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Jazz
Performer: David X. Young
Title: David X. Young's Jazz Loft 1954 - 1965 The History, And Lost Recordings
Year 2000
Country US
Label Jazz Magnet Records
Catalog Number JAM 2002
Genre: Jazz
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 635
MP3 size: 1444 mb
Record From: 2 × CD, Compilation

David X. Young - David X. Young's Jazz Loft 1954 - 1965 The History, And Lost Recordings mp3

Tracklist

1Dark Cloud
Bass – Steve SwallowPiano – Dave McKennaTenor Saxophone, Written-By – Zoot SimsWritten-By – Jon Hendricks
3:41
2Zoot & Drums
Drums – Jerry SegalTenor Saxophone – Zoot Sims
2:52
3821 Blues
Bass – Bill TakasDrums – Jerry SegalPiano – Bob BrookmeyerTenor Saxophone – Zoot Sims
11:13
4This Can't Be Love
Baritone Saxophone – Pepper AdamsBass – Bill TakasDrums – Jerry SegalPiano – Mose AllisonTenor Saxophone – Zoot SimsWritten-By – Rodgers & Hart
16:30
5Stompin' At The Savoy
Baritone Saxophone – Pepper AdamsBass – Bill TakasDrums – Jerry SegalPiano – Mose AllisonTenor Saxophone – Zoot SimsWritten-By – Andy Razaf, Benny Goodman
16:15
6Spuds
Bass – Bill CrowGuitar – Jim Hall, Jimmy RaneyPiano – Dave McKennaValve Trombone – Bob Brookmeyer
11:30
7Groovin' High
Baritone Saxophone – Pepper AdamsBass – Bill TakasDrums – Jerry SegalPiano – Mose AllisonTenor Saxophone – Zoot SimsTrumpet – Jerry Lloyd Written-By – Dizzy Gillespie
8Wildwood
Bass – Bill CrowDrums – Dick ScottGuitar – Jim HallPiano – Hall OvertonValve Trombone – Bob BrookmeyerWritten-By – Gigi Gryce
9When The Sun Comes Out
Bass – Bill TakasDrums – Jerry SegalPiano – Dave McKennaTenor Saxophone – Zoot SimsWritten-By – Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler
10There Would Never Be Another You
Bass – Bill CrowDrums – Dick ScottGuitar – Jim HallPiano – Hall OvertonValve Trombone – Bob BrookmeyerWritten-By – Harry Warren , Mack Gordon
15:42
11It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing
Bass – Bill CrowPiano – Hall OvertonTenor Saxophone – Zoot SimsTrumpet – Don EllisWritten-By – Duke Ellington
12:50
12Dog Story
Voice – Bill Crow, Zoot Sims
0:52

Credits

  • Mastered ByKatherine Miller

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 6 92287-20022 0

Companies

  • Mastered At – Current Sounds

Album

Various Artists. David X. Young's Jazz Loft: 1954-1965. Painterphotographer David X. Young utilized his artist loft in New York City's Flower District as a forum and meeting place for many jazz musicians to stretch their wares, amid other extracurricular activities, during the mid-1950s up until 1965. With this sharply dressed 2000 two-CD release, the folks at Jazz Magnet offer the listener over two hours of previously unreleased jam material spanning 1957 through 1965, featuring tenor sax legend Zoot Sims, trombonist Bob Brookmeyer, pianist Dave McKenna, bassist Steve Swallow, and many others of note. Fortunately, David X. Young has been able to see the documentation and appreciation of his significant contributions to jazz, even though W. Eugene Smith wasn't as lucky. After Double Take magazine printed a ground-breaking article about Young's jazz loft, CNN, Time and CBS Sunday Morning were quick on the uptake to interview Young and to recall the inspiring music that developed in his home, a barely livable building at 821 Sixth Avenue. The fact of the building's lack of amenities such as working plumbing or electrical wiring stimulated Young through sweat equity to live in a. Painter, Photographer, Filmmaker David Young was born in Eastham, Cape Cod on Feb. He passed away from emphysema on May 22, 2001. A Fulbright Scholar to Haiti, he painted, filmed and studied its vodun culture for over three decades. Eugene Smith, maintaining friendships with Jackson Pollock, William Dekooning, Franz Kline and Zero Mostel. Young's Jazz Loft 1954 - 1965 The History, And Lost Recordings 2xCD, Comp. Jazz Magnet Records. JAM 2002. CNN & TIME has tracked down some of the musicians who played there, and the painter whose home became a mecca for musicians, artists and celebrities , David X. Jazz Loft 1954-65 - Music. Jazz Loft David Lofts Jazz Music Attic. More information. From Elvis Presley to FKA Twigs, here are the 50 greatest album covers of all time. john tapia Music. Miles Davis Maserati Ferrari Green Lamborghini Lamborghini Miura Le Mans Pictures Of Rocks Photo Star Celebrity Cars. Some iconic images and magazine covers from the publishers vast holdings, where the emphasis is shifting from preservation to capitalizing on the trove. Amma Ogan posters. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on . James Welsh Love. David Young is on Mixcloud. Join to listen to great radio shows, DJ mix sets and Podcasts. Never miss another show from David Young. 16History. 0Favorites. David Young. Young's recordings with a booklet of his paintings. Young's Jazz Loft: 1954-1965 link. If you want to dig even deeper into the wealth of this cultural archeological trove, WNYCs morning program host, Leonard Lopate, interviewed Sam Stephenson last December. Their twenty-minute conversation engages the history of the Jazz Loft Project with fascinating anecdotes about Smith. Jazz Loft Anthology link. Scroll down past the. show all. jazz music 1. Member recommendations. Work-to-work relationships. view history. Common Knowledge. For more help see the Common Knowledge help page. Boomtown is the Los Angeles themed and only studio album by the American rock duo David David, released on July 7, 1986 through A&M Records. He gave the record four and a half out of five stars, concluding that one may not want to listen to this record to lift the spirit, but it is a strong reminder of difficult situations faced during what can be. David X Young. his color is almost unfailingly apt, imaginative and attractive. For a young man, too, he commands an exceptionally wide. I have in my possession one of Mr. Young's early paintings during Jazz loft years and would like to find a buyer asap. If anyone is interested please contact me via email bnanners