terça-feira, 16 de abril de 2013
Live 2009 Jazz Festival Vitoria-Gastetz
his 90 minute star-studded DVD captures premiere bassist/composer/producer Stanley Clarke as the frontman in his third annual Stanley Clarke Scholarship Concert. Recorded at the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, California, in 2002, the DVD captures performances that range from straight-ahead jazz to full-tilt rock fusion to twenty-two-piece string arrangements - all on one stage, all in a single night! The all-star guest list includes: Stevie Wonder, Wallace Roney, Bela Fleck, Sheila E., Stewart Copeland, Flea, Wayman Tisdale, Marcus Miller, and many more. Bass virtuoso Stanley Clarke, rose to prominence in the 1970s and took the bass in entirely new and different directions in the early years of his career, both as a solo artist and as a founding member of Return To Forever. Artists: Stanley Clarke, Stevie Wonder (11,12), Wallace Roney, Bela Fleck, Sheila E., Stewart Copeland, Flea, Wayman Tisdale, Marcus Miller, Lenny White, Brian Bromberg, Bunny Brunel,Karen Briggs,Gerry brown and many others. Tracks: 1. The Floor 2. Wild Dog 3. Goodbye Porkpie Hat 4. Song To John 5. The Lochs Of Dread 6. Why Wait 7. Frequent Flyer 8. Anna Mae 9. Theme From Boyz `N The Hood 10. Big Jam 11. Every Day I Have The Blues 12. Giant Steps 13. School Days
Chick Corea - Piano, Synthesizer Stanley Clarke - Double Bass and Bass Guitar Lenny White - Drums, Percussion Al Di Meola - Guitar
Jacques Loussier Play Bach Trio - Jazzwoche Burghausen 2007 DVD - http://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.... - Präludium Nr. 1 C-dur - Pastorale c-moll - Air - Brandenburgisches Konzert Nr. 5 D-dur, 1. Satz - Brandenburgisches Konzert Nr. 5 D-dur, 2. Satz - Brandenburgisches Konzert Nr. 5 D-dur, 3. Satz - Gymnopédie Nr. 1 - Boléro - Cembalokonzert D-dur, 3. Satz Jacques Loussier - piano Dunoyer de Segonzac - bass André Arpino - drums
Encontro de mestres.
Loving portrait of Dizzy and his crack band performing at Lincoln Center in 1982. - In 1982, the master showman Dizzy Gillespie performed at Lincoln Center with his celebrated Dream Band, which brought together master musicians who had played with Dizzy or been influenced by him. Driven by the stellar drums of Max Roach, the Dream Band is on fire and Dizzy is fine form. Including amazing turns from Gerry Mulligan, Gillespie protg John Faddis, Milt Jackson, Paquito DiRiviera, Candido and more, this film shares some of the backstage love and respect the players had for Diz. The concert itself is filmed beautifully with many close ups of the players and their instruments, as well as catching the love and humor of Dizzy.
Billy Cobham´s Culture Mix is a celebration of the universality of jazz. This is a dynamic and refreshingly original combo, each of whose members come from a different country - and the standard of musicianship and imaginative improvisation is at the highest level. On tour with master drummer Billy Cobham are the Danish guitarist Per Gade, Göteborg based Spanish pianist Marcos Ubeda, German bassist Stefan Rademacher, and, from Trinidad, steel drummer Junior Gill.
Diana Krall - Live at Union Station- Toronto 2004.
Pat Metheny & Charlie Haden - Live in Burghausen, Germany, 2003 Burghausen, Germany Wackerhalle Internationale Jazzwoche Burghausen Charlie Haden / Pat Metheny Pat Metheny, guitars, 42-string guitar Charlie Haden, acoustic bass
Drummer extraordinaire Max Roach and his band recorded live at Washinton DC's famous Blues Alley in 1981. - This 1981 live show at Washington DC's famous Blues Alley features drummer extraordinaire Max Roach and his band. Filmed lovingly by filmmaker Gary Keys, this intimate portrait of Roach is stunning in its simplicity. The music and interplay between the musicians is the main focus, almost like the camera is eavesdropping on a private jam session. The band sounds full and fierce, the film crisp and personal, every note a celebration.
domingo, 7 de abril de 2013
Tbilisi Jazz Festival 2012 Concert and Jam Session Related video: Short Documentary about Beka Gochiashvili
Kenny Barron: Piano Kiyoshi Kitagawa: Bass Brian Blade: Drums