Cherry Deep in a Dream You Are My Lucky Star -- vocal Until the Real Thing Comes Along -- vocal
Chart of My Heart [blues exit music with running credits]
Note: LaFaro solos briefly on 'Chart of My Heart'.
Richie Kamuca Quintet with Ruth Price [Video recording] Los Angeles: KABC studios, 7 April 1958. 1 videocassette of 1 (VHS format) 1/2 inch ; 30 min. run time ; sound ; black and white. This video cassette is a copy of an unknown source, possibly another video cassette. (Stars of Jazz (1956-1958) [series] Program # 14).
Running credits: Peter Robinson, executive producer Jimmie Baker, producer Hap Weyman, director Gene Lukowski, technical director Vince Cilurzo, lighting Chuck Lewis, audio Noble Moore, video Jack Denton, camera Sal Folino, camera George Smith, art director Roger L. Monson, background projectionist Bob Arbogast, annotations
Performers: Richie Kamuca, tenor saxophone and leader Frank Rosolino, trombone Scott LaFaro, bass Victor Feldman, piano Stan Levey, drums Ruth Price, vocals
Scott LaFaro - The Alchemy Of Scott LaFaro (1995) [1959-1961] FLAC 417mb [tracks] no EAC, CUE | MP3 320kbps 168mb | Covers, Info | Play Time 1:14:05 Label: Sarabandas SRL | 1995
Freddie Hubbard, Art Pepper, Don Cherry, Eric Dolphy, Ornette Coleman, Bill Evans, Eddie Costa, Victor Feldman, Ed Blackwell, Charlie Haden, Gunther Schuller, Mel Lewis, Paul Motian, Marty Paich, Mel Lewis, George Duvivier, Jimmy Giufrfre, Jim Hall... Scott LaFaro's mastery of his chosen instrument began after his 1954 graduation from high school. Although he played bass only six years, LaFaro remains a beacon for jazz bassists.
01. Too Close For Comfort (Bock-Weiss) 03:48 02. I've Never Been In Love Before (Loesser) 04:15 03. Time Remembered (Evans) 06:24 04. Jade Vision (take one) (LaFaro) 04:08 05. Variants On A Theme Of Thelonious Monk (Criss Cross) (Monk) 15:25 06. C. & D. (Coleman) 13:11 07. First Take (Coleman) 17:04 08. The Alchemy Of Scott LaFaro (Coleman)09:50
Waltz For Ruth Our Spanish Love Song Message to a Friend Two For the Road First Song Moon Is a Harsh Mistress, The Precious Jewel, The He's Gone Away Moon Song, The Tears of Rain Cinema Paradiso (Love Theme) Cinema Paradiso: Main Theme Spiritual
Charlie Haden . bass Pat Metheny . acoustic & electric guitars, various instruments
Burghausen, Germany 2003, Wackerhalle Internationale Jazzwoche Burghausen 2003.05.07
Track Listing 01. North to South, East to West 02. Song For the Boys 03. Improvisation on the Picasso Guitar 04. Waltz For Ruth 05. Our Spanish Love Song 06. First Song 07. The Moon is a Harsh Mistress 08. Message to a Friend 09. The Precious Jewel 10. Two For the Road 11. Farmer's Trust 12. Blues For Pat 13. Cinema Paradiso
Pat Metheny, guitars, 42-string guitar Charlie Haden, acoustic bass
Charlie Haden & Pat Metheny “The Missouri Sky Duets” North Sea Jazz Festival Nederlands Congres Centrum, PWA Zaal The Hague, Holanda , 13 de Julio de 2002.
Tracks Introduction Last Train Home (Pat Metheny) Into The Dream (Pat Metheny) Waltz For Ruth (Charlie Haden) Our Spanish Love Song (Charlie Haden) First Song (Charlie Haden) The Moons Is A Harsh Mistress (Jim Webb) Message To A Friend (Pat Metheny) The Precious Jewel (Roy Acuff) Farmer’s Trust (Pat Metheny) Two For The Road (Henry Mancini) Charlie’s remarks Blues For Pat (Charlie Haden) Lonely Woman (Horace Silver)
Pat Metheny & Charlie Haden »Missouri Sky Duets« recorded live on May 4th, 2003 at the Off Beat Festival, Basel, Switzerland
In February 1997 Charlie Haden and Pat Metheny, both Missouri natives and best friends, joined forces for Beyond the Missouri Sky, a mostly acoustic duet album. All of the tunes were recorded as duets for acoustic bass and guitar, and on roughly half of the tunes, Metheny overdubbed some "orchestral" backgrounds on synclavier or an additional acoustic guitar part. But these additions simply add texture and shading, and do not overplay the primary voices of the bass and guitar.
In 2005 the two musicians embarked on a "Missouri Sky Duets" tour of Europe and beyond where they performed songs from their album at a number of festivals and other concert venues. This FM recording is from the performance at the Off Beat Festival in Basel, Switzerland.
1. The Moon is a harsh Mistress 2. Message to a Friend 3. The precious Jewel 4. The Calling 5. Two for the Road 6. Farmer's Trust 7. Blues for Pat
Pat Metheny - guitars Charlie Haden - double-bass
FM recording -> FLAC | ~133 + 91 MB :: The Missouri Sky Duets :: see comments
1. Blues For D.P. (R.Carter) 10:01 2. My Romance (R.Rodgers) 7:18 3. Airgin (S.Rollins) 6:39 4. Quiet Times (R.Carter) 4:56 5. Summertime (Gershwin-Heyward) 8:22 6. I Fall in Love Too Easily (Cahn-Styne) 6:21 7. For Toddlers Only (R.Carter) 4:37 8. Sweet Lorraine (Paris-Burwell)
Recording Date: January 4-5, 1994
Ron Carter - bass Herb Ellis - guitar Kenny Barron - piano
As a lead instrument in jazz, the acoustic bass was in many ways liberated by Paul Chambers, and paved the way for many others to follow. Though Pops Foster, Jimmy Blanton and Ray Brown also deserve credit, Chambers was allowed to put his bass on top, become a leader in his own right, and play lead melodies with a clear, ringing, well enunciated tone. 1st Bassman is anchored by rising stars from Detroit such as Yusef Lateef, Curtis Fuller, and adopted (from Pittsburgh) car city resident Chambers, with trumpeter Tommy Turrentine, pianist Wynton Kelly, and drummer Lex Humphries evenly balancing the session. Interestingly enough, it was recorded not in New York or the Motor City, but Chicago. Lateef wrote all of the material, save for Cannonball Adderley's slow jam "Who's Blues?" which was included only on the CD re-release. The emphasis on the compositions of Lateef all display a spare construct, rearing the horns to a marginal level except for solos, allowing Chambers to take care of business and control the shaping of the melodies, with little unison play involved. The small horn inserts of "Melody" give sway to the big bass strut of Chambers, with solos from Turrentine's stoic trumpet, Lateef's advanced tenor, and Fuller's wanton but mushy trombone included. "Bass Region" is even more spare, a one note horn punctuation setting up lengthy solos. The slightly dour post-bopper "Retrogress" gives Kelly's piano his due diligence, "Mopp Shoe Blues" completely offers Chambers his freedom to work out, and the ballad "Blessed" features the arco bowed bass of the leader in a mournful mood, brightened up by the effervescent and hopeful flute of the brilliant Lateef. This CD and its companion piece Go complement the preceding Blue Note sessions, comprising a small but potent body of work that few bassists have produced in modern jazz. If you are a student or lover of jazz bass, the complete Paul Chambers Vee Jay sessions, of which this is one, belongs in your home. By Michael G. Nastos, All Music Guide.
Paul Chambers - Bass Yusef Lateef - Tenor Sax Lex Humphries - Drums Curtis Fuller - Trombone Wynton Kelly - Piano Tommy Turrentine - Trumpet
01. Melody (Lateef) 4:11 02. Bass Region (Lateef) 10:38 03. Retrogress (Lateef) 3:33 04. Mopp Shoe Blues (Lateef) 6:08 05. Blessed (Lateef) 7:07 06. Who's Blues (Adderley) 8:26
01 Cream (Prologue) (P.Mikkelborg) 3:32 02 Tango Jalousie (J.Gode) 9:07 03 Lullabye-Bye (P.Mikkelborg) 7:55 04 Spørge-Jørgen (K.Rosenberg) 3:56 05 Det Haver Så Nyeligen (Traditional) 3:50 06 Lost in the Stars (K.Weill) 5:25 07 J.P. (Pedersen-Bach) 3:05 08 That Old Black Magic (Arlen-Mercer) 5:13 09 September Song (Epilogue) (K.Weill) 3:20
Recorded in Copenhagen, on August 17, 1990
Palle Mikkelborg - trumpet, flugelhorn, keyboards, piano Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen - bass Lennart Gruvstedt - drums Mehmet Ozan - percussion Ole Kock Hansen - keyboards (2) Thomas Clausen - keyboards (6) Helen Davies - harp Jan Kohlin - trumpet Palle Bolvig - trumpet
Marc Johnson: bass Bill Frisell: electric and acoustic guitars Pat Metheny: electric and acoustic guitars, 43-string Pikasso guitar Joey Baron: drums, tambourine
01. Faith in You (5:53) 02. Ghost Town (5:35) 03. Summer Running (5:55) 04. With my Boots On (4:24 ) 05. Union Pacific (5:29) 06. Porch Swing (4:11) 07. Dingy-Dongy Day (3:51) 08. The Adventures of Max and Ben (6:07) 09. In A Quiet Place (5:17) 10. For A Thousand Years (6:28)
Personnel Charles Mingus : Bass George Adams : Tenor sax Jack Walrath : Trumpet Don Pullen : Piano Dannie Richmond : Drums
Jackie Paris : guest Vocalist Marcus Belgrave : Trumpet
Recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, on December 27, 28, & 30, 1974 Originally released on Atlantic (1677-1678 , 1975)
Changes One 1. Remember Rockefeller at Attica 2. Sue's Changes 3. Devil Blues 4. Duke Ellington's Sound of Love Changes Two 1. Free Cell Block F, 'Tis Nazi U.S.A. (LP Version) 2. Orange Was The Color Of Her Dress, Then Silk Blue (LP Version) 3. Black Bats And Poles (LP Version) 4. Duke Ellington's Sound Of Love (LP Version) (for Changes Two) 5. For Harry Carney (LP Version)
01 - Montmarte Blues 02 - Back In Paradise 03 - Why Not? That's What! 04 - Willow Weep For Me 05 - My Little Cello 06 - Straight Ahead 07 - Two Little Pearls 08 - Blue Brothers 09 - There Will Never Be Another You 10 - Laverne Walk
Oscar Pettiford - bass Jan Johansson - piano Louis Hjulmand - vibraphone Allan Botschinsky - trumpet