Various - Blue Note 86, Una Nueva Generación De Jazz album flac
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|A1||–The Michel Petrucciani Trio||Regina
Producer – Mike Berniker
|A2||–Bobby McFerrin||Pensando En Tu Cuerpo (Thinkin About Your Body)
Producer – Bobby McFerrin, Linda Goldstein
|A3||–Stanley Jordan||Alrededor De Medianoche (Round Midnight)
Producer – Al DiMeola*
|A4||–Bennie Wallace||Anochecer (Twilight Time)
Guitar – John ScofieldPiano, Organ – Dr. JohnTrombone – Ray Anderson
|B1||–Tony Williams*||Sister Cheryl
Alto Saxophone – Donald HarrisonTrumpet – Wallace RoneyVibraphone – Bobby Hutcherson
|B2||–Out Of The Blue||Producción (Output)
Producer – Tony Williams*, Michael Cuscuna
|B3||–Bill Evans||Millas Allá Lejos (Miles Away)
Bass – Marcus MillerDrums – Al FosterProducer – Bill Evans
|B4||–James Newton||Fantasía En Negro Y Canela (Black Tan Fantasy)
Alto Saxophone – Arthur BlytheBass – Rick RozieCornet – Olu DaraDrums – Billy HartMaracas, Finger Cymbals – Anthony Brown Piano – Roland HannaProducer – Mike BernikerVibraphone – Jay HoggardViolin – John Blake
- Manufactured By – EMI-Odeon S.A.I.C.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Manhattan Records, Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): BQ-1-85127
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): BQ-2-85127
|BQ 85127||Various||Blue Note 86, A New Generation Of Jazz (LP, Comp, RE)||Blue Note||BQ 85127||US||1986|
|BQ 85127||Various||Blue Note 86, A New Generation Of Jazz (LP, Comp)||Blue Note||BQ 85127||Canada||1986|
|BNJ - 91020||Various||Blue Note 86, A New Generation Of Jazz (LP, Comp)||Blue Note||BNJ - 91020||Japan||1986|
|4BQC 85127||Various||Blue Note 86, A New Generation Of Jazz (Cass, Comp)||Blue Note||4BQC 85127||Canada||1986|
|062-2610811||Various||Blue Note 86, A New Generation Of Jazz (LP, Comp, RE)||Blue Note||062-2610811||Greece||1987|
Blue Note 86, A New Generation Of Jazz (LP, Comp, RE). Blue Note. Blue Note 86, Una Nueva Generación De Jazz (LP, Comp). Blue Note, EMI. BQ 85127, 58492.
One Night with Blue Note is a 1985 feature length jazz film directed by John Charles Jopson. To celebrate record executive Bruce Lundvall having relaunched the defunct Blue Note Records label in 1985 under the parent label EMI Manhattan Records, he and music director Michael Cuscuna staged a concert on February 22, 1985 at The Town Hall in New York City, bringing together some of the jazz legends associated with Blue Note over the years as well as some newly signed artists.
Blue Note 86, A New Generation Of Jazz.
Home Blue Note Records Discography - session index, Catalog - album index. Blue Note Records Discography: 1985-1986. Blue Note BT 85119, CDP 7 46289 2 Tony Williams - Foreign Intrigue Blue Note BQ 85127 Various Artists - Blue Note 86 - A New Generation Of Jazz. Tony Williams Sextet. Wallace Roney, trumpet; Donald Harrison, alto sax; Bobby Hutcherson, vibes; Mulgrew Miller, piano; Ron Carter, bass; Tony Williams, drums, electric drums, drum machine.
Album: Blue Note 86, A New Generation Of Jazz. Various - Blue Note 86, A New Generation Of Jazz MP3 version.
Blue Eyes: Sinatra Songs the Blue Note Way by VA (CD, 1993) Jazz, Blues and Funk. Cheek to Cheek: Lou Donaldson (Recorded 1952; bebop ala Parker; Horace Silver on piano). Nice Work If You Can Get It: Bud Powell (Recorded 1947; Max Roach on drums; early bebop). Genre: JazzStyle: Vocal JazzArtist: Various. Various/Blue Movies: Scoring for the Studios (Blue Note 7243 8 57748 2 9)CD.
ANTHONY WILLIAMS (drums) Spring CD Blue Note Jazz New Sealed. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Sealed cd copy of Lou Donaldson Gravy Train. Great album on Blue Note. Originally released in 1961.
Does a fan of Wayne Shorter really want to hear a reworking of "Oriental Folk Song" by La Funk Mob? Or Horace Silver's "Won't You Open Up Your Senses" by 4hero? Perhaps it would be fun to do a track-by-track analysis if one had the time, dissecting what has been added, what has been taken away. One suspects, however, that these facelifts will appeal more to the DJ culture itself than fans of the original works
Album cover design and jazz photography on the Blue Note Records. Notes and pictures from Birka Jazz Archive. Defining the hard bop style of New York. BLUE NOTE started the 12" LP era in mid 1950s with some trad jazz albums, but then launched the legendary 1500 modern jazz series. RED MILES took over as the label´s art director and he defined a style that came to be assocoiated with New York hard bop. The first gem in the 1500 series is Miles Davis (1501) and the last is Bennie Green (1599) + the little "bastard" at the end - The 3 Sounds LP, which has number 1600.
This book contains over 400 Blue Note album covers from the late 40's through the early 70's. The graphic design work is iconic, with the sweet spot being Reid Miles's tenure as chief graphic designer from 1956 to the mid 60's. These covers are especially important in an era when albums are distributed piecemeal and digitally, without cover art or liner notes. Much of the Blue Note catalog has passed into the public domain in the last few years, which has enabled the recent release of incredibly inexpensive multi-CD sets of "Eight Classic Albums" by Real Gone Jazz and other other labels. Since these CD sets are very bare-bones in their packaging and presentation, it's great to be able to view the original.