(English review is after Turkish one below)
Albümün başarısı 5 Temmuz 1950'da ek kayıtların yapılmasına sebebiyet verir ve bu da yine aynı isimle Charlie Parker With Strings adlandırılan ve sekiz caz standardından oluşan ikinci bir uzun çaların gelmesine sebep olur.
Verve Records bu ondört parçayı 1995'te bir CD'de toplar ve bunlara Parker'ın yaylılarla yaptığı on parçayı daha ilave eder. Bunların beşi 17 Eylül 1950'deki Carnegie Hall konserinden, dördü Ocak 1952'de yapılan ek stüdyo kayıtlarından ve sonuncusuda sınırlı sayıda yayımlanan 78 devirlik Norman Graz's Jazz Scene Carnegie Hall Aralık 1947 konserindendir.
Altta albümden/ below Laura...
Charlie Parker caz dünyasındaki en önemli mihenk taşlarından birisi ve muhteşem bir saksafon ustasıdır, bu albümünde özellikle gece vakti rahat dinlenebilecek ve sizi dinlendirecek güzel caz standartlarını sevenleriyle buluşturmuş ve her caz severin alması gereken bir albüm...
Orijinal Album track list and musicians:
Charlie Parker with Strings (Studio recordings of Nov. 30, 1949)
Released on 10" as Mercury MG-35010, reissued as MCG-501 and then MCG-101
Charlie Parker - alto saxophone; Mitch Miller - oboe; Bronislaw Gimpel, Max Hollander, Milton Lomask - violins; Frank Brieff - viola; Frank Miller - cello; Myor Rosen - harp; Stan Freeman - piano; Ray Brown - double bass; Buddy Rich - drums; Jimmy Carroll - arranger and conductor
"Just Friends" (John Klenner, Sam M. Lewis) – 3:30
"Everything Happens to Me" (Tom Adair, Matt Dennis) - 3:15
"April in Paris" (Vernon Duke, E.Y. Harburg) – 3:12
"Summertime" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, DuBose Heyward) – 2:46
"I Didn't Know What Time It Was" (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart) – 3:12
"If I Should Lose You" (Ralph Rainger, Leo Robin) - 2:46
Charlie Parker with Strings (Studio recordings of July 1950)
Released on 10" as Mercury MGC-509, reissued as MGC-109. These records do not contain "Dancing in the Dark" and "Laura". Parker - alto saxophone; Joseph Singer - french horn; Eddie Brown - oboe; Sam Caplan, Howard Kay, Harry Melnikoff, Sam Rand, Zelly Smirnoff - violins; Isadore Zir - viola; Maurice Brown - cello; Verley Mills - harp; Bernie Leighton - piano; Brown - double bass; Rich - drums; Joe Lipman - arranger and conductor; unknown xylophone and tuba
"Dancing in the Dark" (Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz) - 3:10
"Out of Nowhere" (Johnny Green, Edward Heyman) - 3:06
"Laura" (David Raksin, Mercer) - 2:57
"East of the Sun (and West of the Moon)" (Brooks Bowman) - 3:37
"They Can't Take That Away from Me" (G. Gershwin, I. Gershwin) - 3:17
"Easy To Love" (Cole Porter) - 3:29
"I'm in the Mood for Love" (Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields) - 3:33
"I'll Remember April" (Gene DePaul, Pat Johnson, Don Raye) - 3:02
1995 reissue bonus track listing and personnel Along with above released as Charlie Parker with Strings: The Master Takes, Verve 314 523 984-2
"What Is This Thing Called Love?" (Porter) - 2:55
"April in Paris" (Duke, Harburg) - 3:13
"Repetition" (Neal Hefti) - 2:48
"You'd Be So Easy to Love" (Porter) - 2:25
"Rocker" (Gerry Mulligan) - 3:00
Parker - alto saxophone; Tommy Mace - oboe; Sam Caplan, Ted Blume, Stan Karpenia - violins; Dave Uchitel - viola; Wallace McManus - harp; Al Haig - piano; Tommy Potter - double bass; Roy Haynes - drums; unknown cello
"Temptation" (Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed) - 3:31
"Lover" (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart) - 3:06
"Autumn in New York" (Vernon Duke) - 3:29
"Stella by Starlight" (Victor Young, Ned Washington) - 2:56
Parker - alto saxophone; Al Porcino, Chris Griffin, Bernie Privin - trumpets; Will Bradley, Bill Harris - trombones; Murray Williams, Toots Mondello - alto saxophones; Hank Ross - tenor saxophone; Stan Webb - baritone saxophone; Artie Drelinger - woodwinds; Caplan, possibly Sylvan Shulman and Jack Zayde - violins; Mills - harp; Lou Stein - piano; Bob Haggart - double bass; Don Lamond - drums; Joe Lipman - arranger and conductor; unknown woodwinds, violins, violas, and cello
"Repetition" (Hefti)- 2:57
Parker - alto saxophone; Vinnie Jacobs - french horn; Porcino, Doug Mettome, Ray Wetzel - trumpets; Harris, Bart Varsalona - trombones; John LaPorta - clarinet; Williams, Sonny Salad - alto saxophones; Pete Mondello, Flip Phillips - tenor saxophones; Manny Albam - baritone saxophone; Caplan, Smirnoff, Gene Orloff, Manny Fiddler, Sid Harris, Harry Katzmann - violins; Nat Nathanson, Fred Ruzilla - violas; Joe Benaventi - cello; Tony Aless - piano; Curly Russell - double bass; Shelly Manne - drums; Diego Iborra - percussion; Neal Hefti - arranger and conductor
Below/altta Just Friends...
Charlie Parker fulfilled a long-held desire to record in a string setting. At the end, these plans were made to release the results of the sessions as a ten-inch LP. Sessions were done from November 30, 1949, yielded the first Charlie Parker With Strings album, which was consisting of six songs total, all of which were standards and the producer was legendary Norman Granz.
The success of the first album caused to additional sessions on July 5, 1950, and brought another long-playing album also entitled Charlie Parker With Strings , consisting of eight tracks, also all standards.
Verve Records reissued these fourteen recordings for compact disc in 1995, including an additional ten tracks with Parker also accompanied by strings. Five date from a Carnegie Hall concert on September 17, 1950; four more from an additional studio session in January 1952, and the last from Granz's The Jazz Scene limited edition 78 rpms recorded in Carnegie Hall in December 1947 with Neal Hefti.
Below/altta Autumn In New York...
Charlie Parker is one of the most important figures in jazz era and he is also a wondurful saxophonist. He collected great jazz standards in this album which can be easily listen in the night and relax you. So, this one should be taken by each jazz lover....