The Greatest Jazz Concert in the World is a 1967 live album featuring Duke Ellington and his orchestra, Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson, T-Bone Walker, Coleman Hawkins, Clark Terry and Zoot Sims. It was released in 1975. Billy Strayhorn's "Blood Count" was debuted at the Carnegie Hall concert featured on the album. This was Strayhorn's last composition, he died a few months after the piece was recorded. This album marked the last recorded collaboration between Fitzgerald and Ellington and his orchestra.
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Posed with the question, Who invented jazz album cover design? Most people will instantly say, Blue Note Records, and Reid Miles in particular. But this would be a gross simplification as well as inaccurate. What is true is that the record labels that were releasing jazz in the 1940s in 78 albums and then on 10 long playing records were at the forefront of LP design. This is for no other reason other than jazz was the hippest, coolest, and most progressive kind of music around attracting many young designers to the music, who in turn lent their undoubted talents to the genre . Esquire’s 1946 Award Winners Hot Jazz – Various Artists. Out To Lunch! – Eric Dolphy.
List of 100 greatest jazz vocalist record albums ranked for their influence, impact, originality, and quality of the singing. Criteria: These Jazz vocal albums, were chosen for their influence, impact, originality, and quality on the world of Jazz. Greatest Hits are excluded from consideration.
Various/Jazz in Paris Jazz & Cinema vol. 3 (Gitanes 5487932) CD Album Digipak. The album is compiled by Jazz FM?s Ralph tee, Steve Quirk and Mike Vitti and boasts an impressive array of artist names and signature tracks, many either previously unissued in the UK (including some massive hits from the US Smooth Jazz charts) or hard to come by on C. Expansion label ? Expansion, jazz fm (2009) catalogue format ?
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|A1||–Terry Gibbs And His Orchestra||Nose Cone||2:40|
|A2||–Stan Getz||It Never Entered My Mind||3:46|
|A3||–George Shearing Quintet*||Little White Lies||2:23|
|A4||–Charlie Parker||Back Home Blues||2:47|
|A5||–Dizzy Gillespie - Roy Eldridge||The Heat's On||6:29|
|B1||–Gerry Mulligan||Chelsea Bridge||7:30|
|B2||–Oscar Peterson Trio*||Scarborough Junction||2:15|
|B3||–Lester Young||It's Ther Talk Of The Town||5:38|
|B4||–Herbie Mann||Evolution Of Man(n)||4:02|
|C1||–Johnny Hodges||Don't Call Me I'll Call You||3:25|
|C2||–Gene Krupa||Gene's Solo Flight||4:32|
|C3||–Dizzy Gillespie||Wheatleigh Hall||8:52|
|C4||–Count Basie And His Orchestra*||Basie's Back In Town||3:14|
|D1||–Lionel Hampton Big Band*||Air Mail Special||2:55|
|D2||–Charlie Parker||What Is This Thing Called Love||2:34|
|D3||–Sonny Stitt||Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea||4:36|
|D4||–Lester Young||Press Returns||6:17|
|D5||–Woody Herman And His Orchestra||Moten Stomp||2:36|
|E1||–Dizzy Gillespie And His Orchestra||Oasis||3:12|
|E2||–Art Tatum||Trio Blues||5:06|
|E3||–Stan Getz||Tour's End||4:53|
|F1||–Coleman Hawkins||Body And Soul||6:06|
|F2||–George Shearing Quintet*||Spring Is Here||2:55|
|F3||–Louis Bellson||Drummer's Holiday||2:27|
|F4||–Charlie Parker Quintet*||Love For Sale||5:36|
|PRS 2-3||Various||The Greatest Names In Jazz (3xLP, Comp + Box)||Verve Records||PRS 2-3||US||Unknown|
|PR 2-3||Various||The Greatest Names In Jazz (3xLP, Comp, Mono + Box)||Verve Records||PR 2-3||US||Unknown|