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Chuito & The Latin Uniques - From the Street (1967) {Speed--Fania 773 130 356-2 rel 2008}

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Chuito & The Latin Uniques - From the Street (1967) {Speed--Fania 773 130 356-2 rel 2008}

Chuito & The Latin Uniques - From the Street (1967) {Speed–Fania 773 130 356-2 rel 2008}
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© 1967, 2008 Speed / Fania / Universal / Emusica | 773 130 356-2
Latin / Boogaloo / Latin Soul / Funk

n the late 60s, Latin New York was dominated by the boogaloo and Latin Soul. From the music’s first flowering with Johnny Colon’s “Boogaloo Blues” and “Joe Cuba’s ‘Bang Bang” it was clear that this sound of the 2nd and 3rd generation New York born children of Puerto Rican immigrants was bringing a new fervour, mixing traditional Latin music with the sounds of the soul music that was in the air of the city. For the next few years, until it was blown away by the juggernaut of salsa this was the sound of Latin New York.

Paul Quinichette - Plays Quincy Jones (2008) {EmArcy--Lone Hill Jazz LHJ10346 rec 1952-1954}

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Paul Quinichette - Plays Quincy Jones (2008) {EmArcy--Lone Hill Jazz LHJ10346 rec 1952-1954}

Paul Quinichette - Plays Quincy Jones (2008) {EmArcy–Lone Hill Jazz LHJ10346 rec 1952-1954}
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© 1952-54, 2008 EmArcy / Lone Hill Jazz | LHJ10346
Jazz / Bebop / Mainstream Jazz / Saxophone

This edition contains Paul Quinichettes complete EmArcy album "Moods", which is presented here for the first time ever on CD, newly and carefully remastered in 20-bit, (including a rare alternate take of Plush Life only issued before on an out of print compilation set). This album showcased the tenor saxophonist in collaboration with Quincy Jones, who arranged and composed all of the numbers but two.

The Gene Harris Quartet - Listen Here! (1989) (Repost)

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The Gene Harris Quartet - Listen Here! (1989) (Repost)

The Gene Harris Quartet - Listen Here! (1989)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 298 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 126 MB | Covers - 55 MB
Genre: Cool Jazz, Piano Jazz | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Concord Jazz (CCD-4385)

Although often associated with the blues, only one of the ten selections on this quartet set by pianist Gene Harris (who is joined by guitarist Ron Eschete, bassist Ray Brown, and drummer Jeff Hamilton) is technically a blues. On this excellent all-around showcase for the soulful pianist, Harris sounds in prime form exploring such tunes as "This Masquerade," "Don't Be That Way," Eddie Harris' "Listen Here," and "The Song Is Ended." Listen Here! gives listeners a pretty definitive look at Gene Harris' accessible and swinging style.

Zoe Gilby - Aurora (2021)

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Zoe Gilby - Aurora (2021)

Zoe Gilby - Aurora (2021)
WEB FLAC (Tracks) - 260 MB | Cover | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 105 MB | 00:45:32
Jazz, Vocal Jazz | Label: Evening Play Records

Parliamentary Awards Jazz Vocalist of the Year 2019, Zoe Gilby, releases her fourth album “Aurora” Inspired by the instrumental compositions of award winning, Grammy nominated U.S trumpeter Tom Harrell. This is a brand new album of material and we are so excited to be augmenting the exciting instrumental compositions of US trumpet player and composer Tom Harrell with my own lyrics. As a songwriter, I have always composed the melody and the lyrics myself. This however, is an entirely different beast, and a one I have loved rising to the challenge of.

Gerry Mulligan - California Concerts, Volume 2 (1954) {Pacific Jazz--EMI CDP 7 46864 2 rel 1988}

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Gerry Mulligan - California Concerts, Volume 2 (1954) {Pacific Jazz--EMI CDP 7 46864 2 rel 1988}

Gerry Mulligan - California Concerts, Volume 2 (1954) {Pacific Jazz–EMI CDP 7 46864 2 rel 1988}
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© 1954, 1988 Pacific Jazz / EMI-Capitol Records | CDP 7 46864 2
Jazz / Cool / West Coast Jazz / Baritone Saxophone

The second of two CDs in this series mostly consists of previously unissued material taken from a high school concert featuring the Gerry Mulligan Quartet (which at the time featured trumpeter Jon Eardley) plus two guests (valve trombonist Bob Brookmeyer and tenor-saxophonist Zoot Sims). This swinging and often-witty cool bop music is quite enjoyable and highly recommended.

Adam Moezinia - Folk Element Trio (2021)

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Adam Moezinia - Folk Element Trio (2021)

Adam Moezinia - Folk Element Trio (2021)
WEB FLAC (Tracks) - 310 MB | Cover | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 136 MB | 00:59:18
Jazz, Guitar Jazz | Label: Outside in Music

Guitarist Adam Moezinia and his trio are rooted in the jazz tradition but venture beyond to incorporate influences of folk and world music into their sound. Hear how they explore the relationship between jazz music of the past century and the timeless folk traditions of West Africa, the Carribean, Appalachia and beyond.

Marcello Tonolo & Pietro Tonolo - Our Family Affair (2021)

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Marcello Tonolo & Pietro Tonolo - Our Family Affair (2021)

Marcello Tonolo & Pietro Tonolo - Our Family Affair (2021)
WEB FLAC (Tracks) - 277 MB | Cover | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 108 MB | 00:46:48
Jazz | Label: Caligola Records

If we exclude the "great fathers" Giorgio Baiocco and Renato Geremia, few musicians have influenced the evolution of the Venetian jazz movement, among the most important in our country, such as the brothers Marcello and Pietro Tonolo, from Mirano, pianist the first, saxophonist the second. We list them both alphabetically and by age, even if they are just four years apart. Esteemed and still very active teachers - both teachers at the Conservatory - were among the founders of the famous Keptorchestra, which hosted masters of the caliber of Lee Konitz, Steve Lacy and Joe Lovano.

Irène Schweizer & Hamid Drake - Celebration (2021)

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Irène Schweizer & Hamid Drake - Celebration (2021)

Irène Schweizer & Hamid Drake - Celebration (2021)
WEB FLAC (tracks) - 280 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 101 Mb | 00:43:55
Avant-Garde Jazz | Label: Intakt Records

Piano-Drums Duos are the preferred playing arrangement of pianist Irène Schweizer. Her mastery of duets with important drummers of contemporary jazz are documented on numerous Intakt CDs. Han Bennink, Pierre Favre, Louis Moholo, Günter Baby Sommer, Andrew Cyrille and Joey Baron among them. The Chicago drummer Hamid Drake, born in 1955, and Irène Schweizer, born in 1941, have performed together on numerous occasions both in Europe and Chicago. Together they have appeared on the Intakt CD "Irène Schweizer-Fred Anderson-Hamid Drake". At the 40th anniversary festival "Kontrontationen in Nickelsdorf" (Austria), Schweizer and Drake were the highlight of the event. A celebration of the moment and a declaration of love to South African songs along with their thrilling energy and rhythmic lightness produced a firework of improvisation. A parade of successful interplay. The CD Celebration is released on the occasion of Irène Schweizer's 80th birthday (2. Juni), accompanied by a catalogue of the pianist's works on Intakt Records.

Evan Parker Quartet - All Knavery and Collusion (2021)

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Evan Parker Quartet - All Knavery and Collusion (2021)

Evan Parker Quartet - All Knavery and Collusion (2021)
WEB FLAC (tracks) - 237 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 118 Mb | 00:51:34
Free Jazz, Avant-Garde Jazz | Label: Cadillac Records

For many years Evan Parker, one of the greatest post-Coltrane saxophonists, has played a monthly gig at the London club The Vortex. These gigs in part illustrate Evan’s close ties with the fragile ecosystem of clubs that support the jazz world; the small venues that allow an intimate and powerful connection between the artist and audience that is at the heart of jazz creativity. Evan called these events his ‘jazz’ gigs, the knowing hyphenation an indication of the problematic use of the J word, an acceptance of the Vortex as a ‘jazz’ club, and a nod to his origins in jazz history. I took a friend there one time and it seemed to me that the trio’s performance (Evan, John Edwards and the great and sadly departed Tony Marsh) came close to seeing Coltrane or Ayler playing at the 5 Spot or one of the other legendary New York venues.

Clare Fischer - Blues Trilogy (1982) {Discovery Records ‎DSCD-936 rel 1987}

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Clare Fischer - Blues Trilogy (1982) {Discovery Records ‎DSCD-936 rel 1987}

Clare Fischer - Blues Trilogy (1982) {Discovery Records ‎DSCD-936 rel 1987}
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© 1987 Discovery Records ‎| DSCD-936
Jazz / Post Bop / Cool / Piano / Woodwinds

Clare Fischer had a varied career as keyboardist, composer, arranger, and bandleader. The composer of two standards, "Pensativa" and "Morning," Fischer long had an interest in Latin rhythms. After graduating from Michigan State University, he moved to Los Angeles in 1957, working as accompanist and arranger for the Hi-Lo's. He wrote for a 1960 Dizzy Gillespie album (A Portrait of Duke Ellington) and recorded bossa nova as early as 1962; that same year he recorded two trio sets and the following year he led his first big band date.

Minnesoda / Copperhead - 1970's (2019)

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Minnesoda / Copperhead - 1970's (2019)

Minnesoda / Copperhead - 1970's (2019)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Carsonstreet Publishing | ~ 281 or 98 Mb | Artwork(jpg) -> 5.36 Mb
Jazz Rock, Brass Rock | Remastered

Minnesoda did an obscure but fairly interesting self-titled jazz-rock album for Capitol in 1972, produced by Bob Johnston (famous for his work with Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Leonard Cohen, Simon & Garfunkel, and numerous others). The record was in limited respects like the first recordings of Chicago and, more distantly, Blood, Sweat & Tears in its jazz-rock-with-vocals format…

Eleni Karaindrou - Music For The Theatre - Μουσική για το Θέατρο (2010) {3CDSet, Mikri Arktos MA15232-24 rec 1986 -2010}

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Eleni Karaindrou - Music For The Theatre - Μουσική για το Θέατρο (2010) {3CDSet, Mikri Arktos MA15232-24 rec 1986 -2010}

Eleni Karaindrou - Music For The Theatre - Μουσική για το Θέατρο (2010) {3CDSet, Mikri Arktos MA15232-24 rec 1986 -2010}
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© 1986-2010 Eleni Karaindrou / Mikri Arktos | MA 15232-24
Jazz / Classical / Electronic / Stage & Screen / Ambient

These recordings which were assembled to keep alive the memory of unique moments and meetings, are those prime compositions that were written in a state of excitement, with the passion and innocence of first look. Eleni Karaindrou / From the liner notes: Music lovers of Eleni Karaindrou have every reason to rejoice. More than 3 hours of music, written for 22 plays, directed by Antonis Antypas (1986-2010) moved to a historical version - documentary on the Mikri Arktos, a 3 CD to accompany an elegant book, enriched with photographs of performances, reviews and information on the recordings. The cooperation of Eleni Karaindrou director and partner Anthony Antipa began in 1986 when he suggested she composed music for "Victory" by Loula Anagnostakis.

Ketil Bjørnstad - Floating (2005)

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Ketil Bjørnstad - Floating (2005)

Ketil Bjornstad - Floating (2005)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue+log) - 295 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 162 MB | Covers - 155 MB
Genre: Contemporary Jazz | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: EmArcy/Universal Music (0602498728840)

For the first time in his rich and multifaceted career Bjørnstad give us an album with a classic piano-bass-drums trio constellation. It has Palle Danielsson generating his usual warm, earthy bass, and Marilyn Mazur on some varied and sympathetic percussion. Here we encounter melody and Bjørnstad in a new constellation and both thrive. Even though this is the first meeting between the three, there are large doses of empathy present and that they have a lot to talk about.

Art Farmer - Live At Stanford Jazz Workshop (1997) {Monarch Records MR-1013}

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Art Farmer - Live At Stanford Jazz Workshop (1997) {Monarch Records MR-1013}

Art Farmer - Live At Stanford Jazz Workshop (1997) {Monarch Records MR-1013}
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© 1997 Monarch Records | MR-1013
Jazz / Bop / Hard Bop / Flumpet

Art Farmer (on his flumpet, a compromise between a trumpet and a flugelhorn) swings in creative fashion on a live set with veteran tenor Harold Land, pianist Bill Bell, bassist Rufus Reid and drummer Albert "Tootie" Heath. The quintet performs a pair of Thelonious Monk tunes, a few ballads, Land's "Rapture" and "Straight No Chaser." There are spots where Farmer (67 at the time) and Land show their age a little, but their enthusiasm, decades of success at developing their own sounds, and constant creativity within the hard bop tradition result in many strong moments.

One for All - Optimism (1998)

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One for All - Optimism (1998)

One for All - Optimism (1998)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Sharp Nine Records, CD 1010-2 | ~ 446 or 166 Mb | Artwork(jpg) -> 16 Mb
Post-Bop, Straight-Ahead Jazz

This is the second album by One for All, an all-star sextet of young jazz veterans totally steeped in the hard bop tradition and group dynamic of Art Blakey and Horace Silver's classic ensembles. Eric Alexander, the rising tenor sax phenom, trombonist Steve Davis (Jazz Messengers, Jackie McLean, Chick Corea's Origin), and Peter Washington, the talented and ubiquitous bassist, are probably the best known players here…