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  • CD (26 octobre 2007)
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  • Format : Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN : B000UO8BBG
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6 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par frenchjazzfan VOIX VINE le 24 novembre 2007
Format: CD
Un album Hard Bop pur jus où l' on remarque le regretté Max Roach à la batterie et le futur accompagnateur de Lee Morgan, le pianiste Barry Harris. On goûte la finesse du jeu de Thad Jones tout au long du disque. Son sens mélodique brille particulièrement dans les ballades, notamment dans la magnifique version de "If Someone Had Told Me". Par contre, la version mid-tempo de "April in Paris" ne m' a guère convaincu ainsi que les thèmes peu originaux. Un album toutefois recommandable aux amateurs.
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The title tells it all 19 octobre 2007
Par Jazzcat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Here the title tells it all for real, because Thad Jones is no less than Magnificent, here as in every album of his. Thad recorded this one in 1956 with Billy Mitchell (tenor), Barry Harris (piano), Percy Heath (bass), Max Roach (drums), Kenny Burrell (guitar on just one tune, the closing number "Something to remember you by" which is a duet between him and Thad). This album has been available recently only in the expensive japanese edition, but finally Blue Note has released it in the Rudy Van Gelder series. It was a duty because it's an exceptional album. I can't understand how they decided to put it out of print once. Thad plays effortlessy and brilliantly here with a fantastic "classic" sound stating melodies and phrases with an attitude, an easyness and a conviction few could match (or come close to say it better). His melodic sense and his balance in his solos are marvellous. Not to mention his fabolous sound. I really dig Barry Harris's boppish but lovely piano playing (listen closely to him in "I've got a crush on you", an incredible taste). He was on his NY recording debut. Wonderful are the ten minutes of the melodic speeder "Thedia". This is really one of the best albums of the era. A statement of what Jazz refinement is all about. Magnificent. Blue Note, don't ever think to offend Jazz again by putting this one Out Of Print again.
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Essential Bebop Trumpet 30 novembre 2008
Par Transfigured Knight - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I've been a fan of trumpeter Thad Jones for years. I became a bigger fan of his when I heard him on the Count Basie album "The Kansas City 7." For anyone who hasn't heard that recording please pick it up, you won't be sorry. Thad Jones, who is the brother of Elvin Jones and Hank Jones, is probably more known for his collaborations with Mel Lewis, but I have to say that anyone interested in this fine trumpeter should look into his solo recordings. He didn't do that many albums as a leader, but all are worth owning.

"The Magnificent Thad Jones" is my favorite record by him. He assembled a swinging group of musicians: Billy Mitchell on tenor saxophone, Barry Harris on piano, Kenny Burrell on guitar, Percy Heath on bass, and the impeccable Max Roach on drums. This band bops it through 5 tunes and 2 bonus tracks. Not a dull moment here. Highly recommended.
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Magnificently mellow.. 7 juillet 2006
Par Johnny Yen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I can't believe it's taken me this long to get around to Thad Jones. He's not really had a lot of press for his small combo work so I suppose that's why he slipped under the radar. I read good things about this set in Richard Cook's excellent book on the Blue Note label. Cook is spot on when describing Thad's 'big, gorgeous sound'. Listen to his impeccable pacing and note placement on the opener 'April In Paris' and you will be sold on the Jones tone. This track also has very sympathetic support from the incomparable Max Roach using his brushes the way only he can. Not a weak track on this set, good support from Roach, Barry Harris on piano, Percy Heath on bass and the unsung Billy Mitchell on tenor saxophone.

Sound quality on my Japanese Toshiba pressing is top notch. Can't wait to hear his other Blue Note work 'Detroit-New York Junction'.
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"Magnificent" is true. 30 avril 2009
Par Gaylen Halbert - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I listen to and own a lot of jazz albums, especially from the era this was recorded. This is an exceptionally good CD and well worth the purchase for any serious collector of jazz.
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Exemplary, textbook trumpet playing yet riveting and emotional 30 avril 2010
Par Samuel Chell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
When asked about some of the noteworthy living trumpet players in a Down Beat interview, Miles Davis was quick to dismiss practically all of them (by name, which I'll refrain from repeating), with the exception of Thad Jones. The endorsement was all the more remarkable at the time, since Thad was primarily thought of, by many observers of the music, as the guy sitting next to Joe Newman in the Basie Band. But listening to a recording such as this is conclusive proof of Miles' good taste as well as a bit of a puzzler: why didn't Thad assume a more central role in the '50s and early '60s--especially given, in addition to his undeniable playing facility and inventiveness, his talents as composer-arranger? Once Diz, Miles and Clifford are accounted for, the focus on major modern mainstream players of the day is pretty much restricted to Donald Byrd, Lee Morgan, and Freddie Hubbard.

Not that any of the three is undeserving, and not that Thad was the only comparatively neglected trumpet great during this time (Jack Sheldon was launching shooting stars on the West Coast, and Kenny Dorham and Bill Hardman on the East--though far too infrequently in the recording studio, at least as featured players). Listen to "April in Paris" or "I'll Remember April" (collected on "The Fabulous Thad Jones") again--even if you think you've heard enough of either spring tone-poem from Basie, Bird, Clifford, Errol, Red Rodney. Thad's versions of both April tributes is closer to the composers' intentions--a trembling spring wind giving birth, then bringing life to, the nascent new season--than any other (though Johnny Hartman's vocal interpretation of "I'll Remember April" comes close) that comes to mind. In fact, his solo emulates the creative spirit responsible for the season as much as it expresses the celebrant --listen for the careful attention to dynamics, the employment of circular breathing to a wholly musical end, the very design of the solo, which is less about performance than creating a thing of beauty. There are no extra dramatics, gratuitous high notes, calculated climaxes--the creator has identified so completely with his creation that separating the two is difficult and quite beside the point.

In some respects, this is one of the most valuable of the RVG remasters. Rather than mere audio tweaking of a familiar recording, it rescues one of the most valuable sessions of the time (1956, the year of Brownie's death) and incorporates two absolutely breath-taking tracks that were excluded from the original LP. Perhaps both tunes--Gershwin's "I've Got a Crush on You" and the undeniably sentimental "Something to Remember You By"--were considered too "square" at the time of the recording. But Thad employs circular breathing along with the purest tone of any jazz player to breathe new life into both numbers (without question, he had to have been influenced by the phrasing of Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey). Billy Mitchell, another underrated member of the Basie sax section, provides flawless front-line assistance throughout; Barry Harris, as yet to make an impression outside the Detroit area, is equally sensitive; finally, Max Roach, who could be all speed, fire and thunder with Bird and later Brownie, is especially restrained and tasteful on this occasion.

Intended or not, "Magnificence" is a word particularly appropriate to a musician like Thad. Its close etymological cousin is the word "Magnificat," which is a liturgical canticle also known as the "Song of Mary." It's enough to make you wonder if someone at the time of this recording had an intimation that this Detroit trumpet player would some day compose a song that would, like Duke's "Come Sunday," become a jazz standard, which in turn would become a modern-day hymn. More remarkably, "A Child Is Born" is without question the only Christmas Magnificat to have arisen from an indigenous African-American music once consigned, along with its practitioners, to the worshippers of Satan.
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