Film, Video CHIVAS JAZZ FESTIVAL 2001

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Title
CHIVAS JAZZ FESTIVAL 2001
Created / Published
Spain/Brazil.
Notes
-  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
-  Made-for-TV series.
-  Medium length film (30-60 minutes).
-  1. "The nearness of you" by Ned Washington, Hoagy Carmichael. (Songs)
-  1. Steve Turre and his Group:- Steve Turre, trombone, shells; Javon Jackson, tenor sax; George Cables, piano; Buster Williams, acoustic double bass; Victor Lewis, drums. 2. The Carmen Lundy Quartet:- Carmen Lundy, vocal, arranger; Allan Gumbs, piano; Curtis Lundy, acoustic double bass; Victor Lewis, drums. 3. The Tutty Moreno Quarteto:- Nailor Proveta, alto sax, clarinet; André Mehmari, piano; Rodolfo Stroeter, acoustic double bass; Tutty Moreno, drums. 4. The Mauro Senise Quarteto:- Mauro Senise, alto sax, flute; Hugo Fattoruso, piano, keyboards; Paulo Russo, acoustic double bass; Ivan Conti, drums. 5. The Archie Shepp Quartet:- Archie Shepp, tenor sax, vocal; Tom McClung, piano; Wayne Dockery, acoustic double bass; Steve McCraven, drums. 6. The Bill Frisell Quartet:- Bill Frisell, electric guitar; Greg Leisz, mandolin; David Piltch, acoustic double bass, electric acoustic double bass; Kenny Wollesen, drums. 7. The Dave Holland Quintet:- Robin Eubanks, trombone; Chris Potter, soprano sax, alto sax, tenor sax; Steve Nelson, vibraphone, marimba; Dave Holland, acoustic double bass; Billy Kilson, drums. 8. The Dave Douglas Sextet:- Dave Douglas, trumpet, Joshua Roseman, trombone; Greg Tardy, tenor sax, clarinet; Uri Caine, piano; James Genus, acoustic double bass; Ben Perowsky, drums. (Personnel on Camera)
-  3. Recorded on 9th June 2001 in São Paulo. 7. Recorded on 20th June 2001 in São Paulo.
-  Jazz on the Screen is a reference work of filmographic information and does not point to digitized versions of the items described. The Library of Congress may or may not own a copy of a particular film or video. To request additional information Ask a Librarian (http://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-record.html).
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motion picture | Made-for-TV series. Medium length film (30-60 minutes). 1. "The nearness of you" by Ned Washington, Hoagy Carmichael. (Songs). 1. Steve Turre and his Group:- Steve Turre, trombone, shells; Javon Jackson, tenor sax; George Cables, piano; Buster Williams, acoustic double bass; Victor Lewis, drums. 2. The Carmen Lundy Quartet:- Carmen Lundy, vocal, arranger; Allan Gumbs, piano; Curtis Lundy, acoustic double bass; Victor Lewis, drums. 3. The Tutty Moreno Quarteto:- Nailor Proveta, alto sax, clarinet; André Mehmari, piano; Rodolfo Stroeter, acoustic double bass; Tutty Moreno, drums. 4. The Mauro Senise Quarteto:- Mauro Senise, alto sax, flute; Hugo Fattoruso, piano, keyboards; Paulo Russo, acoustic double bass; Ivan Conti, drums. 5. The Archie Shepp Quartet:- Archie Shepp, tenor sax, vocal; Tom McClung, piano; Wayne Dockery, acoustic double bass; Steve McCraven, drums. 6. The Bill Frisell Quartet:- Bill Frisell, electric guitar; Greg Leisz, mandolin; David Piltch, acoustic double bass, electric acoustic double bass; Kenny Wollesen, drums. 7. The Dave Holland Quintet:- Robin Eubanks, trombone; Chris Potter, soprano sax, alto sax, tenor sax; Steve Nelson, vibraphone, marimba; Dave Holland, acoustic double bass; Billy Kilson, drums. 8. The Dave Douglas Sextet:- Dave Douglas, trumpet, Joshua Roseman, trombone; Greg Tardy, tenor sax, clarinet; Uri Caine, piano; James Genus, acoustic double bass; Ben Perowsky, drums. (Personnel On Camera). 3. Recorded on 9th June 2001 in São Paulo. 7. Recorded on 20th June 2001 in São Paulo. Motion Picture (Form).
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