Earl Rudolph "Bud" Powell (September 27, 1924 – July 31, 1966) was an American jazz pianist, born and raised in Harlem, New York City. Though Thelonious Monk was a close friend and influence, his greatest piano influence was Art Tatum
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Bud Powell's Moods is a studio album by jazz pianist Bud Powell, released in 1956 by Norgran, featuring sessions that Powell recorded in 1954 and 1955. The album was re-issued by Verve, and released as a CD replica by Verve (Japan) in 2006 (POCJ-2740).
More albums from Bud Powell: Relaxin’ At Home, 61-64 by Bud Powell. 1953 Spring Sessions Broadcast Performances by Bud Powell. Salt Peanuts by Bud Powell. Cookin’ At Saint-Germain, 57-59 by Bud Powell. A Tribute To Cannonball by Bud Powell. Tribute To Thelonious, 64 by Bud Powell. Live In Lausanne 1962 by Bud Powell. Ups ‘n Downs by Bud Powell. View all albums . 1953 Summer Sessions Broadcast Performances. By: Bud Powell (1977, Jazz). 1. I’ve Got You Under My Skin. 2. Autumn In New York. 3. I Want To Be Happy.
Blues in the Closet (Bud Powell album). Blues in the Closet is a studio album by the jazz pianist Bud Powell, released in 1958 by Verve, featuring a session that Powell recorded at Fine Sound Studios in New York in September 1956. The album was released as a CD replica by Verve (Japan) in 2006 (POCJ-2744).
The Amazing Bud Powell, Vol. 2 is a studio album by jazz pianist Bud Powell, released on Blue Note Records in 1954, featuring a session Powell recorded with George Duvivier on bass and Art Taylor on drums at the WOR Studios in New York, on August 14, 1953.
Recorded at WOR Studios, New York City on August 8, 1949 ( and May 1, 1951 ( All transfers from the original lacquer discs to digital were made at 24-bit resolution. Because this CD does not conform in content to the original 12" LP, we have not included the original liner notes. The original LP mixed various sessions in incomplete form. The CD reissue presents the music of each session as it was recorded and in complete form.
Bud Powell’s great French benefactor Francis Paudras accumulated, self-recorded, and released a good bit of live Powell after the pianist’s expatriation to Paris in 1959. It is from this collection that The Paris Sessions is assembled. The recordings were made between 1957 and 1964, two years before the pianist’s unfortunate death in New York City of tuberculosis, drink, and dissolution. During the heyday of the Bebop revolution, Bud Powell was the preeminent Modern Jazz pianist. If Thelonious Monk was the High Priest of Bebop, then Powell was its archbishop.
Composers: Bud powell. Total duration:1 h 28 min. 01. 52nd Street Theme (Remastered). New York Bebop Piano (Remastered). Composers: Thelonious Monk, Other contributors: . 02. Strictly Confidential (Remastered). Composers: Bud Powell, Other contributors: . 03. Fat Boy, Pt. 1 (Remastered). 04. I'll Keep Loving You (Remastered).
All Star Sessions is an album by saxophonist Gene Ammons recorded between 1950 and 1955 and released on the Prestige label. Studio album by. Gene Ammons. In 2005, DeVries appeared on the Roadrunner United: The All Star Sessions album, playing on two of the tracks written by Joey Jordison drummer of Slipknot, "Annihilation by the Hands of God" and "Constitution Down". In 2003, DeVries was beaten badly in Liverpool while on tour with Chimaira. Mike Smith (born July 16, 1971 in Bronx, New York) is an American t, best known as the former drummer of the prominent New York-based technical death metal band Suffocation. He performed on their 1990 demo Reincremated, the 1991 EP, Human Waste, their 1991 debut album Effigy of the Forgotten, and their 1993 album Breeding the Spawn.
Powell played Birdland in New York that fall with bassist George Duvivier and drummer Art Taylor. Duvivier took notice of Powell’s mental illness-even if he didn’t know exactly what was going on: Bud had become almost a complete introvert. We had no personal communication-only music. As Guthrie P. Ramsey Jr. notes in his book, The Amazing Bud Powell: Black Genius, Jazz History, and the Challenge of Bebop (University of California Press): Powell was a complete mystery to Duvivier. I can’t tell you what the man was like.