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    Charlie Parker - Jam Session Full Album

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    Jam Session is an album compiled from a 1952 jam session which brought together three of history's greatest alto saxophonists; Parker, Johnny Hodges and Benny Carter, as well as Ben Webster and Flip Phillips on tenor sax.

    Track listing

    00:00 - 01. Jam Blues (Norman Shrdlu)
    14:44 - 02. What Is This Thing Called Love (Cole Porter)
    30:37 - 03. Ballad Medley
    48:02 - 04. Funky Blues (Johnny Hodges)

    Personnel

    Alto Saxophone – Benny Carter, Charlie Parker, Johnny Hodges
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Drums – J.C. Heard
    Guitar – Barney Kessel
    Piano – Oscar Peterson
    Tenor Saxophone – Ben Webster, Flip Phillips
    Trumpet – Charlie Shavers

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    Charlie Parker - The Best of Charlie Parker volume 1

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    THE BEST OF CHARLIE PARKER VOL.1

    1. Cool Blues 00:00
    2. No problem 3:34
    3. Satan in Hight Heels 12:26
    4. What’s Right for you 15:52
    5. Montage 19:03
    6. Shawnuff 21:15
    7. You and The Night and The Music 25:42
    8. Cheryl 29:02
    9. Lost and Lonely 35:14
    10. Sidewinder 38:51
    11. Abstract Art 41:12
    12. Bongo Bop 44:05
    13. Easy Side Drive 48:56
    14. Jazz Vendor 51:46
    15. Coffee Coffee 56:37
    16. Over the rainbow 1:00:06
    17. Subway Inn 1:02:25
    18. The Hymn 1:06:27
    19. All the things you are 1:12:04
    20. Communion 1:15:25
    21. Lake in the woods 1:21:31
    22. The Feeling of Love 1:25:01
    23. Bongo Beep 1:32:14
    24. From Mundy On 1:36:55
    25. Pittfall 1:40:15
    26. Impulse 1:43:50
    27. Long Knife 1:49:16
    28. Melancholy Madeline 1:51:35
    29. Stop and Listen 1:54:18
    30. Blues For A Stripper 1:59:05
    31. Born Again 2:02:30
    32. Gabriel 2:08:14

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    Charlie Parker - All the things you are

    3:09

    Charles Bird Parker, Jr.
    (1920.08.29.-1955.03.12.)
    All The Things You Are

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    Charlie Parker documentary BBC

    59:09

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    Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie Hot House 1951

    4:23

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    Charlie Parker - Greatest Hits

    1:33:13

    TRACKLIST
    01- 52nd Street Theme 00:11
    02- A Night in Tunisia 05:03
    03- All The Things You Are 08:07
    04- Embraceable You 15:21
    05- Hot House 19:14
    06- Now's The Time 28:24
    07- Perdido 31:34
    08- Salt Peanuts 37:52
    09- Visa 41:47
    10- Wee 44:53
    11- Ballad Medley I Cover The Waterfront 51:40
    12- Scrapple From The Apple 01:01:05
    13- Star Eyes 01:03:53
    14- What's New 01:07:30
    15- Confirmation 01:10:16
    16– Smoke Gets in Your Eyes 01:13:16
    17- I Didn't Know What Time It Was 01:17:58
    18- Out of Nowhere 01:21:12
    19- Ornithology 01:24:30
    20- Things to Come 01:27:28

    Charlie Parker - GREATEST HITS (FULL ALBUM)
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    Charles Charlie Parker, Jr. (August 29, 1920 – March 12, 1955), also known as Yardbird and Bird, was an American jazz saxophonist and composer. Parker was a highly influential jazz soloist and a leading figure in the development of bebop, a form of jazz characterized by fast tempos, virtuosic technique and advanced harmonies. Parker was a blazingly fast virtuoso, and he introduced revolutionary harmonic ideas including rapid passing chords, new variants of altered chords, and chord substitutions. His tone ranged from clean and penetrating to sweet and somber. Parker acquired the nickname Yardbird early in his career. This, and the shortened form Bird, continued to be used for the rest of his life, inspiring the titles of a number of Parker compositions, such as Yardbird Suite, Ornithology, Bird Gets the Worm, and Bird of Paradise. Parker was an icon for the hipster subculture and later the Beat Generation, personifying the jazz musician as an uncompromising artist and intellectual rather than just an entertainer. In the late 1930s Parker began to practice diligently. During this period he mastered improvisation and developed some of the ideas that led to bebop. In an interview with Paul Desmond, he said that he spent three to four years practicing up to 15 hours a day. Bands led by Count Basie and Bennie Moten certainly influenced Parker. He played with local bands in jazz clubs around Kansas City, Missouri, where he perfected his technique, with the assistance of Buster Smith, whose dynamic transitions to double and triple time influenced Parker's developing style. In 1937, Parker played at a jam session at the Reno Club in Kansas City. His attempt to improvise failed when he lost track of the chord changes. This prompted Jo Jones, the drummer for Count Basie's Orchestra, to contemptuously throw a cymbal at his feet as a signal to leave the stage. However, rather than discouraging Parker, the incident caused him to vow to practice harder, and turned out to be a seminal moment in the young musician's career when he returned as a new man a year later. In 1938 Parker joined pianist Jay McShann's territory band. The band toured nightclubs and other venues of the southwest, as well as Chicago and New York City. Parker made his professional recording debut with McShann's band. As a teenager, Parker developed a morphine addiction while hospitalized after an automobile accident, and subsequently became addicted to heroin. He continued using heroin throughout his life, and it ultimately contributed to his death.

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    Charlie Parker - Bird and Diz

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    Charlie Parker - Bird and Diz (1952)

    00:00 Bloomdido
    03:23 My Melancholy Baby
    06:44 Relaxin' With Lee
    09:28 Passport
    12:21 Leap Frog
    14:48 An Oscar for Treadwell
    18:09 Mohawk
    21:41 Visa

    Bird and Diz is a studio album by jazz saxophonist Charlie Parker and trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie. It was recorded primarily on June 6, 1950 in New York City. Two tracks featured on the original pressing, Passport and Visa, were recorded by Parker, without Gillespie and with a different personnel than that of the other tracks, in March and May 1949. The album was originally issued in 1952 in 10 format as a collection of 78 rpm singles on the Verve subsidiary label Clef Records.
    Although produced by Norman Granz, known for large ensembles at the time, the album contains compositions performed with the standard bebop instrumentation of saxophone, trumpet, piano, bass, and drums. In a 1952 four-star review of Bird and Diz, a Down Beat magazine columnist wrote of Granz's contribution to the album's sound, stating Though there is no mention of bop in Norman Granz' notes, we owe him a salvo for reminding us through this LP that this music is still very much alive. It is the final collaborative studio recording by Parker and Gillespie, and has been reissued several times by Verve and PolyGram Records.

    Alto Saxophone – Charlie Parker
    Bass – Curly Russell
    Cover – David Stone Martin
    Drums – Buddy Rich
    Piano – Thelonious Monk
    Supervised By, Liner Notes – Norman Granz
    Trumpet – Dizzy Gillespie

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    Charlie Parker - Ornithology

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    Charlie Parker - Summertime

    2:51

    Summertime, Version instummental

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    Charlie Parker Autumn in New York

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    Autumn in New York composed by Vernon Duke in 1934 for the Broadway musical Thumbs Up! was recorded by Charlie Parker as part of his album, Charlie Parker with Strings, on the Clef label on November 30, 1949. It is available on a Verve CD, Charlie Parker with Strings, The Master Takes. Personnel on the album included Mitch Miller on oboe, Ray Brown on bass, and Buddy Rich on drums. Charlie Parker was the greatest saxophone player of all time. Bird lives! I do not own the right to the song, audio, or images contained in this video. The sound recording is administered by Kontor New Media & AdShare MG for a Third Party . No copyright infringement is intended. This purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.

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    Mark Jordan - Charlie Parker loves me.wmv

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    Marc Jordan is a Canadian singer-songwriter, record producer, session musician, and actor.
    Genres Rock, Jazz fusion, smooth jazz

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    Charlie Parker and Coleman Hawkins

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    Charlie Parker and Coleman Hawkins. Recorded in 1950.

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    Confirmation - Charlie Parker

    2:30

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    Dennis Kresin playing his attempt of Charlie Parker's s Confirmation on guitar.

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    The Best of Charlie Parker

    1:45:32

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    00:00 Donna Lee
    03:01 My Old Flame
    06:17 Ornithology
    13:58 Now's the Time
    17:24 Lover Man
    20:48 Blues for Alice
    23:36 Round Midnite
    28:42 My Melancholy Baby
    32:05 She Rote
    35:14 Mohawk
    39:01 Half Nelson
    41:52 Au Privave
    44:38 I Get a Kick out of You
    49:31 Star Eyes
    53:06 Dexterity
    56:01 I've Got You Under My Skin
    59:36 K. C. Blues
    01:03:02 Swedish Schnapps
    01:06:14 Bebop
    01:09:08 Chasin' the Bird
    01:12:04 Leap Frog
    01:14:32 I Love Paris
    01:19:41 Milestones
    01:22:26 Old Folks
    01:26:01 Relaxin' with Lee
    01:29:54 Bloomdido
    01:33:16 In the Still of the Night
    01:36:41 Just One of Those Things
    01:39:23 Back Home Blues
    01:42:12 Why Do I Love You

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    Charlie Parker - Nows The Time

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    NOW'S THE TIME
    original sound track

    Brano dell'omonimo album di Charlie Parker del 1945

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    Charlie Parker - Cherokee 1942 - solo transcription

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    Non ending debate between many musicians : did Bird already say everything about Cherokee in september 1942 ? Make up your mind with this solo transcription (for Eb instruments)
    Just for fun : try this easy Jazz Blind Test :
    Transcription : Hubert Cropsal

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    Charlie Parker and Buddy Rich 1950 Celerity

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    Charlie Parker and Buddy Rich 1950

    this is back before you could videotape live audio and simultaneous video. If you watch closely they are lip syncing, but who cares?, it's real Bird! Recorded in a music studio, and videotaped later.
    (update Oct 2, 2014: there is now a title I didn't put here Celebrity which I think is wrong. I'm trying to delete it. What is the title? Anybody know?)

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    Charlie Parker - Jam Session 1952

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    Enjoy this legendary jam I just recently came across again, love it!
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    Recorded in Los Angeles, June 1952

    Set

    1 Jam Blues 14:33

    2 What Is This Thing Called Love 15:49

    3 Ballad Medley (17:13)
    3.1 All The Things You Are
    3.2 Dearly Beloved
    3.3 The Nearness Of You
    3.4 I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You)
    3.5 Everything Happens To Me
    3.6 The Man I Love
    3.7 What's New?
    3.8 Someone To Watch Over Me
    3.9 Isn't It Romantic

    4 Funky Blues 13:28


    Guests

    Alto Saxophone – Benny Carter, Charlie Parker, Johnny Hodges
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Drums – J.C. Heard
    Guitar – Barney Kessel
    Piano – Oscar Peterson
    Tenor Saxophone – Ben Webster, Flip Phillips
    Trumpet – Charlie Shavers

    Review

    Charlie Bird Parker was a peerless musician who needs no further introduction. Despite his vast discography, there are few good-sounding recordings where the majority of the tunes run any more than 5 minutes in length. Jam Sessions is one of the notable exceptions. Backed by an all-star band (including such giants as Johnny Hodges, Ben Webster, Benny Carter, and Oscar Peterson), Parker stretches with leisurely exuberance across lengthy jams (every track is over 13 minutes). The assembled talent really come together and hit their stride on the album's two blues numbers. Jam Blues kicks off the record in an up-tempo, surging forward with one inspired solo after another, including a genius guitar solo by the great Barney Kessel, who swings with an almost rockabilly edge. Trumpeter Charlie Shavers and saxophonist Flip Phillips deserve much greater acknowledgment after their work on these sessions. Funky Blues is the closest we can come to actually seeing the Bird soar in an after-hours jam session. This easy-paced blues unfolds deliciously, with each solo building on top of the preceding one, as these musicians converge on the bluesy heart of their playing. Benny Carter's alto rarely sounded sweeter, and Ben Webster's breathy tenor deserves honors. The album's two ballads balance out the program, and are of fine quality, if not a little too pretty. But the real reason that you must hear this recording is to experience the swinging sensation of its soulful blues.
    By JOHN BALLON
    October 29, 2003 on allaboutjazz.com

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    The Many Faces of BIRD The Music of Charlie Parker

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    Charlie Parker - Bebop

    2:50

    Bird: Charlie Parker on Dial (Volume 1) - Song 16 of 16

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    Jazz Drum Cover Bongo Beep Bebop Tribute to Charlie Parker on Vintage Gretsch Round Badge Drumset

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    This song is from the album Parker's Mood by the The Roy Hargrove/Christian McBride/Stephen Scott Trio. It's a killer record that I urge you to go out and purchase. I'm planning to have more to come from this one.

    The personnel on the recording is:
    Roy Hargrove - Trumpet
    Christian McBride - Bass
    Stephen Scott - Piano

    I am adding the drums as there were none on the original recording.

    The gear I'm playing is as follows:

    Drums: 1960's Vintage Gretsch Round Badge in Champagne Sparkle - 6 ply shells
    Tom - 8 x 12
    Floor tom - 14 x 14
    Kick drum - 14 x 20

    Snare - 1950's Gretsch 3 ply 6.5 x 14 with micro sensitive strainer and very well worn Remo diplomat head.

    Cymbals L - R :
    14 Istanbul Agop Special Edition Jazz Hihat
    22 Istanbul Mel Lewis Ride with two rivets added
    22 Istanbul Agop 30th Anniversary Ride

    I moved the camera down so the pattern played on the floor tom rim could be seen better, but I'm sorry it cut out that beautiful Mel Lewis cymbal.

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    Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie - Perdido

    8:17

    Charlie Parker from the album Complete Jazz at Massey Hall (1953)
    Featuring Dizzy Gillespie, Bud Powel, Charles Mingus & Max Roach

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    Parkers Mood - Charlie Parker

    3:10

    From the album 'Bird'.

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    Charlie Parker - Yardbird Suite

    3:01

    Charlie Parker Yardbird Suite (Take 4 Dial Master) 1946 Charlie Bird Parker Septet:Miles Davis (trumpet), Charlie Parker (alto sax), Lucky Thompson (tenor sax), Dodo Marmarosa (piano), Arvin Garrison (guitar), Vic McMillan (bass), Roy Porter (drums).

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    April In Paris - Charlie Parker

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    April In Paris - Charlie Parker
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    Charlie Parker Just Friends on Alto Saxophone

    3:33

    I have had some time to practice this and thought I would share it.

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    Charlie Parker ‎– Live At Rockland Palace September 26, 1952

    1:4:14

    Alto Saxophone – Charlie Parker
    Bass – Teddy Kotick
    Drums – Max Roach
    Guitar – Mundell Lowe
    Piano – Walter Bishop

    Recorded: Rockland Palace Dance Hall, New York City, September 26 1952.


    Disc 1
    A1 Rocker #1 0:00
    A2 Moose The Mooche 3:57
    A3 Just Friends 8:51
    A4 My Little Suede Shoes 11:55
    A5 I'll Remember April (Theme) 16:05
    B1 Sly Mongoose 17:22
    B2 Laura 22:15
    B3 Star Eyes 25:15
    B4 This Time The Dream's On Me 27:46
    B5 Easy To Love 33:51

    Disc 2
    C1 Cool Blues 35:43
    C2 What Is This Thing Called Love 39:01
    C3 I Didn't Know What Time It Was 41:08
    C4 Repetition 43:44
    C5 Lester Leaps In 46:25
    D1 East Of The Sun 50:12
    D2 April In Paris 53:21
    D3 Out Of Nowhere 56:12
    D4 Rocker #2 59:00





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    Charlie Bird Parker - Yardbird Suite

    3:01

    Charlie Bird Parker - Yardbird Suite ALL RIGHTS GO TO THEM/FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY Please rate, comment, and check out my other metal/jazz videos. Thanks for watching.

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    Charlie Parker With Strings - The Master Takes - History of Jazz Music

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    Charlie Parker - Charlie Parker With Strings (1950)

    00:00 Just Friends (1949)
    03:28 Everything Happens To Me (1949)
    06:42 April In Paris (1949)
    09:46 Summertime (1949)
    12:30 I Didn't Know What Time It Was (1949)
    15:41 If I Should Lose You (1949)

    Charles Charlie Parker, Jr. (August 29, 1920 – March 12, 1955), also known as Yardbird and Bird, was an American jazz saxophonist and composer.
    Parker was a highly influential jazz soloist and a leading figure in the development of bebop, a form of jazz characterized by fast tempos, virtuosic technique and advanced harmonies. Parker was a blazingly fast virtuoso, and he introduced revolutionary harmonic ideas including rapid passing chords, new variants of altered chords, and chord substitutions. His tone ranged from clean and penetrating to sweet and somber. Parker acquired the nickname Yardbird early in his career. This, and the shortened form Bird, continued to be used for the rest of his life, inspiring the titles of a number of Parker compositions, such as Yardbird Suite, Ornithology, Bird Gets the Worm, and Bird of Paradise. Parker was an icon for the hipster subculture and later the Beat Generation, personifying the jazz musician as an uncompromising artist and intellectual rather than just an entertainer.
    ROM WIKIPEDIA:
    Charlie Parker with Strings is a compilation album by jazz musician Charlie Parker, released by Verve Records in January 1995. It is based on recording sessions originally issued as two albums released in 1950 on Mercury Records. The sessions place Parker in the context of a small classical string section and a jazz rhythm section, rather than his standard bebop quintet. They were Parker's most popular sellers during his lifetime, and were admitted to the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1988.
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    Charlie Parker ‎– Montréal Full Album

    47:58

    -Reccorded:
    (tracks 1-7) Chez Parée, Stanley St., Montréal, February 7, 1953
    (tracks 8-12 )CBC Studios, Dorchester Blvd., Montréal, February 5, 1953
    _________________________________________________________________
    -Tracklist:
    1 Intro Chez Parée 0:52
    2 Ornithology 4:08
    3 Cool Blues 7:32
    4 I'll Remember April 5:39
    5 Moose The Mooche 5:14
    6 Embraceable You 3:42
    7 Now's The Time 7:41
    8 Intro TV Program 0:24
    9 Cool Blues 1:58
    10 Bernie's Tune 3:13
    11 Don't Blame Me 3:24
    12 Wahoo (Perdido) 3:28
    13 Closing 0:17
    _________________________________________________________________
    -Personnel:
    Alto Saxophone – Charlie Parker (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 9, 11, 12)
    Bass – Bob Rudd (2) (tracks: 5 to 7), Hal Gaylor* (tracks: 1 to 4), Neil Michaud (tracks: 9 to 12)
    Drums – Billy Graham (5) (tracks: 1 to 4), Bobby Malloy (tracks: 5 to 7), Ted Paskert (tracks: 9 to 12)
    Guitar – Dick Garcia
    Piano – Paul Bley (tracks: 9 to 12), Steep Wade (tracks: 5 to 7), Valdo Williams (tracks: 1 to 4)
    Tenor Saxophone – Brew Moore (tracks: 10, 12)
    _________________________________________________________________

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    Charlie Parker - Passport

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    Passport by Charlie Parker from the album Bird and Diz
    Released 2015-05-08 on Not Now Music
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    By any yardstick, alto saxophonist Charlie Parker and trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie were musical innovators. The harmonic and rhythmic revolution known as bebop in which they played major roles succeeded the big-band swing era of the Thirties and Forties and is considered the first kind of modern jazz. Enjoy Bird and Diz together and solo, at their brilliant best, both live and in the studio with these 3 albums: Bird And Diz, Jazz At Massey Hall and Diz 'N' Bird In Concert.
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    Charlie Parker- Confirmation

    3:01

    A Classic

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    Charlie Parker 1

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    My edit of Norman Granz's documentary Improvisation' Featuring Charlie Parker (Alto Sax), Coleman Hawkins (Tenor Sax), Buddy Rich (Drums), Hank Jones (Piano) and Ray Brown (Bass)

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    Ornithology by Charlie Parker

    2:59

    I do not own any of the pictures or the song. Here is the AMAZING Charlie Parker playing Ornithology.

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    Charlie Parker - A Night in Tunisia

    3:04

    From the 2005 Membran box set Now's The Time.
    Disc 2, Track 15.
    The Famous Alto Break from 1:17.

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    Miles Davis & Charlie Parker - A Night In Tunisia

    3:07

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    Summertime Charlie Parker

    2:49

    Summertime, composed by George Gershwin for the 1935 opera Porgy and Bess with lyrics by DuBose Heyward and Ira Gershwin, was recorded by Charlie Parker as part of his album, Charlie Parker with Strings, on the Clef label on November 30, 1949. Considered to be one of his finest albums, it is now available on a Verve CD, Charlie Parker with Strings, The Master Takes. Personnel on the album included Mitch Miller on oboe, Ray Brown on bass, and Buddy Rich on drums. The sound recording is administered by Warner Chappell & AdShare MG for a Third Party . No copyright infringement is intended. This purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.

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    Charlie Parker: One Night in Birdland

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    Long out-of-print Columbia LP set of Bird's appearance at Birdland in 1950, featuring Fats Navarro, Bud Powell, Curly Russell and Art Blakey.

    A1 Wahoo 6:34
    A2 'Round Midnight 5:07
    A3 This Time The Dream's On Me 6:13
    A4 Dizzy Atmosphere 6:52
    B1 Night In Tunisia 5:38
    B2 Move 6:30
    B3 The Street Beat 9:27
    C1 Out Of Nowhere 6:20
    C2 Little Willie Leaps / 52nd Street Theme 5:44
    C3 Ornithology 7:50
    D1 I'll Remember April / 52nd Street Theme 9:23
    D2 Embraceable You 6:20
    D3 Cool Blues / 52nd Street Theme 9:09

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    Charlie Parker - Bird In Boston - Live At The Hi-Hat 1953-1954

    2:19:49

    1-1 Opening announcements by SST and Bird 0:40
    1-2 Cool Blues 5:38
    1-3 Scrapple From The Apple 7:11
    1-4 SST Introduces The Members Of The Band 0:57
    1-5 Laura 6:34
    1-6 SST Talks To Bird Introduces The Next Tune 0:53
    1-7 Cheryl 5:43
    1-8 Ornithology 6:24
    1-9 52nd Street And Closing Announcements 1:29
    1-10 SST Introduces Bird 0:09
    1-11 Ornithology 7:44
    1-12 SST And Bird Introduce The Next Number 0:30
    1-13 My Little Suede Shoes 7:09
    1-14 Bird Introduces The Next Tune 0:28
    1-15 Now's The Time 6:57
    1-16 Groovin' High 6:02
    2-1 Cool Blues 6:48
    2-2 Out Of Nowhere 5:42
    2-3 My Funny Valentine 6:32
    2-4 Ornithology 4:56
    2-5 Cool Blues 6:09
    2-6 My Little Suede Shoes (Incomplete) 6:01
    2-7 Bird Talks To SST 1:01
    2-8 Ornithology 7:35
    2-9 SST Introduces The Hi-Hat All Stars And Talks To Bird 1:23
    2-10 Out Of Nowhere 4:22
    2-11 Jumpin' With Symphony Sid And Closing Announcements by SST 2:34
    2-12 Now's The Time 9:13
    2-13 SST And Bird Introduce The The Hi-Hat All Stars 0:50
    2-14 Out Of Nowhere 5:48
    2-15 My Little Suede Shoes 5:01
    2-16 Jumpin' With Symphony Sid And Closing Announcements by SST 1:07
    Credits

    Alto Saxophone – Charlie Parker
    Bass – Bernie Griggs (tracks: 1-1 to 1-9, 2-1 to 2-4), Jimmy Woode (tracks: 1-10 to 1-16, 2-5 to 2-16)
    Drums – Bill Graham (tracks: 1-1 to 1-9, 2-1 to 2-4), George Solano (tracks: 2-12 to 2-16), Marquis Foster (tracks: 1-10 to 1-16, 2-5 to 2-11)
    Piano – Dean Earle (tracks: 1-1 to 1-9, 2-1 to 2-4), Rollins Griffith (tracks: 1-10 to 1-16, 2-5 to 2-16)
    Tenor Saxophone – Jay Migliori (tracks: 2-12 to 2-16)
    Trumpet – Herb Pomeroy (tracks: 1-1 to 1-9, 2-1 to 2-4), Herbie Williams (tracks: 1-10 to 1-16, 2-5 to 2-16)

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    Charlie Parker - Ive Got Rhythm

    5:55

    I've got rythm by G.Gershwin performed by Charlie parker

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    Confirmation / Jackie McLean /(映像Charlie Parker)

    5:04

    VERVE RECORD 創立50周年記念 カーネギーホール・JAZZフェスティバル
    Verve 50th Anniversary Concert「ジャズの先駆者たちに捧げる」1994年4月6日

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    CHARLIE PARKER GUITAR LICKS - Charlie Parker Lines For Guitar

    16:27

    Note for note Charlie Parker guitar licks incl TAB & Playalong. Detailed explanation on Charlie Parker bebop licks idiom.

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    Charlie Parker was one of the inventors of Bebop. In this jazz guitar lesson we'll be looking at some of Charlie Parker's trademark licks.
    I'll show you in depth, what tools he used to achieve his great sound. WE'll be looking at his usage of arpeggios, superimpositions and rhythmic phrasing. I'll showcase five Charlie Parker guitar lines, that include all of the above and much more.

    Let's go back to Minton's Playhouse in the late 30s, beginning 40's, when Charlie Parker and some of his friends like Dizzy Gillespie fooled around with new ideas on how to make jazz sound more interesting. They started to target upper chord tones in their bebop licks and thus created a whole new jazz idiom.

    I will teach you, how he targeted those new notes to create this unique sound. All five Charlie Parker licks for guitar will be shown in regular notation in the video tutorial. If you need TABS, you can download my Charlie Parker guitar tab for these five licks from the link above.
    I've also made Backing tracks, so you can start practicing your Charlie Parker lines for guitar right away. No more excuses ;-)

    Let's dive into this fascinating world of Charlie Parker Bebop licks for guitar. Ive' tried to select the best Charlie Parker licks only!

    Mix them with the licks and lines you already know and create your own unique sound. Maybe we'll hear about you in the future.

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    All Of Me - Charlie Parker

    3:41

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    Sonny Rollins - Why Charlie Parker Is Still Important

    1:54

    From his Google Hangout Sonny Rollins Meets His Fans, the Saxophone Colossus offers his thoughts on Charlie Parker. Sonny's new recording, Road Shows, vol. 3 is here:

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    Charlie Parker - Groovin High

    6:08

    Charlie Parker (alt. sax),
    Herbie Williams (tromp.), Rollins Griffith (Piano), Jimmy Woode (bass), Marquis Foster (drums)
    Dec. 1953

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    Charlie Parker, Chet Baker, Sonny Criss – On The Coast

    42:03

    Charlie Parker, Chet Baker, Sonny Criss – On The Coast
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    Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo

    00:02 A1 The Squirrel
    14:35 A2 They Didn't Believe Me

    20:53 B1 Indiana
    32:08 B2 Liza


    Recorded At – Trade Winds Club , Inglewood ,California

    Harry Babasin All Stars :
    Alto Saxophone – Charlie Parker, Sonny Criss
    Bass – Harry Babasin
    Drums – Lawrence Marable
    Piano – Donn Trenner
    Trumpet – Chet Baker

    Recorded 6-16-52.


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    Ornithology/Charlie Parker Sonny Stitts Solo Transcription.

    3:54

    Ornithology/Charlie Parker. Sonny Stitt's Solo Transcription. CD: Stitt Plays Bird. Transcribed by Carles Margarit
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    Chromatic Harmonica | Jazz Bebop Transcription | Charlie Parker

    1:46

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    5 Charlie Parker Licks - How To Play Bebop Blues

    10:12

    If you want to study Jazz Blues and learn how to play solos that really mix Bebop lines and Blues licks then one of the best sources has to be Charlie Parker!
    In this video I am going to go over 5 Charlie Parker licks from him and this is fantastic material for playing changes and getting that mix of bebop lines with blues phrasing.

    The Licks are also great examples of how to create melodic ideas that last several bars and connect several phrases which are also why Parker clearly was a genius innovator in Jazz.

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    Edited by Luciano Poli

    0:00 Intro
    0:35 Example 1 - The Famous Solo Opening
    0:40 Analysis
    1:43 Example 1 - Slow
    1:50 Parker Not Playing Dom7th Chords on the Blues
    2:22 Example 2 - Real Blues Phrasing
    2:28 Analysis of Example 2
    2:52 Motivic Improvisation with Parker
    3:34 The F major - F minor Trick
    4:39 Example 2 - Slow
    4:45 Example 3 - Swing Riff Melodies
    4:53 Analysis of Example 3
    6:50 Example 3 - Slow
    7:20 Example 4 - Blues Chromaticism and Bebop Arpeggios
    7:23 Analysis of Example 4
    8:15 Example 4 - Slow
    8:17 John Scofield and Charlie Parker
    8:59 Example 5 - Start in Blues end in Bebop
    9:02 Analysis of Example 5
    9:38 Example 5 - Slow
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    Charlie Parker 1949 - Lover Come Back to Me

    15:37

    Charlie Parker (as), Sonny Criss (as), Flip Phillips (ts), Fats Navarro (tp), Tommy Turk (tb), Hank Jones (p), Ray Brown (b),Shelly Manne (ds)
    Album:Charlie Parker / Carnegie Hall Performances
    Recorded: NY, February 11,1949

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