Results for "Verve"
by Ian Patterson
From time to time in his storied career John Scofield will take a look over his shoulder and re-examine some of the music that has fed into his own, personal brand of jazz. The influences are many, for no matter the context that Scofield engineers, his distinctive sound always carries something of the blues, a little ...
By Stan Getz
Track listing: CD1: Announcement by Chip Monck; It’s Alright With Me; Wildwood; When The Sun Comes Out; Impressions; Airegin; Like Someone In Love; Woody ’N You; Blues. CD2: Where Do You Go; Yesterday’s Gardenias; Stella By Starlight; It’s You Or No One; Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most; 52nd Street Theme; Jumpin’ With Symphony Sid.
by Chris May
Connoisseurs of Stan Getz continue to get lucky with newly discovered live recordings. The last was Moments In Time (Resonance, 2016), a single CD documenting parts of a week-long residency with a quartet including pianist JoAnne Brackeen in San Francisco in 1976. Getz At The Gate, recorded fifteen years earlier, is another substantial addition ...
by Maurizio Zerbo
I dischi di Shirley Horn per la Verve hanno segnato per la cantante-pianista statunitense una seconda vita artistica, foriera di più ampi riconoscimenti. Questo doppio CD antologico enuclea alcuni degli episodi più rilevanti, dove lasciano il segno anche preziosi cammeo di Miles Davis, Joe Henderson, Toots Thielemans e Wynton Marsalis. In primo piano l'eterea sensualità del ...
By Shirley Horn
Come Dance with Me; You Won't Forget Me; You Go to My Head; Summertime; Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin'; Bye Bye Love; Maybe September; Baby, Won't You Please Come Home; Hard Hearted Hannah (The Vamp of Savannah); Take Love Easy; Why Don't You Do Right; A Time for Love (Album Version); Just a Little Lovin'; The Boy from Ipanema (Live at the Free Jazz Festival, Sao Paulo/1993).
Come Back to Me; Ill Wind; It Had to Be You; Solitary Moon; If You Were Mine; This Is All I Ask; Meaning of the Blues; All or Nothing at All; Quietly There; Beautiful Love; Basin St. Blues; Makin' Whoopie; You'd Better Love Me; Once I Loved (Live at the Free Jazz Festival, Sao Paulo/1993).
by Mark Barnett
Getting StartedIf you're new to jazz, go to our Getting Into Jazz primer for some hints on how to listen. Background The Great American Songbook--songs written from the 1920's to the 1950's by giants such as Cole Porter, Rogers & Hart, Duke Ellington and the Gershwin brothers--has inspired jazz musicians and singers for generations, ...
Track listing: Have You Met Miss Jones?; You Took Advantage of Me; A Ship Without a Sail; To Keep My Love Alive; Dancing on the Ceiling; The Lady Is a Tramp; With a Song in My Heart; Manhattan; Johnny One Note; I Wish I Were in Love Again; Spring Is Here; It Never Entered My Mind; This Can't Be Love; Thou Swell; My Romance; Where or When; Little Girl Blue; Give It Back to the Indians; Ten Cents a Dance; There's a Small Hotel; I Didn't Know What Time It Was; Ev'rything I've Got; I Could Write a Book; The Blue Room; My Funny Valentine; Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered; Mountain Greenery; Wait Till You See Him; Lover (Stereo Take); Isn't It Romantic?; Here in My Arms; Blue Moon; My Heart Stood Still; I've Got Five Dollars