Dizzy Gillespie - New Wave! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Dizzy Gillespie is equal to Bird on this session and the inclusion of Thelonious Monk on piano serves to add to the exotic line up. I think this is a classic but the second disc of the Massey Hall concert is absolutely essential, despite Charlie Mingus over-dubbing his bass parts which were originally inaudible on the original recording/5(79).
  2. Page 7 in result lists. Shop records for sale for album Dizzy by Dizzy Gillespie on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format.
  3. New Wave! is a studio album, while On the French Riviera is live. With inspired arrangements by Lalo Schifrin, this is lively, joyous stuff - never "difficult" - with instant appeal that lasts forever. Dizzy is absolutely brilliant. Charlie Ventura's bass sax solo on No More Blues is superbly gutsy - /5(10).
  4. Shop 39 records for sale for album In concert by Dizzy Gillespie on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format.
  5. This album from Dizzy is recently been re released for the Japanese market, lucky dudes. It's splendid! I'm not japanese, but I'm a jazz connossoir enough to have bought this gem. The album is from the sixties, it's a Philips, and the New wave of the time was the bossa nova craze started by the collaboration between Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto.5/5(3).
  6. New Wave! is a studio album, while On the French Riviera is live. With inspired arrangements by Lalo Schifrin, this is lively, joyous stuff - never "difficult" - with instant appeal that lasts forever. Dizzy is absolutely brilliant. Charlie Ventura's bass sax solo on No More Blues is superbly gutsy - always makes me smile/5(10).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of New Wave! on Discogs. Label: Philips - PHS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bossa Nova, Bop, Latin Jazz/5(20).
  8. Digitally re-mastered two-fer containing a pair of albums from the Jazz great on one CD: Dizzy on the French Riviera and New Wave! These LPs mark the great trumpeter's first incursions into the realm of Bossa Nova (he had already been a pioneering force in the evolution of Latin Jazz) Both albums were produced by Quincy Jones and arranged by the talented Lalo Schifrin (featured here as well on /5(8).

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