Michael Garrick Quintet With Shake Keane And Joe Harriott - Anthem download album
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Michael Garrick Quintet With Shake Keane And Joe Harriott - Anthem (EP). Dannie Abse, Laurie Lee, Adrian Mitchell, Jeremy Robson, Michael Garrick Quintet Featuring Joe Harriott And Shake Keane - Poetry And Jazz In Concert (2xCD, Comp, RM). Vocalion. Michael Garrick And Shake Keane.
Michael Quintet Garrick. Poetry and Jazz in Concert. Dutton Vocalion, Vocalion.
Movement is the fourth album by Jamaican saxophonist Joe Harriott recorded in England in 1963 and released on the Columbia label. All About Jazz writer, Duncan Heining, stated "Movement is perhaps the best representation of a typical Joe Harriott Quintet gig of the period, combining as it does straight-ahead tracks with his free-form work". All compositions by Joe Harriott except as indicated. Morning Blue" - 4:43. Count Twelve" - 3:29. Face in the Crowd" (Michael Garrick) - 5:14.
Michael Garrick Quintet, Shake Keane, Joe Harriott - Wedding Hymn. Michael Garrick and Shake Keane - Sun Maiden.
The quintet effectively broke up when Shake Keane moved to Germany in 1965. From this point onwards, Harriott worked freelance on a number of projects. He made several albums and EPs with pianist/composer Michael Garrick in the mid-sixties, notably Promises, October Woman and Black Marigolds. The latter two were reissued by Dutton Vocalion on CD in 2005, and Garrick's Poetry and Jazz In Concert albums (which also featured Harriott) were released on CD by the same label in 2006. Joe Harriott with the Tony Kinsey Trio: Jump For Me (Esquire UK, compilation of 1954 recordings). Significant album and EP appearances as sideman. George Chisholm: Chis (Decca UK, 1956). Tony Kinsey: A "Jazz at the Flamingo" Session (Decca UK, 1957).
Garrick's quintet at this time included Joe Harriott and Shake Keane. Garrick came to special prominence in the British contemporary jazz world initially as the pianist with the Don Rendell–Ian Carr quintet from 1965 to 1969, and led his own sextet from 1966. Garrick is perhaps best known for his jazz-choral works, the first of which he started in 1967. Jazz Praises, an extended religious work for his sextet and a large choir, was performed at St. Paul's Cathedral in London, and elsewhere. 1958: Silhouette 1st quartet w/Peter Shade, Paul Hemmings, Brian Barnes (on drums and vocals) and Josephine Stahl (on vocals) LP Gearbox. 1959: Blues for the Lonelyw/Joe Harriott, Shake Keane & poet Jeremy Robson EP Columbia. 1959: Kronos Ist Quartet w/Peter Shade, Paul Hemmings and Brian Barnes LP HEP. 1963: A Case of Jazz.
Michael Garrick MBE (30 May 1933 - 11 November 2011) was an English jazz pianist and composer, and a pioneer in mixing jazz. Aside from some lessons at the Ivor Mairants School of Dance Music, Garrick was "an entirely self-taught musician" (he had been expelled from Eleanor B. Franklin-Pike's piano lessons for quoting from " Ellsworth McGranahan Shake Keane 30 May 1927 Kingstown St Vincent West Indies 11 November 1997 Oslo Norway was a jazz musician and poet He is best. He is best known today for his role as a jazz trumpeter, principally his work as a member of the ground-breaking Joe Harriott Quintet (1959–65). Shake keane linton kwesi johnson bbc tv part 1. The michael garrick trio with joe harriott and shake keane vishnu. Early life in St Vincent. Early career in Europe.
Ellsworth McGranahan Shake Keane 30 May 1927 Kingstown St Vincent West Indies 11 November 1997 Oslo Norway was a jazz musician and poet He is best. He is best known today for his role as a jazz trumpeter, principally his work as a member of the ground-breaking Joe Harriott Quintet (1959–65). Shake keane linton kwesi johnson bbc tv part 1. The michael garrick trio with joe harriott and shake keane vishnu. Early life in St Vincent. Early career in Europe.
- Alto Saxophone – Joe Harriott
- Double Bass [Bass] – Coleridge Goode
- Drums – Colin Barnes
- Organ – Simon Preston
- Piano, Liner Notes – Michael Garrick
- Trumpet – Shake Keane
- Vocals – The Elizabethan Singers
NotesRecorded April 18, 1965.
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