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  • CD (10 août 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0002KQNZO
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Par frenchjazzfan MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 3 décembre 2005
Format: CD
Cet album est fabuleux, spécialement le titre inaugural qui contient peut-être le plus beau solo de Shorter chez Blakey.
La ballade "Pensativa" qui clôt l' album est toute aussi remarquable.
Un disque explosif comme seul Art Blakey en a le secret.
Un Must pour tous les fans du regretté batteur.
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HASH(0x9c498408) étoiles sur 5 Hard Bop At Its Best! 18 août 2004
Par Andrew Stevenson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If aliens from another galaxy landed on earth and asked me "what is hard bop jazz?" I would hand them this CD. It is arguably one of the two best efforts by Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers (the other is titled Indestructible).....and that's saying something! When the title cut was recorded it must have melted down Rudy Van Gelder's studio. Wayne Shorter's opening tenor saxophone solo absolutely shreds! If you listen closely you can hear his bandmates cheering him on.....and keep in mind this was recorded in a studio. Trumpeter Freddie Hubbard and trombonist Curtis Fuller are also on fire. During Blakey's drum solo he lets out a loud moan as if there was so much emotion even his drums couldn't express it. The rest of the album is also top notch! If you can own only one Art Blakey CD make it this one. If you can own only two make the other one "Indestructible."
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HASH(0x9c4984a4) étoiles sur 5 My favorite album ever--PERIOD 5 mars 2006
Par Michael Hardin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
In 1964 Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers stepped into Rudy van Gelder's studio in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, and probably melted the inside of the building. With great material and truly special inspiration, they created a record of the most uncompromising, in-your-face hard bop recorded to date. Musical director Wayne Shorter on tenor saxophone contributes two high energy originals and probably the best playing of his five year Messengers tenure, Freddie Hubbard contributes the other two tunes, one original and one arrangement, and also blows his brains out on trumpet, Curtis Fuller adds a rich third voice and some great trombone playing, Cedar Walton plays some great and tasteful piano, both in accompaniment and solo, Reggie Workman really pushes the sound of the band into a more advanced rhythmic feel, and Art Blakey of course plays like a man on fire, creating volcanic energy that kicks the band up to a superhuman level. Fine, this description may sound like Leonard Feather-esque hype, but it's really not. This album is incredible.

The whole album is great but there are two standout tracks. The first is the eleven minute title track. A perfectly formed Wayne Shorter original, it is voiced in rich three part harmony over an insistent rhythmic figure (though not rigid--Reggie Workman's embellishments and displacement of time makes it a very free-flowing feel) and a bridge whose release and buildup of tension sounds a lot like a train getting closer. The solos from the horns and Blakey are very intense and Shorter and Hubbard shred in particular. The high energy level is maintained throughout this tune, then the next two are almost as intense ("Hammerhead" drops the tempo without losing any of the energy) before culminating in the perfectly placed "Pensativa." It is a beautiful Clare Fischer medium-up Latin tune gorgeously arranged by Freddie Hubbard. I took four hours once to transcribe the arrangement and its absolutely brilliant use of tension in the horn voicings. This tune keeps the energy of before but the intensity level backs off and it's the perfect close to a great album.

This album will appeal to those who enjoy "Mosaic," an earlier Messengers outing with similar personnel. This album is in a similar vein but better. In terms of Art Blakey newcomers, "Moanin'" or "The Big Beat" is a better place to start, but once you're ready for this album, it will blow your mind.
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HASH(0x9c4988b8) étoiles sur 5 this is the one! 7 août 2005
Par James A. Pantano - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
the first time i heard the jazz messengers i was in my car listening to some public radio jazz show. a minute into the tune "free for all" and i began to stare at the radio in disbelief. i actually became nervous because the song i was hearing was so great i was sure that the dj would not bother to mention who i was hearing or would mumble something incoherent like, that was owhiubuigwugw. add into the mix my wife and three kids along for the ride, were all babling away. so the song ends, and about three more other songs were played. finally the dj starts mumbling like i knew he would and i kept hearing all these names - cannonball adderly, thad jones/mel lewis orchestra and a couple of other artist i dont remember, and im yelling at my wife write that down! write that down! so i took that napkin list to the cd store and bought all of them. just because free for all is such an amazing tune. but wait! the rest of the album is just as good! as a matter of fact the tune "the core" actually matches it in intensity. all of the musicians on this cd are just amazing, in fact i was so smitten with the trumpet playing by freedie hubbard on this cd (the trumpet solo in the core is just stunning)i went and picked up a whole bunch of his cd's and now im getting into wayne shorter as well. and of course let me not forget the awesome drumming of art blakey and the stellar musicianship of bassist reg workman, pianist cedar walton and trombonist curt fuller. just a terrific album and the others i had to buy with it were great as well! as a side note if you like the last song on this cd "pensativa" you can hear an absolutely killer live version of it on freddie hubbards the night of the cookers cd. its 22:15 long and contains one of the most awesome trumpet duals between freedie and lee morgan! lee of course was the trumpet player for the jazz messengers after freddie. also i would like to add that for all the intensity this collection of tunes has, it is one of the most melodic jazz cd's i have ever heard. i frequently find myself whistling these tunes to myself. just a great, great cd. highly recommended.
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HASH(0x9c49896c) étoiles sur 5 take a trip to the woodshed... 12 septembre 2002
Par NotATameLion - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Once again--what can be said in the face of sheer greatness? This album falls into my "possible greatest of all time" category.
Art Blakey is awesome. He takes his companions to the woodshed in the title track. If ever one single song was worth the price of an entire disc it has to be "Free for All." There is no other song quite like it.
It'd be one thing if Blakey were blowing away your everyday jazz masters, but he's taking on the likes of Wayne Shorter and Freddie Hubbard here...no scrubs.
Don't let my focus on the opening track deceive you. The rest of the disc is outstanding as well. "Hammer Head" s one of my favorite songs to space out and drift away to.
"Free for All" earns my highest recommendation. The only shame is that I can only give it five stars.
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HASH(0x9d1ed6f0) étoiles sur 5 WHAMMO! 11 janvier 2005
Par earl rlabaci - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Damn! When it comes to the messengers it's all amazing. I can sit hear and listen to the title track all day and never get even the slightest hint of boredom. Blakey and Silver might have though up hard bop but is was essentially blakey who proved the meaning to be true. This is the best messengers album, Shorters melting solo on the title track deserves five stars itself. This album is a great example of how Blakey could be so thunderous and volcanic. His drumming sounds like a tanker full of H bombs going off, so does Elvin Jones but his tanker goes off more slowly. Just awsome Hard Bop, if you don't have this, you don't know the meaning of jazz.
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