Friday, October 21, 2005

October 21

Being that today is the birthdate of Dizzy Gillespie and myself, I have decided to post my favorite jazz composition of all-time: Night In Tunisia.
Perhaps it is too soon to have another Dizzy post but you really can't go wrong with Dizzy. Taking a page from Taxi Driver, here are some of my favorite renditions of another classic jazz standard.








MP3: Night In Tunisia by Lee Morgan
from Cooker (Blue Note, 1957)

MP3: Night In Tunisia by Arturo Sandoval
from Tumbaito (Messidor, 1991)

MP3: Night In Tunisia by Sonny Rollins
from A Night at the Village Vanguard (Blue Note)

MP3: Night In Tunisia by Kenny Dorham
from Round About Midnight at the Cafe Bohemia(Blue Note)

MP3: Night In Tunisia by Eric Dolphy
from Hot & Cool Latin (Blue Moon)

MP3: Night In Tunisia by Cal Tjader
from Latino (Fantasy)

MP3: Night In Torino(Tunisia) by Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez
from Italuba (Universal Latino, 2004)

MP3: Night In Tunisia by Dizzy Gillespie
from Dizzy's Diamonds (Verve, 1992)


6 Comments:

Blogger Taxi Driver said...

Cheers! ;-)

5:36 AM  
Blogger Jeffrey Siegel said...

Great minds think alike Chris! Check out my podcast today - and enjoy the Dizzy Gillespie Alumni Allstars version of "Night in Tunisia" as well! Keep up the good work!

6:46 AM  
Anonymous Scotto said...

you might enjoy the acappella version of night in tunisia by bobby mcferrin & the manhattan transfer with jon hendricks.

9:42 AM  
Blogger matt said...

Hey man -- HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

great night in tunisia tribute!

cheers!

10:01 PM  
Anonymous Wong Online PoK√©r Hu said...

Sounds interesting to me. I think that jazz music is one of the best genres in terms of producing harmony and rythm. I like it mixed with spome classical music.

6:16 PM  
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