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Marseille

Track taken from "Marseille" - Ahmad Jamal NEW ALBUM // OUT : June 2017 on Jazz Village
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Images : Julien Caja / Giant Steps Medias
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Ahmad Jamal : Piano
James Cammack : Double Bass
Herlin Riley : Drums
Manolo Badrena : Percussions
Abd Al Malik : Vocals
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℗ et © 2017 harmonia mundi musique S.A.S. | JazzVillage, a label of [PIAS]

Produced by Ahmad Jamal, Catherine Vallon-Barry & Seydou Barry
Recorded in July 2016 by Vincent Mahey, studio Sextan, Malakoff, France
Mixed in August 2016 by Vincent Mahey, Studio Sextan, Malakoff, France
Mastered in January 2017 by Raphaël Jonin, J RAPH i.n.g, Cordes-sur-Ciel, France
Executive Producers : Seydou Barry / Jazzbook Records and Pascal Bussy

Piano provided by Steinway & Sons

I've Heard That Song Before

"I've Heard That Song Before" is a 1942 popular song with music by Jule Styne and lyrics by Sammy Cahn. It was introduced by Martha O'Driscoll (dubbed by Margaret Whiting) in the 1942 film Youth on Parade.

It was recorded by Harry James and his Orchestra with Helen Forrest on vocal on July 31, 1942. This was the last day of recording before the Musician Union's ban. The recording was issued on Columbia 36668 and became a number one hit on both the pop and the Harlem Hit Parade in the USA in early 1943. This version of the song can be heard in Woody Allen's 1986 movie Hannah and Her Sisters.

"You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want to Do It)" is a popular song. The music was written by James V. Monaco, the lyrics by Joseph McCarthy. The song was published in 1913. It was introduced in the Broadway revue The Honeymoon Express.

Harry James performed a well-known instrumental version of the song as a trumpet solo, issued in 1941 as the reverse side of 'A Sinner Kissed An Angel'. It topped the charts in 1941.

Helen Forrest with Harry James and His Music Makers perform it in the opening of Private Buckaroo (as seen above).

Private Buckaroo is a 1942 American musical film directed by Edward F. Cline starring The Andrews SistersDick ForanHarry JamesShemp HowardJoe E. Lewis, and Jennifer Holt. The film tells the story of army recruits following basic training, with the Andrews Sisters attending USO dances.

This song also features prominently in the 1986 Woody Allen Film "Hannah and her Sisters".

Chick Corea & Gary Burton: Tiny Desk Concert

June 13, 2016 by SURAYA MOHAMED • Sometimes big-name artists need special attention. But in this case, it wasn't because they've been jazz pioneers and innovators since the 1960s and are considered to be founding fathers of jazz fusion, not to mention two of the most important jazz figures performing today. It's not because they've collectively recorded more than 100 albums and won 29 Grammy Awards. The agitation was because both of their instruments couldn't fit behind Bob Boilen's Tiny Desk.

There were logistical hurdles to overcome before the jazz giants' arrival. We had to move the desk to make a bigger "stage." Piano movers hauled the 900-pound Yamaha C7 grand piano from our first-floor performance studio up the freight elevator to the fourth-floor Tiny Desk area. But weeks of meticulous measuring and planning paid off when the rented vibes were delivered and just fit alongside the piano.

Gary Burton and Chick Corea were in town for the 2016 NEA Jazz Masters Concert. The NEA Jazz Masters fellowship is the highest honor our nation bestows on jazz artists. Each year, the program honors a select few living legends who have made exceptional contributions to the advancement of jazz. Burton was a newly appointed 2016 recipient, while Corea received the honor in 2006.

These friends first played together 44 years ago, when they recorded their very first album, Crystal Silence. In his autobiography, Gary Burton tells the story:

We set aside three days for the recording. Except for ... one tune in Munich, Chick and I hadn't worked together before Berlin, so we figured we would need a fair amount of time to choose songs and finalize arrangements. But to our amazement, it all went incredibly fast. We would spend maybe twenty minutes creating an arrangement, and then record. We did every song in just one take, except that we required a second spin through "Senor Mouse."
The record was finished in just a few hours, and the two realized they had a unique musical chemistry with the ability to anticipate each other's improvisational ideas. That album went on to become a classic: flawless yet fresh and forever new.

A few thousand concerts later, the jazz masters showed up at NPR HQ to perform a concert at our newly expanded Tiny Desk. On this day, it had been almost two years since Chick Corea and Gary Burton had played together — the longest break they'd ever had. But once again, their remarkable ability to connect was demonstrated in two songs they play together all the time.

 

SET LIST:
"Love Castle"
"Crystal Silence"

CREDITS:
Producers: Suraya Mohamed, Niki Walker; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Niki Walker, Kara Frame, Morgan McCloy; Production Assistant: Jackson Sinnenberg; Photo: Brandon Chew/NPR.

Caicó

Joe Zawinul toca e Maria João canta Villa Lobos, com letra de Teca Calazans.

 

Caicó

Ó, mana, deixa eu ir
Ó, mana, eu vou só
Ó, mana, deixa eu ir
Para o sertão do Caicó

Eu vou cantando
Com uma aliança no dedo
Eu aqui só tenho medo
Do mestre Zé Mariano

Mariazinha botou flores na janela
Pensando em vestido branco
Véu e flores na capela