Mat Mathews And His All-Stars - Swingin' Pretty And All That Jazz download mp3 album
All That Jazz was the last studio album by the American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald. All That Jazz eschewed a tendency by Fitzgerald in past decades to record popular and commercial songs of the day, and instead concentrated on jazz standards from the Swing era, a period which some fifty years earlier had seen her begin her career in music. Fitzgerald's performance on this album won her the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Female, at the 33rd Grammy Awards
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Album · 1957 · 6 Songs. Central Avenue Breakdown. 5. Hamp's Boogie Woogie.
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He loved hearing ‘jazz in the moment’, and his concert series, collected on some of the world’s best live jazz albums, allowed so many to hear jazz for the first time outside of smokey clubs and in concert halls. The JATP concerts were regularly recorded and they are well represented here, none finer than the 1946 concerts featuring Charlie Parker and Lester Young, the old school and the new school. Then there’s Gene Krupa & Buddy Rich at JATP in 1952 sharing the mother of all drum battles. But it’s also jazz played in the setting of an intimate club that is wonderful . Seems like my favourite live jazz album didn’t make the cut. Recorded Live at the Monterey Jazz Festival by John Handy.
Breathe falters considerably with the more up-tempo material. Glasper is an engaging frontman, but he's no soul singer, and tracks like "Jonah" and "All That Jazz" drag because the band fails to conjure up enough energy to inject any life into the performances. Only the catchy "Don't Tell Me Lies" (also a Top Ten hit) makes any kind of impression. All That Jazz is only sporadically entertaining, but the album was wildly popular when it was released. Breathe failed to sustain the success of All That Jazz with the follow-up, 1990's Peace of Mind
|A1||One, Two, Button Your Shoe||4:33|
|A3||The Moon Got In My Eyes||3:32|
|A4||Oh What It Seemed To Be||2:43|
|B1||East Of The Sun||4:20|
|B2||The Music Goes 'Round And 'Round||4:38|
|B3||My Foolish Heart||3:17|
|B4||Talk Of The Town||2:45|
- Record Company – Pickwick Sales Corp.
- Design – Ernest Socolov
NotesWhite label version
Category "DLP 141" appears on the front cover.
Category "DCF-1036" appears on the spine, back cover, and record labels.
|DCF-1036, DLP 141||Mat Mathews And His All-Stars||Swingin' Pretty And All That Jazz (LP, Bla)||Design Compatible Fidelity, Design Records||DCF-1036, DLP 141||US||1960|
|DLP 141||Mat Mathews And His All-Stars||Swingin' Pretty And All That Jazz (LP, Mono)||Design Records||DLP 141||US||Unknown|
|PR 117||Mat Mathews And His All-Stars||Swingin' Pretty And All That Jazz (LP)||Pickwick International||PR 117||UK||Unknown|
|DCF-1036||Mat Mathews And His All-Stars||Swingin' Pretty And All That Jazz (LP, Bla)||Design Compatible Fidelity, Design Records||DCF-1036||US||1960|