mdigital
» » The Pee Wee Russell Quartet With Marshall Brown - New Groove

The Pee Wee Russell Quartet With Marshall Brown - New Groove download mp3 album

The Pee Wee Russell Quartet With Marshall Brown - New Groove download mp3 album
Performer:
The Pee Wee Russell Quartet
Album:
New Groove
Released:
1963
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1758 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1866 mb
WMA vers. size:
1544 mb
Other formats
WAV TTA ASF VQF FLAC DXD XM
Rating:
4.3 ★
Votes:
362

The Pee Wee Russell Quartet With Marshall Brown. The Pee Wee Russell Quartet With Marshall Brown - New Groove ‎(LP, Album, Mono).

In 1962, clarinetist Pee Wee Russell, who was closely associated with Dixieland and Eddie Condon even though he had a highly original style, began teaming up with valve trombonist/bass trumpeter Marshall Brown in more modern settings. Utilizing a pianoless quartet, Russell performed music that was a little reminiscent of Gerry Mulligan and often incorporated surprisingly modern songs. The musical partnership lasted for two albums, of which New Groove (originally recorded for Columbia) was the first.

Pee Wee Russell Quartet with Marshall Brown – I d Climb The Highest Mountain. Pee Wee Russell Quartet with Marshall Brown – Turnaround. Pee Wee Russell Quartet with Marshall Brown – Ask Me Now. 5:01. Pee Wee Russell Quartet with Marshall Brown – Baby You Can Count On Me. 3:27. Pee Wee Russell Quartet – I d Climb The Highest Mountain. Pee Wee Russell Quartet with Marshall Brown – Some Other Blues. Pee Wee Russell Quartet with Marshall Brown - Ask Me Now (1963) – Licorice Stick. Pee Wee Russell Quartet with Marshall Brown - Ask Me Now (1963) – Angel Eyes.

Pee Wee Russell, New York, 1946. Background information. Russell formed a quartet with valve trombone player Marshall Brown, and included John Coltrane and Ornette Coleman tunes in his repertoire. Though often labeled a Dixieland musician by virtue of the company he kept, he tended to reject any label. Russell's unique and sometimes derided approach was praised as ahead of its time, and cited by some as an early example of free jazz. He’s always been way out, but they didn't have a name for it then. By this time, encouraged by Mary, his wife, Russell had taken up painting abstract art as a hobby. Mary's death in the spring of 1967 had a severe effect on him.

Pee Wee Russell Quartet with Marshall Brown - Ask Me Now! (1963) – Some Other Blues, 03:16. Pee Wee Russell Quartet with Marshall Brown - Ask Me Now! (1963) Ask Me Now! 02:30. Pee Wee Russell Quartet with Marshall Brown - Ask Me Now! (1963) Baby You Can Count On Me. 05:01. Pee Wee Russell Quartet with Marshall Brown - Ask Me Now! (1963) How About Me. 04:16. Pee Wee Russell Quartet with Marshall Brown - Ask Me Now! (1963) Angel Eyes. Pee Wee Russell Quartet with Marshall Brown - Ask Me Now! (1963) Licorice Stick.

Artist: Pee Wee Russell Quartet Album: Ask Me Now! Genre: Dixieland, New Orleans Jazz, Swing Released: 1965/2002 Quality: APE (image+. cue) Tracklist: Turnaround (4:14). Pee Wee Russell - clarinet. Marshall Brown - bass trumpet, valve trombone. Russell George - bass. Ronnie Bedford - drums.

Marshall Brown was also a high school band director leading the Farmingdale New York 'Daler' Band from the early 1950s through 1957. Brown was the first high school band director to initiate a jazz education program, which he did in his tenure at Farmingdale High. Brown received some attention for performing in a quartet with Pee Wee Russell in the early 1960s. While Russell was most often associated with Dixieland or swing music, their quartet performed more adventurous, free jazz-oriented pieces, including pieces by Ornette Coleman and John Coltrane. During the 60s Marshall was the resident trombonist in Jimmy Ryan's - noted as a dixieland venue. He also club dated with Luke O'Malley's Irish band during this time. Brown also performed or recorded with Ruby Braff and Beaver Harris and Lee Konitz

Bitrate (quality): 192. mp3. 1. Turnaround. Discography: Marshall Brown. Best albums from the past.

Tracklist

My Mothers Eyes 4:40
Chelsea Bridge 2:47
Red Planet 4:49
Pee Wee's Blues 4:34
Moten Swing 4:35
'Round Midnight 3:23
Good Bait 4:10
Old Folks 2:40
Taps Miller 5:28

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CL 1985 The Pee Wee Russell Quartet* With Marshall Brown The Pee Wee Russell Quartet* With Marshall Brown - New Groove ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Columbia CL 1985 US 1963
SBPG 62242 Pee Wee Russell Quartet New Groove ‎(LP, Album) Columbia SBPG 62242 UK 1963
CS 8785 The Pee Wee Russell Quartet* With Marshall Brown The Pee Wee Russell Quartet* With Marshall Brown - New Groove ‎(LP, Album) Columbia CS 8785 Canada 1963
CS 8785 The Pee Wee Russell Quartet* With Marshall Brown The Pee Wee Russell Quartet* With Marshall Brown - New Groove ‎(LP, Album) Columbia CS 8785 US 1963
BPG 62242 The Pee Wee Russell Quartet* With Marshall Brown The Pee Wee Russell Quartet* With Marshall Brown - New Groove ‎(LP, Album, Mono) CBS BPG 62242 UK 1963
COL-CD-6893 The Pee Wee Russell Quartet* With Marshall Brown The Pee Wee Russell Quartet* With Marshall Brown - New Groove ‎(CD, Album, RE) Collectables COL-CD-6893 US 2001
PPAN CS8785 The Pee Wee Russell Quartet* New Groove ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RM) Pure Pleasure Records, Columbia PPAN CS8785 UK 2010


  • Light out of Fildon
Generally tight, laid-back, "late night" jazz, mainly driven by clarinet.