|Title:||Just One Of Those...Nights At The Village Vanguard|
|Style:||Bop, Post Bop|
|Other format:||AA MMF AUD WMA MP4 AAC FLAC|
|1||Something In Common||6:35|
|3||A Child Is Born||7:41|
|8||Just One Of Those Things||7:47|
|01612-65116-2||Eastern Rebellion||Just One Of Those...Nights At The Village Vanguard (CD, Album)||MusicMasters Jazz||01612-65116-2||US||1995|
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by Eastern Rebellion. Released: December 20, 1975.
Sunday at the Village Vanguard is a live album by jazz pianist and composer Bill Evans and his Trio consisting of Evans, bassist Scott LaFaro, and drummer Paul Motian. Released in 1961, the album is routinely ranked as one of the best live jazz recordings of all time. Sunday at the Village Vanguard was drawn from material recorded during five sets on June 25, 1961 at the Village Vanguard in New York City
One of THOSE Nights is the second single from The Cab’s debut studio album Whisper War. The track features Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy and Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco, then-labelmates of The Cab under DCD2 Records, formerly known as Decaydance Records. One of THOSE Nights" Track Info. Written By Patrick Stump & Alex DeLeon. Release Date April 25, 2008. Whisper War The Cab. 1. One of THOSE Nights.
Live at the Village Vanguard (Geri Allen album). Live at the Village Vanguard is a live album by pianist Geri Allen, bassist Charlie Haden and drummer Paul Motian. It was recorded in 1990 at the Village Vanguard and released on the Japanese DIW label.
Located on 7th Avenue just below West 11th Street in New York City's Greenwich Village, the Village Vanguard has been the seat of live jazz since the 1940s. Ninety-one live recordings have been made at the Vanguard between 1957 and 2001, chronicling the whole of the history of jazz. What was the first live recording made at this fabled club, one might ask? Sonny Rollins' A Night At The Village Vanguard. By 1957, Sonny Rollins had already been on the New York jazz scene for a number of years.
The original releases-Sunday at the Village Vanguard and Waltz for Debby-are celebrated masterpieces. This three-CD set is a brilliant reissue-almost a revision-of that material, with superb sound from the newly remastered original tapes and all of the music presented in the sequence of the original five sets, adding a previously unissued take of "Gloria's Step," spoken introductions, and the band's incidental conversation. For those who know this music, it's a chance to hear it in a fresh way; for new listeners, it will come as a revelation at a bargain price . It's the recording from which two jazz classics were taken, Sunday at the Village Vanguard and Waltz for Debby.