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  1. Artist:Pepper Adams Title:Hollywood Quintet Sessions Year Of Release:2008 Label:Fresh Sound Genre:Jazz Quality:Mp3 / 320kbps Total Time:76:07 min Total Size:173 MB Tracklist -- 01. Muezzin' 02. Unforgettable 03. Baubles, Bangles and Beads 04. My One and Only Love 05. Freddie Froo 06. Minor Mishap 07. Blackout Blues 08. High Step 09. Zec 10. Alone Together 11. 5021 12. Four Funky Folk Music in general, jazz in particular, and notably baritone saxophonist Pepper Adams all had a breakthrough year in 1957. Given his New Star award in Down Beat magazine's critics poll and much acclaim working with the Stan Kenton Orchestra, Adams left Detroit that year for important recording sessions on both the East and West Coasts. Teamed here with musicians based in the Los Angeles area, Adams proved as adept at hard bop as with the cool school sound the California jazzmen had established. Two dates from the summer of 1957 (Pepper Adams Quintet for the Mode label and Critics' Choice from Pacific Jazz) feature drummer Mel Lewis on all the cuts, with help from pianists Carl Perkins or Jimmy Rowles, Kenton trumpeters Stu Williamson or Lee Katzman, bassist Leroy Vinnegar, and on the second assemblage fellow Detroiter bassist Doug Watkins. The result is a solid collection of standards and compositions from emerging Motor City jazzmen Tommy Flanagan, Barry Harris, Thad Jones, and Adams. The distinguished sound of the baritone makes for an intriguing partnership alongside the brass of Williamson or Katzman. Five tracks with the Perkins/Williamson combine produced the calypso to hard bop "Muezzin'," with a singing trumpet followed by baritone, and "Freddie Froo," a hard bopper based on the same batting order, both originals by the leader. A spry version of the usually mundane "Unforgettable," a frantic, wow factor-saturated take of "Baubles, Bangles and Beads," and the tender, deep, and mellow "My One and Only Love" round out the first session. Katzman plays very well, trumping his relatively little-known status on three of the next eight tracks. He's excellent taking the lead on Flanagan's now legendary "Minor Mishap," adds to the breezy cool of "High Step" from the pen of Harris, and assists the band in bright, inventive, and adroit 4/4 to 3/4 time changes during the Thad Jones number "5021." Rowles in particular consistently stands out for his inserted solo segments on "5021," and manhandles the other Thad Jones contribution, a furious flyer titled "Zec," in a way original boppers Charlie Parker and Miles Davis would be envious of. His piano leads are simply elegant and refined on two more originals written by Adams: on the bluesy "Four Funky Folk" (originally on the World Pacific LP Blowin' the Blues) and especially during his feature on "Blackout Blues." Of course, Mel Lewis is the consummate professional with every swinging note. But the star here is Adams, emerging with brimming confidence and a solid concept beyond his peers and influences, and exhibiting a style that perfectly reflects his highly intelligent, dry, quick-witted, and fluid personality. For fans and students of the big horn, this is a homework project, and a testament to one of the greatest players of all time on his instrument. Personnel: Pepper Adams - baritone saxophone; Stu Williamson, Lee Katzman - trumpet; Carl Perkins , Jimmy Rowles - piano; Leroy Vinnegar, Doug Watkins - bass; Mel Lewis - drums DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/83570A579A572AE/bfx4f.P.A.H.Q.S.320kbps.rarhttp://rapidgator.net/file/5ad32aa3f801d450a9d8572c02e8169a/bfx4f.P.A.H.Q.S.320kbps.rarhttp://uploaded.net/file/vgm39r7z/bfx4f.P.A.H.Q.S.320kbps.rar
  2. Artist:Pepper Adams Title:Hollywood Quintet Sessions Year Of Release:2008 Label:Fresh Sound Genre:Jazz Quality:Mp3 / 320kbps Total Time:76:07 min Total Size:173 MB Tracklist -- 01. Muezzin' 02. Unforgettable 03. Baubles, Bangles and Beads 04. My One and Only Love 05. Freddie Froo 06. Minor Mishap 07. Blackout Blues 08. High Step 09. Zec 10. Alone Together 11. 5021 12. Four Funky Folk Music in general, jazz in particular, and notably baritone saxophonist Pepper Adams all had a breakthrough year in 1957. Given his New Star award in Down Beat magazine's critics poll and much acclaim working with the Stan Kenton Orchestra, Adams left Detroit that year for important recording sessions on both the East and West Coasts. Teamed here with musicians based in the Los Angeles area, Adams proved as adept at hard bop as with the cool school sound the California jazzmen had established. Two dates from the summer of 1957 (Pepper Adams Quintet for the Mode label and Critics' Choice from Pacific Jazz) feature drummer Mel Lewis on all the cuts, with help from pianists Carl Perkins or Jimmy Rowles, Kenton trumpeters Stu Williamson or Lee Katzman, bassist Leroy Vinnegar, and on the second assemblage fellow Detroiter bassist Doug Watkins. The result is a solid collection of standards and compositions from emerging Motor City jazzmen Tommy Flanagan, Barry Harris, Thad Jones, and Adams. The distinguished sound of the baritone makes for an intriguing partnership alongside the brass of Williamson or Katzman. Five tracks with the Perkins/Williamson combine produced the calypso to hard bop "Muezzin'," with a singing trumpet followed by baritone, and "Freddie Froo," a hard bopper based on the same batting order, both originals by the leader. A spry version of the usually mundane "Unforgettable," a frantic, wow factor-saturated take of "Baubles, Bangles and Beads," and the tender, deep, and mellow "My One and Only Love" round out the first session. Katzman plays very well, trumping his relatively little-known status on three of the next eight tracks. He's excellent taking the lead on Flanagan's now legendary "Minor Mishap," adds to the breezy cool of "High Step" from the pen of Harris, and assists the band in bright, inventive, and adroit 4/4 to 3/4 time changes during the Thad Jones number "5021." Rowles in particular consistently stands out for his inserted solo segments on "5021," and manhandles the other Thad Jones contribution, a furious flyer titled "Zec," in a way original boppers Charlie Parker and Miles Davis would be envious of. His piano leads are simply elegant and refined on two more originals written by Adams: on the bluesy "Four Funky Folk" (originally on the World Pacific LP Blowin' the Blues) and especially during his feature on "Blackout Blues." Of course, Mel Lewis is the consummate professional with every swinging note. But the star here is Adams, emerging with brimming confidence and a solid concept beyond his peers and influences, and exhibiting a style that perfectly reflects his highly intelligent, dry, quick-witted, and fluid personality. For fans and students of the big horn, this is a homework project, and a testament to one of the greatest players of all time on his instrument. Personnel: Pepper Adams - baritone saxophone; Stu Williamson, Lee Katzman - trumpet; Carl Perkins , Jimmy Rowles - piano; Leroy Vinnegar, Doug Watkins - bass; Mel Lewis - drums DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/E660562E9E3EC77/lv5cc.P.A.H.Q.S.320kbps.rarhttp://rapidgator.net/file/914f56184d5945001fcdc7ea2f672ada/lv5cc.P.A.H.Q.S.320kbps.rarhttp://uploaded.net/file/19wzbt98/lv5cc.P.A.H.Q.S.320kbps.rar
  3. Artist:Marquis Hill Title:The Way We Play Year Of Release:2016 Label:Concord Jazz Genre:Jazz Quality:Mp3 / 320kbps Total Time:46:02 min Total Size:105 MB Tracklist - 01. Welcome / Sirius (Bull's Theme) 02. Medley: The Way We Play / Minority 03. Prelude 04. Moon Rays 05. My Foolish Heart 06. Polka Dots and Moonbeams 07. Fly Little Bird Fly 08. Maiden Voyage 09. Straight, No Chaser 10. Beep Durple 11. Juan's Interlude 12. Smile Prior to winning the Thelonious Monk Institute's International Jazz Competition in 2014, trumpeter Marquis Hill was already a formidable presence on the Chicago jazz scene. An adroit improviser and educator, Hill had taken home several accolades, including his first place win in the 2013 Carmine Caruso International Jazz Trumpet Solo Competition. His Monk Institute performance merely cemented the notion that Hill was a jazz artist who'd arrived. As part of his prize for winning the Monk contest, he earned a record deal with the Concord label, and 2016's The Way We Play is the result. While the album is certainly a showcase for Hill's fluid talents as an improvisor, it also works to showcase his skills as a bandleader. As with his 2014 effort, Modern Flows EP, Vol. 1, The Way We Play finds Hill leading his Blacktet, a group of longtime collaborators including saxophonist Christopher McBride, vibraphonist Justin Thomas, drummer Makaya McCraven, and bassist Joshua Ramos. Thoughtfully organic and rife with a groove-oriented, hip-hop-informed style, the Blacktet is at once contemporary and steeped in modern jazz tradition. Essentially, Hill balances both of these strengths on The Way We Play, largely touching upon songs from the jazz canon re-arranged in his own fluid, soulfully articulated style. As if to playfully underline his Chicago spirit, Hill also re-creates the Chicago Bulls game-opening theme replete with vocalist Meagan McNeal introducing his band. He then moves through a set of well-curated covers including a sophisticated version of "My Foolish Heart," featuring vocalist Christie Dashiell and a kinetic take on Horace Silver's "Moon Rays," in which McCraven plays a frenzied drum style reminiscent of electronic drum and bass beats. Hill is a dynamic performer whose trumpet can be hushed and breathy one minute, and boldly clarion the next. Aesthetically, while he fits into the Freddie Hubbard mold with flashes of Wynton Marsalis and Clifford Brown, he's also a deeply rooted trumpeter with an array of influences, demonstrated here by his Afro-Cuban take on Donald Byrd's "Fly Little Bird Fly" and his choice to tackle Carmell Jones' knotty "Beep Durple." His technique can dazzle, as evidenced by his lithe squealing-at-the-clouds solo on Thelonious Monk's "Straight, No Chaser." However, he's also a canny romantic whose supple, burnished tone can pull you deeper into a melody as he does on his largely rubato take on the ballad "Polkadots and Moonbeams." Elsewhere, he delivers a languid take on fellow Chicagoan Herbie Hancock's "Maiden Voyage," and even makes room for incisive social commentary via a spoken word poem from writer Harold Green III on "The Way We Play/Minority." Ultimately, The Way We Play illustrates Hill's award-winning sound, a sound that should appeal broadly to listeners hungry for a stylish, subtly forward-thinking approach to post-bop jazz, and to those who simply enjoy a warmly delivered standard. ~ Matt Collar Personnel: Marquis Hill (trumpet, flugelhorn); Meagan McNeal, Christie Dashiell (vocals); Christopher McBride (alto saxophone); Vincent Gardner (trombone); Justin "Justefan" Thomas (vibraphone); Makaya McCraven (drums); Juan Pastor (percussion). DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/4B43EE9931321E1/d9630.M.H.T.W.W.P.2016.320kbps.rarhttp://rapidgator.net/file/f359809e626fa6b82be84b01c93a2ea5/d9630.M.H.T.W.W.P.2016.320kbps.rarhttp://uploaded.net/file/zu9rlx9n/d9630.M.H.T.W.W.P.2016.320kbps.rar
  4. Fukri [2017] Download Malayalam iTunes (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - EP 320KBps M4A ZippyMovieZ ExCluSivE Download All in one Zip File
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