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Performer: Dizzy Gillespie
Title: Concert In Paris
Released: 1967
Country: US
Style: Bop, Afro-Cuban Jazz
Category: Jazz
Size FLAC: 1169 mb
Size MP3: 1820 mb
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This is the reason for the release of the exciting "CONCERT IN PARIS" sides. The album is a happy choice of French atmosphere due to the bits of dialogue included and music that swings via Dizzy. With his own unit around him, Dizzy moves through a colorful combination of themes. Especially good is "My Man" with a nice backing for Dizzy by Wade Legge on piano

Carnegie Hall Concert is an album by trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie recorded in 1961 at Carnegie Hall, New York City and released on the Verve label. All compositions by Dizzy Gillespie except as indicated. Manteca" (Gillespie, Gil Fuller, Chano Pozo) - 6:22. This Is the Way" - 4:00. Ool-Ya-Koo" (Gillespie, Fuller) - 5:35. Tunisian Fantasy" (Gillespie, Frank Paparelli) - 13:10. Dizzy Gillespie - trumpet, vocal. John Frosk, Clark Terry, Carl Warwick, Nick Travis - trumpet.

By: Dizzy Gillespie (1953, Jazz). More albums from Dizzy Gillespie: Diz And Getz by Dizzy Gillespie. Roy And Diz by Dizzy Gillespie. Dizzy And His Orchestra by Dizzy Gillespie. View all albums . Concert In Paris. By: Dizzy Gillespie (1953, Jazz).

The bulk of this CD from the French Vogue label features the Dizzy Gillespie Orchestra in particularly strong form at a Paris concert. In addition to the leader/trumpeter, the main soloists are altoist Howard Johnson, Big Nick Nicholas on tenor, pianist John Lewis and Chano Pozo on congas

Concert In Paris is a big band music live album recording by DIZZY GILLESPIE released in 1953 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 The Champ 1:10 A2 They Can't Take That Away From Me 4:25 A3 My Man 3:05 A4 Birks Works 6:00 B1 Good Bait 4:50 B2 I Can't Get Started 3:05 B3 I've Got The Bluest Blues 3:50 B4 Paris Swing 3:50 B5. Oh Lady Be Good.

Titel: Paris Concert. On Tour With Dizzy Gillespie And His Big Band 1956.

Carnegie Hall Concert is an album by trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie recorded in 1961 at Carnegie Hall, New York City and released on the Verve label. Hall of Fame released: 2002. Jazz in Paris: Dizzy Gillespie & his Operatic Strings Orchestra released: 2002. Ohh-Shoo-Be-Doo-Bee released: 2001. Jazz Studies: The Best of the Perception Years released: 2001.

Just Blues (One More Blues) 12. Ain't Misbehavin' 13. Summertime 14. Blue Moon 15. Mama's Blues (Mrs. Dizzy Blues) 16. Undecided 17. Way You Look Tonight 18. They Can't Take That Away from Me 19. Taking a Chance on Love 20. Taking a Chance on Love 21. Lullaby in Rhythm. СКАЧАТЬ весь альбом бесплатно в ogg + обсуждение здесь.

Tracklist

A1 The Champ 1:10
A2 They Can't Take That Away From Me 4:25
A3 My Man 3:05
A4 Birks Works 6:00
B1 Good Bait 4:50
B2 I Can't Get Started 3:05
B3 I've Got The Bluest Blues 3:50
B4 Paris Swing 3:50
B5 Oh Lady Be Good

Credits

  • Contrabass [Contra Bass] – Lou Hackney
  • Design [Cover By], Photography By – Chuck Stewart
  • Liner Notes – Shirley Hoskins
  • Piano – Wade Legge
  • Trumpet – Bill Graham
  • Vocals – Joe Carroll

Notes

Italian release
Both "Made in U.S.A by Roulette Records, Inc." and "Made in Italy" appear on label.

Text on back cover:

When the French "Jazzbeau' introduces these sides, his announcement of the principal artist is merely..."Et" -- Dizzy!" At that, the applause is spontaneous and warm.

Unquestionably Dizzy's prominence abroad as well as in America is phenomenal, therefore it is natural that Roost should add another great album to those already illustrating his European endeavors. This is the reason for the release of the exciting "CONCERT IN PARIS" sides. The album is a happy choice of French atmosphere due to the bits of dialogue included and music that swings via Dizzy.

With his own unit around him, Dizzy moves through a colorful combination of themes. Especially good is "My Man" with a nice backing for Dizzy by Wade Legge on piano. Bill Graham does some fine phrasing behind trumpet on "Good Bait." The most fun of all, though, is "I've Got the Bluest Blues" with everybody getting in their special 'licks'. Joe Caroll does some singing on this one and the entire thing swings. Caroll also sings with Dizzy on "The Champ" and it's a successful venture.

Dizzy controls the entire nine sides but it must be noted that the contrapuntal methods he is known for are still at work here with Wade Legge, and more particularly, Bill Graham supplying the major part. The group, other than Joe Carroll as vocalist, consists of Lou Hackney on 'Contra Bass' as indicated in the French introduction, and Al Jones on drums.

Naturally the success of any one musician in a small combo depends largely on the muscians he surrounds himself with and for someone as thorough-going in musicianship at Dizzy Gillespie is, it is naturally more important. All of the musicians in his group are young and because of this, easily adaptable to new ideas and they themselves generate a certain original genius. It's a compact and harmonious group. As is audible from the records they are well-received by audiences not only for their talent but for their amiability on the stand as well. Dizzy of course, is a fine showman and Joe Carroll and Bill Graham complement his personality.

These sides will gall among the jazz collector's items of our times for they are part of the musical chronology of possibly the greatest imaginative figure in the 'Bop' era. No single musician has ever had more adulation than Dizzy. No other jazz musician has experienced more world-wide acclaim. No other musician could ever 'get away' with what Dizzy has managed to happily 'get away' with on the stand. No other trumpeter in the progressive jazz idiom can claim sole priority over his 'progressive' ideas for almost invariably they are attributable and are a tribute to the creator of the sounds on trumpet with which we are familiar today. The impact of his figure on the jazz world is such that he almost a myth in musicology. The Beret. The Goatee, The Thick-Rimmed Glasses. The Scatting. The Bop Talk. They all manifest a personality -- and they manifest a beginning of an era. But the important thing about all this is that Dizzy, like Bird, and Max, and the Pres, and Bud, still is creating and still retaining a highly personal and therefore, highly original music.

It is the same exciting Gillspie trumpet that blows on "CONCERT IN PARIS"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code (Side A): LP 2214 A
  • Label Code (Side B): LP 2214 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): LP-2214-A 8-7-67
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): LP-2214-B 8-7-67

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ROOST LP 2214 Dizzy Gillespie Concert In Paris ‎(LP, Album) Royal Roost ROOST LP 2214 US 1957
SLP 22 Dizzy Gillespie Concert In Paris ‎(LP) Sonet SLP 22 Unknown
33SX 1574 Dizzy Gillespie Concert In Paris ‎(LP, Mono) Columbia 33SX 1574 UK Unknown

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