Various - Blue Note Blend - On The Count Of 3 mp3 album
Except for US3's "Cantaloop" - a dance/hip-hop instrumental that, in 1993, sampled Herbie Hancock's "Cantaloupe Island" - this CD focuses on the '50s and '60s, and listeners get a rewarding dose of introductory Blue Note 101 with gems like Horace Silver's "Song for My Father," Thelonious Monk's "Straight, No Chaser," and John. Coltrane's "Blue Train.
Like much of Blue Note's material over the years, there's a blue mood to the jazz, quiet & smooth while also moving & rhythmic. A good sampling of various artists. One person found this helpful. 3. Lullaby Of Birdland - Count Basie. 4. Le Coiffeur - Dexter Gordon. 5. Let's Get Lost - Chet Baker.
Blue Note’s very first press release stated. 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. And Mingus didn’t record for Blue Note (although he’s on the trio record with Ellington, and Max Roach), and A Love Supreme and Crescent are on MCA Impulse records. places and spaces is the album that containts tracks that i can’t decide which i like most! sad they forgot about this album(.
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Blue Note Records is an American jazz record label that is owned by Universal Music Group and operated with Decca Records. Established in 1939 by Alfred Lion and Max Margulis, it derives its name from the blue notes of jazz and the blues. Originally dedicated to recording traditional jazz and small group swing, from 1947 the label began to switch its attention to modern jazz.
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. But it’s a strong enough indication that the album you’re about to hear is stylish and sleek. Right on the cusp between hard bop and cool jazz, Cool Struttin’ lives up to its name, never hitting so hard that the players ever sound like they’re breaking a sweat. And yet, there’s a lot more personality and character here than on a lot of the cool jazz records that came out before it. It swings and it grooves. It’s bluesy and it’s soulful.
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Congas – Ray BarrettoDouble Bass – Major HolleyDrums – Billy English*Electric Guitar – Kenny Burrell
Bass – Ron CarterDrums – Tony Williams*Piano – Herbie HancockTenor Saxophone – George ColemanTrumpet – Freddie Hubbard
Bass – Wendell MarshallCongas – Carlos "Patato" ValdesDrums – Willie BoboGuitar – Grant GreenPiano – Johnny AceaShekere – Garvin Masseaux
|4||My Funny Valentine
Double Bass – Carson SmithDrums – Bob NeelPiano – Russ FreemanTrumpet – Chet Baker
Guitar – Barney KesselVocals – Sarah Vaughan
|6||The Witch Doctor
Drums – Art BlakeyPiano – Bobby TimmonsTenor Saxophone – Wayne ShorterTrumpet – Lee Morgan
Piano – Dr. John
|8||Children's Song No. 3
Piano – Renee Rosnes
|9||Just A Blues
Double Bass – Ugonna OkegwoDrums – Leon ParkerPiano – Jacky Terrasson
|10||I Can't Stand The Rain
Resonator Guitar – Chris WhiteleyVocals – Cassandra Wilson
Alto Saxophone – Cannonball AdderleyBass – Sam JonesDrums – Art BlakeyPiano – Hank JonesTrumpet – Miles Davis
Alto Saxophone – Lou DonaldsonCornet – Melvin LastieDrums – Leo MorrisGuitar – George BensonOrgan – Lonnie Smith
|13||The Beat Goes On
Bass – Michael ArnopolDrums, Percussion – Eric MontzkaGuitar – John McLean Percussion – Ruben P. Alvarez*Piano, Vocals, Organ – Patricia Barber