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This first of the series is a solo recital. However, this was the album that first got tongues wagging, echoing the free spirit of the psychedelic s and landing them an early slot at The Fillmore. Miles noticed too, quickly snatching Jarrett and DeJohnette for his own jazz-rock experiments that ushered in the dawn of a new era. Hancock soars and Brecker burns. Yet while the playing is exemplary, the choice of repertoire makes this album stand apart.
Yet they all end up as impeccable, burning New York-style jazz of the highest order and press the green light for other artists to follow suit. Many maintain that Kirk never made the perfect album: if so, this one comes closer than any other, mostly because Elvin Jones is consistently lighting a fire under the quartet generally and Kirk in particular. These early Monk sides almost sank without trace when first issued as 78rpm singles, and it was only because of a LP selection under this title in the mids that more than a handful of punters took any notice.
Yet the miraculous Blakey is at his early best. Recorded a few months into his stint with Miles, this date finds Shorter on the cusp of his mature compositional and improvisatory styles and in the congenial company of Hancock and Carter, with Elvin Jones keeping it honest at the back and Hubbard providing his usual perfect foil at the front.
Herbie, of course, would do it without him a few months later on Maiden Voyage. Vive le difference, we say… KS. Feature: Wayne Shorter — Music of the Spheres. Duke Ellington discovered and recorded pianist-composer Dollar Brand aka Abdullah Ibrahim in playing in a more or less conventional jazz manner, but it took a long time for the South African township music he evolved in the s to be accepted outside of Africa.
This album was one of the very first to be made in America and its impact was immense, its melodicism, warmth and simplicity brought something new and refreshing to the often overheated, testosterone-filled gladiatorial pit of small group improvising to established harmonic patterns. As Jelly Roll Morton had shown 50 years earlier, sometimes the best comes from a truly group effort. Tracey is indispensable, a one-man mission statement.
Here he showed how much could be achieved within the basic jazz quartet format. Reaction at the time seems to have been along the lines of where on earth did this come from? After this, there would always be more to jazz than just blowing. It took the UK, who habitually look to the USA for its jazz heroes, longer than most European countries to come under their spell, but this is the album that did it.
Their attachment to deeply felt melody, unhurried intensity, framed with the Nordic Tone, and the comparatively unconventional, pop-like structures of their compositions endeared them to jazz and non-jazz fans alike, in the honest humanity of their playing. A diffident self-promoter, Evans was only rarely coaxed into the recording studios to deliver albums that reflected fully his own musical visions away from the stars he wrapped in his sonic delights.
Seamlessly featuring soloists like Wayne Shorter, Johnny Coles and Phil Woods, this album is pure musical alchemy from a total original. The CD is a happily expanded version of the original vinyl, adding 27 minutes of excellent previously unreleased new music. West coast jazz in its infancy and at its most joyously infectious. This is a Japanese CD reissue which more than doubles the original vinyl playing time. Voted best jazz album of by The Guardian and part three of a musical odyssey that comprises five volumes stretching from In the process they lay to rest Bill Evans soundalike comparisons once and for all.
Four For Trane demonstrates not only a shift in allegiance to Coltrane but a real gift for arrangement and a thoroughly original approach to his own playing at a time when everyone was copying Trane or Rollins. He may have got more radical later, but this was a per cent proof shot of the new on its initial release. Some of the charts wear better than others, but the overall feel is timeless.
The first time was with Charlie Parker, but by the time he landed a contract with Capitol for some modern jazz sides with an augmented group, he was able to operate freely, pulling in the restless writing talents of Gil Evans, John Lewis, Gerry Mulligan and John Carisi to create a unified and superbly subtle backdrop for his emergent lyricism.
The world is changed, part one. May Political statement, samizdat reflection on events or Janovian primal scream? Machine Gun leaves you shaken to the core. The trouble with Hawk is the same one faced by someone looking for an ideal single-set introduction to maverick genius Sidney Bechet — in such a long and protean career, how do you get all the best bits on one label?
With Hawk, you can just about do it. The best of the later Hawk is on Verve, but this intro is nicely rounded. Timing is everything. Then, a car crash claimed Brown and pianist Richie Powell and it was all over. The CD contains two alternative takes adding 10 more minutes of music.
For the five years he held his Junior Cook-Blue Mitchell quintet together, Silver had the perfect combination of his high-quality tunes and a band that had a magic interpretative touch. They all played for each other to such an extent that the group became one of the true s greats.
Song For My Father features this group on two tracks, but not on the famous title tune, which instead ushers in the brilliant but short-lived quintet featuring Joe Henderson and Carmell Jones. No cause to fear: all remains in place for a classic that still casts its spell. Lester Bowie t, flhn, perc , Roscoe Mitchell ss, as, bs, cl, fl, whistles, steel drum, perc , Joseph Jarman ss, as, cl, oboe, mba, siren, g and Malachi Favors b, el b, banjo, log drum and perc. A spin on a fairground carousel that nevertheless stays on the side of art rather than entertainment.
Using anything from Dixieland riffs to bluesy drawls to classical intermezzi, AEoC create a mix-tape in which tempo, mood and idiom become shifting sands on a strange and beautiful landscape. Imagine William Burroughs cutting up sheet music instead of text and having skilled players somehow make the fragments sound coherent. A deeply subversive but sophisticated work that must have been highly informative to anyone from Zappa to Zorn. Young was past his creative peak by the time vinyl LPs became the norm for recording purposes, but luckily a young Norman Granz snuck this session in during while Young was signed elsewhere, then sat on it until he signed Young himself in What a sleeve!
These heady cosmic grooves fed the creative fire of anyone from Roy Ayers to Lonnie Liston Smith in the s and inspired the more discerning purveyors of pro-tools instrumental music such as The Cinematic Orchestra in the millennium. This is a superb example of post modern jazz. Zorn, the arch post modernist, expropriated practices, fragments and signifiers of different, sometimes alien music and relocated them within his own brash expressionism.
Using segue-like channel zapping on TV, one mood is thrust in harsh disjunction with another. The only thing certain about postmodernism is uncertainty, so we should pay attention to this music, because uncertainty in an uncertain world is shaping all of us.
Theorist, teacher, creative thinker and virtuoso pianist, Tristano had advanced and very firmly held views about what constituted good playing practice. He expected his musicians to adhere to such views and accept whatever discipline he imposed. Those who only know Gillespie from his s efforts onwards can have no conception as to the veritable force of nature his trumpet playing was in the s.
This CD collation of the earliest sides under his leadership, made for tiny labels such as Guild and Musicraft, will have your jaw sagging in amazement as he consistently delivers ideas that top even those of Parker. Just to keep it interesting, Gillespie also wrote some of the most enduring bop anthems, and many of them get their first outings here.
These sessions, like the Parker Savoys, are the holy tablets of bop. Ra had been making albums for his own label Saturn for a decade by the time this one slipped out via ESP-Disk, but this was the first to make a wide impact due not only to the unprecedented nature of the music some tracks sound closer to Tibetan Buddhist music than anything being played in the America at the time but also to the fact that ESP-Disk, a tiny label making a big noise at the time, actually got distributed outside of Chicago and New York and even made a splash internationally.
Ra was on the vinyl map and never looked back. Next stop, Jupiter. There is a curious reluctance for some to acknowledge that Rollins came back from his voluntary exile a more complete and fascinatingly complex musician. The Bridge is enduring testimony to that fact: he has shed all stylistic baggage, leads from the front, plays with a new poise and freshness and with a unique identity that has stayed intact up to the present day.
Although lates Rollins may be the stuff to get the critics panting, this was the template for all future Rollins creative ventures, whether they be avant-garde or retro or just plain Sonny. Unbeatable music. This album emphasises the latter talents: he uses his highly personal sense of composition and instrumental colour much as Jelly Roll Morton did back in the late s, bringing out sensational new sonorities and ideas between the select group of musicians he is using here and goading them to some of their most eloquent playing, individually and collectively.
When those musicians include the front line we have here, that makes for some very special music indeed. Depending on which CD version you come across this can be a straight version of the vinyl original or contain two extra alternative takes. One of the most important jazz albums ever. Using just six players, Russell achieves wonderful orchestral textures within these 12 compositions, thanks partly to guitarist Galbraith, and introduces the world to modal jazz and Bill Evans en route.
Strange new harmonies, polyrhythms, pantonality and extended composition — with Russell and Gil Evans, jazz just became a complete new zone of potentialities. More influential on the jazz community directly, on Miles, Coltrane and Oliver Nelson, than through its sales, this is the one that so many musicians still check out. A masterpiece of small group playing and a masterclass on the role of composition in the music. Getz ts , Roy Haynes d , chamber string group and Hershey Kay cond.
Nothing in the history of jazz soloist-plus-strings recordings could prepare the uninitiated listener for what this album delivers. Focus stands in glorious isolation even within the jazz tradition but is a certifiable classic within the genre that others still cite in awe.
By the time he made this date, Corea had worked his way through a heavy avant-garde phase and out onto the sunlit plains of his own latin-based musical imagination. Intoxicating music played by masters makes this an era-defining milestone. Heard and Jackie Mills d.
However, her discography on vinyl is convoluted: her s 78rpm output, where she was normally a featured singer rather than the star, had to wait until the s to appear in any ordered way and the s to appear substantially on CD. Ditto her s Deccas. By the time she settled with Verve in her voice had darkened and lost its suppleness.
This bold attempt to expand the boundaries of jazz in a dramatic jazz, blues, rock, Hendrix, MC5 amalgam left temperate listeners shell shocked and critics speechless. This is jazz, rhythm and electricity writ large in a tumbling roller coaster of ideas. No wonder the album was called Emergency, with every member of the band having so much to say but so little time to say it. Adderley was about to push into the soul-jazz era when he made this one-off for Blue Note. Miles got the altoist to shine through ballads and burnished blowing throughout, complementing in fine style while the rest of the crew kept a discreet distance.
Review Cannonball Adderley — Somethin' Else. Even techno fans — no sampling as such — will find early creative use of editing, recycling and overdubbing. Even more creative is the work of soloists such as Jackson, Byard and the amazing Mariano later of ECM and all points east , and the unaccompanied flamenco guitar part apparently written note-for-note by Mingus himself.
MusicBuy album from Presto Music. Norman Granz had long cherished the ambition to have Ella recording for his label but had to wait until to make the signing. His first project for her was to record as many Cole Porter songs as they could lay their hands on in large ensemble style and release them initially as volumes one and two on an unsuspecting but quickly enraptured public. The idea caught on and Ella kept doing composer songbooks well into the s.
Feature Ella Fitzgerald: essential recordings. Ellington often acknowledged that the Newport Jazz Festival offered him a virtual rebirth in terms of his in-person and recording career but there is little doubt as to why. The fact that 60 per cent of the original including just about all of The Festival Suite was recorded in the studio in the following days due to onstage microphone problems was only confirmed decades later. The original vinyl had just three tracks: this was also the original CD configuration.
A later two-CD version combines much improved sound with the complete festival appearance, plus studio extras. The Herman bands — they came to be known as the First and Second Herds — were s big band punk, high on their own adrenalin, testing all the boundaries and playing stampeding music that remains some of the most exciting of the last fifty years, whatever the genre: these guys took the sophistication of Ellington, grafted it on to the bone-chilling excitement of the Gillespie big band soloists and anchored it with the insanely swinging rhythm section of bassist Chubby Jackson and drummer Dave Tough.
This set, first pulled together on vinyl in the s and re-jigged many times on LP and CD since, preserves the best of a truly great big band and its leader. Intensity, meaning and space are essential to understanding what is probably the most misunderstood approach to jazz improvisation. By then the first album had delivered a blues-plus-bebop blueprint for the jazz organ trio that Smith would subsequently develop, refine and occasionally revise, but that stayed remarkably consistent in content and quality over the next decade.
A classic jazz album produced at a time when such albums seemed to be coming out every other day. Essentially the Miles Davis Quintet of the day with Hubbard pinch hitting for Davis and playing as well as he would at any point of career it contained two Hancock originals that would assume quickly the status of jazz standards.
Blakey was in on the ground floor when it came to the evolution of hard bop into soul jazz, having co-led the first Jazz Messengers with Horace Silver back in But the real jewels on this album are the eight solo selections recorded in February The level of invention Powell achieves puts this recital on equal par with anything in the recorded annals of jazz piano and makes it basic required jazz listening. They also had a secret weapon in that all four musicians were steeped in the blues and could wail whenever they needed to, thus obviating any tendency to effete noodling when things got a little formal.
Fontessa was their first for Atlantic with the fully integrated line-up including Connie Kay: it delivered a perfect blueprint for the many MJQ advances of the next decade. Wes Montgomery simply played differently from all the others. He picked the strings with his thumb instead of a plectrum, creating a fresh, warm sound — sensitive on ballads but incisive on fast tempos.
His solos would move through three stages, beginning with single-line improvisation, then shifting up a gear with passages in unison octaves, before building to a climax with lines stated in block chords. Sinatra the jazz singer? There are vast swathes of Sinatra recordings that could never be remotely described as jazz, but the man himself credits Tommy Dorsey and Billie Holiday as his musical mentors and, when he put his mind to it, he could phrase and swing with the best.
Davies, whose expertise in this area is legendary. Except he did it first. However, things went supernova-ish when this incredible unit made and released this jazz best-seller in Nobody remained untouched by his light-but-tight approach, his winningly imaginative arrangements and his incredible attention to dynamics.
This one turned everyone around. Ornette set the musicians up in two parallel quartets, arranged some loose themes and collective playing to book end the entire performance as well as section off each solo, then let the musicians loose for a collective bout of improvisation that lasts well over half an hour reinventing the possibilities of jazz as it does so.
The overall marvel of this record is that, while it proved to be so pregnant with ideas for those who followed in the next decades, the music grips the listener as excitingly as ever today. Brubeck rarely gets his due. A shame, because his good qualities are pretty special. For starters, he knew exactly the way to get the best from Paul Desmond, and for that we should all be down on our knees in thanks.
Put that all together and the unusual time signatures that mark this album out tend to pale in significance while the music remains convincing. It may have been jazz-rock after Bitches Brew, but after Head Hunters jazz-funk was the flavour de jour. The release represented a u-turn of spectacular proportions from the more esoteric direction mapped out on Crossings and Sextant to an album aimed squarely at the dance floor which is where it scored. Review Herbie Hancock — Head Hunters.
Ayler made a couple of revolutionary records in Europe two years prior to this but the first ESP-Disk was the one that made the breakthrough in terms of reaching out and changing absolutely everything. It was only later that his musical forms were grasped and understood. On release, the record changed every conception of what constituted cutting-edge jazz overnight and unleashed generations of imitators.
But Albert did it first, and did it best. It lit up the night sky for almost two years, everything was played at mph with the Marshall stacks turned up to eleven. It left audiences in awe, then suddenly was gone. McLaughlin redefined the role of guitar in jazz, Cobham the drums and the band set new standards in ensemble cohesion. Blondie — Heart Of Glass  New York Dolls — Personality Crisis  The Runaways — Cherry Bomb  Lynyrd Skynyrd — Sweet Home Alabama  Steve Miller Band — The Joker  Das Band — Forbidden Fruit  Player — Baby Come Back .
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