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Intimacy Of The Blues (Remastered)
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Intimacy Of The Blues (Remastered)

10 novembre 2008 | Format : MP3

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  • Date de sortie d'origine : 25 octobre 1990
  • Date de sortie: 10 novembre 2008
  • Label: Universal Music Division Classics Jazz
  • Copyright: (C) 1986 Fantasy, Inc.
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  • Durée totale: 41:28
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  • ASIN: B0025818PQ
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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1 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Nicol Daniel le 17 novembre 2009
Format: CD
Excellent disque qui révèle un aspect intime et inconnu de l'oeuvre d'Ellington.Très bonnes prises de son.
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Small-group Ellington late in his career 14 novembre 2005
Par Bomojaz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Duke Ellington, who spent just about every waking moment writing music, loved to assemble his orchestra in recording studios, at his own expense, and try out his musical ideas on the band, making adjustments based on what he heard. (Much of this material was recorded at the time and subsequently issued on CDs.) The first six sides on this CD, which comprise what Duke referred to as THE COMBO SUITE, are of this nature.

Having just returned from a tour of Europe a week earlier, he brought into the studio 8 members of the band to work on some new compositions. The results are very interesting. The title track, which would occasionally be played in later concert appearances, is a nice blues with good solos by Johnny Hodges and Lawrence Brown. OUT SOUTH is a quiet gospel tune, while TELL ME 'BOUT MY BABY is broiling with excellent Cat Anderson on muted trumpet. Paul Gonsalves is featured on the up-tempo NEAR NORTH, and the handsome blues KENTUCKY AVENUE has good solos all around. THE COMBO SUITE is a nice addition to the Ellington repertory, and I'm glad it was recorded that day and brought out by Fantasy 18 years later.

The rest of the material on this CD comes from various sessions in 1970, and some feature Wild Bill Davis on organ. All are small-group recordings; ALL TOO SOON is by a quintet that features Harold Ashby on tenor. JUST A SITTIN' AND A ROCKIN' has Norris Turney playing flute in the part usually played by the whole orchestra as the tenor player (going all the way back to Ben Webster) states the theme. It's a bit of a shock at first, but turns out very classy. This is a most enjoyable CD that Ellington fans should certainly latch on to.
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Excellent Find! 26 juin 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This completely instrumental album was recorded late in Duke's career in two separate styles...the first half with swinging blues numbers and the second with Duke on the organ during some interesting but tasteful jazz numbers. "Intamacy of the Blues", "Kentucky Avenue, A.C.", and "Out South" are three of my favorites...excellent tracks to listen to and rare finds!
Some of Ellington's purest blues compositions 9 décembre 2013
Par Mike Tarrani - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When I first heard this album I was actually dumb stuck. It sounded more like something Basie would have recorded, but the compositions and arrangements definitely have Ellington's imprint.

Listen to the sound samples on this page. The music is incredible, and if nothing else is clear evidence that had Ellington lived to be one hundred his powers would still be incredible. I am not sure what the catalyst behind this album was. He was composing and leading small and medium ensembles during this period, and his output was - as always - thematic.

I especially love the first six tracks, which feature Johnny Hodges and some of Duke's other super stars. Those tracks were recorded in 1967 in a single session at the RCA Studios in NYC on March 15, 1967. The remaining tracks would be put on hold for three years, and the last two would be recorded a mere two months after Hodges passed away.

Tracks 7 through 9 were recorded in Las Vegas on January 7, 1970, and the final two tracks on July 15, 1970 at the National Recording Studio in NYC.

The line-ups are as interesting as the compositions and arrangements. But with Ellington they go hand-in-hand because he always composed for specific musicians. The first session for tracks 1 through 6 the ensemble featured a front line comprised of Cat Anderson on trumpet, Lawrence Brown on trombone, Johnny Hodges on alto sax, Paul Gonsalves on tenor sax and Harry Carney on baritone sax. The rhythm section consisted of Duke on piano, John Lamb on bass and Rufus 'Speedy' Jones on drums.

The Las Vegas session featured a front line made up of Willie Cook on trumpet, Lawrence Brown on trombone, Paul Gonsalves on tenor sax and Wild Bill Davis on organ. The rhythm section has Victor Gaskin and Paul Kondziela replacing Lamb on bass with Duke and Jones on piano and drums.

The final session has Cat Anderson on trumpet (track 11), Paul Gonsalves on tenor sax on track 10 and replaced by Harold Ashby on track 11, Norris Turney on flute on track 10, and Joe Benjamin on bass with Duke on piano and Jones on drums.

If you love the blues Ellington style, and especially Duke in smaller ensembles this is a great album.
Great seldom heard Ellington! 4 juin 2013
Par William Bolande - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This session contains some really lowdown jazz by the Duke. It is refreshing in that it is not played on the airwaves very frequently.
Swinging, Stylish Blues! 28 mai 2013
Par brotagonist - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I had no idea Duke Ellington did this kind of music. What a find! You just have to trust me. These are swinging, stylish blues.
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