Bud Powell - Bud Powell At His Very Best 1949→1951 album flac
|A3||I'll Keep Lovin' You|
|A5||All God's Children Got Rhythm|
|A7||Body And Soul|
|B1||Sweet Georgia Brown|
|B2||Tea For Two|
|B6||The Last Time I Saw Paris|
|B7||Just One Of These Things|
- Bass – Ray Brown
- Drums – Max Roach
- Piano – Bud Powell
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The Genius of Bud Powell, originally titled Bud Powell's Moods, is a studio album by jazz pianist Bud Powell, released in 1956 by Mercury, Clef, featuring two sessions that Powell recorded in 1950 and 1951. The album was re-released on CD by Verve in 1992, with two additional takes of "Tea for Two". The sessions also appear on The Complete Bud Powell on Verve (1994) box set. The two sessions mark Powell's fourth recording date as leader, following on from the February 1950 session for Jazz Giant.
The Amazing Bud Powell, also called The Amazing Bud Powell, Vol. 1, is an album by jazz pianist Bud Powell, first released on Blue Note in April 1952, as a 10" vinyl. It is part of a loosely connected series with the 1954 companion The Amazing Bud Powell, Vol. 2 and the 1957 Bud! The Amazing Bud Powell (Vol. 3), all released on Blue Note. The album details two recording sessions
Songs in album Bud Powell - The Genius Of Bud Powell (1951). 1. Tea For Two (Take 5).
Although the latter is the best way to acquire the important performances, this CD gives one a strong sampling of pianist Bud Powell at his best. Powell is heard in a classic session with trumpeter Fats Navarro and tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins (which is highlighted by exciting versions of "Dance of the Infidels," "52nd Street Theme," and "Bouncing With Bud") and in a trio performing "Over the Rainbow" and three versions of his intense "Un Poco Loco.
Providing a healthy dose of pianist Bud Powell at his best, this classic album combines sessions recorded in 1949 and 1951 with two different lineups. Trumpeter Fats Navarro and tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins appear on the four tunes Powell recorded with a quintet in 1949. The other four songs, taken from the 1951 session, feature bassist Curly Russell and Max Roach on drums. Culled from Bud Powell's first two Amazing Bud Powell volumes, this LP features eight highlights from the bop pianist's inspired 1949-1951 run at Blue Note. 192 kHz, 24-bit, 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Studio Masters.
Earl Rudolph "Bud" Powell (September 27, 1924 – July 31, 1966) was an American jazz pianist. Though Thelonious Monk was a close friend and influence, his greatest piano influence was Art Tatum. Along with Charlie Parker, Monk, and Dizzy Gillespie, Powell was a leading figure in the development of modern jazz, or bebop. His virtuosity led many to call him the Charlie Parker of the piano
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Bud Powell Discography. 1944 (age 20). Cootie Williams Sextet. Cootie Williams, trumpet, vocals; Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, alto sax, vocals; Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, tenor sax; Bud Powell, piano; Norman Keenan, bass; Sylvester "Vess" Payne, drums. NYC, January 4, 1944. Phoenix Jazz LP 1 Cootie Williams Sextet And Orchestra Storyville (D) SLP 803 Cootie Williams And His Orchestra Hit 8089 Cootie Williams - You Talk A Little Trash, Floogie Boo Royale 331 Cootie Williams - Sweet Lorraine, Now I Know Hit 8090 Cootie Williams - I Don't Know, Gotta Do Some War Work, Baby.