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
|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|
|8||–James Moody||Real Cool||3:08|
|9||–James Moody||In The Anna||2:42|
|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|
|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|