No Noise - Parts I & II - Charlie Parker - Bird: The Complete Charlie Parker On Verve (CD)

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Estrellita Take 5 False Start. Estrellita Take 6 [Take 5] Master. Begin The Beguine. La Paloma. Night And Day. Almost Like Being In Love. I Can't Get Started. Norman Granz Jam Session. Jam Blues. Ballad Medley. All The Things You Are. Dearly Beloved. The Nearness Of You. I'll Get By. The Man I Love. What's New. Someone To Watch Over. However, some musicians, such as Coleman Hawkins and Tatum, were more positive about its development, and participated in jam sessions and recording dates in the new approach with its adherents.

Because of the two-year Musicians' Union ban of all commercial recordings from to , much of bebop's early development was not captured for posterity. As a result, it gained limited radio exposure. Bebop musicians had a difficult time gaining widespread recognition. It was not until , when the recording ban was lifted, that Parker's collaborations with Dizzy Gillespie , Max Roach , Bud Powell and others had a substantial effect on the jazz world. One of their first small-group performances together was rediscovered and issued in a concert in New York's Town Hall on June 22, Bebop soon gained wider appeal among musicians and fans alike.

On November 26, , Parker led a record date for the Savoy label, marketed as the "greatest Jazz session ever. Most of the group returned to New York, but Parker remained in California, cashing in his return ticket to buy heroin.

He experienced great hardship in California, eventually being committed to Camarillo State Mental Hospital for a six-month period. When Parker received his discharge from the hospital, he was clean and healthy. Before leaving California, he recorded " Relaxin' at Camarillo " in reference to his stay in the mental hospital.

However, when he returned to New York he resumed his heroin usage. During this time he still managed to record dozens of sides for the Savoy and Dial labels, which remain some of the high points of his recorded output. Many of these were with his so-called "classic quintet" including Davis and Roach. In , Parker and Gillespie released an album entitled Bird and Diz. A longstanding desire of Parker's was to perform with a string section. He was a keen student of classical music, and contemporaries reported he was most interested in the music and formal innovations of Igor Stravinsky and longed to engage in a project akin to what later became known as Third Stream , a new kind of music, incorporating both jazz and classical elements as opposed to merely incorporating a string section into performance of jazz standards.

On November 30, , Norman Granz arranged for Parker to record an album of ballads with a mixed group of jazz and chamber orchestra musicians. The official causes of death were lobar pneumonia and a bleeding ulcer , but Parker also had an advanced case of cirrhosis and had suffered a heart attack.

The coroner who performed his autopsy mistakenly estimated Parker's year-old body to be between 50 and 60 years of age. Since , Parker had been living in New York City with his common-law wife , Chan Berg , the mother of his son Baird who lived until [30] and his daughter Pree who died at age 3.

His marital status complicated the settling of Parker's estate and would ultimately serve to frustrate his wish to be quietly interred in New York City. Dizzy Gillespie paid for the funeral arrangements [32] and organized a lying-in-state, a Harlem procession officiated by Congressman and Reverend Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.

Parker's body was flown back to Missouri, in accordance with his mother's wishes. Berg criticized Doris and Parker's family for giving him a Christian funeral, even though they knew he was a confirmed atheist. Parker's estate is managed by Jampol Artist Management. Parker's life was riddled with mental health problems and an addiction to heroin.

The addiction that stemmed from this incident led him to miss performances, and to be considered unreliable. Although he produced many brilliant recordings during this period, Parker's behavior became increasingly erratic. Heroin was difficult to obtain once he moved to California, where the drug was less abundant, so he used alcohol as a substitute. A recording for the Dial label from July 29, , provides evidence of his condition.

Before this session, Parker drank a quart of whiskey. According to the liner notes of Charlie Parker on Dial Volume 1 , Parker missed most of the first two bars of his first chorus on the track, "Max Making Wax. On "Bebop" the final track Parker recorded that evening he begins a solo with a solid first eight bars; on his second eight bars, however, he begins to struggle, and a desperate Howard McGhee , the trumpeter on this session, shouts, "Blow!

Charles Mingus considered this version of "Lover Man" to be among Parker's greatest recordings, despite its flaws. He re-recorded the tune in for Verve. Parker's life took a turn for the worse in March when his 3-year-old daughter Pree died of illness. Parker's style of composition involved interpolation of original melodies over existing jazz forms and standards, a practice known as contrafact and still common in jazz today.

Examples include " Ornithology " which borrows the chord progression of jazz standard " How High the Moon " and is said to be co-written with trumpet player Little Benny Harris , and "Moose The Mooche" one of many Parker compositions based on the chord progression of "I Got Rhythm". The practice was not uncommon prior to bebop, but it became a signature of the movement as artists began to move away from arranging popular standards and toward composing their own material.

Like his solos, some of his compositions are characterized by long, complex melodic lines and a minimum of repetition, although he did employ the use of repetition in some tunes, most notably "Now's The Time". Parker contributed greatly to the modern jazz solo, one in which triplets and pick-up notes were used in unorthodox ways to lead into chord tones, affording the soloist more freedom to use passing tones , which soloists previously avoided.

Parker was admired for his unique style of phrasing and innovative use of rhythm.

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