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Wynton Marsalis Septet - Live At The Village Vanguard album

Wynton Marsalis Septet - Live At The Village Vanguard album Performer: Wynton Marsalis Septet
Title: Live At The Village Vanguard
Style: Swing, Bop, Post Bop
Date of release: 1999
Country: US
Size MP3: 1748 mb
Size FLAC: 1383 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Trumpet – Wynton Marsalis. Recorded live at the Village Vanguard, New York City on 9-10 March 1990, 3 & 7 July 1991, 3-5 December 1993, 2-4 December 1994. Here comes Wynton Marsalis with a whopping seven CDs culled from septet performances at the Vanguard from 1990 through 1994. The music is cleverly presented: Each disc represents a different night of the week, starting on Monday and wrapping up with Sunday. But music spanning four years and three different sets of personnel is juxtaposed to create the illusion of a single club set.

Wynton Marsalis Septet. Live At The Village Vanguard ‎(8xCD, Album + Box). The music is cleverly presented: Each disc represents a different night of the week, starting on Monday and wrapping up with Sunday

The well-drilled septet was capable of assimilating a varied, if selective, spectrum of jazz tradition, from the New Orleans funeral music and handkerchief-waving street sass of "Flee As a Bird to the Mountain/Happy Feet Blues" to the sizzling post-bop of "The Cat in the Hat Is Back. Their indefatigable trumpeter/leader is the most liberated, expressive player of the lot. Along with a selection of standards and originals, there are also full-length and excerpted live treatments of some of Marsalis' extended pieces

Wynton Marsalis Septet. Live At the Village Vanguard, 1999. Wynton Marsalis Septet. The Majesty of the Blues, 15:45.

CD1: 01. Welcome ( (0:40) 02. Cherokee (6:54) 03. The Egyptian Blues (8:10) 04. Embraceable you (5:27) 05. Black Codes From The Underground (16:33) 06. Harriet Tubman (13:42) 07. Monk's Mood (3:01) 08. And The Band Played On (5:35) 09. The Cat In The Hat Is Back (9:28) 10. (Set Break) (6:45). Wynton Marsalis - trumpet Marcus Roberts - piano Eric Reed - piano Herlin Riley - drums Reginald Veal - bass Ben Wolfe - bass Wessel Anderson - alto saxophone Victor Goines - clarinet, soprano & tenor saxophone Tod Williams - clarinet, soprano & tenor saxophone Wycliffe Gordon - trombone.

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Free download and listen Live At The Village Vanguard. Wynton Marsalis, Wynton Marsalis Septet, Джордж Гершвин. Tracks count: 60. Views: 39. Wynton Marsalis Septet - Cherokee 06:53. Wynton Marsalis - Welcome 3 00:35.

Tracklist

Welcome (#1) 0:41
Cherokee 6:53
The Egyptian Blues 8:11
Embraceable You 5:26
Black Codes From The Underground 16:33
Harriet Tubman 13:42
Monk's Mood 3:01
And The Band Played On 5:35
The Cat In The Hat Is Back 9:22
(Set Break) 3:28
Welcome (#2) 1:21
Uptown Ruler 14:21
Down Home With Homey 17:56
Reflections 6:07
Jig's Jig 12:13
Sometimes It Goes Like That 6:49
In A Sentimental Mood 3:47
Knozz-Moe-King 8:23
(Set Break) 5:32
Welcome (#3) 0:36
Buggy Ride 8:36
I'll Remember April 8:05
Stardust 5:20
In The Court Of King Oliver 7:51
Bona & Paul 2:09
Four In One 11:55
Way Back Blues 6:45
Rubber Bottom 6:11
Midnight In Paris 3:43
Play The Blues And Go 8:56
(Set Break) 5:05
Welcome (#4) 1:58
Pedro's Getaway 16:30
Evidence 4:27
Embraceable You 12:12
A Long Way 12:39
The Arrival 12:57
Misterioso 6:01
Happy Birthday 1:02
The Seductress 4:36
(Set Break) 3:54
Welcome (#5) 0:31
The Majesty Of The Blues 15:45
Flee As A Bird To The Mountain 3:13
Happy Feet Blues 6:27
Thelonious 4:47
Stardust 6:45
Intro To Buddy Bolden 2:09
Buddy Bolden 5:47
Swing Down Swing Town 9:35
Bright Mississippi 8:40
(Set Break) 3:04
Welcome (#6) 0:57
Citi Movement 40:24
Winter Wonderland 9:03
Brother Veal 4:30
Cherokee 11:52
Juba And A O'Brown Squaw 4:48
Welcome (#7) 0:34
In The Sweet Embrace Of Life 55:00
Local Announcements 4:46
Altar Call 10:42
Final Statement 5:59

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CXK 69876 Wynton Marsalis Septet Live At The Village Vanguard ‎(7xCD + Box) Columbia CXK 69876 US 1999
CXK 69876, D 207559 Wynton Marsalis Septet Live At The Village Vanguard ‎(7xCD, Club + Box, Club) Columbia, BMG Direct CXK 69876, D 207559 US 1999
CXK 69876 Wynton Marsalis Septet Live At The Village Vanguard ‎(8xCD, Album + Box) Columbia CXK 69876 US 2000


User reviews
Jox
Семидисковый бокс-сет, выпущенный Уинтоном Марсалисом по результатам концертов его септета в легендарном нью-йоркском клубе Village Vanguard с 1990 по 1994 гг. (оригинальные записи делались в рамках серии концертов Уинтона, передававшихся Национальным общественным радио США). Над звуком этой работы трудилось полтора десятка человек - от инженеров передвижных студий в дни концертов до Тодда Уайтлока, который все эти пленки сводил в студиях Sony в Нью-Йорке. В результате получилось добротное, очень плотное концертное звучание (впрочем, в Vanguard обычно так и получается - очень способствует уникальная акустика этого подвальчика), с массивным, четким басом, чуть слишком звонкими тарелками, хорошо проработанной духовой секцией и мягкой, слегка замутненной ведущей трубой.
Fenrinos
By DAVID ADLER, Published: January 1, 2000 And you thought the recent four-disc collection of Coltrane’s 1961 Village Vanguard recordings was a lot to chew on. Here comes Wynton Marsalis with a whopping seven CDs culled from septet performances at the Vanguard from 1990 through 1994. The music is cleverly presented: Each disc represents a different night of the week, starting on Monday and wrapping up with Sunday. But music spanning four years and three different sets of personnel is juxtaposed to create the illusion of a single club set. In other words, a tune recorded in 1990 might be followed by one recorded in 1994, with the changing lineups clearly differentiated as “Band 1,” “Band 2,” or “Band 3.” The audience applause is seamlessly edited, so you don’t know you’re listening to different bands from different years unless you carefully consult the track and personnel breakdown in the booklet.Unlike the austere Coltrane, who utters not a word on his Vanguard tapes, Marsalis is something of an extrovert, a showman. Each disc begins with his funny, entertaining banter, setting a lively and light-hearted tone. Despite their seriousness of purpose, Wynton and his colleagues have a consistently good time. And oh, can they play. One can fault Wynton for his traditionalism and all the rest, but show me someone who has his horn more together. Listen to his solo on Monk’s “Four In One.” Listen to the killer arrangement, for that matter. Listen to both dazzling takes of “Stardust.” Dig pianist Eric Reed’s revelatory solo on “Knozz-moe-king,” one of Wynton’s early originals. Witness the excitement created by bassist Reginald Veal during his riveting introduction to “Down Home with Homey.” Or the steady heat and light generated by Wessell “Warm Daddy” Anderson on alto and sopranino saxophones and Wycliffe “Pine Cone” Gordon on trombone, or “trambone,” as Wynton routinely pronounces it.Everything in this collection is arranged and executed with consummate skill. But I tend to prefer the advanced and somewhat dark post-bop sensibility of early pieces such as “Black Codes from the Underground” and “Knozz-moe-king” or later works like “Harriet Tubman” and “The Majesty of the Blues.” Monk tunes are abundant, and also superb. Readings of “Monk’s Mood,” “Reflections,” “Four In One,” “Misterioso,” “Thelonius,” and “Bright Mississippi” ought to bolster Wynton’s reputation as an able interpreter of Monk’s music. On the other hand, epic suites such as “Citi Movement” and “In the Sweet Embrace of Life” — at forty-four and fifty-five minutes, respectively — strike me as bloated, unfocused, and self-indulgent. And tunes like “In the Court of King Oliver” and “Buddy Bolden,” though brilliantly played, are somehow stilted in their didacticism. Wynton wants to convey something of the flavor and folklore of early jazz, but his gestures to the past can come across as imperious and condescending — not to mention repetitive, especially when sprinkled throughout seven CDs of continuous music.Many have argued that Wynton’s attempts to preserve “The Tradition” come at the expense of innovation and cannot breathe new life into the art form. Wynton-bashing is widespread, and it stems from an aesthetic and political viewpoint that has merit. But let’s not deny the man’s staggering talent and the cultural contributions he’s made. More people are playing and listening to jazz thanks largely to him. In the January 2000 issue of Downbeat a critic complained of “the Wynton Marsalisification of jazz” throughout the 90s. I can think of worse things. ~David R. Adler, 12/28/99 personnel: Band 1 — Wynton Marsalis, trumpet; Wessell Anderson, alto saxophone; Todd Williams, tenor and soprano saxophones, clarinet; Wycliffe Gordon, trombone; Marcus Roberts, piano; Reginald Veal, bass; Herlin Riley, drums. Band 2 — Wynton Marsalis, trumpet; Wessell Anderson, alto and sopranino saxophones; Victor Goines, tenor and soprano saxophones, clarinet; Wycliffe Gordon, trombone; Eric Reed, piano; Reginald Veal, bass; Herlin Riley, drums. Band 3 — Wynton Marsalis, trumpet; Wessell Anderson, alto saxophone; Victor Goines, tenor and soprano saxophones, clarinet; Wycliffe Gordon, trombone; Eric Reed, piano; Ben Wolfe, bass; Herlin Riley, drums. tracks: Disc 1 — Welcome; Cherokee; The Egyptian Blues; Embraceable You; Black Codes from the Underground; Harriet Tubman; Monk’s Mood; And the Band Played On; The Cat in the Hat is Back; Set Break. Disc 2 — Welcome #2; Uptown Ruler; Down Home with Homey; Reflections; Jig’s Jig; Sometimes It Goes Like That; In A Sentimental Mood; Knozz-moe-king; Set Break. Disc 3 — Welcome #3; Buggy Ride; I’ll Remember April; Stardust; In the Court of King Oliver; Bona & Paul; Four In One; Way Back Blues; Rubber Bottom; Midnight In Paris; Play the Blues and Go; Set Break. Disc 4 — Welcome #4; Pedro’s Getaway; Evidence; Embraceable You; A Long Way; The Arrival; Misterioso; Happy Birthday; The Seductress; Set Break. Disc 5 — Welcome #5; The Majesty of the Blues; Flee as a Bird to the Mountain; Happy Feet Blues; Thelonius; Stardust; Intro to Buddy Bolden; Buddy Bolden; Swing Down Swing Town; Bright Mississippi; Set Break. Disc 6 — Welcome #6; Citi Movement; Winter Wonderland; Brother Veal; Cherokee; Juba and A O’Brown Squaw. Disc 7 — Welcome #7; In the Sweet Embrace of Life; Local Announcements; After All; Final Statement.