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Fri Mar 21 17:03:42 2014 UTClccn-no880037630.19Back on the block0.301.00Zawinul : jazz giant and world citizen119338362Joe_Zawinulno 880037632369483J. ZawinulJoe ZawinfulJosef ZawinulZavinuls, Džo, 1932-Zawinul, J.Zawinul, J. (Josef), 1932-Zawinul, Joe.Zawinul, Joe, 1932-Zawinul, Joe, 1932-2007Zawinul, Josef, 1932-Zawinul, Josef, 1932-2007Zawinul, Josef E. 1932-2007Zawinul, Josef Erich, 1932-....Zawinul, Josef Erich 1932-2007Zawinul, Josef Erich 1932-2007 Vollstaendiger NameZawinul, Josephザヴィヌル, ジョセフlccn-n81014577Shorter, Waynenrtprfitrprocmplccn-n50035608Davis, Milescndprfitrcmplccn-n81080890Corea, Chickprfitrlccn-n84163014Holland, Dave1946-prfitrlccn-n81028106DeJohnette, Jackprfitrlccn-n83046966McLaughlin, John1942-prfitrlccn-no88003288Brooks, Harvey1944-prfitrlccn-n83183584Adderley, Nat1931-2000sngprfitrcmplccn-n84163049Adderley, Cannonballsngwamprfitrcmplccn-n80122177White, LennyprfitrZawinul, Joe1932-2007JazzBiographyTrumpet music (Jazz)InterviewsJazzTrumpet music (Jazz)United StatesJazz-rock (Music)Jazz musiciansJazz vocalsRap (Music)Saxophone with jazz ensembleDavis, MilesAfrican American musiciansPopular musicTrumpet with jazz ensembleRock musicBop (Music)Zawinul, Joe,Alternate takes (Sound recordings)Monologues with music (Jazz ensemble)Saxophone music (Jazz)AustriaPiano music (Jazz)ComposersPianistsElectronic musicAvant-garde (Music)Big band musicSynthesizer (Musical instrument)VangelisTomita, Isao,Reznor, TrentNuman, Gary,PrinceMoog, Bob--(Robert)Synthesizer playersJarre, Jean-MichelEno, Brian,Wakeman, RickTrumpet playersKeyboard playersWeather Report (Musical group)Jazz musicians--BiographyOctetsLive sound recordingsKeyboard instrument music (Jazz)Cool jazzInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Belafonte, Harry,Radio programsMusic--Instruction and studyPastorius, JacoBalo19322007195619601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201396126871242781.65M1366.D38ocn018400671ocn050490397ocn311874939ocn156938296ocn078815593ocn040411252ocn048411700ocn013078637ocn003156943ocn505542351ocn041666771ocn018406405ocn259197341ocn037488403ocn660187806ocn014352932ocn050263317ocn689539824ocn032952142ocn009492810ocn050490397ocn039845790ocn004878325ocn023222887ocn029445919ocn043851778ocn648412650ocn036546227ocn080048230ocn704440165ocn003388718ocn042548588ocn780905646ocn055734961ocn658971715ocn658408109ocn765508159ocn766235634ocn661929721ocn659067637ocn658724574ocn661193883ocn658346162ocn658796197ocn780905646ocn781185049ocn743025946ocn658696947ocn766740281ocn766740220ocn865090020ocn658593260ocn658871662ocn725075175ocn723052039ocn659153139ocn725273487ocn673635245145935ocn041666771rcrd19700.25Davis, MilesBitches brewJazzZum 40. Jubiläum des Meilensteins 'Bitches Brew' (1970) von Miles Davis erscheint die Platte in einer Sonderedition, in der das ursprüngliche Tracklisting um bisher unveröffentlichte Titel ergänzt wird. Ausserdem liegt eine DVD mit einem Livemitschnitt eines Auftrittes vom November 1969 in Kopenhagen, bei dem Teile des im April 1970 folgenden Albums gespielt wurden. Dieses Konzert ist ebenfalls unveröffentlicht. Die Besetzung ist jeweils beeindruckend: An der Studioaufnahme nahmen neben Miles Davis (Trompete) Wayne Shorter (Saxofone), Joe Zawinul und Chick Corea (beide Piano), Lenny White und Jack DeJohnette (beide Schlagzeug), John McLaughlin (Gitarre), Dave Holland (Bass) u.a. teil. Auf der Bühne spielte das Quintett Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Chick Core, Dave Holland und Jack DeJohnette. Mit 'Bitches Brew' stiess der innovative Davis einmal mehr eine neue Tür auf, die Platte gilt - noch mehr als der Vorgänger 'In a silent way' - als Wegbereiter des Fusion-Jazz. ä'Bitches Brew' is so forward thinking, it retains its freshness and mystery in the 21st centuryä (www.allmusic.com)81935ocn018400671rcrd19690.28Davis, MilesIn a silent wayTrumpet music (Jazz)Jazz3843ocn051513289visu20020.24Davis, MilesThe Miles Davis storyBiographyInterviewsA portrait of jazz trumpeter Miles Davis, through the eyes of family, friends, and musical associates3661ocn020729751rcrd19890.19Jones, QuincyBack on the blockQuincy Jones made his debut on his own label with his most extravagant, most star-studded, most brilliantly sequenced pop album to date. This album continues to impress and influence people to this date28317ocn078815593rcrd20060.24Zawinul, JoeBrown Street23912ocn013078637rcrd19740.29Weather Report (Musical group)Mysterious traveller2397ocn311874939rcrd20090.19Zawinul, Joe75Jazz" ... it's a good example of how Zawinul could still create intimate moments in front of live audiences."--Downbeat2296ocn048411700rcrd20010.28Davis, MilesThe complete In a silent way sessionsThis CD can be used for music awareness2203ocn259197341visu20080.31Adderley, CannonballCannonball Adderley live in '63Summary: Performances featuring the sextet filmed for Swiss and West German television18810ocn037488403rcrd19690.35Davis, MilesLive-evilSivad. - Little church. - Medley: Gemini. Double image. - What I say. - Nem um talvez. - Selim. - Funky tonk. - Inamorata and narration by Conrad Roberts1875ocn040411252rcrd19980.32Davis, MilesThe complete Bitches brew sessions1864ocn023607148rcrd19910.27Adderley, CannonballThe best of Cannonball Adderley the Capitol years17312ocn014352932rcrd19800.33Weather Report (Musical group)Night passage13717ocn004878325rcrd19710.47Zawinul, JoeZawinul12913ocn593806856file19630.70Webster, BenSoulmates12016ocn051261958rcrd20020.22Zawinul, JoeFaces & places1016ocn044796544rcrd19740.32Davis, MilesBig funJazz874ocn593806838file19610.81Adderley, NatNaturally! Nat Adderley quartets833ocn593828823file19880.81Jones, SamRight down front822ocn505542351rcrd20090.19Absolute (Musical group)Absolute Zawinul1133ocn045900631book20010.73Glasser, BrianIn a silent way : a portrait of Joe ZawinulBiography+-+4178925136461ocn587240020book20110.28Rideout, ErnieSynth godsHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsKeyboard Presents Synth Gods spotlights leading visionaries who, through this new medium, changed the course of music history and inspired generations. From the pages of Keyboard magazine come indepth articles with leading synthesists, including Bob Moog, Dave Smith, Jan Hammer, Wendy Carlos, Brian Eno, Trent Reznor, Rick Wakeman, Gary Numan, and many others. Get the details on what made the synthesizers they played sound unique, what timeless music was created on these instruments, and how you can recreate some of these sounds using your own gear. --Book Jacket+-+2444584235121ocn050487083book20020.84Baumann, GuntherZawinul : ein Leben aus JazzBiographyInterviews41ocn045328411book20010.27Glasser, BrianIn a silent way : a biography of Joe ZawinulBiography+-+519792513632431ocn607221447visu20060.27Zawinul, JoeJoe Zawinul, a musical portrait a documentary and performance filmBiography21ocn058748498art20021.00Zawinul, JoeZawinul : jazz giant and world citizenInterviews22ocn674975886book20030.47Zavinuru : Uezā ripōto o tsukutta otoko11ocn268790996visu20081.00Bona, RichardInterview with Richard BonaInterviewsRichard Bona speaks with Mark Ruffin about growing up in Cameroon, Africa, in a small eastern town called Minta; learning to play the balaphon at the age of three; playing in his grandfather's band at the local church by the time he was five; playing solo gigs by the time he was eight; moving to the capital of Cameroon, Yaounde, with his family when he was eleven; learning to play guitar by translating his knowledge of and skill on the balaphon; being approached to play in a jazz club, but not knowing jazz music; hearing the music of Jaco Pastorius, and its influence on him; learning Pastorius' style in three months, and playing jazz on bass guitar; discovering the music of Ben Webster and Josef Zawinul; moving to France, at age nineteen, after the death of his father; meeting Fela Kuti, and his impressions of the musician; playing jazz music in Paris; the types of musicians he seeks out to play with, those who are equally comfortable playing jazz and non-jazz styles; being hired by Josef Zawinul and moving to N.Y. in 1994 to tour with the Zawinul Syndicate; recognizing the connection between himself, Josef Zawinul and Jaco Pastorius; his inspiration from his grandfather; various anecdotes of Josef Zawinul while on tour; being introduced to Harry Belafonte, and becoming his musical director; lessons learned through Belafonte; meeting Mike Stern in 1991 and finding a kindred spirit in him; getting a record deal with Columbia Records through Jeff Levinson and Branford Marsalis, and the positive experience he had working with them; eventually moving to a French record label, Universal, and deciding never to sign in America again after discovering that his artistic integrity was being jepordized by music executives in the U.S.; the music industry in the U.S., and his opinions of its management; his desire to present a wide variety of musical styles as reflected in his influences and life experiences; returning to vocals, and his feeling that singers are story tellers; his recent release, Bona makes you sweat, and the inclusion of salsa rhythms; performing with Lionel Loueke at Jazz at Lincoln Center, and his impressions of Loueke, including a possible future tour11ocn310626431score1.00Zawinul, JoeLead sheets : unpublished copyright depositsManuscripts+-+4178925136Fri Mar 21 15:22:57 EDT 2014batch36289