quarta-feira, 23 de setembro de 2020

Ben Webster In Hannover Germany 1972


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One of the last live performances featuring tenor great Ben Webster prior to his death in 1973, this 1972 concert (erroneously listed as 1973 on the DVD cover) was videotaped for German television. Although Webster no longer had the capacity to play long, lush notes or to play at the blistering tempo that he once did, he still offers stirring renditions of standards (especially ballads) and familiar fare from the vast Duke Ellington songbook. Pianist Oscar Peterson, bassist Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, and drummer Tony Inzalaco (a veteran of the Kenny Clarke-Francy Boland Band) provide strong support throughout the set. Webster remains seated during the performance, offering lush treatments of "I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)" and "For All We Know," while romping through "Perdido" and "Cottontail." Peterson, out of respect for Webster, doesn't attack the piano quite as aggressively as he might have with other all-stars. In addition to the nearly hourlong DVD program, there are three audio-only bonus tracks from the same concert that were not videotaped for broadcast but were fortunately recorded, including a dynamic Peterson solo of "Autumn Leaves."

Ben Webster in Hannover 1973
with Oscar Peterson Trio

1) Poutin 0:00  2) Sunday 8:12 3) I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good 15:30 4) Perdido 23:15 5) Come Sunday 31:21 6) For All We Know 39:01 7) Cottontail 49:43 

segunda-feira, 21 de setembro de 2020

Clássicos do Samba nas vozes de Elza, Seu Jorge e Agnes Nunes

Eu, Elza Soares, recebo em minha casa, meu amado Seu Jorge e a querida Agnes Nunes, para cantarmos os maiores sucessos do samba. Essa live faz parte do movimento que te convida a doar refeições aos mais afetados pela pandemia. Ative o lembrete e acesse www.acaodacidadania.com.br/mastercard para saber mais o movimento. #FazerParteNãoTemPreço



00:28 - Pra que discutir com a madame? 02:30 - O morro não tem vez 05:13 - Mas que nada 09:15 - Mulher do fim do mundo 13:29 - O samba taí 17:43 - Falsa baiana 20:53 - Juízo final 25:00 - Preciso me encontrar ❤️ 30:27 - Não deixe o samba morrer 39:12 - Malandro 44:30 - Naquela mesa ❤️ 47:42 - Dura na queda 51:27 - Tive razão 57:23 - As rosas não falam 01:02:53 - Vaso quebrado 01:08:35 - Zé do caroço 01:10:44 - Negro drama 01:14:20 - Volta por cima 01:19:54 - A carne 01:23:29 - Desde que o samba é samba ❤️ 01:28:00 - Cabide 01:30:59 - Carolina 01:35:43 - Beija-me 01:39:14 - Salve a mocidade 01:42:41 - Aquarela brasileira

sexta-feira, 18 de setembro de 2020

Terças Ao Vivo com Ayrton Montarroyos: O Samba de Ivone Lara





Terças Ao Vivo
Ayrton Montarroyos
O Samba de Ivone Lara

Participação - Cainã Cavalcante

Novos Baianos - Homenagem a Moraes Moreira

Moraes Moreira

The founder of Os Novos Baianos, Moraes Moreira was the main composer of the group (with lyricist Luís Galvão). Departing for a highly successful solo career, he has recorded many albums, always fusing…
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O #DevassaTropicalAoVivo segue glorificando a música brasileira. Dessa vez, Devassa reúne os Novos Baianos em uma homenagem emocionante a Moraes Moreira, esse ícone da música tropical que faz parte da história de todo brasileiro. Será a primeira vez que o grupo irá se reunir para celebrar a vida e obra do amigo. E a causa pela música brasileira continua para apoiar os profissionais que fazem o show acontecer. As doações arrecadadas durante a live serão destinadas ao Retiro dos Artistas e ao Cortejo Afro e ajudar quem mais precisa nesse momento. Vem com a gente fazer parte dessa homenagem inédita a um dos maiores artistas tropicais do Brasil! #UnidosPelaMusicaBrasileira #DevassaTropicalAoVivo #NovosBaianosEmHomenagemAMoraesMoreira


  
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Novos Baianos
14:44 Anos 70 18:41 Dê um rolê 23:00 A menina Dança 35:27 O samba da minha Terra 39:17 Swing de Campo Grande 43:14 Colégio de Aplicação 46:36 Acabou Chorare 1:11:36 Mistério do planeta 1:16:51 99 vezes 1:21:12 Na cadência do samba 1:24:41 Preta pretinha 1:30:02 Tinindo Trincando 1:36:59 Brasileirinho 1:43:25 Besta é Tu 1:52:29 Brasil Pandeiro

quarta-feira, 16 de setembro de 2020

The Best of Oscar Peterson

One of the most admired pianists in jazz, Oscar Peterson has rightfully claimed the same sort of status as earlier greats such as James P. Johnson, Art Tatum, Teddy Wilson, Fats Waller, Thelonious Monk, Bud Powell, and Bill Evans. Possibly the most successful artist produced by Canada, he appeared on well over 200 albums spanning six decades and won numerous awards, including eight Grammys. During his career he performed and recorded with, among others, Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, Duke Ellington, and Charlie Parker. He was beyond doubt an authentic jazz piano virtuoso, with a remarkable and prolific legacy of recordings and performances.  

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00:00:00 Summertime 00:03:49 Autumn Leaves 00:08:51 Sweet Lorraine 00:11:50 These Foolish Things 00:15:15 Bess, You Is My Woman Now 00:18:46 I Want to Stay Here 00:25:07 Blue Moon 00:27:47 Here Come the Honey Man 00:28:59 How High the Moon 00:31:58 Nuages 00:35:42 I Can't Get Started 00:38:42 Saturday Night 00:41:39 Oh Dey's so Fresh and Fine 00:42:32 I Got Plenty o' Nuttin' 00:48:53 Medley: The Man I Love / Tenderly / Imagination / I'll Never Be the Same / Stardust 01:01:54 I'll Remember April 01:05:59 It Happened in Monterey 01:08:55 Love for Sale 01:13:06 The Tender Trap 01:15:49 You to Go My Head 01:19:47 Body and Soul 01:27:15 Moonglow 01:29:55 Birth of the Blues 01:33:51 I Get a Kick Out of You 01:36:52 My Old Flame 01:40:09 Oh Lawd, I'm on My Way 01:42:46 There's a Boat Dat's Leaving Soon for New York 01:49:57 It Ain't Necessarly So 01:53:55 Bess, Oh Where's My Bess 01:58:48 You Turned the Tables on Me

Bill Evans - Explorations


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When this album was recorded in February of 1961, it had been more than year since the Portrait in Jazz was issued, the disc that won the critics over. By the time of this issue, Evans had released four albums in six years, a pace unheard of during that time. Most musicians were issuing two, three, and even four records a year during the same era. Many speculate on Evans' personal problems at the time, but the truth of the matter lies in the recordings themselves, and Explorations proves that the artist was worth waiting for no matter what else was going on out there. Evans, with Paul Motian and Scott LaFaro, was onto something as a trio, exploring the undersides of melodic and rhythmic constructions that had never been considered by most. For one thing, Evans resurrects a number of tunes that had been considered hopelessly played out, and literally reinvents them -- "How Deep Is the Ocean" and "Sweet and Lovely." His harmonic richness that extends the melodic and color palette of these numbers literally revived them from obscurity and brought them back into the canon. He also introduced "Haunted Heart" into the jazz repertoire, with a wonderfully impressionistic melodic structure, offered space, and depth by the understatement of Motian and extension by LaFaro's canny use of intervals. Also noteworthy is Miles Davis' "Nardis," which Evans first played on a Cannonball Adderley set a couple of years before. The rhythmic workout by the Motian and LaFaro places Evans' own playing in a new context, with shorter lines, chopping up the meter, and a series of arpeggios that open the ground for revelatory solo in counterpoint by LaFaroExplorations is an extraordinary example of the reach and breadth of this trio at its peak.



"Israel" "Haunted Heart" "Beautiful Love" [Take 2] "Elsa" "Nardis" "How Deep Is the Ocean?" "I Wish I Knew" (Harry Warren) "Sweet and Lovely" "The Boy Next Door" "Beautiful Love" [Take 1] "How Deep Is the Ocean?" [Take 2] "I Wish I Knew" [Take 2]

 
Bill Evans (p)
Scott LaFaro (b)
Paul Motian (dr)

Explorations is an album by jazz pianist Bill Evans that was originally released on Riverside label in 1961.
The album won the Billboard Jazz Critics Best Piano LP poll for 1961. Released: End of March 1961 Recorded: February 2, 1961 Label: Riverside Producer: Orrin Keepnews
Explorations was the second album Evans recorded with his trio of Scott LaFaro on bass and Paul Motian on drums. Evans considered it one of his favorites from this period. Producer Orrin Keepnews in the liner notes talks about the two extra pieces released on CD, "Beautiful Love (take 1)" and "The Boy Next Door"; the first version of "Beautiful Love" to be included in the original LP was a second take, in fact as Keepnews specifies, "it is not the usual case of a second attempt that immediately followed the first. Early in this date, he played this number once; we both approved, and he moved on to something else. Much later, he decided to try a second 'Beautiful Love', which he later preferred." "The Boy Next Door" was instead set aside, at the time, because of the limited space of LP support. The album was remastered and reissued by Original Jazz Classics in 2011 with two previously unissued alternate takes.

Nucleus - Alleycat

Nucleus

Nucleus began its long jazz-rock journey in 1969, when it was originally formed by trumpeter Ian Carr. They attracted a following after a successful performance at the Montreux International Festival… 
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Nucleus
Alleycat
1975

01 - Phaideaux Corner 00:00 02 - Alleycat 06:20 03 - Splat 20:46 04 - You Can't Be Sure 32:35 05 - Nosegay 36:51 Bajo eléctrico - Roger Sutton Drums, Percussion, Timpani - Roger Sellers Guitarra - Ken Shaw Teclados, sintetizador [Moog] - Geoff Castle Saxofón soprano, saxofón alto, saxofón barítono, flauta - Bob Bertles Trompeta, fliscorno, sintetizador - Ian Carr

terça-feira, 15 de setembro de 2020

João Donato #EmCasaComSesc

João Donato

Highly influential and immensely skilled Latin jazz pianist although little-known outside Brazil.
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João Donato
#EmCasaComSesc

Nesta noite de sábado, recebemos o mestre João Donato.
Em uma apresentação cheia de emoção e histórias, o pianista vai celebrar a memória de Tom Jobim e tocar músicas que marcaram a amizade entre eles.

2020

Lives pela Arte - Paula e Jaques Morelenbaum

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Lives pela Arte 
Paula e Jaques Morelenbaum 


2020