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Charlie Parker - Bird At St. Nick's Album

Charlie Parker - Bird At St. Nick's Album

Performer: Charlie Parker
Title: Bird At St. Nick's
Style: Bop
Released: 15 Jan 1993
Cat#: OJCCD-041-2, JWS-500
Country: US
Label: Original Jazz Classics, Jazz Workshop
Size MP3 version: 1526 mb
Size FLAC version: 2700 mb
Size WMA version: 1267 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 011
Genre: Jazz

Charlie Parker - Bird At St. Nick's Album


Tracklist

1Embraceable You
Written-By – Gershwin, Gershwin
2:18
2Visa
Written-By – Charlie Parker
2:57
352nd Street Theme
Written-By – Thelonious Monk
0:11
452nd Street Theme
Written-By – Thelonious Monk
1:13
5Confirmation
Written-By – Charlie Parker
3:14
6Out Of Nowhere
Written-By – Heyman, Green
2:17
7What's New
Written-By – Haggart, Burke
2:43
8Ornithology
Written-By – Harris, Parker
3:27
9Now's The Time
Written-By – Parker
4:15
10Scrapple From The Apple
Written-By – Charlie Parker
4:37
11I Cover The Waterfront
Written-By – Heyman, Green
1:44
12Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
Written-By – Kern, Harbach
3:34
13Star Eyes
Written By – Andrew, Speaks
2:55
14Hot House
Written-By – Tadd Dameron
3:46
15I Didn't Know What Time It Was
Written-By – Hart, Rodgers
2:35

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
JWS 500Charlie Parker Bird At St. Nick's ‎(LP, Album)Jazz WorkshopJWS 500US1957
OJC-041, JWS-500Charlie Parker Bird At St. Nick's ‎(LP, Album, RE)Original Jazz Classics, Jazz WorkshopOJC-041, JWS-500Germany1983
JWS 500, OJC-041Charlie Parker Bird At St. Nick's ‎(LP, Album)Jazz Workshop, Original Jazz ClassicsJWS 500, OJC-041GermanyUnknown
MLP.12-105Charlie Parker Bird At St Nick's ‎(LP, Album)Melodisc MLP.12-105UKUnknown
6012Charlie Parker Bird At St. Nicks ‎(LP, Album, RE)Fantasy6012US1964

Credits

  • Alto SaxophoneCharlie Parker
  • BassTommy Porter
  • CoverParent
  • DrumsRoy Haynes
  • Liner NotesJimmy Knepper
  • PianoAl Haig
  • Technician [Audio Restoration], Remastered By [Digital Remastering]Kirk Felton
  • TrumpetRed Rodney

Notes

Recorded in New York City; February 18, 1950.
Audio restoration and digital remastering, 1992
(Fantasy Studios, Berkeley)

Album

Bird at St. Nick's - Charlie Parker. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Nick's was a live tape recording by Charlie Parker. I Didn't Know What Time It Was 2:35. Ornithology 3:27. Embraceable You 2:18. Visa 2:57. I Cover the Waterfront 1:44. Scrapple from the Apple 4:34. Star Eyes52nd Street Theme 3:02. Confirmation 3:18. Out of Nowhere 2:17. Hot House 3:45. What's New 2:43. Now's The Time 4:14. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes52nd Street Theme 4:46. Visualizza riconoscimenti, recensioni, tracks e compra questa la 1993 CDpubblicazione di Bird At St. This is a great historical document of a genius at work live with a great combo, but the sound quality on this CD is disappointing. The liner notes cite the use of no-noise processing which can level out a lot of the dynamics in a recording. To add insult to injury there's still an awful lot of tape hiss. Bird At St Nick's is a bop music live album recording by CHARLIE PARKER released in 1955 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Side one of St Nicks consists of someone holding a tape deck very near Charlie Parker and only recording while he plays his solos. Later a sound engineer did a decent job of splicing the solo sections together for the continuity of the songs. JWS 500. I was lucky to find this original pressing in pretty good to Bird at St. Charlie Parker 12 tracks Released in 1949 Jazz. Relaxing At Camarillo. Carvin The Bird. Dark Shadows. Listen full album. View all Charlie Parker albums. Bird At St. Charlie Parker. 14 tracks. Released in 1955. Nick's 1955. Album by Charlie Parker. What's New. is a cover of. I'm Free What's New by Bob Crosby and His Orchestra 1938. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes. When Your Heart's on Fire Smoke Gets in Your Eyes by Gertrude Niesen 1933. Listen free to Charlie Parker Bird at St. Nick's I Didn't Know What Time It Was, Ornithology and more. 15 tracks 58:04

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This is a great historical document of a genius at work live with a great combo, but the sound quality on this CD is disappointing. The liner notes cite the use of "no-noise" processing which can level out a lot of the dynamics in a recording. To add insult to injury there's still an awful lot of tape hiss. I'd like to get my hands on an original LP to compare.
Not an original, but I have UK release from the 50s, and it sounds pretty awful. More of listen into history for me. The drums sound like they're in another room and the audience is quite audible.