Acoustic Sounds Audiophile Vinyl Reissue Series 2021: May 14th Ray Charles – Genius + Soul = Jazz (Impulse!, 1961) Gil Evans Orchestra – Out Of The Cool (Impulse!, 1961) June 25th Oliver Nelson – The Blues and the Abstract Truth (Impulse!, 1961) Sonny Rollins – On Impulse! (Impulse!, 1965) July 30th Bill Evans – Trio 64 (Verve, 1964) (→27.08.2021) Bill Evans – Trio 65 (Verve, 1965) August 20th Charles Mingus – The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady (Impulse!, 1963) Charles Mingus – Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus (Impulse!, 1964) September 10th Ella Fitzgerald – Ella Wishes You A Swinging Christmas (Verve, 1960) September 24th Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong – Ella & Louis (Verve, 1956) Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong – Ella & Louis Again (Verve, 1957) October 22nd Bill Evans – At Town Hall, Volume 1 (Verve, 1966) John Coltrane – 'Live' At The Village Vanguard (Impulse!, 1962) (→14.01.2022) John Coltrane – Crescent (Impulse!, 1964) (→14.01.2022) November 19th Duke Ellington & Coleman Hawkins – Duke Ellington Meets Coleman Hawkins (Impulse!, 1963) Oscar Peterson – Night Train (Verve, 1963) Oscar Peterson – We Get Requests (Verve, 1964) December 10th Duke Ellington & John Coltrane – Duke Ellington & John Coltrane (Impulse!, 1963) (→11.03.2022) John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman – John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman (Impulse!, 1963) Roy Haynes – Out Of The Afternoon (Impulse!, 1962)
. oliver nelson - the blues and the abstract truth .
a1 stolen moments 8:45 a2 hoe-down 4:43 a3 cascades 5:30 b1 yearnin' 6:20 b2 butch and butch 4:35 b3 teenie's blues 6:31
· bill evans
· roy haynes
· eric dolphy
acoustic sound series: audiophile vinyl reissues from the world's greatest jazz labels · mastered from the original analog tapes by top mastering engineers · manufactured at quality record pressings (qrp) on 180 gram vinyl · gatefold sleeves printed at stoughton printing company
. albert ayler - live in greenwich village: the complete impulse recordings .
(1998 grp records 052 273-2 / impulse! imp 22732 / 011105227322) 2xcd
01 00:02:32 07:42:63 holy ghost [march 28, 1965] 02 07:45:20 12:39:62 truth is marching in [december 18, 1966] 03 20:25:07 04:45:38 our prayer [december 18, 1966] 04 25:10:45 16:22:25 spirits rejoice [december 18, 1966] 05 41:32:70 12:37:65 divine peacemaker [december 18, 1966] 06 54:10:60 09:53:22 angels [december 18, 1966] cd 64:02:07 01 00:02:32 13:40:08 for john coltrane [february 26, 1967] 02 13:42:40 06:25:57 change has come [february 26, 1967] 03 20:08:22 10:58:23 light in darkness [february 26, 1967] 04 31:06:45 08:53:40 heavenly home [february 26, 1967] 05 40:00:10 04:23:60 spiritual rebirth [february 26, 1967] 06 44:23:70 06:36:02 infinite spirit [february 26, 1967] 07 50:59:72 10:46:58 omega is the alpha [february 26, 1967] 08 61:46:55 08:22:52 universal thoughts [february 26, 1967] cd 70:07:32· albert ayler - alto and tenor saxophones · don ayler - trumpet
· george steele - trombone · joel freedman - cello · michel samson - violin
· bill fowell, henry grimes, alan silva & lewis worrel - basses · beaver harris, sunny murray - drums
. alice coltrane featuring pharoah sanders - journey to satchidananda .
(1970/1997 impulse! impd-228 / mca records / grp records / 0 11105-0228-2 8 / 011105022828) cd
01 00:02:00 06:40:25 journey to satchidananda 02 06:42:25 06:37:47 shiva-loka 03 13:19:72 02:54:23 stopover bombay 04 16:14:20 09:44:55 something about john coltrane 05 25:59:00 11:29:62 isis and osiris cd 37:26:62'made in the usa' 'ifpi 2a05' 'ifpi l892' 'uni c2 118570-03 impd-228'
. the house that trane built: the best of impulse records .
(2006 impulse! / verve / universal b000674402 / 602498783917) cd
01 00:02:00 08:48:15 oliver nelson - stolen moments 02 08:50:15 06:51:71 art blakey - alamode 03 15:42:11 05:52:60 charles mingus - theme for lester young (aka 'good bye pork pie hat') 04 21:34:71 07:45:36 john coltrane - a love supreme: part 1 - acknowledgement 05 29:20:32 08:56:50 archie shepp - los olvidados 06 38:17:07 04:48:32 albert ayler - our prayer 07 43:05:39 05:14:55 earl hines - black and tan fantasy 08 48:20:19 06:39:24 alice coltrane - journey in satchidananda 09 54:59:43 06:56:51 john handy - hard work cd 61:54:19
. sun ra - space is the place .
(1972/1998 impulse! imp 12492 / 051 249-2) cd
01 00:02:32 21:15:35 space is the place 02 21:17:67 06:15:70 images 03 27:33:62 04:52:65 discipline 04 32:26:52 07:41:45 sea of sounds 05 40:08:22 02:54:60 rocket number nine cd 43:01:07
. shabaka & the anchestors - we are sent here by history .
01 00:02:00 10:10:15 they who must die 02 10:12:15 06:29:27 you've been called 03 16:41:42 06:41:10 go my heart, go to heaven 04 23:22:52 06:01:32 behold, the deceiver 05 29:24:09 04:08:51 run, the darkness will pass 06 33:32:60 06:28:06 the coming of the strange ones 07 40:00:66 02:58:19 beast too spoke of suffering 08 42:59:10 05:24:29 we will work (on redefining manhood) 09 48:23:39 07:06:02 'til the freedom comes home 10 55:29:41 05:48:25 finall, the man cried 11 61:17:66 02:45:40 teach me how to be vulnerable cd 64:01:31
· shabak hutchings - tenor saxophone, clarinet
· mthunzi mvubu - alto saxophone
· siyabonga mthembu - voice
· gontse makhene - percussion
· ariel zamonsky - double bass
· tumi mogorosi - drums
· nduduzo makhathini - fender rhodes (a2,b2)
· thandi ntuli - piano (a2,d3)
· mandla mlangeni - trumpet (c2)
recorded by murray anderson at milestone studios, cape town, south africa and peter auret at sumosound recording studio, johannesburg, south africa. assisted by jethro harris & tshepo mothwa. mixed by dipil harris at the crush e14, london, uk. mastered by guy davie at electric mastering, london, uk. produced by shabaka hutchings & dilip harris. illustration: daniela yohannes. cd design: jacob lerman.
'lc 00383' 'biem/sdrm' 'made in the eu' 'ifpi L553' 'ifpi ' '00602508645600' '>0103225835-0101 13 A00' 'UNIVERSAL'
. impulse records: music, message and the moment .
(14.05.2021 impulse! records / umg recordings b0033423-01 / 602435671871) 4x12" box-set
Impulse Records: Music,Message And The Moment (4LP Boxset)
Celebrating 60 years of Impulse Records. A Deluxe 4-LP Box Set with tracks by John Coltrane, Quincy Jones, Charles Mingus, Oliver Nelson, Pharoah Sanders, Archie Shepp and other legendary Impulse Artists. This release includes liner notes by Greg Tate and A.B. Spellman. The LP box is housed in a high-quality archival portfolio cast with a museum drop front, includes a magazine style booklet featuring original impulse! ads and artist photos, as well as an impulse! vinyl slip mat.
Orange and black. Fire and ebony. Fury and pride. Wearing its signature colors proudly and raising its exclamation point high, Impulse! Records was the go-to label for music that harnessed the searching and political stand-taking of the Sixties. Launched in 1961, Impulse grew to become an inherent part of the era's velocity as well as its volume, pulling jazz into the age of Black Power, Afrocentricity, and Spiritual Expansion. In its balance of tradition and transition, it bridged the golden age of jazz, that brief window from the late Fifties to the Seventies when players representing every jazz era were alive and active—from Louis Armstrong to Albert Ayler, from the legends of lore to a new generation of energy players. Impulse treated all its musicians as innovators, revolutionaries even—from swing and bebop, to free and Afrofuturist.
The performances onImpulse Records: Music, Message and the Momentdraw their staying power from a wide embrace of styles and sounds, as well as a tight focus on a historic moment when the promise of change was in the air and the message of racial harmony was in the music. Today that music has lost none of its relevance: the promise still deferred, the message still on time.
"...A collection celebrating Impulse's deep-digging support of artists who scored We The People's SingFight-ing for social political and artists' self-determination in a critical time of beatdowns, breakthroughs and cosmically-centered aspirations."
- Musician/Essayist Greg Tate
"In many ways, this collection is a mural in sound of the activist's stimulation of the Sixties and Seventies…we need this scope of sound again: We need the horns to scream of stout resistance, and we need the bands to sing to us of the righteous beauty of our souls."
- Journalist/Author A.B. Spellman
Tracklist: LP 1: Side 1 a1 The John Coltrane Quartet - Africa LP 1: Side 2 b1 Max Roach - Garvey's Ghost b2 Quincy Jones and his Orchestra - Hard Sock Dance b3 John Coltrane - Up 'Gainst the Wall b4 Elvin Jones / Jimmy Garrison Sextet - Just Us Blues LP 2: Side 1 c1 John Coltrane - Alabama c2 Charles Mingus - Better Get Hit in Yo' Soul c3 Shirley Scott Trio - Freedom Dance c4 Yusef Lateef - Sister Mamie LP 2: Side 2 d1 Archie Shepp - Malcolm, Malcolm—Semper Malcolm d2 Stanley Turrentine - Good Lookin' Out d3 Earl Hines - Black and Tan Fantasy d4 Oliver Nelson - The Rights of All LP 3: Side 1 e1 Pharoah Sanders - The Creator Has a Master Plan (edit) e2 John Coltrane & Alice Coltrane - Reverend King LP 3: Side 2 f1 The Ahmad Jamal Trio - The Awakening f2 Albert Ayler - Music Is the Healing Force of the Universe f3 Charlie Haden - We Shall Overcome LP 4: Side 1 g1 Alice Coltrane - Blue Nile g2 Pharoah Sanders - Astral Traveling g3 Archie Shepp - Blues for Brother George Jackson g4 Michael White - Lament (Mankind) LP 4: Side 2 h1 Dewey Redman - Imani h2 Marion Brown - Bismillahi 'Rrahmani 'Rrahim h3 John Handy - Hard Work
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