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  1. JAKI BYARD Vinyl Records and CDs The influences in pianist Jaki Byard's music span a century of jazz history. Until his death in , he was able to play in classical, Stride, Swing, Bop, Post Bop, and avant-garde styles.
  2. 2 LPs on 1 CD Pianist Jaki Byard's second and third LPs as a leader, both of which were recorded in a trio format with Ron Carter on bass. Hi-Fly (New Jazz NJLP) was Byard's third album under his own name and features Pete La Roca on drums, while Here's Jaki (New Jazz NJLP) marks his second record and includes Roy Haynes on drums.3/5(2).
  3. Tommy Flanagan and Jaki Byard are living encyclopedias of jazz history. Byard played with Charles Mingus for many years, given a significant solo spotlight at the onset of the Mingus sets of the early to mid s-"A.T.F.W. (Art Tatum/Fats Waller)" as well as freelancing on some of my favorite dates.5/5(9).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Here's Jaki on Discogs. Label: New Jazz - WWLJ,New Jazz - NJ • Series: Wave Jazz Classics • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Mono • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Here's Jaki - Jaki Byard on AllMusic - - With year-old, metro Detroit bassist Ron.
  6. Here's Jaki, an Album by Jaki Byard. Released in on New Jazz (catalog no. NJ ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Bop. Vinyl LP New Jazz / NJ Here's Jaki Side A ends with a short cover of John Coltrane's much-celebrated "Giant Steps," in one of the earliest recorded cover versions of the tune. Most of the tune is taken at a much.
  7. An amazing album – not just for its tribute to the tune "Giant Steps" – but for the great playing of saxophonist Andrew White! In a move that almost makes him like the Pop-O-Pies of the jazz world, White serves up 7 versions of the same tune – an idea might be a bit odd, when the tune is Coltrane's legendary "Giant Steps", and when White improvises freely to take each version in a whole.
  8. Apr 25,  · At , you hear applause as Flanagan wraps his solo and Jaki Byard gets his time to shine. A slightly chaotic closing section leads to a final melody statement from Byard.

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