lunes, 31 de marzo de 2014

The Brand New Heavies • The Acid Jazz Years



Tracklist:
01. Stay This Way - The Brand New Heavies, Wellman, Jim (4:16)
02. Dream Come True (4:55)
03. BNH (5:55)
04. Rest of Me (4:23)
05. Never Stop (4:45)
06. Ride in the Sky - The Brand New Heavies, Levy, Andrew (3:21)
07. Sphynx (6:14)
08. Reality (3:53)
09. Gimme One of Those (3:44)
10. People Get Ready (3:48)
11. Put the Funk Back In (3:24)
12. Country Funkin' (4:45)
13. Mother's Tongue (4:20)
14. Headhunters (5:29)
15. A Day at the Seaside (3:39)

Release: May 11, 2001
Label: Metro Music






Rhoda Scott • Beyond the Sea


Preview: [url]http://www.cduniverse.com/productinfo.asp?pid=8200957[/url]

Year Of Release: 2010
Label: DOODLIN' RECORDS
Total Time: 74:37 Min

This is only the second album for veteran organist Rhoda Scott during a 50-plus year career, most of it spent as an expatriate in Paris, France. A live recording from the famous Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society in Half Moon Bay, CA, Scott presents the lighter side of standards played in soul-jazz trim, with help from tenor saxophonist Rickey Woodard and the always excellent drummer Akira Tana. Scott is poised and reserved, using her internal fire to simmer on classic material, getting into a little bit of hard bop with scat vocalist Kim Nalley during "Falling in Love with Love," or doing the energetic, classic boogie number "Roll 'Em Pete." Woodard takes up a lot of space, favorably filling the cracks with swing and soul, as Scott muses her way through this long overdue and welcome set. ~ Michael G. Nastos Rhoda Scott is considered by many to be the most exciting jazz organist alive. Based in France, this expatriate jazz artist seldom records in the States but has developed a huge fan base over the last two decades. Her repertoire includes jazz standards, originals and the Blues in all variations. This CD is a must for jazz organ fans worldwide because of its swing and grove-based energy. Liner Note Author: Bob Porter. Recording information: Bach Dancing And Dynamite Society, Half Moon Bay, CA (08/23/2009). Personnel: Rhoda Scott (organ); Rickey Woodard (tenor saxophone); Akira Tana (drums). Audio Mixer: Adrian Wong. Down Beat (p.64) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "BEYOND THE SEA is rooted firmly in funk and soul from the opening track, and original burner that shines as one of the album's best." http://www.cduniverse.com/productinfo.asp?pid=8200957&style=music&fulldesc=T

Tracklist:

1. Half Moon Bay
2. My One and Only Love
3. Falling in Love with Love / By the River Saint Marie
4. Beyond the Sea
5. Green Dolphin Street
6. Beyond the Sea
7. Roll'em Pete
8. Secret Love
9. Blue Bossa





Milt Jackson • The Milt Jackson Big Four at The Montreaux Jazz Festival


Review
by Scott Yanow
Vibraphonist Milt Jackson teams up with pianist Oscar Peterson, bassist Niels Pedersen and drummer Mickey Roker for this particularly appealing set. There are many exciting performances (particularly Blue Mitchell's "Funji Mama," "Speed Ball" and "Mack the Knife" ) and some emotional ballad statements ("Everything Must Change" and "Like Someone like Love" ) . Bags and O.P. always bring out the best in each other and this well-conceived set is no exception.

Track listing
"Fuji Mama" (Blue Mitchell) - 6:34
"Everything Must Change" (Bernard Ighner) - 6:21
"Speedball" (Lee Morgan) - 7:54
"Nature Boy" (eden ahbez) - 4:30
"Stella by Starlight" (Ned Washington, Victor Young) - 7:20
"Like Someone in Love" (Johnny Burke, Jimmy van Heusen) - 5:56
"Night Mist Blues" (Ahmad Jamal) - 6:36
"Mack the Knife" (Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill) - 6:31
Recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival at the Casino de Montreux in Switzerland on July 17, 1975

Personnel
Milt Jackson – vibes
Oscar Peterson - piano
Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen - bass
Mickey Roker - drums






domingo, 30 de marzo de 2014

Claude Monet, pdf


Claude Monet / Nina Kalitina
2011 | Inglés | 200 pages | pdf | 58 MB










Wadadli Riders • Made in Antigua


Preview: http://www.amazon.com/Made-In-Antigua/dp/B003IOWITG]http://www.amazon.com/Made-In-Antigua/dp/B003IOWITG

Track listing
1. Dwell At 10
2. Caribbean Vibes
3. The Killer Wave
4. Brown Recluse
5. Calm Before A Storm
6. Kawaramachi
7. JBL D-130F
8. Mozipel Twist
9. Hurricane Season
10. Going My Wave







Stephane Grappelli • Whispering Gypsy



Track List
01 Pent Up House
02 Willow Weep for Me
3 Minor Swing
04 You’d Better Go Now
05 Django
06 How About You
07 Daphane
08 Et Maintenant
09 More Than You Know
10 All God’s Children Got Rhythm
11 Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?
12 Moonlight Walks
13 Them Their Eyes
14 I Can’t Give Anything But Love
15 My One and Only



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Tom Kennedy • Just For The Record


Track List
01. Breakneck 2:15
02. Just For The Record 7:25
03. Pumpkinette 4:39
04. Joyful Noise 5:46
05. Quase 6:10
06. Since Then 4:57
07. Love's Disguise 5:52
08. Mountain Flight 5:14
09. Alone Together 5:36

musicians
Tom Kennedy - Fodera 5 string electric bass, acoustic bass
Dave Weckl - Yamaha drums, Sabian cymbals
Mike Stern - Yamaha guitars
Charles Blenzig - piano, keyboards
Sarina Suno - violin
Jay Oliver - piano, keyboards
Bob Albanese - piano
Nathan Childers - Yamaha alto & soprano saxes









Herbie Mann • Afro-Jazziac Bop




CASI UN INCONSEGUIBLE.

Review - by John Bush
Few jazz musicians did more to introduce American audiences to the Latin-jazz fusion than flutist Herbie Mann, whose pop crossovers -- a generous soul would describe them as "easy to digest" -- were heard by many more listeners than the work of artistic innovators like Machito or Antonio Carlos Jobim. Though he wasn't exactly a trailblazer, Mann recorded a lot of exemplary music, and two of his earliest and most vital dates are heard on Afro-Jazziac Bop, a 2003 compilation released by Fuel 2000. (The same items also appear on a 1999 Entertainers collection titled Brazilian Soft Shoe.) Comprising a pair of co-billed LPs recorded just before he formed his Afro-Jazz Sextet in 1959, the disc includes music originally heard on the 1959 Roulette LP Machito With Flute to Boot and the 1958 Mode LP Flute Fraternity (with Buddy Collette). For the first, Mann is featured in front of Machito's Orchestra, with the addition of Johnny Griffin on tenor and Curtis Fuller on trombone. His jaunty solos fit in well with Machito's stately swing, while the titles alternate boppish experiments ("To Birdland and Hurry") with evocative overseas postcards ("African Flute," "Calypso John"). The other session is a slim and limber West Coast date, featuring Mann and fellow reed player Collette playfully trading solos -- in fact, "Herbie's Buddy" has them interacting first on flute, then tenor, then clarinet. Taken together, the two sets heard on Afro-Jazziac Bop don't equal his Savoy work of the same time, but both of them equal or go beyond his more popular Atlantic records.

Track Listings
1. Brazilian Soft Shoe
2. Afro-Jazziac
3. Ring-A-Levio
4. Afternoon Death
5. To Birdland and Hurry
6. Calypso John
7. African Flute
8. Carabunta
9. The Davis Cup
10. Answer Me
11. Herbie's Buddy
12. Perdido
13. Baubles, Bangles and Beads
14. Give A Little Whistle
15. Here's Pete
16. Theme From "Theme From"
17. Nancy With The Laughing Face
18. Morning After
19. Bacao
20. Love Chant

RELEASE DATE
May 20, 2003
DURATION
69:55






Les Paul • Now!


Review by Richard S. Ginell
Les Paul was coaxed briefly out of his musical retirement in 1967 to put together an album for London's audiophile Phase Four label -- and who better than this audio pioneer? But rather than use the opportunity to redefine himself as a progressive force in a different decade, Les meekly responded with a series of remakes of his earlier Capitol hits -- this time without the help of now-ex-wife Mary Ford. The tracks he originally recorded with Mary are rearranged completely for multiple guitars; only the spectacular "Tennessee Waltz" gains in the translation. The solo tracks for Capitol are remade with all kinds of fascinating stereo effects, but, with the exception of "Caravan," otherwise follow the original blueprints with a few embellishing touches. The only two bits of new material are credited to a writer named Manners: "The System," which went nowhere as a single, is a rare example of Les playing rock & roll, and "Los Angeles" is just a rewrite of Les' hit "Meet Mr. Callaghan." While it was nice to find Les back in action at the time, this record sounds like warmed-over goods. This album was re-released under the title Multi-Trackin'.

Track Listings
1. Lover
2. Bye Bye Blues
3. The System
4. Whispering
5. I Really Don't Want to Know
6. Tennessee Waltz
7. How High the Moon
8. Little Rock Getaway
9. Sleep
10. Caravan
11. Los Angeles
12. Lady of Spain
13. Golden Earrings

release date 1968
duration 29:35






Lee Rocker • Night Train To Memphis



Tracklist:
01 – Rockabilly Boogie
02 – Night Train To Memphis
03 – Slap The Bass
04 – Twenty Flight Rock
05 – Wild Child
06 – Honey Don’t
07 – That’s Alright Mama-Blue Moon
08 – Tear In My Beer
09 – Lonesome Tears
10 – Built For Speed
11 – So Sad
12 – All I Have To Do Is Dream









Ara Malikian • Sarasate














Ornamentación rusa / Russian Ornaments


Se trata de un pdf en idioma ruso pero con muchos gráficos que lo hacen interesante como para visualizar el estilo de la ornamentación rusa.

Formato djvu - 728 pág. / 50MB / incluye viewer














sábado, 29 de marzo de 2014

Brian Setzer • Rockabilly Riot! Live from the Planet



Label: Surfdog Records
Year: 2012
Recorded Live in Europe, Japan, North America and Australia during the Rockabilly Riot! Tour in 2011 & 2012

Tracks:
1. Ignition [Live] (3:15)
2. 49 Mercury Blues [Live] (3:32)
3. This Cat's On a Hot Tin Roof [Live] (4:14)
4. Drive Like Lightning [Live] (5:59)
5. 8-Track [Live] (4:41)
6. Slow Down / Folsom Prison Blues [Live] (6:40)
7. Put Your Cat Clothes On [Live] (3:55)
8. Blue Moon Of Kentucky [Live] (4:35)
9. Pickpocket [Live] (2:39)
10. Rumble In Brighton [Live] (4:13)
11. Runaway Boys [Live] (3:54)
12. Cry Baby [Live] (3:50)
13. Great Balls Of Fire [Live] (3:03)
14. Red Hot [Live] (3:23)
15. Seven Nights To Rock [Live] (3:39)






Mark Hummel • Harmonica Party Vintage Mark Hummel

Year Of Release: 1999
Chicago Blues, Harmonica Blues
Total Time: 60:19

Tracklist:
01. Humblebug (5:01)
02. Woman Wanted (4:31)
03. You Got Me Wrong (3:19)
04. 7 Nights To Rock (3:35)
05. City Living (5:34)
06. Act Like You Like Me (3:21)
07. Hand Jive (4:48)
08. Harmonica Party (4:19)
09. Black Night (6:58)
10. I Got To Find My Baby (3:28)
11. Upside Your Head (2:57)
12. Backscratcher (4:02)
13. Hung Down Head (4:06)
14. Big Leg Mama (4:15)

This album showcases Mark Hummel's Chicago-influenced harp playing on some excellent original tunes, and he reinterprets some classics by Johnny Otis, Jimmy Rogers and Charles Brown. This set is classic Mark Hummel and features West Coast giants Ron Thompson and Rusty Zinn.






Toots Thielemans • Live from New Orleans DVDrip



Brussels-born guitarist-harmonica virtuoso Toots Thielemans has played with the best and brightest jazz musicians in the business, from George Shearing and Sonny Rollins to Quincy Jones. This 1998 live date captures the elegant and swinging Thielemans live in New Orleans at Lulu White's Mahogany Hall on Bourbon Street. With a top-flight band consisting of pianist Fred Hersch, bassist Harvie Swartz, and drummer Adam Nussbaum, Thielemans digs into his delicious and eclectic songbook of standards and originals. Thielemans's mellow Joe Pass-like guitar lines and his poetic and piercing harmonica strains imbue favorites like "The Days of Wine and Roses" and "The Meaning of the Blues" with illuminating lyricism. Thelonious Monk's tricky "Three in One" is brilliantly navigated, and Thielemans's signature tune "Bluesette" still retains its haunting melodic colors, musically painted by timeless genius. --Eugene Holley Jr.

59 minutes
TRACK LIST:
1. The Days of Wine & Roses
2. Round Midnight/ Little Rootie Tootie
3. On Growing up in Brussels
4. Meaning of the Blues
5. Green Dolphin Street
6. On the Harmonica
7. Three & One
8. If You Go Away
9. Only Trust Your Heart
10. On Music and His Influences
11. Bluesette

704 X 544 pix
128 kbps
DivX





Papa John DeFrancesco • Comin Home


Comin' Home Baby
Bye Bye Blackbird
Satin Doll
Watermelon Man
Summertime
2 Organ Blues
Soft Winds
I Got A Woman

Musicians
Papa John DeFrancesco - organ
Bootsie Barnes - tenor saxophone
Joey DeFrancesco - organ
Randy Johnston - guitar
Byron Landham - Drums

Recorded September 8, 1994.




Nicola Conte • Other Directions


Review by Thom Jurek
For those who became acquainted with Nicola Conte via his Bossa Per Due and Jet Sounds Revisited, Other Directions will come as a real surprise. Along with being a producer and DJ, Conte is a classically trained musician who is a multi-instrumentalist and a very accomplished arranger. His previous work in the acid jazz and electronic bossa movements could not have prepared listeners for this solid jazz and bossa nova set. Working with a tough, top-notch group of Italian jazz players -- the country's jazz scene has a built-in lyricism, whether in the vanguard realm or in the "tradition" that puts most American counterparts to shame in terms of swing -- Conte uses all but his DJ skills to create a musical tapestry that reflects the perfect meld of jazz and bossa that occurred in the early '60s while moving both musics forward with his sophisticated yet soulful and accessible arrangements. Till Bronner guests on "Sea and Sand," the disc's first cut, playing trumpet and singing in his plaintive, Chet Baker-derived style (he's a more proficient singer than his mentor). On "Wanin' Moon," Bembe Segue gets the vocal nod, but it's saxophonist Daniele Scannapieco and flugelhornist Fabrizio Bosso with their exotic yet bluesy solos that take the cake on the tune. The Afro-Brazilian rhythmics on "Nefertiti," (no relation to the Miles Davis tune) drive a wordless vocal and tight horn section that counters the intense polyrhythms as Bosso's trumpet takes the first break, wailing in the middle register with relatively few notes to capture the dark groove perfectly. Pierpaolo Bisogno's vibraphone keeps soloists and percussionists anchored in the groove. "A time for Spring" gently nods toward "Take Five," for its intro, before becoming a shimmering, pop-jazz nugget that combines bossa, cool, and post-bop. Truth be told, there isn't a dud in the bunch. The vibe is relaxed, the music open, even when complex -- check out "Dharma Bums" -- and the execution is precise and full of soulful, airy grooves. Bossa nova is the wheel on which everything turns here, and Conte knows how to shade and color his harmonics with texture and chromatic subtlety. This is a jazz record for folks who don't really like jazz, but jazz fans will be delighted by its many twists and turns, never forsaking vamps or lyricism for rhythm, while making rhythm a central tenet of each composition. This is a winner through and through. It's a shame it was only issued on Blue Note in Europe (the American label is largely clueless and is trying to score pop radio hits these days while issuing the same jazz records over and over). Other Directions is the perfect recording for American fans of fine jazz and bossa nova. It's hip, elegant, graceful, and smart.


Temas:
CD1
01. Sea And Sand [03:59]
02. Wanin' Moon [04:56]
03. Nefertiti [06:19]
04. Impulso [04:32]
05. A Time For Spring [03:57]
06. Kind Of Sunshine [05:42]
07. Aphrodite's Dream [04:33]
08. Several Shades Of Dawn [03:37]
09. The Dharma Bums [04:51]
10. All Gone [04:09]
11. Other Directions [05:55]
12. The In Between [04:04]
13. Le Depart [04:05]

CD2
01. Charade [05:37]
02. Danubian [03:27]
03. Bohemian's Dilemma [04:56]
04. Nefertiti (Alternative Version) [06:23]
05. Waltz Of The Sirens [07:06]
06. Teardrop Painted Blue [04:18]
07. Quiet Stars [02:58]
08. Kind Of Sunshine (Extended Version) [06:07]
09. Wanin' Moon (Alternative Version) [04:37]

Nicola Conte Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist
Lisa Bassenge Vocals
Pierpaolo Bisogno Bongos, Vibraphone
Fabrizio Bosso Flugelhorn, Trumpet
Till Brönner Trumpet, Vocals
Pietro Ciancaglini Double Bass
Rosario Giuliani Sax (Alto)
Pietro Lussu Piano
Lucia Minetti Vocals
Gianluca Petrella Trombone
Daniele Scannapieco Sax (Tenor)
Bembe Segue Vocals
Nicola Stilo Flute
Lorenzo Tucci Drums
Cristina Zavalloni Vocals


Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Schema
Total Time: 01:45:37








Formas artísticas de la naturaleza


Kunstformen der Natur, Ernst Haeckel
Ernst Haeckel (1834-1919), biólogo, zoólogo y médico de nacionalidad alemana, además de ser el creador de la palabra ecología, también es autor de este libro con 100 ilustraciones de la naturaleza, de aproximadamente 1.000 que generó en toda su vida.






Estas son algunas imágenes, todas estan en los siguientes enlaces:
Libro completo en formato jpg: http://caliban.mpiz-koeln.mpg.de/haeckel/kunstformen/liste.html, las imágenes son los archivos denominados "Tafel" seguido de su correspondiente número, estan en tres calidades desde 300 dpi para abajo.
También la otra opción es el libro completo (en alemán), http://caliban.mpiz-koeln.mpg.de/haeckel/kunstformen/Haeckel_Kunstformen.pdf
Fuente: http://www.biolib.de/