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Name:Bird Up The Charlie Parker Remix Project [EAC FLAC] [RePoPo]

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Torrent downloaded from Demonoid.com.txt (Size: 376.75 MB) (Files: 40)

 Torrent downloaded from Demonoid.com.txt

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 Bird Up - The Charlie Parker Remix Project [EAC-FLAC] [RePoPo].txt

11.06 KB

 CD2 - The Remixes

  Various - Bird Up (The Charlie Parker Remix Project).m3u

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  Various - Bird Up (The Charlie Parker Remix Project).log

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  CD2 - The Remixes.cuetools.flac.cue

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  CD2 - The Remixes.cuetools.flac.accurip

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  Bird Up (The Charlie Parker Remix Project).txt

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  13.- El P & Stephanie Vézina - Constellation (Heavenly Bodies).flac

25.75 MB

  12.- Matthew Backer, Hubert Laws & Redback - Barbados (Where Fish Fly).flac

21.69 MB

  11.- Dan the Automator - Perhaps (Someday the Roof Will Get Fixed).flac

19.91 MB

  10.- Hal Willner, Garth Hudson & Mocean Worker - All the Shadows of Nuff.flac

17.84 MB

  09.- Donk, Coconut Tree & Kodo - A Night in Tunisia (Downpour).flac

20.77 MB

  08.- Rob Swift & X Ecutioners - Cheers (X-ecutioners Style).flac

15.58 MB

  07.- Dan the Automator - Steeplechase (Sittin' on 22's).flac

19.40 MB

  06.- Choco & RZA - Bebop (Live at the Rooftop).flac

23.64 MB

  05.- Donk, Ravi Coltrane, Wild Children & Hubert Laws - Congo Blues (Silencer).flac

21.36 MB

  04.- Serj Tankian - Bird of Paradise (Gone).flac

23.23 MB

  03.- Hal Willner, Kronos Quartet & Dr. John - Salt Peanuts (The Mr. Peanut Chronicles).flac

26.79 MB

  02.- Me'Shell NdegeOcello - Relaxin' at Camarillo (August 29).flac

33.33 MB

  01.- Red Hawk & Deke Damascus - Now's The Time (No Time Like Now).flac

15.37 MB

  COVERS

   back.jpg

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   Front.jpg

2.12 MB

 CD1 - The Originals

  Charlie Parker and Miles Davis - Bird Up (The Originals).m3u

1.25 KB

  Charlie Parker and Miles Davis - Bird Up (The Originals).log

5.37 KB

  CD1 - The Originals.cuetools.flac.cue

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  CD1 - The Originals.cuetools.flac.accurip

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  Bird Up-The Originals.txt

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  11.- Charlie Parker and Miles Davis - Constellation.flac

6.38 MB

  10.- Charlie Parker and Miles Davis - Barbados.flac

7.61 MB

  09.- Charlie Parker and Miles Davis - Perhaps.flac

6.86 MB

  08.- Charlie Parker and Miles Davis - A Night in Tunisia.flac

7.64 MB

  07.- Charlie Parker and Miles Davis - Cheers.flac

7.53 MB

  06.- Charlie Parker and Miles Davis - Steeplechase.flac

9.59 MB

  05.- Charlie Parker and Miles Davis - Bebop.flac

7.46 MB

  04.- Charlie Parker and Miles Davis - Bird of Paradise.flac

7.06 MB

  03.- Charlie Parker and Miles Davis - Salt Peanuts.flac

6.76 MB

  02.- Charlie Parker and Miles Davis - Relaxin' at Camarillo.flac

7.72 MB

  01.- Charlie Parker and Miles Davis - Now's The Time.flac

7.97 MB

  COVERS

   back.jpg

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   Front.jpg

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Bird Up - The Charlie Parker Remix Project
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CD: Charlie Parker and Miles Davis - Bird Up (The Originals)
Companion album to Bird Up - The Charlie Parker Remix Project

01. Now's The Time [0:03:18.07]
02. Relaxin' at Camarillo [0:03:02.55]
03. Salt Peanuts [0:03:19.35]
04. Bird of Paradise [0:03:12.20]
05. Bebop [0:02:53.25]
06. Steeplechase [0:03:13.30]
07. Cheers [0:03:00.15]
08. A Night in Tunisia [0:03:05.35]
09. Perhaps [0:02:34.45]
10. Barbados [0:02:29.55]
11. Constellation [0:02:06.15]


CD: Bird Up (The Charlie Parker Remix Project)

01. Red Hawk & Deke Damascus / Now's The Time (No Time Like Now) [0:03:30.37]
02. Me'Shell NdegeOcello / Relaxin' at Camarillo (August 29) [0:05:58.50]
03. Hal Willner, Kronos Quartet & Dr. John / Salt Peanuts (The Mr. Peanut
Chronicles) [0:04:52.25]
04. Serj Tankian / Bird of Paradise (Gone) [0:03:54.25]
05. Donk, Ravi Coltrane, Wild Children & Hubert Laws / Congo Blues (Silencer)
[0:03:51.10]
06. Choco & RZA / Bebop (Live at the Rooftop) [0:03:58.35]
07. Dan the Automator / Steeplechase (Sittin' on 22's) [0:04:03.68]
08. Rob Swift & X-Ecutioners / Cheers (X-ecutioners Style) [0:03:31.70]
09. Donk, Coconut Tree & Kodo / A Night in Tunisia (Downpour) [0:03:39.00]
10. Hal Willner, Garth Hudson & Mocean Worker / All the Shadows of Nuff
[0:03:52.50]
11. Dan the Automator / Perhaps (Someday the Roof Will Get Fixed)
[0:03:45.70]
12. Matthew Backer, Hubert Laws & Redback / Barbados (Where Fish Fly)
[0:04:13.55]
13. El P & Stephanie Vézina / Constellation (Heavenly Bodies) [0:04:34.25]



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SOME REVIEWS
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Taiwanfun.com (august 2004)
http://www.taiwanfun.com/music/0408/0408Bird.htm

Before "Bird Up!" found a permanent home in our five-disk-changer, we will admit
that it sat for months, unreviewed, unappreciated and just plain unopened. We
thought, "Another bunch of DJs, turntablists, and latter-day funksters get
turned loose in the vaults of a jazz legend, Charlie Parker." There was US2
messing up "Blue Note," Thievery Corp (and the like) having their way with
"Verve," Jazzmatazz making jazz palatable for us kiddies with modern beats,
loops, scratches, and MCs. So we got around to listening to "Bird Up!" and,
well, son of a gun! If this ain't the dopest thing we've laid our ears on in
ages. The wide-ranging artists on this project don't treat us like children.
They re-construct Charlie Parker's music. We get Me'shell Ndegeocello's
sophisticated urban funk on "Relaxin' at Camarillo," Rob Swift of the X-
ecutioners making like Picasso on the turntables giving us an aural cubist
version of "Cheers." Serj Tankian (from System of a Down!) gets trippy on "Bird
of Paradise." Dan the Automator drops a couple of mind-blowing remixes--nay, re
-combinations--which are faves around here. The spirit of Charlie Parker is
remixed. His tunes are refocused, reunited, remembered and respected.



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Allmusic.com Review by Al Campbell
http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:wvfixqqald6e

Bird Up: The Originals, the companion disc to Bird Up: The Charlie Parker Remix
Project, contains 11 remastered tracks recorded between 1945 and 1948. Even
though the running time could be longer, this budget disc sounds great and is
highly recommended to those unfamiliar with the brilliant bebop saxophonist and
his equally apt cohorts, including Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Max Roach, Red
Norvo, and John Lewis. While the Remix Project is interesting, this edition of
Bird Up is the real thing.


Allmusic.com Review by David Jeffries
http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:hvfexqqaldhe

The idea of an album that remixes the Savoy output of Charlie Parker may be
horrifying for some, but before you join the purist mob take a gander at the
names involved. Producer Matthew Backer has picked quite a crew of tasteful
mavericks to remix the saxophonist, and Hal Willner's multiple appearances alone
pay respect to the man who made tribute albums exciting. Willner's Whoops, I'm
an Indian project turns "Salt Peanuts" into a musical genre-hopping wild ride
with the Kronos Quartet providing the screechy edge and Dr. John laying down
some boogie. It could have been a royal mess, but it isn't. Dan the Automator
bends the recordings with a smirk and funk, but he's totally outdone by the
turntables of the X-Ecutioners, who scratch right along with an especially hot
Parker solo. Me'Shell NdegéOcello plays some deep, intuitive bass to a rather
choppy "Relaxin' at Camarillo," and "All the Shadows of Nuff" finds Garth
Hudson's keyboards adding the needed lyrical touch to Willner's quick
juxtaposition of four separate Parker tunes. System of a Down's frontman, Serj
Tankian, provides the album's highlight, sounding like Tom Waits and Bono's love
child on the eerie and yearning rave-up "Bird of Paradise (Gone)." Naysayers
should hear RZA scatting along with Bird, El-P's trippy mix, or Hubert Laws'
expressive flute runs before dismissing the album entirely. Too many likeminded
productions with their echoes and crackles make the album easier to take in
small doses. Bird Up at least captures the innovative spirit of Charlie Parker,
doesn't do any damage to the icon of hip, and makes for an exciting listen.



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Allaboutjazz.com Review by C. Michael Bailey
http://www.allaboutjazz.com/php/article.php?review_id=10978

Yes, Kate, you are a very good woman… then again, you may be the Antichrist.

—Doc Holliday to One-Eyed Kate in Tombstone (1993)

Depending on one’s perspective, Bird Up! Is the greatest thing since sliced
bread or the worst thing since Heaven’s Gate. The premise is provocative. The
urban music called jazz has been updated with the urban music of hip-hop and
techno/sampling. Sampling of jazz tunes is nothing new; jazz, particularly soul
jazz, has been broadly sampled by DJs. Why not remix Charlie Parker? Anthony
Braxton totally deconstructed the Parker canon on his Charlie Parker Project,
1993 (HatART) to adventuresome effect, albeit the old-fashioned way.

I allowed a close friend (not a jazz fan) to listen to Bird Up! and he suggested
that this music would be well suited for listening in a large metropolitan area
on a Walkman. Or better yet, a boom box. It's dense and crowded with sounds and
ideas that provoke a certain low hum of anxiety. Not necessarily a bad anxiety,
just the kind that surrounds change and evolution in the music – socially,
culturally, and otherwise. These are gritty urban takes on the high art of Bird
and none of the songs suffer for it. This trippy mix blends techno-hip-hop with
Parker recordings weaving in and out of the musical/creative maelstrom. "Now's
the Time," Night in Tunisia," and "Barbados" best illustrate this.

The end result makes one reconsider not just jazz or hip-hop, but all music. I
cannot say that this music is good or bad... it simply is. I would, however,
encourage even the most conservative listeners to pay attention to this disc. It
is inventive and re-creative— very much in the spirit of Parker.



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Credits of Bird Up: The Charlie Parker Remix Project...

* Me'Shell Ndegéocello - Bass, Producer, Construction
* RZA - Vocals, Producer, Construction
* Teddy Reig - Producer
* Larry Schreiber - Producer
* John Sherba - Violin
* Hal Willner - Group Member
* Ross Russell - Producer
* Ravi Coltrane - Sax (Soprano)
* Matthew Cullen - Engineer
* J.J. Stelmach - Art Direction
* Herman Leonard - Photography
* Dan the Automator - Producer, Mixing, Construction, Engineer
* Rob Swift - Producer, Construction, Engineer, Mixing
* Tom Luekens - Pro-Tools
* The X-ecutioners - Scratching
* Jennifer Culp - Cello
* Mocean Worker - Group Member
* Serj Tankian - Vocals, Producer, Construction
* Dan Marx - Production Coordination
* Raymond Angry - Organ (Hammond)
* Emily Lazar - Mastering
* Redback - Vocals
* Matthew Baker - Producer, Construction, Mixing, Engineer
* Robert Parent - Photography
* Dave Dar - Engineer
* Scott Johnson - Graphic Design
* Astacio The Nudist - Guitar
* Stephen Prutsman - String Arrangements
* Sarah Register - Assistant Mastering Engineer
* Nasa - Engineer, Mixing
* Ari Raskin - Engineer, Mixing
* Stephanie Vezina - Vocals, Vocal Producer, Vocal Arrangement
* Coconut Tree - Vocals
* Deke Damascus - Sax (Soprano)
* Michael Dobmeier - Engineer
* Eyal Marcovici - Assistant Engineer
* J.D. Martinson - Executive Producer
* Mermaids - Vocals (Background)
* Red Hawk - Vocals, Producer, Construction
* Brando Rondo - Producer
* TP Big Beatz "The Professor" - Engineer
* Wild Children - Vocals
* Hal Willner's Whoops I'm An Indian - Producer, Construction
* Choco - Producer, Construction
* Kodo - Taiko Drums
* Martin Brumbach - Group Member
* Chris 'Daddy' Dave - Programming, Producer
* Hank Dutt - Viola
* Eric Gast - Engineer
* David Harrington - Violin
* Garth Hudson - Synthesizer, Piano, Roland Synthesizer
* Dr. John - Piano
* Hubert Laws - Flute

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