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Clarinet Summit - Alvin Batiste / Jimmy Hamilton / John Carter / David Murray - In Concert At The Public Theater Volumes I/II mp3 download

Clarinet Summit - Alvin Batiste / Jimmy Hamilton / John Carter  / David Murray - In Concert At The Public Theater Volumes I/II mp3 download Performer: Clarinet Summit
Album: In Concert At The Public Theater Volumes I/II
Released: 1991
Style: Avant-garde Jazz, Bop, Swing
Size MP3: 1968 mb.
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Hamilton was born in Dillon, South Carolina, and grew up in Philadelphia. Having originally learned to play piano and brass instruments, in the 1930s he started playing the latter in local bands, before switching to clarinet and saxophone. In 1939 he played with Lucky Millinder, Jimmy Mundy, and Bill Doggett, going on to join the Teddy Wilson sextet in 1940. After two years with Wilson, he played with Eddie Heywood and Yank Porter. In 1943, he replaced Barney Bigard in the Duke Ellington orchestra, and stayed with Ellington until 1968  . In Concert at the Public Theater (1984). Southern Bells (1987).

David Murray and the Gwo-Ka Masters. David Murray – tenor saxophone, bass clarinet Guy Konket- lead vocals Klod Kiavue- congas, ka-drums, vocals Philippe Makala- ka-drum, vocals Omar Kabir– trumpet Jaribu Shahid – bass Hamid Drake – drums. The Magic Triangle Jazz Series welcomes back the much lauded and highly acclaimed tenor saxophonist and bass clarinetist, David Murray. He remains the most formidable tenor soloist of his generation, concludes The Penguin Guide to Jazz  . The album that they produced, Yonn-De (Justin Time), fuses the power of gwo-ka (indigenous drumming and chanting) with the bite and polish of a jazz ensemble.

John Hamilton скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве, либо слушайте песню John Hamilton - Wait, John Hamilton - I've Just Seen a Face, John Hamilton - Run for Your Life, John Hamilton - Norwegian Wood, Big John Hamilton & Doris Reed - A Place In My Heart, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. Alvin Batiste with John Carter, Clarinet Summit, Jimmy Hamilton, David Murray – Fluffy's Blues. Paul Kuhn with John Clayton & Jeff Hamilton – Almost the Blues. John Lewis – Two Degrees East, Three Degrees West (1957).

JIMMY HAMILTON is a swing music artist. Thanks to silent way, snobb, js for the updates.

The Clarinet Summit, Alvin Batiste, John Carter, Jimmy Hamilton, David Murray. The Clarinet Summit, Alvin Batiste, John Carter, Jimmy Hamilton, David Murray - Southern Bells ‎(CD, Album). Let Me Rest At The End Of My Journey/Isle Of Golden Dreams ‎(7", Single).

George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Eliza Hamilton, and lifelong Hamilton friend and foe, Aaron Burr, all attend this revolutionary tale of America’s fiery past told through the sounds of the ever-changing nation we’ve become. All fees are waived for Public Theater Members and Partners. Plays, titles, actors, directors, programs, venues, and performance dates and times are subject to change.

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Clarinet Summit, Alvin Batiste, David Murray, John Carter, Jimmy Hamilton. The Clarinet Summit, Alvin Batiste, John Carter, Jimmy Hamilton, David Murray. Centennial One Featuring the 1980 Southern University Jazz Ensemble With Alvin Batiste.

Tracklist

1 Introduction 3:30
2 Groovin' High 2:33
3 The Jeep's Blues 5:14
4 Mood Indigo 2:06
5 Night Mist Blue 2:06
6 Waltz A Minute 1:11
7 Creole Love Call 2:58
8 Honeysuckle Rose 7:48
9 Sweet Lovely 5:59
10 Sticks And Bones 6:40
11 Solo And Ballad For Four Clarinets 12:45
12 The Washington Square Park Episode 6:52
13 Clariflavors 17:01

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – India Navigation Company
  • Copyright (c) – India Navigation Company
  • Recorded At – Martinson Hall

Credits

  • Artwork By – Mark K. Morse
  • Bass Clarinet – David Murray
  • Clarinet [B-Flat] – Alvin Batiste, Jimmy Hamilton
  • Clarinet [B-Flat], Liner Notes – John Carter
  • Coordinator [Concert] – Nancy Weiss
  • Engineer – Steve Cellum
  • Liner Notes – Stanley Crouch
  • Producer – Bob Cummins
  • Product Manager [Concert] – Joseph Papp

Notes

Recorded live in Spring 1981 at the Public Theatre, NY

from backcover:
This CD consists of the concert performance previously released on two LPs, Volumes I and II.
'Satin Doll', the solo introduction to "Clariflavors" and applause between some selections have been omitted in order to meet the CD time limit.

Track 7 is spelled incorrectly on this release, the published title is listed in its place.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: U.S. OPTICAL DISC IN 1062 CD <02>