The Modern Jazz Quartet - The Complete Last Concert mp3 album

02:28:05
The Modern Jazz Quartet - The Complete Last Concert mp3 album
Bop,Cool,Third Stream,Mainstream Jazz
  • Performer:
    The Modern Jazz Quartet
  • Title:
    The Complete Last Concert
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Bop,Cool,Third Stream,Mainstream Jazz
  • Date of release:
  • Duration:
    02:28:05
  • Recording Location:
    Avery Fisher (Philharmonic) Hall, Lincoln Center For The Performing Arts, New York, NY
The Modern Jazz Quartet - The Complete Last Concert mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1335 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1480 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1123 mb
  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    653
  • Formats:
    FLAC MIDI AC3 MP1 MP2 AA

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise Oscar Hammerstein II / Sigmund Romberg The Modern Jazz Quartet 6:25
2 The Cylinder Milt Jackson The Modern Jazz Quartet 5:28
3 Summertime George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin / DuBose Heyward The Modern Jazz Quartet 7:49
4 Really True Blues Milt Jackson The Modern Jazz Quartet 5:27
5 What's New? Johnny Burke / Bob Haggart The Modern Jazz Quartet 7:12
6 Blues in A Minor John Lewis The Modern Jazz Quartet 7:46
7 Confirmation Charlie Parker The Modern Jazz Quartet 4:53
8 'Round Midnight Bernie Hanighen / Thelonious Monk / Cootie Williams The Modern Jazz Quartet 7:34
9 A Night in Tunisia Dizzy Gillespie / Frank Paparelli The Modern Jazz Quartet 5:21
10 Tears from the Children Johann Sebastian Bach The Modern Jazz Quartet 5:00
11 Blues in H (B) Milt Jackson The Modern Jazz Quartet 5:28
12 England's Carol John Lewis / Traditional The Modern Jazz Quartet 5:42

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Golden Striker John Lewis The Modern Jazz Quartet 5:26
2 One Never Knows John Lewis The Modern Jazz Quartet 7:23
3 Trav'lin' John Lewis The Modern Jazz Quartet 5:38
4 Skating in Central Park John Lewis The Modern Jazz Quartet 6:32
5 The Legendary Profile Milt Jackson The Modern Jazz Quartet 4:30
6 Concierto de Aranjuez Joaquín Rodrigo The Modern Jazz Quartet 10:50
7 The Jasmine Tree John Lewis The Modern Jazz Quartet 4:05
8 In Memoriam John Lewis The Modern Jazz Quartet 16:47
9 Django John Lewis The Modern Jazz Quartet 6:09
10 Bags' Groove Milt Jackson The Modern Jazz Quartet 6:40

Credits

Johann Sebastian Bach - Composer
Johnny Burke - Composer
Bob Defrin - Art Direction
Nesuhi Ertegun - Executive Producer
David Gahr - Photography
George Gershwin - Composer
Ira Gershwin - Composer
Dizzy Gillespie - Composer
Bob Haggart - Composer
Oscar Hammerstein II - Composer
Bernie Hanighen - Composer
Percy Heath - Bass
Nat Hentoff - Liner Notes
David Hewitt - Engineer
DuBose Heyward - Composer
Milt Jackson - Composer, Vibraphone
Connie Kay - Drums
John Lewis - Composer, Piano
Ilhan Mimaroglu - Producer
The Modern Jazz Quartet - Primary Artist
Thelonious Monk - Composer
Frank Paparelli - Composer
Charlie Parker - Composer
Gene Paul - Mixing
Joaquín Rodrigo - Composer
Sigmund Romberg - Composer
Abie Sussman - Cover Design, Design
Traditional - Composer
Bobby Warner - Mixing
Cootie Williams - Composer



WinDImmortaL
I agree with what many others have said. Creativity of different type is here. Each member has been given so much attention that it like a class reunion of wonderful talent not to duplicated. If you study the musical training for each member especially the bassist and drummer and Milt Jackson you will see and hear profound naturally talents coming from this performance. Interchange between all four members creates the improvisation to make this unforgettable. The album cover is a still life of the profound type that needs to be painted again. I had the privilege of hearing this group in 1990 for a live performance. Superb performance of an extraordinary level of musical improvisation. If you want a review of forty or more years of seminal American jazz here it is. Chamber music at its best. This is why the europeans loved to hear this group. Listen to its live performance in Sweden in 1960 to get a taste of what is produced here so many years later.
Pemand
One of the best jazz records ever. If you have a turntable this is the the LP to buy.