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Kenny Burrell with Art Blakey – On View At The Five Spot Cafe (1959) [APO Remaster 2011] PS3 Rip SACD ISO DSD64 2.0 >1-bit/2.8224 MHz 63:45 minutes Scans NOT included 2,55 GB or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz Scans NOT included 1,16 GB or DSF Stereo DSD64/2.82MHz 2,51 GB Kenny Burrell and Art Blakey played together infrequently during their careers, so this meeting of jazz minds is a welcome occasion. A rather short set issued here from club dates at the Five Spot Cafe in New York City must have meant there were other nights of recordings that did not make it for public consumption, or that Burrell simply sat in. Then again, this is not Blakey’s Jazz Messengers circa 1959, but more the Tina Brooks quartet featuring Blakey, with a rotating piano chair featuring either Bobby Timmons or Roland Hanna. No matter the configuration, this is come-what-may jazz that has no pressurized content, but rather a relaxed atmosphere allowing the music to breathe organically and come alive naturally. El Arte De Proyectar Neufert Pdf - Download Free Apps. This loose but tight feeling comes to the fore right away on Dizzy Gillespie’s “Birk’s Works,” a rather polite version as Burrell and Brooks toss out their discriminating versions of the melody. Incorrectly identified as “Lady Be Good,” this is actually an adaptation reworked by Thelonious Monk titled “Hackensack.” It’s a fast jam kicked off by a signature Blakey solo, where the bandmembers fly by the seat of their pants and good feelings are fostered through the simple and solid tenor work of Brooks.

Though not penned by Duke Ellington, the elegance he displayed and Burrell has always revered is quite evident during the ballad “Lover Man.” There’s a distinct difference between these tracks featuring Timmons and the others where Hanna is involved. The quick “Hallelujah,” kicked off by a signature Blakey solo, balances soul and the pianist’s more obtuse voicings. “36-23-36” is clearly a fantasy of the ideal female proportions, a short blues groove with Burrell and Hanna tracking the woman from opposite ends. Tracklist: 01. Birk’s Works 02.

Hallelujah 03. Lady Be Good 04. Lover Man 05. Beef Stew Blues 08.

If You Could See Me Now Personnel Kenny Burrell – guitar Art Blakey – drums Tina Brooks – guitar, tenor saxophone Roland Hanna – piano Bobby Timmons – piano Ben Tucker – bass SACD ISO FLAC 24bit/88.2kHz DSF DSD64/2.82MHZ.