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Various - Talkin' Verve album

Various - Talkin' Verve album
  • Performer Various
  • Title Talkin' Verve
  • Date of release 1995
  • Country US
  • Style Hard Bop, Soul-Jazz, Afro-Cuban Jazz, Swing
  • Other formats FLAC DTS AU MP1 MPC VQF XM
  • Genre Jazz / Latin / Blues
  • Size MP3 1711 mb
  • Size FLAC 1132 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 908

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Still, the label scoured its vaults and came up with Swingin' Talkin' Verve, a variant on their usual series of proto-acid jazz (read: soul-jazz, Afro-Cuban, jazz-funk, et. The results aren't bad at all, although several of the tracks don't date from the '40s golden age of swing. Included are Gene Krupa's "Let Me Off Uptown," Buddy Rich's "Jumpin' at the Woodside," Quincy Jones' "Air Mail Special," and Harry James' "Back Beat Boogie.

Record Label Verve, 557 081-2. Year of production 1998. 1. Chain Of Fools - Jimmy Smith. 2. Ain't Too Proud To Beg - Willie Bobo. 3. I Got You (I Feel Good) - Quincy Jones Orchestra. 4. Vehicle - Chet Baker.

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Shirley Scott ‎– Talkin' Verve. Label: Verve Records ‎– 549 539-2. Series: Talkin' Verve –. Format: CD, Album, Compilation, Stereo.

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Hard to find any fault with this stellar 2-CD set, packed with essential jazz music from the Verve vaults. The tracks on this collection are culled from what was considered the "next era" of Verve at the time, mostly from the 1960s. Of the 27 tracks on here, 22 are 60s material, 5 are from the 50s, and one lone track was recorded in 1972. As it says in the liner notes: "Hard bop and the organ-jazz sound, alongside jazz's love affair with the Latin tinge, were transforming Verve" during this period

Tracklist

A1 Wes Montgomery Bumpin' 6:51
A2 Donald Byrd Cantaloupe Island 6:47
A3 Yusef Lateef Chang, Chang, Chang 2:57
A4 Oliver Nelson Cool (From West Side Story) 4:53
A5 Milt Jackson Bags And Strings 3:26
A6 Jimmy Smith The Cat 3:24
B1 Little Richie Varola Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? 4:33
B2 Roland Kirk Fall Out 3:02
B3 Tony Scott Nina's Dance 3:19
B4 Sonny Stitt Blues Greasy 3:24
B5 Jimmy Smith And Wes Montgomery James And Wes 8:11
B6 Cal Tjader Moanin' 3:15
B7 Willie Bobo Boogaloo In Room 802 3:12
C1 Dizzy Gillespie Manteca 6:24
C2 Illinois Jacquet Mambocito Mio 2:51
C3 Stan Getz Love 2:41
C4 Cal Tjader Song Of The Yellow River 3:21
C5 Willie Bobo La Descarga Del Bobo 4:16
C6 La Clave Latin Slide 4:08
C7 Cal Tjader Manha De Carnaval 6:14
D1 Marcos Valle Crickets Song For Anamaria 2:09
D2 Grant Green The Cantaloupe Woman 4:53
D3 Cal Tjader Soul Sauce (Guachi Guaro) 2:24
D4 Slim Gaillard Yo Yo Yo 2:42
D5 Jackie And Roy* Samba Triste 2:20
D6 Jimmy Smith Got My Mojo Workin' 7:59
D7 Donald Byrd Devilette 7:50

Notes

The vision that Norman Granz had for Verve Records dissolved once he sold the label in 1960. Creed Taylor was brought in and he took the company in a new direction - or new directions. The explosion of popular musics, from hard bop and Latin to funk and orchestral jazz, as well as their hybrid forms, was well documented on record at Verve.

On these two LPs you can hear the development of Latin jazz, from the seminal figure in Afro-Cuban music, Dizzy Gillespie, through his disciples, Willie Bobo and another offshoot, Cal Tjader. The great soul-jazz and funk progenitors are here, such Sixties giants as Donald Byrd, Grant Green, Wes Montgomery, and Jimmy Smith. And to add to the mix, there's a blues by Sonny Stitt, a swinger from Illinois Jacquet, a novelty number by Slim Gaillard, and pop classics from now-obscure artists Little Richie Varola and Marcos Valle.

Track D7 previously unissued.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
314 527 504-2 Various Talkin' Verve ‎(2xCD, Comp) Verve Records 314 527 504-2 US 1995
314 527 504-2 Various Talkin' Verve ‎(2xCD, Comp) Verve Records 314 527 504-2 Canada 1995
527 504-2 Various Talkin' Verve ‎(2xCD, Comp) Verve Records 527 504-2 Australasia 1995
527 504-2 Various Talkin' Verve ‎(2xCD, Comp) Verve Records, Verve Take 2 527 504-2 Europe 1995
314 527 504-2 Various Talkin' Verve ‎(2xCD, Comp, Club) Verve Records 314 527 504-2 US 1995