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New York Trio -《Always》(天长 地久)[FLAC]

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    发行时间2008年01月08日
    地区美国
    语言英语
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专辑英文名Always
专辑中文名天长 地久
歌手New York Trio
别名艾文柏林歌曲集
音乐风格爵士
资源格式FLAC
发行时间2008年01月08日
地区美国
语言英语
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纽约三重奏:艾文柏林歌曲集 New York Trio: Always (CD) 【Venus】

美国歌曲之王艾文柏林,将熟悉的曲调幻化为钢琴琴音,以三重奏的方式回顾经典中的经典!

比尔查拉普主导的纽约三重奏,从2001年在Venus首度发片以来,一直维持著每年一片的频率,而在2008年的新作也就是他们第七张作品,比尔查拉普选择的是向有「歌曲之王」之称的艾文柏林致敬。

艾文柏林於1888年出生於俄罗斯,随著父母移民美国。在父亲病逝后,艾文柏林靠各种零工养家,其中之一就是在唐人街的小酒馆唱歌。在酒馆老闆要求下,艾文柏林写下第一首歌曲的词,赚得第一笔歌曲收入:37美分。艾文柏林初期只写歌词,在某次为了将歌词顺利卖出,他被逼得只好亲自写曲。艾文柏林可无师自通的演奏钢琴,但是他并不懂得乐谱。他终身的写作都是与音乐家合作才得以完成。

在1962年引退之前,艾文柏林创作的歌曲超过三千首,而最家喻户晓的作品当然是由平克劳斯贝唱红的「白色圣诞」,此曲也替他带来一座奥斯卡最佳电影歌曲奖座。另外,美国国歌「天佑亚美利坚」也是出自他的手笔。另外一位杰出歌曲作者杰若米肯恩在被问到艾文柏林对美国音乐的影响时回答:「艾文柏林就是美国音乐」。艾文柏林引退后过著近乎隐居的生活,在1989年於纽约过世,享年101岁。

本张专辑收录的几乎就是艾文柏林最让爵士乐迷们熟悉的作品,包括了「Always」、「Cheek To Cheek」、「They Say It's Wonderful」、「How Deep Is The Ocean」、「Change Partners」、「Isn't ThisA Lovely Day」等等。其中标题曲「Always」选择别有深意,艾文柏林与第二任妻子艾琳结婚时,岳父因为宗教问题而宣佈与女儿断绝关係,当时保守的社会对此婚姻也不看好,但是艾文柏林将此曲的版税指名给艾琳,让她这辈子在经济上永无后顾之忧。

比尔查拉普与杰里昂哈特、比尔史都华组成的三重奏历经多次合作,默契早已不是问题,演奏这些经典歌曲自然驾轻就熟。终曲「Russian Lullaby」比尔查拉普更选择由自己独奏上阵,精湛的技巧搭配优美的曲调,让聆听者有一个畅快淋漓的完美结束。录音在纽约著名的柯林顿录音室进行,音效自然优美,解析度奇高,精彩程度足可做为音响示范。

商品条码 : 4988008968439
商品编号 : TVKV35418
艺人/团体 : 纽约三重奏 New York Trio - 查看所有专辑
专辑名称 : 艾文柏林歌曲集
Always
音乐类型 : 爵士 [CD 专辑]
发行公司/日期 : 极光 2008/8/13
制作公司 : VENUS
内含片数 : 1

【曲目】
01. Always 永远
02. Cheek To Cheek 脸贴脸
03. They Say It's Wonderful 他们说这很美好
04. I Got The Sun In The Morning 我有早晨的阳光
05. How Deep Is The Ocean 海有多深
06. Change Partners 交换舞伴
07. What I'll Do 我要做的
08. Isn't This A Lovely Day? 今天不是很美好吗?
09. The Song Is Ended 歌曲结束了
10. Russian Lullaby 俄罗斯摇篮曲

引用
Release Date January 8, 2008
Duration 49:38
Genre Jazz
Style Mainstream Jazz Post-Bop
Recording DateMay 30, 2007 & May 31, 2007

AllMusic Review by Ken Dryden [-]

The New York Trio, led by pianist Bill Charlap with bassist Jay Leonhart and drummer Bill Stewart, exists exclusively as a band to record for the Japanese jazz market, as Charlap has a regular trio with Peter Washington and Kenny Washington, while both Leonhart and Stewart are busy session musicians who occasionally also lead their own record dates. These 2007 sessions focus exclusively on the extensive songbook of the prolific Irving Berlin. Most of the ten tunes heard on this CD have long since become standards and are frequently recorded by jazz artists. One that isn't typically heard as an instrumental is "I Got the Sun in the Morning" (from the musical Annie Get Your Gun), heard in a loping yet infectious interpretation. "How Deep Is the Ocean" is one of Berlin's most recorded songs, yet this version sizzles with energy, unlike the typical ballad treatments. Other highlights include the breezy, joyful setting of "Cheek to Cheek," with Stewart's whispering brushes propelling Charlap's buoyant piano, along with the bittersweet "What'll I Do," featuring Leonhart's intimate solo. Even though this isn't a working band, things seem to gel quickly for The New York Trio when the group assembles to record.

Audio CD (January 8, 2008)
Original Release Date: January 1, 2009
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Import
Label: Tokuma Japan Comm.
ASIN: B0010B8EBA

New York Trio ‎– Always
Label: Venus Records (5) ‎– tkjv-19193
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: Japan
Released: 2008
Genre: Jazz
Style: Contemporary Jazz

Does any jazz musician alive today (be it player or singer) share more devotedly and mine with deeper conviction that widely-vaunted but too-often- dismissed-with-lip-service Great American Songbook than pianist Bill Charlap? This child of songwriter Moose and chanteuse Sandy Stewart was lovingly reared on the Tin Pan Alley and Broadway classics he so meticulously reimagines (usually romantically, occasionally puckishly, always honestly) on album after album. Thus Charlap's been recording beauty upon beauty with singular focus and unfailing swingability—abetted by terrific teammates—for a baker's dozen years; his '90s Criss Cross trio dates were goodie-laden grab-bags; Blue Note continued that tradition with Written In The Stars (gems by Cole Porter, Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen, et al.), before producer Joel Moss wisely let him dedicate entire albums to individual composer/craftsmen of the golden age of popular song such as Hoagy Carmichael (Stardust), Los Hermanos Gershwin (The American Soul) and Lenny Bernstein (Somewhere).

Emphatically not a guy to be deterred from artistic completion by the wrys and fawns of the big bad music business, the modest, super-musical Charlap keeps the flame bright here with two new volumes from Venus in Japan, unerringly well-crafted albums devoted to theme and variation on the collected songs of Richard Rodgers (Thou Swell) and Irving Berlin (Always). With him now are bassist Jay Leonhart, himself an able singer and vocal interpreter, and drummer Bill Stewart, a happy collaborator reunited from the Criss Cross dates.

As ever, Charlap handpicks several less-than-obvious diamonds-in-the-rough. Sensitive singers will hear some of these and intone, "Gimme that leadsheet!" Charlap's tender treatment of the Rodgers love song I'd not heard since the inimitable Mabel Mercer stunningly retold it in 1977 at Boston's Merry-Go-Round Room, "That's For Me," brought me willies of wonderment, tears of recognition. Then he turns smartly around and briskly charms the pants off "Have You Met Miss Jones?" (Leonhart plucking firmly and Stewart whisking flies) as he balances the genteel mezzo-piano delicacy of Hank Jones with the brusque pungency of Andre Previn's trio with Red Mitchell and Shelly Manne with a bell-clear resonance at any tempo that's all his own. They revert to spacious legato on "There's A Small Hotel" (Stewart's brushes churn cream into butter.) And they end with a breathtaker on the endearing waltz "Wait Til You See Her". It gets better yet, if possible, on Always. Charlap's Irving Berlin set floats like a butterfly, or rather Fred Astaire's ineffable step, pinpoint turns in place. There haven't been so many of these unusually structured Berlins on a single since Fred crooned them with Oscar Peterson and Charlie Shavers in 1952: "Cheek to Cheek," "Change Partners," "Isn't It A Lovely Day?" That dancing, airy feeling pervades every track; it's like a suite to rooftop Manhattan lounges, where this trio could be the house band for eternity. Aah, pacing! Aah, cityscape!


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专辑曲目

01. Always
02. Cheek to Cheek
03. They Say It's Wonderful
04. I Got the Sun in the Morning
05. How Deep Is the Ocean
06. Change Partners
07. What'll I Do
08. Isn't This a Lovely Day?
09. The Song Is Ended
10. Russian Lullaby

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