Ellis Marsalis, Makoto Ozone – Pure Pleasure For The Piano (2011) 320kbps

Artist:Ellis Marsalis, Makoto Ozone
title:Pure Pleasure For The Piano
Year Of Release:2011
Label:Decca Records
Quality:Mp3 / 320kbps
Total Time:46:46 min
Total Size:107 MB
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Ellis Marsalis, Makoto Ozone – Pure Pleasure For The Piano (2011) 320kbps
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01. Confusing Blues
02. Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans?
03. Sweet Georgia Brown
04. A Moment Alone
05. Emily
06. Longing For The Past
07. What Is This Thing Called Love
08. Struttin’ With Some Barbecue
It is a bit ironic that Ellis Marsalis had to wait for sons Wynton and Branford to get famous before he was able to record on a regular basis, but Ellis finally received his long-overdue recognition. The father of six sons (including Wynton, Branford, Delfeayo, and Jason), Ellis Marsalis’ main importance to jazz may very well be as a jazz educator; his former pupils (in addition to his sons) include Terence Blanchard, Donald Harrison, Harry Connick, Jr., Nicholas Payton, and Kent and Marlon Jordan, among others. He started out as a tenor saxophonist, switching to piano while in high school. Marsalis was one of the few New Orleans musicians of the era who did not specialize in Dixieland or rhythm & blues. He played with fellow modernists (including Ed Blackwell) in the late ’50s with AFO, recorded with Cannonball and Nat Adderley in the 1960s, played with Al Hirt (1967-1970), and was busy as a teacher. Marsalis freelanced in New Orleans during the 1970s and taught at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts. He recorded with Wynton and Branford on Father and Sons in 1982, an album that they shared with Chico and Von Freeman. After that, Marsalis recorded for ELM, Spindletop (a duet session with Eddie Harris), Rounder, Blue Note, and Columbia, issuing Twelve’s It on the latter in 1998. Duke in Blue followed a year later. Since that time, Marsalis has kept busy releasing Afternoon Session, An Open Letter to Thelonious, and Ruminations. ~ Scott Yanow
Personnel: Alto Saxophone – Branford Marsalis (tracks: 8); Piano – Ellis Marsalis, Makoto Ozone

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