Chant is an album by American trumpeter Donald Byrd recorded in 1961 but not released on the Blue Note label until 1979. I'm an Old Cowhand from the Rio Grande" (Johnny Mercer) – 7:39. You're Next" (Donald Byrd) – 7:25. Chant" (Duke Pearson) – 8:50. That's All" (Alan Brandt, Bob Haymes) – 9:33. Great God" (Byrd) – 6:58.
By: Donald Byrd (1958, Jazz). More albums from Donald Byrd: A City Called Heaven by Donald Byrd. I Giganti Del Jazz Vol. 20 by Donald Byrd. 2 Trumpets by Donald Byrd. Blackjack by Donald Byrd. At The Half Note Cafe, Vol. 2 by Donald Byrd. Quartet-Quintet by Donald Byrd. Byrd Jazz by Donald Byrd. Caricatures by Donald Byrd. View all albums . Byrd In Paris. By: Donald Byrd (1958, Jazz). 1. Dear Old Stockholm.
Donald Byrd, trumpet; Gigi Gryce, alto sax; Wynton Kelly, piano; Wendell Marshall, bass; Art Taylor, drums; Jackie Paris, vocals, banjo NYC, September 3, 1957. Donald Byrd - Byrd In Flight (Blue Note CDP 7243 8 52435 2 3). Donald Byrd, trumpet; Hank Mobley, tenor sax; Duke Pearson, piano; Doug Watkins, bass; Lex Humphries, drums. Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, January 17, 1960.
Fancy Free (Donald Byrd album). Fancy Free is an album by jazz trumpeter Donald Byrd, recorded in 1969 and released by Blue Note Records the following year.
Trumpeter Donald Byrd spent a few months in France in 1958, and a Paris concert resulted in two LPs' worth of material. Byrd's quintet at the time included Bobby Jaspar (on tenor and flute), pianist Walter Davis, J. bassist Doug Watkins, and drummer Art Taylor. Byrd was just beginning to find his own sound in the late '50s and he is in excellent form on "Dear Old Stockholm," Sonny Rollins' "Paul's Pal," Jaspar's "Flute Blues," "Ray's Idea," and "The Blues Walk. This is a fine all-around hard bop session . EAC extraction logfile from 3. April 2013, 15:31. Donald Byrd, Byrd in Paris. Used drive : hp BD RW BD-5750H Adapter: 0 ID: 1. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.
One Flight Up Releases. When he expatriated to Scandinavia just before this session in Paris was recorded, Dexter Gordon said he was liberated in many ways, as a jazz musician and as a human being. Donald Byrd - trumpet Wayne Shorter - tenor saxophone Herbie Hancock - piano Butch Warren - bass Billy Higgins - drums. Jazz trumpet virtuoso Donald Byrd was already a decade into his relationship with Blue Note when Fancy Free made its jazz chart debut on 3 January 1970.
Black Byrd, The Best of Donald Byrd. 5. Places and Spaces, The Best of Donald Byrd. 6. Street Lady, The Best of Donald Byrd. 7. Love Has Come Around, Love Byrd. 8. Stepping Into Tomorrow, Stepping Into Tomorrow. Free Form (Full Album Plus Bonus Tracks). Byrd in Flight (Full Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1959). Off to the Races (Full Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1959). Live In Paris '58. 0.