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The Oscar Peterson Trio - Tristeza On Piano (1970/2014) [Official Digital Download 24/88]

The Oscar Peterson Trio - Tristeza On Piano (1970/2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/88,2 kHz | Time - 44:42 minutes | 863 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

This 1970 session from Oscar Peterson and his trio is considered one of the high points of the pianist's career. Accompanied by Sam Jones on double bass and Bobby Durham on drums, Peterson delves into the world of bossa nova on tracks such as Triste by Antônio Carlos Jobim. The majority of the tunes here are standards but there is one Peterson original number entitled Nightingale.
Jimmy Giuffre, Paul Bley, Steve Swallow - Fly Away Little Bird (1992) Reissue 2002

Jimmy Giuffre, Paul Bley, Steve Swallow - Fly Away Little Bird (1992) Reissue 2002
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 298 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 187 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Modern Creative, Post-Bop, Modal Jazz | Label: Sunnyside | # SSC 3504 | Time: 01:16:39

Why aren't there more recordings like Fly Away Little Bird? Perhaps it's because there aren't more musicians of this stature. The studio reunion of the legendarily experimental Jimmy Giuffre 3 in 1992 was reissued in 2002 on the French Sunnyside label and is a radical departure from anything the trio had done in the past. These studio apparitions of the band are their most seamlessly accessible while being wildly exploratory. In addition to the consummate improvisations and compositions by Giuffre (title track, a redone "Tumbleweed"), the tender meditations by Steve Swallow ("Fits" and "Starts"), and the bottom-register contrapuntal improves by Paul Bley ("Qualude"), this is a trio recording that uses standards such as "Lover Man," a radically and gorgeously reworked "I Can't Get Started," "Sweet and Lovely," and "All the Things You Are" to state hidden textural possibilities inside chromatic harmony. There is never the notion of restraint in the slow, easy, and proactive way these compositions are approached.
The Oscar Peterson Trio - With Respect To Nat (1966) {1998, Reissue, Remastered}

The Oscar Peterson Trio - With Respect To Nat (1966) {1998, Reissue, Remastered}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) + Cue + Log + m3u ~ 219 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 117 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 600 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Jazz | Verve Records #557 486-2 / Polygram Records #5574862JK01

This album is quite unusual. Recorded shortly after Nat King Cole's death, pianist Oscar Peterson takes vocals on all but one of the dozen selections, sounding almost exactly like Cole. Peterson, who rarely ever sang, is very effective on the well-rounded program, whether being backed by a big band (arranged by Manny Albam) on half of the selections or re-creating both the spirit of the Nat King Cole Trio and his own group of the late '50s during a reunion with guitarist Herb Ellis and bassist Ray Brown.
The Paul Smith Trio - He Sells Jazz By The Sea Shore (1965) {2013 Japan Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series 24bit Remaster}

The Paul Smith Trio - He Sells Jazz By The Sea Shore (1965) {2013 Japan Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series 24bit Remaster}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 217 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 85 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (png) -> 154 Mb | 5% repair rar | 24-bit remaster
© 1965, 2013 Warner Bros. / Warner Japan / WEA / Rhino | WPCR-27329 | Jazz Best Collection 1000 Series
Jazz / Bop / Cool / Piano Trio

Features 24 bit remastering and comes with a mini-description. Paul Smith is well-known to jazz fans for his sterling accompaniment on a number of Ella Fitzgerald's best albums, particularly Ella in Berlin. But the veteran pianist has recorded quite a bit on his own, though few of his LPs (like this Warner Bros. album from the 1960s) have been reissued on CD. Joining him on this trio date are bassist Wilfred Middlebrooks (who worked alongside Smith with Ella) and drummer Frank Capp.
Oscar Peterson - Fly Me To The Moon (2006) {"Jazzclub | Legends" Series, Remastered} Repost / New Rip

Oscar Peterson - Fly Me To The Moon (2006) {"Jazzclub | Legends" Series, Remastered}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 385 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 169 Mb
Scans (JPG, 600 dpi) ~ 40 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Jazz, Bop, Mainstream Jazz | Verve Records / Universal Music #06024 9875796

A pleasant compilation of Oscar Peterson tracks with Ed Thigpen, Louis Hayes, Bobby Durham, and others sitting in, all anchored by Peterson's classic version of "Fly Me to the Moon," originally written by Bart Howard in 1954.

George Cables Trio - Bluesology (1998)  Music

Posted by mark70 at Sept. 29, 2016
George Cables Trio - Bluesology (1998)

George Cables Trio - Bluesology (1998)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 68:41 min | 159 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: SteepleChase

We don't get enough of George Cables these days. You know how it is; record for those little independent labels and somehow you just get lost in the major league shuffle. Look a little deeper and you'll find that Cables has made some great trio music in recent days, with two dates coming to my mind in particular, Night and Day on the Japanese DIW label and Cables' Fables from the pianist's SteepleChase oeuvre. Apparently the alliance with the latter concern has proven productive because there's been a great stream of trio discs to come as the product of that relationship, with Bluesology the most recent to get a Stateside release.

Horace Parlan Trio - Hi-Fly (1997)  Music

Posted by mark70 at Sept. 18, 2016
Horace Parlan Trio - Hi-Fly (1997)

Horace Parlan Trio - Hi-Fly (1997)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 71:27 min | 167 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: SteepleChase

This Horace Parlan session is a bit different from most of his albums for Steeplechase. First, he utilizes a drummerless trio with guitarist Doug Raney and bassist Wilbur Little. Second, it was recorded initially via direct-to-disc, which meant no editing was possible and an entire album side had to be recorded in one take without stopping. The short-lived revival of this process produced albums of exquisite sound, but they had to be limited edition due to the limited wear the few disc masters could endure in the manufacturing process.

Fly - Year Of The Snake (2012) {ECM 2235}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Sept. 7, 2016
Fly - Year Of The Snake (2012) {ECM 2235}

Fly - Year Of The Snake (2012) {ECM 2235}
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 600dpi | 483MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 139MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz, Avant-Garde Jazz

Formed eight years ago by drummer Jeff Ballard with fellow Brad Mehldau partner Larry Grenadier on bass and saxophonist Mark Turner(one of the most resourceful and independent sax newcomers of the last decade), the New York trio Fly is an exchange between equals, not a sax-led charge over a rhythm section. Though it falls into the territory sometimes dubbed "chamber-jazz", Year of the Snake is up there with Fly's best work, with its rustling fast grooves and languid horn lines, and pieces that open on almost impossibly pure high-register long tones.

TrueFire - Focus On: Blues-Rock Power Trio with Kelly Richey (2016)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ParRus at April 12, 2016
TrueFire - Focus On: Blues-Rock Power Trio with Kelly Richey (2016)

TrueFire - Focus On: Blues-Rock Power Trio with Kelly Richey (2016)
(.MP4) in an interactive shell | English | PDF tabs + MP3 jam tracks | 864 x 486 | AVC ~978 kbps | 29.970 fps
AAC 125 Kbps 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | 181 minutes | 1.5 GB
Genre: eLearning Video / Guitar lesson

There’s nothing more exhilarating for a guitarist than taking center stage and fronting a power trio. Witness the likes of Stevie Ray Vaughan, Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Clapton and so many other masters of this genre. It’s also a lot more challenging than it looks and that’s the premise for Kelly Richey’s Power Trio course, which focuses on the key elements, creative approaches and techniques that define the genre.
Jay Leonhart Trio - Fly Me To The Moon: Tribute To Ray Brown (2005)

Jay Leonhart Trio - Fly Me To The Moon: Tribute To Ray Brown (2005)
Jazz | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Venus VHCD-4041 | rec: 2003 | 300Mb

I am an avowed sucker when it comes to Ray Brown; mention of his name is guaranteed to raise my eyebrows and catch my attention. When, in addition, I see names like Benny Green, Jay Leonhart, and Al Cohn's son Joe in association with a tribute to the master bassist, I'm pretty well on the way to being hooked, before I've heard a note. Such was the case when this CD arrived, and it's just as well; if I had known nothing about the honoree, musicians or music enclosed, I would have been out of luck.