Mike Zwerin Jazz Trio - Not Much Noise mp3 album
- Performer: Mike Zwerin Jazz Trio
- Title: Not Much Noise
- Genre: Jazz
- Formats: MP4 WMA ASF AHX AU VOX DXD
- Released: 1979
- MP3 album: 1826 mb
- FLAC album: 1713 mb
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Mike Zwerin Jazz Trio. Not Much Noise (LP, Album).
Blues Incorporated, Mike Zwerin Jazz Trio, Miles Davis & His Tuba Band, Mingus Big Band, Not Much Noise, Orchestra . ZIP (8). Variações: Visualizando tudo Mike Zwerin. Michael Zweerin, Michael Zwerin, Mike Zwirin, Zwerin, マイケル・ゼヴェリン.
Artist & Title: Mike Zwerin Jazz Trio - Not Much Noise. Catalogue Number: Spotlite SPJLP19. EX Excellent condition, no noticeable marks and like new. Often records which we grade as EX look as they have never been played - but we don't know for sure. Surface noise will be evident upon playing, especially in soft passages and during a song’s intro and fade, but will not overpower the music otherwise.
Title Not Much Noise. EAN SPJLP 19. Reference LPS 136180. Gradding sleeve near mint. Grading record near mint. Discs number 1. Not Much Noise. USED LP 17,95 €. Quantity.
Trio is the first studio album from the Northern German band of the same name. It was released on October 27, 1981, by Mercury Records. It included a bonus single and has a handle attached to the cover.
Mike Zwerin: jazz trombonist. April 23 2010, 6:49pm, The Times. At the age of 18, while on his summer holidays from the University of Miami, Mike Zwerin was the trombonist in Miles Davis’s Nonet at the Royal Roost club in New York. This band was famously to record its music the following year in the album that became immortalised as The Birth of the Cool, but by then Zwerin had gradated and gone into his father’s steel business. A few muddy recordings exist of radio broadcasts by the band during Zwerin’s time in it, which gave him a lifelong reputation as a jazz musician lucky enough to have been at the cutting edge of a new movement.
Mike Zwerin (May 18, 1930 – April 2, 2010) was an American cool jazz musician and author. Zwerin as a musician played the trombone and bass trumpet within various jazz ensembles. He was active within the jazz and progressive jazz musical community as a session musician
Mike Nock always brings up much good listening from down under. He has been teaching music in Sydney, Australia for many years. In his late ’50s, Nock has long owned his voice-purling, wry, articulate, and his own touch-firm, dry, pellucid. Nock shines in a solo setting, but trio also serves him well. Drummer Tony Reedus has many fine moments, with swirling belltree and brushes, as does bassist Anthony Cox, with a powerful singing voice of his own, whose thoughtful solo opens the album. The only non-original, most of which stick to the ribs, is Cry Me A River done in three, with nice interplay with Reedus’ skimmering brushes. Nock’s compositions are tough-minded and individualistic, yet somehow primeval and pristine. Hadrian’s Wall made me dig out his old Timeless album (1978) with the young Mike Brecker.
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|A1||Laker To London
Composed By – Zwerin*
Composed By – Nemeth*
Composed By – Escoude*
Composed By – Stockhausen*
Composed By – Coleman*
Composed By – Young*
Composed By – Lewis*
- Published By – Kensington Music – B1, B3
- Published By – Bregman, Vocco & Conn – B2
- Recorded At – Gafinel Studios, Paris – SPJLP19
- Acoustic Guitar – Christian Escoudé (tracks: A2, A3, B1, B2)
- Design Concept – Malcolm Walker
- Double Bass – Gus Nemeth
- Electric Guitar – Christian Escoudé (tracks: A1, A4, B4)
- Liner Notes – Mike Zwerin
- Painting – Pete Green
- Producer – Anthony Williams (tracks: ANV: Tony Williams)
- Trombone – Mike Zwerin (tracks: A2, A4, B1)
- Trumpet – Mike Zwerin (tracks: A1, A3, B2, B3)
NotesOn labels and back cover: Mike Zwerin Jazz Chamber Trio.
Recorded October 31/November 1, 1978.
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- Rights Society (Side A): SDRM