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  1. This compilation, originally issued as a two-fer LP, catches some of the excellent performances by the label's stable of jazz pianists over a period of 35 years. The earliest track is from Erroll Garner's first and only Atlantic album, Passport to Fame, a trio session where Garner applies his captivating style to "The Way You Look Tonight.".
  2. Find similar albums to Atlantic Jazz: Best of the '60s, Vol. 1 Hard Bop Progressive Jazz Afro-Cuban Jazz Avant-Garde Jazz Bop Cool Crossover Jazz Free Jazz Fusion Global Jazz Jazz Blues Jazz-Funk Album Moods. Passionate Earnest Sophisticated. Various Artists Atlantic Jazz: Best of the '60s, Vol. 1. Add to Custom List. Add to My Collection.
  3. Nov 04,  · Avant-garde and post bop jazz are also freer than the jazz that came before it, but the lesser degree in which it is free is what marks the difference. Free jazz is the freest from tradition, avant-garde jazz is a little less free, and post bop is a little less free than avant-garde jazz. John Coltrane’s later period is a fine example of free.
  4. Different forms of meaning—experimental language and sound, the blending of history and myth, the poetic tradition reimagined, and the past-present-future continuum—are all defining features of the new Black avant-garde crafted by some of the most talented artists currently working in these volatile times.
  5. Aug 17,  · Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about Atlantic Jazz - The Avant-Garde at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection. Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Avant-garde Jazz Black Mystery Has Been Revealed: referencing Atlantic Jazz - The Avant-Garde, LP, Comp, The release date is not /5(28).
  6. UK 20 CD box set containing 20 original Jazz albums from the iconic Atlantic Records label released between and The box includes classic albums from Jazz legends such as John Coltrane, Charles Mingus, Mose Allison, Freddie Hubbard, Ornette Coleman, Keith Jarrett, Modern Jazz Quartet, Herbie Mann, Chick Corea, Thelonious Monk and many others/5(11).
  7. Sep 19,  · One of the strengths of Black Jazz was the label’s tendency to give veteran sidemen their first real bandleader efforts. Rudolph Johnson, who had a stretch in the early-mid ’60s playing tenor sax on a few sessions with soul-jazz organist Jimmy McGriff, broke out as an expressive soloist in his own right on ’s Spring Rain, and his irreverently-titled follow-up The Second Coming is an.
  8. Black Jazz Records was a jazz record company and label founded in Oakland, California by pianist Gene Russell (December 2, - May 3, ) and percussionist Dick Schory. The label was created to promote the talents of young African American jazz musicians and singers, and released twenty albums between and

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