Jay Leonhart - Live at Fat Tuesday's: May 13-15, 1993 mp3 downloadPerformer: Jay Leonhart
Title: Live at Fat Tuesday's: May 13-15, 1993
Location: Fat Tuesdays
Released: October 22, 1993
Date of recording: May 13, 1993 - May, 1993
Size MP3 version: 1117 mb
Size FLAC version: 1605 mb
Size WMA version: 1446 mb
Format: APE DMF MP3 ADX MMF WAV
Jay Leonhart - Live at Fat Tuesday's: May 13-15, 1993 mp3 download
Jay does his Lenny Bernstein bit which Ted steps all over-- it ends up Leonhart doing Lenny (Bruce) doing Lenny Bernstein.
Live at Fat Tuesday's - Freddie Hubbard, Joe Delia. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией.
Jay Leonhart born December 6 1940 Baltimore Maryland is a bassist and songwriter working and singer in jazz and popular music He has performed with dive. Live at Fat Tuesday's: May 13–15, 1993 (DRG, 1993). Two-Lane Highways (Megabop Global/Prestige Elite, 1996). Great Duets (Chiaroscuro, 1999). Sensitive to the Touch: The Music of Harold Arlen (Groove Jams, 1999). Galaxies and Planets (Sons of Sound, 2001). Rodgers & Leonhart (Sons of Sound, 2002). A Visit with the Duke (Arbors, 2003).
He has performed with Judy Garland, Bucky Pizzarelli, Carly Simon, Frank Sinatra, and Sting. Leonhart is noted for his clever songwriting, often laced with dry humor. His compositions have been recorded by Blossom Dearie, Lee Konitz, and Gary Burton. His poetry is published both in, and outside of, the venue of song. Live at Fat Tuesday's: May 13–15, 1993 ( DRG, 1993). Great Duets ( Chiaroscuro, 1999).
Art Pepper Quartet New York (USA) Fat Tuesday´s 19810415 – April 15, 1981. Art Pepper (as) Milcho Levier (p) Goerge Mraz (b) Al Foster (dr1). 1) Radio Announcement (0. 9) 2) Rhythm a Ning (13:26) 3) What Is This Thing Called Love (16:19) 4) Good Bye (11:05) 5) Make a List (Make a Wish) (18:25) 6) Red Car (12:02). Total time: 71:46 minutes. ty: FM - Copy from Master– Maxell XL II 90 - Denon CDR 1000 – Magix XXL 2008 – flac – mp3.
Live At Fat Tuesday's. 180 gram, Live, Import. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. Previously unreleased club performance, recorded live April 15, 1981 at Fat Tuesday's in NYC, just a year before his passing. Remastered audio features the altoist backed by Milcho Leviev, Geroge Mraz, & Al Foster. Includes detailed booklet with interviews and essays by Stepháne Ollivier, Steve Getz, Brian Priestly, and Laurie Pepper. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample)
Songs from Live at Fat Tuesday's by Chet Baker Quartet. Free download and listen Live at Fat Tuesday's. Live at Fat Tuesday's. Chet Baker Quartet - In Your Own Sweet Way 19:13. Chet Baker Quartet - There Will Never Be Another You 14:22. Live at the Haig, 1953 - Chet Baker, Chet Baker Quartet, Stan Getz. The Trumpet Artistry of Chet Baker - Chet Baker Quartet, Russ Freeman, Джордж Гершвин. Sings and Plays - Chet Baker Quartet, Russ Freeman, Джордж Гершвин. Jazz At Ann Arbor - Chet Baker Quartet, Russ Freeman. Pretty/Groovy - Chet Baker Quartet, Russ Freeman, Джордж Гершвин, Морис Равель.
Live at Fat Tuesday's is a live album by trumpeter Freddie Hubbard recorded in December 1991 and released on the Music Master label. It features performances by Hubbard, Javon Jackson, Benny Green, Christian McBride and Tony Reedus.
Jay Leonhart Trio Cool Sons of Sound 2004. Leonhart says that the music from his new album Cool gets hot, and he's right. It has music taken from films, musical plays and jazz classics. The experienced bassist, who started in music at seven playing banjo and guitar, is a real entertainer and shows us the amiable and comical face of jazz. From the beginning this Cd produces on listeners an involuntary movement of head and feet to the rhythm of syncopated music. In the piece that entitles the album, Leonhart sings enjoying every word that comes out from his mouth. It was written by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim, two composers Leonhart admires and pays homage to by naming his latest album: Cool. This mysterious track starts with an elegant finger game by Rosenthal, which take you back to his idols Oscar Peterson and McCoy Tyner.
|1||Smile Jay Leonhart||Jay Leonhart||6:50|
|2||Robert Frost Jay Leonhart||Jay Leonhart||6:23|
|3||The Strangest Thing Jay Leonhart||Jay Leonhart||3:56|
|4||Momma Don't You Think We Ought to Be Going Jay Leonhart||Jay Leonhart||6:35|
|5||Kentucky Wild Flower Jay Leonhart||Jay Leonhart||7:23|
|6||Me and Lenny Jay Leonhart||Jay Leonhart||3:47|
|7||Let the Flower Grow Jay Leonhart||Jay Leonhart||4:25|
|8||Lonely Rider Jay Leonhart||Jay Leonhart||4:53|
|9||They're Coming to Get Me Jay Leonhart||Jay Leonhart||8:53|
|10||Unhappy Jay Leonhart||Jay Leonhart||4:18|
|11||Double Cross Jay Leonhart||Jay Leonhart||12:03|
|12||Impossible to Sing and Play the Bass Jay Leonhart||Jay Leonhart||2:03|
CreditsJoe Beck - Guest Artist, Guitar
Michael Brecker - Guest Artist, Sax (Tenor)
Randy Brecker - Flugelhorn, Guest Artist
Ann Hampton Callaway - Vocals
Bill Charlap - Piano
Terry Clarke - Drums
Cynthia Daniels - Engineer, Producer
Sue Evans - Percussion
Jeff Faville - Art Direction
Hugh Fordin - Executive Producer
Donna Leonhart - Vocals
Jay Leonhart - Arranger, Bass (Acoustic), Composer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Michael Leonhart - Piano, Trumpet
Tricia Lutz - Production Coordination
Maureen McGovern - Guest Artist, Vocals
Lee Musiker - Arranger, Piano
Jim Pugh - Trombone
Dave Samuels - Guest Artist, Vibraphone
Marvin Stamm - Trumpet
Martha Swope - Photography
Grady Tate - Guest Artist, Vocals
Gail Wynters - Vocals