For Blue Note Records, it helped the label to escape what was becoming a rut of endless jam session albums, organ combos and mediocre soul jazz. Soon it would be recording Andrew Hill, Sam Rivers, Larry Young, Eric Dolphy, Joe Henderson and other new stars. Cecil Taylor recorded two of his greatest albums for Blue Note and even Ornette Coleman was recruited. The success of.
Mobley s sensitive, introverted understatements made him an ideal counterpart to Miles Davis, with whom he played in 1961-2. Drug convictions cut short his stint with Davis, but Mobley soon returned to the jazz scene. Beginning in 1965, he recorded a string of albums for Blue Note, as well as recording and touring with various bands. Mobley.
Lennie Tristano and Warne Marsh, “Intuition” (Blue Note, 1996; tracks recorded 1949 and 1956). Miles Davis, “ The Complete Birth of the Cool ” (Blue Note, 1998; tracks recorded 1948-50).
His albums A New Perspective and I’m Tryin’ to Get Home found him collaborating with a chorus of vocalists in ways few other jazz bandleaders had before, but in the ’70s he embraced fusion proper, delivering Blue Note Records’ then best-selling album of all time in 1973 with Black Byrd and later getting even spacier with records like Stepping Into Tomorrow.
Best Jazz Albums. Jazz music is a wonderful artform that is a true window into the human spirit. The best jazz albums can be listened to time and time again and with each listen it's possible to hear something new in the music. Much consideration has gone into these lists and they are a great place for jazz fans to discover some of the finest masterpieces from the jazz era. If you are learning.
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When I got into buying Jazz (and my tastes were focused on the Jazz greats of the 40s-50s-60s, so there were a goodly amount of Blue Note in there), I was buying the standard top Jazz Albums (y'know, the ones that are on all the 'top 100 jazz albums' list), but I was also getting a lot of the 'best of' or 'complete recordings'. Being in a CD club at the time helped.