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Posts Tagged ‘Blue Note’

Tribute to Freddie Hubbard

Frederick Dewayne Hubbard (April 7, 1938 – December 29, 2008) was an American jazz trumpeter, known primarily for playing in the bebop, hard bop, and post-bop styles from the early 1960s onwards. His unmistakable and influential tone contributed to new perspectives for modern jazz and bebop.

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Gibraltar
But Beautiful
The Black Angel
A Weaver Of Dreams
Arietis
Gypsy Blue
Red Clay
Body And Soul (Green, Heyman, Sour, Eyton).Freddie Hubbard
The Moontrane – Freddie Hubbard & Woody Shaw
Soul Surge
Here’s that rainy day

The Best of Blue Note No.10

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Ike Quebec – Topsy
Charlie Parker – Ornithology
Miles Davis – Jeru
Billie Holiday – Detour Ahead
Django Reinhardt – Coleman Hawkins – Out Of Nowhere.
Count Basie – Sleepwalker’s serenade
Gerry Mulligan – Ill Remember April
Bud Powell – Bouncin With Bud
Paul Chambers With John Coltrane – Tranes Blues (aka John Paul Jones)
James Moody – Moodys All Frantic

The Best of Blue Note no.9

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Hank Mobley – Remember
Serge Chaloff – All The Things You Are
Count Basie And Sarah Vaughan – Sarah Vaughan – You Go To My Hea
Gil Fuller And The Monterey Jazz Festival Orchestra Featuring Dizzy Gillespie – Man From Monterey
Jutta Hipp With Zoot Sims – Violets For Your Furs
Louis Armstrong And The Duke Ellington Orchestra – Azalea
Chet Baker – My Funny Valentine
Thelonious Monk – Ruby My Dear
Fats Navarro And Tadd Dameron – Lady Bird
Stan Getz – Lullaby Of Birdland

The Best of Blue Note no.8

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Wayne Shorter – Footprints
Thad Jones – April In Paris
Charles Mingus – Summertime
John Coltrane – One And Four
Duke Ellington And Louis Armstrong – Solitude
Herbie Nichols – Lady Sings The Blues
Sonny Clark – Dial S For Sonny
Lou Donaldson – Carvin The Rock
Duke Ellington – Fleurette Africaine
Freddie Hubbard – A Night In Tunisia

The Best of Blue Note No. 7

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Mccoy Tyner – Contemplation
Lee Morgan – The Sixth Sense
Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers – Look At The Birdie
Joe Lovano – Im All For You
Donald Byrd – Three Wishes
Herbie Hancock – Maiden Voyage
Joe Henderson – Mode For Joe
Johnny Griffin – Mil Dew
Stanley Jordan – Freddie Freeloade
Holly Cole – Javon Jackson – Hum Drum Blues

The Best of Blue Note No6

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Herbie Hancock – Oliloqui Valley
Walter Davis Jr. – Rhumba Nhumba
Michel Petrucciani – Limbo
Horace Silver – Que Pasa
Kenny Cox – Diahnn
Cannonball Adderley – Somethin Else
Sonny Rollins – Misterioso
Dexter Gordon – Love For Sale
Blue Mitchell – Fungii Mama
Donald Byrd – Shangri – La

The Best of Blue Note no3

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Grachan Moncur Iii – Monk In Wonderland
Sam Rivers – Luminous Monolith
Tony Williams – Tomorrow Afternoon
Chick Corea – Song Of The Wind
Don Cherry – The Thing
Andrew Hill – Siete Ocho
Eric Dolphy – Something Sweet Something Tender (rudy Van Gelder Edition)
Ornette Coleman Trio – Dee Dee
Larry Young – Visions
Wynton Marsalis – Donna Lee

The Best of Blue Note no2

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John Scofield – Do Like Eddie
Stacey Kent – Never Let Me Go
Patricia Barber – Morpheus
Terence Blanchard – Flow Part 1
Lee Konitz – Round Midnight
Gonzalo Rubalcaba – Silencio (silence)
David Axelrod – Holy Thursday
Dianne Reeves – Softly As In A Morning Sunrise
Jacky Terrasson – Un Poco Loco (alternate Take)

The Best of Blue Note no1

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Cassandra Wilson – The Very Thought Of You
Medeski Martin And Wood – Partido Alto.
Norah Jones – The Nearness Of You.
Amos Lee – Colors.
Marc Moulin – What
Jason Moran – Blue Blocks
Robert Glasper – Maiden Voyage – Everything In Its Right Place.
Lionel Loueke Featuring Herbie Hancock – Seven Teens
Martial Solal – Body And Soul
Joe Lovano – Oh
T.s. Monk – Ron Carter – Evidence

about the Blue Note
Since its inception in 1981, Blue Note has become one of the premier jazz clubs in the world and a cultural institution in Greenwich Village. Owner and founder Danny Bensusan had a vision to create a jazz club in Greenwich Village that would treat deserving artists with respect, while allowing patrons to see the world’s finest jazz musicians in a close, comfortable setting. Artists who had stopped playing in jazz clubs decades before, such as Sarah Vaughn, Lionel Hampton, Dizzy Gillespie, Stanley Turrentine, Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown, and Tito Puente, soon called Blue Note home.

Jazz is undoubtedly America’s music, and while Blue Note strives to preserve the history of jazz, the club is a place where progression and innovation – the foundations of jazz – are encouraged and practiced on a nightly basis. In addition to the main acts that feature the likes of Chick Corea, McCoy Tyner, Joe Lovano, John Scofield, and Chris Botti, Blue Note has introduced the Monday Night Series and the bi-weekly Late Night Groove Series to showcase New York’s up-and-coming jazz, soul, hip-hop, R&B and funk artists. Blue Note has been instrumental in encouraging the development of Greenwich Village’s local musicians by giving them a chance to perform in one of the world’s finest venues. Currently, there are two Blue Notes located in Japan and one in Milan, Italy.


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