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Various - Jazz At Carnegie Hall Volume Two - An American Jazz Festival album flac Performer: Various
Title: Jazz At Carnegie Hall Volume Two - An American Jazz Festival
Style: Bop
Released: 1950
MP3 album: 1173 mb
FLAC album: 1940 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: WMA MMF MP2 AU MOD MPC TTA
Genre: Jazz

Jazz at Massey Hall is a live jazz album featuring a performance by "The Quintet" given on 15 May 1953 at Massey Hall in Toronto. The quintet was composed of five leading 'modern' players of the day: Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Bud Powell, Charles Mingus, and Max Roach. It was the only time that the five men recorded together as a unit, and it was the last recorded meeting of Parker and Gillespie.

All of the music on this CD comes from the June 24, 1992, concert at Town Hall in New York City, with a host of artists each being featured. Trumpeter Tom Harrell leads off with two fine originals, the turbulent "Journey to the Center" and the mellow but swinging "Weaver. His very strong supporting cast includes ex-boss Phil Woods on alto sax, tenor saxophonist Joe Lovano, and pianist Jim McNeely, as well as bassist Peter Washington and drummer Bill Goodwin.

Recorded At – Carnegie Hall. Published By – Chappell (3). Made By – Shorewood Packaging. Musician, Tenor Saxophone – Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis. Musician, Trombone – Al Grey. Musician, Trumpet – Roy Eldridge.

Ella Fitzgerald at the Newport Jazz Festival: Live at Carnegie Hall is a 1973 (see 1973 in music) live album by the American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, accompanied by a reconstructed Chick Webb Band, the pianist Ellis Larkins, and for the second half of the album, the Tommy Flanagan Quartet (featuring Joe Pass). This was a historic night for Fitzgerald, reuniting her with many members that had worked with her when she performed with the drummer and Bandleader Chick Webb in the mid-1930s. Fitzgerald is also reunited with the pianist Ellis Larkins, who accompanied on her 1950 album Ella Sings. Recorded July 5, 1973, by Record Plant Remote in Carnegie Hall, New York City.

This album is included in the following sets: HOROWITZ Live at Carnegie Hall, Volume 1 (1948) - PAKM071. Regular price €. 0 €1. 0 Sale. I have worked from high quality transfers which had had side joins made (with various degrees of success) but no further processing or cleaning up. In the present recording the very opening arpeggiated chord comes in very slightly late as a solid rather than broken chord; otherwise everything is present. That material later reappeared, although differently organized, in Sony’s huge 42-disc Horowitz at Carnegie Hall box. Now Pristine has offered us the entirety of two of those concerts-minus most of the encores (more on that later)-giving us nearly two hours of Horowitz performances that are apparently new to the catalog.

PLAY ALL. Jazz At Carnegie Hall, 1949. Released by Master Classics Records Feb 2011 8 Tracks. Jazz At Carnegie Hall, 1949 is a English album released on Feb 2011. Jazz At Carnegie Hall, 1949 Album has 8 songs sung by Norman Granz, Charlie Parker, Coleman Hawkins. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Jazz At Carnegie Hall, 1949 songs on Gaana.

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A1 Dizzy Gillespie Sextet Good Bait
Written-By – Basie*, Dameron*
A2 Dizzy Gillespie Sextet I Can't Get Started
Written-By – Gershwin*, Duke*
A3 Dizzy Gillespie Sextet Salt Peanuts
Written-By – Gillespie*
A4 Dizzy Gillespie Sextet Be-Bop
Written-By – Gillespie*
A5 Oscar Pettiford And His 18 All Stars Somethin' For You
Written-By – Pettiford*
B1 Hoyt Hughes & The All Stars Festival In Cuba
Written By – Pace
B2 Hoyt Hughes & The All Stars Paris In Puerto Rico
Written By – Pace
B3 Hoyt Hughes & The All Stars Bop Salad
Written By – Ross
B4 Hoyt Hughes & The All Stars A Serenade In Fifth
Written By – Pace
B5 Hoyt Hughes & The All Stars To Be Sure

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – American Record Company


  • Alto Saxophone – Johnny Bothwell (tracks: A5)
  • Alto Saxophone [Uncredited] – Howard Johnson (tracks: B1 to B5), John Brown (tracks: B1 to B5)
  • Baritone Saxophone [Uncredited] – Cecil Payne (tracks: B1 to B5), Serge Chaloff
  • Bongos [Uncredited] – Lorenzo Salan (tracks: B1 to B5)
  • Congas [Uncredited] – Chano Pozo (tracks: B1 to B5)
  • Double Bass – Oscar Pettiford (tracks: A4 to A5)
  • Double Bass [Uncredited] – Al McKibbon (tracks: B1 to B5)
  • Drums – Shelly Manne (tracks: A4 to A5)
  • Drums [Uncredited] – Joe Harris (tracks: B1 to B5)
  • Guitar [Uncredited] – Al Casey (tracks: A5)
  • Piano – Clyde Hart (tracks: A4 to A5)
  • Piano [Uncredited] – John Lewis (tracks: B1 to B5)
  • Supervised By, Presenter – Irving Berman
  • Tenor Saxophone – Don Byas (tracks: A4 to A5)
  • Tenor Saxophone [Uncredited] – James Moody (tracks: B1 to B5), Joe Gayles (tracks: B1 to B5)
  • Trombone – Trummy Young (tracks: A4 to A5)
  • Trombone [Uncredited] – Benny Morton (tracks: A5), Taswell Baird (tracks: B1 to B5), Vic Dickenson (tracks: A5), William Shepard (tracks: B1 to B5)
  • Trumpet – Dizzy Gillespie (tracks: A4 to A5)
  • Trumpet [Uncredited] – Benny Harris (tracks: A5), Bill Coleman (tracks: A5), Dave Burns (tracks: B1 to B5), Elmon Wright (tracks: B1 to B5), Hoyt Hughes (tracks: B1 to B5), Matthew McKay (tracks: B1 to B5), Ray Orr*
  • Vibraphone [Uncredited] – Milt Jackson (tracks: B1 to B5)


A1 to A5 recorded in NYC, January 9, 1945
B1 to B5 recorded at "Carnegie Hall", NYC, September 29, 1947

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Label): (A.L. 12032)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Label): (A.L. 12033)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Runout): AL 12032
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Runout): AL 12033