Bird Of Paradise - Various - Best Of Jazz Saxophone (CD)


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  1. Oct 21,  · He's done a lot of different things, including bossa nova and some smooth-jazzy fusion, but I will always remember him for his album, Bird of Paradise, one of my favorite jazz albums of all time. It's a tribute to Charlie Parker that dusts off some Bird standards and thrashes them into shape for a more modern (and more high-fidelity) world.
  2. Charlie Parker discography and songs: Music profile for Charlie Parker, born 29 August Genres: Bebop, Jazz, Cool Jazz. Albums include Jazz at Massey Hall, Bird .
  3. Mr. B. (Mark Braun) is a talented boogie-woogie pianist who on this CD teams up successfully with bassist Paul Keller's Bird of Paradise orchestra, a seven-year-old big band from Michigan. The arrangements smoothly integrate Mr. B. into the orchestra and these enthusiastic live performances are often quite booksmoworlgipunkfortsanlentvalidithe.coinfo: $
  4. Charles Parker Jr. (August 29, – March 12, ), also referred to by his nicknames Yardbird or simply Bird, was an American jazz saxophonist and composer. Parker was a highly influential soloist and leading figure in the development of bebop, a form of jazz characterized by fast tempos, virtuosic technique, and advanced harmonies. Parker was a blazingly fast virtuoso and introduced.
  5. Tracks 14 to 16 recorded July 30, in New York City. Original 10" LP issue: Charlie Parker, Clef MGC More than to any other musician, the credit for the birth of modern jazz belongs to Charles "Yardbird" Parker--known to his friends and fans simply as "Bird."End date: Jul 12,
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  7. Lorenzo Prati - Tenor Saxophone (tracks 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 9 and 12) Benji Ross - Tenor Saxophone (tracks 3, 5, 8, 10 and 11) Graeme Smith - Alto Saxophone and Vocals Daniel Truen - Drums Includes unlimited streaming of Bird of Paradise via the free Bandcamp app, .
  8. two CD collection from the Jazz great. Charlie Parker was the blazing, tragic genius of the Jazz revolution that was Bebop. His inspired alto saxophone improvisations are revered as both masterpieces in themselves and as exemplars in the art and language of modern Jazz. Here are 48 classic recordings covering his short but incendiary career.

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