Various - Recorded Live At Newport In New York album flac
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|A1||–Ray Charles||Every Saturday Night
Written-By – Jerry West, Silas Hogan
|A2||–Aretha Franklin||A Brand New Me
Written-By – Jerry Butler, Kenneth Gamble
|A3||–Ray Charles||Just A Man
Written-By – Ray Charles
|A4||–Staple Singers*||You Gonna Make Me Cry
Written-By – Deadre Malone*
|B1||–Stevie Wonder||Signed, Sealed, Delivered
Written-By – Garrett*, Wright*, Hardaway*, Wonder*
|B2||–Donny Hathaway||Valdez In The Country
Written-By – Donny Hathaway
|B3||–Staple Singers*||And The Lord Will Hear||8:58|
- Record Company – Viewlex, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Buddah Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Buddah Records, Inc.
- Recorded By – Record Plant Mobile Studio
- Recorded At – Shea Stadium
- Recorded At – Nassau Coliseum
- Remixed At – Bell Sound Studios
- Produced For – The Producers Collaborative, Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Buddah Records, Inc.
- Distributed By – Buddah Records, Inc.
- Mastered At – Bell Sound Studios
- Creative Director – Milton Sincoff
- Engineer – Dale Ashby, Frank Hubach, Jim Reeves
- Engineer [Assistant] – Dave Hewitt*, Jimmy Gilroy, John Venable
- Executive-Producer – Norman Schwartz
- Mastered By – Sam Feldman
- Producer – Mark Abramson
- Recorded By – Dale Ashby & Father
- Recording Supervisor – Frank Hubach
- Remix, Edited By – Mark Abramson
NotesRecorded Live during George Wein's Newport in New York June 29—July 8, 1973.
"D. J. Copy Not for Sale" on left side of label under the side designation.
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): BDS-5616-A2 SON Bell Sound SF
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): BDS-5616-B2 SON Bell Sound SF
|BDS-5616||Various||Recorded Live At Newport In New York (LP, Album)||Buddah Records||BDS-5616||US||1974|
|AL-1083||Various||Recorded Live At Newport In New York (LP, Album)||Yegrin||AL-1083||South Korea||Unknown|
Atlantic Recorded live at Yankee Stadium, July 7, 1972 Tracklist: A Blue 'N' Boogie (Gillespie, Paparelli) B Medley B1 What's New (Haggart, Burke) 15:28 B. .
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Recorded by Mediasound. A, B recorded live at Radio City Music Hall, July 6, 1972. C, D recorded live at Radio City Music Hall, July 3, 1972. Heavy laminated gatefold cover with printed company inner sleeves. Also on Ampex 8-track and cassette stereo tapes. Newport In New York '72 - The Jam Sessions, Vols 1 And 2 (2xLP, Album, Gat).
In 1972, the Newport Jazz Festival was moved to New York City. In 1981, it became a two-site festival when it was returned to Newport while continuing in New York. From 1984 to 2008, the festival was known as the JVC Jazz Festival; however, during the economic downturn of 2009, JVC ceased its support of the festival and was replaced by CareFusion. As of 2012, the festival is sponsored by Natixis Global Asset Management. The festival is hosted in Newport at Fort Adams State Park. It is often held in the same month as the Newport Folk Festival. Mann also released an album, mostly recorded at that performance, titled New Mann at Newport (1967). Albert Ayler's performance at the 1967 festival was released as part of the Holy Ghost: Rare & Unissued Recordings (1962-70) box set (2004).
New York Album is an album by saxophonist Art Pepper recorded in 1979 at the sessions that produced So in Love but not released on the Galaxy label until 1985. All compositions by Art Pepper except where noted. A Night in Tunisia" (Dizzy Gillespie, Frank Paparelli) - 9:43. Lover Man" (Jimmy Davis, Ram Ramirez, Jimmy Sherman) - 5:50. Straight, No Chaser" (Thelonious Monk) - 6:00. My Friend John" - 9:47.
After a riot in 1971 effectively killed the Newport Jazz Festival, producer George Wein successfully relocated the festival the following year to New York where it has resided ever since. A series of all-star jam sessions were staged at Radio City Music Hall and many of the highlights were released on two two-LP sets, the first four volumes in this Cobblestone series. The first band features trumpeters Cat Anderson and Jimmy Owens, altoist Charles McPherson,.
In New York is a 1991 live album by Steve Grossman with the McCoy Tyner Trio released on the Dreyfus label. It was recorded in September 1991 at Sweet Basil in New York City and features a live performance by Grossman and Tyner with Avery Sharpe and Art Taylor
Working in New York in the 1920s, the French-born composer Edgard Varèse pioneered electronic and percussion music. His legacy inspired a generation of younger experimentalists including John Cage – and, later, Frank Zappa. In 1955, aged 14, Zappa discovered Complete Works Of Edgard Varèse, Volume 1 gathering dust in a Los Angeles record store. Various Anthology Of American Folk Music (Folkways 6xLPs, 1952). The best live album Parker ever recorded. Moondog On The Streets Of New York (Mars EP, 1953). The better known At Newport, recorded at the Newport Jazz Festival a year earlier, sounds almost tame alongside it. Sound quality is excellent, an achievement given that the recording was made without Charles or his band’s knowledge through a single microphone hung above the stage.
Recorded in New York, Paris and London, KRS connects the dots between the spoken-word poetry of forebears like the Last Poets, the interjections of reggae toasters and, when "I'm Still falls apart, the crowd-pleasing freestyles of rap's earliest days. Christopher R. Weingarten. The album originally came packed with Arc, which was a single 35-minute track of various feedback-soaked beginnings and endings of songs. Now here I am, 45 years old, and this is the essence of what's happening to my mind," said Young of the extended noise suite. I really made Arc for people who ride around in the Jeeps with the big speakers. Joni Mitchell's first live album arrived at the peak of her fame. Recorded a couple months after her breakthrough Court and Spark debuted, the Canadian singer-songwriter documented the California stops on the tour supporting the new LP.
No Wave itself sprung up namelessly circa 1977 as a reaction to punk, new wave, and New York City itself. One of No Wave's more outspoken progenitors, Lydia Lunch famously dissed punk as no more than "sped-up Chuck Berry riffs". James Chance has said that "No Wave" came from the name of the compilation, but it's also supposedly first coined by the Soho Weekly News, the "no" turning "new wave"'s glossy dance party into nihilistic shorthand. Sumner Crane's brilliant boy/girl quartet Mars released a 1980 live EP and a 1986 compilation, 78+, though the band had dissolved by 1978. Besides last years' compilation- and impossible-to-find 7"'s- DNA had only one 10-minute full-length, 1980's A Taste of DNA. Lydia Lunch and James Chance have been better represented, especially Lunch who became a regarded spoken-word artist and author.
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