Not So Hot - Various - Jazz Greats (CD, Album)

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  1. The Time/Life compilation Classic Jazz: Jazz Greats collects some of the most iconic and influential jazz artists onto one disc. While this in no way conveys the wide stylistic breadth and individual artist contributions of jazz history, it does offer a pleasing single-disc introduction to what is largely considered the mainstream acoustic jazz sound.6/
  2. 60 originals feat. T. Bennett, B. Holiday, N. Simone, E. Fitzgerald & many others! Jazz has always placed a premium on instrumental virtuosity but after sampling 3 discs' worth of great jazz vocalists, you will have seen how the human voice stands up as a Jazz instrument in it's own right/5(69).
  3. Jazz has continued to evolve and whether it’s swing, hot, cool, Bebop, modal, free or fusion, we salute this remarkable genre with the 15 Best Jazz Songs. The Greatest Blues Albums.
  4. The guitar star went on to huge pop crossover success in the mids, but this session, his debut for CTI Records, is a soul jazz masterpiece. The album-opening version of Miles Davis' "So What" is a sampler platter of approaches, switching freely between backbeat grooves and soulful Hammond organ to half and double time swing feels, with the.
  5. Best known as longtime Pat Metheny Group member, keyboard player, Mays, brings so much invention and sheer class to this album of modern jazz. This his second solo album, features modal jazz, big.
  6. In April , Mercury Records announced that it was soon to release a $25 jazz album made up of six inch rpm records, together with thirty-two 12 x 12 in. photos of top jazz stars taken by.
  7. Perhaps THE greatest Jazz trumpeter of all time, and greatest mentor to young musicians for nearly 75 years. His exclusion is an absolute travesty. As far as Miles his greatest career break was.
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Jazz Greatest Hits - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  9. Another album in my top ten list, I not only listen to Time Out on a regular basis, but the song ‘Take Five’ is in just about every jazz-related and easy listening playlist I have on iTunes. On top of having the digital album, I also own it on vinyl, cassette and compact disc. It gets a lot of wear in my house. You can buy the album .

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