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Various Artists -《Telarc Jazz - Celebrating 25 years 》( Telarc 爵士精彩 25)[2 CD Set][APE]

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    发行时间2002年06月25日
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专辑英文名Telarc Jazz - Celebrating 25 years
专辑中文名 Telarc 爵士精彩 25
音乐风格爵士
资源格式APE
版本[2 CD Set]
发行时间2002年06月25日
地区美国
语言英语
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Telarc是很多乐友熟悉的美国唱片厂牌,素以录音上乘、音效一流著称。其实,如今的Telarc已不仅仅是一个以录音“发烧”见长的厂牌,多年来,它在古典音乐、爵士乐、蓝调音乐方面都成系列地推出了不少新录音唱片。如果说在古典音乐方面TELARC因为自身比较“年轻”、实力尚待加强而还没有罗致多少世界一流的音乐家与乐团的话,那么在爵士乐和蓝调音乐方面它却实实在在地拥有了令人关注的非常豪华的音乐家阵容——这一点,只怕连VERVE、BLUE NOTE这样历史超过半个世纪的爵士老牌也会暗暗艳羡······
Telarc於1977年起率先推出数位录音技术制造唱片的先锋,为了让乐迷们能重温过去精采的爵士盛况,特别推出25周年巨星云集同台庆贺,并且,为了回赠乐迷,收录让您享受精采的Jazz曲目!
这次的25周年专辑中您可以欣赏到如Bass至尊Ray Brown所率领的爵士三重奏演绎But Beautiful,Loussier Jacques爵士三重奏演奏维瓦尔第《四季---春》,Kevin Mahogany爵士手法演绎蓝调名曲Pride and Joy,爵士小提琴大师Stephane Grappelli现场演出,等...聆听一张悦耳动听的专辑,也是一种生活的享受!

In what has proved to be a lucrative relationship with such prominent jazz artists as Oscar Peterson, Dave Brubeck, Ray Brown, George Shearing, McCoy Tyner, and Dizzy Gillespie, among many others, much of the Telarc international jazz label's rich musical history is captured on Telarc Celebrating 25 Years. The two-disc set features 25 excerpts from Telarc's Digital Compact Disc Catalog from more than a decade of jazz in the label's 25th anniversary retrospective. In addition to the seasoned vets, some relative newcomers to the label's roster make the cut, including vocalists Tierney Sutton and Kevin Mahogany, along with pianist Benny Green. Songs such as "Trust" by Monty Alexander, "Merry-Go-Round," by vocalist Freddy Cole, and "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes" by McCoy Tyner display ample evidence of the label's continued appeal to jazz enthusiasts and the depth of the talent associated with it. The addition of "I Only Have Eyes for You" from the 1989 release After Hours should fascinate trivia buffs since it chronicles Telarc's leap into jazz recording. One of the most beautiful pieces on the compilation is Dave Brubeck's solo rendition of "Lullaby" from the recording entitled Just You, Just Me. Overall, this retrospective manages to balance both sides of the proverbial generation gap, and the results should appeal to both seasoned and new jazz fans interested in collecting the historical aspect of this record label. ~ Paula Edelstein

2-CD;D.Brubeck,Ray Brown,Gerry Mulligan,S.Grappelli,Jim Hall+

Includes liner notes by John C. Bruening.

Full title: Telarc Celebrating 25 Years: The Jazz Celebration.

Compilation producers: Elaine Martone, Adrian Mills.

Credits:
Howard Alden - Guitar
Monty Alexander - Performer
Dan Barrett - Trombone
Dave Brubeck - Piano
Hank Crawford - Sax (Alto)
Paquito D'Rivera - Clarinet
Jon Faddis - Trumpet
Stephane Grappelli - Violin
Jim Hall - Guitar
Jeff Hamilton - Drums
Slide Hampton - Trombone
Antonio Hart - Sax (Alto)
Red Holloway - Sax (Tenor)
Ahmad Jamal - Piano
Rodney Jones - Guitar
Geoff Keezer - Piano
Jacques Loussier - Piano
Jimmy McGriff - Organ (Hammond)
Joe Pass - Guitar
Bucky Pizzarelli - Guitar
Andre Previn - Piano
George Shearing - Piano
Bobby Short - Vocals
Lew Soloff - Trumpet
Dave Stryker - Guitar
Neil Swainson - Bass
Mel Tormé - Vocals
Cedar Walton - Piano
Joe Williams - Vocals
Louis Stewart - Guitar
Freddy Cole - Vocals
Nancy King - Vocals
Victor Lewis - Drums
Steve Nelson - Vibraphone
Gary Smulyan - Sax (Baritone)
John Chiodini - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric)
Ted Piltzecker - Vibraphone
Curtis Boyd - Drums
Lewis Nash - Drums
Joshua Redman - Sax (Tenor)
McCoy Tyner - Piano
Wayne Armond - Guitar, Vocals
Andre Arpino - Drums
Ray Brinker - Drums
Ray Brown - Bass
Glen Browne - Bass
Jeanie Bryson - Vocals
Jon Burr - Bass
Myra Casales - Percussion
Stanley Clarke - Guitar (Acoustic), Bass (Electric)
Scott Colley - Bass
Dave Grusin - Piano
Al Foster - Drums
Benny Green - Piano
Charles Haynes - Drums
Melissa Slocum - Bass
Vincent Charbonnier - Bass
Dwight Dawes - Keyboards
Ephriam Wolfolk - Bass
Tierney Sutton - Vocals
Brian Sooy - Design
Jerry Byrd & The String Dusters - Guitar
Desmond Jones - Drums
George Shearing Quintet - Performer
Steve Davis - Trombone
Trey Henry - Bass
Jim Hughart - Bass
Gregory Hutchinson - Drums
Christian Jacob - Piano
Dean Johnson - Bass
Harold Jones - Drums
Dennis Mackrel - Drums
Kevin Mahogany - Vocals
Lou Marini - Flute (Alto), Sax (Alto)
Elaine Martone - Compilation Producer
Mulgrew Miller - Piano
George Mraz - Bass
John Pizzarelli - Performer
Reg Schwager - Guitar
Jack Six - Bass
Frank Tate - Bass
Terry Trotter - Piano
Steve Turre - Trombone
Ron Vincent - Drums
James Weidman - Piano
Buster Williams - Bass
Jackie Williams - Drums
Robert Thomas, Jr. - Hand Drums
Ronnie Buttacavoli - Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Jesse Hameen - Drums
Hank Crawford Quartet - Performer
Gerry Mulligan Quartet - Performer
Jacques Loussier Trio - Performer
Ray Brown Trio - Performer
Anilda Carrasquillo - Art Direction
Chuck Wilson - Clarinet, Flute, Sax (Alto)
Erica Brenner - Compilation Editing
Robert Browne - Guitar

引用
There was once, many years ago, a television program hosted by Oscar Peterson. It was all rather well heeled and respectable and was thought by jazz buffs to be a little too timid and genteel, but when it disappeared there was a sudden realisation that much good music would no longer get an airing. This collection from Telarc reminds me of that show. In addition, the line-up and the material both look rather like examples of what (and who) were regularly featured. Fortunately, Telarc is in robust shape, and today’s jazz fans are less likely to cast aside a good thing when they hear it.

This two-for-one sampler showcases the impressive catalogue that the Cleveland label has put together since the late ‘80s. The “25 years” is slightly misleading—Telarc was a classical outfit for the first decade of its existence. Since it turned to jazz, it has specialised in quality recordings of established figures, who mostly stick, not unreasonably, to the styles that made them famous. Do not expect anything adventurous or avant-garde but do give a listen to a bumper harvest of well executed, “real” jazz, with equal emphasis on standards and sophistication.

A track for each year of the company’s life means that this is more than just a teasing taster. The names involved are often those (like Peterson’s guests) who have some purchase outside of the inner sanctum of jazz fans. Stephane Grappelli, Jacques Loussier, André Previn, Dave Brubeck, George Shearing, and Mel Torme are good examples. If that list tempts you into a insider’s sneer, then have a listen to Previn’s charming reading of “I Only Have Eyes for You” and think again. Well-known and popular do not in themselves mean any absence of jazz sensibility. In any case, McCoy Tyner and Jim Hall should keep the more precious fans quiet while Hank Crawford, Jimmy McGriff, and Slide Hampton all add a welcome earthiness to the proceedings.

There is a surfeit of “inoffensive” vocal tracks, and none of the singers (who include Joe Williams, Freddy Cole, Jeanie Bryson, Bobby Short, Kevin Mahogany, John Pizzarelli, and Tierney Sutton) really deliver of their absolute best. Jazz singing is back in just now, but I think the general choice of tunes ventures a little too far down the middle of the road. Nothing dire of course, these are all too accomplished performers to be anything worse than pleasant, but all have better to offer.

On the other hand, if elegant and understated piano playing appeals to you, prepare yourself for a veritable feast. Apart from some surprisingly solid contributions from two of my least favourite pianists (a more than usually contemplative Brubeck and George Shearing in Manhattan dinner-jazz mood), there are several outings that would light up any collection. Benny Green (an encyclopedia of styles can be heard in his version of “Just You, Just Me”), Ahmad Jamal (“Skylark”), and Monty Alexander (so poised on “Trust”) make the most of each of their moments in the spotlight and all leave you wanting more. The much-maligned Jamal is, if anything, the pick of the three. That Tyner is outstanding goes without saying, but Loussier is something of a revelation. The Bach-into-Jazz man became something of a joke some eons ago, but listening afresh I think the joke was on the critics. Loussier is into Vivaldi on this occasion and it actually works very well.

Group performances include the Ray Brown trio, who hurry nimbly if a little too rapidly through “Tanga” and amble more lazily through “But Beautiful”. The latter includes the finest vocal performance of the set, by a barely mentioned Nancy King. There is also a classy reading of “Brother Blues” by the Gerry Mulligan Quintet. Oddly, one of the most memorable tracks is “Conception” by the George Shearing Quintet, whose piano-vibes interplay is unbelievably evocative of a world of Extra Dry Martinis and Avedon-Vogue covers—all a million miles from Shearing’s Battersea origins and (probably) the music’s overt intentions.

That tune does seem somehow characteristic of all the pieces. This is a comfortable and comforting experience—easy listening of a decidedly superior and tailored type. It all could be seen to belong to a lost age of American chic, somewhere between late ‘50s New Yorker book reviews and early-Hefner, Uptown penthouse suites. Dinner jazz, it is called these days. In certain moods it can irritate, in others it offers welcome respite from a too hectic world.

If a relaxed and relaxing evening is what is called for then the music here provides suitable accompaniment. More importantly, these are some of the most gifted players the jazz world can offer and if they are all in relatively undemanding mood they are not in any way in a slapdash or a lazy one. Therefore, as both a celebration of and a bargain introduction to some superb musicianship, this collection more justifies itself. Happy Birthday, Telarc.


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如资深音响发烧友所熟知,当今美国发烧唱片龙头老大特丽公司,是1977年由一张以超级大砲为号召的《1812年序曲》LP唱片轰动全球起家,然后发展到现今的扎实规模。那张LP唱片由於大砲声动态超强,因此沟纹弯弯曲曲极为古怪壮观,曾经让许多玩家的珍贵唱头过不了关而报销。儘管最先进录音技术一直是特丽产品的标竿,但是他们也坚持《科技必须为艺术服务》,因此所灌录的唱片,内容水準非常高,曾经赢得36项《葛莱美奖》,至於《法国唱片大奖》、《金音叉大奖》、日本《年度最佳唱片》和德国《年度最佳发烧CD》的荣宠,更不在话下。这套25週年庆纪念盘,一共收录四十首精华片段,播放时间长达155分鐘,其中包括音响迷讚不绝口的《1812年序曲》大砲,《展览会之画》的爆棚结尾,《查拉图斯特拉如是说》的威猛开头等名作,最后则以数段最尖端DSD录音来结束。高科技发烧录音的辉煌历史尽在其中矣!

A solid track record...

Telarc International ( Telarc.com ) is celebrating its Silver Anniversary. Originally founded in 1977 and centered in Cleveland, Telarc began its life as a classical music recording company. In the past 25 years, the label has recorded a bountiful number of American and Foreign artists and orchestras. Not surprisingly, Christoph von Dohnanyi and the Cleveland Symphony are well represented in Telarc's catalog. This same catalog sports the likes of Martin Pearlman and the Boston Baroque, one of the United State's premier period instrument orchestras, and the irrepressible Benjamin Zander with the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra. Choral leader Robert Shaw spent the majority of his recording career with Telarc.

Also present in the Telarc classical catalog is Andre Previn, pianist and conductor extraordinaire. In the late 1980s, Telarc turned its attention to jazz and spotted Previn to produce the first Telarc Jazz recording and produce it he did. The result was After Hours (83302, 1989). Since that time, Telarc has had an impressive Jazz run, one that is amply displayed on the new twofer Telarc Jazz— Celebrating 25 Years. Compilations like this are a bit of a dicey affair as poor track choice or time use can sink an otherwise successful recording. Telarc packs two discs full of the best they have to offer and that benefits them in two ways. One, it offers the public a sampler of what the label has to offer regarding jazz. Two, it provides Jazz a greater exposure, which benefits everyone in the industry. Most of all, it benefits the listener who things of jazz in smatterings, wanting not a recording of a single artist, but one that approximates jazz radio station airplay. The same idea as the Now That's What I Call Music ... series, except with real music.

The collection is very up-to-date including music from the recently recorded pieces from The Rare Delight of You with John Pizzarelli and George Shearing (83546, 2002) and Kevin Mahogany's Pride and Joy (83542, 2002). Ray Brown is in wide supply, as well as Dave Brubeck and Stephane Grappelli. Compilations like this are always worth a turn under the laser. Come and see what Telarc Jazz has to offer.

Track Listing: Disc 1. I Only Have Eyes for You, Andre Previn - Piano, Joe Pass - Guitar, Ray Brown - Bass; Bebop, Slide Hampton, Steve Turre - Trombone, David Sanchez - Tenor Sax, Jon Faddis - Trumpet, Lewis Nash - Drums; Here's to Life, Joe Williams - Vocal, George Shearing - Piano; Tanga, Ray Brown - Bass, Benny Green - Piano, Jeff Hamilton - Drums; Brother Blues, Gerry Mulligan - Baritone Sax, Dean Johnson - Bass, Ron Vincent - Drums, Dave Grusin - Piano, Grover Washington, Jr. - Soprano & Tenor Sax; Lullaby, Dave Brubeck - Piano; Red Top, Jimmy McGriff - Hammond B3 Organ, Hank Crawford - Alto Sax, Rodney Jones - Guitar, Jesse Hameen - Drums; Some Cats Know, Jeanie Bryson - Vocal, John Chiodini - Guitar, Terry Trotter - Piano, Jim Hughart - Bass, Harold Jones - Drums, Red Holloway - Tenor Sax, Paquito D'Rivera - Clarinet, Ronnie Buttacavoli - Flugelhorn/Trumpet, Mayra Casales - Percussion; Conception, George Shearing - Piano, Louis Stewart - Guitar, Neil Swainson - Bass, Steve Nelson - Vibraphone, Dennis Mackrell - Drums; A Timeless Place (The Peacocks), Tierney Sutton - Vocals, Trey Henry - Bass, Ray Brinker - Drums, Gary Foster - Flute, Christian Jacob - Piano Disc 2. I'm Gonna Go Fishin', Mel Torme - Vocal, The Great American Songbook Orch.; Skylark, Ahmad Jamal - Piano Ephriam Wolfolk - Bass, Arti Dixson - Drums; Waltz for Debby, Jim Hall - Guitar, Scott Colley - Bass, Terry Clarke - Drums, The New York Voices - Vocal; Merry-Go-Round, Freddie Cole - Vocal, Cedar Walton - Piano, George Mraz - Bass, Curtis Boyd - Drums; Jerry Byrd - Guitar, Lew Soloff - Trumpet, Steve Davis - Trombone, Eric Alexander - Tenor Sax, Lou Marini - Alto Sax/Flute, Gary Smulyan - Baritone Sax; The Night Has a Thousand Eyes, McCoy Tyner - Piano, Stanley Clarke - Guitar/Electric Bass, Al Foster - Drums; Vivaldi: Allegro from the Four Seasons: Spring, Jacques Loussier - Piano, Vincent Charbonnier - Bass, Andr



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CD 1

01. I Only Have Eyes for You performed by Andre Previn / Joe Pass / Ray Brown - 4:52
02. Bebop performed by Hampton, Slide & JazzMasters - 7:40
03. Here's to Life performed by Joe Williams / George Shearing - 3:45
04. Tanga performed by Brown, Ray Trio - 4:04
05. Brother Blues performed by Mulligan, Gerry Quartet – 7:59
06. Lullaby performed by Dave Brubeck - 5:11
07. Red Top performed by Jimmy McGriff / Crawford, Hank Quartet - 4:18
08. Some Cats Know performed by Jeanie Bryson - 5:54
09. Conception performed by New George Shearing Quintet - 7:05
10. A Timeless Place (The Peacocks) performed by Tierney Sutton - 7:17

CD 2

11. I'm Gonna Go Fishin' performed by Mel Torme - 3:04
12. Skylark performed by Ahmad Jamal - 4:34
13. Waltz for Debby performed by Jim Hall - 5:00
14. Merry-Go-Round performed by Freddy Cole - 5:50
15. The Night Has a Thousand Eyes performed by McCoy Tyner - 4:49
16. Vivaldi: Allegro from the Four Seasons: Spring, performed by Loussier, Jacques Trio - 6:56
17. But Beautiful performed by Ray Brown - 5:37
18. Joshua Redman performed by Dave Brubeck - 6:18
19. Just You, Just Me performed by Benny Green - 3:08
20. All God's Chillun Got Rhythm performed by Stephane Grappelli - 3:01
21. Tenderly performed by Bobby Short - 4:50
22. Back in the Day performed by Steve Turre - 6:39
23. Lemon Twist performed by Shearing, George Quintet / John Pizzarelli - 3:52
24. Trust performed by Monty Alexander – 5:59
25. Pride and Joy performed by Kevin Mahogany / Jon Faddis - 6:26

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