Charlie Parker
Vol.1 = coloured vinyl LP =

  1 x LP   Standard   33⅓rpm   

1952 -2017 EU reissue on standard LP=Album "Vol. 1" by an American jazz saxophonist, originally released in 1952.
Reissue on color vinyl (Red White Splatter Vinyl) as part of the "Vogue Jazz Club" series.

Label:  Savoy Records 
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Released date: 17-09-2017 (originally released in 1952)

2017 EU reissue on coloured vinyl LP = Legendary jazz saxophonist and composer Charlie Parker (1920-1955) is considered one of the most influential musicians in the history of jazz, one of the founders of the beepop style. He began his career as a saxophonist in local bands, performing in jazz clubs in and around Kansas City. In 1939, the musician moved to New York, where he worked for a long time in a duet with trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie.

Tracks:
A1 My Old Flame 3:10
A2 Air Conditioning (Drifting On A Reed) 2:53
A3 Bongo Beep (Bird Feathers) 2:59
A4 Dewey Square (Prezology) 3:31
B1 Out Of Nowhere 4:03
B2 Hot Blues (Cool Blues) 2:22
B3 Schnourphology (Bird Feathers) 2:51
B4 Bongo Beep (Diggin' Diz) 2:54

At that time, Parker met other young talents: pianist Thelonious Monk, guitarist Charlie Christian and drummer Kenny Clark, with whom he played in Harlem clubs in a new style of beep. The saxophonist experienced great difficulties with drugs, which became the reason for his sudden death in 1955.

A1, B1, B3 Charlie Parker Quintet, recorded WOR Studios New York City, November 4, 1947.
A4 Charlie Parker Quintet, recorded WOR Studios New York City, October 28, 1947.
A2, A3 Charlie Parker Sextet, recorded WOR Studios New York City, December 17, 1947.
B2 Charlie Parker Quartet, recorded C.P. MacGregor Studios, Los Angeles, California, February 19, 1947.
B4 Dizzy Gillespie Jazzmen, recorded Electro Broadcasting Studios, Glendale, California, February 5, 1946.

 

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): Standard
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Savoy Records
Originally released: 1952
This release: 2017
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