Indo-Jazz Fusions / Jazz At Jazz, Ltd.

Indo-Jazz Fusions / Jazz At Jazz, Ltd.
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2 Original LPs on 1 CD

CD Details

  • The album "Indo-Jazz Fusions" was originally released in 1967 as Atlantic 1482. "Jazz at Jazz, Ltd." was originally released in 1960 as Atlantic 1338.
  • Released: March 14, 2006
  • Originally Released: 1999
  • Label: Collectables Records
  • Original Album #1: Atlantic 1482 (1967)
  • Original Album #2: Atlantic 1338 (1960)

Description by OLDIES.com:

Jamaican-born saxophonist Joe Harriott was an important member of the British jazz scene. Originally a bop-oriented player, Harriott's philosophical approach soon exerted a powerful influence on early free jazz in England. Here Harriott illustrates his new techniques of playing and collaborates with Indian musician John Mayer, using modal and free jazz techniques. "Jazz At Jazz, Ltd." features a selection of performances from Jazz, Ltd., a legendary Chicago jazz club.

Tracks:

  • 1.Partita
  • 2.Multani
  • 3.Gana
  • 4.Acka Raga
  • 5.Subject
  • 6.Sensation
  • 7.Savoy Blues
  • 8.I've Found A New Baby
  • 9.Just A Closer Walk With Thee
  • 10.Farewell Blues
  • 11.Panama
  • 12.Bluein' The Blues
  • 13.Battle Hymn Of The Republic

Product Description:

/Jazz Modes.
2 LPs on 1 CD: Joe Harriott/John Mayer Double Quintet: INDO JAZZ FUSIONS (1967)/Jazz Modes: JAZZ AT JAZZ, LTD. (1960).
Includes liner notes by Max Harrison and Joe Murany.
INDO JAZZ FUSIONS:
Joe Harriott-John Mayer Double Quintet: Joe Harriott (alto saxophone); John Mayer (violin, harpsichord); Shake Keane (trumpet, flugelhorn); Chris Taylor (flute); Pat Smythe (piano); Diwan Motihar (sitar); Chandrahas Paigankar (tambura); Coleridge Goode (bass); Alan Ganley (drums); Keshav Sathe (tabla).
Originally released on Atlantic (1482).
JAZZ AT JAZZ, LTD:
Jazz Modes: Norman Murphy, Marty Marsala (trumpet); Dave Remington, Harry Graves (trombone); Bill Reinhardt (clarinet); Max Hook (piano); Hal Carnes, Kenny White (bass); Freddie Kohlman, Doc Cenardo (drums).
Originally released on Atlantic (1338).
Personnel: Joe Harriott (alto saxophone); John Mayer (violin, harpsichord); Chris Taylor (flute); Bill Reinhardt (clarinet); Shake Keane (trumpet, flugelhorn); Marty Marsala, Norman Murphy (trumpet); Dave Remington (trombone); Max Hook, Pat Smythe (piano); Doc Cenardo, Freddie Kohlman, Allan Ganley (drums); Keshav Sathe (tabla).
Liner Note Authors: Joe Muranyi; Max Harrison.
The compilers of this CD wisely resisted dubbing it "Ragas and Ragtime," although that would have been an apt title. Surprisingly, it's also a compatible mix that finds saxophonist Joe Harriott and violinist John Mayer's unique fusion of styles in the same jewel case as Jazz at Jazz Ltd.'s traditional jazz virtuosity. The double quintet on 1967's Indo Jazz Fusions consists of Harriott's jazz quintet and Mayer's group of Indian instrumentalists. Little known outside of the British jazz scene, Harriott was well-regarded for his pursuit of Charlie Parker's legacy into freer terrain. That aspect, though, is downplayed on this project, where the focus is on the writing and arranging, and the possibilities available in a complete integration of the players. A product of a time when sitars and tablas were de rigueur hippie accoutrements, the set has an appealing pop sensibility, at times sounding like the music from a lost Peter Sellers movie or an episode of the Mission Impossible TV series. No mere time capsule, however, the music remains fresh, engaging, and original. Jazz at Jazz Ltd., from 1960, also transcends its stylistic era with energy and musicianship that have no room for the staid, museum treatment that Dixieland and ragtime sometimes get. The group is led by clarinettist Bill Reinhardt, whose Chicago club Jazz Ltd. was a longstanding outlet for the best players of traditional jazz. Reinhardt and the rest of the front line perform with fire and imagination, but the keys to the drive behind this music are the blues foundation provided by Max Hook's piano and the drumming of Freddie Kohlman and Doc Cenardo, who bring almost a bop feel to the rhythm section. ~ Jim Todd
Collectables Records
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Product Info

  • Sales Rank: 6,175
  • UPC: 090431625026
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25/lbs (approx)
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