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Charlie Parker - Complete Savoy Masters (1999)  Music

Posted by Bezz at Nov. 29, 2011
Charlie Parker - Complete Savoy Masters (1999)

Charlie Parker - Complete Savoy Masters (1999)
EAC rip | FLAC + CUE + LOG | Full Scans | 2 CDs | 540 Mb (Incl. Recovery)
Genre ~ Bop, Big Bang, Saxophone Jazz | Label ~ Definitive Records
Charlie Parker - Complete Jazz at Massey Hall (1953, remaster 2003)

Charlie Parker - Complete Jazz at Massey Hall (1953, remaster 2003)
FLAC tracks + cue + log + covers w/booklet | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:13:11 | 336 MB / 170 MB (3% rec.)
Jazz, Bebop | Label: Disconforme (Spain), JFCD 22856

One of the most memorable live recordings in jazz history, featuring Dizzy Gillespie, Bud Powell, Charles Mingus and Max Roach. The fantastic reissue contains all tracks recorded at the concert (fourteen), and has no bass over-dubbing which was added by Charles Mingus on the original issue.

Charlie Parker - Legendary Dial Masters (1996)  Music

Posted by Bezz at Dec. 3, 2010
Charlie Parker - Legendary Dial Masters (1996)

Charlie Parker - Legendary Dial Masters (1996)
Jazz | EAC rip | FLAC + CUE + LOG | Full Scans | 260 Mb
Label ~ Jazz Classics

This is a compilation of some of Bird's very best work, for Dial Records, from 2/46 - 12/47. Content-wise, it is very close to "The Complete Dial Sessions 1946-47", but minus all the outtakes (and at about half the price). If you just want to listen to the music rather than analyze and compare, buy this one. Much of Bird's work has been recompiled and reissued. This release, and "Complete", mentioned above, are probably the best selections from the Dial material. ~ Amazon
Charlie Parker - Complete Savoy & Dial Sessions [8CD Box Set] - 2001

Charlie Parker - Complete Savoy & Dial Sessions [8CD Box Set] - 2001
Lossless (Flac Image + Cue + Log + Audio Identifier Report): 2.25 Mb | EAC Secure Mode Rip | Mp3 (320 kbps): 1.13 Mb | Scans | Rar Files (3% Recovery)
Audio CD (2001) - Original Release Date: 1944-1948 - Number of Discs: 8 - Label: Definitive Records - Catalog Number: DRCD 11183/84 - Source: eMule
Jazz

Charlie Parker - Complete Savoy Sessions [4 CDs]  Music

Posted by Garina at Jan. 25, 2009
Charlie Parker - Complete Savoy Sessions [4 CDs]

Charlie Parker - Complete Savoy Sessions [4 CDs]
Ape & MP3, 320 kbps | Label: Definitive Records | CD 2004
CD 1: 154.7 MB & 113 MB
CD 2: 190 MB & 117 MB
CD 3: 193.7 MB & 115 MB
CD 4: 214.5 MB & 128 MB
Covers: 9.58 MB
Charlie Parker - The Complete Live Performances on Savoy 1947-1950 (1998)

Charlie Parker - The Complete Live Performances on Savoy 1947-1950 (1998)
EAC rip | FLAC + CUE + LOG | 4 CDs | Scans | 860 Mb (Incl. Recovery)
Genre ~ Big Band, Bop, Saxophone Jazz | Label ~ Savoy Jazz Records
Charlie Parker & Chet Baker - Complete Jam Sessions (2002)

Charlie Parker & Chet Baker - Complete Jam Sessions (2002)
Jazz | EAC rip | FLAC + CUE + LOG | Scans | 286 Mb
Label ~ Disconforme

That is, really, the "complete jam sessions" plays by Parker and Baker. The CD contains the jam session with the Babasin All Stars, in the Trade Winds Club, Inglewood, California: it is: "Indiana", "Liza", "They didn't Belive Me" and "The Squirrel", with, Sony Criss (a.s.), Russ Freman ( on # 1) or Al Haig (p), Harry Babasin (b) and Laurence Marable (d). Well, all known. But this recording (or C.D.) includes three themes MORE (with the "breaks"). The themes are: "Ornithology" (2:52); "Barbados" (3:49) and "Cool Blues" (5:36). The recording was in live in the University of Oregon the day, november 5, 1953. Here the group is formed by Baker, Parker, Jimmy Rowles, Carson Smith and Shelly Manne. I don't know (and don't found) these themes in other recordings of Baker or Parker. In Spain this C.D. is edited by "disconforme sl", or "definitive" for other countries.The price in Spain of this CD is, more or less, 6 euros. Naturaly, the "last"( 3 themes more) circumstance does this CD,ESSENTIAL in the discography of Paker or Baker. ~ Amazon
Charlie Parker With Strings - April In Paris (1952) {2014 Japan Universal 100 Series UCCU-99088}

Charlie Parker With Strings - April In Paris (1952) {2014 Japan Universal 100 Series UCCU-99088}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 203 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 124 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (jpg) -> 92 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1952, 2014 Verve / Universal Japan | UCCU-99088
Jazz / Bop / Bebop / Saxophone

The genius of Bird and strings is hard to describe – an edgey aproach that really goes far past most other "jazz with strings" projects, not a ballad-driven one, but a tensely strained one that brings out some of Parker's best soloing, almost in a moody soundtrack-type way. The tracks are a lot freer and less bop-driven than some of Bird's normal work, and it's incredible to hear him soloing with such complexity — even more proof of the genius he clearly exhibited in relation to his contemporaries.
Charlie Parker - Story On Dial Vol. 2 - New York Days (2016) {Japan SHM-CD UCCU-5770 rec 1947}

Charlie Parker - Story On Dial Vol. 2 - New York Days (2016) {Japan SHM-CD UCCU-5770 rec 1947}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 248 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 131 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (jpg) -> 52 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1947, 2016 Dial / Universal Japan | UCCU-5770
Jazz / Bop / Saxophone

The Kansas City alto saxophonist Charlie Parker, who was to post-second-world-war jazz what Louis Armstrong had been to its first wave, is as likely to be remembered today for his heroin habit and early death than for his exquisite and melodically stunning improvising. If that era's jazz is like journalism, Parker was its acutely observant war reporter, who kept coming back from the front of his own exploding world with new stories to tell.
Charlie Parker - Story On Dial Vol. 1 - West Coast Days (2016) {SHM-CD UCCU-5769 rec 1946-1947}

Charlie Parker - Story On Dial Vol. 1 - West Coast Days (2016) {SHM-CD UCCU-5769 rec 1946-1947}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 256 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 126 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (jpg) -> 61 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1946-47, 2016 Dial / Universal Japan | UCCU-5769
Jazz / Bop / Saxophone

The Kansas City alto saxophonist Charlie Parker, who was to post-second-world-war jazz what Louis Armstrong had been to its first wave, is as likely to be remembered today for his heroin habit and early death than for his exquisite and melodically stunning improvising. If that era's jazz is like journalism, Parker was its acutely observant war reporter, who kept coming back from the front of his own exploding world with new stories to tell.