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Various - Joachim E. Berendt Presents: Jazzlife MP3
Performer: Various
Title: Joachim E. Berendt Presents: Jazzlife
Label: Metronome
Country: Germany
Released: 1961
Style: Swing, Country Blues, Dixieland, Hard Bop
Cat: JEB 1000, JEB 1001
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2641 mb | MP3 size: 1203 mb | WMA size: 1736 mb
Genre: Jazz / Blues
Tracklist

1Armand Hugh Mit Der Emile Christian New Orleans BandI Lost My Heart
2Guitar WelchElectric Chair Blues
3John ColtraneTenor-Improvisation Über "Soft Lights"
4Eureka Brass BandJust A Closer Walk With Thee
5Ira SullivanZwei Blues-Chorusse
6 Joachim E. Berendt Presents: Jazzlife Vol. II (JEB 1001)
7George "Creole Blues" GuesnonDraws Trouble Blues
8Chor Und Gemeinde Des St. John's Baptist TempleOh Lord Send My Peace
9Carmell JonesBobblin'
10Roland KirkLittle Fugue
11Alphonse Picou Mit Der Ehemaligen Papa Celestin New Orleans BandHigh Society
12Murray MaconJesus Cares
13Roosevelt SykesNumber 9
14Sonny Terry Und Brownie McGheeWalk On
15Paul Barbarin And His New Orleans Jazz BandIt's A Long Way To Tipperary
16Buddy Tate und seine Harlem BandBlow Low
17Brother Percy RandolphJack O'Diamonds
18Shakey JakeSpoiled Your Baby
19Rev. Thomas und Mrs. ThomasSpiritual-Singen in Zachary, Louisiana
20Sister Elisabeth EustisTime Lord
21Rev. NewtonRev. Newton Bei Der Predigt
22Big Band Der Berklee School, BostonThree For All
23Cootie Williams Und Seine Central Ballroom BandNight Train
24 Joachim E. Berendt Presents: Jazzlife Vol. I (JEB 1000)
25Star Spiritual Singers Of Coastal Georgia, St. Simons IslandGabriel Shout

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneVarious Joachim E. Berendt Presents: Jazzlife ‎(CD, Comp)TaschennoneUnknown

Credits

  • PresenterJoachim E. Berendt

Notes

These 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, EPs were a part of the book "Jazzlife – Auf Den Spuren Des Jazz" by Joachim Ernst Berendt and William Claxton, published 1961 in Germany. Some of these tracks were recorded extra for being on this record while others stem from tracks previously released elsewhere (some of these are only excerpts).

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: Gema
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout ((Side A, Etched)): 1000-A-A
  • Other ((Side A - Printed On Label)): (1000 A)
  • Matrix / Runout ((Side B, Etched)): 1000-B-A
  • Other ((Side B - Printed On Label)): (1000 B)
  • Matrix / Runout ((Side C, Etched)): 1001-A-A
  • Other ((Side C - Printed On Label)): (1001 A)
  • Matrix / Runout ((Side D, Etched)): 1001-B-A
  • Other ((Side D - Printed On Label)): (1001 B)

Companies

  • Licensed From – Folk-Lyric
  • Licensed From – Southland Records
  • Licensed From – World Pacific
  • Licensed From – Prestige

Album

Listen to all tracks of Joachim E. Berendt Presents: Jazzlife for free. Tracks In This Album. Oh Lord Send My Peace - Chor Und Gemeinde Des St. John's Baptist Temple. Newton Bei Der Predigt - Rev. Spiritual-Singen in Zachary, Louisiana - Rev. Thomas, Mrs. by Joachim E. Berendt Author, William Claxton Photographer. The 696 beautifully printed pages feature an expanded collection of photos originally taken for the 1961 German book 'Jazz Life' produced by Joachim Berendt and William Claxton. In four months during 1960 these two motored across the America and it would seem photographed every important jazz musician that mattered and what stunning photos they are. Album Tracks. About & Images. Similar Releases. Discover Releases. Joachim-Ernst Berendt 20 July 1922 in Berlin 4 February 2000 in Hamburg was a German music journalist, book author and producer specialized on jazz. Berendt's father Ernst Berendt was a Protestant pastor belonging to the Confessing Church and was imprisoned and died in the Dachau concentration camp. Berendt started studying Physics, but was interrupted by his enlistment to the Wehrmacht. Already during the Nazi Germany years Berendt took an interest in jazz, which then had retreated to the. The author: Joachim E. Berendt was a founding member of South West German Radio Sudwestfunk and produced more than 250 records. In 1953, he first published Das Jazzbuch, which became the most successful history book on jazz worldwide. His collection of records, books, and jazz documents form the basis of the Jazzinstitut Darmstadt. Berendt died in an accident in 2000. His contributions to jazz are internationally recognized to this day. Country of Publication. In the year before they set out, Miles recorded Kind Of Blue, Ornette made The Shape of Jazz to Come, and Coltrane, Giant Steps. Musicians were making history on a regular basis. Download the new Independent Premium app. Sharing the full story, not just the headlines. Download now. In 1960, photographer William Claxton and noted musicologist Joachim Berendt traveled the United States hot on the trail of jazz. Source of Spirit provides health, wellbeing and transformational products for your Mind, Body and Spirit. See details - Jazz Life. Through music halls and marching bands, side streets and subways, they sought to document this living, breathing, beating musical phenomenon that enraptured America across social, Bands and blues: The ultimate, evocative jazz-trip through time. The result of Claxton and Berendt s collaboration was Jazzlife, much sought after by collectors and now revived in this fresh TASCHEN volume. Jazzlife, photographer William Claxton's 1960 snapshot of 'America's greatest artform', came together on an extended road trip recording the scene in the towns, cities and countryside of the US. In 1960, along with Joachim E. Berendt Joe a musicologist and writer from Baden Baden, who came armed with a cheque book and a Nagra tape recorder, Claxton set about zig zagging across the US for weeks in a rented 1959 Chevrolet Impala on a remarkable jazz adventure. Published a year later under the title Jazzlife, the book offered an unrepeatable snapshot of every aspect of what Joe called Americas most important artform

Comments (1)
digytal soul
I am intrigued by this format. I though at first it was a sampler disc. 11 tracks on 7 inch at 33 rpm. The quality of the reproduction is very good. Decent amount of music on such a small format. Suprising that it wasn't done more.