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An Electrifying Evening With The Dizzy Gillespie Quintet Compilation


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  • CD (6 juillet 2000)
  • Date de sortie d'origine: 1961
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Compilation
  • Label: Verve
  • ASIN : B00000HYII
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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AN ELECTRIFYING EVENING WITH THE DIZZY GILLESPIE QUINTET

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Datant de 1961, cet enregistrement nous permet d’entendre un Dizzy Gillespie très en forme, accompagné de son quintet de l’époque, formé de Leo Wright (alto et flûte), le futur compositeur de Mission: Impossible Lalo Schifrin (piano), Bob Cunningham (contrebasse) et Chuck Lampton (batterie).

L’album ne comprend que quatre morceaux de musique, mais plusieurs sont très longs (plus de dix minutes) et offrent de très beaux moments d’interprétation, y compris sur le standard « A night in Tunisia ».

Pour les vrais passionnés, l’album se conclut par l’enregistrement d’une longue interview de Dizzy Gillespie.


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HASH(0x945aa7ec) étoiles sur 5 Electric Dizzy 7 septembre 2007
Par S J Buck - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Dizzy Gillespie was still at the height of his powers when this recording was made in February 1961. Having led the be-bop revolution with Charlie Parker, 15 years later this catches him with another fabulous band:

Leo Wright - Alto Sax & Flute
Lalo Schrifin - Piano
Bob Cunningham - Bass
Chuck Lampton - Drums

Lalo Schrifin of course is now more famous as a film score composer who wrote the themes to Mission Impossible, Dirty Harry and literally hundreds of other films. He's a great Jazz pianist as well.

The tracks are:
1. Kush
2. Salt Peanuts
3. A Night In Tunisia
4. The Mooche
5. Interview with Dizzy Gillespie

The highlight musically is "A Night in A Tunisia" which ranks as one of the best versions ever. The interview occurred on stage immediately after the concert and lasts for 18mins. Dizzy displays his usual sense of humour and is interesting to listen to. For example talking about Trumpet battles with Roy Eldridge at Mintons:

"Well it wasn't such of a battle, because I came so unarmed, it was sort of a slaughter..."

So this is great music, with a fascinating and frequently funny interview.
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HASH(0x945aa840) étoiles sur 5 Classic 12 décembre 2009
Par Bill Your 'Free Form FM Print DJ - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This old bopper was smart. Come to think of it, in 1961, when Electrifying Evening was made, he was not so old, either.

Gillespi was not inrerested in free jazz or third streem or any of the emerging movements of this area. But he was not interested in recycling be-bop, either.

Dizzy made a brilliant move in getting Lalo Shifrin. This kid had a uniquie ear, and was perfect for the type of latin music Dizzy wanted to do. Shifrin emphasized the flute and the melodic aspects of the bass. He provided a perfect canvas for Gillespi's amazing inprovosation. This is latin music, but based of big melodies, dynamics and heavy bass lines. Full of life and the perfect backdrop for one of jazz's best improvisors.

You can here Dizzy whopping, shouting, having the time of his life leading the charge here, and anyone with half a heart or brain will have as much fun listening.

Amazing album
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HASH(0x945aac78) étoiles sur 5 Dig it! 28 décembre 2013
Par Mike C. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I bought this as soon as I found it had been reissued on CD as I had some years ago worn out the LP. Lalo Schrifin, who went on to fame and fortune writing music for films, plays great piano on this-check out his solo on "Night In Tunisia". Other Diz stalwarts are on this one and all are wonderful versions.
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HASH(0x945aac60) étoiles sur 5 Electrifying? Yes! 23 janvier 2004
Par Ken Krupa - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a great album, with Diz and company in top form, when Diz was at his peak. The sound quality is very good, and captures the feeling and excitment of the live performance. I've had this album since the early sixties, and it's still one of my all time favorites.
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HASH(0x945ad144) étoiles sur 5 This Electrifying Edition Steals The Show! 11 octobre 2013
Par RH - Publié sur Amazon.com
Though this electrifying evening is not a typical critic’s appraisal of tone spent at the
museum—even if it’s the Museum Of Modern Art in New York City, but who could have
created artistic electricity in a proud public establishment than Dizzy Gillespie did when
he performed there in February of 1961. Released that same year to absolute acclaim,
An Electrifying Evening With The Dizzy Gillespie Quintet presents you a special kind of
concert experience that sounds much better in this complete edition from start to finish.
Dizzy even made his brilliant move by getting Lalo Schiffrin in his band where the great
Latin jazz meastro had a unique ear when he emphasized the flute and the bass which
provided the melodic aspect and canvas for Gillespie’s amazing improvisation. “Jazz is
modern art”, as Schiffrin putted it from a special tribute for this live event by the master
jazz trumpeter--one highlighted by a blistering rendition of A Night In Tunisia and Kush,
another classic adventurous jazz standard to whom Dizzy will be remembered where it
ranks as one of his greatest and acclaimed masterworks. Already digitally-remastered
in complete in complete expanded format, An Electrifying Evening With Dizzy Gillespie
sounds much better, thanks to his 18-minute interview he gave with Charles Schwartz,
who was a manager of the museum, from the concert stage where it gives the disc the
finishing touch it deserves. So if you are interested in adding this gifted masterwork to
your MP3 library, this is the edition to look out for.
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