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Jack Dieval And His Quartet, James Moody, Annie Ross - New Sounds From France mp3 album
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Performer: Jack Dieval And His Quartet
Title: New Sounds From France
Style: Bop
Year 1950
Genre: Jazz
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Jack Dieval And His Quartet, James Moody, Annie Ross - New Sounds From France mp3 album

The late great trumpeter took Moody under his wing and became his mentor, providing a jazz . With this album, Moody and Jones mark a milestone in music and have thankfully, and finally filled a void in jazz that has existed for far too long.

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Jack Dieval And His Quartet, James Moody, Annie Ross - New Sounds From France ‎(10", Album, Mono). 버전 판매. Annie Ross With The Tony Crombie 4-Tet. Annie Ross With The Tony Crombie 4-Tet - Annie By Candlelight (Album). Annie Ross And Buddy Bregman & His Orchestra - Gypsy (Album). World Pacific Records. Joe Williams, Dave Lambert (3), Jon Hendricks, Annie Ross Plus The Basie Band. Joe Williams, Dave Lambert (3), Jon Hendricks, Annie Ross Plus The Basie Band - Sing Along With Basie (Album).

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The James Moody Quartet/Octet. James Moody, tenor sax; Art Simmons, piano; Alvin "Buddy" Banks, bass; Clarence Terry, drums; Al Edwards, vocals. Lausanne, Switzerland, April 30, 1949. James Moody And His Cool Cats. James Moody, tenor sax; Thore Swanerud, piano; Yngve Akerberg, bass; Sven Bollhem, drums. Stockholm, Sweden, October 18, 1949. Prestige PRLP 157 New Sounds From France With James Moody Pacific (F) 2540 Jacques Dieval - Bebop Tune No. 1, Michele By Accident. Ulf Linde, vibes; Reinhold Svensson, piano; Rolf Berg, guitar; Gunnar Almstedt, bass; Anders Burman, drums.

Diéval's parents were also jazz musicians, who led an ensemble known as the DéDé Jazz Band. He studied music at the Douai Conservatory with Victor Gallois, and was playing professionally in Lille from age 14. After working briefly in 1942 at Tunis Radio, he relocated to Paris, where he worked with Alix Combelle from 1943 to 1946. After the war he worked with Don Byas, Noël Chiboust, Bill Coleman, Stephane Grappelli, James Moody, and Hubert Rostaing, and founded his own quintet in 1953, whose sidemen included Bill Tamper on trombone and Jean-Claude Fohrenbach on saxophone.

Moody is hanging with the French and the Swedes. They have been carefully studying the twists and turns of American bop. The arrangements are intricate and very contemporary. Don't worry about the goofy titles. This is progressive music, unusually advanced for its day. Annie Ross sings in her most bizarre, pleasantly disorienting manner during "Le Vent Vert. Russell Procope blossoms during a e excursion through "Perdido," neatly bisected during Pierre Michelot 's bass solo. Everybody ought to own a copy of this glorious disc.

King Pleasure Sings, Annie Ross Sings (1952). Tony Crombie and His Orchestra (1954) (Decca DFE6247). Annie by Candlelight (1956). Nocturne for Vocalist (EP) (1956). The Hottest New Group in Jazz (combines Lambert, Hendricks, & Ross, Sing Ellington, and High Flying) (1996). and More (combines Sings a Handful of Songs and four previously unreleased tracks recorded live in Tel Aviv in 1956) (2000). a b c d e f g Gavin, James (3 October 1993). A Free-Spirited Survivor Lands on Her Feet".

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Studio album by James Moody. If you haven't discovered him yet, this is a good place to start Track listing. All compositions by James Moody except as indicated.

Tracklist

A1 Be Bop Tune No.1
A2 Michelle By Accident
A3 Le Vent Vert
B1 Head Light
B2 Big Chief Peckham
B3 Stardust

Credits

  • Bass – Alvin Banks, Emmanuel Soudieux
  • Drums – Clarence Terry, Richie Frost
  • Piano – Art Simmons, Jack Diéval
  • Tenor Saxophone – James Moody
  • Trombone – Nat Peck
  • Vocals – Al Edwards, Annie Ross

Notes

Deep Groove (P) or Aka Ear is on both sides

New Sounds From France With James Moody
James Moody, tenor sax; Art Simmons, piano; Alvin "Buddy" Banks, bass; Clarence Terry, drums; Al Edwards, vocals.
Lausanne, Switzerland, April 30, 1949
ST3005 Stardust
ST3009 Moody And Soul
Nat Peck, trombone; James Moody, tenor sax; Jacques Dieval, piano; Emmanuel Soudieux, bass; Richie Frost, drums.
Paris, France, February 10, 1950
RE044 Bebop Tune No. 1
RE045 Michele By Accident
Nat Peck, trombone; James Moody, tenor sax; Jacques Dieval, piano; Emmanuel Soudieux, bass; Richie Frost, drums; Annie Ross, vocals #1.
Paris, France, February 22, 1950
1. RE058 Le Vent Vert
2. RE059 Emef
3. RE060 Head Light
4. RE061 Big Chief Peckham

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched ): PR-LP-157-A (P) (7E)
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched ): PR-LP-157-B (P) (7E)
Enditaling
Some very early Anni Ross vocals.... just wonderful ! Such a troubled but long and prolific career.