Django Reinhardt - The 1938 London Debut And Paris Sessions download album
- Album: The 1938 London Debut And Paris Sessions
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- Released: 2009
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Django Reinhardt et le Quintette du Hot Club de France, avec Stéphane Grappelli Stéphane Grappelli (vln); Djanqo Reinhardt (g solo); Roger Chaput, Eugène.
1938 London Debut and Paris Sessions. 5. Night and Day. Django Reinhardt.
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It features the Decca sessions, recorded in 1938, after Reinhardt’s mature live performance in London. In the middle of this Decca activity, Reinhardt managed to squeeze in some sessions with jazz man Benny Carter in Paris. The final recording is a lively, vivacious retrospective which includes Tea For Two, You Rascal You and I’m Coming Virginia.
In 1938 Reinhardt's quintet played to thousands at an all-star show held in London's Kilburn State auditorium. 92 While playing, he noticed American film actor Eddie Cantor in the front row. When their set ended, Cantor rose to his feet, then went up on stage and kissed Reinhardt's hand, paying no concern to the audience. 93 A few weeks later the quintet played at the London Palladium. World War II. When World War II broke out, the original quintet was on tour in the United Kingdom. 1998 The Complete Django Reinhardt HMV Sessions. 2001 All Star Sessions. 2001 Jazz in Paris: Swing 39. 2002 Djangology, recorded in 1948 and remastered and released by Bluebird Records.
From: Django Reinhardt. Count: 1. Views: 5. 1938 (London Debut and Paris Sessions) tracks. Django Reinhardt Vol. 3 (1937). Quintette Du Hot Club De France. Best of Gipsy Guitar. Django Reinhardt & Le Quintette Du Hot Club De France (1936-37). Swinging With Django.
The Complete Django Reinhardt HMV Sessions 6 CD Box! Django Reinhardt. Unfortunately, Mosaic did not include in this set the great 1938-39 sessions for Decca records recorded in London and Paris, nor the 1934-35 sessions on Ultraphon and Decca, and for those, I still listen to my JSP masterings and dream of someone doing a remastering job on the material like the one in this box. The 1940s material has many of Django's finest compositions (including the first versions of Nuages), and documents the years when he fronted a small group with drums and clarinet inspired by Benny Goodman, and also a few sessions as a soloist in a big-band context
Tracks 1 & 2: Londres, 31 janvier 1938 Tracks 3 & 14: Londres, 1er septembre 1938 Tracks 4 & 12: Londres, 30 aout 1938 Tracks 5 & 7: Paris, 22 mars 1939 Track 6: Londres, 10 septembre 1939 Track 8: Paris, 17 Mai 1939 Tracks 9 & 10: Paris, 21 Octobre 1935 Track 11: Paris, 14 juin 1938 Tracks 13, 15 & 16: Paris, 21 mars 1939.
The first six sessions from 1936 and 1937 were originally cut for the HMV label and they contain a wealth of three-minute masterpieces that capture the QHCF at a creative peak. There‘s a few throw away vocals from Freddy Taylor intermixed, but they certainly do nothing to spoil the inspired atmosphere. The mid-‘40s, of course, brought World War II and the German occupation, which left Reinhardt and many foreign jazz artists in limbo for many years. In fact, Django and Grappelli hadn’t seen or spoken to each other in over six years by the time they were able to team up again for the 1946-1948 recordings that conclude this set.