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Nat King Cole - The Complete Capitol Recordings Of The Nat King Cole Trio (1942-1961) [18CD BoxSet] {1991 Mosaic}

Nat King Cole - The Complete Capitol Recordings Of The Nat King Cole Trio (1942-1961) [18CD BoxSet] {1991 Mosaic}
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© 1991 Mosaic Records | MD18-138
Jazz / Vocal Jazz / Swing / Traditional Pop

This collection contains 349 songs recorded at 91 separate recording sessions between October 11, 1942 and March 23, 1961. Two-thirds of the selection on this 18-disc anthology have either been out out of print since the 1940s, or have never been released in any form. Cole's 1956 album, AFTER MIDNIGHT, is included here in its entirety, along with all of the trio's more familiar songs. Included in this set are 104 tracks previously unavailable on US LPs. Sixty-six of the tracks were previously unavailable anywhere. Fifty-six rare Capitol radio transcriptions appear commercially for the first time. Dozens of the tracks appear at the correct speed for the first time ever.

Abri and the Dreamfleet - We Fly (2017)  Music

Posted by aasana at Aug. 4, 2017
Abri and the Dreamfleet - We Fly (2017)

Abri and the Dreamfleet - We Fly (2017)
Electronic, Pop, World | 47:57 min | MP3, 320 kbps | 109 MB
Label: Desmo Records

Abri and the Dreamfleet’s debut album, We Fly, is a remarkable collaborative journey. With all tracks written by the trio, vocals from Hamdan and production from both Adriano and Mostyn, We Fly is a soulful and organic mid-tempo LP. The album originally began life as a one-off collab between Mostyn and Adriano, and blossomed into a full-length soundtrack beautifully complemented by Abri’s stunning vocals and heartfelt lyrics. At times dark and moody, We Fly nevertheless reveals happiness and hope around every corner.

Rotem Sivan Trio - Antidote (2017)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at July 11, 2017
Rotem Sivan Trio - Antidote (2017)

Rotem Sivan Trio - Antidote (2017)
Jazz | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:37:54 | 87 MB
Label: Aima Records

Heartbreak knows no true cure, but music can act as something of an antidote or coping mechanism to assist in dealing with it and suffering through it. That's what guitarist-composer Rotem Sivan discovered after a long-term relationship came to a swift and unexpected end. He turned to music to help him grapple with his demons and confront his new reality, emerging from the experience a year later with a newfound sense of emotional well-being and this powerful album.
The Oscar Peterson Trio - The Complete Tokyo Concert 1964 (2015)

The Oscar Peterson Trio - The Complete Tokyo Concert 1964 (2015)
Jazz | 2:21:00 | MP3, 320 kbps | 322 MB
Label: Domino Records

This long unavailable and splendid 1964 concert by the classic Oscar Peterson Trio with Ray Brown and Ed Thigpen performing in Tokyo, is now issued on CD for the first time. This particular formation of the trio would not last much longer, as drummer Ed Thigpen who had been with the band for many years would quit the group in mid-1965.
The Angelica Sanchez Trio - Float the Edge (2017) {Clean Feet}

The Angelica Sanchez Trio - Float the Edge (2017) {Clean Feet}
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Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop

You can often judge musicians by the company they keep. Float the Edge, the latest album from pianist-composer Angelica Sanchez, features her alongside two of the most sought-after rhythm-section musicians on the scene: veteran bassist Michael Formanek and rising-star Tyshawn Sorey, both acclaimed leader-composers in their own right. To be released via Clean Feed Records on March 25, 2017, Float the Edge sees this earthy, expansive trio perform Sanchez’s compositions, as well as several free improvisations. “A lot of what we do as a trio and what each of us does living a life in this music is take things to the edge, taking the risk to jump off without really knowing where you’re going to land,” the pianist says. “When it works, you feel like you’re floating it’s beautiful.”
New Klezmer Trio - Short For Something (2000) {Tzadik TZ 7141}

New Klezmer Trio - Short For Something (2000) {Tzadik TZ 7141}
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© 2000 Tzadik | TZ 7141 | Tzadik Radical Jewish Culture Series
Jazz / Klezmer / Modern Creative / Jewish Music / Clarinet

This long-awaited third CD by the legendary New Klezmer Trio is pure pleasure. Their first two CDs, released in 1990 and 1995 respectively have long been Tzadik favorites, combining elements of jazz and improvisation with the Jewish tradition in ways both thoughtful and surprising. This is a masterful new recording by one of the classic bands in the New Jewish Renaissance. Naftule Brandwein via Jimmy Giuffre.

The Angelica Sanchez Trio - Float The Edge (2017)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at April 4, 2017
The Angelica Sanchez Trio - Float The Edge (2017)

The Angelica Sanchez Trio - Float The Edge
Jazz | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 55:03 min | 126 MB
Label: Clean Feed | Tracks: 08 | Rls.date: 2017

You can often judge musicians by the company they keep. Float the Edge, the latest album from pianist-composer Angelica Sanchez, features her alongside two of the most sought-after rhythm-section musicians on the scene: veteran bassist Michael Formanek and rising-star Tyshawn Sorey, both acclaimed leader-composers in their own right. To be released via Clean Feed Records on March 25, 2017, Float the Edge sees this earthy, expansive trio perform Sanchez’s compositions, as well as several free improvisations.

Denise King and Massimo Farao Trio - Songs With Love (2017)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at March 27, 2017
Denise King and Massimo Farao Trio - Songs With Love (2017)

Denise King and Massimo Farao Trio - Songs With Love (2017)
Vocal Jazz, Pop | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:07:43 | 160 MB
Label: Playaudio | Release Year: 2017

Influenced by Nancy Wilson, Marlena Shaw and Sarah Vaughan, Denise King is an expressive, big-voiced singer who combines jazz with elements of R&B, blues and gospel. King was born and raised in Philadelphia, where she was exposed to R&B as a child and discovered jazz at 12 thanks to an uncle who was an avid record collector. After graduating from high school, the Philadelphian entered the medical field and earned her living as a technician and a family-planning counselor. King was in her early 30s when she started doing club gigs around Philly, and eventually, she became a full-time singer. Though she's no stranger to standards, one of King's strong points has been her ability to provide jazz interpretations of rock and soul hits – in fact, she has turned everything from Santana's "Evil Ways" to Ruby & the Romantics' "Our Day Will Come" into swinging acoustic jazz. King started recording in the 1990s, offering Live In Japan: I Remember You in 1993, Now Ain't That Love in 1996 and Simply Mellow in 1997.
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
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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.