Various - The Singers: Best Of Roulette Jazz flac album
Title: The Singers: Best Of Roulette Jazz
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In a sense, the jazz supergroup heard on the album - saxist Joshua Redman, cornetist Ron Miles, bassist Scott Colley and drummer Brian Blade - is paying tribute to a tribute: Old and New Dreams, a quartet of Coleman associates, including Redman’s father Dewey, that performed music written and inspired by their trailblazing maestro in the Seventies and Eighties. The trio is at its best on pieces like the Cyrille-penned title track, where hints of earthy blues and ringing West African guitar float through sparse, unhurried improvisations that give each player room to ramble. Throughout, Cyrille, one of the great deep-listening drummers in contemporary jazz, performs with consummate subtlety and precise textural command.
Like many of the best female jazz singers, Peyroux was influenced by Billie Holiday’s dreamy mellow tone and behind-the-beat, rubato phrasing, but this Georgia-born chanteuse (who often accompanies herself on guitar) has forged her own singular style since emerging in 1996. The palpable presence of Gallic elements in her music – with shades of Django Reinhardt’s gypsy jazz sound – reflect Peyroux’s teenage years busking in Paris. 20: Etta Jones (1928-2001)
Jazz At Massey Hall - The Quintet This album appears reissued under the name "The Greatest Concert Ever". It is an all star lineup of Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Bud Powell, Charles Mingus, and Max Roach; all who were prominent in the development of bebop about 15 years beforehand (1953) and thus were all seasoned veterans by the time of the concert. This is the only recording of these five legends playing together and everyone plays brilliantly. In addition, the recording quality is very good for its time so it is a great album to really hear these masters perform at their best.
The best female jazz singers in music history have a sound that's like no other. Their melodies and tones captivate us and keep us coming back for more. Many of the women on this list have been gone for decades, but their incomparable jazz vocals will live on forever. Female Singers Make Your Voice Heard: Who Are the Best Female Jazz Singers? Originally by Adam Tyler. List Rules Only Jazz singers. The best female jazz singers in music history have a sound that's like no other.
The Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Album is an award presented at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards, to recording artists for quality works (songs or albums) in the vocal jazz music genre.
|1||–Pearl Bailey||They Can't Take That Away From Me|
|2||–Pearl Bailey||Sophisticated Lady|
|3||–Pearl Bailey||I Left My Heart In San Francisco|
|4||–Dinah Washington||Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby|
|5||–Dinah Washington||Fly Me To The Moon|
|6||–Dinah Washington||You're Nobody|
|7||–Sarah Vaughan||The More I See You|
|8||–Sarah Vaughan||Easy To Love|
|9||–Sarah Vaughan||On Green Dolphin Street|
|10||–Billy Eckstine||I Want A Little Girl|
|11||–Billy Eckstine||Stormy Monday Blues|
|12||–Betty Carter||Every Time We Say Goodbye|
|13||–Betty Carter||What's New|
|14||–Joe Williams||September In The Rain|
|15||–Joe Williams||I Only Have Eyes For You|
|16||–Joe Williams||It's Easy To Remember|
|17||–Joe Williams||Tickle Toe|
|18||–Joe Williams||Lil' Darling|
|19||–Tony Bennett, Count Basie||Chicago|