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  • CD (10 août 2010)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Compilation
  • Label: Fantasy Concord
  • ASIN : B000000Z03
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Par Luc B. TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 7 avril 2009
Format: CD
Comment s'attaquer à Duke Ellington, ce monument de la musique du XXème siècle, tous styles confondus ? En disant simplement qu'il né avec son siècle (1899), que sa carrière professionnelle couvre plus de cinquante années, qu'il a été un créateur infatigable, précurseur, qu'il a écrit des thèmes intemporels (des tubes dirait-on aujourd'hui), traversant tous les courants du jazz, jouant avec des musiciens venus de différentes générations (Coltrane, Mingus, Armstrong...), qu'il a donné ces lettres de noblesse au jazz, au Big band, au swing. Le « Duke » c'était aussi un homme d'une incroyable élégance, digne, charmeur, que le cinéma n'a pas manqué de courtiser.

THIS ONES' FOR BLANTON est un album très original. Un des derniers, enregistré en 1972. Duke Ellington y joue du piano, seulement accompagné par Ray Brown à la contre basse. Voilà encore un musicien exceptionnel, plus jeune (1926) marié un temps à Ella Fitzgerald, qui débuta dans le Be Bop avec Dizzy Gillespie, et qui est resté célèbre pour avoir joué au côté d'Oscar Peterson. Au menu, quelques thèmes d'Ellington, dont les célèbres « Do nothin' till you hear from me » (si si, vous connaissez, Armstrong l'a chanté), « Things ain't what they used to be », et encore « Sophisticated Lady » et sa longue intro à la basse. Dès les premières notes du disque, le style Ellington explose. Tout dans l'économie, le clavier comme des percussions, des notes sèches, frappées, légères dissonances, dans les aigus.
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HASH(0x8bb3db58) étoiles sur 5 A superb duo outing by two geniuses 4 août 2000
Par Steve Frazier - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album was created in the early 1970's when Norman Granz, the music impresario who founded the Verve label and the Jazz at the Philharmonic concert series in the 50's, started a new label called Pablo. He went around recording many giants of jazz in solo, duo and small group settings. Most are products of pure joy -- great musicians getting out of their normal routines and stretching out on tunes they loved.
This is no exception. It captures Duke Ellington in a (fairly) rare duo setting, playing songs he is associated with, with the great jazz bassist Ray Brown, one of the pioneers of great jazz bass. The title -- "This One's for Blanton" -- refers to the great Jimmy Blanton, who played with the Duke Ellington orchestra in the 1940's and who was an inspiration to people like Ray Brown. Hearing Ellington and Brown together is an amazing experience, as you hear two master instrumentalists deliver the essence of songs normally associated with a full jazz orchestra. The first half of the CD is Ellington standards, beautifully delivered. The last half is a suite Ellington wrote just for this occasion (I think), a superb little creation that really gives Ray Brown a stretch out and play with all of the colors that a string bass can deliver. Don't buy this as your first Ellington CD (get the Webster/Blanton CD or The Great Paris Concert), but if you like Ellington and/or jazz bass at all you need this for a different twist on the Ellington legacy.
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HASH(0x8bb3dc24) étoiles sur 5 A Great Album By Two Major Jazz Musicians 28 février 2005
Par Lloyd Howard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I have to start off by paying respects and thanks to Norman Granz who produced this and many unique recordings done at the Pablo label, which he started in 1973. Without him, this great work would probably not exist.

A major influence on Ray Brown during his youth was Jimmy Blanton; a young, inventive player who worked with Duke Ellington from 1939 until his untimely death in 1942. He is considered a liberator of the bass from a strictly rhythm role to one inclusive as a solo instrument. In the spring of 1977, Ray Brown was the chief clinician at Loyola University's annual jazz festival. It was the first time I met him and had the opportunity to talk with him. One of the things I asked was if he had ever met Blanton before his death, which he had not. Since Ray's playing had a great influence on me musically, I felt very fortunate to have the chance to meet and talk with him. Whenever he was performing within a reasonable driving distance (read up to 4-5 hours), my wife and I would go to hear him. It was always worth the effort.

This album gave Ray Brown the opportunity to work with Ellington in duo setting, just piano and bass. And he had the chance to play those tunes that Blanton had played with the "Duke" during Ray's teen years. There's some great music recorded here that's worth hearing more than once. I pretty much wore out the vinyl copy of this recording when I found a copy of it soon after its original release. Anyone who is interested should try to find copies of the other Pablo albums that Ray Brown was recorded on with people like Shelley Manne, Clark Terry, Dizzy Gillespie, and others. There are probably reissues from Fantasy of those just as I found a reissue of this recording on CD a few years ago.

This a great album that deserves a place in the music library of anyone who loves jazz and who might also have a special affection for bass.
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HASH(0x8bb40078) étoiles sur 5 I use this for pure listening joy and also for practice 2 mai 2013
Par Mike Tarrani - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Many reviewers have covered the essentials regarding this album, so I will try to not repeat what has already been written.

Sitting back and listening this almost forty minute masterpiece is something I frequently do. Some days I deconstruct it musically; some days I just immerse myself in the genius of two musicians whom I hold in the highest regard. Ellington had a knack for picking amazing members of his rhythm sections, and he also managed to take those members to places and levels of playing that were a stretch - even for some stellar musicians (evidence of that is Money Jungle (with Charlie Mingus & Max Roach).

The sound samples normally tell the full story of what to expect. In the case of this album they only provide a tantalizing hint. The interplay between the Duke and Ray is 'beyond category' to borrow one of Ellington's favorite phrases. And ever present is the spirit of Jimmy Blanton whose approach to bass that changed the way the instrument was played is in every note both musicians play.

I mentioned that I listened to this on a number of levels. I also use this as a practice aid to play along with. The fact that there is no drummer on the recording makes it perfect for that use. For the record I use this to improve my brush technique. Doing so I discovered the masterful way Ray Brown managed to keep a strong pulse while playing melodically, and also gained an understanding of the rhythmic complexities of which Ellington was capable. There made me a better listener as a musician. Moreover, some of the tempos were outside of my comfort zone, so playing along improved my skills as a drummer.

Regardless of whether you are a music lover (or musician), a bassist who wants to study Ray Brown, or a drummer who wants a great play-along album, this album merits your attention.
HASH(0x8bb40444) étoiles sur 5 Delightful Musical Marriage of piano and bass by the Greats: Duke and Ray Brown 7 mars 2016
Par swimmer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Duke Ellington's wonderful bassist Jimmy Blanton perished at a very young age. Prior to that, the piano-bass duo recordings show what a loss it was for Duke. Ray Brown heard Blanton with Duke, and was very influenced in his own development as one of the greatest jazz bassists. Superb
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HASH(0x8bb403f0) étoiles sur 5 Things Ain't What They Used to Be 26 juillet 2007
Par Nikica Gilic - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Yes, this is a unique and beautiful album.
Two mature and brilliant artists working together with a clear concept and plenty of spirit, Ellington and Brown give the best possible tribute to Ellington's famous 1940's collaboration with his brilliant, influential, but prematurely deciesed bass player Jimmy Blanton.

Revisiting the past in the company of Ray Brown (one of the contributors to the be-bop revolution and one of the rocks both modern and mainstream jazz stood on at the time of the recording), Ellington once again displays why he is one of the greatest pianists and one of the greatest minds in jazz, a measure of greatness for all younger tallents..

Btw, if this date is not modern enough for your tastes, check out Ellington's great and unique collaboration with Charlie Mingus (another participant in Blanton's but also in Ellington's legacy) and Max Roach (on of the greatest modern drummers, experts say)on the album "Money Jungle" Money Jungle
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