Live at the Jazz Café is a live album released in 1998 by ProjeKct One, a sub-group of King Crimson. Live at the Jazz Café was included as part of the 1999 box set The ProjeKcts. The original material for the album was recorded live from 1 to 4 December 1997, during a four-night tour of improvisations at the famous Jazz Café in Camden Town, London, England. The same sessions provided material for the later Jazz Café Suite album.
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But it’s also jazz played in the setting of an intimate club that is wonderful. Whether it be at The Village Vanguard, Mr Kelly’s, or The Lighthouse, The Five spot or Birdland.
The jazz arm of Lincoln Center is several blocks away from the main campus, high atop the Time Warner Center. The venues feel like a Hollywood cinematographer’s vision of a Manhattan jazz club. Some of the best players in the business grace the spot, among them Wynton Marsalis, Jazz at Lincoln Center’s famed artistic director.
Find more Building a Jazz Library articles. This is how the Top Ten Best Live Jazz Recordings (1953-65) were selected. I polled the writership of All About Jazz, combined the results and ranked the recordings. Another Time: The Hilversum Concert by Stefano Merighi. Another Time: The Hilversum Concert by Geno Thackara. Bill Evans – Another Time: The Hilversum Concert by C. Michael Bailey. On A Monday Evening by Stefano Merighi. On A Monday Evening by Dan McClenaghan.
He plays breaks like he has all the time in the world. Red hot from the tailgating trombone on Jubilee Stomp to the singing trombone on Blues Of The Vagabond. John Joyce is livin' the dream with a hard driving beat on the upright bass and a visceral "man on fire" scream on Taint A Fit Night Out For Man Nor Beast. Hot jazz finds it's home when Joseph Faison plays the banjo. This entire album is incredible. Consistent playful rhythms are strung across the entire album. Ain't We Fortunate! The new recording by the Smoking Time Jazz Club that brings the musical ideas of their 1920's heroes into the twenty first century with a Bang! Where there's smoke there's fire and Joe Goldberg is hot on the trail of his musical mentors with a romping rendition of Johnny Dodds' clarinet showpiece Shreveport Stomp and a salute to Sidney Bechet on Petit Fleur.
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