Concord 7510

HMMWV: Workhorse of the US Army (Concord 7510) (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Oct. 31, 2015
HMMWV: Workhorse of the US Army (Concord 7510) (Repost)

Carl Schulze - HMMWV: Workhorse of the US Army (Concord 7510)
Concord Publications | 2002 | ISBN: 9623616767 | English | 58 Pages | PDF | 11.71 MB

HMMWV: Workhorse of the US Army (Concord №7510) (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Димарик at May 30, 2012
HMMWV: Workhorse of the US Army (Concord №7510) (repost)

HMMWV: Workhorse of the US Army (Concord №7510)
Concord Publications | 2002 | ISBN: 9623616767 | English | 58 Pages | PDF | 52 MB
Tal Farlow / Hank Jones / Ray Brown / Red Norvo - On Stage (1981) {Concord}

Tal Farlow / Hank Jones / Ray Brown / Red Norvo - On Stage (1981) {Concord}
EAC 0.99pb5 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 241MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 96MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Straight-Ahead Jazz, Bop

Other than a Prestige date in 1969, this was guitarist Tal Farlow's first recording in nearly 17 years. He is heard at a reunion with vibraphonist Red Norvo and matching wits with pianist Hank Jones, bassist Ray Brown and drummer Jake Hanna. Recorded at the 1976 Concord Jazz Festival, this was Farlow's first of six Concord albums, and it led to a slightly higher profile for him than during the past decade. Highlights of the joyous occasion include Norvo's feature on "The One I Love Belongs to Somebody Else," a heated "Lullaby of Birdland" and a colorful rendition of "My Shining Hour." Highly recommended to straight-ahead jazz fans.

Howard Alden - Take Your Pick (1997) {Concord Jazz CCD-4743-2}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at March 19, 2018
Howard Alden - Take Your Pick (1997) {Concord Jazz CCD-4743-2}

Howard Alden - Take Your Pick (1997) {Concord Jazz CCD-4743-2}
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© 1997 Concord Jazz | CCD-4743-2
Jazz / Mainstream Jazz / Guitar

Although best-known for his work in mainstream swing settings, guitarist Howard Alden has long been interested in later periods of jazz. On this superior outing, he doubles on seven-string acoustic and electric guitars (which allow him to add basslines). Lew Tabackin is on four of the ten numbers (three on tenor, one on flute) and pianist Renee Rosnes appears on six songs (including a duet with Alden on "Warm Valley"), while bassist Michael Moore and drummer Bill Goodwin are on seven. Alden takes "My Funny Valentine" and "After All" as unaccompanied solos but it is his meetings with Tabackin, particularly on exciting versions of two complex Herbie Nichols songs ("House Party Starting" and "The Gig") that are most notable. Recommended.
Alexei Lubimov - Ives, Berg & Webern: Concord (2015) [Official Digital Download]

Alexei Lubimov - Ives, Berg & Webern: Concord (2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44.1 kHz | Time - 63:10 minutes | 533 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital Booklet

Alexei Lubimov is a very great pianist and an authentically eclectic musician. Close to the music of today – he has played and recorded works by many contemporary composers and founded the Alternativa festival in Moscow, he is also impas- sioned by early instruments and Baroque music, as well as by all the music in between. This new recording stages the encounter of music of the Second Vienna School with that of the American Charles Ives. And this time, Alexei Lubimov has chosen to play on a modern instrument…

Kenny Burrell - Lotus Blossom (1995) {Concord Jazz CCD-4668}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Nov. 18, 2017
Kenny Burrell - Lotus Blossom (1995) {Concord Jazz CCD-4668}

Kenny Burrell - Lotus Blossom (1995) {Concord Jazz CCD-4668}
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© 1995 Concord Jazz | CCD-4668
Jazz / Bop / Hard Bop / Guitar

Strange as it seems, the main criticism about this CD and about Kenny Burrell's playing during the past couple decades is that he is often overly tasteful. On this set (which has six unaccompanied guitar solos, four duets with bassist Ray Drummond, and three trio numbers with Drummond and drummer Yoron Israel), Burrell is so loving of the melodies that he adds very little of himself other than his beautiful tone. Although the tunes are superior, none of these versions are definitive and the mellow results rarely rise above the level of background music.
Joonas Ahonen, Pekka Kuusisto - Charles Ives: Piano Sonata No.2 'Concord' & Violin Sonata No.4 (2017)

Charles Ives - Piano Sonata No.2 & Violin Sonata No.4 (2017)
'Concord' & 'Children’s Day at the Camp Meeting'
Joonas Ahonen (piano) & Pekka Kuusisto (violin)

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 199 Mb | Artwork included
Classical | Label: BIS | # BIS-2249 SACD | Time: 00:58:55

Charles Ives’s ‘Concord Sonata’ is often described as one of the greatest of American piano works. Published in 1920, at the composer’s own expense, it contains radical experiments in harmony and rhythm and would have to wait until 1939 for its first public performance. In the course of its four movements, Ives depicts some of the famous inhabitants of the small town of Concord in Massachusetts, a centre of the mid-19th century transcendentalism movement. Luminaries of the movement such as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau are alluded to in various ways in music that includes references to Beethoven, religious and patriotic hymns and circus marches, as well as brief ‘guest appearances’ by a viola and a flute. Lasting 47 minutes on the present recording, Ives’s second piano sonata is a massive work of a staggering complexity, and a true challenge for any performer – a challenge more than readily accepted by the young Finnish pianist Joonas Ahonen, who has previously recorded Ligeti’s piano concerto for BIS.

Wayne Bergeron - Plays Well With Others (2007) {Concord}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Nov. 13, 2017
Wayne Bergeron - Plays Well With Others (2007) {Concord}

Wayne Bergeron - Plays Well With Others (2007) {Concord}
EAC 0.99pb5 | FLAC Image level 8 | Cue+Log | Full Scans 300dpi | 399MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 151MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Latin Jazz, Big Band

Journeyman jazz trumpeter Wayne Bergeron delivers a lush and fiery big-band performance on his 2007 album Plays Well with Others. Featuring Bergeron's own big band, the album also includes a guest appearance by iconic high-note trumpeter Maynard Ferguson. Much of the music here is crisply urbane, swinging mainstream jazz in the "little big band" tradition and should appeal to fans of acutely orchestrated ensemble jazz.Bergeron's high-note trumpet work is astonishing.
The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Blue Rondo (1986) {Concord Jazz CCD-4317}

The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Blue Rondo (1986) {Concord Jazz CCD-4317}
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© 1986-87 Concord Jazz | CCD-4317
Jazz / Cool / West Coast Jazz / Piano

The 1987 edition of the Brubeck Quartet featured pianist Brubeck, his son Chris on electric bass and bass trombone, clarinetist Bill Smith and drummer Randy Jones. In addition to remakes of "Blue Rondo à la Turk," "Strange Meadowlark" and "Swing Bells," the leader contributed six new originals including "I See, Satie" and a tribute to Dizzy Gillespie and Stan Getz called "Dizzy's Dream." Bill Smith, who uses electronics with taste on his clarinet during a few songs, has long been a major asset to the later Brubeck Quartets. This is one of their better Concord CDs.
Mel Tormé & George Shearing - The Complete Concord Recordings (2002)

Mel Tormé & George Shearing - The Complete Concord Recordings (2002)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) - 1,54 Gb | Digital booklet - 18 Mb | 05:50:14
Vocal Jazz, Swing | Label: Concord Records

Beside Marty Paich, none of Mel Tormé's collaborators exerted such a large influence on the singer's career as George Shearing, the pianist whose understated, expressive accompaniment contributed to Tormé's resurgence during the early '80s. Their six excellent albums together – two of which, An Evening With… and Top Drawer, earned Grammy awards – proved that classic vocal music had outlasted the long night that was the '70s, and emerged to become a timeless American genre. The pair's work for Concord was usually recorded live in a trio or quartet setting; leaving much space for Shearing solos, Tormé occasionally reprised his big standards ("A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square," "Lullaby of Birdland," "The Folks Who Live on the Hill"), but often searched for more obscure material he could make his own, and often succeeded. Tormé and Shearing were restless innovators, taking on a full album of World War II standards, medleys devoted to songs about New York and by Duke Ellington, and a stunningly broad range of material: "Oleo," "Lili Marlene," "How Do You Say Auf Wiedersehen?," and "Dat Dere."