Lyrics to the track: Triplexity - That Feeling. Moody, Mumbles, Free Music & Cuba from JazzCorner.com. Moody, Mumbles, Cuba and Free Gifts from JazzCorner.com After a 10 month challenge with pancreatic cancer, James Moody died on December 9th.
I first met Moody in the early 80s, when I was "assigned" to interview him for an NPR New Year's Eve broadcast. It was for me, love at first sight. He was so concerned that I was at ease, and told me a silly joke just to relax. I've long forgotten the joke, but I will never forget his easy going manner, wry humor and musical versatility that served him well in a career in which he moved deftly from alto and tenor saxophones to clarinet and flute. The affection with which Moody was viewed by musicians, celebrities and fans was on full display in several musical parties celebrating his milestone birthdays. Clark Terry and "Moots" (as Clark called him) were very close: "Moots and I played a lot of gigs and made a lot of records together, and we enjoyed playing together very much.
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Out of the many jazz posts I’ve done, this one is my favorite. Twenty six years after his tragic death, Jaco Pastorius’ extraordinary talent continues to generate a sentimental spot and source of inspiration for musicians & fans the world over.… I hope you enjoy the variation in genre this time around. ~TBB September 2008 Saturday morning I had breakfast with an old friend that I’ve known for most of my life. He was always a little different in his approach to his instrument than your average musician. During those few hours during breakfast we discussed that it was 21 years ago this Sunday that the great Jaco Pastorius passed away. Jaco Pastorius was on born on December 1, 1951 in Norristown, Pennsylvania. Jaco started his music career by playing the drums; following in his fathers footsteps.
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Album information It was recorded on 29 November 1957 at "Thanksgiving Jazz", a benefit concert produced by Kenneth Lee Karpe for the Morningside Community Center in Harlem. Other acts performing included: Billie Holiday, Dizzy Gillespie, Ray Charles, Sonny Rollins, and Chet Baker with Zoot Sims. The recording, by Voice of America, documents two sets by the Monk Quartet with Coltrane that night – an early set (tracks 1-5) and a late set (tracks 6-9), which the recording does not fully document. The tape was stored at the Library of Congress where it sat untouched, until 2005 when it was discovered by recording lab supervisor Larry Appelbaum. Reception The recording has been highly praised: Newsweek called it the "musical equivalent of the discovery of a new Mount Everest," and Amazon.com editorial reviewer Lloyd Sachs called it "the ultimate definition of a classic".
Track listing Gino Sitson Official Website. RIP Pete King (1929-2009) Sunnyside Records: by John Hollenbeck. Musicians: John Hollenbeck - drums Ben Kono - flute, alto saxophone Jeremy Viner - clarinet, tenor saxophone Tony Malaby - tenor saxophone Dan Willis - tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute, english horn Bohdan Hilash - clarinet, contralto Ellery Eskelin - tenor saxophone Rob Hudson - trombone Mike Christianson - trombone Jacob Garchik - trombone Alan Ferber - trombone Tony Kadleck - trumpet / Fluegelhorn Jon Owens - trumpet / Fluegelhorn Dave Ballou - trumpet / Fluegelhorn Laurie Frink - trumpet / Fluegelhorn Kermit Driscoll - Acoustic / Electric Bass Gary Versace - piano, organ, keyboard Matt Moran - mallet percussion John Ferrari - mallet percussion Theo Bleckmann - vocals Jc Sanford - conductor This really isn’t a jazz recording, nor a classical one, either.
The instrumentation reminds one of the jazz big bands of old, which have long since disappeared, but this group lives in a world without classification. Diaries » Top 10, 2009. (This list is expanded from a similar list published in the Village Voice and Las Vegas City Life). 1.
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