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I want Bebop!!!(or: Recommend good bebop recordings)

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by Nick Gann, Sep 27, 2003.


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  1. Nick Gann

    Nick Gann Talkbass' Tubist in Residence

    Mar 24, 2002
    Silver Spring, MD
    Along the lines of Donna Lee, Dexterity, stuff like that. I am just now getting into it, and I love it! What are some good ones to go get?

    Thanks my peeps :)

    Nick
     
  2. paintandsk8

    paintandsk8 Pushin' my soul through the wire...

    May 12, 2003
    West Lafayette, IN
    I personally like maynard ferguson's bebop stuff.
     
  3. ole Jason

    ole Jason Supporting Member

    Apr 3, 2003
    Louisville, KY
    anthropology
    oleo
    mr pc
     
  4. Nick Gann

    Nick Gann Talkbass' Tubist in Residence

    Mar 24, 2002
    Silver Spring, MD

    Thanks a lot! His stuff is really cool. I really like Hey Jude and Birdland. Thanks a bunch :D
     
  5. Nick Gann

    Nick Gann Talkbass' Tubist in Residence

    Mar 24, 2002
    Silver Spring, MD
    I really like anthropology. Thanks! Mr. PC is cool too. Thanks a lot!

    Man, TB is great. I wouldn't even know what bebop really was if it wasnt for TB, and the people here. Thanks a bunch!!
     
  6. Boplicity

    Boplicity Supporting Member

    When I think bebop I think Dizzy Gillespi and Charlie Parker. The work of either would be a really good start.
     
  7. Wrong Robot

    Wrong Robot Guest

    Apr 8, 2002
    There is a Dizzy album called "jambo carribe"(spelling might be wrong on that)

    but it's silly, it's really fun to listen to, not really bebop, it's like Caribbean sounding, it's cool though, I really dig it.
     
  8. Oscar Peterson-Night Train

    John Coltrane, and Thelonious Monk

    Sonny Rollins

    Art Blakely

    Stan Getz

    Charlie Parker

    Wes Montgomery

    Bud Powell

    Dizzy Gillespie

    Max Roach

    Count Basie

    Ella Fitzgerald

    These are the greats of jazz and Bebop.

    Good Luck!

    ;) Treena
     
  9. Richard Lindsey

    Richard Lindsey

    Mar 25, 2000
    Metro NYC
    Go buy a good Charlie Parker collection, a Dizzy Gillespie collection, and a Bud Powell collection. That should get you started.
     
  10. Andrew Jones

    Andrew Jones Banned

    Feb 28, 2001
    Northampton Mass

    Yah man thats it and then a Clifford Brown and a Fats Navaro.
     
  11. Bebop- Definition:

    1. [n] an early form of modern jazz (originating around 1940)
    2. [v] dance the bebop bop, bop

    BeBop: jazz form of the 1940's and 50's, characterized
    by fast tempo and complex chord patterns, played by
    small ensembles with often dizzying instrumental virtuosity.

    Music Definition

    ;) Treena
     
  12. JimK

    JimK

    Dec 12, 1999
    "Mr. PC" by Coltrane?
    Not to split hairs...that was Post-Bop.
    ;)
     
  13. I was going to mention that, too.

    If you want a bop sampler, go get The Quintet, a live recording of a band with Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Bud Powell, Max Roach, and Charlie Mingus. It ain't perfect, but it's as representative a sampler as you'll find with all the giants in the genre (well, Mingus is kind of a ringer; he was a last minute replacement).

    "Mr. P.C." comes from the hard-to-define era between hard bop and free jazz; JimK's "post bop" will work.
     
  14. Nick Gann

    Nick Gann Talkbass' Tubist in Residence

    Mar 24, 2002
    Silver Spring, MD
    Huh :confused:
     
  15. Richard Lindsey

    Richard Lindsey

    Mar 25, 2000
    Metro NYC
    What on earth are you talking about?
     
  16. To those who are missing the joke, it makes a little more sense when you look at deepbob's re line.

    I see his point, but I think he is overlooking the fact that what can be called improvisational jazz includes bebop, hard bop, free jazz, and about a half dozen other subgenres. Meanwhile, Nick specifically asked for recordings in the bebop genre. Thus, the use of the term--as hoary as it may be.

    BTW--if you used "beatniks" instead of hippies, your joke might have been a little more obvious.
     
  17. is jaco's "Continuum" considered bebop?

    Thats a nice tune.
     
  18. Nick Gann

    Nick Gann Talkbass' Tubist in Residence

    Mar 24, 2002
    Silver Spring, MD
    No, I don't think continuum is bebop. Donna Lee is bebop. DL that Jaco solo. Then DL the band version by Miles Davis. That is bebop. Check out the names and titles in this thread. That is Bebop.
     



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