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Dizzy Gillespie - Live at the Royal Festival Hall, London. album flac

  • Performer: Dizzy Gillespie
  • Album: Live at the Royal Festival Hall, London.
  • FLAC: 1247 mb | MP3: 1630 mb
  • Released: 2001
  • Country: Austria
  • Style: Afro-Cuban Jazz
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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Dizzy Gillespie - Live at the Royal Festival Hall, London. album flac

Tracklist

1 Tin Tin Deo
2 Seresta/Carmen
3 And Then She Stopped
4 Tanga
5 Kush
6 Dizzy Shells
7 A Night In Tunisia

Notes

Live at the Royal Festival Hall, London

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
6044-2 Dizzy Gillespie And The United Nation Orchestra Dizzy Gillespie And The United Nation Orchestra - Live At The Royal Festival Hall ‎(CD, Album) ENJA Records 6044-2 Austria 1990
R4 79658 Dizzy Gillespie And The United Nation Orchestra Dizzy Gillespie And The United Nation Orchestra - Live At The Royal Festival Hall ‎(Cass) Enja Records R4 79658 US 1990
CSILKCD5 Dizzy Gillespie And The United Nations Orchestra Dizzy Gillespie And The United Nations Orchestra - Live At The Royal Festival Hall, London ‎(CD, Album) Classic Silk Records CSILKCD5 UK 1991
JTC 8424-4 Dizzy Gillespie And The United Nation Orchestra Dizzy Gillespie And The United Nation Orchestra - Live At The Royal Festival Hall ‎(Cass) Red Bus Records JTC 8424-4 US 1990
JTC 8424-4 Dizzy Gillespie And The United Nation Orchestra Dizzy Gillespie And The United Nation Orchestra - Live At The Royal Festival Hall ‎(Cass) Red Bus Records, Enja Records Matthias Winckelmann GmbH JTC 8424-4 Canada 1990

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Live at the Royal Festival Hall is an album by Dizzy Gillespie and the United Nation Orchestra that won the Grammy Award for Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album in 1992.

Recorded live at Royal Festival Hall, London on June 10, 1989.

Album · 2013 · 7 Songs. The Quintet: Jazz At Massey Hall (Live). Diz and Getz (Remastered).

Royal Festival Hall, London. Freewheeling Carefree Confident Energetic Passionate Boisterous Exuberant Complex Playful Rousing Sophisticated Cheerful Elegant Fun Joyous Rollicking. Live at the Royal Festival Hall. Wienerworld WNRCDV 5105. CD & DVD.

Dizzy Gillespie & The United Nation Orchestra Tin Tin Deo. (play). Dizzy Gillespie and the United Nation Orchestra Seresta/Samba For Carmen.

This CD was recorded live at the Royal Festival Hall, London, in the late 80's. It also exists, I believe, as a DVD and a VHS Video. Having seen the concert at which it was recorded, I would certainly recommend the visuals as well as the music. The quality of the CD recording is excellent throughout, except for a couple of moments at the end of "A Night in Tunisia" where Sandoval is slightly "off mike". Gillespie's playing on this album is typical of the maestro in his later years, and is a pleasure to listen to. However, the real star of this album is Arturo Sandoval, who was at his stratospheric best when this album was recorded. The exchanges between Gillespie and Sandoval on "And then She Stopped" are worth the price of the Album alone, as is the wonderfully arranged "Tin Tin Deo". James Moody and Paquito D'Rivera provide a wonderful reed section, and D'Rivera in particular plays with real fire.

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Live at the Royal Festival Hall is a live album by trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie and The United Nation Orchestra recorded in 1989 and first released on the Enja label in 1990.

Live at the Royal Festival Hall. Live at the Royal Festival Hall may refer to: Live at the Royal Festival Hall (Neil Sedaka album), 1974. Live at the Royal Festival Hall (Glen Campbell album), 1977. Live at the Royal Festival Hall (Jaki Byard and Howard Riley album), 1984. Live at the Royal Festival Hall (John McLaughlin Trio album), recorded 1989 and released 1990. Live at the Royal Festival Hall (Dizzy Gillespie album), 1989. Royal Festival Hall Live – June 10th 2001, an album by Roy Harper.

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