In Case You Missed It - Art Blakey And The Jazzmessengers* - Album Of The Year (Cassette, Album)

The next clip can be dated exactly: July 23, at the Jazz Festival Montreux. I was not able to find out the exact date McCoy Tyner played there on February All in all there are more than 80 minutes from Aarau, but the source video gave me trouble.

After the first 30 minutes or so, the video starts repeatedly to stall while the music goes on. So i just added some screenshots to the music. Part 3 unfortunately has no footage, as I explained above. On March 23, the Jazz Messengers played at the Again I could not identify the tune:. In fact there is a more than an hour of the Jazz Messengers at the Subway. I found a better version than the one I had shown here previously. Here it is:. I found over an hour of footage from this concert, for technical reasons I had to split this into three parts.

For the last part of the show or this broadcast? And finally something rare and special: At the Estival Jazz Lugano in summer exact date unknown Art Blakey — who otherwise did not play there — was presented with an honory award for his life achievements. On that occasion he agreed to improvise a little with Guido Parini and Oliviero Giovannoni, two fine drummers from the italian speaking part of Switzerland.

Blakey has to be pushed into this somewhat by the announcer, I have left this out to protect the living …. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2. You can leave a responseor trackback from your own site. Thanks so much for posting these great video rarities! He ended up playing with the Mingus Big Band, and we just ended up playing in many different surroundings together. We knew each other but I never played with him.

The range of music in this collection is a window into the various driving forces behind the passionate pianist. Slow, somber and haunting, Evans closes the album with a powerful reminder of the indelible influence of Don Cornelius on Black music.

How many featured articles can you remember? But the real deal is, without Don Cornelius, none of this other shit would have happened. Like, you really want to get into BAM? And so basically I just wanted to do my little tribute to him.

Not just the cooperative nature of performing the music, but also in terms of what music was performed. The vast landscape of jazz repertoire which includes Blues, Tin Pan Alley songs, show tunes, and pop songs, is most enriched by original compositions Album) jazz musicians themselves, which through the social contexts of the music, became standards in their own right.

Songs from Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, and Wayne Shorter had become modern jazz standards of their times because of their popularity and exposure within the jazz community.

I then started focusing on today, and my experiences at jazz performances. Yes, the headliner is playing his or her original work, and yes the band, on some occasions, may feature a tune or two from a bandmate, but what were the odds that they would play a tune by a musical peer beyond their own band? Slim to none, as far as I could tell.

Which got me to thinking: What is the modern jazz standard? I began looking through the several Real Books laying around the house. With the plethora of prolific writers in jazz over this span of time, I found it odd. What does this mean? The collapse of crucial major jazz labels, and a shift in the art of record producing has birthed a DIY era of record making which, while incredibly liberating, also has its share of considerable consequences.

Evans, who paid tribute to his mentor, saxophonist Bobby Watson, on his release Faith In Action, believes firmly in honoring his influences while they are still here; a philosophy which jazz has struggled to reckon with for the last several decades.

The genre seems to be contented for better or worse between two musical polars: an homage-obsessed one, and the other which seems, at times, completely musically isolated.

Years ago, more musicians had record contracts that required them to record more often, demanding more material. And now, for some of us, we write far more tunes than we have a chance to record. But another big reason, I think, is that jazz tunes have become more labor intensive to learn. Most of the music written now by musicians of my generation requires some pretty heavy rehearsing.

But regardless, an original tune back in the day was no more than 32 bars, with maybe an intro, then the head, solo on the melody form, head out.

Now a four or five page tune is no surprise. And the road maps through the sections can be really tricky. There is only so much of that, you can put in front of the band each gig. Moreno recently released his stunning fourth album, Another Way World Culture Musicwhich features all original compositions, but is known for his uncanny ability to interpret standards, and has released two standards albums on the Criss Cross label.

Classic records were already classic. It would be nice if there was something like it, but who would buy it? After all, who buys Real Books anyway? The more advanced musicians usually have already studied that material, and then when they do want to play more modern stuff just transcribe it themselves and write out the charts rather than spending the money on a entire book to get a few tunes out of it. But a lot of times my favorite tunes were not in Real Books.

I always transcribed myself. It might be more profitable for publishers to just put out individual songbooks by current artists. Few already exist. Then it might have an effect on the scene overall, making the records of today that will end up as classics documented as such.

I think it is still too early. It just may be. We have to keep playing the music. Two decades of music is not represented in that book. The people within the scene are disconnected from each other. And I think all of that fracturing puts people in a whole different place.

I think there are isolated instances most certainly of that: of people building community within smaller groups. The ideal that there was a general, cultural knowledge of this music that jazz musicians interpreted, basically everybody knew those songs. This begs the question: Who is the modern musician playing for?

I do think there is some tension between this crazy connectivity and access to so much information and then how kind of isolating it all is. However, I do think we could benefit from more documenting and collective publishing of modern jazz compositions. Collectivity has always made the music what it is. The music being more than just the sum of its parts, as NPR producer Becca Pulliam said to me in a recent interview.

That being said, I think at some point, it may be worthwhile to publish an updated book of modern compositions and start creating a rightful place for our generation in the spectrum of contributions. The first milestone! One year ago this month, Alternate Takes was launched. After going over it in my head, waiting for timing to meet opportunity, I finally decided to add my voice to the much needed conversation about musical, social and political ideas, with jazz as the nexus.

One year ago, I would not have imagined how well it would be received thank you! My main objective was to speak with him about the Grammy category cuts, which had just occurred. One of the great music minds of a generation. Speaking of wisdom, the interview which author and scholar Robin D. Kelley graciously granted me about his Thelonious Monk biography is another one of my favorites. On my quest to write critically about jazz, there is no shortage of seasoned writers to model after. However, I want to model after the great ones, and Kelley is a leader of that esteemed and very small pack.

Geri Allen speaks about the importance of a broader spectrum of writers in our interviews also — another pinch me moment! Trumpeter Nicholas Payton has emerged as one of the most important voices off of his instrument. I was grateful to talk to him last May for Alternate Takes. You guys seemed to really enjoy that. The Drummers Who Compose series was one of the most enlightening journeys for me.

As open and exposed as I like to think I am, it was most eye-opening to learn about the process of composition from master drummers Adam Cruz, Kendrick Scott, E. I received a lot of great feedback from this series, and even some requests of other drummers you all would like to see covered.

The next instrument in the series is going to be bass, by the way, so look for that in the months to come! A big part of the goal with Alternate Takes was to showcase the younger generation of movers and shakers in the business. Their ideas, passion and commitment are powerful forces in this music, and I hope you will continue to support them. They are game-changing, inspiring artists. If you missed their stories, please check them out.

Last year, their seminal The Low End Theory hit its twenty year milestone, and I had the honor of talking to Ali Shaheed Muhammad about this and a whole lot of other subjects, like the group working with Ron Carter. What a gracious interviewee. The level of intellect and accessibility these men displayed turned my blog into an amazing classroom. I learned so much, and I think a lot of you did also.

Guthrie Ramsey. I spoke with both he and the mind-mezmerizing Dr. Shalamishah Tillet during their Jazz Is a Woman course. What a thrill! You can still find me over at Nextbop as part of their talented team, as well as other jazz publications, contributing editorial.

For Alternate Takes, sending you all a huge thanks for your readership, involvement and support. I think when you stop reaching, you die. Todd's latest musical vision is a contemporary fusion of styles -- rock, soul and electronica -- that continues the tradition of boundary-breaking works from this visionary genius. Born out of frustration and by accident, it quickly found its feet as an aggressive attack on all that is contrived and connected to the day-to-day hammer of low paid employment.

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Possibly surprising to fans familiar with the Hawkwindian guitar squall of earlier albums, the songs on Walks For Motorists began as a keyboard melody or bass line, and several songs on the album don't even feature guitar at all.

This is propulsive, open music, surreal to its core but made to inspire people to get out of their seats and move. However, according to a press release, the majority of the track album was written with "an album in mind, but toured extensively first, as well as songs that singer-guitarist Colin Newman introduced to the group in the studio just prior to recording. One can recognize certain melodic inflections, guitar and bass motifs, and drum rhythms from Wire's idiosyncratic vocabulary but it has a remarkable freshness.

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Features three previously unreleased Queen tracks featuring late singer Freddie Mercury. Raw Poetic never strays too far away from jazz-underlined production and that still applies for Cool Convos. What makes the emcee so tantalizingly raw with his microphone abilities comes from his natural groove that emulates through his technical but always honey-like Album).

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The last In Case You Missed It - Art Blakey And The Jazzmessengers* - Album Of The Year (Cassette songs are live recordings from their session at the Mercury Cafe in Denver in This vinyl version includes all of the Lennon CD tracks presented on a gorgeous extra-wide spine gatefold double-LP.

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The Italian composer Claudio Gizzi, with harmonious themes, created a dark and romantically laced score that works very well within the well-known gothic tale of Dracula here directed in a not so conventional way by the genius of Morrissey and Warhol. Working from the "speculative poetics" of author and critic Allen Grossman's "Summa Lyrica" and addressing the subject of artistic inspiration itself, Goldberg's cross-genre compositions—combining jazz, rock and klezmer—are complex and compelling.

Good Riddance announced their In Case You Missed It - Art Blakey And The Jazzmessengers* - Album Of The Year (Cassette back inand Peace In Our Time marks the group's first new album in nine years. Vince Guaraldi and Eddie Duran had been longtime associates in the local music scene and their rapport is self-evident, while bassist Dean Reilly fit right in.

With an ebullient swing on the up-tempos, and a subtle, unhackneyed approach to ballads such as "Sweet And Lovely" and jazz standards such as John Lewis' "Django," this LP marks Guaraldi's triumphant first complete album as a leader. With Eddie Duran and Dean Reilly.

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