Live at the Blue Note is an album released by Michel Camilo on August 26, 2003. It was recorded at the Blue Note club in New York City in March 2003. Camilo, with Charles Flores, Horacio "El Negro" Hernández and Robert Friedrich, were awarded the Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Album for this release.
Recorded over four nights of a weeklong engagement at New York's legendary Blue Note club, this double CD is the first live recording by pianist Michel Camilo and includes a number of new compositions that had not been recorded (or even performed in public) before Camilo and his trio took over the Blue Note stage in March of 2003.
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Blue Note Jazz Club – Blue Note Jazz Club is a jazz club and restaurant located at 131 West 3rd Street in Greenwich Village, New York City. The club was opened on September 30,1981, by owner and founder Danny Bensusan, with the Nat Adderley Quintet being the featured performers for the night. The club’s performance schedule features shows every evening at 8,00 pm and 10,30 pm, the club currently maintains locations in Japan, Italy, United States, China, and Slovakia. Charles Flores has occupied the trios bass seat since their Grammy-winning album Live at the Blue Note, lately Camilo has drummer Dafnis Prieto as part of his trio. This new trio released the album Spirit of the Moment in April 2007,1984 - French Toast 1985 - Why Not. 7. Kenny Dorham – McKinley Howard Kenny Dorham was an American jazz trumpeter, singer, and composer born in Fairfield, Texas.
It's easy to be overwhelmed by the sheer virtuosity Michel Camilo displays at the piano. His level of playing is so high, his technique so flawless, his musical vocabulary so broad, that you can lose sight of what truly sets him apart from the pack of simply proficient pianists; namely his ability to transcend mere notes to convey real emotion. On his new two-disc Telarc release, recorded live during a six-night run at the Blue Note last year, the Dominican-born pianist is joined by a first-rate Cuban rhythm section of Charles Flores on bass and Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez on drums
The album was recorded at the Blue Note club in New York City on March 2003. Camilo, along Charles Flores, Horacio "El Negro" Hernández and Robert Friedrich, were awarded the Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Album for this release. The album was originally released as a single LP and rereleased as a double CD in 1994 with fourteen bonus tracks on the Blue Note label.
Disc 1 1. Cocowalk (6:12) 2. Two of a Kind (6:53) 3. Hello & Goodbye (8:42) 4. The Magic in You (9:02) 5. Tequila (4:50) 6. Dichotomy (7:58) 7. Twilight Glow (8:43) 8. Happy Birthday-Blue Bossa (3:53) 9. This Way Out (10:56). Disc 2 1. On the Other Hand (6:42) 2. Mongo's Blues (6:52) 3. Thinking of You (9:09) 4. At Night (To Frank) (6:14) 5. Why Not! (8:26) 6. Silent Talk (6:29) 7. See You Later (6:22) 8. And Sammy Walked In (6:35) 9. On Fire (13:02).
Michel Camilo - Happy Birthday - Blue Bossa. 9. Michel Camilo - This Way Out. 1. Michel Camilo - On The Other Hand. 2. Michel Camilo - Mongo's Blues. 3. Michel Camilo - Thinking Of You. 4. Michel Camilo - At Night. 5. Michel Camilo - Why Not! 6. Michel Camilo - Silent Talk.
|Two Of A Kind||6:40|
|Hello & Goodbye||8:18|
|The Magic In You||8:51|
|Happy Birthday/Blue Bossa||3:36|
|This Way Out||10:06|
|On The Other Hand||6:08|
|Thinking Of You||8:48|
|At Night ( To Frank)||5:55|
|See You Later||8:08|
|And Sammy Walked In||8:21|
|2SACD 63574||Michel Camilo||Live At The Blue Note (2xSACD, Hybrid, Multichannel, Album)||Telarc Surround||2SACD 63574||US||2003|
|2CD-83574||Michel Camilo||Live At The Blue Note (2xCD, Album, DSD)||Telarc Jazz||2CD-83574||US||2003|
|2CD-83574||Michel Camilo||Live At The Blue Note (2xCD, Album, DSD)||Telarc, Telarc Jazz||2CD-83574||Europe||2003|
|2SACD 63574||Michel Camilo||Live At The Blue Note (2xSACD, Hybrid, Multichannel, Album, Promo)||Telarc Surround||2SACD 63574||US||2003|