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From: The 4 disc box set of 43 all original songs written by Vince Gill - "These Days" - 2006
"These Days" displays the range of Gill’s lyrical and musical styles, ranging from traditional country and bluegrass to jazz and rock.
Initially, Gill planned to pare down the songs to a single album. Then, in one of the studios he used, he spotted some Beatles memorabilia and recalled that the Fab Four
had routinely released multiple albums within the same year. - Here's an awesome jazz duet with Diana Krall from disc 2.
An All-Time Classic from: The Dave Brubeck Quartet
Boasting the first jazz instrumental to sell a million copies, the Paul Desmond-penned "Take Five," from the album; 'Time Out' captures the celebrated jazz quartet at the height of both its popularity and its powers. Recorded in 1959, the album combines superb performances by pianist Dave Brubeck, alto saxophonist Paul Desmond, drummer Joe Morrello and bassist Gene Wright.
From: "When I Fall In Love" - Chris Botti - 2004
Since the 2004 release of his critically acclaimed,
When I Fall In Love, Chris Botti (Boat-Tee) has become
THE largest selling American jazz instrumentalist.
He followed this #1 album with 3 gold records and
2 groundbreaking platinum DVD’s.
JazzKind of Blue - 1959
Kind of Blue has been described by many music writers not only as Miles Davis' best-selling album, but as the best-selling jazz record of all time. On October 7, 2008, it was certified quadruple platinum in sales by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). It has been regarded by many critics as the greatest jazz album of all time and Davis's masterpiece.Steely Dan "Aja"Originally released in 1977 on ABC Records, it became the group's best-selling album. Peaking at No. 3 on the U.S. charts and No. 5 in the United Kingdom, it was the band's first platinum album, eventually selling over 5 million copies. In July 1978, the album won the Grammy Award for Best Engineered Non-Classical Recording. In 2003, the album was ranked number 145 on Rolling Stone's "The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time" list. The album features several leading session musicians. The eight-minute-long title track features jazz-based changes and a solo by saxophonist Wayne Shorter. On April 6, 2011, the album was deemed by the Library of Congress to be "culturally, historically, or aesthetically important" and added to the U.S. Nat'l Recording Registry for 2010.Some of the Noted Personnel:
Donald Fagen – synthesizer, keyboards, vocals, background vocals, whistle, Walter Becker – bass, guitar, Chuck Rainey – bass, Timothy B. Schmit – background vocals, Michael Omartian – piano, keyboards, Joe Sample – keyboards, electric piano, clavinet, Larry Carlton – guitar, Jay Graydon – guitar, Lee Ritenour - guitar, Tom Scott – conductor, flute, tenor saxophone, lyricon Wayne Shorter – flute, tenor saxophone
Jim Keltner – percussion, drums ("Josie")
Rick Marotta – drums ("Peg"), Steve Gadd – drums ("Aja"), Rebecca Louis – background vocals
Sherlie Matthews – background vocals
Michael McDonald – background vocals