Centerpiece Hawkins Edison 1964.From a film in London in 1964 we see and hear the tune Centerpiece played by Coleman Hawkins on tenor sax and Harry Sweets Edison on trumpet. Pianist is Sir Charles Thompson and drummer is Jo Jones. I can’t recall the name of the bassist.
Trombone Rag - Watergate Seven plus one 1997 This band was formed in 1974 by trombonist Daniel Barda, who’s dayjob is leading a symphony orchestra, together with brothers Alain (banjo) and Michel (tuba) Marcheteau. The band’s inspiration came from the music of Lu Watters/Turk Murphy Yerba Buena Jazz Band who launched the West Coast jazz revival in San Francisco in 1939. The Trombone Rag is a tune compossed by trombonist Turk Murphy. The band has a big following and plays on a regular basis in ‘Le Petit Journal’ in Paris which features mainly traditional jazz. Next to Barda and the Marcheteau brothers we see Marcel Bornstein playing trumpet ( he also played in the “St Louis Blues” clip by Sidney Bechet and the Andre Reweliotty Orchestra in 1951). Georges Billecard clarinet, Marc Richard alt sax, Claude Lefort piano, and Francois Cotin drums
Une très belle chanson assez méconnue mais c'est ce qui fait son attrait et sa richesse quelque part.. Les bijoux sont rares.(Sur certaines pochettes il y a écrit "les clowns" je ne sais pas si c'est la même chanson )Lien donné par daniela-lucie:http://gianiesposito.chronobio.com/structure.php
Bechet’s Fantasy -Sidney Bechet 1946 Many of my soprano sax playing friends hit a certain amount of repertoire, Petite Fleur of course, Si tu vois ma mere, etc. nice tunes but Bechet has written and recorded many others you don’t hear at all. Are these just not known by musicians? They are for sure in the catalogues and often available on CD’s, particularily today. This is a tune you don’t hear often. This is for my friends Jim Buchmann, Simon Stribling, Michael Funke, Alain Maume, Lloyd Arntzen. Maybe I’ll find their version on youtube one day.
beaucoup de gravures sur verre sur de la musique indienne.Je vous fait écouter aussi APACHE des shadows apache qui veut dire "EXCLU"Aidez moi à revivre je n'arrive plus à survivre à cette société injuste et pourri.
Let's stick around Montreux a little bit longer for yet another concert given there on July 14, 1977, a 30-year jubilee of sorts, team up Dizzy Gillespie with Milt Jackson, Monty Alexander, Jon Faddis, Ray Brown and Jimmie Smith and see what happens.