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40 MELHORES SOLOS DA HISTÓRIA DO JAZZ

13 novembro 2018


A revista JAZZ TIMES publicou a lista dos 40 solos que mais impressionaram os críticos e músicos de jazz, depois de fazer uma pesquisa vasta e profunda entre eles, que levou vários meses.
O resultado é lucrativo e empolgante, pois engloba artistas de todos os períodos e estilos, incluindo improvisações vocais. É também um bom guia para aqueles que desejam completar suas coleções de discos com o melhor que foi gravado ao longo dos anos.
O músico escolhido com o maior número de solos foi John Coltrane.
A seguir estão os 40 melhores solos de todos os tempos, de acordo com esta pesquisa:
 1  Miles Davis. “So What”. Kind of Blue (Columbia, 1959)
2.   Cannonball Adderley. “Milestones”. Miles Davis. Milestones (Columbia, 1958)
3.   Louis Armstrong. “Potato Head Blues”. Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven. “Potato Head Blues” (OKeh, 1927)
4.   Louis Armstrong. “West End Blues”. Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five. “West End Blues” (OKeh, 1928)
5.   Paul Bley. “All the Things You Are”. Sonny Rollins/Coleman Hawkins . Sonny Meets Hawk! (RCA Victor, 1963) 
6.   Charlie Christian. “Swing to Bop”. Charlie Christian. Various compilations (rec. 1941)
7.   Ornette Coleman. “Chronology”. Ornette Coleman. The Shape of Jazz to Come (Atlantic, 1959)1.  
8.   John Coltrane. “Chasin’ the Trane”. John Coltrane. Coltrane “Live” at the Village Vanguard (Impulse!, 1962)
9.   John Coltrane. “Crescent”. John Coltrane Quartet. Crescent (Impulse!, 1964)
10.  John Coltrane. “Giant Steps”. John Coltrane. Giant Steps (Atlantic, 1960)
11.  John Coltrane. “My Favorite Things”. John Coltrane. My Favorite Things (Atlantic, 1961)
12. John Coltrane. “Resolution” . John Coltrane. A Love Supreme (Impulse!, 1965)
13. John Coltrane. “Transition”. John Coltrane. Transition (Impulse!; rec. 1965, rel. 1970)
14.  Chick Corea. “Matrix”. Chick Corea. Now He Sings, Now He Sobs (Solid State, 1968)
15.  Israel Crosby, “But Not for Me”. Ahmad Jamal. At the Pershing: But Not for Me (Argo, 1958)
16.  Bill Evans, “Come Rain or Come Shine”. Bill Evans Trio. Portrait in Jazz (Riverside, 1960)
17.  Ella Fitzgerald, “How High the Moon”. Ella Fitzgerald. Mack the Knife: Ella in Berlin (Verve, 1960)
18.  Paul Gonsalves. “Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue”. Duke Ellington. Ellington at Newport (Columbia, 1957)
19.  Dexter Gordon. “Cheese Cake” . Dexter Gordon. Go (Blue Note, 1962)
20.    Charlie Haden. “Ramblin’”. Ornette Coleman. Change of the Century (Atlantic, 1960)
21.  Herbie Hancock. “Actual Proof”. Herbie Hancock. Thrust (Columbia, 1974)
22.  Coleman Hawkins. “Body and Soul”. Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra. “Body and Soul” (Bluebird, 1939)
23.  Freddie Hubbard. “Birdlike”. Freddie Hubbard. Ready for Freddie (Blue Note, 1962)
24. Freddie Hubbard. “One Finger Snap”. Herbie Hancock . Empyrean Isles (Blue Note, 1964)
25.  Elvin Jones. “Monk’s Dream”. Larry Young. Unity (Blue Note, 1966)
26.   Rahsaan Roland Kirk. “C Jam Blues”. Charles Mingus. Mingus at Carnegie Hall (Atlantic, 1974)
27.   Pat Metheny. “Bright Size Life”. Pat Metheny. Bright Size Life (ECM, 1976)
28.   Hank Mobley,“Remember”. Hank Mobley. Soul Station (Blue Note, 1960)
29.    Oliver Nelson. “Stolen Moments”. Oliver Nelson. The Blues and the Abstract Truth (Impulse!, 1961) 
30.  Charlie Parker. “Embraceable You”. Charlie Parker Quintet. “Embraceable You” (Dial, rec. 1947)
31.  Charlie Parker. “Just Friends”. Charlie Parker. Charlie Parker With Strings (Verve, rec. 1949)
32.  Charlie Parker. “Ko Ko”. Charlie Parker’s Ri Bop Boys. “Ko Ko” (Savoy, 1945)
33.  Jaco Pastorius. “Donna Lee”.Jaco Pastorius. Jaco Pastorius (Epic, 1976)
34.  Jaco Pastorius.“Havona”. Weather Report. Heavy Weather (Columbia, 1977)
35.   Sonny Rollins. “Blue 7”. Sonny Rollins. Saxophone Colossus (Prestige, 1956)
36.   Sonny Rollins, Sonny Stitt . “The Eternal Triangle”.Dizzy Gillespie/Sonny Rollins/Sonny Stitt. Sonny Side Up (Verve, 1959) 
37.  Wayne Shorter. “On Green Dolphin Street”. Miles Davis. The Complete Live at the Plugged Nickel 1965
38. Lennie Tristano. “Line Up”. Lennie Tristano. Lennie Tristano (Atlantic, 1956)
39. McCoy Tyner. “Passion Dance”. McCoy Tyner. The Real McCoy (Blue Note, 1967)
40.  Sarah Vaughan, Clifford Brown. “September Song”. Sarah Vaughan Sarah Vaughan With Clifford Brown (EmArcy, 1955) 


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CRÉDITOS DO PODCAST # 439

11 novembro 2018

LIDER
EXECUTANTES
TEMAS / AUTORES
GRAVAÇÃO  LOCAL / DATA
GIACOMO GATES
Giacomo Gates (vcl, Jerome Richardson (st), Harold Danko (pi), Rufus Reid (bx) e Akira Tana (bat)
FOUR (Miles Davis)
New York, janeiro/1995
WHERE OR WHEN
(Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers)
KENNY DORHAM, FATS NAVARRO
Kenny Dorham, Fats Navarro (tp), Sonny Stitt (sa), Morris Lane (st), Eddie De Verteuil (sbar), Bud Powell (pi), Al Hall (bx), Kenny Clarke (bat) e Gil Fuller (arranjo)
EVERYTHING'S COOL
(Gil Fuller / Sonny Stitt) 
New York, 6/setembro/1946
FAT BOY (Fats Navarro)
NIELS-HENNING ORSTED PEDERSEN
Renee Rosnes (pi), Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (bx) e Jonas Johansen (bat)
THE SHADOW OF YOUR SMILE
(Johnny Mandel / Paul Francis Webster)
Copenhagen, 28/agosto/1995
KENNY
 (Niels-Pedersen)
MICHAEL DEASE
Michael Dease (tb), Chris Madsen (st), Drew Pierson (pi), Yasushi Nakamura (bx) e Marion Felder (bat)
BLUES FOR JOE 
(Michael Dease)
Brooklyn,NY, 30/set/2005
FULLER UP 
(Chris Madsen)
TERRY GIBBS
Al Porcino, Ray Triscari, Conte Candoli, Stu Williamson, Frank Huggins (tp ), Frank Rosolino, Vern Friley, Bob Edmondson (tb), Joe Maini, Charlie Kennedy (sa), Richie Kamuca, Bill Perkins (st), Jack Nimitz (sbar), Terry Gibbs (vib), Pat Moran (pi), Buddy Clark (bx) Mel Lewis (bat) e Bill Holman (arranjo)
JA DA (Bob Carleton)
Live at "Summit Club", Hollywood, CA, 22/janeiro/1961
DAY IN DAY OUT
 (Rube Bloom / Johnny Mercer)
EMILY REMLER
Hank Jones (pi), Emily Remler (gt), Buster Williams (bx) e Marvin "Smitty" Smith (bat)
BLUES FOR HERB
 (Emily Remler)
New York, maio/1988
HOT HOUSE 
(Tadd Dameron)
STANLEY COWELL
Stanley Cowell (pi), Cheyney Thomas (bx) e Wardell Thomas (bat)
STELLA BY STARLIGHT
(Ned Washington / Victor Young
Live at Copenhagen Jazz House, Dinamarca, 8/abril/1993

P O D C A S T # 4 3 9

09 novembro 2018

EMILY REMLER 


MICHAEL DEASE 
NIELS-HENNING ORSTED PEDERSEN 




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CRÉDITOS DO PODCAST # 438

04 novembro 2018

LIDER
EXECUTANTES
TEMAS / AUTORES
GRAVAÇÃO
LOCAL /DATA
ZOOT SIMS & KENNY DREW
Zoot Sims (st,ssop) acc pelo trio de Kenny Drew (pi), Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (bx) e Alex Riel (bat)
FLOWER WALTZ (Kenny Drew)
Live at, Copenhagen, Dinamarca, 4/Agosto/1978
COME RAIN OR COME SHINE
(Harold Arlen / Johnny Mercer)
FRED (Neal Hefti)
I WONDER WHERE OUR LOVE HAS GONE
(Buddy Johnson)
IN A MELLOW TONE (Duke Ellington)
CARAVAN 
(Duke Ellington / Juan Tizol)
I GOT IT BAD AND THAT AIN'T GOOD
(Duke Ellington)
IT'S ALRIGHT WITH ME (Cole Porter)
SOFTLY AS IN A MORNING SUNRISE
(Oscar Hammerstein II / Sigmund Romberg)
IN THE MIDDLE OF A KISS
 (Sam Coslow)
BLUE HODGE (Gary McFarland)

P O D C A S T # 4 3 8

02 novembro 2018




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