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Lester Left Town - Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers - The Summit (CD)

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Label: Better Music - JIT039 • Series: Jazz (3) • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Spain • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop


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8 thoughts on “ Lester Left Town - Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers - The Summit (CD)

  1. Kajigis
    May 02,  · Here, Blakey combines his rhythm with tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter's brilliant composing to make what could only be termed a "structurally raw" album. Each track rips through bebop as quickly as Blakey ripped through drum heads. "Dat Dere" and "Lester Left Town" stand out as part of the true canons for hot jazz.
  2. Shajind
    Cette publication d'Art Blakey avec ses Jazz Messengers marque les débuts discographiques du saxophoniste Wayne Shorter au sein du collectif. Dans les notes de livret, on apprend que c'est au cours de l'été que le saxophoniste ténor intégra le groupe du batteur. Il était alors membre de la section cuivre de l'orchestre de Maynard /5(20).
  3. Zulkizuru
    • DIGIPACK EDITION. Drummer Art Blakey and the version of his Jazz Messengers (with trumpeter Brian Lynch, tenor saxophonist Javon Jackson, trombonist Frank Lacy, pianist Geoff Keezer and bassist Buster Williams) celebrated the leader's 70th birthday by welcoming back several notable alumni: trumpeters Freddie Hubbard & Terence Blanchard, altoists Jackie McLean & Donald Harrison, .
  4. Mezragore
    While Blakey recorded for a number of labels during that period, his sessions for the Columbia and RCA/Vik labels formed the core of his repertoire along with his Blue Note sides, and this 2-CD, track set throws in six rare live performances in France (led by Blakey’s impossibly polyrhythmic playing, the Jazz Messengers were one of the greatest live bands in jazz history) to create an crucial document .
  5. Tot
    Wayne Shorter, then of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, composed a tribute, called "Lester Left Town". Young's playing style influenced many other tenor saxophonists, including Stan Getz, as well as Zoot Sims, Al Cohn, and Gerry Mulligan. Paul Quinichette modeled his style so closely on Young's that he was sometimes referred to as the "Vice Prez.
  6. Grosho
    On the back cover of Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers' "Africaine" limited edition disc, it is mentioned that of all the then yet to be reissued Blue Note albums, this was the one most requested by customers to be re-released on CD. It's easy to see why from a collector's standpoint/5(8).
  7. Terg
    The Art of Jazz: Live in Leverkusen is a live album by Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers at the Leverkusen Jazz Festival in Germany on October 9, To commemorate Blakey's 70th birthday (October 11), the concert featured many special guests—most of whom were former Messengers. Singer Michelle Hendricks sang a song -- "Mr. Blakey"—composed for the occasion by founding Messenger Horace .
  8. Kigis
    A nice collection of overlooked work from Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers – not the oft-reissued material from the group's years at Blue Note, but instead some slightly more obscure sides recorded for Columbia and RCA! The work here also represents a time when Blakey was experimenting a bit more with the group – a stretch right before he settled into some of the more-recorded.

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