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Bob Belden - Shades of Blue album mp3
Contemporary Jazz,Post-Bop
  • Performer:
    Bob Belden
  • Title:
    Shades of Blue
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  • Style:
    Contemporary Jazz,Post-Bop
  • Date of release:
    June 25, 1996
  • Recording date:
    November 9, 1994 - January 5, 1995
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    1695 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1669 megabytes
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    1384 megabytes
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Bob Belden ‎– Black Dahlia. 이블: Blue Note Records ‎– 7243 5 23883 2 5. 형식: CD, Album. 레딧. Producer – Eli Wolf. Producer, Composed By – Bob Belden. Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Lawrence Feldman. Soloist, Bass Flute – Lou Marini, Mike Migliore. Soloist, Drums – Billy Kilson. Soloist, Ehru – Charles Pillow. Soloist, Piano – Kevin Hays, Marc Copland. Soloist, Piano, Sampler – Scott Kinsey.

by Renee Rosnes & Bob Belden on Blue Note Women In Jazz. Song For My Father by Renee Rosnes & Bob Belden on Blue Note Women In Jazz. by Geri Allen & Dianne Reeves & Bob Belden on Blue Note Women In Jazz. Maiden Voyage by Geri Allen & Dianne Reeves & Bob Belden on Blue Note Women In Jazz. Live At The Montreal Jazz Festival/1999) by Tim Hagans & Bob Belden on Re: Animation Live! 10:56. Dans La Ville Sombre (Live At The Montreal Jazz Festival/1999). by Tim Hagans & Bob Belden on Re: Animation Live!

Shades of Blue is a remix album by American hip hop musician Madlib over the archives of Blue Note Records. It was released by Blue Note Records on June 24, 2003. In 2014, it ranked at number 11 on Paste's "12 Classic Hip-Hop Albums That Deserve More Attention" list.

Different Shades of Blue is the eleventh studio album by blues rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa. It was released on September 22, 2014. The album debuted at number 8 on the Billboard 200, which makes this Bonamassa's highest charting album, and his first top 10 on the chart. It was ranked No. 3 on Billboard's Year End Blues Album Chart of 2015. It has sold 96,000 copies in the United States as of February 2016.

Belden suffered a heart attack in his Upper West Side apartment, according to Jazz Times, and was removed from life support after being non-responsive for more than 24 hours at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan. Throughout his career, Belden recorded as a a band leader, sideman and band member, composing and playing soprano saxophone, among other instruments. He conducted, orchestrated and wrote arrangements for Herbie Hancock, Joe Henderson, McCoy Tyner and others. Belden also served an A&R executive for Blue Note Records. Bob Belden was a true renaissance man - t, composer, session player, producer, educator, historian, label executive and more.

Not only that, Belden chooses to present the tracks from Tapestry in the original sequence in which they appeared on King's album, a thoughtful and artistically sound gesture that will trigger the nostalgia banks of any rs among the boomers. The songs suit Belden's relaxed, R&B-slanted soprano sax; Tim Hagans' yearning, muted trumpet; the Rhodes-like electric piano sound that Kevin Hays conjures; and the lovely acoustic and electric guitar work of John Hart

Bob Belden: Jazz Adventurer by Jeff Dayton-Johnson, published on January 28, 2013 at All About Jazz. Find more Interviews articles. This work has garnered Belden three Grammy Awards, and few musicians have drawn as creatively from these masterpieces of 1970s fusion as Belden. Perhaps what is most distinctive about Belden is his capacity to craft music in a cinematic or novelistic way. His albums, his concerts, tell multidimensional stories. In his conversation with All About Jazz, Belden points out that omposer Duke Ellington, Miles Davis, omposer Charles Mingus and keyboardist Joe Zawinul also created this kind of complex Total Art. But the group of such musicians is a small one.


Carl Allen - Drums
Geri Allen - Performer, Piano, Primary Artist
J.D. Allen - Sax (Tenor)
Franck Amsallem - Piano
Jay Anderson - Bass
Jim Anderson - Engineer
Nico Assumpção - Bass (Electric)
Dave Baker - Engineer
Bob Belden - Arranger, Liner Notes, Primary Artist, Producer, Sax (Tenor), Synthesizer
Paulinho Braga - Drums
Oscar Brown, Jr. - Composer
Michael "Dino" Campbell - Guitar
Bill Carey - Composer
Ron Carter - Arranger, Bass, Performer, Primary Artist
Joe Chambers - Drums
Darcy Cloutier-Fernald - Documentation
Holly Cole - Performer, Primary Artist, Violin, Vocals
Bernard Collins - Vocals
John Coltrane - Sax (Tenor)
Marc Copland - Fender Rhodes
Ronnie Cuber - Sax (Baritone)
DJ Ghetto - Scratching
DJ Smash - Drum Programming, Piano
Kenny Dorham - Composer
Billy Drummond - Drums
Eliane Elias - Arranger, Piano, Primary Artist
Kurt Elling - Arranger, Composer, Producer, Vocals
David Ephross - Bass
Kevin Eubanks - Guitar
Tom Evered - Documentation
James Farber - Engineer
Carl Fischer - Composer
Erik Friedlander - Cello
Curtis Fuller - Trombone
Larry Goldings - Organ
Eddie Gomez - Bass
Jerry Gonzalez - Percussion
Larry Grenadier - Bass
Tim Hagans - Performer, Primary Artist, Trumpet
Steve Hall - Sax (Tenor)
Herbie Hancock - Composer
Fareed Haque - Guitar (Acoustic)
John Hart - Guitar
Kevin Hays - Fender Rhodes
Vincent Herring - Sax (Alto)
Conrad Herwig - Trombone
Billy Higgins - Drums
Andrew Hill - Composer
Terumasa Hino - Trumpet
Laurence Hobgood - ARP Synthesizer, Arranger, Piano, Producer
Eric Hochberg - Bass
Adam Holzman - Synthesizer
Freddie Hubbard - Flugelhorn
Gregory Hutchinson - Drums
Dennis Irwin - Bass
Ali Muhammed Jackson - Drums
Javon Jackson - Performer, Primary Artist, Sax (Tenor)
Jimmy Katz - Photography
Geoff Keezer - Arranger, Piano
Geoff Keezer Trio - Performer, Primary Artist
Billy Kilson - Drums
Scott Kinsey - Keyboards, Synthesizer
Carlos McKinney - Piano
Mulgrew Miller - Piano
T.S. Monk - Drums, Performer, Primary Artist
Thelonious Monk - Composer
Buddy Montgomery - Piano
Lee Morgan - Trumpet
Gus Mossler - Engineer
Hitoshi Namekata - Executive Producer
Herbie Nichols - Composer
Scott Noll - Engineer
Ugonna Okegwo - Bass
Junko Onishi - Piano
Greg Osby - Sax (Soprano)
Leon Parker - Drums
Charles Pillow - Horn (English)
Bud Powell - Composer
Marcus Printup - Arranger, Primary Artist, Trumpet
Eric Reed - Arranger, Piano
Tony Reedus - Drums
Dianne Reeves - Arranger, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Richard Reid - Bass
Reuben Rogers - Bass
Mark Roland - Synthesizer
Patrick Roques - Artwork, Cover Design
Renee Rosnes - Performer, Piano, Primary Artist
Gonzalo Rubalcaba - Piano
Alan Rubin - Trumpet
Steven Schenfeld - Production Advisor
John Scofield - Guitar
Wayne Shorter - Composer
Don Sickler - Arranger, Producer, Trumpet
Judi Silvano - Violin
Horace Silver - Composer
Edward Simon - Piano
Gary Smulyan - Sax (Baritone)
Bill Stewart - Drums
Jacky Terrasson - Arranger, Performer, Piano, Primary Artist
Will Terrill III - Drums
Traditional - Composer
McCoy Tyner - Composer
Rudy Van Gelder - Engineer
Jack Walrath - Trumpet
Peter Washington - Bass
Bobby Watson - Sax (Alto)
David Weiss - Trumpet
Paul Wertico - Drums, Producer
Doug Wiess - Bass
Cassandra Wilson - Arranger, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Reuben Wilson - Organ
Tukka Yoot - Vocals

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Maiden Voyage Herbie Hancock Bob Belden feat: Geri Allen / Dianne Reeves 6:56
2 Un Poco Loco Bud Powell Bob Belden feat: Jacky Terrasson 5:37
3 Tom Thumb Wayne Shorter Bob Belden 5:51
4 Joshua Fit de Battle of Jericho Traditional Bob Belden feat: Ron Carter / Cassandra Wilson 2:38
5 Siete Ocho Andrew Hill Bob Belden feat: Tim Hagans 8:23
6 You've Changed Bill Carey / Carl Fischer Bob Belden feat: Marcus Printup 7:41
7 Hum Drum Blues Oscar Brown, Jr. Bob Belden feat: Holly Cole / Javon Jackson 5:37
8 2300 Skiddoo Herbie Nichols Bob Belden feat: Geoff Keezer Trio 5:58
9 Song for My Father Horace Silver Bob Belden feat: Renee Rosnes 6:12
10 Tanganyika Dance Kurt Elling / McCoy Tyner Bob Belden feat: Renee Rosnes 6:53
11 Evidence Thelonious Monk Bob Belden feat: Ron Carter / T.S. Monk 4:43
12 Una Mas Kenny Dorham Bob Belden feat: Eliane Elias 4:31