Adderley, Julian "Cannonball": Cannonball Adderley Live ’63 (Jazz Icons DVD)

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Cannonball Adderley Live ’63 (Jazz Icons DVD)

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Series: Jazz Icons DVDs

Department: DVDs - Save up to 15% - Jazz DVDs: Performances

Publisher: Select Music

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Cannonball Adderley boasts two beautifully filmed concerts from one of the most celebrated sextets in jazz history, captured at the top of their game. Cannonball Adderley (alto sax), Nat Adderley (cornet) Yusef Lateef (tenor sax, flute, oboe) provide a massive three-horn frontline attack, while the stellar rhythm section featuring a pre-Weather Report Joe Zawinul (piano), Sam Jones (bass) and Louis Hayes (drums) fuel the songs with a deep infectious swing. Quincy Jones’ “Jessica’s Day” leaps from the gate with a huge “big band” sound that is extraordinary for only six musicians.

This DVD is a reminder that Cannonball Adderley was one of the most outstanding and highly respected alto saxophonists in the history of jazz, a blues-based jazzman who could play anything in a superb fashion.

“The release of JAZZ ICONS is like the unearthing of a musical time capsule – an audio-visual treasure trove of the music that changed the world. From an educational standpoint this series is a gift to our culture.” --Quincy Jones

Picture Format: 4:3, b/w, 1 DVD
Sound Format: Mono
Running Time: 99 mins
Region Code: NTSC All
Booklet Languages: E
Territory: Worldwide

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SWITZERLAND ’63 Jessica’s Day, Angel Eyes, Jive Samba, Bohemia After Dark, Dizzy’s Business, Trouble in Mind, Work Song, Unit 7 GERMANY ’63 Jessica’s Day, Brother John, Jive Samba PERSONNEL Nat Adderley, cornet; Yusef Lateef, tenor sax, flute, oboe; Joe Zawinul, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Louis Hayes, drums SPECIAL FEATURES 24 page booklet featuring: -liner notes by John Szwed -foreword by Olga Adderley-Chandler -afterward by Ira Gitler -rare photographs; -memorabilia collage