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Name:Dinah Washington Dinah Jams (1954) Jazzmp3 320h33tschon55

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01 - Dinah Washington - Lover, Come Back To Me.mp3 (Size: 89.33 MB) (Files: 12)

 01 - Dinah Washington - Lover, Come Back To Me.mp3

22.37 MB

 02 - Dinah Washington - Alone Together [Ballad Medley].mp3

5.47 MB

 03 - Dinah Washington - Summertime.mp3

5.61 MB

 04 - Dinah Washington - Come Rain Or Come Shine.mp3

5.42 MB

 05 - Dinah Washington - No More.mp3

7.52 MB

 06 - Dinah Washington - I've Got You Under My Skin.mp3

12.16 MB

 07 - Dinah Washington - There Is No Greater Love.mp3

5.26 MB

 08 - Dinah Washington - You Go To My Head.mp3

25.47 MB

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Dinah Washington - Dinah Jams (1954)
Recording Date - Aug 15, 1954
Audio CD: June 1, 1990
Label: Polygram Records
Bitrate: mp3 320 kbps

Recorded at the start of Dinah Washington’s climb to fame, 1954’s Dinah Jams was taped live in front of a studio audience in Los Angeles. While Washington is in top form throughout, effortlessly working her powerful, blues-based voice on both ballads and swingers, the cast of star soloists almost steals the show. In addition to drummer Max Roach, trumpeter Clifford Brown, and other members of Brown and Roach’s band at the time — tenor saxophonist Harold Land, pianist Richie Powell, and bassist George Morrow — trumpeters Maynard Ferguson and Clark Terry, alto saxophonist Herb Geller, and pianist Junior Mance also contribute to the session. Along with extended jams like “Lover Come Back to Me,” “You Go to My Head,” and “I’ll Remember April” — all including a round of solos — there are shorter ballad numbers such as “There Is No Greater Love” and “No More,” the last of which features excellent muted, obbligato work by Brown. Other solo highlights include Land’s fine tenor solo on “Darn That Dream” and Geller’s alto statement on the disc’s standout Washington vocal, “Crazy.” And even though she’s in the midst of these stellar soloists, Washington expertly works her supple voice throughout to remain the star attraction, even matching the insane, high-note solo blasts trumpeter Ferguson expectedly delivers. A fine disc. Newcomers, though, should start with more accessible and more vocal-centered Washington titles like The Swingin’ Miss D or The Fats Waller Songbook, both of which feature top arrangements by Quincy Jones. ~ Stephen Cook

Unlike many jazz CDS featuring a vocalist, this one gives the band its due! (Considering the band here, that was a very good move.) The Clifford Brown/Max Roach band (with regulars Harold Land (ts), Ritchie Powell (p), and George Morrow (b), joined by the outstanding Maynard Ferguson and Clark Terry (t), Junior Mance (p), Herb Geller (as), and Keeter Betts on bass) is as excellent here as on "Study in Brown." Neither the band nor Ms. Washington's talents are compromised, instead there is a fine balance of band only("Summertime"), Ms. Washington with minimal accompaniment ("There is No Greater Love," "Come Rain or Come Shine"), or, as promised, Dinah and the band jamming together with swinging confidence (Lover Come Back to Me," "You Go to My Head").
This is an immensely satisfying album (and my CD doesn't even contain the last three songs included in Amazon's version) The songs, most of them standards, are given fresh interpretations: The rhythm section is tremendous on "I Got You Under My Skin", layering a surging, urgent current under Ms. Washington's alternately measured and belting, soulful vocals, and the brilliant exchanges among the trumpets. Ms. Washington imparts a late-night saloon feeling to "You Ain't Gonna Bother Me," crystal Eckstine-like voicing on "Come Rain or Come Shine," and an incomparable version of "There is No Greater Love." The appreciative audience loved Dinah and the band (and this is incredibly well-recorded for a 1954 live performance!), and so will you. Highly recommended! ~ M. Allen Greenbaum

Clark Terry
Max Roach - drums
Dinah Washington - vocals
Maynard Ferguson - trumpet
Junior Mance
Harold Land - tenor saxophone
Keter Betts
George Morrow - bass
Herb Geller - alto saxophone
Richie Powell - piano
Also: Clifford Brown

Dinah Washington - Dinah Jams (1954) Tracklist:
01 Lover, Come Back to Me - Hammerstein, Romberg
02 Alone Together [Ballad Medley] - Dietz, Schwartz
03 Summertime - Gershwin, Gershwin, Heyward
04 Come Rain or Come Shine - Arlen, Mercer
05 No More - Camarata, Russell
06 I’ve Got You Under My Skin - Porter
07 There Is No Greater Love - Jones, Symes
08 You Go to My Head - Coots, Gillespie

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