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The Jazz Epistles - Verse 1 album download

The Jazz Epistles
Verse 1
African Jazz,World Fusion,African Traditions,Southern African
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Verse 1 + ‎(LP, Album, RE). Adventure In Sound. CDZAC 56R. The Jazz Epistles. Jazz Epistle Verse 1 ‎(CD, Album). Gallo Record Company. South Africa. CONT 14. Jazz Epistles. Jazz Epistle - Verse 1 ‎(LP, Album, RP).

The Jazz Epistles were South Africa's first important (albeit short-lived) bebop band. Inspired by Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, its members included Dollar Brand (later known as Abdullah Ibrahim) on piano, Kippie Moeketsi on alto saxophone, Jonas Gwangwa on trombone, Hugh Masekela on trumpet, Johnny Gertze on bass, and Early Mabuza or Makaya Ntshoko on drums. The group became famous after performing in the jam sessions called Jazz at the Odin in the Odin Theater in Sophiatown.

View details Verse 1+ album and list songs. if you want to find exactly, Please input keywords with double-quote or using multi keywords. Exam: "Keyword 1" "Keyword 2". Artist: The Jazz Epistles. Total songs: 5. Year: 2000.

Tracklist: 01. Dollar's Moods 02. Blues For Hughie 03. Uku-Jonga Phambili 04. I Remember Billy 05. Vary-Oo-Vum 06. Carol's Drive 07.

Jazz Epistles Verse One - a Classic South. Classic Jazz from South Africa By Tony McGregor July 2008 On 22 January 1960 six of the top jazz musicians in South Africa went into the Gallo Studio in Johannesburg and recorded one of the truly great South African jazz albums: Jazz Epistle Verse 1. It was an unprecendented album in South African jazz history. The album opens with the Masekela composition Dollar's Moods, dedicated to the group's pianist. This is an upbeat and humorous number with some lighthearted but interesting soloing from Moeketsi, Masekela and Gwangwa before the dedicatee weighs in with a chorus or two of his own, with some typical Ibrahim chords.

Very few copies of that album Jazz Epistle Verse 1 were made in 1960 (issued on the Continental Label), and even fewer survive today. At the time members of the band were very active in the burgeoning South African jazz scene and had also made several recordings for John Mehegan, a self-taught white American jazz pianist and tutor who toured South Africa that same year.

Jazz Epistle Verse 1 is a hard bop music album recording by THE JAZZ EPISTLES released in 1960 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 Dollar's Moods 5:27 A2 Blues For Hughie 5:55 A3 Uku-Jonga Phambili 3:45 A4 I Remember Billy 6:00 B1 Vary-Oo-Vum 5:07 B2 Carol's Drive 5:10 B3 Gafsa 3:20 B4 Scullery Department 7:00. Alto Saxophone – Kippie Moeketsi Bass – Johnny Gertze Drums – Makaya Ntshoko Piano – Dollar Brand Trombone – Jonas Gwangwa Trumpet – Hugh Masekela.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Blues For Hughie The Jazz Epistles
2 Delilah The Jazz Epistles
3 Old Devil Moon The Jazz Epistles
4 Cosmic Ray The Jazz Epistles
5 Vari-Oo-Voom The Jazz Epistles
6 Scullery Dept The Jazz Epistles
7 Carols Drive The Jazz Epistles
8 Gafsa The Jazz Epistles