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A collector's guide to jazz music CDs/DVDs, iTunes/MP3s and vinyl records (LPs/EPs/45s/78s, etc.):Blue Note, Prestige, Riverside Records (the big three labels of modern jazz); bebop, cool/west coast, hard bop, modal/mode, free/avant-garde jazz musicians; Miles Davis' personal connections, and more. Compiled and maintained by the Jazz Discography Project team.Nobuaki Togashi <togashi>Kohji 'Shaolin' Matsubayashi <shaolin>Masayuki Hatta <mhatta> List of Jazz Musicians:
Outward Bound, Eric Dolphy's first album as a bandleader, is unusual for a jazz debut in that instead of being a showcase for Dolphy's songwriting it instead shines the spotlight one last time on the long-time Mingus sideman's prodigious talents on a number of woodwinds. Though Dolphy composed three of the tracks here, all of them are fairly standard hard bop compositions that serve more as a platform for the band's soloing than the rhythmically complex experiments he would become known for later; the other three tracks, such as the standard "Green Dolphin Street," also seem like they were chosen for their malleability. This, of course, is hardly a problem when you're talking about an instrumentalist as gifted as Dolphy, though, as his flighty solos here already prove he was leagues ahead of the genre trappings of his songs, with ambitions as far out as anything you were likely to hear in jazz in 1960.
Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. MusicBrainz est une base de données musicale, collaborative, universelle, librement diffusable. Elle référence des enregistrements d'œuvres, et non des œuvres en elles mêmes. MusicBrainz a une existence légale au travers de MetaBrainz (voir encadré). Au 13 octobre 2011, la base de données comprend des données sur plus de 620 000 artistes ou groupes, plus de 970 000 sorties, et plus de 54 000 labels. Motivation[modifier | modifier le code] MusicBrainz
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This Week in Expert Witness New posts this week in Robert Christgau's Expert Witness blog: Odds and Ends 037: Afuche: Highly Publicized Digital Boxing Match (Cuneiform '11) ***Sun City Girls: Funeral Mariachi (Abduction '10) ***Ben Folds/Nick Hornby: Lonely Avenue (Nonesuch '10) ***Jenny Owen Youngs: An Unwavering Band of Light (self-released '12) **The Wailing Wall: The Low Hanging Fruit (JDub '10) **Ashton Shepherd: Where Country Grows (MCA Nashville '11) **The Superions: Destination . . . Christmas! (Fanatic '10) **Toby Keith: Clancy's Tavern (Show Dog/Universal '11) * Robert Christgau: Critiques Album
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Labels-Discographies Album DiscographiesBy Mike Callahan, David Edwards, Patrice Eyries, Randy Watts and Tim Neely Last update: April 6, 2014 The discographies presented here represent a lot of original research, some of which we did some time ago, well before the internet was a possibility, along with a lot of more recent research. I started on album discographies because of my interest in stereo (which was mostly on albums, of course), and because there just weren't any good album discographies out there that had the kinds of information I needed.
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