Art Tatum Jazz Masters

5 Jazz Piano Solos By Art Tatum  

Posted by MoneyRich at March 29, 2015
5 Jazz Piano Solos By Art Tatum

5 Jazz Piano Solos By Art Tatum by Art Tatum
English | 1944 | ASIN: B006OBNIJ4 | 28 pages | PDF | 4 MB

Carnegie Hall Bounce, Gang O' Nothin', Jumpin' for Sumpin', Live Jive, Night Scene.

Art Tatum, "5 Jazz Piano Solos"  

Posted by TimMa at June 29, 2013
Art Tatum, "5 Jazz Piano Solos"

Art Tatum, "5 Jazz Piano Solos"
Publisher: Leeds Music Co | 1944 | ISBN: N/A | English | PDF | 28 pages | 3.64 Mb

Carnegie Hall Bounce, Gang O' Nothin', Jumpin' for Sumpin', Live Jive, Night Scene.

VA - Verve Jazz Masters – Collection: Vol.01-Vol.60 (1994-1998)  Music

Posted by Discograf_man at Nov. 3, 2016
VA - Verve Jazz Masters – Collection: Vol.01-Vol.60 (1994-1998)

VA - Verve Jazz Masters – Collection: Vol.01-Vol.60 (1994-1998)
Big Band, Swing, Vocal Jazz | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 9,09 Gb
Label: Verve Records | Release Year: 1994-1998

Verve Records was originally the product of the vision of jazz impressario Norman Granz (1918-2001). He formed the label in 1956 and moved all of the recordings released on his earlier Norgran Records and Clef Records labels to create the new Verve catalog.

Bobby McFerrin - Jazz Masters (1997)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Oct. 13, 2016
Bobby McFerrin - Jazz Masters (1997)

Bobby McFerrin - Jazz Masters (1997)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 213 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 104 Mb
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Jazz, Vocal, Soul-Jazz | EMI Jazz / GALA Records #7243 477732 2 8

This album was originally released in 1988 as "Bobby McFerrin - Don't Worry, Be Happy". Vocal virtuoso Bobby McFerrin ranks among the most distinctive and original singers in contemporary music – equally adept in jazz, pop, and classical settings, his octave-jumping trademark style, with its rhythmic inhalations and stop-on-a-dime shifts from falsetto to deep bass notes often sounds like the work of at least two or three singers at once, while at the same time sounding quite unlike anyone else…

Oscar Peterson - Verve Jazz Masters 16 (1993) Repost / New Rip  Music

Posted by popsakov at Oct. 11, 2016
Oscar Peterson - Verve Jazz Masters 16 (1993) Repost / New Rip

Oscar Peterson - Verve Jazz Masters 16 (1993)
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Jazz | Verve Records / Polygram Records #516 320-2

Oscar Peterson was recorded by Verve more often than any other artist. In those years, his groups had the ability to not just keep up with him but become equal partners in creating music that would soar the heights while never forgetting to flat-out swing. Hear him in classic duo, trio, and big-band settings with such stalwarts as Cannonball Adderley, Ray Brown, Herb Ellis, Sam Jones, Clark Terry, and Ed Thigpen.
Johnny Smith Trio - Easy Listening (1958) {2016 Japan SHM-CD Jazz Masters Collection 1200 Series WPCR-29084}

Johnny Smith Trio - Easy Listening (1958) {2016 Japan SHM-CD Jazz Masters Collection 1200 Series WPCR-29084}
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© 1958, 2016 Roost / Parlophone / Warner Music Japan | WPCR-29084
Jazz / Cool / Guitar

SHM-CD reissue. Comes with a mini-description. Features new remastering if it comes from Parlophone. The gentle genius of guitarist Johnny Smith – perfectly captured in this late nite trio session from the 50s! There's a lot more jazz here than you might guess from the "easy listening" title – and Johnny's working with drummer Charlie Mastropaolo and bassist George Roumanis, in a style that's very much in keeping with his other best Roost work at the time. Smith has this way on the strings that's like few other players of his time – a style of playing the guitar that's so gentle, so spacious, the notes come off the instrument almost by themselves – with a lightly ringing quality that's the best part of the unique Johnny Smith tone.
Johnny Smith - The New Johnny Smith Quartet (1956) {2016 Japan SHM-CD Jazz Masters Collection 1200 Series WPCR-29025}

Johnny Smith - The New Johnny Smith Quartet (1956) {2016 Japan SHM-CD Jazz Masters Collection 1200 Series WPCR-29025}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 154 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 90 Mb
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© 1956, 2016 Roost / Parlophone / Warner Music Japan | WPCR-29025
Jazz / Cool / Guitar / Vibes

SHM-CD reissue. Comes with a mini-description. Features new remastering if it comes from Parlophone. A Johnny Smith album with a real difference, and that difference is vibes – handled her by a young John Rae, whose tones make a perfect accompaniment to Smith's chromatic style of guitar! The balance of vibes and guitar is beautiful – handled with all that sense of space that both Johns could bring to their 50s work – with just a bit of extra help from George Roumanis on bass and John Lee on drums – players who can come in strong when needed, but often lay back and let the chromes take over!
Art Tatum - More Of The Greatest Piano Of Them All + (2015) {Poll Winners Records PWR 27333 rec 1955}

Art Tatum - More Of The Greatest Piano Of Them All + (2015) {Poll Winners Records PWR 27333 rec 1955}
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© 1955, 2015 Verve / Poll Winners Records | PWR 27333
Jazz / Stride / Piano

The complete original LP More of the Greatest Piano of Them All (Verve MGV-8347), showcasing the brilliant pianist unaccompanied. This album, which includes original liner notes by André Previn, was part of the marathon sessions jazz producer Norman Granz planned for Tatum, who at that time was seriously ill and neglected by record companies due to stylistic changes in the music industry. He would die on November 5, 1956 at the age of 47. As a bonus, we have added the complete album Still More of the Greatest Piano of Them All (Verve MGV-8360), which includes original liner notes by Teddy Wilson, plus one extra track, all recorded during the same sessions.
Art Tatum - The Complete Pablo Solo Masterpieces (1953-56) {7CD Box Set PACD 4404-2 rel 1991}

Art Tatum - The Complete Pablo Solo Masterpieces (1953-56) {7CD Box Set PACD 4404-2 rel 1991}
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© 1953-1956, 1991 Pablo / Fantasy | PACD 4404-2
Jazz / Swing / Stride / Boogie-Woogie / Piano

During four marathon recording sessions in 1953-55, Norman Granz recorded Art Tatum playing 119 standards, enough music for a dozen LPs. The results have been recently reissued separately on eight CDs and on this very full seven-CD box set. Frankly, Tatum did no real advance preparation for this massive project, sticking mosty to concise melodic variations of standards, some of them virtual set pieces formed over the past two decades. Since there are few uptempo performances, the music in this series has a certain sameness after awhile but, heard in small doses, it is quite enjoyable. A special bonus on this box (and not on the individual volumes) are four numbers taken from a 1956 Hollywood Bowl concert.
VA - Carnegie Hall Salutes The Jazz Masters: Verve 50th Anniversary (1994)

VA - Carnegie Hall Salutes The Jazz Masters: Verve 50th Anniversary (1994)
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Genre: Jazz | Label: Verve, PolyGram | # 523 150-2 | Time: 01:16:21

Verve Records celebrated the 50th anniversary of Norman Granz's first Jazz at the Philharmonic concert with an all-star get-together at Carnegie Hall. Different groups of top players from Verve's legacy (both past and present) had opportunities to perform, and this CD has many of the highlights. Pianist Peter Delano plays "Tangerine" with a trio; Dee Dee Bridgewater sings "Shiny Stockings" with the Carnegie Hall Jazz Band; Hank Jones pays tribute to Art Tatum; Abbey Lincoln sings "I Must Have That Man"; Joe Henderson meets up with Antonio Carlos Jobim (who made his final concert appearance) on "Desafinado";"Manteca" features trumpeter Roy Hargrove and trombonist Steve Turre; pianist Yosuke Yamashita pays tribute to Bud Powell; Betty Carter scats on "How High the Moon"; Herbie Hancock and John McLaughlin play a restrained acoustic version of Bill Evans' "Turn out the Stars"; Hargrove teams up with altoist Jackie McLean and guitarist Pat Metheny for "The Eternal Triangle"; organist Jimmy Smith revisits Oliver Nelson's arrangement of "Down by the Riverside"; Art Porter and Jeff Lorber play some crossover, and J.J. Johnson contributes a few trombone solos.