Various - Blue Spirits (The 65th Anniversary Of Blue Note) album mp3
Blue Spirits Skit (Rarte Seconda/Rarte Terza)". 6. DJ Jin feat Mark De Clive-Lowe - "Wind Parade". 7. Gagle (DJ Mitsu the Beats Production) - "Mystic Brew (Natural Mystic)". 8. "Blue Spirits Skit (Rarte Quarto)". 9. Yasushi Ide feat Osamu Koganei - "Blue Bossa". 10. Chieko Kinbara feat Eme - "Recado Bossa Nova (The Gift)". 11. Jazztronik - "Mestizo Eyes". 12. Michel Petrucciani - "Brazilian Suite (Fantastic Plastic Machine Batucada mix)".
Blue Spirits is an album by trumpeter Freddie Hubbard released on the Blue Note label. It would be his last studio album for Blue Note, recorded in the 1960s. It features performances by Hubbard, James Spaulding, Joe Henderson, Harold Mabern, J. Larry Ridley, Clifford Jarvis, Big Black, Kiane Zawadi, Hank Mobley, McCoy Tyner, Bob Cranshaw, Pete LaRoca. The CD release added tracks from a 1966 session featuring Hosea Taylor, Herbie Hancock, Reggie Workman, and Elvin Jones.
When is a Blue Note not a Blue Note? Freddy's last studio album for the label, a magnificent beast, Blue Spirits, a four-horn line-up, with a twist. The Vinyl Detective calls. When is a Blue Note not a Blue Note? Freddy’s last studio album for the label, a magnificent beast, Blue Spirits, a four-horn line-up, with a twist. The curious case of the Blue Note that almost never was. Selection: Blue Spirits (Hubbard). Presented for your listening detective pleasure, the magnificent Hank Mobley-driven title track, Blue Spirits, in two formats, mono and stereo, both recorded and mastered by Van Gelder. Mono van gelder – blue note NY label.
Blue Note Records are designed simply to serve the uncompromising expressions of hot jazz or swing, in general. Any particular style of playing which represents an authentic way of musical feeling is genuine expression. By virtue of its significance in place, time and circumstance, it possesses its own tradition, artistic standards and audience that keep it alive. However, to become a major brand, and remain so, it can only be achieved with quality music and the thousands of Blue Note albums down the years attest to this fact. They may not all be to your ear or the kind of music you like, but it’s impossible not to acknowledge the sheer quality of the recordings listed her. nd for the vast majority of those that failed to make the cut. We’d love to hear what you think should have been included in the greatest Blue Note albums; no doubt you will have a vie. 0. Don Cherry – Complete Communion 49.
The Blue Note Years 1939-1999. So, when the label's 60th anniversary rolled around in 1998/1999, it made sense that they decided to celebrate in grand style. Not only did they reissue many of their classic albums with gloriously remastered sound and restored artwork, they compiled the gargantuan box set The Blue Note Years: 1939-1999, which contained no less than seven separate double-disc sets spotlighting different genres and eras in Blue Note's history (with the noticeable omission of anything recorded between 1968-1974, when Alfred Lion left. the label and the new owners instigated pop-jazz, funk, groove, and.
The finest in jazz since 1939. From Coltrane to Cannonball Adderley, the label was at one time or another home to pretty much every major jazz musician to break land during the commercial golden era of the genre in the 50’s and 60’s. With its distinctive Reid Miles-designed sleeves and Rudy Van Gelder-produced sound, it forged a coherent.
On its 75th anniversary - for which the label has launched a new vinyl reissue initiative (!) - Treble is honoring the legendary label by selecting a list of 25 Blue Note essential albums. We could have made it a much longer list, of course. If you need to find 75 great Blue Note records, it’s not that hard to find ‘em. But we simplified this just a little. Kenny Dorham – Afro Cuban (1955). Trumpeter Kenny Dorham made an impressive enough debut with 1954′s Kenny Dorham Quintet, but with.