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Gil Evans Orch., Kenny Burrell & Phil Woods - Previously Unreleased Recordings album mp3

Performer: Gil Evans Orch.
Title: Previously Unreleased Recordings
Country: Japan
Released: 1973
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 541
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Kenny Burrell & Phil Woods ‎– Previously Unreleased Recordings. Label: Verve Records ‎– V6-8838. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Promo.

Gil Evans Orch, Kenny Burrell & Phil Woods.

Previously Unreleased Recordings is an album by saxophonist Sonny Stitt featuring compositions associated with Duke Ellington which was originally recorded in 1960 and released on the Verve label in 1973. Norman Granz probably didn't want it released during Johnny Hodges's lifetime and even here it is not billed as a Ellington tribute. On CD it can be found on Import as part of Rearin' Back, Tribute To Duke Ellington.

Watch now Gil Evans And His Orchestra, Kenny Burrell, Phil Woods's video clip of album "Previously Unreleased Recordings".

Kenny Burrell With Gil Evans Orchestra. Johnny Coles or Louis Mucci, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, Jimmy Knepper, trombone; Ray Alonge or Julius Watkins, French horn; Bill Barber, tuba; Andy Fitzgerald, George Marge, flute, English horn; Ray Beckenstein, flute, bass clarinet; Bob Tricarico, bassoon, tenor sax, flute; Steve Lacy, soprano sax; Lee Konitz, alto sax; Richie Kamuca, tenor sax, oboe; Kenny Burrell, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Elvin Jones or Charlie Persip

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A Generation Ago Today (Verve, 1967). Dizzy Gillespie Meets Phil Woods Quintet is an album by trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie with saxophonist Phil Woods Quintet recorded in 1986 and released on the Dutch Timeless label. Four Altos is an album by saxophonists Phil Woods Gene Quill, Sahib Shihab and Hal Stein recorded in 1957 and released on the Prestige label. Franco Ambrosetti (born 10 December 1941) is a jazz trumpeter, flugelhornist and composer. Ambrosetti has worked with several American and European musicians in recordings and at jazz festivals and concerts, including Kenny Clarke, Dexter Gordon, Phil Woods, Cannonball Adderley, Joe Henderson, Michael Brecker, Mike Stern, Hal Galper and Romano Mussolini. Ambrosetti also holds a Masters degree in economics from the University of Basel.

Background information. Although Woods was primarily a saxophonist, he was also a clarinet player and solos can be found scattered through his recordings. One particular example is his clarinet solo on "Misirlou" on the album Into the Woods. Woods, along with Rick Chamberlain and Ed Joubert, founded the organization Celebration of the Arts (COTA) in 1978 late one night in the bar at the Deer Head Inn in Delaware Water Gap. The organization would eventually become the Delaware Water Gap Celebration of the Arts. The Individualism of Gil Evans (1964). Listen to Art Farmer and the Orchestra (Mercury, 1962).

Frankly its hard to find a bad Gil Evans album. Although universally respected he's not widely collected so its often possible to find his albums in the bins for cheap. While it may not be his "best" (although exceptional), one set of albums that have become my reference recordings for live performance are the two volumes of Gil Evans Live At The Public Theater. It was recorded for the Japanese market and I prefer the Japanese pressings on Trio Records.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Blues In Orbit
Composed By – Gil Evans
7:40
A2 Spoonful
Composed By – Willie Dixon
9:37
B1 Concorde
Composed By – John Lewis
8:45
B2 Isabel
Composed By – Gil Evans
6:07
B3 Barracuda
Composed By – Gil Evans
7:24

Credits

  • Bass – Bob Cranshaw, Gary Peacock, Milt Hinton, Paul Chambers , Richard Davis , Ron Carter
  • Brass – Andrew Fitzgerald*, Bernie Glow, Bob Tricarico, George Marge, James Cleveland*, James Knepper*, John Barber, John Coles*, Julius Watkins, Louis Mucci*, Ray Alonge, Thad Jones, Tony Studd
  • Drums – Charlie Persip, Elvin Jones
  • Engineer [Mastering] – Dennis Sands
  • Engineer [Remix] – Angel Balestier
  • Guitar – Barry Galbraith
  • Liner Notes – Harvey Siders
  • Producer – Creed Taylor
  • Reeds – Phil Woods, Steve Lacy, Wayne Shorter
  • Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Phil Woods
  • Soloist, Guitar – Kenny Burrell
  • Soloist, Piano – Gil Evans
  • Soloist, Tenor Saxophone – Wayne Shorter
  • Soloist, Trombone – Jimmy Knepper
  • Soloist, Trumpet – Johnny Coles
  • Soloist, Violin – Harry Lookofsky
  • Strings – Harry Lookofsky
  • Supervised By [Remix, Mastering] – Eric Miller

Notes

Tracks A1, B2: Recorded 9 September, 1963, NYC
Track A2: Recorded 23 September, 1963, NYC
Track B1: Recorded 6 December, 1963, NYC
Track B3: Recorded 9 July, 1964, NYC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MV 2093 Gil Evans Orch.*, Kenny Burrell & Phil Woods Gil Evans Orch.*, Kenny Burrell & Phil Woods - Previously Unreleased Recordings ‎(LP, Album) Verve Records MV 2093 Japan 1974
2304 190 Gil Evans Orchestra*, Kenny Burrell & Phil Woods Gil Evans Orchestra*, Kenny Burrell & Phil Woods - Previously Unreleased Recordings ‎(LP, Album) Verve Records 2304 190 Germany 1974
V6-8838 Gil Evans Orch.*, Kenny Burrell & Phil Woods Gil Evans Orch.*, Kenny Burrell & Phil Woods - Previously Unreleased Recordings ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Verve Records V6-8838 US 1973
Reviews (1)
Adrietius
"Blues In Orbit" is actually Charlie Parker's "Cheryl", and "Isabel" is Al Cohn's "Ah Moore".

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