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Live at Blues Alley (Wynton Marsalis album)

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Live at Blues Alley
Live album by
ReleasedJune 21, 1988 (1988-06-21)
RecordedDecember 19–20, 1986
VenueBlues Alley, Washington, D.C.
GenreJazz
Length107:28
LabelColumbia
ProducerSteven Epstein, George Butler
Wynton Marsalis chronology
Marsalis Standard Time, Vol. I
(1987)
Live at Blues Alley
(1988)
Baroque Music for Trumpets
(1988)
Blues Alley in Washington, D.C.
Blues Alley in Washington, D.C.

Live at Blues Alley is a double live album by the Wynton Marsalis Quartet, recorded at Blues Alley in December 1986 and released through Columbia Records in 1987.[1] The quartet included trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, bassist Robert Hurst, pianist Marcus Roberts and drummer Jeff "Tain" Watts. The album was produced by Steven Epstein; George Butler served as executive producer.

In 1988, the album reached a peak position of number two on Billboard's Top Jazz Albums chart.

Composition

The double live album Live at Blues Alley by the Wynton Marsalis Quartet was recorded December 19–20, 1986 at Blues Alley in Georgetown, Washington, D.C.[1] Members of the quartet included trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, double bassist Robert Hurst, pianist Marcus Roberts and drummer Jeff "Tain" Watts. The album was produced by Steven Epstein; George Butler served as executive producer.

Marsalis's compositions on the album include "Knozz-Moe-King", "Skain's Domain", "Delfeayo's Dilemma", and "Much Later".[1][2] Stanley Crouch wrote the album's liner notes.[2]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4.5/5 stars[1]

AllMusic's Scott Yanow recommended the album, awarding it 4.5 of 5 stars.[1]

Track listing

All tracks are written by Wynton Marsalis except where noted.

Disc One
No.TitleLength
1."Knozz-Moe-King"6:03
2."Just Friends" (John Klenner, Sam M. Lewis)8:22
3."Knozz-Moe-King (Interlude)"3:52
4."Juan" (Marcus Roberts, Jeff "Tain" Watts)7:33
5."Cherokee" (Ray Noble)2:50
6."Delfeayo's Dilemma"9:20
7."Chambers of Tain" (Kenny Kirkland)15:12
8."Juan (E Mustaad)" (Roberts, Watts)2:56
Disc Two
No.TitleLength
9."Au Privave" (Charlie Parker)14:35
10."Knozz-Moe-King (Interlude)"2:38
11."Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?" (Louis Alter, Eddie DeLange)11:30
12."Juan (Skip Mustaad)" (Roberts, Watts)3:15
13."Autumn Leaves" (Joseph Kosma, Johnny Mercer, Jacques Prévert)9:41
14."Knozz-Moe-King (Interlude)"3:48
15."Skain's Domain"9:39
16."Much Later"6:15

Adapted from AllMusic.[1]

Personnel

Musicians

Production

Charts

In 1988, Live at Blues Alley reached a peak position of number two on Billboard's Top Jazz Albums chart.[3]

Chart (1988) Peak
position
Billboard's Top Jazz Albums 2

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g Yanow, Scott. "Live at Blues Alley". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved December 20, 2011.
  2. ^ a b "Live at Blues Alley". Wynton Marsalis Enterprises. Retrieved December 21, 2011.
  3. ^ "Live at Blues Alley: Charts & Awards". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved December 20, 2011.
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