Marty Paich

Mel Torme and The Marty Paich Dek-Tette - The 1956 Torme-Paich Legendary Sessions (1956) {Fresh Sound Records rel 2006}

Mel Torme and The Marty Paich Dek-Tette - The 1956 Torme-Paich Legendary Sessions (1956) {Fresh Sound Records rel 2006}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 299 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 176 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (jpg) -> 263 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1956, 2006 Bethlehem / Fresh Sound Records | FSRCD 2230
Jazz / Vocal Jazz / Bop / Cool / West Coast Jazz

50th Anniversary Commemoration Edition of the TORMÉ-PAICH legendary sessions. A milestone in the history of vocal jazz, with fully illustrated booklet (rare & unpublished photos). The definitive edition. Fascinated by the sound of the 1953 Gerry Mulligan Ten-tette, Mel Tormé had always felt that these same patterns, re-worked for the proper vocalist, could blend voice and instrument to the mutual satisfaction of both. In 1956, this idea became a reality. The task of selecting musicians who could produce this sound was given to the versatile pianist-arranger Marty Paich who, in fact, co-featured with Mel on these recordings.
Hank Crawford & The Marty Paich Orchestra - Soul Of The Ballad (1963/2012) [24/192]

Hank Crawford & The Marty Paich Orchestra - Soul Of The Ballad (1963/2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 37:10 minutes | 1,56 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

On The Soul Of The Ballad, Hank Crawford is backed by The Marty Paich Orchestra. The crossover sensation performs with effortless ease as he plays a dozen flawless ballads. With riveting arrangements, the repertoire includes the standouts “I Left My Heart In San Francisco”, “Whispering Glass” and “Time Out For Tears”.
Marty Paich - A Jazz Band Ball - (First Set) [Recorded 1957] (This Release 1996)

Marty Paich - A Jazz Band Ball - (First Set) [Recorded 1957] (This Release 1996)
EAC | FLAC+CUE+LOG - 118 MB | SCANS - 15 MB (600dpi) + 3% Recovery
Genre: Jazz | Label: V.S.O.P. | Catalogue No: V.S.O.P. 23
Filesonic & Fileserve

Marty Paich heads a septet on this reissue CD.This Marty Paich led session was intended to showcase Marty's arranging skills and artistic freedom as Mode's musical director. The purpose of this recording was to make an all valve brass + rhythm section ensemble swing.
Marty Paich Big Band - The Modern Touch [Recorded 1959] (This Release 2005)

Marty Paich Big Band - The Modern Touch [Recorded 1959] (This Release 2005)
EAC | FLAC+CUE+LOG - 411 MB | SCANS - 24 MB (600dpi) + 3% Recovery
Genre: Jazz / Big Band | Label: Lone Hill Jazz | Catalogue No: LHJ 10186

Sparkling work from arranger Marty Paich - This release contains two complete LPs:- “The Broadway Bit” (Warner Bros, 1959)- “I Get a Boot out of You” (Warner Bros, 1959).It could easily be called an All Star Big Band.The sound recording is fabulous.Highly Recommended.
Mel Torme & The Marty Paich Dek-Tette - In Concert Tokyo (1989)

Mel Torme & The Marty Paich Dek-Tette - In Concert Tokyo (1989)
EAC | FLAC+CUE+LOG - 289 MB | SCANS - 18 MB (600dpi)
Genre: Jazz / Jazz Vocal / Big Band | Label: Concord Jazz | Catalogue No: CCD 4382

Mel Tormé and arranger Marty Paich (leading his ten-piece "Dek-tette") recorded several classic albums in the late '50s. On Reunion earlier in 1988 they had an enjoyable collaboration and this live set was a follow-up. In general these in-concert performances are livelier with Tormé sounding quite exuberant at times. A joyful outing. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide

Jesse Belvin with The Marty Paich Orchestra - Mr. Easy (1995)  

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Jesse Belvin with The Marty Paich Orchestra - Mr. Easy (1995)

Jesse Belvin with The Marty Paich Orchestra - Mr. Easy (1995)
EAC | FLAC+CUE+LOG - 213 MB | SCANS - 11 MB (600dpi)
Genre: Jazz / Jazz Vocal / Big Band | Label: RCA | Catalogue No: ND 74402

Jesse went under the nickname of 'Mr Easy', releasing an album of the same name, however, Jesse was not to see this release of his final finished product.Tragedy struck in February 1960, when Jesse and his wife Anne were killed, in a head on car accident, shortly after finishing a performance in Little Rock, Arizona, following a performance on a bill with Sam Cooke, Jackie Wilson, and Marv Johnson.'Mr Easy' came out later that year.
Art Pepper ‎- Art Pepper + Eleven (Modern Jazz Classics) (1959) [MFSL, MFCD 805]

Art Pepper ‎- Art Pepper + Eleven (Modern Jazz Classics) (1959)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
1991 | Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, MFCD 805 | ~ 238 or 102 Mb | Scans Included
Bop, Big Band, Cool Jazz

This is a true classic. Altoist Art Pepper is joined by an 11-piece band playing Marty Paich arrangements of a dozen jazz standards from the bop and cool jazz era. Trumpeter Jack Sheldon has a few solos, but the focus is very much on the altoist who is in peak form for this period…
Best From The West: Modern Sounds From California, Vol. 2 (1955/2015) [Mono 24/192]

Best From The West: Modern Sounds From California, Vol. 2 (1955/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | MONO | Time - 23:46 minutes | 793 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Originally released on 10-inch vinyl in early 1955, this album spotlights some of the best from Blue Note's West Coast jazz roster of the day, as the title implies, recorded in Los Angeles and featuring prominent jazz musicians from both coasts such as Harry "Sweets" Edison, Stan Levey, Conte Candoli and Marty Paich. The "blindfold test" refers to the fact that this was originally issued with no credits, presenting a challenge to jazz fans to identify the players who were only revealed on the second volume of this series.
Best From The West: Modern Sounds From California, Vol. 1 (1955/2015) [Mono 24/192]

Best From The West: Modern Sounds From California, Vol. 1 (1955/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | MONO | Time - 23:54 minutes | 817 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Originally released on 10-inch vinyl in early 1955, this album spotlights some of the best from Blue Note's West Coast jazz roster of the day, as the title implies, recorded in Los Angeles and featuring prominent jazz musicians from both coasts such as Harry "Sweets" Edison, Stan Levey, Conte Candoli and Marty Paich. The "blindfold test" refers to the fact that this was originally issued with no credits, presenting a challenge to jazz fans to identify the players who were only revealed on the second volume of this series.
Mel Torme - Swings Shubert Alley (1960/2012) [Official Digital Download 24/192]

Mel Tormé, The Marty Paich Orchestra - Swings Shubert Alley (1960/2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time - 39:15 minutes | 1,61 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

The iconic Mel Torme, one of jazz’s most phenomenal vocalists, delivered a masterpiece with his 1960 recording, Mel Torme Swings Shubert Alley. One of his several collaborations with exquisite pianist/arranger Marty Paich, Torme swung hard with this loud and fast collection of Broadway standards. With his exuberant and husky vocals, Torme tackles classics like “Too Close For Comfort,” “Too Darn Hot” and “Old Devil Moon.” The album finds Torme in top form and is a must own for any audiophile who loves vocal jazz at its finest.