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post #16 of 41

If you're looking for that female artist in jazz I suggest you check out:

 

Billie Holiday

Ella Fitzgerald

Anita O'Day

 

 

specifically:

Billie Holiday-

Autumn in New York

Solitude

A Fine Romance

Strange Fruit

You've Changed

 

Ella Fitzgerald-

Don't Mean a Thing

Airmail Special

Body and Soul

Anything Goes

Cheek to Cheek

 

Anita O'Day-

Tea For Two

Sweet Georgia Brown

Honeysuckle Rose

Sing, Sing, Sing

What Is This Thing Called Love?

post #17 of 41

YELLOWJACKETS   The best contemporary jazz band on the planet in terms of talent and chemistry.

 

(all releases with Bob Mintzer are sensational!)

 

Start with "Four Squared", "Mint Jam"

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Dave Brubeck!

post #21 of 41
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Dave Brubeck!

 

+1

 

his album "on time" is pretty rad

post #22 of 41

Lets keep this thread going.

 

 

Eva Cassidy

Cassandra Wilson

Dee Dee Bridgewater

Mindi Abair

Candy Dulfer

post #23 of 41
Chad Smith's Bombastic Meatbats
Frank Sinatra
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Cannonball Adderley

post #25 of 41

A few good guys...

 

Joshua Redman

Marcus Miller

Joe Sample

post #26 of 41

Hopefully not too off topic; this was the most recent jazz thread I saw.

 

I'm looking at getting Miles Davis' Miles In The Sky. As ever, it's not that simple! There are three readily available CD releases (on this side of the pond):

-- 1992    original Columbia CD release (?), using original analogue tapes

-- 1998    re-released with extra tracks

-- 2008    no obvious difference to 1998 release; what's the point?!

 

 

It's not clear whether the (original) tracks have been remastered again. Any idea whether the sound quality is equivalent across all three?

 

Thanks.

post #27 of 41
I've never gotten into the classic old jazz but here's some Smooth Jazz artists to give a try -

Boney James
Hiroshima (has some good female vocals as you requested)
Paul Hardcastle (my favorite)
Tom Grant
Craig Chaquico
Jean Luc Ponty
The Rippingtons
Wayman Tisdale (yes the former BB player)
Lee Ritenour
Zachary Breaux
post #28 of 41

I think jazz is the most mis-understood genre.  The styles might be more vast than any other type of music.

 

I particularly think post 1980's jazz is more diverse than any jazz previous to it and also can be considered controversial, non-conforming and out of place because it cant be pigeon-holed into a time frame style or category.

post #29 of 41

If you like Big Band Jazz.  www.itrax.com is a great place to download quality recordings.  They don't have a lot at the moment, but the quality is some of the best I've heard.  You can also get the Blu Ray disc so you can see the performance as well.

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Oscar Peterson - My Favorite Instrument 

Stanley Clarke - School Days

J.J Johnson - The Eminent Jay Jay Johnson, Vol. 1

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