There is no doubt that Irish jazz guitarist Louis Stewart is one of the all-time greats, and it is obvious from the first notes he plays on any occasion. Quick witted, clean and clear, original, inventive, steeped in tradition, astonishing at most turns and only remarkable on the others, the only reason most of you don't know him is that he works in Europe, barely visiting the continental America's during his five decades of performing.
For those fortunate enough to hear and own the immaculately produced Germany/Black Forest based MPS recordings, distributed as imported pristine virgin vinyl LPs that were pressed in the '70s, you already know the quality of this four-CD set of George Shearing's trio. With the peerless Dane Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen and Ireland's genius guitarist Louis Stewart, they can hardly do anything wrong musically.
This collection includes 85 films Lumiere brothers shot during the 1895-1897 period. Selected classic French film by Bertrand Tavernier from more than 1500 surviving paintings by the founders of film stored in the archives of the Institute Lumière in Lyon, these films in the retrospective form of showing us the formation of a reservoir of early French cinema. At the moment this collection is the most complete collection of paintings by the Lumiere brothers.
Collection is divided into 9 thematic chapters ( "The first film Lumière, Lyon - the birthplace of cinema," "Childhood," "The French have fun" and others) and is equipped with piano accompaniment Odermana Stewart (Stuart Oderman). Switchable voiceovers reporter Bertrand Tavernier (Bertrand Tavernier) and editor Frema Thierry (Thierry Fremaux) make of the history of early cinema, and are designed to bring greater clarity to what is happening on the screen.
24-bit remastered French exclusive compilation is packaged in a well designed digipak. 24 tracks performed by Louis Armstrong with various ensembles, His Hot Five, His Hot Seven, His Orchestra, Savoy Ballroom Five & others.