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Paul Desmond Quartet CD, Import

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  • CD (27 octobre 1992)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000003D3I
  • Autres éditions : Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. Just Squeeze Me
  2. Tangerine
  3. Meditation
  4. Nuages
  5. Like Someone In Love
  6. Things Ain't What They Used To Be

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Par Hexagone MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 1 juin 2010
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Paul Desmond est ce maître incontesté du saxo qui ravi les oreilles des plus durs de la feuille. Comment, entre mille, ne pas reconnaître le son velouté, délicat et sublime de Desmond. Ici, en live je me plais à m'imaginer au milieu de ce club à écouter le maître. Dommage, il est parti trop tôt. J'adore me laisser séduire les oreilles par ce magicien au souffle époustouflant de délicatesse. Bravo.
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HASH(0x9884663c) étoiles sur 5 Some of Desmond's best solos 9 janvier 2001
Par Douglas T Martin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When I bought this recording I was only familar with Desmond through the song "Take Five". This CD, recorded live at a club called Bourbon Street in Toronto, shows Desmond and company playing standards in a variety of styles - none of them in 5/4. "Tangerine" is a bright little number that has one of the best Desmond solos ever. The band gets Brazilian on Jobim's "Meditation" and melancholy on Django Reinhardt's "Nuages". The blues get turned inside out on Ellington's "Things Ain't What They Used To Be" with bluesy solos from Desmond and guitarist Ed Bickert. Don Thompson (bass) and Jerry Fuller (drums) provide ample support although the dynamics of the recording make them sound slightly muted.
The recording quality is a little weak; other than the sax the band's sound is slightly muffled. And it can be intrusive to hear silverware clanging against china during the bass solos - not to mention the talking. But this is a great recording and any audible distractions will be overridden by the quality of the performances. A good introduction to Paul Desmond's skills as a soloist and interpreter of standards.
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HASH(0x9854b210) étoiles sur 5 Desmond in his final setting 19 août 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Paul Desmond's final solo live shows were played with an excellent collection of Canadian musicians, including an excellent guitar played named Ed Bickert. Only a few records have been professionally released by this quartet, which is a shame because they had a distint down-tempo and cool sound and sported some of Desmonds most emotional and assured sax playing. This album is great for fans of the more laid back Desmond, and contains so treats like a version of the Desmond staple "Tangerine." Recently, however, another album was released on CD by Desmonds Canadian quartet titled "The Paul Desmond Quartet Live," and although it's more of the same it outshines this release. It's a little bit more intense, a lot more emotional, and a whole lot more intimate than this release. The song choices for that concert were also stellar. "Like Someone in Love" is strongly recommended only for those who already have and enjoy "The Paul Desmond Quartet Live."
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HASH(0x987a3200) étoiles sur 5 A Second Helping 22 novembre 2003
Par Old Enough to Know Better - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you share my opinion that "The Paul Desmond Quartet Live" is some of the best work that Paul Desmond ever did you will want this CD. Simply, this is part two of that live session. The same incredible sidemen and the same beautiful, tasteful jazz. I have been listening to these recordings since they were first released in the seventies and still find myself identifying new moments of brilliance that I had not noticed before.
Anyone interested in learning to play jazz on any instrument needs only to master a few of Desmond's phrases in order to gain great insight into tasteful, effective improvisation.
If you're a fan of cool jazz look no further, this is it!
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HASH(0x984cc9b4) étoiles sur 5 The Most Unique Of The Best Alto Saxists........ 13 juillet 2010
Par Robert J. Ament - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
that I've ever heard. Paul Desmond was the epitome of Cool! To hear his sound and what he does to a melody is to want it to go on forever. He once described his playing as trying to emulate the "sound of a dry martini". That's pretty descriptive.....like hearing a science fiction writer, whose name escapes me for the moment, describing an alien life form as "an intelligent shade of blue". That falls into "Unique".

This is a great "live" mixed set featuring six standards one of which, "Tangerine", was one of Paul's favorites. The Canadian rhythm section is some of the best of the time. Special note should be made of guitarist Ed Bickert who in my opinion has always been underrated. Ed is one who always displays senstivity either in his comping or a quietly swinging solo. his style is a lot similar to Jim Hall who also made a number of recordings with Desmond.

This is a great set that will appeal to anyone who is a fan of Paul Desmond or Ed Bickert, cool jazz, small group jazz or the particular instruments in one or all combinations. A really good addition for your listening pleasure!
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HASH(0x987a35f0) étoiles sur 5 Ed Bickert in Toronto 5 janvier 2011
Par Jerlaw - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
In 1992, Telarc unveiled a series of performances from the vault on a short-lived label punningly entitled "Telarchive," beginning with this long-delayed encore to the original releases from Paul Desmond's "Canadian" quartet. Recorded live in Toronto's Bourbon Street Jazz Club several months before the live dates released on Horizon and Artists House, it finds Desmond growing comfortable with his new Toronto friends but not quite settled into their laid-back ways quite yet. There are passages in this session where Desmond sounds a bit uncharacteristically scattered and unfocused, where guitarist Ed Bickert becomes the more fluid and stable solo partner, and bassist (and engineer) Don Thompson takes a lengthy solo on every track. Desmond seems to produce his best work in the material that he seems most familiar with. The title track is the one that catches fire most brightly (with a wry assist from "We're in the Money") and "Things Ain't What They Used to Be" finds him working in some clever asides from, yes, Ravel's "Daphnis et Chloe." The wistful European melancholy of Django Reinhardt's "Nuages" suits him perfectly and Jobim's "Meditation" makes its first appearance on a Desmond recording. The boxy, confined live sound doesn't suit the late saxophonist -- nor, obviously, the perfectionist standards at Telarc -- but every precious unreleased note from Desmond is definitely worth sampling at whatever sonic.
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