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1958-1965 Morris Nanton - Collection (4 альбома) {MP3, V0-320 kbps}

 1958-1965 Morris Nanton - Collection (4 альбома) {MP3, V0-320 kbps}

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Продолжительность: 02:33:26
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Morris Nanton
Morris Nanton (September 28, 1929 in Perth Amboy, New Jersey - November 15, 2009 in Perth Amboy, New Jersey).
Mr. Nanton was born in Perth Amboy and lived there all his life. He served his country with honor in the U.S. Armed Forces with the 5th Army Division Band during the Korean War. He graduated from Perth Amboy High School and Juilliard Conservatory of Music in New York after attending on full scholarship. Known throughout the metropolitan area, The Morris Nanton Trio performed for over 50 years; 53 of those years together with bassist extraordinaire, Norman Edge. They completed an unprecedented 22-year stand at the Cove in Roselle, where such jazz greats as Rashan Roland Kirk, Don Elliott, Sal Nestico, Babs Gonzalez, and Joe Morello shared the spotlight with the group. They have performed at numerous jazz festivals and universities, sharing the stage with the Count Basie Orchestra and Tito Puente. They have accompanied vocalists Jack Jones, Mel Torme, Nel Carter, and Barbara Streisand, to name a few. Their recordings include "Flower Drum Song," "Roberta," and "The First Jazz Piano Trio" on the Warner Bros. label; "Ray Ellis Orchestra and Chorus," "Big Big Voice of Lovelace Watkins" on the MGM label, and "Something We've Got," "Preface," and "Soul Fingers" on the Prestige label. Their most recent recording on CD is "A Christmas Present." They have performed privately for Walter Cronkite, Eileen Ford, Architect Robert Moses, The New York Giants, and the Los Angeles engagement party and New York wedding of Marvin Hamlisch. Their recording of "Ja Da" was the first music to be heard on outer space, as the recording came over Apollo's radio during the first orbit around the Earth. Morris Nanton was inducted into the Perth Amboy High School Hall of Fame in March 2001, "as one of the School's most illustrious graduates and acknowledges his exemplary history of service, leadership and many meritorious accomplishments." The New York Times covered the Trio's performance at Shanghai Jazz in May 2008, showering their performance with accolades in an article entitled, "Jazz Survivors." The Morris Nanton Trio has been performing at Shanghai Jazz in Madison up to and as recently as September 2009, and as a soloist at the Quay in Sea Bright on Sundays. Morris' last performance was Sunday, Sept. 27, 2009, the day before his 80th birthday.
1958 - The Original Jazz Performance of Flower Drum Song
Morris Nanton Trio - The Original Jazz Performance of Flower Drum Song
Год издания диска: 2013
Продолжительность: 36:11
01. You Are Beautiful (Rodgers-Hammerstein) - 4:30
02. Sunday (Rodgers-Hammerstein) - 3:57
03. A Hundred Million Miracles (Rodgers-Hammerstein) - 3:58
04. Chop Suey (Rodgers-Hammerstein) - 3:04
05. I Am Going to Like It Here (Rodgers-Hammerstein) - 2:57
06. Love Look Away (Rodgers-Hammerstein) - 5:28
07. I Enjoy Being a Girl (Rodgers-Hammerstein) - 3:06
08. Grant Avenue (Rodgers-Hammerstein) - 4:02
09. Like a God (Rodgers-Hammerstein) - 5:09
Morris Nanton - piano
Norman Edge - bass
Osie Johnson - drums
Recorded in 1958.
1958 - The Original Jazz Performance of Roberta
Morris Nanton Trio - The Original Jazz Performance of Roberta
Год издания диска: 2013
Продолжительность: 30:51
01. You're Devastating (Kern-Harbach) - 2:34
02. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (Kern-Harbach) - 5:48
03. Let's Begin (Kern-Harbach) - 3:54
04. I Won't Dance (Kern-Harbach-Hammerstein II-Fields-McHugh) - 4:23
05. Lovely to Look At (Kern-Fields-McHugh) - 3:10
06. Yesterdays (Kern-Harbach) - 6:23
07. The Touch of Your Hand (Kern-Harbach) - 4:39
Morris Nanton - piano
Norman Edge - bass
Charlie Persip - drums
Recorded in New York City on December 12-19, 1958.
1964 - Preface [LP]
The Morris Nanton Trio - Preface
Год издания диска: 1964
Продолжительность: 42:20
01. Theme from "Lawrence of Arabia" (Jarr) - 3:26
02. Invitation (Kaper) - 5:20
03. Gone with the Wind (Wrubel) - 3:40
04. The Pretty Time (Nanton) - 2:43
05. Things Ain't What They Used to Be (Ellington) - 5:44
06. Ja Da (Carleton) - 2:30
07. I'll Know (Loesser) - 4:03
08. Theme from "Black Orpheus" (Bonfa) - 4:40
09. This Heart of Mine (Warren) - 3:19
10. Theme from "A Boy Ten Feet Tall" (Baxter) - 1:59
11. The Sweetest Sounds (Rodgers) - 4:56
Morris Nanton - piano
Norman Edge - bass
Oliver Jackson - drums
Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ on August 14 and September 3, 1964.
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1965 - Soul Fingers [LP][V0]
Morris Nanton - Soul Fingers
Год издания диска: 1967
Продолжительность: 44:07
01. Troubles of the World (Douglas) - 2:19
02. The Shadow of Your Smile (Mandel-Webster) - 4:18
03. Georgia (Carmichael) - 6:00
04. Fly Me to the Moon (Howard) - 5:21
05. I'll Remember April (Raye-DePaul) - 4:32
06. Whistle Stop (Nanton) - 2:57
07. The Summer Wind (Mercer-Bradtke) - 4:06
08. L-O-V-E (Kaempfert-Gabler) - 2:39
09. The Lamp Is Low (Ravel) - 3:18
10. Soul Fingers (De Coteaux) - 8:37
Morris Nanton - piano
Norman Edge - bass
Al Beldini - drums
Johnny Murray, Jr. - conga
Puncho & The Latin Soul Brothers (#1)
Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ on May 13, 1965.
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