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Life At Best

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08/16/2011
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Jet Black & Jealous

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09/16/2008
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10,000 Towns

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10,000 Towns (Deluxe Edition) (Walmart Exclusive)

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The Band Perry

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10/12/2010
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Personnel: John Patitucci (acoustic & electric basses); Michael Brecker, Chris Potter (tenor saxophone); John Scofield (guitar); Bill Stewart (drums).
Recorded at Sound On Sound Studios, New York, New York on January 14-17, 1998. Includes liner notes by Larry Blumenfeld.
Bass virtuoso John Patitucci is always in great demand. His long stint with Chick Corea's famed Elektric Band as well as "most favored bassist" status with scores of other major artists has kept him busy. Its Patitucci's solo albums, however, that give us an insight into this bass man's true inner workings. Favoring his acoustic upright more often than his 6-string electric, NOW is certainly Patitucci's most mainstream solo effort after many albums of mostly electric jazz or Brazilian-flavored outings.
Joining Patitucci is a distinguished group of cohorts. Master guitarist John Scofield and journeyman tenor saxophonist Michael Brecker once again turn in stellar performances on Patitucci's behalf. The powerful young saxophonist Chris Potter and monster drummer Bill Stewart round out this amazing cast. An accomplished and sensitive composer, Patitucci has composed all but two of the tracks here. Also included are McCoy Tyner's "Search For Peace" and a fascinating conversation between the leader and Stewart on Coltrane's "Giant Steps." Patitucci's closing solo performance on the ballad "Miya" is no less than otherworldly.

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Personnel: John Patitucci (acoustic & electric basses); Michael Brecker, Chris Potter (tenor saxophone); John Scofield (guitar); Bill Stewart (drums).Recorded at Sound On Sound Studios, New York, New
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Personnel: Joe Henderson (tenor saxophone); Don Friedman, Kenny Barron (piano); Ron Carter (bass); Jack DeJohnette, Louis Hayes (drums).
Recorded at Plaza Sound Studios, New York, New York on September 27, 1967 and May 16, 1968. Originally released on Milestone (9017). Includes liner notes by Orrin Keepnews.
Digitally remastered by Phil De Lancie (1995, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).
Joe Henderson has been a driving force in the jazz community since the early 1960s. Indeed, his skill and conceptual approach to music helped to define contemporary jazz. Certainly, he greatly influenced the "young lions" of the 1980s, who in turn brought renewed integrity to straight-ahead jazz. This 1968 album sees the tenor saxophonist in fine form. His composition "The Bead Game" is decades ahead of its time; jazz simply doesn't get any more advanced than the soloing heard here by pianist Don Friedman and Henderson himself. Meanwhile, Jack DeJohnette's driving eighth notes on the ride cymbal also add great urgency and gusto to this tune. Elsewhere, Cole Porter's gentle "I've Got You Under My Skin" fits in surprisingly well alongside the solo-heavy originals; this is due, in large part, to the sophisticated harmonic language employed by pianist Kenny Barron. In general, all seven tracks illuminate the improvisational prowess of this band.

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Personnel: Joe Henderson (tenor saxophone); Don Friedman, Kenny Barron (piano); Ron Carter (bass); Jack DeJohnette, Louis Hayes (drums).Recorded at Plaza Sound Studios, New York, New York on September
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Personnel: Duke Ellington (piano); Ray Brown (bass).
Recorded at Unite Recording, Las Vegas, Nevada on December 5, 1972. Originally released on Pablo (721). Includes liner notes by Orrin Keepnews, Ray Brown and Benny Green.
Digitally remastered by Phil De Lancie (1994, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).
Can Duke Ellington's piano playing still be called "underrated?" In the decades since his passing, this seems to be the most common adjective applied to his efforts at the keyboard. This reissue of a 1972 duet session with the incomparable bassist Ray Brown (who has never been underrated, and rightly so) offers further evidence of Ellington's finesse behind the ivories. Even so, Brown is the one on display here, and that's the point.
The Blanton of the title is of course Jimmy Blanton, the bassist who revolutionized the role of his instrument in much the same way as Charlie Christian revolutionized his (and, like Christian, Blanton died at a shockingly young age). As bassist with the Ellington band at the start of the 1940s, Blanton introduced the idea of soloing on the bass, and the concept thereafter found its way into the palette of the band. Ellington and Brown revisit some of the compositional results here, and create some new ones, namely the four movement "Fragmented Suite for Piano and Bass." The sympathetic interplay between these two masters is rendered that much deeper by the gorgeous tone each evokes from his respective instrument.

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Personnel: Duke Ellington (piano); Ray Brown (bass).Recorded at Unite Recording, Las Vegas, Nevada on December 5, 1972. Originally released on Pablo (721). Includes liner notes by Orrin Keepnews, Ray
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Personnel: Lester Young (tenor saxophone); Bill Potts (piano); Norman Williams (bass); Jim Lucht (drums).
Recorded at Olivia Davis' Patio Lounge, Washington, D.C. on December 7, 1956. Includes liner notes by Bill Potts.
Digitally remastered by Joe Tarantino (1987, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).
This CD documents a date Lester Young (also known as "Pres") played with the house band (Bill Potts Trio) at Olivia Davis's Patio Lounge in the District of Columbia. It would have been just another gig had pianist Bill Potts not lured Young into letting him record the music by buying him a bottle of Hennessy cognac. Fortunately, Young took the bait, for decades later we have a wonderful example of the tenor legend's exquisite abilities in his later period.
Many critics claim that Young's playing went steadily down hill after his tenure in the military (where he was the victim of fierce racism). However, Young displays a joie de vivre on this CD that is simply contagious. Made up of mostly standard tunes such as "I Can't Get Started," "Jeepers Creepers," "A Foggy Day," and others, Pres and company really shine. Perhaps the highlight of the set is the uptempo version of "Tea for Two" that showcases Young's cool tone and behind-the-beat phrasing even at a faster tempo. Drummer Jim Lucht also plays some very creative eight bar solo breaks on this song.

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Personnel: Lester Young (tenor saxophone); Bill Potts (piano); Norman Williams (bass); Jim Lucht (drums).Recorded at Olivia Davis' Patio Lounge, Washington, D.C. on December 7, 1956. Includes liner
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Personnel: Count Basie (piano, organ); Zoot Sims (tenor saxophone); John Heard (bass); Louis Bellson (drums).
Recorded at RCA Recording Studio, New York, New York on April 9, 1975. Includes original release liner notes by Benny Green.
Digitally remastered by Phil De Lancie (1994, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).
By 1975, Count Basie and Zoot Sims had developed an unerring musical rapport. After working for many years in Basie's big band, Sims had come to embody the spirit of Lester Young and the modern amenities bebop offered. Taking Basie's music to new heights, the tenor man became one of the more pivotal players in a long roster of brilliant musicians who worked under the Count.
On BASIE AND ZOOT, we hear the two musicians in a relaxed quartet setting. Basie harks back to his stride roots, ala Fats Waller, on tunes such as "Captain Bligh" and "I Never Knew." Sims excels in this musical environment, alighting in a variety of tone colors on his saxophone, reveling in the dynamic contrast not afforded him in Basie's usual large-band setting. Sims plays particularly moving solos on "Hardav" and "I Surrender, Dear," employing a fluid and smoky sound on his instrument. On the latter, Basie wheezes away quietly at the organ, while Sims soliloquizes over top.

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Personnel: Count Basie (piano, organ); Zoot Sims (tenor saxophone); John Heard (bass); Louis Bellson (drums).Recorded at RCA Recording Studio, New York, New York on April 9, 1975. Includes original
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Eli Cook Band - Electricholyfirewater [CD]

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Eli Cook
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    Yamin, Eli Blues Band - I Feel So Glad [CD]

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    Billy Eli Band - Amped Out [CD]

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