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Nyitólap » 2016 » Július/July » 27 » VA - The Keynote Jazz Collection 1941-1947 [1 of 11 CD BoxSet] (2013) Fresh Sound
VA - The Keynote Jazz Collection 1941-1947 [1 of 11 CD BoxSet] (2013) Fresh Sound
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Back in 1940, Keynote Recordings Inc. was a new, small and independent New York company with offices at 522 Fifth Ave., recently founded by Eric Bernay, the owner of a midtown Manhattan record store called The Music Room. Bernay was musically openminded and, looking for a place in the increasingly convulsed American record industry, he launched a catalog of varied music and performers.

The nature of Keynotes early releases stopped them reaching a broader market, but at the end of 1943 he took a decision that, for a while, helped move his business in the right direction: Keynote turned to jazz and for the following three and a half years built up a large 78 rpm record catalog of 10 and 12-inch albums which contributed greatly to documenting the jazz history of forties America.

Responsible for this impressive venture was an unlikely figure; a Javanese fan called Harry Lim. During this relatively short period he used his deep knowledge and great contacts to record some of the most celebrated jazz soloists and outstanding newcomers on the New York, Chicago and Los Angeles jazz scenesdiscs that rapidly became collectors items. This box set is a homage to Harry Lim, who made Keynote the legendary jazz label it is today.


Tracklist:

The Keynote Jazz Collection Vol. 1, 1941-1944

01 - George Hartman and His Orchestra: Diga Diga Doo
02 - George Hartman and His Orchestra: Jazz Me Blues
03 - George Hartman and His Orchestra: Muskrat Ramble
04 - George Hartman and His Orchestra: Tin Roof Blues
05 - Lester Young Quartet: Just You Just Me
06 - Lester Young Quartet: I Never Knew
07 - Lester Young Quartet: Afternoon Of A Basie-ite
08 - Lester Young Quartet: Sometimes I'm Happy
09 - Sextet with Dinah Washington: Evil Gal Blues
10 - Sextet with Dinah Washington: I Know How To Do It
11 - Sextet with Dinah Washington: Salty Papa Blues
12 - Sextet with Dinah Washington: Homeward Bound
13 - 'Little Jazz' (Roy Eldridge) and His Trumpet Ensemble: Don't Be That Way
14 - 'Little Jazz' (Roy Eldridge) and His Trumpet Ensemble: I Want To Be Happy
15 - 'Little Jazz' (Roy Eldridge) and His Trumpet Ensemble: Fiesta In Brass
16 - 'Little Jazz' (Roy Eldridge) and His Trumpet Ensemble: St. Louis Blues
17 - Coleman Hawkins Quintet featuring Teddy Wilson: I Only Have Eyes For You
18 - Coleman Hawkins Quintet featuring Teddy Wilson: 'S Wonderful
19 - Coleman Hawkins Quintet featuring Teddy Wilson: I'm In The Mood For Love
20 - Coleman Hawkins Quintet featuring Teddy Wilson: 'Bean' At The Met
21 - Coleman Hawkins Quartet: Flamethrower
22 - Coleman Hawkins Quartet: Imagination
23 - Coleman Hawkins Quartet: Night And Day
24 - Coleman Hawkins Quartet: Cattin' At Keynote

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