New Year's Eve is no exception, and this CD captures the New Orleans party spirit live and on the road in New York. In what has become an ongoing tradition, Dr. Michael White & the Original Liberty Jazz Band take their polyphonic traditional jazz sound to the renowned Village Vanguard to ring out the old and ring in the new, Big Easy style. The joyous event has become quite a happening and is broadcast live on many NPR stations across the country. This CD was recorded in 1992, and can be played whenever you need a lift, or want to have an instant dance party
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Coltrane "Live" at the Village Vanguard is the tenth album by jazz musician John Coltrane and his first live album, released in 1962 on Impulse Records, catalogue A-10. It is the first album to feature the members of the classic quartet of himself with McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, and Elvin Jones. In contrast to his previous album for Impulse!, this one generated much turmoil among both critics and audience alike with its challenging music.
The Jazz album has 10 tracks. Hot Albums by Dr. Michael White.
Live at the Village Vanguard (Paul Motian album). Live at the Village Vanguard is a live album by Paul Motian's Trio 2000 + Two recorded at the Village Vanguard and released on the German Winter & Winter label in 2007.
The quintet was playing beautifully with a special mention to Billy Williams, killing it at the drums. Thank you Tim Warfield, Bruce Barth, Peter Washington and of course Terell Stafford. The Vanguard is a mythical place, an absolute must visit while in NYC. The place exhales history and I just love being there.
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Producer – Michael Cuscuna. Saxophone – Rene McLean. 모. Recorded live at the Village Vanguard in New York City on December 11 and 12, 1976. Remote recording facilities by Kaleb Sound, New York. Mastered and mixed at CBS Recording Studios, New York. Woody Shaw appears courtesy Muse Records and plays Bach trumpets exclusively. Interpak II by Shorewood Packaging Co. Lt. England.
The resulting album was New Jazz Conceptions and included drummer Paul Motian. Evans was an unknown entity then and the album sold a mere 800 copies in its first year. A few more albums followed, including the better-selling Everybody Digs Bill Evans in 1958, until Evans found the right musicians to form his vision of a jazz trio. That serendipitous event took place during an engagement Evans had at the Basin Street East club, playing the intermission breaks between sets by Benny Goodman who was making a comeback. Describing the experience of listening to this music, Ira Gitler wrote in the liner notes to the original Sunday at The Village Vanguard LP: In listening to the album, I find myself so absorbed that consciousness of my body disappears and I become as one larger ear, equipped only with my psyche. I am not aware of the act of listening.