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Charlie Parker - Jam Session (1952) {Full Album}

"Jam Session" is an album compiled from a 1952 jam session which brought together three of history's greatest alto saxophonists; Parker, Johnny Hodges and Benny Carter, as well as Ben Webster and Flip Phillips on tenor sax.

Track listing

00:00 - 01. Jam Blues (Norman Shrdlu)
14:44 - 02. What Is This Thing Called Love (Cole Porter)
30:37 - 03. Ballad Medley
48:02 - 04. Funky Blues (Johnny Hodges)


Alto Saxophone – Benny Carter, Charlie Parker, Johnny Hodges
Bass – Ray Brown
Drums – J.C. Heard
Guitar – Barney Kessel
Piano – Oscar Peterson
Tenor Saxophone – Ben Webster, Flip Phillips
Trumpet – Charlie Shavers

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myriam B : my daily quarantine routine consists of an hour of Charlie Parker everyday
thezenbum : Jam Blues
00:00  Flip Phillips on tenor sax
02:24 Benny Carter on alto sax
04:00 OP at the piano
05:18 Bird
06:53 Barney's guitar solo
08:45 the Brute
10:35 Johnny Hodges
12:42 Shaver's trumpet solo
Karyemaitre Aliffe, MD : One great thing about 1952, often overlooked, is that audio technology had finally advanced enough so that players were no longer stuck in the 3-minute recording box. For us listeners, it meant that the REAL Jazz experience, the after-hours, high-energy nightclub vibe could finally be captured as it really was. Imagine trying to fit a blues jam with all of these great players into three or four minutes...!
Some scholars say that the 3-minute box was the reason that Dixieland was invented~ everyone had to play at the same time just for all to be heard in 3 minutes! (just kidding on that part ;-)
Roosevelt Blow : My word... Oscar Peterson was an absolute beast on the keys.
Peter Cullen : I'm eighty and have been enjoying Norman Granz sessions ever since they were released. Never bettered to this day. Thank You, Lord.




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