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Lucky Thompson - Jazz at the Auditorium mp3 download

Performer: Lucky Thompson
Title: Jazz at the Auditorium
Style: Bop,Hard Bop
Released: 1954
Size MP3 version: 1409 mb
Size FLAC version: 1710 mb
Size WMA version: 1143 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 527
Format: MIDI WAV DMF MOD MP3 VOX
Genre: Jazz

Lucky Thompson - Jazz at the Auditorium mp3 download


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New album of previously unreleased music recorded 1962 at Auditorium Maximum/ Freie Universität in Berlin. Austrian genius Friedrich Gulda on piano and baritone saxophone, leading a 13-piece, top-shelf lineup of players featuring Benny Bailey, Erich Kleinschuster, Georg Riedel, Fatty George, Arne Domnérus and Ack van Rooyen. Sparkling modern jazz in front of an excited audience, including Parker& Anthropology, Monk& Round About Midnight plus original material by Gulda and Riedel, with world premiere of Music For Three Soloists And Band

Lucky Thompson connected the swing era to the more cerebral and complex bebop style. His sophisticated, harmonically abstract approach to the tenor saxophone endeared him to the beboppers, but he was also a beautiful balladeer. Thompson was born in Columbia, South Carolina, but grew up on Detroit's East Side. Back in New York by 1948, Thompson began a period of varied activity, fronting groups at the Savoy Ballroom, appearing at the Nice festival, recording with Thelonious Monk and playing on the heralded Miles Davis album, Walkin'. In 1956, he toured Europe with Stan Kenton, then chose to live abroad for extended periods, from 1957 to 1962, making a number of recordings with groups while overseas. His skepticism about the jazz business may have kept him from a broader career recording as a bandleader; but there was Tricotism, from 1953, with the Lucky Seven.

Lucky Thompson on MPS on JAZZ. FM91 In 1968, saxophonist Lucky Thompson moved back to Europe with his family after a five-year stay in the States. Then he returned to the States at the dawn of the pop-rock era, when recording work and gigs were drying up for jazz artists who weren’t household names or studio musicians. For the original album, Lucky wrote notes explaining his choices for each song.

New album of previously unreleased music recorded 1962 at Auditorium Maximum/ Freie Universitaet in Berlin. Sparkling modern jazz in front of an excited audience, including Parker's 'Anthropology', Monk's 'Round About Midnight' plus original material by Gulda and Riedel, with world premiere of 'Music For Three Soloists And Band'

Credits

Lucky Thompson - Primary Artist, Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)