Charlie Parker - Rare Bird Live Sessions 1945-1951 FLAC album
Title: Rare Bird Live Sessions 1945-1951
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This is a list of Charlie Parker's recordings. Parker recorded extensively for three labels: Savoy, Dial, and Verve. His work with these labels has been chronicled in box sets. Charlie Parker's Savoy and Dial Sessions have been issued on The Complete Savoy Sessions, Charlie Parker on Dial and Complete Charlie Parker on Dial and The Complete Savoy & Dial Master Takes.
RARE BIRD Live Albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download). RARE BIRD Videos (DVD, Blu-ray, VHS etc). RARE BIRD Boxset & Compilations (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download). Rare Bird's second album is a major advance over their first, a sublime achievement achieved by the band focusing on the best material from their debut and polishing their songwriting until it shines, and then giving the performances of their lives in the studio itself. The interplay between Field and Kaffinetti's keyboards is never less than electrifying, and Steve Gould's lead vocals carry a drama and gravitas with them to rival labelmate Peter Hammill's.
As a leader, Charlie Parker recorded for Savoy and Dial during 1945-1948 and then for Verve exclusively (at least in the studios) during 1949-1954. This remarkable ten-CD box set, which adds quite a bit of material to an earlier ten-LP set, contains all of these recordings plus Bird's earlier appearances with Jazz at the Philharmonic. The JATP jams are highlighted by Parker's perfect solo on "Oh Lady Be Good," a ferocious improvisation on "The Closer," and a solo on "Embraceable You" that tops his more famous studio recording
Charlie Parker - Rara Avis Avis, Rare Bird (Stash ST-CD-21). Alto Saxes (Norgran MGN 1035). The Genius Of Charlie Parker - Jazz Perennial (Verve MGV 8009). Charlie Parker - Apartment Jam Sessions (Zim ZM 1006). Our Best (Clef MGC 639). The Genius Of Charlie Parker - Bird And Diz (Verve MGV 8006). Charlie Parker - Bird With Strings Live At The Apollo, Carnegie Hall And Birdland (Columbia JC 34832). Charlie Parker - The Bird You Never Heard (Stash ST-CD-10). Norman Granz Jazz Concert (Norgran MGN 3501-2).
Charlie Parker Discography - Studio Charlie Parker Albums Verve 1951 The Genius of Charlie Parker, Vol. 6: Fiesta Verve 1952 The Genius of Charlie Parker, Vol. 3: Now's. Verve 1949 Charlie Parker With Strings: The Master Takes Verve 1949 Last Unissued, Vol. 2: Bird's Eyes Philology 1949 Last Unissued, Vol. 3: Bird's Eyes Philology 1949 The Bird Blows the Blues Dial 1949 Charlie Parker Quintet Dial 194 Le Jazz Cool, Vol. 1 JC 194 Le Jazz Cool, Vol. 2 JC 1950 Bird in Sweden Spotlite 1950 Apartment Sessions.
The Immortal Charlie Parker. Charlie Parker & Miles Davis. Best songs of Charlie Parker. Charlie Parker Quintet & Sextet. Live at the Hi-Hat 1953-1954. Charlie Parker, Jimmy Woode, Herbie Williams, Herb Pomeroy, Rollins Griffith, Jay Migliori.
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|A1||Night In Tunisia||2:57|
|A3||Moose The Mooche
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Vic McMillanDrums – Roy PorterGuitar – Arvin GarrisonPiano – Dodo MarmarosaTenor Saxophone – Lucky ThompsonTrumpet – Miles Davis
|A7||Max Is Making Wax
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Bob KestersonDrums – Roy PorterPiano – Jimmy BunnTrumpet – Howard McGhee
|B1||Relaxing At Camarillo||2:47|
|B3||Carving The Bird||2:36|
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Red CallenderDrums – Don LamondGuitar – Barney KesselPiano – Dodo MarmarosaTenor Saxophone – Wardell GrayTrumpet – Howard McGhee
|B8||This Is Always
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Red CallenderDrums – Harold "Doc" WestPiano – Erroll GarnerVocals – Earl Coleman
|C1||Jumpin' With Symphony Sid||1:11|
|C3||Ooh Bop Sh'Bam||4:45|
|C6||Slow Boak To China||4:12|
|D4||East Of The Sun||4:30|
|D5||Scrapple From The Apple||4:00|
|D6||52nd Street Theme
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Tommy PotterDrums – Joe Harris Piano – Al HaigTrumpet – Kenny Dorham
|E5||Night In Tunisia||4:10|
|F1||Introduction (Symphony Side)||2:55|
|F2||Blue N' Boogie||4:02|
|F5||Night In Tunisia||4:48|
|F6||Jumpin' With The Symphony Sid||0:44|
NotesA1-3 were recorded March 28, 1946 and performed by the Charlie Parker Septet (as noted in A3)
A4-7 were recorded July 29, 1946 and performed by the Charlie Parker Quintet (as noted in A7)
B1-4 were recorded in Hollywood February 26, 1947 by Charlie Parker's New Stars (as noted in B4)
B5-7 were recorded in Hollywood February 19, 1947 by Charlie Parker Quartet (as noted in B7)
D1-6 artists noted in D6
E1-3 were recorded May 11, 1946 in NYC and included Charlie Parker, alto sax,; Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Al Haig, piano; Curley Russell, bass; Sid "Catlett, drums.
E4-7 were recorded at Carnegie Hall September 9, 1947 and included John Lewis, piano; Al McKibbon, bass; John Harris, drums
F1-6 were recorded at Birdland March 31 1951 NYC and included Charlie Parker, also sax; Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Bud Powell, piano; Tommy Potter, bass; Roy Haynes, drums.
Executive producer: John R. Rowland