|6||Maybe Next Year||2:57|
|Contemporary C3514||Duane Tatro||Duane Tatro's Jazz For Moderns (LP, Album, Mono)||Contemporary Records||Contemporary C3514||US||1956|
|00025218187824||Duane Tatro||Duane Tatro's Jazz For Moderns (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Original Jazz Classics, Contemporary Records||00025218187824||Europe||2009|
|LAC.12107, C3514||Duane Tatro||Duane Tatro's Jazz For Moderns (LP, Album, Mono, Mic)||Contemporary Records, Contemporary Records||LAC.12107, C3514||UK||1956|
|OJCCD-1878-2, C-3514||Duane Tatro||Duane Tatro's Jazz For Moderns (CD, Album, Mono, Ltd, RE, RM)||Original Jazz Classics, Contemporary Records||OJCCD-1878-2, C-3514||US||1996|
|WWLJ-7042||Duane Tatro||Duane Tatro's Jazz For Moderns (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Contemporary Records||WWLJ-7042||Japan||Unknown|
- Alto Saxophone – Joe Maini (tracks: A3, B1, B2), Lennie Niehaus (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to A6, B3 to B5)
- Arranged By, Conductor, Composed By – Duane Tatro
- Artwork – William Claxton
- Baritone Saxophone – Bob Gordon (tracks: A5, B3 to B5), Jimmy Giuffre (tracks: A1 to A4, A6 to B2)
- Bass – Ralph Pena
- Drums – Shelly Manne
- Engineer – John Palladino
- French Horn – Joe Eger (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to A6), Vincent DeRosa (tracks: A3, A5, B1 to B5)
- Liner Notes – Duane Tatro, Lester Koenig
- Photography By – William Claxton
- Producer – Lester Koenig
- Tenor Saxophone – Bill Holman
- Trumpet – Stu Williamson
- Valve Trombone – Bob Enevoldsen
Original Mono UK 1st pressing.
Double-sided deep Groove label.
Fully Laminated flipback cover.
(From Rear Cover)
Turbulence, Folly, Multiplicity & Backlash were recorded September 13, 1954 under the direction of DUANE TATRO, with: STU WILLIAMSON, trumpet; BOB ENEVOLDSEN, valve trombone; JOE EGER, french horn; LENNIE NIEHAUS, alto sax; BILL HOLMAN, tenor sax; JIMMY GIUFFRE, baritone sax; RALPH PENA, bass & SHELLY MANNE, drums.
Outpost, Maybe Next Year, Conversation Piece & Low Clearance were recorded April 4, 1955 with same personnel except VINCENT DE ROSA played french horn and BOB GORDON, baritone sax.
Dollar Day, Easy Terms & Minor Incident were recorded November 1, 1955 with same personnel as the preceding session except JOE MAINI, Jr. played alto sax and JIMMY GIUFFRE, baritone sax.
All eleven selections were composed and orchestrated by Duane Tatro; are copyright © 1956 by Contemporary Music, and cleared for public performance through BMI.
Recorded in Los Angeles under the supervision of Lester Koenig. John Palladino was the recording engineer.
TECHNICAL DATA: 30-15,000 cycles. Multiple microphone technique with AKG C-12 condenser microphones. Mastering on Scully lathes, Westrex feedback cutting heads, heated stylus, inner diameter quality equalization. Vinylite "Gruve/Gard" pressings.
Cover photo and design by William Claxton, showing General Motors' gas turbine Firebird II (rear view) at the GM Motorama 1956. Used by permission.
- Matrix / Runout: VMGT-1310-1A
- Matrix / Runout: VMGT-1310-1B
A1 Backlash 2:58 A2 Multiplicity 2:50 A3 Minor Incident 3:27 A4 Turbulence 2:10 A5 Low Clearance 3:01 A6 Folly 2:16 B1 Dollar Day 3:38 B2 Easy Terms 4:13 B3 Outpost 3:09 B4 Maybe Next Year 2:57 B5 Conversation Piece 3:02. Listen free to Duane Tatro Duane Tatro's Jazz for Moderns Backlash, Multiplicity and more. 11 tracks 33:41. Tatro's 11 originals have overarranged ensembles, plenty of humorless dissonance, and not much solo space for the members of his octet. In other words, the music is rather dry and dull. Despite the presence of trumpeter Stu Williamson, altoist Lennie Niehaus, Bill Holman on tenor and baritonist Jimmy Giuffre, very little of interest occurs, making this a badly dated effort. скачать торрент torrent торент скачать DTS CD SACD-R Hi-Res stereo оцифровки Vinyl-Rip DVD-Audio скачать музыку бесплатно скачать без регистрации. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Duane Tatro. Jazz for Moderns Reissue, 1996. Multiplicity, 02:50. Low Clearance, 03:01. Maybe Next Year, 02:57. Conversation Piece, 03:02. Now playing . Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. I remember I thought it was a fantastic Kenton record maybe the best in his discography but I forgot to ask my friend which Kenton's album was. Present day. Finally I have been lucky enough to see the lovely Jazz for moderns cover on a japanese vintage records site and I immediatly recognize it. WOW . How much of Duane Tatro's work have you seen User Polls. Bond Films Sans Bond. Top Christmas Day Grosses. From Scores to Tropes. 50's-60's Science FictionFantasy Television Show You Are Most Ashamed You've Never Seen. Greatest Pre-2000's TV Theme Music. Australia: The Timeless Land 1969. as Dwayne Tatro. 1967-1968 The Invaders TV Series 6 episodes. Counter-Attack 1968. music composed by. The Captive 1967. The Prophet 1967. The Spores 1967. Valley of the Shadow 1967. Listen to online Duane Tatro - Duane Tatro's Jazz For Moderns, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Duane Tatro - Duane Tatro's Jazz For Moderns from authorized sellers. Released at: This album was released on the label Contemporary Records catalog number Contemporary C3514. This album was released in 1956 year. Help improve the Duane Tatro's Jazz For Moderns page. All About Jazz musician pages are maintained by musicians, publicists and trusted members like you. Interested Tell us why you would like to improve the Duane Tatro's Jazz For Moderns musician page. From 'Jazz For Moderns' LP 1956 - Contemporary Records C 3514 composed, orchestrated and directed by Duane Tatro with Stu Williamson, trumpet Bob