VA - Classic Blue Note  (3 x CD's)
Compiled from both Warner and Universal Music’s extensive catalogues this 3CD collection of Classic Blue Note repertoire features the most iconic performances from the biggest names in the genre. Including the likes of musical legends Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock, Sidney Bechet, Thelonious Monk and many more…
01 Bud Powell Bouncin' With Bud 0:03:04
02 Miles Davis It Never Entered My Mind 0:04:05
03 John Coltrane Blue Train Part 1 0:05:16
04 Johnny Griffin Mil Dew 0:03:55
05 Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers Moanin' 0:09:33
06 Hank Mobley Remember 0:05:41
07 Stanley Turrentine Little Sheri 0:05:40
08 Dexter Gordon Smile 0:03:22
09 Herbie Hancock Watermelon Man 0:07:08
10 Jimmy Smith Prayer Meetin´ 0:05:43
11 Wayne Shorter Black Nile 0:06:28
12 Horace Silver Song for My Father 0:07:18
13 Freddie Hubbard Blue Frenzy 0:03:18
14 Kenny Burrell Midnight Blue 0:04:03
01 Jimmy McGriff Bird Wave 0:04:03
02 Gene Harris & the Three Sounds Black Gold 0:03:27
03 Grant Green Final Come Down 0:03:27
04 Lonnie Smith Twenty Five Miles 0:05:41
05 Donald Byrd Black Byrd 0:07:20
06 Alphonse Mouzon Essence of Mystery 0:05:01
07 Ronnie Foster Mystic Brew 0:04:10
08 Marlena Shaw Woman of the Ghetto 0:08:24
09 Bobby Hutcherson Little Angel 0:03:55
10 Moacir Santos Route 0:03:33
11 Ronnie Laws & Pressure Always There 0:04:53
12 Eddie Henderson Inside You 0:04:52
13 Chico Hamilton Andy´s Walk 0:04:17
14 Noel Pointer Living for the City 0:06:36
15 Earl Klugh Angelina 0:04:53
01 Sidney Bechet Summertime 0:04:10
02 Thelonious Monk Straight No Chaser 0:02:57
03 Clifford Brown Cherokee 0:03:30
04 Sonny Rollins Tune Up 0:05:45
05 Cannonball Adderly Love for Sale 0:07:05
06 Larry Young Moontrane 0:07:20
07 Stanley Jordan The Lady in My Life 0:06:25
08 Dianne Reeves Sky Islands 0:04:43
09 Bobby McFerrin Thinkin' About Your Body 0:03:16
10 Cassandra Wilson I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry 0:04:51
11 Us3 Featuring Rahsaan Cantaloop (Flip Fantasia) 0:04:40
12 Joe Lovano Peggy´s Blue Skylight 0:03:32
13 John Scofield Kool 0:04:49
14 Medeski, Martin, & Wood End of the World Party 0:05:11
15 Ambrose Akinmusire Jaya 0:05:27
16 Jose' Thomas Vanguard 0:04:59
You're welcome Bob Mac.Delete
Thanks for this BB, all back up and running, I don't use Chrome but it might just be a Google thing.ReplyDelete
Enjoy this beautiful set.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Hearing loads of new sounds :-)
Thanks you massively for all your knowledge and hard work.
Thank you caver.Delete
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The Blue Note's Jazz Got Blues - A DOC C-90 Comp.Delete
I am glad you feel comfortable to view your opinion on this post and the others that do not excite you. It is refreshing, however I post what is considered a broad and eclectic sets of music an all genres. You also know that I have uploaded a significant amount of great jazz albums and box sets. Sometimes people do not know what a particular genre has available and I try to offer introductory items as well as serious music to All who visit here. I know you also appreciate that. This site is for everyone and not specific to history of music alone. It is also a fun site that has been growing in popularity since day one.
I am not at all disturbed by your comments and I thank you for opening the discussion for all. Also thank you for The Blue Note's Jazz Got Blues - A DOC C-90 Comp. It is beautiful.
Not my usual thing so a great chance for me to check out classic jazz -- thanks!ReplyDelete
You're welcome Gummo.Delete
It may lead you to explore this genre more.
Totally agree with you Doc. Disco is not my cup of tea, absolutely sure!!! When you don't know how to listen, listen to Blues, everything comes from there, even Jazz, it was John Coltrane who said that. Thanks BB for, you do your best. It's great. PatrickReplyDelete
This site is not a Jazz and Blues site although I offer a lot of it to people. If items posted don't fit a persons liking then I am sure they just leave it alone. You know what I like. Thanks Patrick.
I know a lot of these Blue Notes musicians, don't forget the fantastic "Blue Note" sound engineer, Rudy Van Gelder who propelled all these musicians with the precision of sound, it is absolutely timeless!!!! Thanks BB.ReplyDelete
Here is a link to my Jazz links. You will see how many great albums are here.
Thanks to you Patrick.Delete
Because it is a very important genre I will be trying to post a new Jazz set every Sunday.
I am very attentive to your work, I really like the roots, whether Rock'n'Roll, Rhythm & Blues, Blues & Jazz of course... the 60s (Psychedelic!). I am aware that there is something for everyone, the thanks on the comments, it's on all the blogs... Doc knew that on the blogs he tried to create, didn't he!... So.ReplyDelete
Thanks again BB. Sincerely. Patrick
Thank you PatrickDelete