Django Reinhardt

Toots Thielemans • The Soul Of Toots Thielemans

01. You Are My Sunshine 02. Nuages 03. Five O’Clock Whistle 04. Soul 05. Lonesome Road 06. Misty 07. Confirmation 08. Les Enfants S’ennuient le Dimanche 09. Brother John Toots Thielemans (harmonica,g) Ray Bryant (p) Tommy Bryant (b) Oliver Jackson (ds)

Walter Wanderley E Portinho • Órgao, Sax E Sexy

01 – Eu Sei Que Vou Te Amar (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes) 02 – Castigo (Dolores Duran) 03 – Fale Baixinho (Portinho / Heitor Carillo) 04 – A Noite do Meu Bem (Dolores Duran) 05 – Por Causa de Você (Tom Jobim / Dolores Duran) 06 – Meu Sonho É Você (Altamiro Carrilho […]

Junior Mance • Happy Time

Review by Al Campbell Pianist Junior Mance was in excellent company on this inspired 1962 session with bassist Ron Carter and drummer Mickey Roker. Its unfortunate this trio only recorded together on this one date as their unity propels the blues, gospel, and bebop ideas Mance consistently feeds them. The program is highlighted by three […]

Charlie Musselwhite • Stone Blues

1 My Buddy Buddy Friends 2 Everything’s Gonna Be Allright 3 My Baby’s Sweeter 4 Clay’s Tune 5 Gone And Left Me 6 Cry For Me Baby 7 Hey Baby 8 Juke 9 She Belongs To Me 10 Bag Gloom Brews Créditos Bass – Carl Severeid Drums – Eddie Ho Guitar – Larry Welker, Tim […]

Dick Hyman • Stompin’ At The Savoy

A very versatile virtuoso, Dick Hyman once recorded an album on which he played “A Child Is Born” in the styles of 11 different pianists, from Scott Joplin to Cecil Taylor. Hyman can clearly play anything he wants to, and since the ’70s, he has mostly concentrated on pre-bop swing and stride styles. Hyman worked […]

Billy Strange • Blue Hazes

Puede que su nombre suene al de un completo desconocido, pero lo cierto es que ha sido una de las figuras más importantes de la música contemporánea. Guitarrista, compositor, arreglista y productor, Billy Strange escribió grandes clásicos de la música y trabajó para estrellas como Frank y Nancy Sinatra, los Beach Boys, Elvis Presley o […]

Ethel Smith • Souvenir Album

Mucho se ha escrito y dicho de la trilogia “Smith” del órgano Hammond: Johnny ‘Hammond’ Smith, Dr. Lonnie Smith y Jimmy Smith, pero a mi parecer es justo y necesario hacer un reconocimiento al primer Smith, o mejor dicho a la primera: Ethel Smith. Traducción Automática: Ethel Smith (22 noviembre 1902 hasta 10 mayo 1996) […]

Grant Green • I Want To Hold Your Hand

Review by Steve Huey The third of three sessions Grant Green co-led with modal organist Larry Young and Coltrane drummer Elvin Jones, I Want to Hold Your Hand continues in the soft, easy style of its predecessor, Street of Dreams. This time, however — as one might guess from the title and cover photo — […]

Johnny ‘Hammond’ Smith • That Good Feelin’

Review by Stewart Mason A standards-heavy set from 1959, Johnny “Hammond” Smith’s That Good Feelin’ is indicative of his early style. Recorded in a simple quartet setting with guitarist Thornel Schwartz (best known for his earlier work with Jimmy Smith), bassist George Tucker, and drummer Leo Stevens, all of whom provide understated but effective support […]

Art Van Damme • Squeezing Art & Tender Flutes

A1. Cheers (H. Mancini) (2:58) A2. Deep Night (C. E. Henderson – R. Vallee) (3:20) A3. Hot Action (W. Fruth) (2:52) A4. Viniette (R. Arberg) (3:36) A5. Patou (H. E. Häusser) (2:40) A6. I Only Have Eyes For You (H. Warren – A. Dubin) (3:08) B1. Pick Yourself Up (G. Shearing) (2:12) B2. Paco (J. […]


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Damjan Pejcinoski – Blue Bossa lesson

This lesson will guide you into the gypsy jazz style. You will learn how to improvise over “Blue Bossa” jazz standard in a gypsy way. Many of the licks and phrases used in this video can be used in other common progressions (2-5 in major and 2-5 in minor). There are 3 backing tracks provided […]

Samy Daussat pour Guitare mag – Nuages lesson

Swing de Paris par Samy Daussat Apprendre à jouer Nuages   Adoptant le modèle de transmission orale en vigueur dans le monde manouche, Samy Daussat vous donne « en direct » toutes les clefs pour apprendre à bien jouer ce tube incontournable signé Django Reinhardt : mélodie, accompagnement, accords et progressions typiques, astuces harmoniques, exposé du thème à […]

La Tribu Grünigel , “Le Vrai Jazz Manouche” – 2016

  TRACKLIST: 01. Porte de Vanves (2:38) 02. Verdine’s Valse (2:09) 03. David and Mike (2:04) 04. Valse circassienne (2:39) 05. Fourgonnette (2:32) 06. Les copains d’abord (1:30) 07. Poissons bleus (2:41) 08. Terrain vague (3:12) 09. Shadoogie (3:20) 10. Nuages (6:06) 11. Boogie tzigane (2:20) 12. Nightly Outing (2:55) 13. Gadjo (2:09) 14. Valse […]

Christian Escoude , “Gypsy Swing” – 2015

  Swing is here! A trip into the rich musical culture of the Sinti and Roma peoples. Django Reinhardt says hi! Hoiday, travel, documentray, reportage, advertising, urban. TRACKLIST: 01.  Gypsy Swing 02.  Clumsy Cat 03.  Another Gypsy Way 04.  Song for Charlie 05.  Babik Memories 06.  Wild Swing 07.  Spring Violin 08.  Valse de Saint-Ouen […]

Gipsy Jazz School – Django’s Legacy

** * ** Gypsy jazz guitar may have started with Django Reinhardt, but as this two-CD set amply demonstrates, it didn’t end with him. The first disc gathers rare recordings from some of Reinhardt’s contemporaries, including the brothers Baro, Matelo, and Sarane Ferret, who experimented with blending musette waltz rhythms with swing harmony ; Henri […]

Al Caiola • Bonanza

Stephen Thomas Erlewine Al Caiola era un conocido gran parte grabada y guitarrista, profesional de los ’60. Él era un músico de sesión, lo que condujo a su papel destacado como el director musical para la serie álbum de RCA guitarras de Vida, y también tenía una carrera de grabación para los artistas unidos, grabando […]

Charlie Singleton • At His Best

Charlie Singleton was a New York City-based saxophonist and bandleader who worked in a jump blues/R&B vein during the late ’40s and early ’50s. During his tenure with Atlas Records; one of the first New York based, Black owned independent record labels of the early fifties, Charlie recorded a number of highly influential jump blues […]

VA • The Blue Note Years, Vol. 3 Organ & Soul 1956-1967

This two CD collection was originally released as part of Blue Note’s 60th Anniversary boxed set. Jimmy Smith, who was signed by Alfred Lion after he saw just one of Smith’s shows, sets the pace for this chronicle of the organ fever of soul jazz. Other great organists featured include John Patton, Larry Young, and […]

Ed Cherry • Soul Tree

by S. Victor Aaron Ed Cherry is a veteran jazz guitarist with a bagful of bonafides. He was a student at Berklee in ’72, toured with Jimmy McGriff and Tim Hardin (among other jazz luminaries) and played in Dizzy Gillespie’s band for the last fifteen years of the iconic trumpeter’s life. Along the way, Cherry’s […]

VA • Rockin’ The Spirit

Review by Scott Yanow After attending an annual boogie-woogie concert organized by Mark Braun (Mr. B.), Monty Alexander headed a recording project that paid tribute to both boogie-woogie and spirituals. Five pianists participated, performing two numbers apiece, with four of the players (all but Alexander) playing a pair of duets. Alexander, Eric Reed, and Johnny […]

Charlie Christian – The Genius of the Electric Guitar (1939-1941)

** * Charlie Christian did not invent the electric guitar, nor was he the first to play it. But his horn-like, bluesy, sweet-and-tart conception made the jazz world take notice in the late 1930s and early 40s, and he gave the instrument its first truly distinctive voice. Along with another southwestern-based musician, tenor sax master […]

Jim Hall – Dedications & Transcriptions

** * Jim Hall Dedications & Transcriptions Tracks 1 Whistle Stop (Hall)  4:09 2 Hawk (Hall)  5:46 3 Canto Nostálgico (Hall)  6:31 4 Why Not Dance ? (Hall)  2:27 5 João (Hall)  6:04 6 Seseragi (Hall)  4:28 7 All the Things You Are (Kern)  4:17 8 Miró (Hall)  3:04 8 Monet (Hall)  3:04 10 Bluesography […]

The Great Artistry of Django Reinhardt

** * Django Reinhardt et ses Rythmes The Great Artistry… Tracks 1 Nuages (Reinhardt)  3:16 2 Night and Day (Porter)  2:51 3 Insensiblement (Misraki)  3:08 4 Blues for Ike (Reinhardt)  3:23 5 Brazil (Barroso)  2:26 6 September Song (Weill, Anderson)  2:33 7 Confessin’ That I Love You (Neiburg, Daugherty)  3:39 8 Manoir de mes Rêves […]

Tito Puente ‎– Live At The Playboy Jazz Festival

    Tito Puente  Live At The Playboy Jazz Festival Ernesto Antonio Puente; Nueva York, 1920 – 2000. Compositor y percusionista estadounidense de origen latino. Conocido como “el rey de los timbales” por sus vigorosas interpretaciones con este instrumento, fue uno de los grandes difusores de la música latinoamericana en Estados Unidos. Considerado universalmente como […]

Ernesto Llorens , “On My Gypsy Way” – 2016

  The Ernesto Llorens Gipsy Jazz Project is a gypsy jazz quartet based in New York. New York-based jazz violinist and composer, Ernesto Llorens is one of the most exciting violinists of his generation. He developed a passion for Jazz and other genres while being trained as a musician in Spain, the United States and […]

Trio Esperança – De Bach a Jobim (2010)

Trio Esperança – De Bach a Jobim (2010) Duration 40:37 Genre International Latin Styles Brazilian Traditions MPB Recording Date June, 2006 – July, 2009 Track Listing 01 Caminho Da Razão (Eva Correa) 2:46 02 Upa Neguinho (Gianfrancesco Guarnieri / Edú Lobo) 2:41 03 Desafinado (Antônio Carlos Jobim / Newton Mendonça) 3:50 04 A Rosa [Rancho […]

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