All The Things You Are - 6. Charlie Parker, alto sax; Brew Moore, tenor sax 3; Paul Bley, piano; Dick Garcia, guitar; Neil Michel, bass; Ted Paster, drums. This Time The Dream's On Me - 10. Nick's, Volume 3 Charlie Parker, alto sax; Hank Jones, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Buddy Rich, drums. To learn more about how we use and protect your data, please see our.
I'll Remember April into - 15. East Of The Sun - 5. Parker, with Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington, is widely considered one of the most influential of jazz musicians. S5852-3 Thriving On A Riff orig. Body And Soul - 13.
B903-4 Parker's Mood take 4 Savoy S5J 5500 16. Johnson, trombone; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Duke Jordan, piano; Tommy Potter, bass; Max Roach, drums. Scrapple From The Apple - 3. Don't Blame Me - 3. Out Of Nowhere - 5. In general they do not refer to records in the formats actually issued during Parker's lifetime, so with a few exceptions technically they should all come under the heading of compilations. Parker recorded extensively for three labels: Savoy, Dial, and Verve.
His Verve recordings are available on and The Complete Verve Master Takes. . It is also worth noting that a significant proportion of the listings outside of the live list are in fact live recordings. A Night In Tunisia - 7. D1010-2 - Dial 1003 alt.
Barbados Jazz Showcase 5003 2. Johnson, Kai Winding, trombone; Buddy DeFranco, clarinet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Charlie Ventura, tenor sax; Ernie Caceres, baritone sax; Lennie Tristano, piano; Billy Bauer, guitar; Eddie Safranski, bass; Shelly Manne, drums. I've Got It Bad - 3. Little Willie Leaps into - 12. I Get A Kick Out Of You - 3. I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles - 4.
W3326 I'd Rather Have A Memory Than A Dream - 3. This information helps us design a better experience for all users. Please review the types of cookies we use below. Now's The Time - 5. At Carnegie Hall 1949 Kenny Dorham, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Al Haig, piano; Tommy Potter, bass; Max Roach, drums. For instance, no record label in 1944 would have issued an album of entitled The Immortal Charlie Parker to describe a relative unknown at that time, and in 1948 there would never have been a record entitled Newly Discovered Sides by Charlie Parker as if an unearthed archeological artifact - anything by Bird in 1948 would have been fairly new. This Is Always - 4.
Parker's innovative approaches to melody, rhythm, and harmony exercised enormous influence on his contemporaries. Irresistible You as They Didn't Believe Me - 3. For example, they let us know which features and sections are most popular. I Didn't Know What Time It Was - 14. I Can't Get Started - 4.