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Performer: Miles Davis All Stars
Genre: Jazz
Title: Savoy Presents New Sounds In Modern Music Presenting Tomorrow's Music... Today...
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Profile: American jazz saxophonist (alto and baritone). Born : April 18, 1925 in Washington, D. .Died : February 11, 1962 in New York City, New York. Worked with : Coleman Hawkins, Billy Eckstine, Dizzy Gillespie, Illinois Jacquet, Fats Navarro, . Johnson, Dexter Gordon, Sir Charles Thompson, Bill Jennings and others. (4xShellac, 10", Album, Comp + Box, Album, Comp).

(4xShellac, 10", Album, Comp + Box, Album, Comp).

Charlie Parker Quartet – Blue Bird. Charlie Parker – Ah-Leu-Cha. Charlie Parker & Miles Davis – Parker's Mood. Charlie Parker – Klaunstance. Charlie Parker – Parker's Mood.

This article lists Charlie Parker's Savoy and Dial sessions as leader, which were recorded between 1945 and 1948. Also included is Miles Davis's first session as leader in 1947, with Parker on tenor saxophone (Session 7). Charlie Parker's Reboppers. Recorded November 26, 1945, in New York City for Savoy Records. Thriving from a Riff" (. Meandering" (based on "Embraceable You").

This is a list of Charlie Parker's recordings. Parker recorded extensively for three labels: Savoy, Dial, and Verve. His work with these labels has been chronicled in box sets. Charlie Parker's Savoy and Dial Sessions have been issued on The Complete Savoy Sessions, Charlie Parker on Dial and Complete Charlie Parker on Dial and The Complete Savoy & Dial Master Takes.

The Complete Savoy Sessions. This three-CD box set contains all of the recordings Charlie Parker made for the Savoy label and it is overflowing with gems and an almost countless number of alternate takes. Bird was one of the most important jazzmen of all time and nearly every note he recorded (in the studios if not live) is well worth hearing

Tommy Potter, Charlie Parker, Max Roach, Miles Davis, Duke Jordan August 1947. In September 1944, Davis accepted his father's idea of studying at the Institute of Musical Arts, later known as the Juilliard School, in New York City But he spent much of his time in clubs looking for his idol, Charlie Parker. In Parker's song "Now's the Time", Davis played a solo that anticipated cool jazz. He then joined a big band led by Benny Carter, performing in St. Louis and remaining with the band in California. In Paris he reunited with Greco for the first time since 1949. He then returned home, reunited his quintet and toured the US for two months.

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A Milestones
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Nelson BoydDrums – Max RoachPerformer – Miles Davis All StarsPiano – John Lewis Trumpet – Miles Davis
B Sipping At Bell's
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – John Lewis Performer – Miles Davis All StarsPiano – Max RoachTrumpet – Nelson Boyd
C Barbados
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Curly RussellDrums – Max RoachPerformer – The Charlie Parker All-StarsTrumpet – Miles Davis
D Parker's Mood
Alto Saxophone – Charlie ParkerBass – Curly RussellDrums – Max RoachPerformer – The Charlie Parker All-StarsTrumpet – Miles Davis
E Boppin The Blues
Alto Saxophone – John Brown Bass – Ray BrownDrums – Joe Harris Performer – The Be Bop BoysPiano – Hank JonesTenor Saxophone – James MoodyTrumpet – Dave Burns, Dizzy GillespieVibraphone – Milt Jackson
F Serenade To A Square
Alto Saxophone – Sonny StittBass – Al HallDrums – Kenny ClarkePerformer – Sonny Stitt And His Be Bop BoysPiano – Bud PowellTrumpet – Kenny Dorham
G Wee Dot
Bass – Curly RussellDrums – Shadow WilsonPerformer – Leo Parker's All StarsPiano – Hank JonesTenor Saxophone – Dexter GordonTrombone – J.J. JohnsonTrumpet – Joe Newman
H Leaping Leo
Performer – Leo ParkerTenor Saxophone – Gene AmmonsTrumpet – Howard McGhee

Credits

  • Producer – Teddy Reig (tracks: A, B, C, D, G, H)