Suono.it - Selector: Miles Davis Kind of Blue - Vittorio Pio

Suono.it - Selector: Miles Davis Kind of Blue - Vittorio Pio

A book that brings together the analysis of the authoritative critic Brian Morton, who in 92 pages reveals the epiphany of this masterpiece in notes and reflections accompanied by photographs of true masters in the calibre of Jean-Pierre Leloir, Herb Snitzer, Martin Koner and David Redfern, among others.
France Musique - Jazz Culture : "Miles Davis - Kind of Blue, Le Saint Graal du jazz moderne" de Brian Morton

France Musique - Jazz Culture : "Miles Davis - Kind of Blue, Le Saint Graal du jazz moderne" de Brian Morton

“Kind of Blue” est le best-seller du trompettiste Miles Davis et l’un des albums les plus vénérés de l’histoire du jazz. Dans ce livre, le célèbre écrivain du “Penguin Guide to Jazz” et de la BBC, Brian Morton, explore la réalisation de ce chef-d'œuvre emblématique du jazz.
Caravan Jazz - “Así se hizo ‘Chet Baker Sings’” – Brian Morton

Caravan Jazz - “Así se hizo ‘Chet Baker Sings’” – Brian Morton

“Chet Baker Sings” fue el álbum más vendido de la carrera de Chet Baker y a día de hoy, sigue siendo uno de los discos de jazz más vendidos. En este libro Brian Morton (colaborador de la Penguin Guide to Jazz), analiza todo el proceso de creación de esta obra icónica.
France Musique -  The Making of "Chet Baker Sings"

France Musique - The Making of "Chet Baker Sings"

Special Radio Show on The Making of Chet Baker Sings browsing through the 80-page history about the iconic album, listening to some tracks and reading extracts from the specially written essay by bassist Riccardo Del Fra.
La Voix : Noël : notre sélection d’albums jazz et musique classique

La Voix : Noël : notre sélection d’albums jazz et musique classique

La musique classique peut swinguer, le jazz peut être classique. Quels que soient vos goûts et curiosités, que vous soyez plutôt big band ou be bop, musique de chambre, symphonique ou opéra, voici une petite sélection de belles réalisations à piocher dans les rayons classique et jazz.
Bebob spoken here - Book review:  The Making of Chet Baker Sings

Bebob spoken here - Book review: The Making of Chet Baker Sings

Back in the mid-fifties I recall a Melody Maker headline that read "Chet Baker to appear in London - But only to sing!" This was, at the time, akin to saying that Fred Astaire would be appearing but wouldn't be dancing.
Record Collector - The Making of Chet Baker Sings ****

Record Collector - The Making of Chet Baker Sings ****

lconic jazz album viewed in a new light. Reviled by most jazz critics but loved by the public, Chet Baker Sings proved to be not only the Oklahoma-born hornblower's most popular album, but also, for some, his most problematic.
Jazz Journal - Clifford Brown & Max Roach

Jazz Journal - Clifford Brown & Max Roach

Handsome vinyl reissue of the pair's quintet recordings 1954-55 is beautified with evocative William Claxton photography.
Jazz Journal - Book Review: The Making Of Chet Baker Sings

Jazz Journal - Book Review: The Making Of Chet Baker Sings

Brian Morton's book is an enjoyable and informative companion to Baker's bestselling album, here with extra tracks.
Jazz Journal - Art Blakey & Clifford Brown *****

Jazz Journal - Art Blakey & Clifford Brown *****

Art Blakey & Clifford Brown: A Night At Birdland. Double LP on 180g vinyl, with Francis Wolff’s photography, of the group that would become the Jazz Messengers.
Jazz Journal -  John Coltrane: Giant Steps ***

Jazz Journal - John Coltrane: Giant Steps ***

The high-velocity changes-and-modal classic is repackaged with two stylistically pertinent contemporaneous tracks.
Jazz Journal - Larry Young: Young Blues ****

Jazz Journal - Larry Young: Young Blues ****

One of the organist's first albums shows him under the influence of Jimmy Smith, long before Coltrane and then fusion took a hand
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