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Charles Lloyd & Jason Moran - Hagar's Song (2013) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz] RE-UP

Charles Lloyd & Jason Moran - Hagar's Song (2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 68:25 minutes | 1,29 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Hagar’s Song, the latest album from long-time ECM luminary Charles Lloyd, is a thrilling duo recording with Jason Moran. The pianist was a key member of Lloyd’s latter-day quartet, performing on the albums Rabo de Nube, Mirror and Athens Concert. This stunning new release features pieces dear to Lloyd including compositions by Billy Strayhorn, Duke Ellington, George Gershwin, Bob Dylan and Brian Wilson. The centerpiece on the album is the title suite, dedicated to Lloyd’s great-great-grandmother.
Jason Moran - All Rise: A Joyful Elegy For Fats Waller (2014) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

Jason Moran - All Rise: A Joyful Elegy For Fats Waller (2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 43:59 minutes | 965 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

All Rise: A Joyful Elegy for Fats Waller is a collaboration with the vocalist Meshell Ndegeocello that recasts the music of the legendary jazz entertainer Fats Waller as a modern dance party. The album is the studio culmination of a project that was born onstage at Harlem Stage Gatehouse as the Fats Waller Dance Party in 2011 as part of their “Harlem Jazz Shrines” series.
Charles Lloyd / Jason Moran - Hagar's Song (2013) {ECM 2311}

Charles Lloyd / Jason Moran - Hagar's Song (2013) {ECM 2311}
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 319MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz

“Hagar’s Song”, the newest release from long-time ECM luminary Charles Lloyd, is an interactive duo recording with Jason Moran, the pianist who has been a key member of Lloyd’s latter-day quartet, contributing to the albums Rabo de Nube (2008), Mirror (2010) and Athens Concert (2012). The album features pieces especially dear to Lloyd, ranging from compositions by Billy Strayhorn (“Pretty Girl” a/k/a “Star-Crossed Lovers”), Duke Ellington (“Mood Indigo”), George Gershwin (“Bess, You Is My Woman Now”) and Earl Hines (“Rosetta”) to a standard strongly associated with Billie Holiday (“You’ve Changed”), Brian Wilson’s most famous Beach Boys ballad (“God Only Knows”) and a Bob Dylan song definitively interpreted by the Band (“I Shall Be Released”).

Jason Moran - Ten (2010)  

Posted by vasiliska23 at Aug. 18, 2010
Jason Moran - Ten (2010)

Jason Moran - Ten (2010)
mp3 320 kbps CBR | 44.1 Khz | Joint Stereo | 64 min 32 sec | 155.4 mb
Label: Blue Note Records | Genre: Jazz | June 21, 2010

Personnel: Jason Moran: piano; Tarus Mateen: bass; Nasheet Waits: drums.

Jason Moran - Artist In Residence (2006)  Music

Posted by 01101991 at July 31, 2010
Jason Moran - Artist In Residence (2006)

Jason Moran - Artist In Residence (2006)
1CD | FLAC (Tracks) - no CUE - no LOG | Covers included | 44.1KHz/16-bit | 2 Channels | 276MB
Label: Blue Note Records | Genre: Jazz | 2006

Despite mixed reviews in publications, this album is absolutely mesmerising. There is something for everyone in this album; whether it's the song about the culture of America (Break Down) or the inspired national anthem (Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing), every song has the kind of genius ideas that we've come to expect of Jason Moran. Also, Cradle Song is a nice touch, a tribute to his mother, who recently passed away.
Paul Motian,  Chris Potter, Jason Moran - Lost in a Dream (2010) [FLAC]

Paul Motian, Chris Potter, Jason Moran - Lost in a Dream
FLAC (EAC rip) | separate tracks | No Log, No CUE | ~325 MB | full scans in separate file (35 MB)
Genre: Jazz, Modern Creative | Label: ECM (ecm 2128) | Year: 2010

Birth of a great new band, captured live at New York’s celebrated Village Vanguard, with repertoire emphasizing Paul Motian’s wonderful ballad writing. New Motian tunes are juxtaposed with “Bird Song” (from “Tati”) and “Drum Music” and “Abacus” (first heard on Paul’s now legendary album “Le Voyage”). A free exploration of Irving Berlin’s “Be Careful It’s My Heart” completes a programme distinguished by gloriously supple playing from all three participants who are in tune at a high level. Or, as the New York Times noted, reviewing the concerts from which this album was drawn: “The accumulated wisdom within the band was clear.” (Source: jazzloft.com)

Jason Moran - Modernistic (2002)  

Posted by mook45 at Feb. 6, 2010
Jason Moran - Modernistic (2002)

Jason Moran - Modernistic (2002)
EAC | FLAC IMG,CUE+LOG = 175MB | [email protected] = 105MB | 400 dpi Scans
Jazz | Label: Blue Note - 7243 5 39838 2 5 | FSo/FSe

Jason Moran — The Bandwagon (2002)  

Posted by zerumuga at Jan. 26, 2009
 Jason Moran — The Bandwagon  (2002)

Jason Moran — The Bandwagon
Jazz | 2002 | FLAC 309 MB | MP3 320Kbps¬140 MB | TTime 58:29 | Covers

Jason Moran Black Stars  

Posted by tocaco3 at Dec. 5, 2008
Jason Moran Black Stars

Jason Moran Black Stars
Jazz | EAC FLAC & [email protected] LOG | 340 Mb & 130 MB
Blue Note Records | 1 CD | 57 min | 2001

Jason Moran has a genuinely contemporary vision that's also in touch with a neglected and radical past. On his third CD for Blue Note as a leader (produced by his usual employer, Greg Osby), the young pianist continues to reach across the great divide that separates his often conservative generation from the label's '60s firebrands. This time he's taken that approach still further, working with saxophonist/flutist/pianist Sam Rivers, one of the stalwarts of Blue Note's most adventurous period and still, at 78, a commanding and adventurous musician. The results recall the early work of pianist Andrew Hill. Sometimes moody, sometimes bright, the music can be turbulent and multidirectional with complex, overlapping patterns that fuse the taut structures of hard bop with the density of free jazz, resulting in a music that combines the energies of both. Moran's meeting with Rivers is an extraordinary success. A mutual lyricism touches glowing, subterranean depths on the duet of "Say Peace," and the same empathy shows in the airy, Oriental grace of "Summit." The final "Sound It Out" is more intimate and spontaneous still, beginning with one of Rivers's own exploratory piano solos before he turns to flute, ceding the keyboard to Moran for another charged dialogue. --

Jason Moran - the Bandwagon (2003)  

Posted by NeilYoung at Oct. 26, 2008
Jason Moran - the Bandwagon (2003)

Jason Moran - the Bandwagon (2003)
Jazz | APE/EAC+CUE+LOG | Front JPG | ~284 Mb | 1CD