25 mars 2017

Jazz printanier, samedi soir...

Le printemps à Berne, ce samedi 25 mars...

                                             

Le jardin de Lignières, ce samedi après-midi...

                                                     

Samedi soir, jazz...

Artie Shaw, de son vrai nom Arthur Jacob Arshawsky, est un clarinettiste et chef d'orchestre de jazz américain, né le 23 mai 1910 à New York et mort le 30 décembre 2004 à Los Angeles.

The Best of Artie Shaw | Jazz Music

THE BEST OF ARTIE SHAW

ARTIE SHAW AND HIS ORCHESTRA
All clarinet solos by Artie Shaw
arr. Jerry Gray, solos: Tony Pastor (ts)
1    Begin the Beguine (Porter) - July 24, 1938 (00:00)
solos: George Arus (tb), Johnny Best (tp), Les Burness (p), Tony Pastor (ts)
2    Back Bay Shuffle (Shaw - McRae) - July 24, 1938 (3:14)
arr. Jerry Gray & Artie Shaw, solos: Billie Holiday (voc)
3    Any Old Time (Shaw) - July 24, 1938 (06:29)
4    Nightmare (Shaw) (band's theme song) - Sept. 27, 1938 (09:40)
solos: Helen Forrest (voc), Tony Pastor (ts), George Arus (tb)
5    Room with a View (Coward) - Dec. 19, 1938) (12:29)
solos: Tony Pastor (ts)
6    Non-Stop Flight (Shaw) - Dec. 1, 1938 (15:57)
solos: Helen Forrest (voc)
7    Comes Love (Brown - Tobias - Stept) - June 12, 1939 (18:45)
arr. Ted McRae, solos: George Auld (ts), George Arus (tb), Bob Kitsis (p), Buddy Rich (dm)
8    Traffic Jam (McRae - Shaw) - June 12, 1939 (21:03)
solos: Helen Forrest (voc)
9    All the Things You Are (Kern - Hammerstein) - Oct. 26, 1939 (23:15)
arr. William Grant Still & Artie Shaw, solos: Jack Cave (horn), Dick Clark (ts), Mannie Klein (tp),
10    Frenesi (Dominguez) - March 3, 1940 (26:27)
ARTIE SHAW AND HIS GRAMERCY FIVE: Billy Butterfield (tp), Artie Shaw
(cl) Johnny Guarnieri (harpsichord), Al Hendrickson (g), Jud Denaut (b), Nick Fatool (dm)
11    Special Delivery Stomp (Shaw) - Sept. 3, 1940 (29:30)
ARTIE SHAW AND HIS ORCHESTRA
arr. Lennie Hayton & Artie Shaw, solos: Manny Klein (tp), Jack Jenney (tb)
12    Stardust (Carmichael - Parrish) - Oct. 7, 1940 (32:13)
arr. William Grant Still, solos: Johnny Guarnieri (p), Billy Butterfield (tp), Les Robinson (ts), Jerry Jerome (ts), Jack Jenney (tb)
13    Blues - parts 1&2 (Still) - Dec. 4, 1940 (35:44)
arr. Artie Shaw, solos: J.C. Higginbotham (tb), Benny Carter (as), Red Allen (tp)
14    I'm Confessin' (Neiburg - Reynolds) - June 26, 1941 (42:09)
arr. Bill Challis, solos: Hot Lips Page (voc, tp)
15    Blues in the Night (Mercer - Arlen) - Sept. 2, 1941 (45:29)
solos: Hot Lips Page (voc, tp), Les Robinson (as), Johnny Guarnieri (p), Ray Conniff (tb)
16    St. James Infirmary - parts 1&2 (Primrose) - Nov. 12, 1941 (48:43)
arr. Margie Gibson, solos: George Auld (ts), Hot Lips Page (tp)
17    Deuces Wild (Gibson) - Nov. 12, 1941 (55:00)
arr. Bill Challids, solos: Hot Lips Page (voc, tp), George Auld (ts
18    Take Your Shoes off, Baby (Austin) - Oct. 30, 1941 (57:10)
arr. Paul Jordan, solos: Les Robinson (as), Hot Lips Page (tp), Dave Tough (dm)
19    Suite N.8 (Jordan) - Dec. 23, 1941 (1:00:34)
arr. Jimmy Mundy, solos: Roy Eldridge (tp)
20    Lady Day (Mundy) - Jan. 9, 1945 (1:05:15)
arr. Eddie Sauter, solos: Roy Eldridge (tp), Dodo Marmarosa (p)
21    Summertime (Gershwin - DuBose) - Nov. 23, 1944 (1:08:16)
arr. Eddie Sauter, solos: Roy Eldridge (tp)
22    The Man I Love (Gershwin) - June 12, 1945 (1:13:17)
ARTIE SHAW AND HIS GRAMERCY FIVE: Roy Eldridge (tp), Arti Shaw (cl), Dodo Marmarosa (p), Barney Kessel (g), Morris Rayman (b), Lou Fromm (dm)
23    The Gentle Grifter (Shaw - Carleton) - July 31, 1945  (1:16:26)

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