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Jazz Styles

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11th
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9780205036868

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0205036864
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8/21/2011
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Table of Contents

CD 1


African Retentions Sequence

1. Street Cries of Charleston (Trad.) [0:30].

African American male street vendor; p. 51.

Courtesy of The Concord Music Group

2. Porgy and Bess: Fisherman, Strawberry, Devil Crab (Gershwin) [0:49].

Miles Davis instrumentally imitating the cry of an African American male street vendor, accompanied by the Gil Evans Orchestra; p. 51.
Originally released 1959.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

3. Hunter’s Dance excerpt (Trad.) [0:36].

West African field recording; p. 52.
Courtesy of Essential Media Group

4. One Day excerpt (Trad.) [0:30].

The Angelic Gospel Singers and The Dixie Hummingbirds; p. 53.
Originally released 1952.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

5. One O’Clock Jump excerpt (Basie) [0:33].

Count Basie; p. 53. Originally released 1942.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

6. Birdland excerpt (J. Zawinul) [0:25].

Weather Report with Joseph Zawinul, Wayne Shorter, and Jaco Pastorius; p. 53. (P) 1977

Sony Music Entertainment

Historic Recordings

7. Dixie Jazz Band One-Step (D. LaRocca-Joe Jordan) [2:35].

The Original Dixieland Jazz Band; p. 62.
Originally released 1917. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

8. Wolverine Blues (Morton) [3:19].

Jelly Roll Morton, Johnny Dodds, and Baby Dodds; p. 66. Originally released 1927.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

9. Singing the Blues (J.R. Robinson-C. Conrad-S. Lewis-J. Young) [2:58].

Frankie Trumbauer and his Orchestra featuring Bix Beiderbecke; p. 84.
Originally released 1927.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

10. West End Blues (J. Oliver-C. Williams) [3:14].

Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five featuring Earl Hines; p. 76.
Originally released 1928.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

11. Hotter Than That (L. Armstrong) [2:58].

Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five; p. 80.
Originally released 1928.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

12. Handful of Keys (Fats Waller) [2:43].

Fats Waller; p. 71. Originally released 1929.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

13. You’ve Got to Be Modernistic (J. P. Johnson) [3:11];

James P. Johnson; p. 74. Originally released 1930.

Courtesy of The Verve Music Group, under license from Universal Music Enterprises

14. Walkin’ and Swingin’ (Mary Lou Williams) [2:38].

Andy Kirk band featuring Mary Lou Williams; p. 114. Originally released 1936.

Courtesy of The Verve Music Group, under license from Universal Music Enterprises

15. Seven Come Eleven (Goodman-Christian) [2:48].

Benny Goodman Sextet, featuring Charlie Christian and Lionel Hampton; p. 116. Originally released 1940.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

16. After You’ve Gone (H. Creamer-J. Layton) [2:36]. Roy Eldridge with The Gene Krupa Orchestra; p. 109.
Originally released 1941. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

17. How Deep is the Ocean? (Irving Berlin) [3:18].

Coleman Hawkins; p. 108. Originally released 1943.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

18. Voodte excerpt (Coleman Hawkins) [1:50].

Coleman Hawkins; p. 108. Originally released 1943.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

19. Cottontail excerpt (Ben Webster; arr. Duke Ellington) [0:97].

Ella Fitzgerald and the Duke Ellington Orchestra; p. 122. Originally released 1965.

Courtesy of The Verve Music Group under license from Universal Music Enterprises

20. Cottontail (Ben Webster; arr. Duke Ellington) [3:06].

Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra featuring Ben Webster; p. 133. Originally released 1940.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

21. Harlem Airshaft (Ellington) [2:57].

Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra featuring Cootie Williams and Barney Bigard; p. 138. Originally released 1940.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

22. Transblucency (Lawrence Brown-Duke Ellington) [2:57].

Duke Ellington, Lawrence Brown, Jimmy Hamilton, Kay Davis, and Oscar Pettiford; p.144. Originally released 1946

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

23. Prelude to a Kiss (Ellington) [4:39].

Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra featuring Johnny Hodges; p. 141.
Originally released 1957.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

24. Taxi War Dance (Basie-L. Young) [2:49].

Count Basie and His Orchestra featuring Lester Young; p. 153. Originally released 1939.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

25. Lester Leaps In (L. Young) [3:13].

Count Basie and His Kansas City Seven featuring Lester Young; p. 158. Originally released 1939.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

26. Shaw ’Nuff (Gillespie-Parker) [3:01]

Dizzy Gillespie and His All-Star Quintette featuring Charlie Parker; p. 183. Originally released 1945.

Courtesy of Savoy Label Group

27. Things to Come (G. Fuller) [2:45].

Dizzy Gillespie and His Orchestra; p. 170. Originally released 1946.

Courtesy of Savoy Label Group

28. Four Brothers (Giuffre) [2:48].

Woody Herman’s Thundering Herd, featuring Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, Herbie Steward, and Serge Chaloff; p. 189. Originally released 1947.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

29. Misterioso (Monk) [3:20].

Thelonious Monk and Milt Jackson; p. 175.
Originally released 1948.

Courtesy of Blue Note Records, Under License from EMI Music Marketing. Blue Note® is a registered trademark of Capitol Records, Inc.

30. Just Friends (John Klenner & Sam Lewis) [3:30].

Charlie Parker with strings; p.168. Originally released 1949.

Courtesy of The Verve Music Group under license from Universal Music Enterprises

31. Body and Soul (Green-Heyman-Sour-Eyton) [3:42].

Sarah Vaughan and Ray Brown; p. 192. (P) 1978 The Concord Music Group.

Courtesy of The Concord Music Group


CD 2

1. No Figs (Tristano) [2:51].

Metronome All Stars featuring Lennie Tristano, Lee Konitz, and Stan Getz; p. 205. Originally released 1950.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

2. My Lady (Russo) [3:47].

Stan Kenton Orchestra featuring Lee Konitz; p. 208. Originally released 1952.

Courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc., Under License from EMI Music Marketing

3. A Trumpet (Robert Graettinger) [4:46];

Stan Kenton Orchestra featuring Maynard Ferguson; p. 214. Originally released 1953.

Courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc., Under License from EMI Music Marketing

4. Blue Rondo a la Turk (Brubeck) [6:48].

Dave Brubeck Quintet featuring Paul Desmond; p. 222. Originally released 1959.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

5. Señor Blues (Silver) [7:00].

Horace Silver Quintet featuring Hank Mobley and Donald Byrd; p. 235.
Originally released 1956.

Courtesy of Blue Note Records, Under License from EMI Music Marketing. Blue Note® is a registered trademark of Capitol Records, Inc

6. Kiss and Run (Coslow) [7:28].

Sonny Rollins, Clifford Brown, and Max Roach; p. 247. Originally released 1956.

Courtesy of The Concord Music Group

7. Cranky Spanky (Hardman) [7:53].

Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers featuring Jackie McLean; p. 243.
Originally released 1956.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

8. Maiden Voyage (Hancock) [7:53].

Herbie Hancock featuring Freddie Hubbard; p. 239. Originally released 1965

Courtesy of Blue Note Records, Under License from EMI Music Marketing. Blue Note® is a registered trademark of Capitol Records, Inc.

9. Flamenco Sketches (Bill Evans & Miles Davis) [9:25].

Miles Davis Sextet featuring John Coltrane and Cannonball Adderley; p. 269. Originally released 1959.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

10. Masqualero (W. Shorter) [8:52].

Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, and Tony Williams; p. 278.
Originally released 1967.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

11. Afro-Blue (Mongo Santamaria) [7:41].

John Coltrane, McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, and Elvin Jones; p. 299.
Originally recorded 1963.

Courtesy of The Concord Music Group

12. Civilization Day (Coleman) [6:04].

Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, and Billy Higgins; p. 311. (P) 1972

Sony Music Entertainment

CD 3

1. Fables of Faubus (Mingus) [8:13].

Charles Mingus; p. 322. Originally released 1959.

All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

2. Ghosts: First Variation (Ayler) [5:13].

Albert Ayler, Gary Peacock, and Sunny Murray; p. 317. Originally released 1964.

Courtesy of ESP Records

3. Solar (Chuck Wayne) [8:52].

Bill Evans, Scott LaFaro, and Paul Motian; p. 242. Originally released 1961.

Courtesy of The Concord Music Group

4. Steps (C. Corea) [5:03].

Chick Corea, Miroslav Vitous, and Roy Haynes; p. 352.
Originally released 1968.

Courtesy of Blue Note Records, Under License from EMI Music Marketing. Blue Note® is a registered trademark of Capitol Records, Inc.

5. Sundial, Part 1 (Keith Jarrett) [8:54].

Keith Jarrett; p. 357. Originally released 1976, © 1977.

Courtesy of ECM Records GmbH

6. Surucucu (W. Shorter) [4:18].

Weather Report, featuring Josef Zawinul, Wayne Shorter, Miroslav Vitous, Dom Um Roman, and Eric Gravatt; p. 377. (P) 1972

Sony Music Entertainment

7. Chameleon excerpt (Hancock) [6:46].

Herbie Hancock, Bennie Maupin, Paul Jackson, Bill Summers, and Harvey Mason; p. 383. (P) 1973

Sony Music Entertainment

8. Above & Below (Randy Brecker) [7:05].

Michael and Randy Brecker; p. 402. (P) 1992 The Verve Music Group.

Courtesy of The Verve Music Group under license form Universal Music Enterprises

9. Red Emma (Dave Douglas) [4:55].

Tiny Bell Trio: Dave Douglas, Brad Shepik, and Jim Black; p. 407. (P) 1994 Songlines Recordings;

Courtesy of Songlines Recordings

10. Miami (J. Marquez) [5:34].

Paquito D’Rivera and Jorge Dalto; p. 413. (P) 1982

Sony Music Entertainment

11. Express Crossing (Wynton Marsalis) [5:11].

Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra featuring Wynton Marsalis; p. 420. (P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

12. Baseball (Carla Bley) [7:46].

Carla Bley, Larry Goldings, and Gary Valente; p. 431. Originally released 1999.

Courtesy of ECM Records GmbH

 

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