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  • Singer: Various
  • Album: The Best Of The 2009 Detroit Jazz Fest
  • MP3: 1220 mb | FLAC: 1775 mb
  • Released: 2010
  • Style: Bop, Cool Jazz, Big Band, Vocal, Swing, Modal, Hard Bop
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Various - The Best Of The 2009 Detroit Jazz Fest mp3 flac

This is a compilation of excerpts from the 2009 Detroit International Jazz Festival, which was sent to radio stations to broadcast as a special. The tracks are not indexed and documentation of the musicians and composers is very incomplete. At times the announcers talk over the music. This was strictly a promotional release for radio and not sold to the public

Live performances from the Detroit Jazz Festival. These performances are by Mack Avenue Records artists including Gerald Wilson Orchestra, Christian McBride, Rick Braun, Allen & Whitaker, Sean Jones, Richard Elliot, Jonathan Butler, Rick Braun, Johnnie Bassett, Sachal Vasandani, Gary Burton, Warren Wolf. Shout Box. Jazz singer: Hope Augustus live at PJ's, Covent Garden vimeo. by eclectictrains 8 years ago. Going to the 2010 Detroit Jazz Festival this weekend. Will begin posting videos shortly after. by Mack Avenue 8 years ago. Welcome to Mack Avenue Records' Detroit Jazz Festival Channel. This channel features performance videos from the 30th annual Detroit Jazz Festival Sept. by Mack Avenue 9 years ago. Heads up: the shoutbox will be retiring soon.

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When he toured with Joni Mitchell in support of her Mingus album in 1979, Metheny was part of arguably the best jazz ensemble (including Pastorius, Mays, Brecker) to play with a pop figure, albeit one who was taking the biggest commercial risk of her career. While it’s tempting to listen to the album to pick apart various pieces of the Orchestrion, the music doesn’t rely on novelty or gimmick to make an impression, cited Jazz Times about the follow-up recording The Orchestrion Project in 2013. The melodies stand on their own as strong works. For the Detroit Jazz Festival, Metheny took his assignment very seriously. For those unfamiliar with the city’s jazz tradition, Metheny is quick to point out a musical signature that reaches far beyond Motown.

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Joe Henderson called Detroit home as a young man. He moved to New York in the 60s exodus that saw so many of the city's creative force migrate. This 1966 take on Cedar Walton's ""Mode For Joe"" teams the tenor giant with Lee Morgan (trumpet), Curtis Fuller (also a Detroiter on trombone), Ron Carter (a Detroiter on bass), and Joe Chambers (drums). The best show I ever attended was Henry Threadgill's very very Circus at SJU jazzpodium in Utrecht. The first jazz record I bought was Coleman Hawkins Big Band live at The Savoy Ballroom 1940. My advice to new listeners is to attend as many concerts you can even though you may not know the musicians who are playing.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Hour One 58:35
1-1.1 Announcer - Ed Love
1-1.2 Blue Rondo A La Turk
Alto Saxophone [Uncredited] – Bobby MilitelloBass [Uncredited] – Michael Moore Bass Trombone – Chris BrubeckDrums – Dan BrubeckElectric Guitar [Uncredited] – Mike DeMiccoHarmonica – Peter "Madcat" Ruth*Piano – Dave BrubeckWritten-By [Uncredited] – Dave Brubeck
1-1.3 Announcer - Ed Love
1-1.4 After You've Gone
Band – Wayne State University Big BandClarinet – Eddie DanielsWritten-By [Uncredited] – Turner LaytonWritten-By [uncredited] – Henry Creamer
1-1.5 Announcer - Ed Love
1-1.6 If You Can't Sing It, You'll Have To Swing It, Mr. Pagannini
Band – Michigan State University Big BandVocals – Dee Dee Bridgewater
1-1.7 Announcer - Ed Love
1-1.8 Before Motown
Band – Gerald Wilson OrchestraDrums – Carl AllenWritten-By – Gerald Wilson
1-1.9 Announcer - Ed Love
1-1.10 Sheila's Blues
Band – Ted Weems TrioWritten-By – Sheila Jordan
1-1.11 Announcer - Ed Love
1-1.12 Mama
Written-By – Sean Jones
1-1.13 Announcer - Ed Love
1-1.14 Brother Mister
Band – Christian McBride & Inside StraightBass – Christian McBrideDrums – Carl AllenPiano – Peter Martin Saxophone – Steve Wilson Vibraphone – Warren WolfWritten-By – Christian McBride
1-1.15 Announcer - Ed Love
1-2 Radio Promo No. 1 For Broadcast Use 0:29
1-3 Radio Promo No. 2 For Broadcast Use 0:29
2-1 Hour Two 58:30
2-1.1 Announcer - Linda Yohn
2-1.2 Little Rootie Tootie
Band – TS Monk & The Monk On Monk BandDrums, Leader – T.S. MonkWritten-By – Thelonious Monk
2-1.3 Announcer - Linda Yohn
2-1.4 Close Your Eyes
Band – Detroit Jazz Festival OrchestraVocals – Janis SiegelWritten-By – Bernice Petkere
2-1.5 Announcer - Linda Yohn
2-1.6 Langston's Lullaby
Band – Stefon Harris & Urbanus
2-1.7 Announcer - Linda Yohn
2-1.8 One For Daddy-O
Band – Louis Hayes Cannonball Legacy BandDrums – Louis Hayes
2-1.9 Announcer - Linda Yohn
2-1.10 This Can't Be Love
Guitar, Vocals – John PizzarelliWritten-By [Uncredited] – Rodgers & Hart
2-1.11 Announcer - Linda Yohn
2-1.12 The Tears Of A Clown
Band – Geri Allen Trio
2-1.13 Announcer - Linda Yohn
2-1.14 Thad Movement From T.H.E. Detroit Family Suite
Alto Saxophone – Jeff Clayton Band – Scott Gwinnell Big Band*, The Clayton BrothersWritten-By, Bass – John Clayton
2-1.15 Announcer - Linda Yohn
2-2 Radio Promo No. 1 0:29
2-3 Radio Promo No. 2 0:29

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  • Copyright (c) – Detroit International Jazz Festival
  • Recorded By – Metro Mobile Recording

Credits

  • Design – Mike Guyot
  • Engineer [Editing], Post Production – Al Hurschman
  • Hosted By – Ed Love (tracks: Disc 1)
  • Hosted By, Producer – Linda Yohn (tracks: Disc 2)
  • Producer – Dr. Jazz
  • Recorded By – Tim Powell*

Notes

This is a compilation of excerpts from the 2009 Detroit International Jazz Festival, which was sent to radio stations to broadcast as a special. The tracks are not indexed and documentation of the musicians and composers is very incomplete. At times the announcers talk over the music. Mack Avenue was likely a sponsor of the festival and possibly the manufacturer, though the label is credited to the festival. This was strictly a promotional release for radio and not sold to the public.

Uncredited musicians were identified by ear, while some are announced in the program without being credited on the CD single page insert.
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Since this promotional release was meant for broadcast rather than playing individual tracks, neither program is indexed. Unfortunately, underwriting credits are read over one selection on each CD.
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