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Horace Silver Featuring Woody Shaw - Live At The Half-Note album

Horace Silver Featuring Woody Shaw - Live At The Half-Note album
  • Performer Horace Silver
  • Title Live At The Half-Note
  • Date of release 2015
  • Style Hard Bop
  • Other formats XM AA MP1 MP2 AHX VOC MPC
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1380 mb
  • Size FLAC 1693 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
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In stock now for same day shipping. Live At The Half Note (remastered). Horace SILVER feat WOODY SHAW. Hi Hat. Format: 2xCD Cat: HH 2CD016 Released: 16 Jul 15 Genre: Jazz.

Woody Herman Shaw Jr. (December 24, 1944 – May 10, 1989) was an American trumpeter, flugelhornist, cornetist, composer and band leader. Born with a photographic memory and perfect pitch he was an innovative musician who respected his predecessors and was himself respected by a wide variety of jazz musicians, many of whom played and recorded with him. Woody Shaw was born on December 24, 1944 in Laurinburg, North Carolina.

Horace Silver The Best Blue Note Album Song For My Father. Blue Note Artists Horace Silver - I've Had A Little Talk. Gilles Peterson Horace Silver's Blue Note Years Mix. (play).

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Solid is an album led by trumpeter Woody Shaw which was recorded in 1986 and released on the Muse label. Solid was reissued by Mosaic Records as part of Woody Shaw: The Complete Muse Sessions in 2013.

Complete Live at Birdland" (Charlie Parker). 1950, Trumpet, 1). The Squirrel. Blues in Eb. "The Complete Freddie Hubbard and Woody Shaw Sessions". 1985, Alto, 1). There Will Never Be Another You.

The live album, Woody Shaw and Louis Hayes: The Tour, Volume One (High Note), was recorded in Stuttgart, Germany, on March 22, 1976. Recorded at the height of the jazz-rock fusion movement-when mysticism, psychedelia and electronic instruments overwhelmed the beauty of jazz’s original intent-drummer Hayes and tenor saxophonist Junior Cook pushed back, forming a quintet. Along with trumpeter Woody Shaw, they were determined to prove that acoustic jazz was alive and significant in Brooklyn, where many top jazz musicians lived and networked.

He replaced Carmell Jones in the Horace Silver quintet (1965–1966), and made his Blue Note debut on Silver's The Cape Verdean Blues, followed by Larry Young's Unity album (1965), upon which three of his compositions ("Zoltan", "Moontrane", and "Beyond All Limits") appeared ("Moontrane" was dedicated to Coltrane, was written when Shaw was 18 years old, and was the first composition. 1976: The Woody Shaw Concert Ensemble at the Berliner Jazztage (Muse). 1977: The Iron Men with Anthony Braxton (Muse – released 1980). 1978: Rosewood (Columbia). 1979: Stepping Stones: Live at the Village Vanguard (Columbia). 1979: Woody III (Columbia).


1-1 Mo' Joe 11:15
1-2 African Queen 10:37
1-3 Cape Verdean Blues 6:45
1-4 Nutville 14:00
2-1 Que Pasa 16:29
2-2 The Kicker 15:17
2-3 Song For My Father 11:59

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  • Recorded At – Half Note


  • Bass – Larry Ridley (tracks: 1-1 to 1-4), Teddy Smith (tracks: 2-1 to 2-3)
  • Drums – Roger Humphries
  • Piano – Horace Silver
  • Tenor Saxophone – Joe Henderson
  • Trumpet – Carmell Jones (tracks: 2-1 to 2-3), Woody Shaw (tracks: 1-1 to 1-4)


The sets captured here were taped at New York's Half Note club for FM radio broadcast.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 297961 901612
  • Rights Society: AEPI