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Martial Solal - Discography [25 Albums, 9 Compilations] (1961-2007) (MP3)

15-10-2014, 11:22
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Martial Solal - Discography [25 Albums, 9 Compilations] (1961-2007) (MP3)

Artist: Martial Solal
Title Of Album: Discography
Year Of Release: 1961-2007
Genre: Jazz, Cool Jazz, Post-Bop
Quality: mp3
Bitrate: 192-320 kbps
Total Time: 34:07:14 min
Total Size: 4,9 Gb

Martial Solal (born August 23, 1927, Algiers, French Algeria) is a French jazz pianist and composer, who is probably most widely known for the music he wrote for Jean-Luc Godard's debut feature film À bout de souffle (1960).
Solal was the son of an opera singer and piano teacher, who learned the instrument from the age of six. After settling in Paris in 1950, he soon began working with leading musicians including Django Reinhardt and expatriates from the United States like Sidney Bechet and Don Byas. He formed a quartet (occasionally also leading a big band) in the late 1950s, although he had been recording as a leader since 1953. Solal then began composing film music, eventually providing over twenty scores.
In 1963 he made a much admired appearance at the Newport Jazz Festival in Rhode Island; the Newport '63 album purporting to be a recording of this gig is actually a studio recreation. At this time, his regular trio featured bassist Guy Pedersen and drummer Daniel Humair. From 1968 he regularly performed and recorded with Lee Konitz in Europe and the United States of America.
In recent years, Martial Solal has continued to perform and record with his trio. Throughout his career he has performed solo, and during 1993-94 he gave thirty solo concerts for French Radio, a selection of performances from which were subsequently released in a 2-CD set Improvise Pour Musique France by JMS Records.
Solal has also written a piano method book entitled Jazz Works.
Recently, the Gruppen review published in its issue of January 2011 an exceptional "Interview" of a dozen pages in which Martial Solal returns on his work as eternal "researcher in jazz. "

1961 - Martial Solal and the European All Stars [LP]
1963 - Newport '63
1968 - Martial Solal joue Michel Magne: Electrode [LP]
1970 - Sans tambour ni trompette
1971 - Martial Solal en Solo
1976 - Movability (with Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen) [LP][VBR V0]
1978 - Suite for Trio (with Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen, Daniel Humair) [LP]
1979 - Four Keys (with Lee Konitz, John Scofield, Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen) [LP][192kbps]
1983 - Bluesine
1984 - Solal et son orchestre jouent Hodeir
1990 - Triptyque (with Francois Mechali, Jean-Louis Mechali, A Piacere)
1994 - Martial Solal improvise pour France Musique (2CD)
1995 - Triangle (with Peter Erskine, Marc Johnson)
1997 - Just Friends (with Gary Peacock, Paul Motian)
1997 - Martial Solal Dodecaband Plays Ellington
1998 - Jazz 'n (e)motion
1999 - Contrastes: The Jazzpar Prize (with The Danish Radio Jazz Orchestra)
1999 - In & Out (with Johnny Griffin)
1999 - Portrait in Black and White (with Eric Le Lann)
2001 - NY-1: Live at the Village Vanguard
2005 - Exposition Sans Tableau
2005 - Rue de Seine (with Dave Douglas)
2005 - Solitude
2007 - Live at the Village Vanguard
2007 - Longitude

1986 - The Best: Live 1959-1985
1990 - Martial Solal, Vol.1 (1959-1964): Jazz & Cinema
1992 - Martial Solal, Vol.2 (1960-1962): Solos-Trios-Big Band
1993 - The Vogue Recordings (3CD)
1997 - Jazz a Gaveau et Autres Pieces (1959-1966) (2CD)
1998 - The Complete Vogue Recordings, Vol.1
1998 - The Complete Vogue Recordings, Vol.2
1999 - The Complete Vogue Recordings, Vol.3
2002 - A Bout de Souffle (Bande originale du film)

Martial Solal - Discography [25 Albums, 9 Compilations] (1961-2007) (MP3)

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Ganzomaster   User offline   25 April 2014 16:27

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