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Jazz At The Philharmonic - Jazz At The Philharmonic album flac Performer: Jazz At The Philharmonic
Title: Jazz At The Philharmonic
Country: US
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Genre: Jazz

Gene Krupa Jazz Trio. Stompin' At The Savoy. Gene Krupa Jazz Trio. This deluxe 10-disc set comes housed in a small black teak wooden box in the shape of a marquee, containing disc sleeves replicating the original JATP album covers. It also includes a 220-page booklet complete with rare photos and artwork, a complete JATP discography and itinerary prepared by Ben Young, an interview with producer Norman Granz conducted by Nat Hentoff, as well as essays by Keith Shadwick, Bill Kirchner, Randy Hutton and John Clement

Listen to Jazz At The Phil – The Complete Jazz At the Philharmonic On Verve (1944-1949) right now. A month before the November Philharmonic concert, Asch Records announced they were releasing Volume 1 of Jazz At The Philharmonic. It had been a struggle to get any label interested in releasing the collection of 78-rpm recordings. The tour bus headed out of town a day or so after the Philharmonic concert and while it has been recorded that they played in Portland, Seattle, and Victoria, British Columbia, no other firm dates have come to light. In 1950 Mercury released three 78s in an album they called Jazz at The Philharmonic, Vol. II from the 28 January 1946 Los Angeles concert. Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet), Willie Smith (alto saxophone), Lester Young and Charlie Ventura (tenor saxophone), Mel Powell (piano), Billy Hadnott (bass) and Lee Young (drums).

Both Montreux and JATP were the brainchildren of Norman Granz, the jazz enthusiast and music business impresario also responsible for founding the prolific Clef, Norgram, Down Home, Verve and Pablo labels. The two discs considered here are fruits of JATP's European concert series in the early 1950s

Billie Holiday at Jazz at the Philharmonic (MG C-169) is a live album by jazz singer Billie Holiday, originally recorded on February 12, 1945 and October 3, 1946 at the Jazz at the Philharmonic concert at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, and at Carnegie Hall on June 3, 1946. Jazz at the Philharmonic, or JATP, was the title of a series of jazz concerts, tours and recordings produced by Norman Granz from 1944 through 1983.

By 1969 producer Norman Granz's Jazz at the Philharmonic was largely a thing of the past in the . but he put together occasional European tours that resulted in the very interesting and consistently enjoyable music heard on this double CD. Trumpeters Dizzy Gillespie and Clark Terry, tenors Zoot Sims and James Moody, pianist Teddy Wilson, bassist Bob Cranshaw and drummer Louis Bellson form the core group and play two jams and a four-song ballad medley in addition to accompanying blues singer/guitarist T-Bone Walker on three numbers

Tracklist

A How High The Moon
B Lady Be Good

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
453 Jazz At The Philharmonic Jazz At The Philharmonic (Volume Number 1) ‎(3xShellac, 12", Album, Bla) Asch Records 453 US 1945
453 Jazz At The Philharmonic Jazz At The Philharmonic : Volume Number 1 ‎(3xShellac, 12", Album, Red) Asch Records 453 US 1945
1011, 1012, 1013 Jazz At The Philharmonic Jazz At The Philharmonic Volume 1 ‎(3xShellac, 10", Album) Melodisc , Melodisc , Melodisc 1011, 1012, 1013 UK Unknown
MLP 13-301 Various Jazz At The Philharmonic Volume 1 ‎(LP, Album) Melodisc MLP 13-301 UK Unknown
MLP 13-301 Jazz At The Philharmonic Jazz At The Philharmonic Volume 1 ‎(LP, Album) Melodisc MLP 13-301 UK Unknown