Various - The Best Of The Blue Note Best Ofs mp3 album
Title: The Best Of The Blue Note Best Ofs
Date of release: 1995
Size MP3: 1718 mb
Size FLAC: 1304 mb
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Blue Note Records are designed simply to serve the uncompromising expressions of hot jazz or swing, in general. Any particular style of playing which represents an authentic way of musical feeling is genuine expression. By virtue of its significance in place, time and circumstance, it possesses its own tradition, artistic standards and audience that keep it alive. Hot jazz, therefore, is expression and communication, a musical and social manifestation, and Blue Note records are concerned with identifying its impulse, not its sensational and commercial adornments. Agreed, Saxophone Colossus is a great album, one of the all-time classics; however it was not made for Blue Note, but for Prestige, if I remember correctly. One of the best albums ever. And no Pete LaRoca Basra is also a mistake. But most of all no JACKIE MCLEAN DESTINATION OUT?!?!?
This collection from 1994 serves up one of the first CD compilations of the very best tracks that Blue Note issued during their classic run in the '50s and ‘60s, all of them by legendary artists in their own right. From Thelonious Monk’s Criss Cross, and Sonny Rollins’ Tune Up, to Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers’ definitive version of Bobby Timmons’ Moanin’, John Coltrane’s Blue Train, and Horace Silver’s original trio version of Que Pasa, there isn’t a weak cut in the bunch.
Michel Petrucciani - Best Of The Blue Note Years. 7-1. –Michel Petrucciani. Track 6-8 did not appear on the original album. CD7: Michel Petrucciani - Best Of The Blue Note Years (5099902677927). CD8: Sarah Vaughan - After Hours (5099902678023) Recorded at the RKO Pathe Studios, New York, . CD9: Wayne Shorter - Speak No Evil (5099902678122) Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 24th December 1964. Track 9-7 did not appear on the original album. CD10: Sonny Rollins - Newk's Time (5099902678221) Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey, .
This album was released on the label Blue Note (catalog number 7243 8 34957 2 6). This album was released in 1995 year. Format of the release is. CD, Compilation. Watch now Various's video clip of album "The Best Of Blue Note Best Ofs".
Blue Note missed out on early Bebop (there is no Charlie Parker on the label) but caught up by recording all the early masterpieces by the magnificently idiosyncratic pianist/composer Thelonious Monk, starting in 1947. This is the only album that Coltrane made for Blue Note as leader. By general acclaim, however, it is rated as the best of his early recordings, and among the finest of his career. 4 Art Blakey: Moanin’ (1958). The drummer Art Blakey was one of Blue Note’s staple figures. Selecting one from the stack of albums Blakey made for Blue Note with his Jazz Messengers is tricky. This album has a hit in the title track by Bobby Timmons. 5 Hank Mobley: Workout (1961). Tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley was a musician’s musician, underrated during his life, a cult after his death.
Blue Note: 25 Essential Albums. Bossenger and Adam Blyweiss. In the great discussion of the history of jazz, a handful of notable record labels will inevitably come up - Verve, Impulse, Atlantic, Columbia, and to a lesser extent, CTI and Riverside. John Coltrane – Blue Train (1958). For being such a scion of jazz, it seems a little weird that this is ‘Trane’s only Blue Note album guided by his own hand from start to finish. Yet in honoring a verbal agreement with label founder Alfred Lion he ended up doing the right thing for Blue Note’s reputation, for his own legacy, and for jazz history.
Horace Silver The Best Blue Note Album. Horace Silver The Best Blue Note Album Song For My Father.
ICON - The Best Of Blue Note. Great field of marvellous music to explore, a wonderful introduction if you don't have anything from Blue Note but also a compact means of containing a wide range of artists and tracks. 2 people found this helpful.
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