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Bird & Chet - Live At The Trade Winds 1952 CD, Import

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  • CD (28 janvier 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Fresh Sound
  • ASIN : B0002FH9P2
  • Autres versions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Par yozo le 11 décembre 2011
Format: CD Achat vérifié
version live
rencontre bird & chet
une antholigie indispensable dommage que l'enregistrement soit si cours
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HASH(0x94b77a8c) étoiles sur 5 A wonderful discovery 20 juin 2012
Par Mike Tarrani - Publié sur Amazon.com
If you love jazz, Bird, Chet or all of the above then I am fairly certain that you will agree that this is a gem. It was discovered in San Diego not too many years ago, and despite being an informal recording, the sound is not terrible. To be sure, it is also not audiophile quality, but a die hard fan like myself will make allowances.

What impresses me most about this album is the pure white hot energy by the ensemble. This isn't the Chet Baker of ballads, but a man possessed and spurred on by the rest of the band. Sonny Criss holds his own with Bird, but there is no mistaking who the master of alto is when Parker does come in on his horn.

This is an informally taped jam session at the Trade Winds in Inglewood (a Los Angeles suburb). It was recorded by an avid music enthusiast named Bob Andrews of nearby Orange County. Andrews made the tape at the behest of the bassist in this session, Harry Babasin, in June 1952. These informal albums tend to be sold under different titles at different prices, and this one is no exception. It is also available as Bird and Chet At the Trade Winds at a lower price.

The line-up is Charlie Parker and Sonny Criss (alto saxophone), Chet Baker (trumpet), Al Haig (piano), Harry Babasin (double bass) and Larance Marable (drums). This album captured the second set (Bird was late arriving), and probably would have been forever lost to history had it not surfaced in San Diego in 1990. The sound is surprisingly good for an amateur recording, and the music, as I stated above, is full of energy. For me stumbling across this record is serendipitous and I do not take it for granted - it gets a lot of play time, especially when I am in my car.
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HASH(0x94b8a330) étoiles sur 5 A piece of history 25 avril 2012
Par Mike Tarrani - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is an informally taped jam session at the Trade Winds in Inglewood (a Los Angeles suburb). It was taped by an amateur music enthusiast (Bob Andrews of nearby Orange County) at the behest of the bassist - Harry Babasin. The session took place in June 1952.

What impresses me most about this album is the pure white hot energy by the ensemble. This isn't the Chet Baker of ballads, but a man possessed and spurred on by the rest of the band. Sonny Criss holds his own with Bird, but there is no mistaking who the master of alto is when Parker does come in on his horn.

The line-up is Charlie Parker and Sonny Criss (alto saxophone), Chet Baker (trumpet), Al Haig (piano), Harry Babasin (double bass) and Larance Marable (drums). This album captured the second set (Bird was late arriving), and probably would have been forever lost to history had it not surfaced in San Diego in 1990. The sound is surprisingly good for an amateur recording, and the music, as I stated above, is full of energy. For me stumbling across this record is serendipitous and I do not take it for granted - it gets a lot of play time, especially when I am in my car.

While this album doesn't rank up there with other discoveries like the Town Hall, New York City, June 22, 1945 or At Carnegie Hall concerts, it is still not only an important document of Parker in California in the early 1950s, but also a glimpse into the still developing Chet Baker's playing. And the music itself is a joy to behold.
HASH(0x94b2acd8) étoiles sur 5 Hot Sax, Cold Everything Else 6 mai 2016
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The sax playing on this album is really hot but unfortunately that is the only bright spot. The other musicians are either lackluster or barely audible do to the quality of the recording. I love listening to Charlie play the sax but this won't get a lot of listening time.
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HASH(0x94b8a510) étoiles sur 5 A mismatched pair 22 juillet 2014
Par K. Shaw - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Parker sounds great. Baker - not so much. He doesn't follow the changes and modulations.
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