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Various – World Jazz Series. Label: Columbia – none. Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Mono. Front cover says "The Lark By Studebaker exclusive world jazz series". The labels are Columbia "six-eye" design. Label Code (Side 1): XTV 65036. Label Code (Side 2): XTV 65037. Matrix, Runout (Side 1): XTV 65036-1C. Matrix, Runout (Side 2): XTV 65037-1C.
Released: Genre: Jazz. Style: Contemporary Jazz, Cool Jazz. One World Jazz (LP, Album).
Best Jazz Album in the World Ever.
Compilation album series by. Various artists. The brand new The Album: series spawned six more volumes (although a hiatus was present in two of its five active years).
In 1988 a youngish Ady Croasdell, who had reclaimed his moniker from that imposter Harboro Horace, put together a vinyl album of tracks from Fantasy, one of the world’s richest sources of jazz dance grooves. Fantasy’s labels included Prestige, Riverside and Battle and their artists numbered Mongo Santamaria, Johnny Hammond Smith, Brother Jack McDuff and Mose Allison; quite reasonably the LP was titled Cool. In the intervening years, the word cool had been adopted by every mother’s so. nd quite a few five year-old girls; a new title was required. Ace’s biggest brains wrestled with the dilemma and when the plume of white smoke emerged from the Harlesden headquarters’ chimney, two words were emblazoned on the forthcoming release sheet: Mod Jazz. Cool formed the ethos of the operation, but there was a chance to expand the tracks, artists and even styles.
Now comes The Jazz Age, for which he has rerecorded several of his own compositions, performed by The Bryan Ferry Orchestra in the style of the 20s. And get this: he doesn't sing – they're all instrumentals. Reading on mobile? Listen here. I started my musical journey listening to a fair bit of jazz, mainly instrumental, and from diverse and contrasting periods," Ferry said. I loved the way the great soloists would pick up a tune and shake it up – go somewhere completely different – and then return gracefully back to the melody, as if nothing had happened.
Posed with the question, Who invented jazz album cover design? Most people will instantly say, Blue Note Records, and Reid Miles in particular. But this would be a gross simplification as well as inaccurate. Some like the Charlie Parker series are instantly recognizable as Martin’s work, while some of his covers for Billie Holiday are less obviously his style. One cover that many would perhaps overlook as Martin’s work is Ella and Louis’s Porgy And Bess (1957). Over at Blue Note it was another graphic designer, with a passion for jazz, who did many of the label’s early album designs, his name was Paul Bacon. When the label released it’s initial batch of LPs in the early 1950s they featured sleeves designed by a d New Yorker, Bacon.
|A1||–Duke Ellington And His Orchestra||U. M. M. G.|
|A2||–Lambert, Hendricks & Ross||Centerpiece|
|A3||–Louis Armstrong||A Theme From The Threepenny Opera (Mack The Knife)|
|A4||–Gerry Mulligan||As Catch Can|
|B1||–Dave Brubeck||Blue Rondo A La Turk|
|B2||–Jimmy Rushing||I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me|
|B3||–Count Basie||Dickie's Dream|
NotesPromotional LP made for Studebaker dealers to promote the Lark automobile.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): XSV 65038
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2): XSV 65039
Title: Exclusive World Jazz Series
Size MP3: 1469 mb
Size FLAC: 1423 mb
Rating: 4.9 / 5
Other Formats: AA DMF WMA TTA MPC AUD ASF