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Title: Sides Of Blue: The Jazz Greats Who Played On Kind Of Blue
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Sides of Blue: The Jazz Greats Who Played on Kind of Blue. Concord, Fantasy 7230339. Sides of Blue: The Jazz Greats Who Played on Kind of Blue.
Blue Note is unquestionably the most iconic jazz label there has ever been. In saying that, it may well be the most iconic record label of all time. When Alfred Lion started the label in 1939, recording boogie woogie pianists Meade Lux Lewis and Albert Ammons, his intention was to bring to the public the kind of music that he felt was important. It is a mission that he never wavered from, nor have the Blue Note albums that have followed in his illustrious footsteps
3 Shades of Blue is the final album recorded as leader by American jazz saxophonist Johnny Hodges featuring performances recorded in 1970 with vocalist Leon Thomas and composer/arranger Oliver Nelson and first released on the Flying Dutchman label. The album was rereleased in 1989 under Nelson's leadership as Black, Brown and Beautiful with additional tracks. Empty Ballroom Blues" (Duke Ellington, Cootie Williams) - 4:54.
Not a classical album – a classic album. One definition would be a recording that is both of superb quality and of enduring significance. Musicians refer to the special sound on Kind of Blue as modal. And the term modal jazz is often found in writings about jazz styles and jazz history. What exactly is modal jazz? There are two characteristic features that set this style apart. The first is the use of scales that are different from the standard major and minor ones.
Kind of Blue" has little historical import beyond its musical influence, but it makes a terrific cultural milestone against which we can measure a half century of change.
Find all 111 songs featured in Shades of Blue, listed by episode with scene descriptions. S2 · E7 · A House Divided That song touched me too (King of Pain cover). S3 · E10 · By Virtue Fall Who is the guy with the very deep voice singing "Our House"? Not The Moon Loungers version.
Kind of Blue is a music group formed in Hamburg in 1995. Currently, the band consists of Lidia Kopania (vocals) and Bernd Klimpel (guitars). In 1996 Kind of Blue played their first concert for 600 people near Hamburg, Germany. After approximately 100 concerts in two years, Kind of Blue entered the talent competition the John Lennon Talent Award. Several weeks later, Kind of Blue signed a contract with Eastwest Records and started to record their first album.
The album is Miles Davis' Kind of Blue. Listen to trumpeter Olu Dara, soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy, trumpeter Terrell Stafford, and critic Stanley Crouch talk about the significance of Kind of Blue. Kind of Blue brought together seven now-legendary musicians in the prime of their careers: tenor saxophonist John Coltrane, alto saxophonist Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, pianists Bill Evans and Wynton Kelly, bassist Paul Chambers, drummer Jimmy Cobb and of course, trumpeter Miles Davis.
|1||–Wynton Kelly||Willow Weep For Me|
|3||–John Coltrane||While My Lady Sleeps|
|4||–John Coltrane, Tadd Dameron||On A Misty Night|
|5||–The Bill Evans Trio||Woody'n You (Take 2)|
|6||–Cannonball Adderley, Bill Evans||Know What I Mean?|
|7||–Cannonball Adderley, Bill Evans||Elsa|
|8||–Cannonball Adderley, Bill Evans||Nancy (With The Laughing Face)|
|9||–John Coltrane||Theme For Ernie|
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