Monty Alexander - Estade mp3 album
Monty Alexander - Estade.
Alexander, Alexander Monty, Bernard Montgomery "Monty" Alexander, M. Alexander, . lexander, Monte Alexander, Monto, Monty, Monty Alexander In Concert, Monty Mento, М. Александер.
Montgomery Bernard "Monty" Alexander (born 6 June 1944) is a jazz pianist. His playing has a Caribbean influence and bright swinging feeling, with a strong vocabulary of bebop jazz and blues rooted melodies. He was influenced by Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Nat King Cole, Oscar Peterson, and Frank Sinatra. Alexander also sings and plays the melodica. He is known for his surprising musical twists, bright rhythmic sense, and intense dramatic musical climaxes.
Monty Meets Sly And Robbie 2000. Triple Treat (With Ray Brown & Herb Ellis) (Vinyl) 1982. Live At The Iridium 2005. Triple Treat II (With Ray Brown & Herb Ellis) 1987. Overseas Special (With Ray Brown, Herb Ellis) (Vinyl) 1982. Triple Treat III (With Ray Brown & Herb Ellis) 1989. We've Only Just Begun (Vinyl) 1971. Montreux Alexander Live (Vinyl) 1977. Monty Strikes Again (Unlimited Love) (Vinyl) 1976. Just In Time CD2 1996. 1. Too Marvelous For Words.
Features of a Monty Alexander set will typically include some killer blues (eg. Bluesology from 1976), rhythm changes- often a la "Fungi Mama" (Caribbean flava), meltingly exquisite ballad playing, calypso tunes which highlight a distinctive rhythmic approach, songs associated with Sinatra, Ellington or Bob Marley, and highly original arrangements of pop tunes (Love Story Theme 1971, Here Comes The Sun 1971, the Carpenters "For All We Know" 1973, Feel Like Makin' Love 1974, People Make Th. ESTADE 1977 (3 cuts only)- You're My Everything, Estate, Got To Go. This album was the equivalent of Oscar's "Respect To Nat" record meaning that Monty sang most of the tunes but was accompanied by guitar, bass and conga drums as one hears in Nat Cole and the early Oscar Peterson and Ahmad Jamal groups. Two cuts here are instrumental but "Estate" is sung by Monty as a vocalese.
Montgomery Bernard "Monty" Alexander (6 June 1944, Kingston, Jamaica) is a jazz pianist who sings and plays the melodica. His playing has a Caribbean influence and bright swinging feeling, with a strong vocabulary of bebop and soulful blues melodies. He was influenced by Oscar Peterson, Erroll Garner, Les McCann, Ahmad Jamal, and Wynton Kelly Alexander married the American jazz guitarist Emily Remler in 1981. They divorced in 1985. Alexander is married to Italian jazz singer Caterina Zapponi.
Artist: Monty Alexander Title Of Album: Discography (48 Albums) Year Of Release: 1965-2011 Label: Concord Jazz, Emarcy, Chesky, MPS, Telarc, Jazz Legacy Productions Genre: Jazz, Piano Jazz . Artist: Monty Alexander Title: Discography Genre: Jazz, Piano Jazz, Post-Bop, Reggae-Jazz Quality: FLAC, APE, WAVPack (Image+. Monty Alexander (born Montgomery Bernard Alexander on June 6, 1944 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a jazz pianist, who also plays the melodica. His playing has a strong Caribbean influence and swinging feeling, but he has also been influenced by Art Tatum, Oscar Peterson, Wynton Kelly, and Ahmad Jamal.
|A1||To The End Of The Earth||3:07|
|A2||Too Marvelous For Words||3:07|
|A4||You're My Everything||5:51|
|A5||Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You||3:06|
|B1||Isn't She Lovely||3:48|
|B3||A Beautiful Friendship||3:22|
|B4||For Sentimental Reasons||4:00|
|B5||Got To Go||4:35|
NotesMonty Alexander (Piano, Vocal), Andy Simpkins (Bass), Ernest Ranklin (Guitar), Charles Campell (Congas)
Producer H.G. Brunner-Schwer, Recording Director Willy Fruth, Engenieer H.G. Brunner-Schwer, Recorded on September 14-16, 1977 in Villingen