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9 thoughts on “ Introduction by Leonard Feather - Bud Powell - Bebop

  • Tonos
    04.04.2020 at 09:11
    Dec 23,  · Bud Powell (p), Ray Brown (b), Osie Johnson (ds) Album:" The Bud Powell Trio / Blues in the Closet " Recorded:New York City, September, Reply
  • Zolorg
    08.04.2020 at 23:44
    Jazz Unlimited for Sunday, January 7, will be “The Bebop Hot House.” The bebop style, which flowered in the hot house of the mid ’s burst on the scene with harmony, velocity and. Reply
  • Tojagrel
    13.04.2020 at 19:56
    Bud Powell's style as a jazz musician naturally contains the nervous tension that is a part of his being. At times this tension will break through the outward glitter of his attack, taking away something of its directional sense. However, although inconsistent, Bud in full form has been the greatest piano soloist of the post-Minton era. Reply
  • Nikojind
    10.04.2020 at 12:44
    "Glass Enclosure" (occasionally "The Glass Enclosure") is a composition by jazz pianist Bud Powell. The first recording was Powell's version for Blue Note Records in , which was released as part of the album The Amazing Bud Powell, Vol. 2 the following year. It was also released as one side of a single, with "I Want to Be Happy".Genre: Jazz. Reply
  • Nikozragore
    10.04.2020 at 13:35
    St. Elmo Sylvester Hope (June 27, – May 19, ) was an American jazz pianist, composer, and arranger, chiefly in the bebop and hard bop genres. He grew up playing and listening to jazz and classical music with Bud Powell, and both were close friends . Reply
  • Tojalabar
    13.04.2020 at 21:24
    The Fabulous Fats Navarro, Volume 2, a Compilation of songs by Fats Navarro. Released in March on Blue Note (catalog no. BLP ; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Bebop. Featured peformers: Fats Navarro (trumpet), Alfred Lion (producer), Rudy Van Gelder (remastering), Reid Miles (cover design), Francis Wolff (photography), Leonard Feather (liner notes)/5(2). Reply
  • Dairisar
    08.04.2020 at 02:43
    In keeping with the recent series of piano transcriptions, I've been working on Bud Powell's solo on "Cherokee" from Jazz Giant ().I first heard this arrangement during my senior year of high school; my friend Luke Celenza recorded a version of Powell's arrangement that used the chromatic voice leading in the A sections and a slower waltz during the bridge (a nod to Ahmad Jamal's arrangement). Reply
  • Nataxe
    12.04.2020 at 08:41
    Apr 02,  · The Madness of Bud Powell. By David Hajdu. (The critic and impresario Leonard Feather, who had produced some of Carroll’s early recordings, describing her “as the first girl to play bebop. Reply
  • Maukus
    13.04.2020 at 14:13
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