|Title:||Bird Flies With 'The Herd' / The Inspired Trumpet Artistry Of Clifford Brown|
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Clifford Benjamin Brown (October 30, 1930 – June 26, 1956) was an American jazz trumpeter. He died at the age of 25 in a car accident, leaving behind four years' worth of recordings. He was also a composer of note: his compositions "Sandu," "Joy Spring," and "Daahoud" have become jazz standards. Brown won the Down Beat critics' poll for New Star of the Year in 1954; he was inducted into the DownBeat Jazz Hall of Fame in 1972 in the critics' poll.
Bird flies with the herd/ The inspired trumpet artistry of Clifford Brown. Charlie Parker/ Clifford Brown. Records are taken out of sleeve to avoid seam splits and ring wear. Original French LP released in the 70’s on Main Man Records.
The Giants of Jazz series is designed to provide a method for studying, analyzing, imitating and assimilating the idiosyncratic and general facets of the styles of various jazz giants. The Brown book provides many transcriptions, plus discography, biographical. By David Baker Trumpet Book Item: 00-SB104.
As a leader, Charlie Parker recorded for Savoy and Dial during 1945-1948 and then for Verve exclusively (at least in the studios) during 1949-1954. This remarkable ten-CD box set, which adds quite a bit of material to an earlier ten-LP set, contains all of these recordings plus Bird's earlier appearances with Jazz at the Philharmonic. In addition, this box has all of the "Bird and Strings" sides, his meetings with Machito's Cuban orchestra, the 1950 session with Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonious Monk, small-group dates (including a 1951 meeting with Miles Davis), odd encounters with voices and studio bands, the famous "Jam Blues" with fellow altoists Johnny Hodges and Benny Carter, and his final recordings
Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Clifford Brown And Max Roach.
Charlie Parker was one of the most important figures in the development of jazz and in particular Bop. His was a thoughtful kind of jazz, a saxophonist unrestricted by arrangements made him the master of improvisation. A troubled man, with drugs and drink at the heart of his problems, he was also a genius. The pianist with the band taught him about harmony and Charlie listened endlessly to records to dissect the solos and learn them off by heart. Having got inside the music’s DNA. he was able to break free and become a brilliant improviser. Sometime around the end of 1938, Parker went to Chicago. From left to right: Buddy Rich, Ray Brown, Charlie Parker, Mitch Miller, Max Hollander, possibly Jimmy Carroll, Mitt Lomask. By 1940, Parker was separated from his wife and joined pianist Jay McShann’s Band, writing arrangements as well as leading the sax section.
Memorial is a 1956 jazz album by trumpeter Clifford Brown issued posthumously. It was originally released on the Prestige label as PRLP 7055. It principally includes fast bop pieces, also arranged for a brass section. Ira Gitler, who was supervising session for Prestige label at the time, confessed he was greatly impressed by Brown: "When Brownie stood up and took his first solo on "Philly J J", I nearly fell off my seat in the control room.
Cherokee - Clifford Brown. Doodlin’ – Horace Silver. Feels So Good - Chuck Mangione. This track comes from Miles Davis’s seminal album called "Kind of Blue," which is played quite straight with Mike, who plays the refrain that was originally played by Cannonball Adderley, John Coltrane, and Miles – so, big shoes to fill! 2. All You Need is Love - The Beatles. The muted trumpet is so hypnotizing and beautifully harmonizes with the saxophones’ off-beat responses.
|Charlie Parker - Bird Flies With The Herd|
|A1||–Charlie Parker||You Go To My Head|
|A2||–Charlie Parker||The Lion|
|A3||–Charlie Parker||Cubop Holiday|
|A4||–Charlie Parker||Nearness Of You|
|A5||–Charlie Parker||The Lemon Drop|
|A6||–Charlie Parker||Sonny Speaks|
|A8||–Charlie Parker||4 Bros|
|Clifford Brown - The Inspired Trumpet Artistry Of Clifford Brown|
|B1||–Clifford Brown||Waltz Hot|
|B2||–Clifford Brown||I Feel A Song Coming On|
|B3||–Clifford Brown||Groovin' High|