Sunday, 7 September 2008

Joe Zawinul - The Rise & Fall Of The Third Stream Money In The Pocket 1994 {Rhino 71675} [FLAC]




Joe Zawinul

The Rise & Fall Of The Third Stream

Money In The Pocket

1994

2 Albums in 1 Cd
RHINO/Atlantic 8122-71675-2









The Rise & Fall Of The Third Stream

1965



01 - Baptismal (Fischer) (07:37)
02 - The Soul of a Village, Pt. 1 (Fischer) (02:13)
03 - The Soul of a Village, Pt. 2 (Fischer) (04:12)
04 - The Fifth Canto (Fischer) (06:55)
05 - From Vienna, With Love (Gulda) (04:27)
06 - Lord, Lord, Lord (Fischer) (03:55)
07 - A Concerto, Retitled (Fischer) (05:30 )



Money In The Pocket

1966


08 - Money in the Pocket (Zawinul) (04:46)
09 - If (Henderson) (03:56)
10 - My One and Only Love (Mellin, Wood) (03:50 )
11 - Midnight Mood (Raleigh, Zawinul) (06:05)
12 - Some More of Dat (Jones) (06:00 )
13 - Sharon's Waltz (Stephenson) (05:03)
14 - Riverbed (Zawinul) (05:08 )
15 - Del Sasser (Jones) (04:45)


Total time : 73:35 min.









Genre : Jazz

Audio quallity : Lossless / FLAC / CUE / LOG

Scans @ 300dpi included

File Size : 431 Mb





Review by Scott Yanow, AllMusic.com Записано:
Two of keyboardist Joe Zawinul's finest recordings as a leader were reissued on this single CD. The Money in the Pocket album from 1965 features Zawinul on acoustic piano in a sextet with trumpeter Blue Mitchell, tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson, and baritone saxophonist Pepper Adams playing superior hard bop, highlighted by the funky title cut, "If," and "My One and Only Love." The other session utilizes a string quartet, trumpeter Jimmy Owens, and the tenor and arrangements of William Fischer. Its diverse music hints at fusion (Zawinul doubles on electric piano) and has many colorful moments. This gem of a CD is highly recommended.

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Jan Garbarek,Anourar Brahem,Shaukat Hussain - Madar 1994 [ECM 1515] [FLAC]




Jan Garbarek

Anourar Brahem Shaukat Hussain

Madar

1994

ECM 1515








01 - Sull Lull (16:51 min.)
02 - Madar (11:14 min.)
03 - Sebika (05:32 min.)
04 - Bahia (10:20 min.)
05 - Ramy (03:00 min.)
06 - Jaw (08:04 min.)
07 - Joron (06:29 min.)
08 - Qaws (15:12 min.)
09 - Epilogue (00:52 min.)


Total time : 77:34 min.









Genre : Jazz / Fusion / Ethno

Audio quallity : Lossless / FLAC / CUE / LOG

File Size : 324 Mb








Line-up/Musicians

Jan Garbarek : tenor and soprano saxophones
Anourar Brahem : oud
Ustad Shaukat Hussain : tabla





Review by Scott Yanow, AllMusic.com :
On this CD Jan Garbarek (doubling on tenor and soprano) is accompanied only by Anouar Brahem on oud and Ustad Shaukat Hussain's tabla. Garbarek shows off his distinctive tones and lyricism on a set of gradually developing group originals, two of which are based on traditional Norwegian melodies. It may take some time for listeners to get into this music and notice the fire beneath the ice but the close communication between the players is apparent from the start. Jan Garbarek has succeeded in carving out his own unique niche in improvised music and Madar (which also has individual features for Brahem and Shaukat) is a good example of how he can create a great deal out of what seems like very little.