Various - Modern Jazz Festival flac album
Title: Modern Jazz Festival
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The Modern Jazz Quartet (MJQ) was a jazz combo established in 1952 that played music influenced by classical, cool jazz, blues and bebop. For most of its history the Quartet consisted of John Lewis (piano), Milt Jackson (vibraphone), Percy Heath (double bass), and Connie Kay (drums).
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The Modern Jazz Quartet. Biography by Scott Yanow. All-star small jazz band whose music was sophisticated and immaculately played, marked by Milt Jackson's cool vibes.
However, a good jazz festival is also a celebration of local musical culture. The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival is the perfect example of this. But make no mistake, like every other festival, TNOJHF has to make a living, and one of the ways to attract listeners is to hire the big, established names-from jazz and also from beyond it. But the main course of the festival is the local scene with art, music and food.
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|A1||–The Gene Quill Quintet*||Rubbin' The Genie
Alto Saxophone – Gene QuillBass – Teddy KotickDrums – Osie JohnsonPiano – Dick KatzTrumpet – Dick Sherman
|A2||–The Rouse-Watkins Combo||I've Got You Under My Skin
Bass – Martin RiversDrums – Ron JeffersonFrench Horn – Julius WatkinsPiano – Gildo MahonesTenor Saxophone – Charlie Rouse
|A3||–The Joe Puma Quintet||Indian Blanket
Bass – Whitey MitchellDrums – Herb Wasserman*Guitar – Joe PumaHorn [Tenor Horn] – Steve LacySoprano Saxophone – Tom Stewart
|A4||–Zoot Sims All-Stars||When The Blues Come On
Bass – Milt HintonDrums – Gus JohnsonPiano – John Williams Tenor Saxophone – Zoot SimsTrombone – Bob Brookmeyer
|A5||–Fats Navarro Quintet||Move
Bass – Tommy PotterDrums – Max RoachPiano – Linton GarnerTenor Saxophone – Don LanphereTrumpet – Fats Navarro
|A6||–Mat Mathews Quintet||Straight Ahead
Accordion – Mat MathewsBass – Oscar PettifordBass Clarinet – Chase DeanDrums – Charlie Smith Vibraphone [Vibes] – Joe Roland
|A7||–Stan Getz Quartet||Hershey Bar
Bass – Tommy PotterDrums – Roy HaynesPiano – Al HaigTenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
|B1||–Al Cohn Quintet||Them There Eyes
Bass – Milt HintonDrums – Osie JohnsonPiano – Hank JonesTenor Saxophone – Al CohnTrombone – Frank Rehak
|B2||–Paul Quinichette Sextet||If I'm Lucky
Bass – Wendel Marshall*Drums – Sonny PayneGuitar – Freddie GreenPiano – Nat PierceTenor Saxophone – Paul QuinichetteTrumpet – Gene Roland
|B3||–The Rouse-Watkins Combo||Stallion
Bass – Paul Chambers Drums – Ron JeffersonFrench Horn – Julius WatkinsPiano – Gildo MahonesTenor Saxophone – Charlie Rouse
|B4||–Oscar Pettiford's All-Stars*||Strictly Instrumental
Alto Saxophone – Gene QuillBass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Ed ThigpenTenor Saxophone – Al Cohn, John ColtraneTrombone – Frank RehakTrumpet – Donald Byrd
|B5||–Stan Getz Quartet||For Stompers Only
Bass – Joe CallowayDrums – Walt BodenPiano – Horace SilverTenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
|B6||–Charlie Parker's All-Stars*||Stupendous
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerDrums – Don LamondGuitar – Barney KesselPiano – Erroll GarnerTenor Saxophone – Wardell GrayTrumpet – Howard McGhee
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Etched Side A): J-1245 PT 1 TU
- Matrix / Runout (Etched Side B): J-1245 PT 2 TU
|J-1245||Various||Modern Jazz Festival (LP, Comp)||Jazztone||J-1245||1956|
|J-1245||Various||Festival Du Jazz Moderne (LP)||Guilde Du Jazz||J-1245||France||Unknown|