Recorded live at Liederhalle Stuttgart, March 20, 1969. Total duration: 46:38. Label stuck to the wrap: 180g vinyl & free digital download.
Cannonball Adderley Quintet. Release Date: 12th Apr 2019. Catalogue No: JAH402. Unlike experimental colleagues who tested the limits of music, but more and more lost their audience, the Cannonball Adderley Quintet managed to reach a large audience with hits like This Here, Work Song, Jive Samba and above all Mercy, Mercy, Mercy. No wonder, then, that a wave of applause greeted the Cannonball Adderley Quintet in the Stuttgart Liederhalle in 1969. Completed by bassist Victor Gaskin and drummer Roy McCurdy, they had brought with them just the right repertoire.
Julian "Cannonball" Adderley arrived in New York From Tallahassee in the 1950s, where he had a job on his hands to play his way out of the shadow of Charlie Parker, a major challenge for any alto saxophonist of the day. But the move worked. Before long, Miles Davis had brought him into his quintet to play alongside Coltrane, and in 1958 Adderley was offered a chance by Alfred Lion to record an album under his own name. Something Else is arguably the best Blue Note album of all time. The following year, Adderley achieved immortality with Kind of Blue
Cannonball Adderley Quintet. Legends Live: Stuttgart 1969.
Recorded Live At Liederhalle Stuttgart On March 20, 1969. Cannonball Adderley Achieved Immortality In The Miles Davis Quintet With Kind Of Blue - And His Something Else Is Possibly The Best Of The Blue Note Albums. That Was The Late 1950s. Ten Years Later Adderley Was Touring Europe With His Own Quintet And Gave A Performance At Stuttgart’s Liederhalle. Even During The Soundcheck The Musicians Must Have Sensed The Concert Hall’s Unique Atmosphere; That Evening Would Go Down As A Landmark Performance. Artist: Adderley, Cannonball Title: Legends Live Genre: Jazz Type: New - LP Label: Jazz Haus Catalog ID: 101712 Country: Germany Our ID: 115588. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.
More albums from The Cannonball Adderley Quintet. What Is This Thing Called Love? 2013. Legends Live: Cannonball Adderley Quintet: Liederhalle Stuttgart, March 20, 1969.
Dizzy Gillespie Quintet Liederhalle Stuttgart November 27, 1961 Kongresshalle Frankfurt November 29, 1961. Dizzy Gillespie-Trumpet Leo Wright-Alto Sax, Flute Lalo Schifrin-Piano Bob Cunningham-Bass Mel Lewis-Drums. A live recording of Dizzy playing Ellington’s The Mooche, of Dizzy the court jester and Dizzy the serious, of the under-appreciated Lalo Schifrin and Leo Wright, makes this an intriguing concert. The sound varies somewhat on this album, seeing as it was recorded in two different places. The sound on Kush is a little dry, and the muted trumpet played hell on my system with the Audio Techinca micro line stylus. Julian Cannonball Adderley-Alto Sax Nat Adderley-Cornet Joe Zawinul-Keyboards Victor Gaskin-Bass Roy McCurdy-Drums. I’m saving the best for last. This live set is essential for Adderley fans.
Painted Desert Cannonball Adderley Quintet. Total Playing Time 38:28. Liederhalle Stuttgart '69 comes from the archives of German broadcaster Südwestrundfun and features five tracks from one of Cannonball Adderley Quintet's many post-World War II European performances. Pianist Joe Zawinul's Rumpelstiltskin is edgy and upbeat, showcasing a hard-swinging side to the ensemble, while The Painted Dessert's range of moods and tempos sees the five musicians working together to create something special and idiosyncratic. 192 kHz, 24-bit, 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM. This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.
Cannonball Adderly Quintet-Legends Live:Liederhalle Stuttgart 1969-NEW CD. See 1 more picture. From soul jazz and blues (Sweet Emma, Why Am I Treated So Bad), to free-form contemporariness (Somewhere) and lollipops infused with canny commerciality (Work Song, Walk Tall), the listener is treated here to the sublime art of the quintet – even at a time when that classic bebop formation was already on the wane.