domingo, 3 de julio de 2016

BLUE MITCHELL / THE COMPLETE BLUE NOTE SESSIONS ( 4 Cd Box Set 1963-67)

Calidad FLAC

TRACKS :

CD 1:

01 - Mamacita
02 - Sweet and Lovely
03 - Andrea
04 - Step Lightly
05 - Cry me a River
06 - Bluesville
07 - Fungii Mama
08 - Mona's Mood
09 - The Thing to Do

CD 2:

01 - Step Lightly
02 - Chick's Tune
03 - Hi Heel Sneakers
04 - Perception
05 - Alone, Alone and Alone
06 - March on Selma
07 - One Shirt
08 - Samba de Stacy

CD 3:

01 - Bring it Home To Me
02 - Blues 3 For 1
03 - Port Rico Rock
04 - Gingerbread Boy
05 - Portrait Of Jennie
06 - Blue's Theme
07 - Millie
08 - O Mama Enit
09 - I Should Care
10 - Rigor Mortez

CD 4:

01 - Tones For Joan's Bones
02 - Straight Up And Down
03 - Heads Up! Feet Down!
04 - Togetherness
05 - The Folks Who Live On The Hill
06 - Good Humor Man
07 - Len Sirrah
08 - The People In Nassau
09 - Togetherness (Alternate Take)
10 - Good Humor Man (Alternate 
Take).

MUSICOS :

All sessions were recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Only the original U.S. issue
number is given.
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(A) Mitchell, (tp), Joe Henderson (ts), Leo Wright (as), Herbie Hancock (p), Gene Taylor (b), Roy Brooks (d).
August 13, 1963
tk 4 Andrea LT-1092
tk11 Cry Me A River -
tk14 Mamacita -
tk15 Sweet And Lovely -
tk22 Step Lightly -
tk24 Bluesville -
note: This album was originally intended for issue as BST 84142, but was not released until 1980.
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(B) Mitchell (tp), Junior Cook (ts) , Chick Corea (p), Gene Taylor (b), Al Foster (d).
July 30, 1964
tk5 Fungii Mama BST 84178
tk14 Step Lightly -
tk15 The Thing To Do -
tk17 Chick's Tune -
tk19 Mona's Mood -
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(C) Mitchell (tp), Junior Cook (ts) , Chick Corea (p), Gene Taylor (b), Al Foster (d).
July 14, 1965
tk2 Samba De Stacy BST 84214
tk5 Hi Heel Sneakers -
tk7 Alone, Alone, Alone -
tk9 Perception -
tk25 March On Selma -
tk32 One Shirt -
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(D) Mitchell (tp), Junior Cook (ts), Harold Mabern (p), Gene Taylor (b), Billy Higgins (d).
January 6, 1966
tk8 Port Rico Rock BST 84228
# 178 - The Complete Blue Mitchell Blue Note Sessions (1963-67)
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tk14 Portrait Off Jennie -
tk23 Gingerbread Boy -
tk24 Bring It Home To Me -
tk30 Blue's Theme -
tk31 Blues 3 For 1 -
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(E) Mitchell (tp), Julian Priester (tb), Jerry Dodgion (as, fl-3), Junior Cook (ts), Pepper Adams (bari), Cedar
Walton -1, Chick Corea -2 (p), Gene Taylor (b), Mickey Roker (d), Duke Pearson (arr).
November 17, 1966
tk5 O Mama Enit -1 BST 84257
tk15 Rigor Mortez -1 -
tk17 I Should Care -1 -
tk22 Millie -1 -
tk31 Straight Up And Down -2 -
tk42 Tones For Joan's Bones -2,-3 -
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(F) Mitchell, Burt Collins (tp), Julian Priester (tb), Jerry Dodgion (as, fl-5), Junior Cook (ts), Pepper Adams
(bari), McCoy Tyner (p), Gene Taylor (b), Al Foster (d), Melba Liston -1, Jimmy Heath -2, Don Pickett -3, Duke
Pearson -4, (arr)
November 17, 1967
tk8 Len Sirrah -1 BST 84272
tk14 Togetherness -2 -
tk16 Togetherness (alt tk) -2 previously unissued
tk18 Heads Up! Feet Down! -2 BST 84272
tk23 Good Humor Man (alt tk) -3 previously unissued
tk24 Good Humor Man -3 BST 84272
tk32 The Folks Who Live On The Hill -4 -
tk34 The People In Nassau -4.-5 -
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album index:
LT-1092 Step Lightly
BST 84178 The Thing To Do
BST 84214 Down With It
BST 84228 Bring It Home To Me
BST 84257 Boss Horn
BST 84272 Heads Up

Producer's note:
Because all of the material used in this set consists of single sessions that produced entire LPs, we've decided
to retain the original album sequence within a session rather than present it in chronological order of
performance. We'd done this early on with Tina Brooks (106) and Freddie Redd (124), but most of our sets
comprise sessions issued in scattered form and unissued masters that make retaining the orignal album
sequence less desirable than strict chronological order of performance. Many of you have expressed a
preference for original sequences; so where possible, we will use them.