View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of On The Air on Discogs. Label: Not On Label (United States Air Force Self-Released) - AF • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band4/5(1). Jun 02, · Enjoy millions of the latest Android apps, games, music, movies, TV, books, magazines & more. Anytime, anywhere, across your devices. UNITED STATES AIR FORCE AIRMEN OF NOTE: On the Air by Mike Barone, Michel Legrand, Henry Mancini. Listen to classical music CDs online.
Isn't the clock about to run down for them? I won't be able to attend due to work. Hampton also was a Stan Kenton bandsman. Read "Corn on the macabre" in the Lawrence Journal-World. So Far list. I intend to get a copy. To reiterate, Mr. Aronov played the Club Orchid near the site of the future Rose Bowl in the late 50s. He and his wife, vocalist Andrea Baker, are still very active in the Southern California jazz scene. August 31 at Name : John Hillis Topic : Dusty Discs Comments : I'm taking a college class by net this fall, and re-learning good study habits has cut down my surfing around here.
But the 45 single and the LP prevailed. Interestingly, I remember buying 45's for 99 cents back Album) same price as iTunes today. But what was RCA's first release on a 45? A console stereo phono from John F. Lawhon for the winner. I remember when they put in that water park. We would walk over there with several of us from the old neighborhood. I miss those days. I remember Admiral Blvd. When I was young before they put in HWY. My grandmother worked at a really good hamburger joint that was called Bert's, LP.
I believe that was located where now a pawn shop is. They had the best burgers around. Our dad had a VW convertible, too, and we went dirtsurfing in the area here's a photo in GB MySpace gets nearly 55 million unique visitors in the U. YouTube, a fast-growing video website, draws 16 million. So that means nerdy kids don't watch MTV??? I would love to have launched a Zeb TV site - had we had the technology then.
Inin Hawaii, we were listening to a Ferguson number on an LP. Admitted to the group that night was a remarkable fellow from Seattle, a sailor, marine architect, and boatbuilder named Ernie Simmerer. Ernie had built and sailed a wooden boat to Honolulu from Seattle with his wife and two small children, one a nine-month old infant. He was about as uncomplicated a man as I have ever met and, because he was a guest at the party, found a pair of shoes which he wore, probably the first time he had put them on in several years.
At the conclusion of the Ferguson piece, he was asked his reaction. After she left Kenton, she worked as a single and her piano accompanist was a Tulsa Central product named Benny Aronov. Benny was a jazz prodigy and went on to play with Benny Goodman's last group, made records with people like Lee Konitz and others, and put out an album "Introducing Ben Aronov" which is still available on Amazon. Now living in Dobbs Ferry, NY, and having become Ben, not Benny in his later years, he spent more than a decade in the pit orchestra for "Cats," about as regular a gig as a musician could get.
Reviewers frequently listed him as a Russian pianist, and for all I know he LP have been born there, but he did attend Central and did play in the DAZE there in the 'forties. It was previously noted that Mr. Aronov played the Club Orchid near the future Rose Bowl site. Lee Woodward had a story about it from his early days in Tulsa.
August 30 at Name : George Tomek Email : mranchor cox. That's "Mercury" spelled backwards. I was fortunate enough to see Kenton with his then-band in at Ravinia in Chicago.
What a loss. Let's hope the digital gang is busy finding and remastering a lot of this jazz we're talking about. Some of the "Dimensions" material is on Verve Jazz Masters I should mention another Tulsa Kenton connection. Steve Wilkerson, a top jazz saxophone player today, was born in Iola, KSand grew up in Bartlesville. When he was 10 years old, he heard Stan Kenton's band play a concert in Tulsa.
He attended TU on a music scholarship. In the 70s, he was lead alto sax and soloist for the Kenton Orchestra. His wife, jazz singer and Oklahoman Andrea Baker, was also a Kenton alum. More about them in GB If you want to hear Maynard in full form, check out the old Capitol release titled, "Kenton Presents. Each track that has a soloist has as its title the name of that performer. It's all pretty far out stuff; sort in the baliwick of Third Stream, a la Gunther Schuller, but still very jazzy.
The Maynard piece was composed and arranged by flugelman, Shorty Rogers. It's the most engrossing, for me Maynard is ionospheric. My second favorite track from "Kenton Presents" is "Art Pepper. He looked really gaunt, but played his butt off. Can anyone narrow down the date, or dates, they may have played there?
One of the Tulsa events I truly miss nowadays is the jazz festival that was held down in the Greenwood district from the mids to the late s or so. I have to say, however, that the last few years of the festival's existance strayed quite a ways away from jazz Jerry Lee Lewis and Little Richard were two later headliners.
But still, overall, it was a fun event to attend, the food served inside the A. The play was way over my head, but I do remember a great ad-lib. Death Waltz. Le Beat Bespoke 8 heavyweight vinyl LP. Here he opens the doors once more, delivering an open-air friendly soundtrack heavy on rare private press gems, overlooked beauties and the kind of cuts that most would consider Balearic even if they may have been more popular in Italy and France.
Remix ". Club Meduse gatefold 2xLP repress. Club Meduse, his first compilation for Spacetalk a label with a track record for producing these kinds of killer, crate-digging compsis loosely designed as the soundtrack to life around a mythical IE imaginary Cote D'Azure resort.
Musically, it gathers together the kind of hazy, soft-focus and life-affirming cuts that you would have heard at resort discos in the mid-to-late s. Suffice to say that Bals' selections tend towards the rare, magical and undeniably Balearic, from LP glassy-eyed, cascading jazz-funk of the Keyboys and loved-up post-boogie sweetness of Gemini's "Take a Chance", to the sparkling Euro-electro of Miss' "Hip Hop" and pitched-down drum machine chug of Gigi Flag's "Nymphomaniac Instrumental ".
Classic club mix. Eli Escobar - "City Song, Pt. Pearl Mae - Soulfuric dub. Over the course of three hugely entertaining discs, Baptiste effortlessly joins the dots between original '70s and '80s disco and boogie, modern nu-disco hits, disco house and the kind of soulful and groovy 21st century cuts that fit somewhere in between.
As you'd expect from an experienced and inventive DJ, Baptiste also showcases his love of overlaying familiar vocal acappellas, while the highlight-heavy tracklist contains a superb blend of classics, lesser-known hits and up-front future hits. Music For Dreams Denmark. You'll find one of his edits tucked away towards the end of the EP - a tidy extension of Wolfsmond's sun-kissed, Chris Rea-esque German language number "Fuhl Dich Frei" - alongside stunning selections that variously touch on stoned West Coast jazz-rock, new age, ambient, drowsy 80s pop, kosmiche and loved-up late night AOR shufflers.
An inspired collection of pretty much unknown gems; what's not to like? Hollywood US. Global Underground Berlin mixed 2xCD in hard-back book sleeve. Global Underground. The resultant two-disc mix-up is staggeringly good, with Baumel choosing to represent a wide variety of techno and tech-house sounds with occasional diversions into more melodious or off-kilter fare.
Wisely, the Dutchman has also chosen to offer LP tracks that span the decades, contrasting classic material from the likes of Swayzak, Matthew Dear and Chateau Flight whose brilliant "Cosmic Race" stands out with newer cuts from such artists as Shlomo, Steve Moore, Adam Port, Ripperton and the ageless Phil Kieran. Private Collection gatefold 2xLP. As usual, it's a pleasingly varied affair with a clear dancefloor focus. Love International X Test Pressing.
As a fellow dusty-fingered disco collector, Joey Negro is well aware of Bianchi's digging pedigree - hence offering him the chance to compile the latest edition in the essential "Under The Influence" compilation series. It's naturally a treat from start to finish, offering a highlight-filled journey through disco, disco-funk, boogie and jazz-funk that will be eye-opening to all but the most dedicated diggers.
Punk Rock Ist Nicht Tot! Damaged Goods. Two of the last albums recorded at the studio before it burned down in were "Black Ark In Dub" volumes one and two, which were eventually released in and '81 respectively. Here they're gathered together on CD for the first time. Volume 1 disc one sees Perry offer up weighty, spooky and out-there dubs of backing tracks created by his regular studio band, the Black Ark Players.
Disc two expands on the more vocal-focused - but no less dubbed-out - sequel, showcasing alternate takes and extended mixes of popular Perry-produced singles from the period. In a word: essential. Funky Delicacies US. Music Brokers.
Sound Colours Germany. Eagle Rock Entertainment. My filters. Type See all. Music See all. Equipment See all. Format See all. Release Date See all. Brand See all. Genre See all. Label See all. Release Title See all. These songs, written and recorded nearly twenty years later, have been carefully remastered from the original acetate discs and are presented with a previously unpublished letter by Guthrie to the judge in the case.
Produced by Moses Asch. Reissue compiled by Anthony Seeger and Jeff Place. Labels: Pete SeegerWoody Guthrie. Labels: Los Texmaniacs. The album was remastered and reissued on Gram Vinyl by Analogue Productions in The album features the songs "Down on the Corner", from which the album got its name, and "Fortunate Son", which is a well known protest song.
Creedence also makes their own version of "Cotton Fields" on this album, which reached the 1 position in Mexico. Labels: Creedence Clearwater Revival. Sarah prodigious talent has permitted her to fuse disparate radical elements with traditional forms to create a handful of significant songs beyond the legacy of well-known material left to her by her family.
Labels: Sarah Ogan Gunning. Ludwig [Notes] The Carolina Chocolate Drops, a contemporary string band trio who, under the watchful eye of mentor Joe Thompson, re-created the look, feel, and sound of a 19th century black North Carolina string, fiddle, and jug band ensemble, crafted their first studio recordings into perfect facsimiles of the group's influences.
The Drops were always at their best on-stage, however, where the gospel stomp of those mountain rhythms and the kinetic energy the band gave off completed the feel of a living, breathing history lesson. Those old string bands could turn on a dime, and the Chocolate Drops reproduced that art, turning their live sets into a black string band revival show. The studio albums felt like they were a bit encased in glass compared to the live performances.
For this outing, however, the Chocolate Drops found the perfect producer in Buddy Miller, who recorded the band live in a single room, and the result is a wonderfully immediate album that feels like a Saturday night house party-- complete with moonlight, dust flying from the carpet under the feet of dancers, and crickets and night bird calls out the open windows.
The sound breathes, and the Drops shine. Traditional pieces like "Po' Black Sheep" become stomping revivals, born again in a new century. The Carolina Chocolate Drops may be intent on reproducing a sound from over a century ago, but they do an amazing job of translating it into the 21st century without diminishing it.
This set feels like a Saturday night throwdown under the summer stars. It almost seems timeless, perhaps because it defies time. AllMusic Review by Steve Leggett. Stoneman has not been held in high regard by some who value "the Galax Sound," for he was something of an opportunist who carved out a professional career for himself.
Yet his repertoire sprang from the diverse streams of tradition found in his home area, and included ballads, sentimental songs, sacred songs, humorous songs, and instrumental music. Many of Stoneman's performances utilized the more or less standard string band alignment of fiddle, guitar, and banjo.
Some of the most accomplished instrumentalists from Galax recorded with Stoneman, such as fiddlers Kahle Brewer and Eck Dunford. Stoneman was also one of the few early country musicians to record with a parlour organ, an instrument which has played a large role in many family music traditions in the South.
Reviewed by Paul L. Utilizing instruments originally introduced by Spanish missionaries, the fiddle band sound is highly unique utilizing violins, guitar, and drums playing polkas, two-steps, and mazurkas.
The result is an exciting sound and one of Southern Arizona's richest musical traditions. Labels: Gu-Achi Fiddlers.
Directed and edited by Adam Jones. On their latest release Didn't He Ramble: Songs of Charlie Poole, they expand their base to include earlier influences of folk and acoustic music roots. Through a masterful and exciting Miss Matazz - The Airmen Of Note - On The Air (Vinyl of songs, originally recorded by the legendary Charlie Poole and his North Carolina Ramblers in the s and s, a generation before Bill Monroe is credited with founding bluegrass music, they show that you can create music that is both fresh and timeless.
This album is greater than a simple tribute; The Warrior River Boys have reinvigorated this music, in a new form, with all the fire and energy of the originals. They take the legacy another step further, into the contemporary revival of traditional bluegrass. Didn't He Ramble: Songs of Charlie Poole not only breathes new life into Poole's work, but brings a spirit of fun that is as infectious as the music itself!
Labels: David Davis. September 2, Brother Oswald. As a member of Roy Acuff's Grand Ole Opry band, Bashful Brother Oswald played a dumb-hick hillbilly character for the sake of comic relief, his slapstick antics and clown-like apparel making him an audience favorite -- but his dobro playing was no joke. When he was picked up by Acuff later in the decade, he brought with him the weeping, island-flavored style of playing that is one of the defining characteristics of country music. While Oswald was not solely responsible for this sound, his role as a key player in the modern country vocabulary is indisputable.
Although he worked mainly as a sideman, he did record a couple of solo efforts on which he sang as well as played, showcasing a taste for old-time Bluegrass and singing in a friendly, weathered voic. Many of Stills' songs on the album echo his marital problems, with "Dark Star" returning to the Latin rhythms he had favored all the way back to his Buffalo Springfield days.
Crosby continued the existential probings consistent with much of his past work, and Nash offered both a radio-ready acoustic ballad with "Just a Song Before I Go", and an elaborate set piece re-creating a vision of an LSD experience that he had in Winchester Cathedral with "Cathedral". Many tracks were sweetened with a string section, a first on a CSNY project.
And while his track record led one to believe that Plainsong may be just another short stay, the subsequent album, In Search of Amelia Earhart, proved to be worth the venture.
Ian Matthews was of course the obvious draw, but Plainsong seemed to be formed as more of a collective effort, with lead guitarist Andy Roberts, who shares the lead vocal duties, the other focal point in the band. On the other hand, Matthews, whose folk and country-tinged tunes set the tone for the record, is the only member to contribute original material. Included among these is the thematic "True Story of Amelia Earhart," which along with the haunting "For the Second Time," leads a pack of five Matthews compositions that range from good to excellent.
Its title and artwork, along with notes by Charles Goerner on the flight and disappearance of Amelia Earhart and Frederick Noonan, gave In Search of Amelia Earhart the feel of a concept album, even though the title is nowhere to be found on the outside jacket and there are only two songs related to the subject contained within.
It wasn't really a surprise when a follow-up, though recorded, failed to materialize, with the band parting ways on less than amicable terms, and Matthews going on to record two more records for Elektra.
by United States Air Force Airmen of Note - Topic. Along Came Betty by The Airmen of Note - Topic. Rockin' in Rhythm Miss Matazz by US Air Force Airmen of Note - Topic. The Airmen of Note is the award-winning jazz ensemble of the U.S. Air Force Band. With Global Reach, their fourth new album in as many years, the ‘Note’ truly goes global, featuring arrangements of traditional Irish and Korean folk tunes, along with breezy, beachy sambas, and—just for good measure—a Beatles cover. The Airmen of Note are fine players — alto, tenor, and piano soloists take a bow, although it’s hard to identify you from the personnel list on the disc sleeve. Much of the arranging is also excellent. But aesthetically speaking, there’s an aroma of Vegas, or the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, permeating the album.
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The countdown is on to celebrate America's th birthday! The Airmen of Note joined forces with members of the The United States Army Band, United States Navy Band, "The President's Own" United States Marine Band, and The United States Coast Guard Band to perform "The Armed Forces Medley." Throughout this country's history brave men and women have protected our life, liberty, and the . • Airmen Of Note - The Glenn Miller Tradition • Airmen Of Note - Blues & Beyond • Reeds & Rhythm • Christmas Time Is Here • Invitation • Let's Dance • ¡Tiempo Latino! • A Holiday Note From Home • Out In Front • Cool Yule • Airmen Of Note 60 ВНИМАНИЕ!
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Feb 04, · This was the first Byrds’ album that I bought when it first came out. MONO can be a treat. On Younger Than Yesterday the original MONO vinyl is a must with Chris's bass punched up a bit more. Hillman delivers some of the best bass lines of the 60's, rivaling McCartney's on Peppers. Though I must admit I miss Gene and dream of what. Nov 07, · The Airmen of Note Honor Veterans with Latest CD Release The Airmen of Note is set to release their latest studio album honoring on Veterans Day, Saturday, November sioprovcabradeperfscormarcodenmenssol.co titled “Veterans of Jazz,” the album features music by the men and women who.
12 poets contribute 19 poems dedicated to the culture of jazz music, and to the holiday season .. Collage by Steve Dalachinsky John Stupp’s third poetry collection Pawleys Island was published in by Finishing Line Press. His manuscript Summer Job won the Cathy Smith Bowers Poetry Prize and will Continue reading "Poetry celebrating jazz and the holiday season".
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