Gerald WILSON, des 40' aux 70'



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Gerald WILSON, des 40' aux 70' 

Message par Patlotch le Sam 5 Oct 2013

Arrangeur pour les orchestres de Jimmy Lunceford, Benny Goodman, Benny Carter, Dizzy Gillespie,
les vocalistes Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Carmel Jones, Dinah Washington, Percy Mayfield, Johnny Hartman, Ray Charles (sings for Lovers), Nancy Wilson, Julie London, Jimmy Scott,
les solistes Duke Ellington (piano in the Background), Ben Webster, Kenny Burrel, Joe Pass, Richard "Groove" Holmes, Wes Montgomery, Jean-Luc Ponty (Electric Connection, plays Zappa), Jazz at the Philharmonic...

... le trompettiste et tromboniste Gerald Wilson fut un remarquable passeur de l'arrangement swing à l'arrangement moderne, très apprécié des musiciens dans les années 50 et 60.

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1946 One O'Clock Jump (Basie) >

Remembering Jimmie Lunceford : An Interview With Jazz Great Gerald Wilson Part 1 >
He wrote the swing jazz standards "Hi Spook" & "Yard Dog Mazurka" for the Lunceford Orchestra. He was also featured with the Lunceford Orchestra in the popular era movie, "Blues In The Night" in 1941.
Warm Mood (Melba Liston) > Johnny Hodges ?
1951 Ben Webster Stardust >
1954 Stan Getz with Gerald Wilson Big Band Out of Nowhere > Wardell Gray and Zoot Sims

1955 Algerian Fantasy (Part 1) >
Mambo Mexicana >
When I'm Feeling Kinda Blue >

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Gerald Wilson (2) Années 60


1960 Perdido dans l'album Ellington Piano in the Background

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2011 Students Perdido >

1960 TV Live Blues for Yna Yna >
Joe PassMilestones >
TV Milestones >
1961 Groove Holmes Jeri >

1962 Gerald Wilson Big Band
soloists: Joe Pass (guitar), Carmell Jones (trumpet), Teddy Edwards/Harold Land (tenor sax), Jack Wilson (piano)
California Soul >
1962 Viva Tirado >


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The Good Life >
What Kind of Fool Am I >

Jimmy Scott (Wilson et Marty Paich)


2007 Kenny Burrell Live film Kenny Burrell and the Jazz Heritage All-Stars perform Gerald Wilson's "Viva Tirado" at Catalina Jazz Club, July 12, 2007.
Vivo Tirado >
Theme From Monterey >

This Is My Prayer >
1964 So What >

Jazz Portraits
Eric (Dolphy) >
Alto Saxophone - Jimmy Woods Bass - Dave Dyson, Leroy Vinnegar Bongos - Modesto Duran Drums - Chuck Carter Flute - Bud Shank Guitar - Joe Pass Piano - Jack Wilson Reeds - Harold Land, Jack Nimitz, Jimmy Woods, Joe Maini, Teddy Edwards Tenor Saxophone - Harold Land, Teddy Edwards Trombone - Bob Edmondson, Don Switzer, John Ewing, Lester Robertson, Lew McCreary Trumpet - Al Porcino, Carmell Jones, Freddie Hill, Jules Chaikin, Nathaniel Meeks, Ray Triscari
M. Capetillo >

Feelin' Kinda Blues Pacific Watermelon Man >
Round Midnight > Joe Pass Guitare acoustique

1965 Julie London - Girl Talk >


Unforgettable >
Fools Rush In >
1966 The golden Sword Mi Corazon >
Blues Latinese >

1967 Viva Tirado > Charles Tolliver tp,
Plays Standards and Blues Blues For a Scorpio >


1968 California Soul Down Here on The Ground > ts Harold Land
1969 Jean-luc Ponty Electric Connection

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Jazzitude for ever !!!
Jazzitude for ever !!!

Nombre de messages: 1141
Age: 62
Localisation: Fontenay sous Bois
Date d'inscription: 07/06/2013

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    Gerald Wilson (3) 70'- 2013...

    Message par Patlotch le Sam 5 Oct 2013 - 13:19

    Ce qui ne gâche rien, Gerald Wilson, avec Jo Jones un des plus beaux sourires du jazz

    1977 The Carmen McRae All-Star LA Big Band
    Can't Hide Love >


    Snooky Young Jessica - Don't Get Around Much Anymore >
    Gerald Wilson and the making of Monterey Moods


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    2013 John Clayton on Gerald Wilson and his legacy & influence >

    I wanted to be able to write for the symphony orchestra. I wanted to write for the movies. I wanted to write for television. I wanted to be able to do it with great speed, great accuracy, and that’s what I did.

    Jazz, to me, has to be loose. You can’t be tight. When you get too tight in jazz, it isn’t making it. Same thing with Duke Ellington. He let his band be relaxed, be loose, take it easy. Nobody gets excited here. You’re late. Okay, so you’re late. Let’s play.