Title: 10. Amateur Jazz Festival
Style: Contemporary Jazz, Post Bop, Dixieland
Format: MP3 FLAC TTA XM MP1 MOD AC3 VOC WMA
FLAC size: 1140 mb | MP3 size: 1190 mb | WMA size: 1543 mb
Various – 4. Österreichisches Amateur Jazz Festival. Label: Philips – P 14 438 L. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Alto Saxophone – Günther Klein, Ted EvansBaritone Saxophone – Robert Schneider (10)Bass – Georg SmelikDrums – Helmut SchneeweißGuitar – Gerd BienertPiano – Alex HumphreyTenor Saxophone – Franz Eckerl, Herbert KollerTrombone – Adalbert Lenz, Christian Sedlar, Heinz CzadekTrumpet – Erich Gaebelein, Ernst Dvorzak, Gardy Circus, Harry Holiczek, Manfred – Neal Hefti, Evans.
In a sense, the jazz supergroup heard on the album - saxist Joshua Redman, cornetist Ron Miles, bassist Scott Colley and drummer Brian Blade - is paying tribute to a tribute: Old and New Dreams, a quartet of Coleman associates, including Redman’s father Dewey, that performed music written and inspired by their trailblazing maestro in the Seventies and Eighties
The 2017 festival ranged from young musicians playing traditional jazz, free improvisation from the Glasgow Improvisers' Orchestra and Fela Kuti's great drummer Tony Allen presenting a splendid tribute to Art Blakey. 2018 should be no less vibrant. Various venues, Glasgow, Wed 20–Sun 24 Jun 2018.
Another year, another argument over whether the Montreal International Jazz Festival is really a jazz festival at all. Ian Anderson’s sold-out commemoration of Jethro Tull’s 50th anniversary (July 7, Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier of Place des Arts) and a multi-artist tribute to the Beatles’ White Album (Number 9, July 2 at Cinquième Salle of Place des Arts) provide ammunition for the finger-wagging traditionalists. But the presence of Herbie Hancock (July 2, Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier), the Preservation Hall Jazz Band (July 3, Maison symphonique), Chano Domínguez paying tribute to Miles Davis with his.
Almost 60 years old, Reno Jazz Festival is not your normal festival experience. Focussed on education, the festival welcomes students, educators and professional musicians to the University of Nevada for showcases, jam sessions, competitions and awards. When & Where: 26-28 April 2018, Reno, Nevada. New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Headliners (2017): Stevie Wonder, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Snoop Dogg. Possibly the most famous jazz festival anywhere takes place in the most musical place on Earth.
Kyoto Jazz Massive have been the centre of acid jazz in Japan for ten years as a musical unit, even longer as DJs. This collection on kindred spirits Jazzanovas Compost label collects straight-up tracks, remixes and tributes to the Massive, spread out over two discs. In a nutshell, disc one is just okay, whereas disc two takes more chances and is worth the price of admission. Quantics mix of "The Brightness of These Days is a killer start to the first disc, a meticulous composed but funky summation of the KJMs sensibility. After that, the Rhodes and rides take over
Eltham Jazz, Food and Wine Festival, February – When it comes to the Victoria jazz festival scene, Wangaratta tends to hog all the attention, but the Melbourne suburb of Eltham puts on a worthy show – with an emphasis on local eats to boot. Expect a warm welcome, a relaxed atmosphere and three stages hosting mostly Aussie acts, plus plenty of fun diversions for the kids.
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|A1||–New Orleans Wild Cats||Organ Grinders Swing
Written-By – Mills*, Parish*, Hudson*
|A2||–Pierre-Jomini-Quartett||I'll Take Romance
Written-By – Oakland*, Hammerstein*
|A3||–Hot Peppers||Take The «A»-Train
Written-By – Billy Strayhorn
Written-By – Quincy Jones
Written-By – Barber*, Robert*, W. De Paris*
Written-By – André Hager , Benny Golson
- Alto Saxophone – Roger Zufferey (tracks: A3)
- Banjo – Helmuth Fischer (tracks: B2)
- Baritone Saxophone – Alain Decoppet (tracks: B1), Jean-Louis Zürcher (tracks: A3)
- Bass – Arnold Hofmänner (tracks: A3), Eric Troester (tracks: A2), Fritz Rüegg (tracks: B2), Georges Fürrer* (tracks: A1), Markus Hoffmann (tracks: B3), Richard Ogey (tracks: B1)
- Clarinet – Michel Bard (tracks: A3), Alfred Tabis Bachmann* (tracks: B2)
- Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jean-Paul Augsburger (tracks: A1)
- Cornet – Michel Robert (tracks: B2)
- Drums – Daniel Maurer (tracks: A3), Gerry Ceccaroni (tracks: B2), Hans Schmid (tracks: A2, B1), Pierre Bouru (tracks: A1), Rolf Bänninger (tracks: B3)
- Guitar – Michel Goetschmann (tracks: A3)
- Piano – André Hager (tracks: B3), Jean Bionda* (tracks: A1), Paul Thommen (tracks: A2, B1), Pierre Losego (tracks: A3), Walter Günthardt (tracks: B2)
- Producer – André Berner
- Soprano Saxophone – Jacques Schmitt (tracks: A3)
- Tenor Saxophone – Bernard Wydler (tracks: B1), Henri Freivogel (tracks: B3), Pierre Jomini (tracks: A2, B1), Pierre Maire (tracks: A3)
- Trombone – Edmond Meylan (tracks: B1), Fred De Coulon (tracks: A1), Lamm Geiger (tracks: B2)
- Trumpet – Francis Bonjour (tracks: A1), Hans Kennel (tracks: B3), Serge Wintsch (tracks: B1)
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