberate, and intelligent pieces of art in history.
Because there are multiple decades of jazz, it’s almost impossible to pick the top ten albums of all time; the hip cats with their canes and cool shades will throw their used saxophone reeds in my direction and call me a young whippersnapper. But so many people out there, young or even a bit older, are curious about jazz, and they’re not exactly sure where to start. 10. Ornette Coleman The Shape of Jazz to Come. The title of this album, when it came out in 1959, was the equivalent of Babe Ruth pointing to the fences or Muhammad Ali proclaiming he was the greatest. It was an album that said, you hear this sound, you hear what I’m laying down, everything is about to change. Ornette Coleman went from playing the sax to the trumpet, and he received scorn from Miles Davis who publicly questioned Coleman’s sanity and technical ability.
Here are the 25 best jazz albums of all time described for yo. Jazz At Massey Hall - The Quintet This album appears reissued under the name "The Greatest Concert Ever". It is an all star lineup of Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Bud Powell, Charles Mingus, and Max Roach; all who were prominent in the development of bebop about 15 years beforehand (1953) and thus were all seasoned veterans by the time of the concert. Besides being a legendary entertainer and musician, he helped bring jazz out of it's dixieland roots into a more contemporary sound. This album is a compilation of some of his best recordings from his early years in the 1920's as he set up the template for modern jazz era to come having musician taking turns soloing individually rather than the group jam style of dixieland. The musicians on these recordings are tight, joyous, and even a little silly at times.
|A1||–Don Albert||Sing On|
|A2||–Kerry Price||Melancholy Blues|
|A3||–Alvin Alcorn||Do What Ory Say|
|A4||–Jeanette Kimball||Grandpa's Spells|
|A5||–Louis Cottrell*||Mood Indigo|
|B1||–Alvin Alcorn And Don Albert||Bourbon Street Parade|
|B2||–Bob Greene||Frog-I-More Rag|
|B3||–Kerry Price||Sweet Substitute|
|B4||–Alvin Alcorn||I Found A New Baby|
|B6||–Jeanette Kimball||Someday You'll Be Sorry|
- Bass – Chester Zardis
- Clarinet – Louis Cottrell*
- Drums – Louis Barbarin
- Piano – Bob Greene , Jeanette Kimball, Kerry Price
- Trombone – Preston Jackson
- Trumpet – Alvin Alcorn, Don Albert
NotesDistributed by The Louisiana Department of Commerce & Industry to promote the state with their "Louisiana Works" campaign. This LP was given out to potential business owners to lure companies into the state.
Note on label reads: "Recorded April 14-15, 1976 under the personal supervision and direction of Al Rose, Sound Engineer and Bob Lawton of Pan-American Films. Recorded on the roof of the Monteleone Hotel through the courtesy of the proprietor of "The Duke's Place," Mr John Shoup.