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Stan Getz / Dizzy Gillespie / Sonny Stitt - For Musicians Only descargar gratis Artista: Stan Getz / Dizzy Gillespie / Sonny Stitt
Álbum: For Musicians Only
País: US
Liberado: 1957
Estilo: Bop
Etiqueta: Verve Records
Genre: Jazz
Catálogo #: MG V-8198
Tamaño del FLAC: 2636 mb.
Tamaño del MP3: 2304 mb.
Clasificación: 4.1/5
Votos: 618
Fuente de los registros: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono

Lista de canciones

1Lover Come Back To Me9:24
2We (My Honey And Me)8:21
3Dark Eyes11:57


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MGV 8198Stan Getz - Dizzy Gillespie - Sonny Stitt Stan Getz - Dizzy Gillespie - Sonny Stitt - For Musicians Only ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Verve RecordsMGV 8198ItalyUnknown
2332 064Stan Getz / Dizzy Gillespie / Sonny Stitt Stan Getz / Dizzy Gillespie / Sonny Stitt - For Musicians Only ‎(LP, Album, RE)Verve Records2332 064Germany1975
3643Stan Getz - Dizzy Gillespie - Sonny Stitt Stan Getz - Dizzy Gillespie - Sonny Stitt - Swing Chez Les 3 Grands ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Barclay-Verve3643France1958
GSL 338Stan Getz / Dizzy Gillespie / Sonny Stitt Stan Getz / Dizzy Gillespie / Sonny Stitt - For Musicians Only ‎(LP, Album, RE)Verve RecordsGSL 338South Africa1989
MV 2506Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Stitt Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Stitt - For Musicians Only ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE)Verve RecordsMV 2506Japan1974


  • Alto SaxophoneSonny Stitt
  • BassRay Brown
  • DrumsStan Levey
  • GuitarHerb Ellis
  • PianoJohn Lewis
  • Tenor SaxophoneStan Getz
  • TrumpetDizzy Gillespie


Recorded in Los Angeles, October 16, 1956.



The Eternal Triangles - Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Rollins, Sonny Stitt. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. For Musicians Only is a 1958 jazz album by Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Getz and Sonny Stitt incorporating bebop influences. Recorded in Los Angeles, California on October 16, 1956, it has been described as the real thing, no pretense. Bob Levey, son of drummer Stan Levey, told an interviewer how his father described the session: The story behind this from my dad's point of view is that everything was done in one take-no 2nd takes, no overdubbing. He had spent the whole day recording for TV, Mission. Gillespie, the great virtuoso trumpeter, is joined on the front line by Stan Getz and Sonny Stitt for a blowing session of phenomenal proportions. Gillespie's demanding tune Bebop, and Denzil Best's Wee Allen's Alley based on I Got Rhythm are given brisk, wailing treatments. Both tunes highlight Stitt's scampering alto, Getz's dancing, mentholated tenor very much in his Lester Young mode, and Gillespie's coiled, tempestuous trumpet. Alto Saxophone Sonny Stitt Bass Ray Brown Drums Stan Levey Guitar Herb Ellis Piano John Lewis Tenor Saxophone Stan Getz. recorded october 16, 1956 in Los Angeles. Subscribe yourself to the channel to keep up with the latest uploads. Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts Come Back To Me - Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Getz, Sonny Stitt. Bebop - Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Stitt, Stan Getz. Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Stitt - For Musicians Only LP, Album, Mono, RE. Verve Records. MV 2506. Vendi questa versione. Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Stitt. Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Stitt - For Musicians Only LP, Album, RE. Dark Eyes - Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Stitt. Album 1956 5 Songs. Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Getz & Sonny Stitt. Dark Eyes. Wee Allen's Alley. Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie & Sonny Stitt. Lover Come Back to Me. Dark Eyes Alternate Take. Stan Getz Dizzy Gillespie Sonny Stitt Dizzy Gillespie,stan Getz,sonny Stitt & 1 more Format: Audio CD. For Musicians Only. Please retry. Such is the premise on For Musicians Only, save that with a driving rhythm section keyed by bassist supreme Ray Brown, and saxophone masters Stan Getz and Sonny Stitt on board as the other horns, there is no shortage of musical fiber. Brisk tempos and challenging chord changes are the order of the day, with Gillespie's anthemic Bebop setting a daunting standard. Dizzy Gillespie -trumpet Stan Getz - tenor sax Sonny Stitt - alto sax John Lewis - piano Herb Ellis - guitar Ray Brown - bass Stan Lewey - drums. Songs in album Dizzy Gillespie - For Musicians Only 1958. Dizzy Gillespie - Bebop. Dizzy Gillespie - Dark Eyes. Dizzy Gillespie - Wee. Dizzy Gillespie - Lover, Come Back to Me

Be-Bop Deluxe At Over 300 Beats Per Minute ...

What one instantly takes away from this listen are the winding intricate solos by each of these artists, with some of those solos reaching the insanity of 340 beats per minute (consider that 200 beats per minute is considered very fast by anyone’s standards, and 250 is nearly unheard of), where it was only through the skill of bassist Ray Brown, who had the forethought and vision to keep things in check, to keep a semblance of the tune’s originality somewhere in the background and not allowing it to be lost in the ether.

It’s been said that there was an intensity to this session, where everything was laid down in but a single take with absolutely no over dubs, the stuff of legend, with Sonny Stitt, San Getz and Dizzy Gillespie throwing out the scoresheet, not only playing together, but interweaving with each other intricately, turning the headlights off and dancing off down the road with no destination in sight, flying by the seat of their pants, impassioned with the skill and trust each of these artists had in themselves and for each other.

Also present that night was drummer Stan Levey, John Lewis on piano, guitarist Herb Ellis, and bassist Ray Brown, all more than amazing and proficient musicians in their own right who were entrusted to be the trip-masters, the guiding force for this wayward trio who were doing what couldn’t be done, kicking back, shedding the pretenses, a live be-bop session no one saw coming, where by the time these cats did, it was all too late, they were strung out on the notes, travelers on the cool side of the planet, holding on tight and never stopping ’til they’d worn themselves out. What I wouldn’t have given to be sitting in the the recording booth as all of this was unfolding.

What one forgets as this record spins on, is that these three artists were some of the world’s greatest jazz musicians at the time in 1956, and that each would go on to play an important role in the history of jazz music. To that end, the album is certainly appropriately titled, as it takes not only intense dedication to deliver this sonic plate, but an equal dedication for those listening, especially when one considers that all of the songs hover somewhere between eight and twelve minutes in length, where these guys show the world what be-bop phrasing is all about. To call this album a musical landscape would be an injustice, the scenery is speeding by so quickly you have no option but the focus on what’s instantly in front of you before it disappears, meaning you’re always listening to what’s happening, with no ability to savor a line or phrase, because if you don’t keep up, you’re gonna stumble and fall, meaning you’re gonna have to begin the ride all over again.

Take my word for it, one’s only saving grace comes from remembering that the record’s gotta be flipped, giving you a space to breathe and collect your thoughts. Now, I’ve listened to this album on compact disc, where a nap was instantly required.

For Musicians Only is not an album you remember, it’s an album that needs to be played, then you go “Oh yeah, I remember this!” and move to the edge of your seat.

This record is not for everyone, especially not for the faint of heart.

Review by Jenell Kesler