Dizzy Gillespie – Live At Singer Concert Hall 1973 (2LP)
Dizzy Gillespie – Live At Singer Concert Hall 1973 (2LP)
Dizzy Gillespie – Live At Singer Concert Hall 1973 (2LP)
Dizzy Gillespie – Live At Singer Concert Hall 1973 (2LP)
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Dizzy Gillespie – Live At Singer Concert Hall 1973 (2LP)
Dizzy Gillespie – Live At Singer Concert Hall 1973 (2LP)
Dizzy Gillespie – Live At Singer Concert Hall 1973 (2LP)
Dizzy Gillespie – Live At Singer Concert Hall 1973 (2LP)

Dizzy Gillespie – Live At Singer Concert Hall 1973 (2LP)

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Dizzie Gillespie, Trumpet and Vocals [click here to see more vinyl featuring Dizzy Gillespie]

Mike Longo, Piano

Alexander Gafa, Guitar

Earl May, Bass

Mickey Roker, Drums

Jon Faddis, Trumpet (D1-2)

 

2LPs, gatefold jacket

Limited to 900 numbered copies

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Live

Record Press : in Germany

Label : The Lost Recordings

Original label : The Lost Recordings

Recorded at Singer Concert Hall, Laren Jazz Festival, The Netherlands on 25 August 1973

Mastered by André Perriat

First time released in 2017

 

Tracks:

Side A :

  1. Introduction By Dizzy Gillespie
  2. Sunshine

Side B :

  1. Announcement By Dizzy Gillespie
  2. Ole For The Gypsies

Side C :

  1. Announcement By Dizzy Gillespie
  2. The Truth
  3. Announcement By Dizzy Gillespie
  4. Brother K

Side D :

  1. Manteca
  2. The Blues
  3. Tune Birks Works

 

Reviews :

For Dizzy everything starts and ends with laughter. In the meantime, all paths are possible. That of melancholy, of dance or of political commitment... Dizzy is everywhere at once, always elusive, he is this explorer who, after having been one of the founders of Bebop in the 40's, will never stop experimenting, surprising and pushing back the borders. Proud of his Afro-American heritage, he knew like no other how to confront it with other cultural horizons such as Latin America or Cuba. On 25 August 1973 Dizzy Gillespie came to the Dutch public in Laren. True to form, he introduced his musicians in a mischievous and generous mood and then launched thunderously into a Caribbean tempo that lasted 19 minutes! Then, in a deep voice, Dizzy evokes his friend Martin Luther King. He dedicates "Brother K" to him, a tender ballad punctuated by flashes of storm and anger. As a conclusion Dizzy invokes his roots: "The Blues", where he abandons his trumpet to unleash the full force and warmth of his voice. The musicians withdraw to a surprisingly light theme. We leave as we arrive, on tiptoe. However, we leave with a certainty: "Yes Dizzy, you made it".

 

Ratings :

Discogs : 4.38 / 5

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