Cole Porter & George Gershwin Canções Versões R$25,00

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“Cole Porter, George Gershwin – Canções, Versões” é a realização de um projeto do letrista Carlos Rennó, reunindo pela primeira vez em disco um conjunto de seus trabalhos como versionista. O CD apresenta uma seleção de catorze músicas dos dois grandes compositores da era clássica da canção americana – sete de cada. O repertório reúne canções dos anos 20 aos 40 que Cole Porter (1891 – 1962) e George (1898 – 1937) e Ira Gershwin (1896 – 1983) compuseram para musicais da Broadway ou Hollywood.

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Cole Porter & George Gershwin Canções Versões R$25,00

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Splinks Kontrans 739 Importado R$50,00

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Splinks é uma banda de modern jazz da Holanda.

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Splinks Kontrans 739 Importado R$50,00

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Hubert Laws Quincy Jones Chick Corea Blanchard New Earth Sonata Importado R$50,00

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Illinois jacket Flying Home The best of the Verve Years Importado R$30,00

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One of the great tenors, Illinois Jacquet’s 1942 “Flying Home” solo is considered the first R&B sax solo, and spawned a full generation of younger tenors (including Joe Houston and Big Jay McNeely) who built their careers from his style, and practically from that one song. Jacquet, whose older brother Russell (1917-1990) was a trumpeter who sometimes played in his bands, grew up in Houston, and his tough tone and emotional sound defined the Texas tenor school. After playing locally, he moved to Los Angeles where, in 1941, he played with Floyd Ray. He was the star of Lionel Hampton’s 1942 big band (“Flying Home” became a signature song for Jacquet, Hampton, and even Illinois Jacquet’ successor Arnett Cobb), and also was with Cab Calloway (1943-1944) and well featured with Count Basie (1945-1946). Jacquet’s playing at the first Jazz at the Philharmonic concert (1944) included a screaming solo on “Blues” that found him biting on his reed to achieve high-register effects; the crowd went wild. He repeated the idea during his appearance in the 1944 film short Jammin’ the Blues. In 1945, Jacquet put together his own band, and both his recordings and live performances were quite exciting. He appeared with JATP on several tours in the 1950s, recorded steadily, and never really lost his popularity. In the 1960s, he sometimes doubled on bassoon (usually for a slow number such as “‘Round Midnight”) and it was an effective contrast to his stomping tenor. In the late ’80s, Jacquet started leading an exciting part-time big band that only recorded one album, an Atlantic date from 1988. Through the years, Illinois Jacquet (whose occasional features on alto are quite influenced by Charlie Parker) has recorded as a leader for such labels as Apollo, Savoy, Aladdin, RCA, Verve, Mercury, Roulette, Epic, Argo, Prestige, Black Lion, Black & Blue, JRC, and Atlantic. Illinois Jacquet died on July 22, 2004.

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Illinois jacket Flying Home The best of the Verve Years Importado R$30,00

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Wynton Marsalis Tune in tomorrow R$25,00

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This soundtrack recording is very significant in the career of Wynton Marsalis. For the first time the trumpeter displayed a sound of his own; the Miles Davis influence was finally gone. In addition Marsalis not only debuted with his septet (which consisted of trombonist Wycliffe Gordon, altoist Wes AndersonTodd Williams on tenor, soprano and clarinet, pianist Marcus Roberts, bassist Reginald Veal and drummer Herlin Riley) but, in writing this score, Marsalis showed how talented an arranger he was; very much in the Duke Ellington tradition but without resorting to copying. The 16 selections are sometimes a bit fragmented (a few use extra personnel including clarinetist Michael White on six tracks and vocals by Shirley Horn and Johnny Adams) but they hold up very well apart from the movie and have plenty of spirit and humor.

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Tuck & Patti Learning how to fly R$25,00

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Tuck & Patti are an American jazz duo, whose members are the married couple guitarist William Charles “Tuck” Andress (born Oct. 28, 1952 in Tulsa, Oklahoma) and singer Patricia “Patti” Cathcart Andress (born October 4, 1949 in San Francisco)

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Tuck & Patti Learning how to fly R$25,00

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