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Various - The Jazz Scene album download Performer: Various
Album: The Jazz Scene
Country: USA & Canada
Released: 1949
Style: Bop, Swing, Big Band, Afro-Cuban Jazz
Size MP3: 1876 mb.
Size FLAC: 1345 mb.
Rating: 4.6/5
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Disc 1, tracks 1-12 originally issued on "The Jazz Scene". Disc 1, tracks 13-17 and all disc 2 are bonus tracks that did not appear on the original 78 rpm folio. The Jazz Scene ‎(6x12", Album, Ltd, Num). The Jazz Scene ‎(LP).

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In 1949, producer Norman Granz released a remarkable album of 78s that consisted of a dozen selections (many of them specially recorded for the occasion) that perfectly summed up the modern jazz scene of the time.

Various types of jazz-funk-rock fusion comprise the remainder of this collection. The music of Thing, whose sole privately- released album was reissued in its entirety by Porter Records in 2008, reflects the massive influence that Miles Davis' electric music had on many up-and-coming jazz musicians at the time. Yet, Boston's creative music scene is sufficiently deep that several more such collections could easily be assembled. Cultures of Soul and Mark Harvey are to be commended for putting together this compilation in a way that honors the entire scene and places it into a broader perspective.

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The period from the end of the First World War until the start of the Depression in 1929 is known as the "Jazz Age". Jazz had become popular music in America, although older generations considered the music immoral and threatening to cultural values. Dances such as the Charleston and the Black Bottom were very popular during the period, and jazz bands typically consisted of seven to twelve musicians.

What The Jazz Scene shows about how Granz saw the jazz scene of the late 1940’s is that he regarded the straight-ahead big swing band of brass, reed and rhythm section as essentially dead. The Jazz Scene is pretty evenly divided between small combos playing loose improvisations on the chord changes of standards or blues (Charlie Parker’s The Bird, Lester Young’s I Want to Be Happy, Bud Powell’s Cherokee, Willie Smith’s Sophisticated Lady ) and elaborately arranged pieces with large orchestras or chamber ensembles featuring string sections (Duke Ellington’s Sono and Frustration,. My father (90 years-old) bought the original record (2 album set) in 1951. He has been trying to find a replacement for years. and to present it to my father during the 2013 Christmas holiday.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Duke Ellington Sono
Baritone Saxophone, Soloist – Harry CarneyBass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Freddy Guy*Piano – Billy StrayhornWritten-By – Ellington*
B Duke Ellington Frustration
Baritone Saxophone, Soloist – Harry CarneyBass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Sonny GreerGuitar – Freddy Guy*Piano – Billy StrayhornWritten-By – Ellington*
C Neal Hefti's Orchestra With Charlie Parker Repetition
Alto Saxophone – Murray Williams, Sonny SaladBaritone Saxophone – Manny Alban*Bass – Curly RussellBongos – Diego IborraCello – Joe BenaventiClarinet – John La Porta*Drums – Shelly ManneFrench Horn – Vincent Jacobs Piano – Tony AlessSoloist, Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerTenor Saxophone – Flip Phillips, Pete MondelloTrombone – Bart Varcelona*, Bill HarrisTrumpet – Al Porcina*, Douglas Mettone*, Ray WetzelViola – Fred Ruzilia*, Nat NathansonViolin – Gene Orloff, Harry Katzman, Manny Fiddler*, Sam Caplan, Sid Harris, Zelly SmirnoffWritten-By – Hefti*
D Neal Hefti's Orchestra Rhumbacito
Alto Saxophone – Murray Williams, Sonny SaladBaritone Saxophone – Manny Alban*Bass – Curly RussellBongos – Diego IborraCello – Joe BenaventiClarinet – John La Porta*Drums – Shelly ManneFrench Horn – Vincent Jacobs Piano – Tony AlessTenor Saxophone – Flip Phillips, Pete MondelloTrombone – Bart Varcelona*, Bill HarrisTrumpet – Al Porcina*, Ray WetzelViola – Fred Ruzilia*, Nat NathansonViolin – Gene Orloff, Harry Katzman, Manny Fiddler*, Sam Caplan, Sid Harris, Zelly SmirnoffWritten-By – Hefti*
E Lester Young-Buddy Rich Trio I Want To Be Happy
Drums – Buddy RichPiano – Aye GuyTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungWritten-By – Caesar*, Youmans*
F Coleman Hawkins Picasso
Tenor Saxophone – Coleman HawkinsWritten-By – Hawkins*
G Ralph Burns And His Orchestra Introspection
Alto Saxophone – Hal McKusickAlto Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute – Harry KleeBass – Red Callendar*Drums – Don LamondFrench Horn – Vincent DeRobertisGuitar – Arv Garrison*Piano – Dodo MarmarosaTenor Saxophone – Lucky ThompsonTenor Saxophone, Soloist – Herbie Steward*Trombone – Ollie WilsonTrombone, Soloist – Bill HarrisTrumpet – Conrad GozzoTrumpet, Soloist – Sonny BermanWritten-By – Burns*
H George Handy And His Orchestra The Bloos
Alto Saxophone – Hal McKusickAlto Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute – Harry KleeBaritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – Charles Gentry*Bass – Red Callendar*Bassoon – Robert Swanson Cello – Arthur KaftonContrabassoon – Arthur Fleming*French Horn – Evan Vail, Vincent DeRobertisGuitar – Arv Garrison*Oboe – Julie JacobsPercussion – Don Lamond, Jackie Mills, Jimmy PrattPiano – Dodo MarmarosaTenor Saxophone – Lucky ThompsonTenor Saxophone, Soloist – Herbie Steward*Trombone – Eddie Kusby*, Ollie WilsonTrombone, Soloist – Bill HarrisTrumpet – Al Killian, Conrad Gozzo, Dale Pearce, Pete Candoli, Sonny BermanViolin – Harry Bluestone, Robert JamisonViolin, Cello – Carl Walker Written-By – Handy*
I Charlie Parker The Bird
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Ray BrownDrums – Shelly MannePiano – Hank JonesWritten-By – Parker*
J Willie Smith Quintet Sophisticated Lady
Alto Saxophone – Willie Smith Bass – Red Callendar*Drums – Joe Jones*Guitar – Barney KesselPiano – Dodo MarmarosaWritten-By – Ellington*
K Machito And His Orchestra Tangá
Alto Saxophone – Alfred Skerritt*Alto Saxophone, Soloist – Flip Phillips, Eugene Johnson*Baritone Saxophone – Leslie JohnakinsBass – Roberto Rodriguez*Bongos – Chino Pozo, Joe Mangual*Congas – Armando Peraza, Rafael MirandaPiano – Reneé Hernandez*Tenor Saxophone – José Madera*Timbales – Ubaldo NietoTrumpet – Robert Woodlen*, Frank Davila*, Mario Bauza*Vocals, Maracas – MachitoWritten-By – Bauza*
L The Bud Powell Trio Cherokee
Bass – Ray BrownDrums – Max RoachPiano – Bud PowellWritten-By – Noble*

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Scranton Record Company
  • Recorded At – Radio Recorders
  • Recorded At – Asch Studios, New York City
  • Recorded At – Reeves Sound Studios
  • Recorded At – Carnegie Hall Recording Studios
  • Printed By – George F. McKiernan & Company

Credits

  • Design [Label], Typography [Front Cover Lettering] – George Maas
  • Illustration [Original Drawing] – David Stone Martin
  • Photography By – Gjon Mili
  • Photography By [Bud Powell & Max Roach] – Paul Nodler
  • Photography By [Ralph Burns] – Harold Trudeau
  • Producer, Liner Notes, Supervised By – Norman Granz
  • Typography – George F. McKiernan & Company

Notes

• 78-rpm album-folio with a sturdy cloth cover, built like a loose leaf notebook so that the contents may be removed if desired.
• Six 12-inch "vinylite" records (not shellac... these are "unbreakable"). Each record is in an envelope protected by an envelope-flap on top.
• Limited, hand-numbered edition of 5,000.
• Hand-signed/numbered by Norman Granz on title page.

[Liner]
Of this Edition of The Jazz Scene
Five Thousand Copies have been made under the supervision of Norman Granz
• Who Signs Here
[Liner]

All written matter, artwork and photographys copyright 1949 by Norman Granz.

Recording studios used were:
- The Duke Ellington, Lester Young, Ralph Burns, George Handy, and Willie Smith sides were done at Radio Recorders, Hollywood, California.
- The Coleman Hawkins side was done at Asch Studios, New York City.
- The Machito and Bud Powell sides were done at Reeves Sound Studios, New York City.
- The Neal Hefti and Charlie Parker sides were done at Carnegie Hall Recorders, New York City.

- The Duke Ellington Sides recorded in 1949.
- The Neal Hefti Sides recorded “Repetition” December 1947, and “Rhumbacito” Autumn 1948.
- The Lester Young Side recorded March–April 1946.
- The Coleman Hawkins Side recorded 1948.
- The Ralph Burns Side recorded October 1946.
- The George Handy Side recorded November 1947.
- The Charlie Parker Side recorded 10 February, 1949.
- The Willie Smith Side recorded November 1947.
- The Machito Side recorded January, 1949.
- The Bud Powell Side recorded February, 1949.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 2077
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 2078
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C label): 2071
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D label): 2072
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E label): 2198
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F label): 2073
  • Matrix / Runout (Side G label): 2075
  • Matrix / Runout (Side H label): 2076
  • Matrix / Runout (Side I label): 2081
  • Matrix / Runout (Side J label): 2074
  • Matrix / Runout (Side K label): 2172
  • Matrix / Runout (Side L label): 2199
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 2077-1-x S
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 2078-5x
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout): 2071-5
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout): 2072-6
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E runout): 2̶0̶8̶0̶-1-x 2198 S
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F runout): 2073-1- S
  • Matrix / Runout (Side G runout): 2075-5
  • Matrix / Runout (Side H runout): 2076-7
  • Matrix / Runout (Side I runout): 2081 4 X65
  • Matrix / Runout (Side J runout): 2074 • 8
  • Matrix / Runout (Side K runout): 2172 • 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side L runout): 2199 4 X65

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MG C-674 Various The Jazz Scene ‎(LP) Clef Records MG C-674 USA & Canada Unknown
314 521 661-2 Various The Jazz Scene ‎(2xCD, Comp, RE, RM) Verve Records 314 521 661-2 US 1994
MG C-674 Various The Jazz Scene ‎(2x10", Gat) Clef Records MG C-674 USA & Canada Unknown
MG V-8060 Various The Jazz Scene ‎(LP, RP) Verve Records MG V-8060 USA & Canada Unknown
none Various The Jazz Scene ‎(2x10", 2 b) Clef Records none US Unknown