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The Best And The Most - Jazz At The Ojai Festivals Bowl Album

The Best And The Most - Jazz At The Ojai Festivals Bowl Album

Performer: The Best And The Most
Title: Jazz At The Ojai Festivals Bowl
Style: Dixieland, Hard Bop
Cat#: 27, S27
Label: Townhall Records
Size MP3 version: 2899 mb
Size FLAC version: 1670 mb
Size WMA version: 2306 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 365
Genre: Jazz

The Best And The Most - Jazz At The Ojai Festivals Bowl Album


1Maple Leaf Rag2:04
2I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues1:00
3I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town3:08
4Singing The Blues3:04
5A Hundred Years From Today4:00
6Little Rock Getaway3:56
7Black And Blue
9These Foolish Things
10Who's Sorry Now3:42
12As Time Goes By4:03
13I've Found A New Baby4:15
14Honeysuckle Rose3:56


Trumpeter John Best, the great tenor Eddie Miller, clarinetist Abe Most, trombonists Bob Havens and Abe Lincoln, pianists Ray Sherman who tears up Little Rock Getaway, Lou Busch and Lincoln Mayorga all three play on I've Found a New Baby, Dick Cary on alto horn, guitaristsinger Nappy Lamare, bassist Ray Leatherwood, drummer Nick Fatool and singer Ruth. Olay are all in excellent form. The veteran Dixieland and swing material is perfectly suitable to the talents of these consistently creative players. Pity that this spirited LP is difficult to find. Jazz At the Hollywood Bowl. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Ojai's allure made it easy to attract not only name soloists but the best Hollywood musicians for its ensembles. By 1949, The New York Times was running a composite sketch of participants in that year's festival, illustrating the Juilliard String Quartet rehearsing, the pianist Shura Cherkassky performing and Thor Johnson conducting. The idea of building programs or festivals around some kind of specific theme, I find not a compelling idea in general. The Ojai Festival Orchestra, composed of Southern California's most talented, sometimes legendary, studio musicians and freelance orchestral instrumentalists, has been the mainstay of the Ojai Festival over its lifespan. The Best And The Most. Jazz At The Ojai Festivals Bowl LP, Album. Townhall Records, Townhall Records. 이 버전 판매. ACM153ST. Various, Johannes Brahms, Benjamin Britten, Igor Stravinsky, Ralph Vaughan Williams. Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. Presents Spaces, Featuring Lil Buck & Jared Grimes Stories of a Groove: Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra with special guest Gerald Clayton Trio. Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra bring an animal ballet to life with dance collaborations, while CHJO kick off the night with a Southland premiere. Learn More. Jazz 2 - 4 wednesday evenings at 8PM. Buy Series. Wed, aug 1, 2018 - 8:00PM. TajMo: The Taj Mahal & Keb' Mo' Band , Melissa Etheridge , Deva Mahal. This site uses cookies to offer you the best possible experience. Libbey Bowl - Ojai, California 210 S Signal St, Ojai, California 93023 rated 4. The Ventura County Sheriffs Department has informed City staff that the evacuation orders for the Ojai Valley have been lifted for all areas, except for Highway North of Fairview Drive and Highway 150 East of Reeves Road, and the unincorporated areas west of Rice Road. Please exercise caution while driving in the area. New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, AprilMay In a city synonymous with the genre itself, expect nothing but the best of the best from New Orleans annual celebration of jazz. Experience NOLA culture through the Louisiana Folklife Village and special exhibits at The Grandstand, sample the regions famous Cajun and Creole cuisines, browse contemporary and traditional crafts, then mosey over to the stages to hear performances by chart-topping musicians who are decidedly soulful Steely Dan, Trombone Shorty, Ms. Lauryn Hill and some who are not so much Snoop Dogg, Nick Jonas. The 57 Most Influential Album Covers. For many of us, when it is played live is the best way to hear jazz. The unbridled spontaneity of brilliant musicians at the very top of the game, improvising and spurring each other on to greater creative heights. It was what Norman Granz, the man behind the Jazz At The Philharmonic concert series believed. He loved hearing jazz in the moment, and his concert series, collected on some of the worlds best live jazz albums, allowed so many to hear jazz for the first time outside of smokey clubs and in concert halls