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01 Weather Report This Is Jazz, Vol. 10 Birdland.mp3 (Size: 109.74 MB) (Files: 11)

 01 Weather Report This Is Jazz, Vol. 10 Birdland.mp3

13.79 MB

 02 Weather Report This Is Jazz, Vol. 10 A Remark You Made.mp3

15.76 MB

 03 Weather Report This Is Jazz, Vol. 10 Black Market.mp3

14.98 MB

 04 Weather Report This Is Jazz, Vol. 10 Man in the Green Shirt.mp3

14.91 MB

 05 Weather Report This Is Jazz, Vol. 10 Young and Fine.mp3

15.91 MB

 06 Weather Report This Is Jazz, Vol. 10 The Moors.mp3

10.88 MB

 07 Weather Report This Is Jazz, Vol. 10 Mysterious Traveller.mp3

16.94 MB

 09 Weather Report This Is Jazz, Vol. 10 Teen Town.mp3

6.57 MB

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Weather Report - This is Jazz Vol 10
Compiled by Steve Berkowitz, Kevin Gore and Mike Berniker
Released on April 30, 1996
Bitrate: 320 kbps

The Columbia/Legacy label set out to deliver a comprehensive review of jazz artists with their This Is Jazz series, allocating the tenth volume to Weather Report. Bookended by a trio of tracks from the band’s commercial breakthrough, Heavy Weather, this volume represents the recordings made in the Seventies. At nine tracks, it’s no more than a sampler, but it does attempt to draw out different facets of this ambitious, innovative outfit. Thus you hear a subdued ballad like “A Remark You Made” alongside the cool tones of a funk/jazz hybrid like “Black Market,” the soft “Orange Lady” leaning against the tempestuous “Teen Town.” At their most accessible, Weather Report made music that crossed over into melodic terrain, typified by the celebratory “Birdland.” But the band could be equally arty, as “The Moors” (which recalls early Roxy Music ) and “Man In The Green Shirt” ( a fair match for Frank Zappa’s jazz albums ) attest to. The sound quality of the Columbia disc is excellent, although likely no better than the Columbia/Legacy reissues from the early ‘90s. The selection is fine, given the many choices they faced. Snubbing Sweetnighter was perhaps a necessary evil, though that album could have offered more than Mr. Gone’s “Young And Fine.” The liner notes from Tom Piazza are good and the documentation for the individual tracks thorough. At under one hour, Columbia could have opted to add more material, but what would it have accomplished? Given the renewed interest in jazz brought about by Ken Burns’ television series, this is a fine way to get your feet wet in Weather Report’s music.

Personel:
Wayne Shorter -- soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, lyricon
Joe Zawinul -- piano, electric piano, synthesizer, melodica, vocal
Alex Acuna -- drums
Don Alias -- percussion
Manolo Badrena -- tambourine, congas
Steve Gadd -- drums
Eric Gravatt -- drums
Skip Hadden -- drums
Alphonso Johnson -- electric bass
Alyrio Lima -- percussion
Airto Moreira -- percussion
Alphonse Mouzon -- drums
Ndugu (Leon Chancler) -- drums
Jaco Pastorius -- bass, vocal, drums
Ralph Towner -- 12 string guitar
Dom Um Ramao -- percussion
Miroslav Vitous -- bass, electric bass
Narada Michael Walden -- drums
Ishmael Wilburn -- drums

Weather Report - This is Jazz Vol 10 Tracks:
01 Birdland (6:01)
02 Remark You Made (6:53)
03 Black Market (6:32)
04 Man in the Green Shirt (6:31)
05 Young and Fine (6:57)
06 Teen Town (4:45)
07 Moors (7:24)
08 Mysterious Traveller (8:43)
09 Orange Lady (2:52)

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