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Sku: 220503308
UPC: 093074082027
UPC 14: 00093074082027
Release Date: 3/29/2011
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Maple Leaf Rag ~ Various Artists
2. In Gloryland ~ Various Artists
3. Livery Stable Blues ~ Various Artists
4. Dipper Mouth Blues - King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band ~ Various Artists
5. Stampede, The ~ Various Artists
6. Black Bottom Stomp ~ Various Artists
7. Singin' the Blues (Till My Daddy Comes Home) ~ Various Artists
8. Back Water Blues - James P. Johnson/Bessie Smith ~ Various Artists
9. Black and Tan Fantasy ~ Various Artists
10. From Monday On - Bix Beiderbecke ~ Various Artists
11. West End Blues ~ Various Artists
12. Weather Bird - Louis Armstrong/Earl Hines ~ Various Artists
13. That's a Serious Thing - Eddie Condon ~ Various Artists
14. Handful of Riffs - Lonnie Johnson ~ Various Artists
15. You've Got to be Modernistic ~ Various Artists
16. Moten Swing ~ Various Artists
17. Everybody Loves My Baby ~ Various Artists
18. Maple Leaf Rag ~ Various Artists
19. Dinah ~ Various Artists
20. Swing That Music ~ Various Artists
21. Honky Tonk Train Blues ~ Various Artists
22. Mean to Me - Billie Holiday ~ Various Artists
23. For Dancers Only ~ Various Artists
24. One O'Clock Jump ~ Various Artists
25. Harlem Congo ~ Various Artists
Disc 2
Song Title
1. Minor Swing ~ Various Artists
2. Mary's Idea - Mary Lou Williams ~ Various Artists
3. When Lights are Low ~ Various Artists
4. Body and Soul ~ Various Artists
5. Honeysuckle Rose ~ Various Artists
6. Tiger Rag ~ Various Artists
7. Ko-Ko - Duke Ellington's Famous Orchestra ~ Various Artists
8. Hard Times (Topsy Turvy) ~ Various Artists
9. I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me - The Chocolate Dandies ~ Various Artists
10. Stardust ~ Various Artists
11. Let Me Off Uptown ~ Various Artists
12. Shaw 'Nuff ~ Various Artists
13. Manteca ~ Various Artists
14. Virgo from the Zodiac Suite ~ Various Artists
15. Dexter Rides Again - Dexter Gordon ~ Various Artists
16. I Want to be Happy - Buddy Rich Trio/Lester Young-Buddy Rich Trio/Lester Young ~ Various Artists
17. Indiana ~ Various Artists
18. Embraceable You ~ Various Artists
19. Four Brothers ~ Various Artists
20. Misterioso ~ Various Artists
21. Lady Bird ~ Various Artists
22. Tanga ~ Various Artists
23. September in the Rain ~ Various Artists
24. Wow - Lennie Tristano Sextet ~ Various Artists
Disc 3
Song Title
1. Boplicity ~ Various Artists
2. Golden Bullet, The ~ Various Artists
3. Popo ~ Various Artists
4. Walkin' Shoes - Chet Baker/Gerry Mulligan Quartet ~ Various Artists
5. 23 Degrees North, 82 Degrees West ~ Various Artists
6. Daahoud - Max Roach Quintet ~ Various Artists
7. Django ~ Various Artists
8. Preacher, The - The Jazz Messengers ~ Various Artists
9. I'll Remember April ~ Various Artists
10. Jonaleh ~ Various Artists
11. Tricrotism - Lucky Thompson Trio/Lucky Thompson ~ Various Artists
12. St. Thomas ~ Various Artists
13. Call for All Demons ~ Various Artists
14. When I Grow Too Old To Dream - Nat King Cole & His Trio ~ Various Artists
15. Stompin' at the Savoy - Louis Armstrong ~ Various Artists
16. Blues in the Closet - Stan Getz ~ Various Artists
17. Ol' Man River ~ Various Artists
18. Summertime ~ Various Artists
Disc 4
Song Title
1. Moanin' - The Jazz Messengers/Art Blakey ~ Various Artists
2. Meet B. B. ~ Various Artists
3. So What ~ Various Artists
4. Giant Steps ~ Various Artists
5. Better Git It in Your Soul ~ Various Artists
6. Blue Rondo ? la Turk ~ Various Artists
7. Ramblin' ~ Various Artists
8. Work Song ~ Various Artists
9. Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams ~ Various Artists
10. My Favorite Things, Part 1 [Single Version] ~ Various Artists
11. Waltz for Debby ~ Various Artists
12. 'Round Midnight ~ Various Artists
13. Cotton Tail - Ella Fitzgerald/Duke Ellington Orchestra ~ Various Artists
Disc 5
Song Title
1. One by One ~ Various Artists
2. Girl from Ipanema, The - Astrud Gilberto ~ Various Artists
3. Love Supreme, Pt. 1: Acknowledgement, A ~ Various Artists
4. E.S.P. ~ Various Artists
5. Haig & Haig - Bob Brookmeyer Quintet ~ Various Artists
6. King of the Road - Wes Montgomery ~ Various Artists
7. Isfahan ~ Various Artists
8. New National Anthem, The - Gary Burton ~ Various Artists
9. Matrix ~ Various Artists
10. Miles Runs the Voodoo Down ~ Various Artists
11. Celestial Terrestrial Commuters ~ Various Artists
12. Watermelon Man ~ Various Artists
13. Long Yellow Road - Toshiko Akiyoshi ~ Various Artists
14. Jitney No - Cecil Taylor ~ Various Artists
15. Bright Size Life ~ Various Artists
Disc 6
Song Title
1. Maple Leaf Rag - Anthony Braxton ~ Various Artists
2. Birdland ~ Various Artists
3. My Song ~ Various Artists
4. Iya ~ Various Artists
5. Bush Magic ~ Various Artists
6. Steppin' ~ Various Artists
7. Glide Was In the Ride, The - Steve Coleman Group ~ Various Artists
8. Manenberg (Revisited) ~ Various Artists
9. Nothing Personal ~ Various Artists
10. Airegin ~ Various Artists
11. Down the Avenue ~ Various Artists
12. Ting Ning ~ Various Artists
13. Kilayim ~ Various Artists
14. Hey-Hee-Hi-Ho ~ Various Artists
15. Neutralisme - Martial Solal ~ Various Artists
16. Suspended Night Variation VIII ~ Various Artists
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Liner Note Authors: George E. Lewis; Digby Fairweather; Ed Berger; Jose Bowen; Jeffrey Taylor; Bruce Boyd Raeburn; Willard Jenkins; Terry Teachout; John Szwed; John McDonough ; Gene Lees; Gunther Schuller ; Larry Appelbaum; Doctor Tammy C. Kernodle; Robin D.G. Kelley; Robert O'Meally; Lewis Porter; John Edward Hasse ; James Dapogny; Steven Loza; Michael Dregni; Jeffrey Magee; Loren Schoenberg; Michael Zilber; Anthony Brown ; Richard James Burgess; Ted Gioia; Will Friedwald; Rob Bamberger; David Baker ; Alyn Shipton.
Muze PNote Recording information: Amerika Haus, Munich, Germany (01/04/1956); Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, NY (01/04/1956); Birdland, New York, NY (01/04/1956); Boulogne-Billancourt, France (01/04/1956); Camden, NJ (01/04/1956); Carmel, CA (01/04/1956); CBS Studios, New York, NY (01/04/1956); Chicago, IL (01/04/1956); Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York, NY (01/04/1956); Columbia Studio B, New York, NY (01/04/1956); Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, CA (01/04/1956); Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY (01/04/1956); Englewood Cliffs, NJ (01/04/1956); Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, CA (01/04/1956); Hackensack, NJ (01/04/1956); Havana, Cuba (01/04/1956); Hollywood, CA (01/04/1956); Jazz Festival, Zurich, Switzerland (01/04/1956); Liederkranz Hall, New York, NY (01/04/1956); Los Angeles, CA (01/04/1956); Ludwigsburg, Germany (01/04/1956); Mobius Music, San Francisco, CA (01/04/1956); New Orleans, LA (01/04/1956); New York, NY (01/04/1956); Opera House, Chicago, IL (01/04/1956); Oslo, Norway (01/04/1956); Paris, France (01/04/1956); RCA Studio A, New York, NY (01/04/1956); Richmond, IN (01/04/1956); Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ (01/04/1956); Rudy VanGelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ (01/04/1956); San Francisco, CA (01/04/1956); The Jazz Scene, Los Angeles, CA (01/04/1956); The Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland (01/04/1956); The Village Vanguard, New York, NY (01/04/1956); Town Hall, New York, NY (01/04/1956); Trident Studios, London, England (01/04/1956); Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, NJ (01/04/1956); Woodstock, NY (01/04/1956); Amerika Haus, Munich, Germany (01/10/1947); Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, NY (01/10/1947); Birdland, New York, NY (01/10/1947); Boulogne-Billancourt, France (01/10/1947); Camden, NJ (01/10/1947); Carmel, CA (01/10/1947); CBS Studios, New York, NY (01/10/1947); Chicago, IL (01/10/1947); Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York, NY (01/10/1947); Columbia Studio B, New York, NY (01/10/1947); Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, CA (01/10/1947); Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY (01/10/1947); Englewood Cliffs, NJ (01/10/1947); Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, CA (01/10/1947); Hackensack, NJ (01/10/1947); Havana, Cuba (01/10/1947); Hollywood, CA (01/10/1947); Jazz Festival, Zurich, Switzerland (01/10/1947); Liederkranz Hall, New York, NY (01/10/1947); Los Angeles, CA (01/10/1947); Ludwigsburg, Germany (01/10/1947); Mobius Music, San Francisco, CA (01/10/1947); New Orleans, LA (01/10/1947); New York, NY (01/10/1947); Opera House, Chicago, IL (01/10/1947); Oslo, Norway (01/10/1947); Paris, France (01/10/1947); RCA Studio A, New York, NY (01/10/1947); Richmond, IN (01/10/1947); Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ (01/10/1947); Rudy VanGelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ (01/10/1947); San Francisco, CA (01/10/1947); The Jazz Scene, Los Angeles, CA (01/10/1947); The Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland (01/10/1947); The Village Vanguard, New York, NY (01/10/1947); Town Hall, New York, NY (01/10/1947); Trident Studios, London, England (01/10/1947); Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, NJ (01/10/1947); Woodstock, NY (01/10/1947); Amerika Haus, Munich, Germany (01/20/1965); Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, NY (01/20/1965); Birdland, New York, NY (01/20/1965); Boulogne-Billancourt, France (01/20/1965); Camden, NJ (01/20/1965); Carmel, CA (01/20/1965); CBS Studios, New York, NY (01/20/1965); Chicago, IL (01/20/1965); Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York, NY (01/20/1965); Columbia Studio B, New York, NY (01/20/1965); Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, CA (01/20/1965); Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY (01/20/1965); Englewood Cliffs, NJ (01/20/1965); Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, CA (01/20/1965); Hackensack, NJ (01/20/1965); Havana, Cuba (01/20/1965); Hollywood, CA (01/20/1965); Jazz Festival, Zurich, Switzerland (01/20/1965); Liederkranz Hall, New York, NY (01/20/1965); Los Angeles, CA (01/20/1965); Ludwigsburg, Germany (01/20/1965).
Muze PNote Introduction bys: John Edward Hasse ; Bob Blumenthal.
Muze PNote Photographers: Danny Barker ; Richard Laird; Duncan P. Schiedt; Andy Freeberg; Paul J. Hoeffler; Joe Alper; Jan Persson; Lee Tanner; Ray Avery; Jack Vartoogian; Jimmy Katz; Popsie Randolph; Daryll Pitt; Guy Fonck.
Muze PNote This lavish 111-track, six-CD box set attempts the impossible -- to tell the whole story of jazz. Essentially an updated version of 1987's out of print The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz, this expanded anthology is wonderfully diverse in the story it tells, with tracks from jazz artists across the stylistic board, from Stan Kenton to Sun Ra, Bill Evans to Chick Corea, Louis Armstrong to Cecil Taylor, with stops everywhere in between, and any conceivable branch of the genre is represented by at least one selection. That's the good news. The bad news is that whole phases of jazz's complicated history are treated like three-minute whistle stops so that the train can stay on schedule and on track. That said, it's an impressive survey, and wonderfully assembled and annotated. ~ Steve Leggett

Producer: Daniel E. Sheehy; John Edward Hasse; Richard James Burgess

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 03/29/2011
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2011
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : SFW CD 40820
Music Label Name Label : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 6
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00093074082027

Professional Reviews

Billboard (p.28)
- "[T]he six-CD, 111-song set provides a dissection of mostly great works with technical, historical and musical details."

Record Collector (magazine)
(p.101)
- 4 stars out of 5 -- "[The collection] chronologically delineates the evolution of the genre, encompassing all its significant watershed moments and including its most potent and pivotal pieces."

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