Bud Powell - Bud Powell In Paris mp3 album
First released in 1964. Tracks 10, 11: Previously unreleased bonus tracks.
Earl Rudolph "Bud" Powell (September 27, 1924 – July 31, 1966) was an American jazz pianist. Though Thelonious Monk was a close friend and influence, his greatest piano influence was Art Tatum. Along with Charlie Parker, Monk, and Dizzy Gillespie, Powell was a leading figure in the development of modern jazz, or bebop. His virtuosity led many to call him the Charlie Parker of the piano
Bud Powell in Paris is a studio album by jazz pianist Bud Powell, recorded in Paris for Reprise in February 1963 and released in 1964. It was produced by Duke Ellington. Alternates and outtakes from the session were released by Mythic Sound on Earl Bud Powell, Vol. 6: Writin' for Duke, 63. "How High the Moon" (Morgan Lewis, Nancy Hamilton) – 3:54. Dear Old Stockholm" (traditional) – 3:53. Body and Soul" (Johnny Green, Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frank Eyton) – 6:05. Jor-Du" (Duke Jordan) – 4:18.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Although this album has nine tracks there were twenty-two tracks recorded that February 1963 day in Paris. That in itself should have sapped the energy of the trio, yet they are fresh and playing at peak on the seven original and two bonus tracks from the same session on this album. Also, I can only speculate on what Duke Ellington's presence and direction as producer did to influence the music.
By: Bud Powell (1975, Jazz). 1953 Spring Sessions Broadcast Performances by Bud Powell. Salt Peanuts by Bud Powell. Cookin’ At Saint-Germain, 57-59 by Bud Powell. A Tribute To Cannonball by Bud Powell. Tribute To Thelonious, 64 by Bud Powell. Live In Lausanne 1962 by Bud Powell. Ups ‘n Downs by Bud Powell. View all albums . Bud In Paris. By: Bud Powell (1975, Jazz).
Bud in Paris is an album by jazz pianist Bud Powell, originally released on Xanadu Records in 1975, containing non-studio recordings made of Powell in Paris between December 1959 and October 1960. It is not to be confused with the 1964 Reprise recording, Bud Powell in Paris. The first session on the disc (tracks 1-2), from 14 February 1960, is a duet between Powell and Johnny Griffin on tenor. The next session (tracks 3-6), from 12 December 1959, features Barney Wilen on tenor with Powell, Pierre Michelot (bass), and Kenny Clarke (drums).
Dear Old Stockholm, 03:52. Body and Soul, 06:05.
Bud Powell’s great French benefactor Francis Paudras accumulated, self-recorded, and released a good bit of live Powell after the pianist’s expatriation to Paris in 1959. It is from this collection that The Paris Sessions is assembled. The recordings were made between 1957 and 1964, two years before the pianist’s unfortunate death in New York City of tuberculosis, drink, and dissolution. During the heyday of the Bebop revolution, Bud Powell was the preeminent Modern Jazz pianist. If Thelonious Monk was the High Priest of Bebop, then Powell was its archbishop.
|A1||How High The Moon|
|A2||Dear Old Stockholm|
|A3||Body And Soul|
|B1||Reets And I|
|B4||I Can't Get Started|
- Record Company – Warner Bros. Records
- Copyright (c) – Essex Productions, Inc.
- Art Direction – Merle Shore
- Bass – Gilbert Rovere*
- Drums – Carl Donnell "Kansas" Fields*
- Liner Notes – Leonard Feather
- Painting – Donald Leake
- Piano – Bud Powell
- Producer – Duke Ellington
|WPCR-13188||Bud Powell||Bud Powell In Paris (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||Reprise Records||WPCR-13188||Japan||2008|
|R9-6098||Bud Powell||Bud Powell In Paris (LP, Album, Mono)||Reprise Records||R9-6098||Canada||1963|
|P-6123R, R-6098||Bud Powell||Bud Powell In Paris (LP, Album)||Reprise Records, Reprise Records||P-6123R, R-6098||Japan||Unknown|
|9362-45817-2||Bud Powell||Bud Powell In Paris (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Reprise Records, Warner Archives||9362-45817-2||Europe||1995|
|WPCR-27104||Bud Powell||Bud Powell In Paris (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Reprise Records||WPCR-27104||Japan||2013|