Sidney Bechet - Jonah Jones - In Paris FLAC album
Title: In Paris
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Soprano Saxophone – Sidney Bechet. Trombone – Jimmy Archey (tracks: 1 to 17). Trumpet – Jonah Jones (tracks: 10 to 17), Sidney De Paris (tracks: 1 to 9). Note. Twelve-page booklet includes original (1958) and contemporary (2000) liner notes.
Bechet was in his twilight years at the time of these recordings, and still his soprano sax playing is extremely forceful, cutting through the six-piece ensembles like a beacon, loud as anything yet devoid of stridency. Archey remains for the 1953 date, with Jonah Jones on trumpet, Buddy Weed on piano, Walter Page on bass, and Johnny Blowers on drums. The later ensemble has a more modern sound, owing not least of all to the contrasting styles of the bassists. Foster plays in the older "slap" style while Page plays in the smoother "walking" style that he helped invent.
All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs (SP) 7 inchs (EP) 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Home Jazz Others Jazz. This item is not for sale any longer Other records from the album The fabulous sidney bechet with sidney de paris and jonah jones by Bechet Sidney : sidney bechet the fabulous sidney bechet with sidney de paris and jonah jones LP24. bechet sidney the fabulous sidney bechet with sidney de paris and jonah jones LP59. 1951) Sur l'autre face: Sidney Bechet (cl), Jonah Jones (tp), Jimmy Archey (tb), Buddy Weed (p), Walter Page (b), Johnny Blowers (dm). A noter: une légèree griffe (de quelques secondes ) sur une plage.
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The Jonah Jones heard on this record is not the Jonah Jones of 'muted jazz' and Embers fame, but a lustier, more extroverted player. This session was recorded in the late summer of '54 when Jones had come to Paris as a last-minute replacement for Sidney Bechet at a major jazz festival. He's joined by Bechet, Andre Pesiany, Benoit Quersin, and other excellent French players. This is happy, easy-to-listen-to jazz featuring a consistently fine trumpeter who never lost sight of the essentials of classic Swing style.
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