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Art Farmer Quintet - The Time And The Place/The Lost Concert MP3
Performer: Art Farmer Quintet
Title: The Time And The Place/The Lost Concert
Label: Mosaic Records
Country: US
Released: 2007
Style: Bop
Cat: MCD-1010
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2225 mb | MP3 size: 1212 mb | WMA size: 2654 mb
Genre: Jazz
Tracklist

1Far Away Lands
Composed By – Jimmy Heath
6:36
2The Shadow Of Your Smile
Composed By – J. Mandel, P.F. Webster
14:15
3On The Trail
Composed By – Ferde Grofe
10:00
4Band Announcement0:46
5Blue Bossa
Composed By – Kenny Dorham
7:40
6Is That So?
Composed By – Duke Pearson
8:40
7Dailey Bread
Composed By – Albert Dailey
11:41
8The Time And The Place
Composed By – Jimmy Heath
10:24

Credits

  • BassWalter Booker
  • Design [Direction]Richard Mantel
  • Design [Production]Inkwell, Inc.
  • DrumsMickey Roker
  • Engineer [Recording]Tony Janek
  • Engineer [Sound]Buddy Graham
  • FlugelhornArt Farmer
  • PianoAlbert Dailey
  • ProducerTeo Macero
  • Reissue ProducerMichael Cuscuna
  • Remix, Mastered ByMark Wilder
  • Tenor SaxophoneJimmy Heath

Notes

Recorded live at The Museum Of Modern Art, New York City on August 18, 1966.

Remixed in 24 bit from the original three-track tapes and mastered at Sony Studios .

#5-7 originally issued on Columbia C-38232 (Art Farmer - The Time And The Place). All other selections are previously unissued.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 8 28768 86522 4
  • ASIN: A688652

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
  • Manufactured By – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
  • Copyright (c) – Mosaic Records, L.L.C.
  • Recorded At – The Museum Of Modern Art, New York
  • Mastered At – Sony Music Studios, New York City

Album

Art Farmer. The Time and the PlaceThe Lost Concert. This CD, The Time and the Place, is not the album of the same name released on Columbia Records dated February 8, 1967, with pianist Cedar Walton. That recording was a studio date with live audience sounds overdubbed. This is the actual live concert date, remixed from the three-track reel-to-reel master at New York City's Museum of Modern Art's outdoor Jazz in the Garden series, featuring pianist Albert Dailey on August 18, 1966, and presented in its entirely. Farmer plays flugelhorn exclusively, one of the first to do so. The Time And The Place. Composed By Jimmy Heath. Recorded live at The Museum Of Modern Art, New York City on August 18, 1966. Remixed in 24 bit from the original three-track tapes and mastered at Sony Studios. 5-7 originally issued on Columbia C-38232 Art Farmer - The Time And The Place. All other selections are previously unissued. The Time and the Place is an album by Art Farmer's Quintet recorded in 1967 and originally released on the Columbia label. Although originally promoted as a live album the tracks were actually recorded in the studio and audience overdubbed. In 2007, Mosaic Records released the original live set from the original three-track recordings as the title The Time and the Place: The Lost Concert. The Time And The Place - Art Farmer Quintet. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. The Time And The Place 10:47. Bass Walter Booker Drums Mickey Roker Flugelhorn Art Farmer Piano Albert Dailey Tenor Saxophone Jimmy Heath. About this release. Mosaic Records MCD-1010 US. Three of the songs were released on Columbia album The Time And The PlaceC-38232not songs 5 to 7 as stated on cover,but 1,3 & 8. The songs were said to be recorded live but they were actually recorded in the studio with canned audience. The remainder of the songs, from the same session, were unreleased. Stated on cover: Recorded live at The Museum Of M. No, thanks. more quotes. All stations. Now playing: Mark Ronson Uptown Funk feat. Bruno Mars. Doja Cat Say So. Jazz 2017. The Time and the Place Live. The Shadow of Your Smile Live. Art Farmer Quintet. The Time and the Place: The Lost Concert is a live album by Art Farmer's Quintet recorded at the Museum of Modern Art in 1966 and released on the Mosaic label in 2007. The album is taken from a concert originally intended for release as The Time and the Place on Columbia Records in 1967 which was replaced by studio recordings with overdubbed applause. Поиск презентаций, докладов, научных статей, публикаций и других образовательных материалов по запросу album Art Farmer Quintet The Time And The PlaceThe Lost Concert. Listen to music from Art Farmer Quintet like Evening In Casablanca, Forecast & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Art Farmer Quintet. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Play artist. Last 365 days. All time. Track name

Comments (1)
Stanober
From Mosaic website:
"In 1967, Columbia issued The Time And The Place by the Art Farmer quintet, billing it as a concert from the Museum Of Modern Art. In fact, it was a studio recording with fake applause dubbed in. The real concert sat in the vaults until three tunes came out on a 1982 double LP reissue. Even then, no one seemed to discover the ruse. When Mosaic began researching Farmer's Columbia tapes, it became obvious that those three tracks were live and the original album was manipulated.
The actual concert took place on August 18, 1966 was recorded and, except for three tunes, has sat in the vaults ever since. Mosaic has uncovered the original three-track masters of the unedited performance, which contains seven superb extended performances and remixed them in 24-bit. This 72-minute CD contains the real concert as it happened by one of the finest, if unhearalded, hard bop bands of the '60s.

The quintet with Jimmy Heath, Albert Dailey, Walter Booker and Mickey Roker was seven months old and had developed into a first-rate hard bop ensemble. Where tunes like On The Trail and The Time And The Place were under three and five minutes respectively on the released album, each is a ten-minute tour-de-force in concert."