Title: Star Highs
Style: Cool Jazz
Format: MP3 FLAC MP2 XM WMA VOC AUD MPC DMF
FLAC size: 1423 mb | MP3 size: 1246 mb | WMA size: 1100 mb
Composed By – Warne Marsh. Composed By – Hank Jones. Engineer – Max Bolleman. Liner Notes – J. Bernlef.
Warne Marsh, Hank Jones, George Mraz, Mel Lewis. Exclusive Prime pricing. Of all, I listen to this the most. Sometimes his approach can be too analytical for some, but in Star Highs, you not only have the amazing improvisational skills, but also an enjoyable album as well. His tone is a little deeper, and more expressive, if you can call it that. Just listen to Sometimes! What feeling! Without a doubt, the most amazing ballad he has ever made! And it sure doesn't hurt to have Hank Jones on piano. Listen to his solo on Sometimes!
The Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra was a jazz big band formed by trumpeter Thad Jones and drummer Mel Lewis in New York in 1965. The band performed for twelve years in its original incarnation, including a 1972 tour of the Soviet Union during the height of the Cold War. The band won a Grammy Award for the album Live in Munich and in 2009 for the album Monday Night Live at the Village Vanguard.
Star Highs is a cool jazz music album recording by WARNE MARSH released in 1982 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Warne Marsh (Ts) Hank Jones (P) George Mraz (B) Mel Lewis (D). About this release. Criss Cross Criss 1002 (Netherlands). Recorded August 14, 1982 in Monster, The Netherlands. Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Berlin 1980 Gambit Spain 2006.
Warne Marsh & Hank Jones & George Mraz & Mel Lewis. Switchboard Joe. Warne Marsh & Hank Jones & George Mraz & Mel Lewis.
Thad Jones, Mel Lewis and UMO (1977) RCA Records – Jones and Lewis with the UMO Jazz Orchestra, Helsinki. Pepper Adams Quintet (Mode, 1957). Critic's Choice (World Pacific, 1957). Ephemera (Spotlite, 1973). With Hank Crawford and Jimmy McGriff. Soul Survivors (Milestone, 1986). First Prize! (Prestige 1967). Live in Germany (Magnetic, 1961, 1992). The Herbie Mann String Album (Atlantic, 1967). Star Highs (Criss Cross Jazz, 1982). Prelude (Prestige, 1963). The Jazz Version of "How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying" (Verve, 1962). Point of Departure (Impulse!, 1963). Tijuana Jazz (Impulse!, 1965).
Other albums by Warne Marsh. Tenor saxophonist Warne Marsh and pianist Hank Jones had not performed together before they met up in the studio to make what would be the second release for the Criss Cross label. With bassist George Mraz and drummer Mel Lewis completing the quartet, plenty of sparks fly between the two lead soloists.
Warne Marsh, Hank Jones, George Mraz & Mel Lewis 1982. Richard Beirach, George Mraz & Jack DeJohnette 1979. You Don't Know What Love Is (with Randy Brecker, George Mraz & Billy Hart). Richie Beirach & Gregor Huebner 2017. Benny Carter, Chris Neville, George Mraz, Kenny Washington & Phil Woods 2002. George Mraz & Peter Donald). John Abercrombie & John Scofield 1982. His album roster includes Jazz (1995), Bottom Lines (1997), Duke's Place (1999), and Morava (2001).
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|Criss 1002||Warne Marsh With Hank Jones, George Mraz And Mel Lewis||Warne Marsh With Hank Jones, George Mraz And Mel Lewis - Star Highs (LP, Album)||Criss Cross Jazz||Criss 1002||Netherlands||1982|
|Criss 1002 CD||Warne Marsh With Hank Jones, George Mraz And Mel Lewis||Warne Marsh With Hank Jones, George Mraz And Mel Lewis - Star Highs (CD, Album, RE)||Criss Cross Jazz||Criss 1002 CD||Netherlands||Unknown|