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Various - The Young Lions (A Concert Of New Music Played By Seventeen Exceptional Young Musicians) mp3 track

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Performer: Various
Title: The Young Lions (A Concert Of New Music Played By Seventeen Exceptional Young Musicians)
Country: US
Released: 1983
Style: Contemporary Jazz
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.6 ✦
Other format: MOD APE ASF TTA MPC VOC MP1

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 B 'N' W
Bass – Avery SharpeTrumpet – Wynton MarsalisVocals – Bobby McFerrin
A2 Mariel
Alto Saxophone – John Purcell, Paquito D'RiveraBaritone Saxophone – Hamiet BluiettDrums – Ronnie BurrageElectric Bass – Avery SharpeGuitar – Kevin EubanksPercussion – Daniel PoncePiano – Anthony Davis Tenor Saxophone – Chico FreemanTrombone – Craig Harris Vibraphone – Jay Hoggard
A3 Thank You
Alto Saxophone – Paquito D'RiveraBaritone Saxophone – Hamiet BluiettBass – Avery Sharpe, Fred HopkinsCello – Abdul WadudClarinet – John PurcellDrums – Ronnie BurrageFlute – James Newton Guitar – Kevin EubanksPercussion – Daniel PoncePiano – Anthony Davis Tenor Saxophone – Chico FreemanTrombone – Craig Harris Vibraphone – Jay HoggardViolin – John Blake
B1 Maiden Dance
Bass – Avery SharpeDrums – Ronnie BurrageMarimba – Jay HoggardPercussion – Daniel PoncePiano – Anthony Davis Violin – John Blake
B2 What Ever Happened To The Dream Deferred
Acoustic Guitar – Kevin EubanksAlto Saxophone – Paquito D'RiveraBaritone Saxophone – Hamiet BluiettBass – Avery Sharpe, Fred HopkinsCello – Abdul WadudDrums – Ronnie BurrageFlute – James Newton Oboe, English Horn – John PurcellPercussion – Daniel PoncePiano – Anthony Davis Tenor Saxophone – Chico FreemanTrombone – Craig Harris Trumpet – Wynton MarsalisViolin – John BlakeVocals – Bobby McFerrin
C1 Breakin'
Bass – Avery SharpeDrums – Ronnie BurrageGuitar – Kevin EubanksTenor Saxophone – Chico FreemanTrumpet – Wynton Marsalis
C2 Nigerian Sunset
Alto Saxophone – Paquito D'RiveraBaritone Saxophone – Hamiet BluiettBass – Avery Sharpe, Fred HopkinsBass Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Chico FreemanCello – Abdul WadudDrums – Ronnie BurrageFlute – James Newton Guitar – Kevin EubanksOboe, English Horn, Flute – John PurcellPercussion – Daniel PoncePiano – Anthony Davis Trombone – Craig Harris Trumpet – Wynton MarsalisVibraphone – Jay HoggardViolin – John BlakeVocals – Bobby McFerrin
D1 FMW
Bass – Fred HopkinsDrums – Ronnie BurrageFlute – James Newton Guitar – Kevin EubanksPiano – Anthony Davis
D2 Pleasant Memories
Vibraphone, Balafon – Jay Hoggard
D3 Endless Flight
Bass – Avery SharpeDrums – Ronnie BurrageFlute – James Newton Guitar – Kevin EubanksTrumpet – Wynton MarsalisViolin – John Blake

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elektra/Asylum Records
  • Copyright (c) – Elektra/Asylum Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – WEA International Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Record Service GmbH
  • Recorded At – Carnegie Hall

Credits

  • Art Direction – Norm Ung
  • Co-producer [Associate Producer] – Victor O'Gilvie*
  • Engineer – Dave Baker*
  • Liner Notes – Leonard Feather, Michael Gibbs, Nesuhi Ertegun
  • Mastered By – Bill Kipper
  • Photography By [Back Cover] – Gordon Parks
  • Photography By [Inner Spread] – Henry Grossman
  • Producer – Michael Gibbs

Notes

Recorded At Carnegie Hall, June 30th 1982

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7559-60196-1 3
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 8355
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): R/S Alsdorf 960196-1 A STRAWBERRY
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): R/S Alsdorf 960196-1 B2 GB STRAWBERRY
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 3): R/S Alsdorf 960196-1 C STRAWBERRY
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 4): R/S Alsdorf 960196-1 D2 STRAWBERRY
  • Price Code: W
  • Price Code: WE 312
  • Price Code: E 0196

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
60196-1 Various Young Lions, The - A Concert Of New Music Played By Seventeen Exceptional Young Musicians - The Kool Jazz Festival June 30, 1982 ‎(2xLP) Elektra Musician 60196-1 US 1983
60196-1 Various Young Lions, The - A Concert Of New Music Played By Seventeen Exceptional Young Musicians - The Kool Jazz Festival June 30, 1982 ‎(2xLP, Promo) Elektra Musician 60196-1 US 1983
P-5623 Various Young Lions, The - A Concert Of New Music Played By Seventeen Exceptional Young Musicians - The Kool Jazz Festival June 30, 1982 ‎(2xLP) Elektra Musician P-5623 Japan 1983
96-0196-1 Various Young Lions, The - A Concert Of New Music Played By Seventeen Exceptional Young Musicians - The Kool Jazz Festival June 30, 1982 ‎(2xLP) Elektra Musician 96-0196-1 Germany 1983
60196-1-R The Young Lions The Young Lions ‎(2xLP, Gat) Elektra Musician 60196-1-R US 1983

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The Young Lions is an album by an ad hoc group of jazz musicians: Wayne Shorter, Frank Strozier, Lee Morgan, Bobby Timmons, Bob Cranshaw, Albert Heath and Louis Hayes. It was recorded in 1960 and released in 1961 on Vee-Jay Records. Seeds of Sin" (Shorter) - 5:44. Scourn'" (Shorter) - 5:58. Fat Lady" (Shorter) - 5:03. Peaches and Cream" (Shorter) - 6:52. That's Right" (Morgan) - 11:37. Bonus tracks on CD reissue: "Seeds of Sin" - 5:43.

The Young Lions: A concert of new music played by seventeen exceptional young musicians. The Kool Jazz Festival, June 30 1982. Imagine being at a concert and hearing these superb musicians for the first time! .

The Young Lions (1948) is a novel by Irwin Shaw about three soldiers in World War II. Christian Diestl is at first a sympathetic Austrian drawn to Nazism by despair for his future but willing to sacrifice Jews if necessary; Noah Ackerman is an American Jew facing discrimination of the American kind; and Michael Whitacre is an American WASP who struggles with his lack of meaning arising from his lack of struggles.

Her new album changes everything. Meanwhile, Gyrdymova finished high school, moved to Moscow, and enrolled in the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography. Isaev has brought his groove to Monetochka’s music, highlighting all the irresistible clarity of her melodies, and finding the perfect sound for her voice. It was clear when Gyrdymova first teamed up with him on Poslednyaya Diskoteka (The Last Disco) that it was time to start watching her closely. Monetochka isn’t alone: there are many young women behind a new wave of interesting music in Russia. This new women-led pop music in Russian didn’t start with Monetochka.

The Young Lions (Supergroup featuring jazz musicians Wayne Shorter, Frank Strozier, Lee Morgan, Bobby Timmons, Bob Cranshaw, Albert Heath and Louis Hayes. The Young Lions at Curling Club, Ottawa, ON, Canada. Artist: The Young Lions, Venue: Curling Club, Ottawa, ON, Canada. Gigs seen live by. Nobody has seen The Young Lions live yet!