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  • 1. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Talkaboutjazz.com Special Report Jazz goes to movies Top 30 Jazz soundtrack watch movies, listen to jazz Blakey A Bout De Souffle Arthur Penn Art Ensemble Of Chicago Alfie Bernardo Bertolucci Bud Shank Anatomy Of A Mur Melendez Dizzy Gillespie Ascenseur Pour L'echafaud Bruce Brown Don Ellis Barefoot Adventure Don Siegel Duke Elling w-Up Edouard Molinaro Freddie Redd A Boy Named Charlie Brown Hannes Schmidhauser Gato Barbieri Bullitt Jack Starr George Gruntz Cleopatra Jones blaxploitation Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 2. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra JAZZ GOES TO MOVIES Top 30 Soundtracks What has to be names like Duke Ellington, Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock with names like Otto Preminger, Jean-Luc Godard or Michelangelo Antonioni? The passion for cinema by the first, and the jazz passion by the second’s. The TalkAboutJazz.Com presents this special report with the Top 30 jazz soundtracks that were commissioned by great directors and forgotten filmmakers, to great jazz artists and composers. Discover these happy encounters that gave the world great movies and great soundtracks. Through these Top 30, will go a little of the history of jazz and its evolution by the different styles that have emerged from the mid-50s to mid-70s, while rediscovering films, some of them obscure. I'm sure you will be surprised. The criteria for selection was based on the following assumptions: films produced between 1955 and 1975; the soundtrack has been composed for the film or its performance has been to charge a jazz combo; and the artist has to appear in “The Penguin Guide to Jazz on CD" (7th ed.). Sorry Elmer Bernstein, Bernard Herrmann or Henry Mancini, but they are out. Also not included films whose soundtracks are attributed to "various artists". The reason for choosing this period (55-75) is simple. From 1950, jazz was the soundtrack of modern world, not only in cinema, but also in lifestyles. Each film mentioned, is accompanied by the image of the original poster (I try) and the cover art of each album. Find out about the director, actors, genre film, country of origin and classification that makes IMDb. On the side of the soundtrack, makes mention of the artist, composer, who played and finally a recommendation of other artist's albums. Most of the recommendations were based on "The Penguin Jazz Guide - The History of the Music in the 1001 Best Albums". Thanks by downloaded the special report “Jazz Goes To Movie - Top 30 Soundtracks”. And now watch the movies and listen to jazz. Welcome to TalkAboutJazz.Com. Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 3. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra JAZZ ON THE SCREEN By David Meeker* In the 1920s jazz and film both faced the tremendous challenge of the electric recording revolution. They slowly and painfully adapted themselves, eventually growing to freedom, maturity and respectability until finally they were acknowledged to be two of the most important and influential cultural forces in our civilization. There were certainly plenty of appearances by jazz groups and individuals in silent pictures. The golden days of silent films were the 1920s; not for nothing were those days also known as “The Jazz Age” for, although the word Jazz in that context covered a much wider area than that of the music that we know today, it was a period when the music started to achieve the popularity that was to become so huge later on, when pre-electric jazz recordings became standard display items on record shop counters, when jazz bands became the centre of the evening's entertainment at dances and social occasions. In the silent days the bands would actually have been playing for the dancers on set, so they were comprised of genuine performing xxxxx musicians, whereas in all but very early sound films the musicians, more often than not actor-musicians or sideliners, as they were later to become known, would be miming to pre- recorded tracks. Throughout the first three decades of the 20th century much of the groundwork was laid down by both the film and the recording industries for the eventual marriage of sound with film as a commercial proposition. But by 1930 most studios and, once again, the theater chains, had re-equipped. Now their soundtracks could be recorded and played back on optical film. With sound an integral component of the moving image, and with music of all kinds in constant demand by the film studios, the jazz musician had an opportunity to extend himself and to earn new money through both performance and composition. Perhaps the earliest evidence of this being done is to be found in the two short films made by the pioneer sound engineer Lee DeForest in 1922, which featured performances by Eubie Blake and Noble Sissle. It is now clear that the short film units attached to the major Hollywood studios - Universal, Columbia, Warner Bros., MGM, Twentieth Century- Fox, and Paramount - did a great service to the history of jazz. Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 4. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra On account of their work we can still see and hear the wealth of jazz talent active during those halcyon years immediately after Warner Bros. created the Vitaphone Corp. in 1926. In the early 1930s, once the cinema had learnt to talk properly, producers began to use the talents of jazz men and women to provide lively musical interludes in their feature films, many of which were backstage musicals or show business melodramas. During the decade it became quite routine for audiences to see the popular bands of the period such as the ones led by Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Jimmie Lunceford, Les Hite, Louis Prima, Paul Whiteman, Cab Calloway, Ted Lewis and Benny Goodman. It was not long, however, before the cinema was promoting many of its jazz entertainers as movie stars in their own right. During World War II, with audiences desperate for escapist musical entertainment, Hollywood began to build pictures around their new-found musical artists much to the benefit of the likes of Gene Krupa, Glenn Miller, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Jack Teagarden, Hoagy Carmichael, Count Basie, Artie Shaw, Harry James, Woody Herman, Les Brown and Stan Kenton. Jazz biopics (though mostly more fiction than fact) started to xxxxx appear with ORCHESTRA WIVES (1942), IS EVERYBODY HAPPY? (1943), THE FABULOUS DORSEYS (1947) and YOUNG MAN WITH A HORN (1949). JAZZ AND THE ANIMATED FILM One of the most productive associations of jazz and the moving image is to be found in the area of the animated cartoon. Animators had fallen under the influence of jazz at around the same time as the sound film gained public acceptance. The animators Max and Dave Fleischer were particularly quick to realize the potential of the popularity of famous jazz personalities and produced some of their finest work around such figures as Cab Calloway in MINNIE THE MOOCHER (1932), SNOW WHITE (1933); Louis Armstrong in I'LL BE GLAD WHEN YOU'RE DEAD YOU RASCAL YOU (1932) and Don Redman in I HEARD (1933). A further phase began when Hollywood animators produced a memorable series of cartoons caricaturing jazz celebrities such as Paul Whiteman, Louis Armstrong, Fats Waller, the Mills Brothers and Benny Goodman. The versatility and flexibility of jazz musicians, the abstract and free-form quality of their ideas and their adeptness at Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 5. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra free-form quality of their ideas and their adeptness at improvisation make them eminently qualified to work creatively with animation directors. JAZZ MOTION PICTURE SCORES In 1951, once again at Warner Bros., yet another jazz revolution had occurred on a Hollywood recording stage, one which was to have far reaching effects on the music world extending until the very present...and beyond. Composer Alex North wrote and recorded the first ever jazz- orientated film score for a dramatic picture, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE (1951). The score served to color the sound of the film's steamy New Orleans setting. It has become a well- deserved landmark in the history of film music and paved the way for numerous movie jazz scores. Producers, ever on the lookout for new ways of cutting costs soon tumbled to the sad truth that jazz musicians were relatively cheap to hire and that a small ensemble, an octet, or even a quartet could satisfactorily provide the necessary musical background to a film's action. Up until that time all the major Hollywood studios had kept their own full-time orchestras; their days were now numbered. The recent demise of the big band era had dumped hundreds of skilled, hardworking jazz instrumentalists in the Los Angeles and New York areas eager for the rewards offered by the film, TV, and recording studios. Jazz scores soon proliferated. Composer Leith Stevens started the ball rolling with his seminal use of source music jazz cues in THE WILD ONE (1953) arranged and played by Shorty Rogers and his Giants. Elmer Bernstein used rhythmic elements of jazz in his influential scores for THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN ARM (1955), again performed by Shorty Rogers, and for SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS (1957) featuring the Chico Hamilton Quintet. Johnny Mandel used the talents of top West Coast musicians for I WANT TO LIVE (1958). Suddenly jazz scores were hip. Producer Blake Edwards was quick to jump on the bandwagon by adventurously hiring Henry Mancini for what was to become a groundbreaking jazz score to his television series featuring a jazzloving detective, PETER GUNN (1958/61), soon followed by John Cassavetes' STACCATO (1959). Made-for-television movies gainfully employed Pete Rugolo, Gil Mellé, Quincy Jones, Shorty Rogers, Benny Carter, Oliver Nelson, Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 6. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Mellé, Quincy Jones, Shorty Rogers, Benny Carter, Oliver Nelson, Benny Golson, Artie Kane, and J. J. Johnson who all worked regularly in the studios during the 1960s and 1970s before the pendulum swung back to embrace symphonic scores or more fashionable styles of music making, isolated jazz and embraced more fashionable styles of music making. The film industry in Europe too had welcomed the jazz composers' work. In France, jazz enthusiast and filmmaker Louis Malle enticed Miles Davis into the studio to improvise directly to the images in his film L'ASCENSEUR POUR L'ÉCHAFAUD (1957). Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers were used on the soundtrack of Edouard Molinaro's DES FEMMES DISPARAISSANT (1958). Roger Vadim then recorded Art Blakey again, in addition to Thelonious Monk, for his film LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES 1960 (1959). Many of the stature of André Hodeir, Johnny Dankworth, Henry Crolla, Klaus Doldinger, Claude Bolling, Kenny Graham, Michel Portal, Giorgio Gaslini, Krzysztof Komeda and the jazz-orientated Michel Legrand have contributed between them to literally hundreds of movie scores. It is interesting to learn the extent to which jazz musicians have contributed to one composer's movie scores. Today, jazz and the screen in all their manifestations are once again facing an uncertain future together as a result of constantly shifting audience tastes and with a wide range of alternative choices in both music and the visual arts. They have survived successfully for over a century since before the days when man could fly or listen to the radio or before Don Ameche made that first telephone call. Ultimately, it won't matter what previously undreamed of technological achievements influence our lives as they will have combined to ensure that for many jazz scholars and enthusiasts, the music remains our religion. *extracts from “JAZZ ON THE SCREEN - A Jazz and Blues Filmography” by David Meeker, Library of Congress, Washington, DC , 2013. Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 7. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Play Piano: George Gruntz Trumpet: Raymond Court Sax Alto & Flute: Marcel Peeters Sax Soprano & Tenor: Barney Wilen Bass: Karl Theodor Geier Drums: Kenny Clarke  Drama Hannes Schmidhauser 1963 Seelische Grausamkeit ✭ 30 WRITING CREDITS Mario Gerteis Otto Ritter Hannes Schmidhauser actors Gitty Djamal Hannes Schmidhauser Erwin Strahl George Gruntz COMPOSER George Gruntz Other’s Albums “Global Excellence” ✭ Mental Cruelty No Image Poster Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 8. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Action J.J. Johnson Jack Starrett 1973 Cleopatra Jones 29COMPOSER Jay Jay Johnson WRITING CREDITS Max Julien Sheldon Keller actors Tamara Dobson Bernie Casey Brenda Sykes 5,6 Other’s Albums “The Eminent Jay Jay Johnson, Vol. 1 & 2”✪ “Quintergy: Live At Village Vanguard”✪ ✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play Vocal: Joe Simon Vocal: Millie Jackson Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 9. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra  Thriller Edouard Molinaro 1959 Des Femmes Disparaissent ✭ 28 WRITING CREDITS G. Morris-Dumoulin  Albert Simonin actors Robert Hossein Magali Noël Estella Blain 5,7 Art Blakey & The Jazz Messenger COMPOSER Art Blakey Other’s Albums “A Night At Birdland, Vol. 1 & 2”✪ ✭ The Road To Shame ✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play Drums: Art Blakey Trumpet: Lee Morgan Sax Tenor: Benny Golson Piano: Bobby Timmons Bass: Jymie Merritt Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 10. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Action Crime Drama Grant Green Oscar Williams 1972 The Final Comedown 27 COMPOSER Wade Marcus Artie Butler Jerry Leiber George Morton WRITING CREDITS Oscar Williams actors Billy Dee Williams D'Urville Martin Celia Kaye 5,7 Other’s Albums “Born To The Blue”✪✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play Guitar: Grant Green Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 11. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Crime drama Stan Getz Arthur Penn 1965 Mickey One 26COMPOSER Eddie Sauter WRITING CREDITS Alan M. Surgal actors Warren Beatty Alexandra Stewart Hurd Hatfield 6,5 Other’s Albums “The Complete Roost Recordings”✪ “Focus”✪ ✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play Sax Tenor: Stan Getz Piano: Roger Kellaway Bass: Richard Davis Drums: Mel Lewis & Orchestra Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 12. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Pierre Granier-Deferre 1965 La Métamorphose Des Cloportes 25 WRITING CREDITS Alphonse Boudard Albert Simonin Michel Audiard actors Lino Ventura Charles Aznavour Irina Demick 6,6 Play Organ: Jimmy Smith Guitar: Quentin Warren Drums: Billy Hart Comedy Crime Jimmy Smith COMPOSER Jimmy Smith Other’s Albums “Groovin' at Small's Paradise”✪✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 13. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra drama Romance Art Blakey & The Jazz Messenger Roger Vadim 1959 Les Liaisons Dangereuses 1960 24 COMPOSER Duke Jordan Jack Marray WRITING CREDITS Claude Brulé Roger Vadim Choderlos de Laclos actors Jeanne Moreau Gérard Philipe Annette Stroyberg 6,7 Other’s Albums “A Night At Birdland, Vol. 1 & 2”✪✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play Drums: Art Blakey Trumpet: Lee Morgan Sax Tenor: Barney Wilen Piano: Bobby Timmons Bass: Jymie Merritt Vocal: Charlie Rouse Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 14. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Crime Drama Dizzy Gillespie Shirley Clarke 1964 The Cool World 23COMPOSER Mal Waldron WRITING CREDITS Shirley Clarke Carl Lee Warren Miller Robert Rossen actors Rony Clanton Carl Lee Yolanda Rodríguez 6,7 Other’s Albums “The Complete RCA Victor Recordings”✪ “Birks Works”✪ ✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play Trumpet: Dizzy Gillespie Sax Alto & Tenor & Flute: James Moody Piano: Kenny Barron Bass: Gerd Drums: Rudy Collins Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 15. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra drama Freddie Redd Shirley Clarke 1962 The Connection✪ 22COMPOSER FREDDIE REDD WRITING CREDITS JACK GELBER Other’s Albums “San Francisco Suite” actors WARREN FINNERTY JEROME RAPHAEL GARRY GOODROW 6,8 Play ✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 16. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Crime Drama Thriller Michael Winner 1974 Death Wish 21 WRITING CREDITS Max Julien Sheldon Keller actors Tamara Dobson Bernie Casey Brenda Sykes 7,0 Herbie Hancock COMPOSER Herbie Hancock Other’s Albums “Maiden Voyage”✪ “Head Hunters”✪✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 17. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Crime Drama Romance Norman Jewison 1968 The Thomas Crown Affair 20 WRITING CREDITS Alan Trustman actors Steve McQueen Faye Dunaway Paul Burke 7,0 Play Vocal: Noel Harrison Michel Legrand Other’s Albums “Legrand Jazz”✪✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings COMPOSER Michel Legrand Alan Bergman Marilyn Bergman Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 18. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra drama Romance Gato Barbieri Bernardo Bertolucci 1972 Le Dernier Tango à Paris ✭ 19COMPOSER Gato Barbieri WRITING CREDITS Franco Arcalli Bernardo Bertolucci actors Marlon Brando Maria Schneider Maria Michi 7,1 Other’s Albums “Chapter 4: Alive In New York”✪ ✭ Last Tango In Paris ✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 19. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Animation Comedy Family Vince Guaraldi 1969 A Boy Named Charlie Brown 18 COMPOSER Vince Guaraldi Bart Howard Lee Mendelson WRITING CREDITS Charles M. Schulz Voices Peter Robbins (Charlie Brown) Pamelyn Ferdin (Lucy Van Pelt) Glenn Gilger (Linus Van Pelt) 7,1 Other’s Albums “Jazz Impressions Of Black Orpheus” Bill Melendez Play Piano: Vince Guaraldi Bass: Monty Budwig Drums: Colin Bailey Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 20. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Comedy Drama Thriller Krzysztof Komeda Roman Polanski 1966 Cul-de-sac 17COMPOSER Krzysztof Komeda WRITING CREDITS Gérard Brach Roman Polanski actors Donald Pleasence Françoise Dorléac Lionel Stander 7,1 Other’s Albums “Volume 5: Astigmatic”✪✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 21. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra comedy drama Sonny Rollins Lewis Gilbert 1966 Alfie 16COMPOSER Sonny Rollins WRITING CREDITS Bill Naughton actors Michael Caine Shelley Winters Millicent Martin 7,1 Other’s Albums “Saxophone Colossus”✪ “A Night At The Village Vanguard”✪ “This Is What I Do”✪ ✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 22. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Docu- mentary Bud Shank Bruce Brown 1960 Barefoot Adventure 15COMPOSER Bud Shank WRITING CREDITS Bruce Brown actors Bruce Brown Sammy Lee Peter Cole 7,3 Other’s Albums “Jazz In Hollywood”✪ “Lost In The Stars”✪ ✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play alto & Baritone Sax: Bud Shank Trumpet: Carmell Jones Tenor Sax: Bob Cooper Guitar: Dennis Budimir Bass: Gary Peacock Drums: Shelly Manne Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 23. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Drama Comedy Art Ensemble Of Chicago Moshé Mizrahi 1971 Les Stances a Sophie ✭ 14 COMPOSER Art Ensemble Of Chicago WRITING CREDITS Moshé Mizrahi Christiane Rochefort actors Bernadette Lafont Michel Duchaussoy Bulle Ogier 7,3 Other’s Albums “A Jackson in Your House”✪✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play Vocal & Piano: Fontella Bass Sax & Clarinet & Flute: Roscoe Mitchell Tenor Sax: Joseph Jarman Trumpet: Lester Bowie Bass: Malachi Favors Drums: Don Moye ✭ Sophie's Ways No Image Poster Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 24. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra   Crime Drama Thriller The Modern Jazz Quartet Robert Wise 1959 Odds Against Tomorrow 13COMPOSER John Lewis WRITING CREDITS William P. McGivern Abraham Polonsky Nelson Gidding actors Harry Belafonte Robert Ryan Shelley Winters 7,3 Other’s Albums “dedicated To Connie”✪ “The Complete Last Concert”✪ ✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play Piano: John Lewis VibEs: Milt Jackson Bass: Percy Heath Drums: Connie Kay Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 25. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Comedy Drama Musical Michel Legrand Jacques Demy 1967 Les demoiselles de Rochefort ✭ 12COMPOSER Michel Legrand WRITING CREDITS Jacques Demy actors Catherine Deneuve George Chakiris Françoise Dorléac 7,4 Other’s Albums “Legrand Jazz”✪✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings ✭ The Young Girls Of Rochefort Play Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 26. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Action Mystery Thriller Lalo Schifrin Peter Yates 1968 Bullitt 11COMPOSER Lalo Schifrin WRITING CREDITS Alan Trustman Harry Kleiner Robert L. Fish actors Steve McQueen Jacqueline Bisset Robert Vaughn 7,5 Other’s Albums “Piano, Strings & Bossa Nova” Play Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 27. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Drama Krzysztof Komeda Roman Polanski 1962 Noż w wodzie ✭ 10 WRITING CREDITS Jakub Goldberg Roman Polanski  Jerzy Skolimowski actors Leon Niemczyk Jolanta Umecka Zygmunt Malanowicz 7,6 COMPOSER Krzysztof Komeda ✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings ✭ Knife In The Water Other’s Albums “Volume 5: Astigmatic”✪ Play Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 28. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Drama Myster Thriller  Herbie Hancock Michelangelo Antonioni 1966 Blow-Up 9COMPOSER Herbie Hancock WRITING CREDITS Michelangelo Antonioni Tonino Guerra actors Vanessa Redgrave Sarah Miles David Hemmings 7,6 Other’s Albums “Maiden Voyage”✪ “Head Hunters”✪✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 29. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra  Action Crime Thriller Don Siegel 1971 Dirty Harry 8 WRITING CREDITS Harry Julian Fink Rita M. Fink  Dean Riesner actors Clint Eastwood Andrew Robinson John Vernon 7,8 Play Lalo Schifrin COMPOSER Lalo Schifrin Other’s Albums “Piano, Strings & Bossa Nova” Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 30. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra  Action Crime Thriller Don Ellis William Friedkin 1971 The French Connection 7COMPOSER Don Ellis WRITING CREDITS Ernest Tidyman Robin Moore actors Gene Hackman Fernando Rey Roy Scheider 7,9 Other’s Albums “Electric Bath”✪✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 31. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Crime Drama Martial Solal Jean-Luc Godard 1960 A Bout De Souffle ✭ 6COMPOSER Martial Solal WRITING CREDITS Jean-Luc Godard François Truffaut actors Jean Seberg Jean-Paul Belmondo Daniel Boulanger 7,9 Other’s Albums “Balade Du 10 Mars”✪ “Solitude”✪ ✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings ✭ Breathless Play Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 32. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra crime drama Thriller Miles Davis Louis Malle 1958 Ascenseur Pour L'echafaud ✭ 5COMPOSER Miles Davis WRITING CREDITS Roger Nimier Louis Malle Noël Calef actors Jeanne Moreau Maurice Ronet Georges Poujouly 7,9 Other’s Albums “Miles Ahead”✪ “A Kind Of Blue”✪ “In A Silent Way”✪ ✭ Elevator To The Gallows Play ✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 33. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra crime drama History Quincy Jones Richard Brooks 1967 In Cold Blood 4COMPOSER Quincy Jones WRITING CREDITS Richard Brooks Truman Capote actors Robert Blake Scott Wilson John Forsythe 8,0 Other’s Albums “This Is How I Feel About Jazz”✪ ✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play trumpet: Buddy Childers trombone: Frank Rosolino clavinet: Dave Grusin woodwinds: Gene Cipriano, Bud Shank & William Green guitar: Howard Roberts bass soloists: Ray Brown & Andy Simpkins bass: Carol Kaye drums: Shelly Manne, Earl Palmer percussion: Don Elliott & Emil Richards Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 34. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Norman Jewison 1967 In the Heat of the Night 3 WRITING CREDITS Stirling Silliphant John Ball actors Sidney Poitier Rod Steiger Warren Oates 8,0 crime drama Mystery  Quincy Jones COMPOSER Quincy Jones Alan Bergman Marilyn Bergman Other’s Albums “This Is How I Feel About Jazz”✪✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play trumpet: Don Elliott reeds: Bud Shank flute: Roland Kirk piano: Bobby Scott organ: Billy Preston guitar & banjo: Glen Campbell bass: Ray Brown & Carol Kaye drums: Earl Palmer Piano & Vocal: Ray Charles Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 35. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra crime drama Mystery  Duke Ellington Otto Preminger 1959 Anatomy Of A Murder 2 COMPOSER DUKE ELLINGTON Conducted by: Gerald Wilson WRITING CREDITS WENDELL MAYES JOHN D. VOELKER actors JAMES STEWART LEE REMICK BEN GAZZARA 8,1 Other’s Albums “Never No Lament”✪ “Ellington At Newport 1956”✪ “The Far East Suite”✪ Play piano: Duke Ellington trumpet: Ray Nance clarinet: Jimmy Hamilton bass: Jimmy Woode drums: James Johnson & his Orchestra ✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 36. NEUTRA 29 MINIMAL KEYNOTE PRESENTATION THANKSFOR YOUR ATTENTION START ABOUT US MISSION ANALYSIS SOLUTIONS SHOWCASE OTHER INFOS NEUTRA WHO WE ARE OUR TARGETS CHARTS & TRENDS THE WORKFLOW MEDIA CONCLUSIONS Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 37. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Drama Film-Noir Chico Hamilton Alexander Mackendrick 1957 Sweet Smell of Success 95 COMPOSER Elmer Bernstein Chico Hamilton WRITING CREDITS Clifford Odets Ernest Lehman actors Burt Lancaster Tony Curtis Susan Harrison 8,1 Other’s Albums “Live At The Strollers” “Arroyo” Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 38. Ahmad Jamal Art PepperArchie SheppAndrew Hill Art Tatum Bud Powell Charles MinguBill EvansSpecial Report Charlie Parker Talkaboutjazz.com Duke Ellington Freddie Redd Eric DolphyDizzy GillespieDave Brubeck Top 100 Grachan Moncur III Clifford BrownHank MobleyHerbie Hancock Jazz goes to movies Keith Jarrett Larry Young Thelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan WaPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaMiles Davis Nat AdderleyMcCoy Tyner Ornette ColemanLouis Armstrongrgan Max Roach ThelonioSonny RollinsSarah VaughanPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun RaThelonious MonkSonny RollinsSarah Vaughan Wayne ShorterPaul ChambersOscar Peterson Sun Ra Comedy Drama Romance Mark Isham & Charles Lloyd Alan Rudolph 1997 After Glow 1COMPOSER Mark Isham WRITING CREDITS Alan Rudolph actors Nick Nolte Julie Christie Lara Flynn Boyle 6,1 Other’s Lloyd Albums “Dream Weaver”✪ “Voices In The Night”✪ ✪ The Penguin Jazz Guide - The 1001 Best Ever Recordings Play Trumpet: Mark Isham Sax: Charles Lloyd Piano: Geri Allen Bass: Jeff Littleton Drums: Billy Higgins VibEs: Gary Burton Violin: Sid Page Thursday, 08, August, 2013
  • 39. Talk About Jazz.Com 01 Jazz Went to Movies 95 Thursday, 08, August, 2013