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James Moody - 1950-1951 flac album

James Moody - 1950-1951 flac album

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Performer: James Moody
Title: 1950-1951
Released: 2002
Style: Bop, Hard Bop, Cool Jazz
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.4 ✦
Other format: AIFF MOD MP2 MMF AC3 WMA MP1

April in Paris, 1950. James Moody is making records with a band led by trumpeter Ernie Royal. While two originals by Royal are based on textbook bop themes, Moody's own "Date With Kate" shows greater depth of invention. Mean to Me" prances at a healthy clip and "Embraceable You" is presented as a slow-dance delicacy. Jumping to July of 1950, Moody leads his own "Boptet" through four remarkable exercises in modernity.

James Moody (March 26, 1925 – December 9, 2010) was an American jazz saxophone and flute player.

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James Moody - Complete Jazz Series 1950 - 1951, 2009. Real Cool (07-03-50) 03:10. Voila (07-03-50) 02:44. All songs from Complete Jazz Series 1950 - 1951. James Moody - I'm In The Mood For Groovin' (10-12-49) 02:43 Complete Jazz Series 1949 - 1950.

By the end of the 1940s, the nervous energy and tension of bebop was replaced with a tendency towards calm and smoothness, with the sounds of cool jazz, which favoured long, linear melodic lines. It emerged in New York City, as a result of the mixture of the styles of predominantly white swing jazz musicians and predominantly black bebop musicians, and it dominated jazz in the first half of the 1950s

Tracklist

1 Ernie Royal And His Princes* Big And Little "E" 3:17
2 Ernie Royal And His Princes* S' Wonderful 2:38
3 Ernie Royal And His Princes* That's It 2:58
4 Ernie Royal And His Princes* Embraceable You 3:46
5 Ernie Royal And His Princes* A Date With Kate 2:31
6 Ernie Royal And His Princes* Mean To Me 2:48
7 James Moody Delooney 2:37
8 James Moody Real Cool 3:08
9 James Moody In The Anna 2:42
10 James Moody Voila 2:41
11 James Moody Nath - Part 1 2:44
12 James Moody Nath - Part 2 2:45
13 James Moody I Can't Get Started 3:24
14 James Moody Riffin' And Raphin' 3:28
15 James Moody St. Louis Blues 2:40
16 James Moody In A Rush 2:16
17 James Moody Embraceable You 3:05
18 James Moody The Man I Love 3:13
19 James Moody Again 3:19
20 James Moody Embraceable You 2:27
21 James Moody How Deep Is The Ocean 2:52
22 James Moody Am I Blue 2:43
23 James Moody I'll Get By 2:48

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Classics Records
  • Distributed By – Mélodie
  • Manufactured By – kdg France – 1263

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Arne Domnerus* (tracks: 18 to 23), Hubert Fol (tracks: 7 to 10), Marshall "Red" Allen* (tracks: 7 to 10)
  • Baritone Saxophone – Claude Pellier (tracks: 7 to 10), Lars Gullin (tracks: 18 to 23)
  • Bass – Alvin "Buddy" Banks* (tracks: 7 to 10), Gunnar Almstedt (tracks: 18 to 23), Pierre Michelot (tracks: 11 to 17), Wendell Marshall (tracks: 1 to 6)
  • Bass Trumpet – Leppe Sundwall* (tracks: 18 to 23)
  • Celesta – Raymond Fol (tracks: 8)
  • Drums – Anders Burman (tracks: 18 to 23), Benny Bennett* (tracks: 7 to 10), George "Butch" Ballard* (tracks: 1 to 6), Kenny Clarke (tracks: 11 to 17)
  • Liner Notes – Anatol Schenker
  • Piano – Raphaël "Raph" Schecroun* (tracks: 11 to 17), Raymond Fol (tracks: 1 to 10), Rolf Larsson (tracks: 18 to 23)
  • Tenor Saxophone – Carl-Henrik Norin (tracks: 18 to 23), James Moody (tracks: 1 to 23)
  • Trombone – Nat Peck (tracks: 7 to 10), Theodore "Ted" Kelly* (tracks: 1 to 6)
  • Trumpet – Ernie Royal (tracks: 1 to 6), Leppe Sundvall* (tracks: 18 to 23)
  • Vocals – James Moody (tracks: 10)

Notes

Made in France / Released in jewel case with booklet (8 pp.).

Misspelt 'The Chronogical Classics' on the front. Track 4 misspelt in booklet, but correct on back side inlay. Track 14 misspelt on back side inlay, but correct in booklet.
Celesta credits cited for tracks 7 to 10, but audible on track 8 only.
Vocal credits cited for tracks 7 to 10, but audible on track 10 only.

Tracks 1 to 2 recorded in Paris, April 15, 1950 / Originally released on Vogue V5029.

Tracks 3 to 6 recorded in Paris, April 16, 1950 / Tracks 3 & 4 originally released on Vogue V5031, tracks 5 & 6 on Vogue V5032.

Tracks 7 to 10 recorded in Paris, July 3, 1950 / Tracks 7 & 9 originally released on Swing 363, track 8 on Pathé 45EA 27 (EP), track 10 rejected (Swing).

Tracks 11 to 17 recorded in Paris, October 9, 1950 / Track 11, 14 & 15 originally released on Pathé C054-16030 (LP), track 12 rejected (Swing), tracks 13, 16 & 17 on Pathé 45EA 27 (EP).

Tracks 18 to 21 recorded in Stockholm, January 23, 1951 / Track 18 originally released on Prestige, PRLP146 (LP), track 19 on Prestige 738, track 20 on Prestige 744, track 21 on Metronome B581.

Tracks 22 to 23 recorded in Stockholm, January 24, 1951 / Track 22 originally released on Prestige 854, track 23 on Prestige 768.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 3 307517 126320
  • Barcode (Scanned): 3307517126320
  • Matrix / Runout: KDG FR 1263
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L373
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5710
  • SPARS Code: A.A.D.
  • Price Code: DK 003
  • Rights Society: STEMRA