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J. in Person! is an album recorded "in concert" by the J. J. Johnson Quintet which was released on the Columbia label. This is a studio recording, but some release of the album, including the original release, feature over-dubbed applause and faked bandstand announcements. Tune Up" (Miles Davis) - 5:40. Laura" (David Raksin, Johnny Mercer) - 4:57. Walkin'" (Richard Carpenter) - 6:51. What Is This Thing Called Love?" (Cole Porter) - 6:30.
Нравится слушателям: Stan Getz, Neil Elliott Dorval, Wes Montgomery. Johnson - The Greatest Songs (with Kay Winding). The Great Kai and . 2015 Remastered 2015. Johnson - A Jazz Anthology. Music For Brass: The 1957 Columbia Third Stream Recordings, vol. 1. Miles Davis, John Lewis, Jimmy Giuffre, . Johnson, Gunther Schuller, Joe Wilder. Johnson's Jazz Quintet. Jay & Kai + 6: The Jay And Kai Trombone Octet. Johnson, Kai Winding.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Columbia Small Group Swing Sessions 1953-62" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource.
Complete Columbia Small Group Sessions (7 CD)/CD 1/06 - Tumbling Tumbleweeds. Complete Columbia Small Group Sessions (7 CD)/CD 1/13 - Bird Song. Complete Columbia Small Group Sessions (7 CD)/CD 1/05 - Angel Eyes. Complete Columbia Small Group Sessions (7 CD)/CD 1/The Complete Columbia . Johnson Small Group Sessions Disc . 3u - . 0. Complete Columbia Small Group Sessions (7 CD)/CD 1/07 - Cube Steak. Complete Columbia Small Group Sessions (7 CD)/CD 1/03 - Undecided.
JJ Johnson's greatest album – without a doubt! This gem of a session was recorded in 1960 in New York, with an incredibly hip sextet that includes Cedar Walton, Clifford Jordan, and Freddie Hubbard. The tracks are all long, hip, and very much in a Blue Note soul jazz mode – very unusual not only for Johnson, but for Columbia records as well.
This is a discography of the Jazz trombonist J. Johnson (January 22, 1924 – February 4, 2001). 1949: J. Johnson's Jazz Quintets (Savoy) – LP release of J. Johnson Savoy singles and EPs from 1946~49. 1949: Modern Jazz Trombones (Prestige) – B-side of 10 inch album, released 1951. Kai Winding on A-side. Johnson with Sonny Stitt (Prestige) – also issued as part of 1951's, 10 inch Modern Jazz Trombones Volume Two. Also reissued in 1957 as part of Sonny Stitt/Bud Powell/J.
This group represented one of the best jazz guitar quartets of all time. Johnny Rae's cool and swinging interpretation of Milt Jackson's "Bags Groove" and Thelonious Monk's "Round Midnight" show the talent of this great jazz musician who was also a wonderful drummer and percussionist. Smith's solo on "Bags Groove" is one cool jazz 12 bar blues solo, pretty much summing up his single line solo style. In addition to the final collection of quartet sessions that include a number of tunes featuring Hank Jones on piano - notably "Embraceable You," "Misty," and "Gypsy in my Soul" - there is more. Burke) 2. I'll Remember April (G) 2:46 (Raye-DePaul-Johnson) 3. Sophisticated Lady (G) 3:01 (D. Ellington-M.
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