Lee Shaw - A Place for Jazz mp3 downloadPerformer: Lee Shaw
Title: A Place for Jazz
Date of recording: November 16, 2001
Size MP3 version: 1534 mb
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Lee Shaw - A Place for Jazz mp3 download
Опубликовано: 9 нояб. 2017 г. Lee Konitz - Chicago 'N All That Jazz Groove Merchant GM 3306 Vinyl, LP, Album US 1975. LRC Jazz Legacy Anthology: Everyday I Have The Blues.
Features Song Lyrics for Ryan Shaw's Giel Jazz album.
Lee Shaw was born in Ada, Oklahoma. She began studying piano at the age of five. After graduating from high school, she attended the Oklahoma College for Women where she earned her Bachelor of Music in Piano. She earned her Master’s degree in piano at the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago. She also studied privately with concert pianist, Jesus Maria Sanroma in Puerto Rico. On the job training and study with the great Oscar Peterson turned Shaw into the first-rate jazz pianist she later became. She has had her own trio for more than 40 years, during which time she has performed in clubs, concerts and festivals in the United States, Canada and Europe. Shaw, who has lived in the Albany region for the last three decades, has been a guest on Marian McPartland’s NPR program Piano Jazz and appears frequently on WAMC’s Roundtable. She was inducted into the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame in 1993.
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First Lady of Jazz,' Lee Shaw, dies at 89 Inducted into Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame in 1993 By Steve Barnes October 25, 2015, Albany Times Union. Lee Shaw поделился(-ась) фото LocalMotion on 9. WVKR. Еще.
Lee Shaw's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates 2. Bio & Contact. You Do Something to Me. A Place for Jazz. Walkin' and Swingin'. I Love You. Isn't It Romantic? A Place for Jazz. The Touch of Your Lips. All Or Nothing At All.
Jazz Journalists Association's Jazz Heroes. The Lee Shaw Scholarship Fund. Listen anytime to Tim Coakley's radio show. Remembering Butch Conn on his 75th birthday. A Place for Jazz is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, which means that all direct contributions are tax deductible. Memberships to APFJ are partially included; that is, the level of membership minus the value of the tickets is deductible. In this time of declining arts funding, all contributions are gratefully accepted.
Earns its place among the best jazz albums of all time by being one of the best albums on Blue Note. Key song: ‘I Remember’. Significantly, arranger Gil Evans also worked on the session, and his friendship with the trumpeter would lead to future collaborations in the late 50s (on the albums Miles Ahead, Porgy And Bess and Sketches Of Spain).
Profilo: English guitarist who's career began, after leaving art school, in music projects with Twink (4). He later formed short-lived The Rings (2) with 'Twink' Alder & drummer Rod Latter, before he and Latter created punk band Maniacs (4) with bassist Robert Crash. In 1977 Shaw created glam-punksters Physicals, who released a single, with Paul Cook on drums. This was followed by stints in Brian James' "Brains" and "The Hellions" (managed by Miles Copeland) from 1980
For the eponymous album, see The Jazz Messengers (1956 album). Art Blakey, bandleader. Many former members of the Jazz Messengers established careers as solo musicians, such as Lee Morgan, Benny Golson, Wayne Shorter, Freddie Hubbard, Bobby Timmons, Curtis Fuller, Cedar Walton, Keith Jarrett, Joanne Brackeen, Woody Shaw, Chuck Mangione, Wynton Marsalis, Branford Marsalis, Terence Blanchard, Donald Harrison and Mulgrew Miller. Some members, such as bassist Clarence Seay and Gregory.
|1||The Touch of Your Lips Ray Noble||Lee Shaw||6:53|
|2||Algo Triste Lee Shaw||Lee Shaw||10:44|
|3||Fat's Blues||Lee Shaw||8:49|
|4||Isn't It Romantic? Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers||Lee Shaw||9:26|
|5||Voyage Kenny Barron||Lee Shaw||5:28|
|6||You Do Something to Me Cole Porter||Lee Shaw||7:54|
|7||Seachanges Tommy Flanagan||Lee Shaw||10:04|
|8||Walkin' and Swingin' Mary Lou Williams||Lee Shaw||8:35|
|9||I Love You Cole Porter||Lee Shaw||5:30|
CreditsKenny Barron - Composer
Tommy Flanagan - Composer
Lorenz Hart - Composer
Ray Noble - Composer
Cole Porter - Composer
Richard Rodgers - Composer
Bob Rusch - Liner Notes, Producer
Marc Rusch - Mastering, Mixing, Re-Engineer
Hillary J. Ryan - Layout Design
Lee Shaw - Composer, Liner Notes, Piano, Primary Artist, Producer
Jeff Siegel - Drums
Rich Syracuse - Bass
Mary Lou Williams - Composer