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Performer: Dizzy Gillespie
Title: In The Beginning
Style: Bop
Released: 1973
Country: UK
Size MP3 version: 1921 mb
Size FLAC version: 1592 mb
Size WMA version: 1685 mb
Rating: 4.4
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Genre: Jazz

Dizzy Gillespie - In The Beginning mp3 flac


Trumpet – Dizzy Gillespie.

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The Source is a live album by trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie recorded in Paris, France, in 1973 and first released on the French America label. Still, the edge is missing on these explorations of standards and recent originals". Manteca" (Gil Fuller, Dizzy Gillespie, Chano Pozo) - 13:30. Alone Together" (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz) - 5:26. Brother "K"" (Gillespie) - 9:27.

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Complete your Dizzy Gillespie collection. This issue has an Orrin Keepnews flavor to it, though he isn't mentioned in the notes. The album is from Fantasy in 1973, and Orrin was associated with Fantasy for many years. As producer at Riverside, he issued some excellent recordings, many of them by major artists. But his reissues (for example, the complete Riverside recordings of Thelonious Monk and Bill Evans, and the 1990s RCA-Victor Fats Waller CD sets) always have errors and omissions.

John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie (/ɡɪˈlɛspi/; October 21, 1917 – January 6, 1993) was an American jazz trumpeter, bandleader, composer, and singer. Gillespie was a trumpet virtuoso and improviser, building on the virtuoso style of Roy Eldridge but adding layers of harmonic and rhythmic complexity previously unheard in jazz. His combination of musicianship, showmanship, and wit made him a leading popularizer of the new music called bebop.

Biography by Scott Yanow. Trumpet virtuoso and bop revolutionary whose desire to innovate helped invent and define the musical vocabulary for an entire genre.

Dizzy Gillespie: все альбомы, включая Milestones of a Jazz Legend - Buddy Rich, Vol. 1, Dizzy Gillespie: Live At Newport Jazz Festival 1959, Easter Bells и другие. 2017 Original Album 1957. 2017 Remastered 2017.

In 1966, he worked again with Farmer on the album ‘Nine Flags, which was recorded for theImpulse! label. In the 1960s, having returned to America from Cuba, O'Farrill worked as a musical director and arranger for CBS television, in particular on the "Festival of the Lively Arts" where he had the chance to compose musical settings for such leading jazz musicians as Stan Getz and Gerry Mulligan.

Dizzy Gillespie - In The Beginning (Prestige PR 24030). Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet, vocals; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Al Haig, piano; Curly Russell, bass; Sidney Catlett, drums; Sarah Vaughan, vocals NYC, May 11, 1945. The Greatest Of Dizzy Gillespie (RCA Victor LPM-2398). Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet; Don Byas, tenor sax Milt Jackson, vibes; Al Haig, piano; Bill DeArango, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; . NYC, February 22, 1946.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Blue 'n' Boogie
Bass – Murray ShipinskyDrums – Shelly ManneGuitar – Chuck WaynePiano – Frank PaparelliTenor Saxophone – Dexter GordonWritten-By – Dizzy Gillespie
2:55
A2 Groovin' High
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Slam StewartDrums – Cozy ColeGuitar – Remo PalmieriPiano – Clyde HartWritten-By – Gillespie*, Stone*
2:40
A3 Dizzy Atmosphere
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Slam StewartDrums – Cozy ColeGuitar – Remo PalmieriPiano – Clyde HartWritten-By – Gillespie*
2:45
A4 All The Things You Are
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Slam StewartDrums – Cozy ColeGuitar – Remo PalmieriPiano – Clyde HartWritten-By – Kern-Hammerstein*
2:45
A5 Salt Peanuts
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Curly RussellDrums – Sid Catlett*Piano – Al HaigWritten-By – Gillespie*, Clarke*
3:12
A6 Shaw 'Nuff
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Curly RussellDrums – Sid Catlett*Piano – Al HaigWritten-By – Parker*, Gillespie*
2:55
B1 Lover Man
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Curly RussellDrums – Sid Catlett*Piano – Al HaigVocals – Sarah VaughanWritten-By – Davis*, Sherman*, Ramirez*
3:17
B2 Hot House
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Curly RussellDrums – Sid Catlett*Piano – Al HaigWritten-By – Tadd Dameron
3:07
B3 One Bass Hit, Part I
Alto Saxophone – Sonny StittBass – Ray BrownDrums – Kenny ClarkePiano – Al HaigVibraphone [Vibes] – Milt JacksonWritten-By – Gillespie*, Fuller*, Brown*
2:52
B4 Oop Bop Sh'Bam
Alto Saxophone – Sonny StittBass – Ray BrownDrums – Kenny ClarkePiano – Al HaigVibraphone [Vibes] – Milt JacksonVocals – Gillespie*, Gil FullerWritten-By – Gillespie*, Fuller*, Brown*
2:57
B5 A Hand Fulla Gimme
Alto Saxophone – Sonny StittBass – Ray BrownDrums – Kenny ClarkePiano – Al HaigVibraphone [Vibes] – Milt JacksonVocals – Alice RobertsWritten-By – Gillespie*, Fuller*, Brown*
2:58
B6 That's Earl, Brother
Alto Saxophone – Sonny StittBass – Ray BrownDrums – Kenny ClarkePiano – Al HaigVibraphone [Vibes] – Milt JacksonWritten-By – Gillespie*, Fuller*, Brown*
2:34
C1 Our Delight
Bass – Ray BrownDrums – Kenny ClarkePiano [Either Of] – John Lewis , Milt JacksonSaxophone – Howard Johnson , John Brown , Pee Wee Moore, Ray Abrams, Warren LuckeyTrombone – Al Moore*, Charles Greenlee, Leon ComegysTrumpet – Dave Burns, John Lynch , Raymond Orr, Talib Dawood*Written-By – Tadd Dameron
2:45
C2 Good Dues Blues
Bass – Ray BrownDrums – Kenny ClarkePiano [Either Of] – John Lewis , Milt JacksonSaxophone – Howard Johnson , John Brown , Pee Wee Moore, Ray Abrams, Warren LuckeyTrombone – Al Moore*, Charles Greenlee, Leon ComegysTrumpet – Dave Burns, John Lynch , Raymond Orr, Talib Dawood*Vocals – Alice RobertsWritten-By – Gillespie*, Fuller*, Brown*
3:02
C3 One Bass Hit, Part II
Drums – Kenny ClarkePiano – John Lewis Saxophone – Howard Johnson , John Brown , Pee Wee Moore, Ray Abrams, Warren LuckeyTrombone – Al Moore*, Gordon Thomas, Leon ComegysTrumpet – Dave Burns, John Lynch , Raymond Orr, Talib Dawood*Vibraphone [Vibes] – Milt JacksonWritten-By – Gillespie*, Fuller*, Brown*
2:55
C4 Ray's Idea
Drums – Kenny ClarkePiano – John Lewis Saxophone – Howard Johnson , John Brown , Pee Wee Moore, Ray Abrams, Warren LuckeyTrombone – Al Moore*, Gordon Thomas, Leon ComegysTrumpet – Dave Burns, John Lynch , Raymond Orr, Talib Dawood*Vibraphone [Vibes] – Milt JacksonWritten-By – Fuller*, Brown*
2:30
C5 Things To Come
Drums – Kenny ClarkePiano – John Lewis Saxophone – Howard Johnson , John Brown , Pee Wee Moore, Ray Abrams, Warren LuckeyTrombone – Al Moore*, Gordon Thomas, Leon ComegysTrumpet – Dave Burns, John Lynch , Raymond Orr, Talib Dawood*Vibraphone [Vibes] – Milt JacksonWritten-By – Gillespie*, Fuller*
2:22
D1 Emanon
Bass – Ray BrownDrums – Joe Harris Piano – John Lewis Saxophone – Billy Frazier*, James Moody, John Brown , Pee Wee Moore, Scoops CareyTrombone – Al Moore*, Gordon Thomas, Taswell BairdTrumpet – Dave Burns, Elmon Wright, John Lynch , Matthew McKayVibraphone [Vibes] – Milt JacksonWritten-By – Gillespie*, Shaw*
3:08
D2 He Beeped When He Shoulda Bopped
Bass – Ray BrownDrums – Kenny ClarkePiano – John Lewis Saxophone – Howard Johnson , John Brown , Pee Wee Moore, Ray Abrams, Warren LuckeyTrombone – Al Moore*, Gordon Thomas, Leon ComegysTrumpet – Dave Burns, John Lynch , Raymond Orr, Talib Dawood*Vibraphone [Vibes] – Milt JacksonVocals – Alice RobertsWritten-By – Gillespie*, Fuller*, Brown*
2:40
D3 I Waited For You
Bass – Ray BrownDrums – Joe Harris Piano – John Lewis Saxophone – Billy Frazier*, James Moody, John Brown , Pee Wee Moore, Scoops CareyTrombone – Al Moore*, Gordon Thomas, Taswell BairdTrumpet – Dave Burns, John Lynch , Matthew McKayVibraphone [Vibes] – Milt JacksonVocals – Kenny HagoodWritten-By – Russell*, Gillespie*
2:39
D4 Nice Work If You Can Get It
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy HeathBass – Percy HeathDrums – Joe Harris Piano – Milt JacksonTenor Saxophone – Jimmy Oliver Written-By – George & Ira Gershwin
2:45
D5 She's Gone Again
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy HeathBass – Percy HeathDrums – Joe Harris Piano – Milt JacksonTenor Saxophone – Jimmy Oliver Vocals – Dizzy GillespieWritten-By – L. Gillespie*
2:42
D6 Thinking Of You
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy HeathBass – Percy HeathDrums – Joe Harris Piano – Milt JacksonTenor Saxophone – Jimmy Oliver Written-By – Kalmar*, Ruby*
2:45

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Fantasy Records
  • Copyright (c) – Prestige
  • Published By – Leeds
  • Published By – T.B. Harms Co.
  • Published By – Consolidated Music
  • Published By – Pickwick Music
  • Published By – Bregman, Vocco & Conn
  • Published By – Harrison Music Corp.
  • Published By – Chappell
  • Published By – Gershwin Publishing Corp.
  • Published By – Warner Bros. Music
  • Remastered At – Fantasy Studios
  • Lacquer Cut At – The Lacquer Channel, Sausalito

Credits

  • Art Direction – Tony Lane
  • Liner Notes – Ralph J. Gleason
  • Photography – From Collection Of Ralph J. Gleason
  • Remastered By – Mike Reese
  • Trumpet – Dizzy Gillespie

Notes

Comes in a gatefold cover.

Track A1 recorded February 9, 1945.
Track A2 to A4 recorded February (probably the 28th), 1945.
Track A5 to B2 recorded May 11, 1945.
Track B3 to B6 recorded May 15, 1946.
Track C1 and C2 recorded June 10, 1946.
Track C3 to C6 and D2 recorded July 9, 1946.
Track D1 and D3 to D6 recorded November 12, 1946.

Publishers:
A1: Leeds-ASCAP
A2: Leeds-ASCAP
A3: Leeds-ASCAP
A4: T. B. Harms-ASCAP
A5: Leeds-ASCAP
A6: Consolidated-ASCAP
B1: Pickwick-ASCAP
B2: Bregman, Vocco & Conn-ASCAP
B3: Consolidated-ASCAP
B4: Consolidated-ASCAP
B5: Consolidated-ASCAP
B6: Consolidated-ASCAP
C1: Bregman, Vocco & Conn-ASCAP
C2: Consolidated-ASCAP
C3: Consolidated-ASCAP
C4: Consolidated-ASCAP
C5: Consolidated-ASCAP
D1: Consolidated-ASCAP
D2: Consolidated-ASCAP
D3: Harrison-ASCAP
D4: Chappell/Gershwin-ASCAP
D5: no publisher stated
D6: Warner Bros. Music-ASCAP

All these selections were originally issued as 78 rpm singles.

Printed in U.S.A.

© 1973 Prestige Records
℗ 1973

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): P-24030-A 1 TLC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): P-24030-B 1 TLC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C): P-24030-C 1 TLC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D): P-24030-D 1 TLC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PR 24030 Dizzy Gillespie In The Beginning ‎(2xLP, Comp, Promo, RM) Prestige PR 24030 UK 1973
P-24030 Dizzy Gillespie In The Beginning ‎(2xLP, Comp, RM) Prestige P-24030 US 1973
PR 24 030 Dizzy Gillespie In The Beginning ‎(2xLP, Comp, RM) Prestige PR 24 030 France 1973
S 66.028 Dizzy Gillespie In The Beginning ‎(2xLP, Comp, RM) Prestige, Hispavox S 66.028 Spain 1981
PR 24030 Dizzy Gillespie In The Beginning ‎(2xLP, Comp, Mono, RM) Prestige PR 24030 UK 1973
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This is an excellent collection of early Gillespie, and, with the 2 CD set of his RCA-Victor recordings, ought to be heard by every serious jazz collector. It is long overdue for one of those tasty Japanese CD issues.The various tracks are, for the most part, not rare, but the reissues have mainly been ratty, random selections, some of them taken from scratchy 78s. It is great to have all these in one place, and without the scratches.This issue has an Orrin Keepnews flavor to it, though he isn't mentioned in the notes. The album is from Fantasy in 1973, and Orrin was associated with Fantasy for many years. As producer at Riverside, he issued some excellent recordings, many of them by major artists. But his reissues (for example, the complete Riverside recordings of Thelonious Monk and Bill Evans, and the 1990s RCA-Victor Fats Waller CD sets) always have errors and omissions.In this case, the omission of the February 9, 1945 version of "Groovin' High" (the one with Dexter Gordon instead of Bird) is bad. That version is hard to find. And why not add "Too Much Weight", to complete the September 16, 1950 session?The tracks are not in session order. Why not? The personnel listing is hard to follow because of that and the fact that "cumulative" listings are used (that is, A, B, and C replace D, E, F from the previous session, and then G, H, I replace J, K, L); those are always hard to follow.The titles on Side 3 are wrong in the notes. The LP has 1. Things To Come, 2. Good Dues Blues, 3. One Bass Hit, Part II, 4. Our Delight, 5. Ray's Idea.So, sloppy selection and production.Don't let these niggles distract you from the music, which is excellent and essential.