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    Freddie Hubbard Quintet feat. Kenny Garrett Jazzfest Berlin 1985 Complete

    1:27:34

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    Freddie Hubbard Quintet feat. Kenny Garrett - Jazzfest Berlin 1985 - Part 1

    30:25

    Freddie Hubbard Quintet feat. Kenny Garrett - Jazzfest Berlin 1985 - Part 1

    Berlin Jazz Festival, Germany - 1985-11-02

    Freddie Hubbard - Trumpet, Flugelhorn
    Kenny Garrett - Alto Saxophone, Flute
    Mark Templeton - Piano
    Ira Coleman - Double Bass
    Carl Allen - Drums

    + Dizzy Gillespie & Woody Shaw - Trumpet

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    Freddie Hubbard Quintet feat. Kenny Garrett - Jazzfest Berlin 1985 - Part 3

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    Freddie Hubbard Quintet feat. Kenny Garrett - Jazzfest Berlin 1985 - Part 3 - guests: Woody Shaw & Dizzy Gillespie

    Berlin Jazz Festival, Germany - 1985-11-02

    Freddie Hubbard - Trumpet, Flugelhorn
    Kenny Garrett - Alto Saxophone, Flute
    Mark Templeton - Piano
    Ira Coleman - Double Bass
    Carl Allen - Drums

    + Dizzy Gillespie & Woody Shaw - Trumpet

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    KENNY GARRETT QUINTET. JAZZ SAN JAVIER 2018.

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    KENNY GARRETT QUINTET. 14 JULIO 2018. JAZZ SAN JAVIER 2018.

    Considerado como “el más importante saxofonista alto de su generación” por el Washington Post y “Uno de los más admirados saxofonistas altos en el jazz después de Charlie Parker” por el New York Times, Kenny Garrett es uno de los más prestigiosos saxofonistas del post-bop jazz, y tanto con el saxofón como con la flauta, ganó gran prestigio como miembro de la Orquesta de Duke Ellington y como miembro de la banda de Miles Davis. Ganador de un premio Grammy, su carrera posterior ha sido impresionante, tocando y grabando discos con la flor y nata del jazz; por nombrar sólo unos pocos: Art Blakey, Joe Henderson, Brad Mehldau, Freddie Hubbard, McCoy Tyner, Marcus Miller, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Bobby Hutcherson o Elvin Jones. Una excelente ocasión para disfrutar de la música de este grande del saxo, por primera vez en Jazz San Javier.

    Formación:

    Kenny Garrett (saxos)
    Vernell Brown (piano)
    Corcoran Holt (contrabajo)
    Samuel Laviso (batería)
    Rudy Bird (percusión)

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    Freddie Hubbard Quintet 1983 - Dolphin Dance

    20:56

    Freddie Hubbard (tp,flh), Bob Sheppard (ts,ss), Billy Childs (p), Bob Bowman (b), Eddie Marshall (ds)
    Album: Freddie Hubbard / Live
    Recorded:Live at the Douglas Beach House, Half Moon Bay, CA, November 20, 1983

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    Kenny Garrett - Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra Dolphin Dance

    3:52

    Dolphin Dance arr by Bob Mintzer
    Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra
    cir. 1982 with:
    Saxes:
    Dick Oatts, Kenny Garrett (solo), Joe Lovano, Gary Pribeck, Gary Smulyan
    Trombones:
    John Mosca (solo), Ed Neumeister, Douglas Purviance, Earl McIntyre
    Earl Gardner, Joe Mosello, Tom Harrell, John Marshall
    Stephanie Fauber: French Horn
    Piano: Jim McNeely
    Bass: Dennis Irwin
    Drums: Mel Lewis

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    Freddie Hubbard - Dolphin dance

    14:29

    Ancona jazz 25/10/1985
    Freddie Hubbard - Flugelhorn
    Kenny Garrett - Alto sax
    Mark Templeton - Piano
    Ira Coleman - Bass
    Carl Allen - Drums

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    Carl Allen - Freddie Hubbard - Kenny Garrett - Mark Templeton - Ira Coleman: One Of A Kind

    14:36

    Carl Allen - Freddie Hubbard - Kenny Garrett - Mark Templeton - Ira Coleman: One Of A Kind - Berlin Jazz Festival - Germany - 1985
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    kenny garrett

    10:25

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    Freddie Hubbard - Little sunflower

    20:30

    Ancona jazz 25/10/1985
    Freddie Hubbard - Flugelhorn
    Kenny Garrett - Alto sax
    Mark Templeton - Piano
    Ira Coleman - Bass
    Carl Allen - Drums

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    The Eternal Triangle - Freddie Hubbard & Woody Shaw

    7:50

    Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
    Woody Shaw (trumpet)
    Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone)
    Mulgrew Miller (piano)
    Ray Drummond (bass)
    Call Allen (drums)

    Freddie Hubbard is heard in the left channel and Woody Shaw in the right.

    The Eternal Triange (11-12,1987)

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    Freddie Hubbard - Red clay

    13:57

    Ancona jazz 25/10/1985
    Freddie Hubbard - Trumpet
    Kenny Garrett - Alto sax
    Mark Templeton - Piano
    Ira Coleman - Bass
    Carl Allen - Drums

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    Freddie Hubbard - Thermo

    14:32

    Ancona jazz 25/10/1985
    Freddie Hubbard - Trumpet
    Kenny Garrett - Alto sax
    Mark Templeton - Piano
    Ira Coleman - Bass
    Carl Allen - Drums

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    Kenny Garrett One Finger Snap - at the Sweet Basil Jazz Club NYC

    21:18

    The Kenny Garrett Quartet :

    Kenny Garrett - alto sax
    Nat Reeves - stand base
    Nick Smith - piano
    Marcus Baylor - drums

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    Young Kenny Garrett

    9:15

    Mel Lewis and the Jazz Orchestra - Dolphin Dance featuring Kenny Garrett and John Mosca. Band includes Joe Lovano, Jim McNeely, Gary Smulyan and Tom Harrell.

    Kenny Garrett was born in Detroit, Michigan, on October 9, 1960;] he is a 1978 graduate of Mackenzie High School. His father was a carpenter who played tenor saxophone as a hobby. Garrett's own career as a saxophonist took off when he joined the Duke Ellington Orchestra in 1978, then led by Duke's son, Mercer Ellington. A few years later he performed in the Mel Lewis Orchestra, playing the music of Thad Jones, and also the Dannie Richmond Quartet, focusing on Charles Mingus's music.
    In 1984, he recorded his first album as a bandleader, Introducing Kenny Garrett, on the CrissCross label. He then recorded two albums with Atlantic Records: Prisoner of Love and African Exchange Student. Since 1990 the majority of Garrett albums are co-produced by pianist/composer Donald Brown. Garrett signed to the Warner Bros. Records label, and beginning with Black Hope, in 1992, he has continued to record with them. Among his recordings on Warner Bros. are Pursuance: The Music of John Coltrane, recorded in 1996, and Songbook, his first album made up entirely of his own compositions, recorded in 1997 and nominated for a Grammy Award. During his career, Garrett has performed and recorded with many jazz greats such as Miles Davis, Art Blakey, Joe Henderson, Brad Mehldau, Freddie Hubbard, Woody Shaw, McCoy Tyner, Pharoah Sanders, Brian Blade, Marcus Miller, Chick Corea, John McLaughlin, Herbie Hancock, Bobby Hutcherson, Ron Carter, Elvin Jones, and Mulgrew Miller. Garrett's music sometimes exhibits Asian influences, an aspect which is especially prevalent in his 2006 Grammy-nominated recording, Beyond the Wall.
    Garrett is best known in many circles for the five years he spent playing with Miles Davis during Davis's electric period, and has stated that he has become accustomed to this association:

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    Freddie Hubbard - A night in Tunisia

    16:56

    Ancona jazz 25/10/1985
    Freddie Hubbard - Trumpet
    Kenny Garrett - Alto sax
    Mark Templeton - Piano
    Ira Coleman - Bass
    Carl Allen - Drums

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    Down Under - Freddie Hubbard & Woody Shaw

    7:36

    Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
    Woody Shaw (trumpet)
    Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone)
    Mulgrew Miller (piano)
    Ray Drummond (bass)
    Call Allen (drums)

    Freddie Hubbard is heard in the left channel and Woody Shaw in the right.

    The Eternal Triange (11-12,1987)

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    Sandu - Freddie Hubbard / Woody Shaw

    4:29

    Freddie Hubbard: trumpet, flugelhorn; Woody Shaw: trumpet; Kenny Garrett: alto saxophone, flute; Mulgrew Miller: piano; Cecil McBee: bass; Carl Allen: drums.

    Recorded November 21-22, 1985

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    Freddie Hubbard October 1985 Subway, Köln

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    Freddie Hubbard October 1985 Subway, Köln
    Freddie Hubbard tp, flh / Kenny Garrett as / Mark Templeton p / Ira Coleman b / Carl Allen dr
    Thermo
    One of a time
    Birdlike
    Up jump spring
    Interpid fox

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    Kenny Garrett - Solo on Chasing the Wind

    2:50

    10/20/2017 Moscow, Russia.

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    FREDDIE HUBBARD Quintet - Live in Italy - Ancona Jazz 1985

    2:1:57

    The Jazz Researcher

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    Kenny Garrett Quartet feat. Kenny Kirkland Jazz Baltica

    1:4:24

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    Kenny Garrett Quintet, Happy People, April 1st, 2013, Jazz Club Hannover

    5:43

    Kenny and his brilliant band @ the sold out jazz club in Hannover. The song Happy People features his furious alto sax accompanied by Vernell Brown (p), Corcoran Holt (b), McClenty Hunter (dr), Rudy Bird (congas, perc).

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    Kenny Garrett - Equinox

    7:40

    from Pursuance (1996), Warner.

    Kenny Garrett - alto saxophone ;
    Pat Metheny - guitar ;
    Rodney Whitaker - bass ;
    Brian Blade - drums.

    Written by John Coltrane.
    Produced by Matt Pierson & Kenny Garrett.

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    Kenny Garrett - Brother Hubbard

    6:35

    From The album - Songbook 1997

    Kenny Garrett - Alto Sax
    Kenny Kirkland - Piano
    Nat Reeves - Bass
    Jeff Tain Watts - Drums

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    Those 7 Times Freddie Hubbard Went Beast Mode

    16:33

    Here are 7 freaky Freddie moments from the career of the fire-breathing, high-flying, floor-shaking, range-defying trumpeter himself, the one and only Frederick Dewayne Hubbard.

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    [1] 0:00 - Thermo (Berlin 1985)
    Freddie Hubbard - Trumpet, Flugelhorn
    Kenny Garrett - Alto Saxophone, Flute
    Mark Templeton - Piano
    Ira Coleman - Double Bass
    Carl Allen - Drums


    [2] 2:08 - Intrepid Fox (Paris 1973)
    Freddie Hubbard - Trumpet
    Junior Cook - Tenor Sax, Flute
    George Cables - Electric Piano
    Kent Brinkley - Bass
    Michael Carvin - Drums


    [3] 5:06 - First Light (1981)
    Freddie Hubbard - Trumpet
    Billy Childs - Rhodes
    (Help me out with the rest?)


    [4] 7:05 - One by One (Japan 1982)
    Art Blakey - drums
    Freddie Hubbard - trumpet
    John O'Neal - piano
    Charles Fambrough - bass


    [5] 10:37 - Birdlike (Norway 1967)
    Freddie Hubbard - Trumpet
    Kenny Drew - piano
    NHØP - bass
    Alex Riel - Drums


    [6] 12:44 - I Remember Clifford (1984)
    Freddie Hubbard - trumpet
    Art Blakey - drums
    Walter Davis Jr - piano
    Buster Williams - bass


    [7] 14:46 - Fantasy in D (NYC, 1982?)
    Freddie Hubbard - trumpet
    Ron Carter - bass
    Cedar Walton - piano
    Lenny White - drums


    In the pantheon of jazz trumpeters, Freddie Hubbard stands as one of the boldest and most inventive artists of the bop, hard-bop and post-bop eras. Although influenced by titans like Miles Davis and Clifford Brown, Hubbard ultimately forged his own unique sound – a careful balance of bravado and subtlety that fueled more than fifty solo recordings and countless collaborations with some of the most prominent jazz artists of his era. Shortly after his death at the end of 2008, Down Beat called him “the most powerful and prolific trumpeter in jazz.” Embedded in his massive body of recorded work is a legacy that will continue to influence trumpeters and other jazz artists for generations to come.

    Hubbard was born on April 7, 1938, In Indianapolis, Indiana. As a student and band member at Arsenal Technical High School, he demonstrated early talents on the tuba, French horn, and mellophone before eventually settling on the trumpet and flugelhorn. He was first introduced to jazz by his brother, Earmon, Jr., a piano player and a devotee of Bud Powell.

    Hubbard’s budding musical talents caught the attention of Lee Katzman, a former sideman of Stan Kenton. Katzman convinced the young trumpeter to study at the Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music with Max Woodbury, the principal trumpeter of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

    As a teenager, Hubbard worked and recorded with the Montgomery Brothers – Wes, Monk and Buddy. His first recording session was for an album called The Montgomery Brothers and Five Others. Around that same time, he also assembled his first band, the Jazz Contemporaries, with bassist (and manager) Larry Ridley, saxophonist/flutist James Spaulding, pianist Walt Miller and drummer Paul Parker. The quintet became recurring players at George’s Bar, the well known club on Indiana Avenue.

    In 1958, Hubbard moved to New York at age 20 and quickly established himself as one of the bright young trumpeters on the scene, astonishing critics and fans alike with the depth and maturity of his playing. Within the first two years of his arrival in the Big Apple, he landed gigs with veteran jazz artists Philly Joe Jones, Sonny Rollins, Slide Hampton and Eric Dolphy. He joined Quincy Jones in a tour of Europe that stretched from 1960 to 1961.

    Per a recommendation from Miles Davis, Hubbard was signed to Blue Note, where he recorded Open Sesame, his solo debut, in 1960 at the age of 22. The album, which also featured Tina Brooks and McCoy Tyner, marked the launch of one of the most meteoric careers in jazz. Within a year’s time, Hubbard followed up with his second and third recordings – Goin’ Up (1960), with Tyner and Hank Mobley, and Hub Cap (1961), with Julian Priester and Jimmy Heath.

    In 1961, Hubbard released what many consider to be his masterpiece, Ready For Freddie, which marked his first Blue Note collaboration with Wayne Shorter. Later that same year, he joined Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers. In the span of a few short years, this hard-blowing young lion had quickly established himself as an important new voice in jazz.

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    Freddie Hubbard — Topsy: Standard Book Full Album

    1:3:29

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    1. Topsy (Battle, Durham) 5:17
    2. Caravan (Ellington, Mills, Tizol) 10:47
    3. As Time Goes By (Hupfield) 6:06
    4. Cherokee (Noble) 5:42
    5. Black Orpheus (Bonfa, Jobim) 6:25
    6. Love Me or Leave Me (Donaldson, Kahn) 7:51
    7. All of You (Porter) 6:08
    8. Golden Earrings (Young) 6:45
    9. Lament for Booker (Hubbard, Johnson) 7:53

    personnel :

    Freddie Hubbard: trumpet
    Kenny Garrett: alto saxophone, flute
    Benny Green: piano
    Rufus Reid: bass
    Carl Allen: drums

    It was the producer's idea that Freddie Hubbard play all of the nine standards on this CD with a mute in his trumpet. Hubbard was not happy with the restriction, but does his best on the quartet/quintet session with pianist Benny Green, bassist Rufus Reid, drummer Carl Allen and, on three numbers, altoist Kenny Garrett. While it is interesting to hear Freddie Hubbard tackle such material as Topsy, As Time Goes By, Cherokee and Love Me or Leave Me, the music is often more mellow than one might hope, even when uptempo. It's a pleasing but not essential release from the Japanese label Alfa/Compose.~ Scott Yanow Want to be featured on this channel? Submit your content to: OnlyJazzVideos@gmail.com

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    KENNY GARRETT QUINTET, Jazz San Javier 14 de Julio 2018

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    Considerado por la crítica como el más importante saxofonista alto de su generación realizó una interpretación impecable en Jazz San Javier. Ganador de un premio Gramy, ha tocado y grabado discos con las más altas estrellas del jazz. como: Art Blakey, Joe Henderson, Brad Mehldau, Freddie Hubbard, MacCoy Tyner, Marcus Miller, entre otros. En San Javier se hizo acompañar por: Vernell Brown (piano); Corcoran Holt (contrabajo); Samuel Laviso (batería) y Rudy Bird (percusión). Como anécdota podemos añadir que es el único artista de la presente edición que no ha regalado un bis.

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    kenny garrett - aint nothing but the blues

    5:16

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    Kenny Garrett Live at Ronnie Scotts

    1:20

    Kenny Garrett is widely recognised as one of the most talented saxophonists of his generation, having recorded and worked with jazz legends including Miles Davis, Pat Metheny, Freddie Hubbard and McCoy Tyner. His early days included periods in groups playing the music of Duke Ellington, Thad Jones and Charles Mingus before his career really took off with the release of his first album, Introducing Kenny Garrett, in 1984.

    Line up:
    Kenny Garrett (Alto and Soprano Saxophones),
    Corcoran Holt (Acoustic Bass),
    McClenty Hunter (Drums),
    Vernell Brown (Acoustic Piano),
    Rudy Bird (Percussion)

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    Kenny Garrett Quintet - HAYNES HERE - Jazz in Duketown 2016

    9:36

    Kenny Garrett at Jazz in Duketown
    Monday 16 May - 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands

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    Kenny Garrett Quintet Jazzwoche Burghausen 2015 fragm

    14:58

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    Kenny Garrett Quintet - Chasing The Wind - Live @ Blue Note Milano

    16:14

    Chasing The Wind
    performed by Kenny Garrett Quintet
    Blue Note Milano
    27 - 03 - 2019

    Kenny Garrett - sax
    Corcoran Holt - bass
    Samuel Laviso - drums
    Vernell Brown - piano
    Rudy Bird - percussions


    Check Out the Blue Note Calendar! Filmed and Edited By Audio By

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    Kenny Garrett Live in Montreux Jazz 97

    49:34

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    Kenny Garrets alto solo on Sandu transcription

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    Presented in Bb pitch, as I am a trumpet player.

    This is from the 1985 Blue Note album Double Take which is a Freddie Hubbard & Woody Shaw album. Kenny plays generally 1 chorus solos on this album, but they are very effective and developed in terms of motive and language.

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    Kenny Garrett - Happy People

    5:16

    Kenny Garrett (as, ss); Vernell Brown Jr. (p); Chris Dave (d); Bobby Hutcherson (vib); Marcus Miller (el-b); Charnett Moffett (b); Jean Norris (vo); Michael Patches Stewart (tr, flg horn); Randy Razz (g); Marcus Baylor (d)

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    Kenny Garrett - Happy People - Live in Paris 2018

    10:07

    C'était le 6 septembre 2018 à la Cité de la Musique, Paris, France pendant le festival Jazz à la Villette
    extrait de l'album Happy People
    plus d'infos :

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    The Moontrane - Freddie Hubbard & Woody Shaw

    6:31

    Freddie Hubbard (trumpet)
    Woody Shaw (trumpet)
    Kenny Garrett (alto saxophone)
    Mulgrew Miller (piano)
    Ray Drummond (bass)
    Call Allen (drums)

    Freddie Hubbard is heard in the left channel and Woody Shaw in the right.

    The Eternal Triange (11-12,1987)

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    Freddie Hubbard - Kongsberg 1978

    40:24

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    Chucho Valdés & Kenny Garrett @Jazz in Marciac

    14:20

    Elsondejuan® Afro-Latin Music La Clave y el Bongó...llegan al Corazón!

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    Freddie Hubbard Quintet - All Blues - Live At The Warsaw Jamboree Jazz Festival 1991

    1:1:20

    Trumpet - Freddie Hubbard
    Violin - Michał Urbaniak
    Tenor sax - Donald Braden
    Piano - Ronnie Matthews
    Bass - Jeff Chambers
    Drums - Ralph Penland

    1 Bolivia 12.37
    2 God Bless The Child 11.46
    3 All Blues 16.18
    4 Blues For Duane (FT MICHAL URBANIAK) 9.18

    Label: Bellaphon/ Alpha Centauri Ent



    My transcriptions: 1)
    Instructions:
    2) (Youtube Video)

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    Night and Day

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    Provided to YouTube by Warner Jazz

    Night and Day · Kenny Garrett

    Triology

    ℗ 1995 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the U.S.

    Co-ordinator Production: Bibi Green
    Drums: Brian Blade
    Bass: Charnett Moffett
    Assistant Engineer: Dan Wojanar
    Co- Producer: Donald Brown
    Recording Engineer: Eric Calvi
    Mixer: James Farber
    Co- Producer: Kenny Garrett
    Alto Saxophone: Kenny Garrett
    Executive Producer: Matt Pierson
    Writer: Cole Porter
    Contributor: Emilio Lyons

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    The Kenny Garrett Quintet - Fano Jazz by the Sea 2016

    5:15

    The Kenny Garrett Quintet
    Do Your Dance
    Kenny Garrett, sax alto, sax soprano
    Corcoran Holt , c.basso
    Vernell Brown, piano
    Mc Clenty Hunter, batteria
    Rudy Bird, percussioni
    Un gigante del sax. Una carriera stellare. Collaborazioni illustri: dalla Duke Ellington Orchestra (guidata dal figlio del “Duca”, Mercer) a Freddie Hubbard e Woody Shaw, dai Jazz Messengers di Art Blakey alla Five Peace Band di Chick Corea e John McLaughlin e, certo non ultimo della lista, Miles Davis, che lo volle accanto a sé nella sua ultima stagione artistica. Nato in una città musicalissima come Detroit, Kenny Garrett è anche leader autorevole, insignito di numerosi riconoscimenti, affermazioni nei referendum di Down Beat e Grammy Nomination incluse. Solista lirico e travolgente, si ripresenta a Fano – dove suonò col suo quartetto nel 1997 e poi nel 2002 nel progetto collettivo Birds of A Feather: A Tribute To Charlie Parker – sull’onda del suo nuovissimo album Do Your Dance, un titolo che è un invito esplicito a lasciarsi andare a una musica che nutre corpo e spirito.

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    Freddie Hubbard & Woody Shaw live at the Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival

    4:40

    Freddie Hubbard and Woody Shaw live at the Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival (part 1)

    with Kenny Garrett, Cedar Walton, Buster Williams, and Billy Higgins

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    Brother Hubbard Kenny Garrett Transcription Jazz Solo

    1:28

    This is my transcription of Kenny Garrett's Brother Hubbard from his album called Songbook. Love this album if you guys couldn't tell by now haha. Enjoy!

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    Kenny Garrett Backyard Groove

    6:47

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    Kenny Garrett, Kenny Garrett Publishing, BMI
    Kenny Garrett: alto saxophone
    Vernell Brown, Jr. : piano
    Corcoran Holt: bass
    Ronald Bruner, Jr.: drums
    Kenny Garrett

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    Kenny Garrett - Computer G

    10:03

    from the album Black Hope

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    Kenny Garrett - Sing a song of song

    7:17

    From Album: Songbook. Track 4 - sing a song of song.

    Songbook is the first release by alto saxophonist Kenny Garrett to feature his frequent touring quartet -- pianist Kenny Kirkland, drummer Jeff Tain Watts and bassist Nat Reeves -- on a program that consists entirely of Garrett's own compositions. (allmusic.com)

    Recorded at Sear Sound, New York, 1997. Released 1997

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    Kenny Garrett - Wiggins

    14:45

    Seeds From The Underground (2012)

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    Have You Met Miss Jones

    9:18

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Have You Met Miss Jones · Woody Shaw · Kenny Garrett Quintet · Mulgrew Miller · Tony Reedus · Nat Reeves

    Introducing Kenny Garrett

    ℗ 2009 Criss Cross Jazz

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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