9 thoughts on “ Parkers Mood - Various - 50 Years Of Jazz And Blues (CD) ”

  1. Apr 12,  · On this unusual album, Roy Hargrove (trumpet, flugelhorn), Christian McBride (bass) and Stephen Scott (piano) pay homage to the father of bebop with a generous set of (mostly) Charlie Parker compositions performed in trio, duet and solo arrangements. These three musicians, all of whom are part of the back-to-bop youth movement and all of whom have made names for themselves as session 8/
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  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Parker's Mood [Giants of Jazz] - Charlie Parker on AllMusic -
  4. 36 Outstanding Jazz Tracks CD 1 Licensed from San Juan Group: The Everest Record Group: 1,2 Tracks ,8,9, are live recordings CD 2 Licensed from San Juan Group: ,
  5. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Charlie Parker All Stars* - Barbados / Parker's Mood at Discogs. Complete your Charlie Parker All Stars* collection.5/5(4).
  6. – The Charlie Parker Quintet: Parker's Mood: Matrix / Runout: TECVAL 01 JAZZ CD 5; Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release Data Correct. Add to Collection Add to Wantlist Remove from Wantlist. Marketplace 0
  7. – Charlie Parker Quartet* Blues: B4 – Charlie Parker With Strings: April In Paris: B5 – Charlie Parker & His Orchestra* An Oscar For Treadwell: B6 – Charlie Parker Quartet* I'm In The Mood For Love: C1 – Charlie Parker Quartet* Now's The Time: C2 – Charlie Parker With Strings: Autumn In New York:
  8. Sep 20,  · That was pure In the year , jazz people aren’t playing anything new. I’m not a fan of jazz, because jazz is no longer musician-made. Jazz is no longer the loft scene. Jazz, right now, is Verve, Blue Note and Warner Bros. Especially Verve, which is like 16 companies now all in one.
  9. Sep 18,  · On this date (September 18) in , saxophonist Charlie Parker recorded the tune “Parker’s Mood” with Miles Davis for a session on Savoy Records in New York City. Also on the track were drummer Max Roach, pianist John Lewis and bassist Curly Russell. “Parker’s Mood,” a slow, thick-as-molasses blues, reveals an unusually soulful side of.

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