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Only love and violence could push me through time, force me to this. Wow what a great list! The fact that it has stimulated so much discussion is fantastic. It is a bit disturbing that there was nothing after and that very few post 77 albums were mentioned in the replies. What does that say for the future? Here are some albums I like. You are absolutely right. The list and the comments thread has been a great learning curve for me.
Thanks for giving a list of albums I have not come across earlier. Maybe not Top 10 in many eyes, but at least Top One of MY faves. I know my comment will offend many, but the cold hard truth is that John Coltrane played out of tune. None of his albums belong on this list, in my opinion. From early ragtime to international modernism, Jazz: The Smithsonian Anthology a update of the milestone Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz lets you enjoy this uniquely American musical genre through its legendary innovators, including Armstrong, Ellington, Basie, Gillespie, Fitzgerald, and Marsalis.
Box Set; 6 CDs with tracks; soft cover companion book, pages. But, no Billie Holliday? Just Wrong. No Dizzy or Oscar Peterson? Wrong again. How about Phineous Newborn Jr. Now that is completely wrong. On any given day my top 50 might be different.
Of course I have my favorites that are not listed, but this is truly a list of recordings every jazz fan should know. I knew the minute this was posted it would draw controversy. These are nice choices. The vest album for me is ALS. Ithink ,anyway, that 50 are too few. No Ella and Billie in top 50??? I play in a latin jazz band. What should be my next album? Fantastic: better than Coltrane I thought — had lots of him, too!
They were my house Gods those days. Coltrane was more like a sheep, I thought? Its a disgrace to menchen a word like that in this context with these geniouses. Cause of that, his artist name?? Dont know how he ended, but he made a mess of his music after some time? I might be wrong.
Somewhere on the limmit to free form jazz? He never did; they were full of sand cause of a dog…………. Must have sacrified a lot to be able to buy them! I quess it was a hard task to name the 50 greatest Jazz albums of all time! Should have expanded to the top !!! Great selections; however representation of female artists is blindingly small. What about Alice Coltrane?!?!? I would also add Ella and Louis. Good list though, besides those two. A good job compiling this list as I have almost all of them.
This is a great list for those who are new to jazz to start out with. Bless you all jazz lovers. A thankless taskbut a commendable effortif one only likes Modern Jazz which I dovery much so. And a Fletcher Henderson and 3 or 4 Traditional Jazz titles from the 20s and 30s too?
How could you… Nina Simone — Black Gold deserves to be on it too. Call me crazy but…for the best selling jazz record of all time…I think it is also the most overrated. As for Monk. Monks Dream is a top 5 for me. Finally…if you are including fusion here. I truly think Kind of Blue is overrated. For sure this is NOT the best ever 50 Jazz albums. I would like to have seen an Oscar Peterson in there somewhere. There are certainly 50 best for each decade or sub-genre, style, composer, voice, instrument and geographic region USA and World-Wide.
And, certainly older pieces carry more weight because of their influence on everything that followed. Check out YouTube. Lots of film and video of these and many other GOAT jazz artists. Great choices anyway. I feel that it gets overlooked, being sandwiched between Live at Birdland and A Love Supreme, the latter of which I also believes deserves to top this list over Kind of Blue. Of course a nice list. For me Chick Corea is still a genius and a truly descendant of Miles Davis not the only one but….
Jaco Pastorius…. Just saying. Love Supreme I think — possibly the greatest recording of the 20th Century in any genre! James P. Is it by historical importance, best performance, best compositions, best improvisor, etc.
You could argue that one of the greatest improvisors and most important figures in the history of jazz ever, Charlie Parker, only comes on 20, is a bit strange — but again it depends on the definitions. He was all over the place. The problem with many of these albums is of course the very poor sound quality.
But the artistic quality is unsurpassed. No Sonny Clark???? Very American. What about Django Reinhardt. Thelonious Monk does not show up until number 26? Genius of Modern Music should be placed at number 6 then just back up the list from there. Great selection otherwise. Ten years from now their work may be re-considered.
To do jazz justice you should compile a list of 50 greatest albums by instrumentthere are glaring omissions here. I would suggest doing it to show evolutions from beginning to present day,and yes include big bands,and vocalists. This being said ,no list is going to please everyone but my suggestion might be an interesting way to please most people. A good representative list of course ther will always be dissenters.
Minor quibbles from me. Should have been more Vocal Jazz. Sarah Vaughan the only vocalist on the list. Her album with Clifford Brown is an absolute classic but would have liked to see Billie Holiday on the list. Also Louis Armstrong hot fives and sevens should be at number one for me. A daunting task. Great list, but not at all inclusive. Should have been titled greatest instrumental group.
Thanks for the memories on this list. While those on the list are great, The Crusaders have always been and always will be 1 on my list. How could anyone not include Benny Goodman at Carnegie Hall in an all time top 50 list? Still reputed to be one of the best jazz concerts ever! Red G. Paul C. And Philly J. I was Jazz Albums! I must sayhell what y want? West Coast? So callled cool or any kind later? It seems that only in the USA are outstanding jazz-performances! But I can garantee you that in Europe the most beautiful music has been made that never reached the shores of America.
Just check You Tube so you can blow your mind!! The following are influenced by thrills only as imagined by the author, and it has no significant whatsoever to the work of the artists. Weather Report! I stop at the soul station just to see Hank Mobley I went to St. On the top of the Hill is the Point of Departure for Andrew. Here comes the Head Hunter Herbie Hancock Dexter Gordon — Go Dexter Go Whenever I listen to Sarah, I have Vaughan The people were thrill at Massey Hall when we see the Quintet.
Bill Evans — Sunday school professor at the village Vanguard. Voyage with Herbie Hancock was made smoothly. The only Duke that matters to me is— Ellington All Structures designed by Cecil Taylor are well reinforced. We all know that Mr. Albert said to Aylerno unity is better that Spiritual Unity Eric Dolphy possesses the best Table manner; see him— Out to Lunch To Abstract the Truth, you must apply the law of Oliver Nelson Erroll Garner holds the Tide at one of his Concert by the Sea It is always a pleasant day when Mr.
Louis Armstrong came to my Town. I tasted Miles Davis Bitches Brew before, it was great. When Ornette told Mr. Coleman about the Shape of Jazz to come, he meant business.
It was in wonderful Copenhagen when Mr. Brubeck gave no Time Out, and the audience loves it. Here you have it, Mr. How about the Sachal Jazz Ensemble? Not sure how well known they are Stateside — they arose from the Lahore-based film industry, a group of veteran musicians who had fallen foul of conservative anti-western sentiments, interpreting western jazz standards. But they are so much more than that.
Check out their eponymous debut album They have been compared to the Buena Vista Social Club — that rare and welcome push to re-evaluate a genre and in this case to revisit some favourite jazz standards as well as listen to fresh material from an unlikely and unexpected source. Try them. However, it opened up many possibilities I will check out. Everyone has an opinion. Just my 2 cents…. There is always some crazy nutter adding all the albums to a spotify-list with other great jazz-albums.
I guess the most important person in Jazz is Louis Armstrong, because he had the most influence and made jazz as popular as it is unfortunetly was! So where are all the great recordings? Louis plays W. Django would be great to! He is the only european artist, who belongs to top 50 of Jazz! Que hay de Chick Corea?. A futile effort to get anyone to agree with you entirely. Nice effort, but why is there no Freddy Hubbard or Donald Byrd on it. In mho great influential artists….
Its a perfect record. The Song for My Father title track dominates that album, but Cape Verdean is a 45 minute masterpiece. Please try it all. No Gerry Mulligan? No Modern Jazz Quartet? Glad to see Erroll Garner and Stan Getz for sure. But if you are going to include Miles, especially Birth of the Cool, then it is silly to leave out John Lewis or Mulligan, who were there from the start. Miles Davis: Kind of Blue 2. Bird and Diz: Last recording on verve 3.
Duke Ellington — Hot Summer Dance 4. Dave Brubeck: Take Five 5. Billie Holiday : Stange Fruit. What, no Ella? Both superb Garner. Thank you for this list. My jazz collection of records went from ten to one hundred. Great top 50! And look at the conversations that your choices stimulated.
We can add a Django Reinhardt album or a Chick Corea LP, and we can subtract two for which we might be on the fence to keep the total at Importantly, we all thought a lot about great jazz, a lifetime love for many of us. Of course it is just silly: nothing by David Murray! On the other hand, if it promotes interest in the music, all well and good. There are one or two other superb Monk albums not listed here. Duke Ellington has been mentioned in many comments, and I agree.
I think Blue Trane is overrated and I find much of Weather Report difficult to swallow particularly in terms of the smooth production. Art Tatum should be there, more Rollins too…. So many……. Decent list, but needs some more recent stuff. Maybe I missed it but at least one of them should be on here? This is a great list. The important thing to remember is that it is just a opinion, and not a shot at your favorite record.
I bet the author even had second thought after publishing the list. Lots of great stuff mentioned, both on and off the list. Nice try, but no cigar.
Dizzy Gillespie? Ella Fitzgerald not good enough?? Conspicuously absent are: 1. Great list. Thank you. I even named one of my rescue dogs after him. Best dog ever. Yet Bitches Brew is the worst album that Miles ever put out. Self indulgent BS. And I love Miles. I would rather see one of Trains blues records on the list. One woman on the list. My dad grew up in the South, used to sneak into all-black venues to hear the early jazz artists. He would shake his head at your list.
They were also released in and are in the Top 5 according to this list. As mentioned, Joe Henderson is missing as a leader. Are there no new Records? Concert by the Sea is not Garners best.
And Hutcherson is great with barron In The Vanguard. No Phineas Newborn here. I would not include reissue compliations in the list. I would stick with original issues. And as Waltz for Debbie is an original issue taken from the Sunday at Village Vanguard sessions why list both? Thanks for this list and all the others. Suggestion: Compile a list of the greatest jazz albums of all times by relatively unknown artists.
I am a senior, and compile bibliography as a avocation. And so it is with jazz. Have been a jazz buff all of my life. Many great players do not chose a public life on the road. Such a list would take years to compile, and would take the combined efforts of many jazz buffs, but could be extraordinary, and a great gift to prosperity.
What a nice post…. While I am familiar with many on this list, I cannot honestly say I have listened to them all nor can I respond to many of the comments above this. I would suggest two other albums for consideration. I can honestly say that was the single most talented band I have ever seen put together.
Having seen them live in Rotterdam and then purchasing the recording, it is in my personal top A entire band of great band leaders! Second is Offbeat of the Avenues by Manhatten Transfer. There are a few incredible cuts on that album that still blow me away after all this time. I consider that album full blown jazz as opposed to a popular label. Several of the arrangements are truly magnificent.
Typical list with the usual suspects on it in my opinion. Introducing Roland Kirk from on the Chess label should be on the list. Vince Gurualdi sp and Lorez Alexandria come to mind. List definitely needs some Billie Holiday and Lester Young. Indeed a terrific bunch of music, perhaps academic.
So the Hot Fives and Sevens, which were never thought of as a unit, should be disqualified. Interesting to see that only one female vocalist that made the list was Sarah Vaughan. I agree. I remember Chico Hamilton telling me that the most daring and truly improvisational jazz singer that he had worked with was her……. Insatiable ME.
I am a Miles man, but with miles to spare……. Too silly for words. Define what you mean by a jazz album. Support The Music. Gosh, to even attempt a list like this. I love seeing this type of stuff because it invariably requires a lot of effort by the author, it will literally completely please no one, yet it always calls out one or two albums that probably deserve more attention. Sometimes just throwing a list out there to get the discussion going is just as helpful as actually making the list.
No Freddie Hubbard on this list? You clearly state in your 1st paragraph you will attempt to create a list. Thank you for a great source for me that continues the conversation. But i Miss Nefertiti, i think is the best of his quintet albums whatever quintet he played in. And of course newer stuff. But 50 records are only 50 records.
What a great comments section. I will be able to spend the rest of the year listening to some of your recommendations. There was a fellow called Jelly Roll Morton that made some pretty significant recordings. And of course Bechet. And it shows: there are 3 Coltrane albums on a 50 record list…. In my opinion the one above is pretty narrow-minded, sticking just to 50sss stuff. Make your own list and publish it here.
This is a very shallow based list. According to this list, it appears that no significant jazz happened on the west coast USA or beyond.
Where the Jazz Crusaders and other great musicians who were not based on the East Coast were just holding their instruments in the studios, making their posters or creating mannequins.
How is there no early jazz on the list? As a slight corrective, Pres would feature heavily in 49, but omitting the small group sessions with Lady Day, Teddy Wilson et alis a big miss. No Ella Fitzgerald? No Ramsey Lewis? Only 1 Sarah Vaughan? Total incorrect list. Fusion albums mixed with traditional Jazz albums. These lists are always subjective and reflect the personal taste of compiler.
On that note, if I had compiled this list, it would include some Gerry Mulligan. No Grover Washington Jr? Especially Inner City Blues? I am disappointed with the list overall…:.
There are sooooo many great jazz albums I can think of, and some are on this list. But the 1 jazz album that stands heads above the rest in my opinion is not even listed here…. I have already seen many lists of the kind over internet. The New Yorker, many years ago, had its try , for instance. As I came to realize later, underneath all those lists there is a certain intention. And that should not be understood as a mistake.
Are Roy Elridge an Dizzy G. And Sinatra — listen to him as if he were a sax! Billie H. Bessi S. Sara V. The lack of representation of Dizzy Gillespie and Lee Morgan stands out. Where are they? Plus, all due respect to Miles, but both Dizzy and Lee could outplay Miles any day.
Lots of great picks on this list, but it needs work fellas! Lets see three Coltrane albums and no Chet Baker. Nothing from Chic Corea or Django Rheinhardt still copied note for note today? Nothing after ! This list is nonsensical.
Also, no Wynton M? The first album or Black Codes? Where is Billie? What about pre jazz? Is Armstrong really the only early recording that makes the list? Time to broaden your listening horizons folks. Too many free jazz and avantgarde to my taste. Missing Tete Montoliu as a one of the top pianists.
What about John Klemmer? The ignorance expressed on this list is representative of our time. What a ton of wasted effort on this inadequate list.
The exact order is not so important. But what gets me about top jazz lists is that almost always the majority of the albums are more than 50 years old. Nevertheless, there are a whole lot of great jazz albums recorded in the past 50 years. I own 4, of them! A few of the greats include:. Soft Machine — Fourth. Tanjah and Spirit of our Ancestors — Randy Weston.
Afro-Eurasian Eclipse — Duke Ellington. Timeless — John Abercrombie. New Directions — Jack DeJohnette. Lenox Avenue Breakdown — Arthur Blythe. Offramp — Pat Metheny. African Exchange Student — Never Been Alone - Simone Hines - Simone Hines (Vinyl Garrett. Night Bird Song — Thomas Chapin. Blue Sun — Mark Isham. Dark Starr — David Murray. Angel Song — Kenny Wheeler. Joey Barron — Down Home. Marc Cary — Listen. The Art of Rhythm — Tom Harrell.
Change — Chick Corea. Strange City LP Herbie Nichols Project. Elevated — Michael Blake. Largo — Brad Mehldau. Wide Angles — Michael Brecker. Bounce — Terence Blanchard. Easy Living — Enrico Rava.
Northern LIghts — Mike Mainieri. Camp Meeting — Bruce Hornsby. John Scofield — This Meets That. Lawn Chair Society — Kenn Werner. Invisible Cinema — Aaron Parks. Infernal Machines — Darcy James Argue. Movements in Color — Andy Sheppard. The Storyteller — Uri Gurvich.
Deluxe — Chris Lightcap. Sun Roms — Jason Adasiewicz. Tattooed by Passion — Never Been Alone - Simone Hines - Simone Hines (Vinyl Jorgensen. Hearts Wide Open — Gilad Hekselman.
On the Go — Matthew Halsall. Trios — Carla Bley. Instead — Collocutor. LIve in Larissa — Nate Birchall. New Song — Omer Avital. Harmonious Creatures — Sarah Manning. Madeline — Ghost Rhythms. Homage — Adam Niewood. Oceanic Suite — Atlantis Jazz Ensemble. Infinitude — Ingrid and Christine Jensen. Early Americans — Jane Ira Bloom. Beam Me Up — Shauli Einav. Layers of the City — Ben Allison. Ill Considered One — Ill Considered. Awase Nick Bartsch. Glitter Wolf — Allison Miller. Blume — Nerija.
Life is the Dancer — Rob Luft. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Search uDiscover Music. Features Latest News. Share Tweet. Blue Note The first musician to successfully play bebop on the tenor saxophone, this six foot six jazz giant from Los Angeles started his career in the late 40s but virtually disappeared in the 50s due to spells in prison for LP offences. Blue Note A prodigiously gifted multi-reed player who excelled on alto saxophone and bass clarinet, Los Angeles-born Eric Dolphy was also a virtuoso flute player.
Format: UK English. Rick Minor December 30, at pm. FH December 31, at pm. Claude Soiron August 29, at am. Sean September 11, at pm. Stephen November 3, at pm. Borden September 12, at am. John Lassiter September 12, at pm.
No Ella Fitzgerald! Tim January 1, at pm. Happy January 1, at pm. Alex May 4, at pm. DS January 1, at pm. Antonio Teja January 29, at pm. G July 7, at pm. YogaforCynics May 4, at pm.
Gibson Hilliard June 1, at pm. John Fields September 11, at pm. I would take Brown-Roach over Miles any day. Mahglun Green Laddie June 4, at am. MusicIsLife September 11, at pm. Max August 30, at pm. James S. October 8, at am. Vanessa September 16, at am. George April 22, at pm. Exactly Right! Frank Rossini December 30, at pm. Eckhart Derschmidt December 30, at pm. Paul December 31, at am. Jackie December 31, at am. Jo Welch December 31, at am. Crocodile Chuck January 1, at am.
Darroch Greer May 31, at pm. Mahglun Green Laddie June 2, at pm. Michael Kroll January 18, at am. Rejean June 1, at am. Index, what about one of the greatest jazz pianist, a Canadian, Oscar Peterson.
Chris Johnson September 12, at am. Jpck o' Houston August 14, at pm. October 7, at pm. Brian December 31, at pm. Eckhart Derschmidt December 31, at pm. Milagros Llauger October 8, at pm. Jerry O'Callaghan January 1, at pm. Patricia Baker December 30, at pm. Well done good choice what about diz and bird?
Marc van Dongen May 31, at pm. Barry Witham October 7, at pm. Robert December 31, at pm. Pedro December 30, at pm. Kate August 30, at pm. Jason Argos December 30, at pm. Steve Kim June 1, at am. Ray Hunter December 30, at pm. LexJazz May 15, at pm. Kip Athan December 30, at pm. L December 30, at pm. Totally agree about the absence of Johnny Hartman. And no Ella?? Jupeter December 31, at am. Peter May 7, at am. Deever McGraw September 30, at pm. OP December 30, at pm.
Michael Morse December 30, at pm. No Adderly, Coleman Hawkins and topheavy with Coltrane. Santtu January 1, at pm. Martin Gowar January 27, at am. I agree with you, any list without these is a joke. Robert May 4, at pm. No Colman Hawkins, you got to be kidding.
Max Turner June 2, at am. Ken December 28, at am. Lemmy Caution December 30, at pm. Rusty James December 31, at am. Paul Burgess December 31, at am.
Janet December 31, at am. John Wagman December 31, at am. John Isaacs December 31, at am. Joe Garza December 31, at am. Little Jimmy Scott. Robert Scurry December 31, at am. Greg December 31, at pm.
Hawkins December 31, at am. Kenny Haddaway December 31, at am. Phil Pine December 31, at am. Tim Cunningham December 31, at am. CBro December 31, at am. Fieldhands December 31, at am. Richie Angelilli December 31, at am.
Joe Farrell — song of the wind; timeless. Mark March 28, at pm. There is one Dexter Gordon album, but should be at least two. Peter December 31, at am. Skip December 31, at pm. Martinez October 9, at pm.
Kevin January 3, at pm. Gerald Alexander October 7, at pm. Steve Burkhalter December 31, at am. Kevin Sterchi May 31, at pm. Don December 31, at am. FalconJapan December 31, at am. Daniela Cervantes December 31, at am. Carlos December 31, at am. Nat Silver December 31, at am. Where are Nina and Ella? Lisa Gimber December 31, at am. Ken December 31, at am. Joe Cogan January 20, at am. Kathiesl October 8, at am.
Stanton December 31, at am. Stefan December 31, at am. What about the great Ella Fitzgerald? Nina Simone? Etc ecc…Many missing. James henriot December 31, at am. Trevor Hyde December 31, at am. Mike Burke December 31, at am. Jimmy Jackson December 31, at am. I second with knobs on the comment by Trevor Hyde a travesty not to include those he mentions. Mark Sarnow December 31, at am. Lord Running Clam December 31, at am.
Adam C. December 31, at pm. Barry Curtis December 31, at am. Tarso December 31, at am. Shaun Cronin December 31, at am. Ricky Garni December 31, at pm.
Laurent January 1, at am. Marshall Zucker December 31, at pm. John December 31, at pm. Don December 31, at pm. I guess Jazz Trombone never existed….
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