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Five Classic Albums Plus (The Gene Krupa Sextet #1 / #2 / #3 / Hey Here's Gene Krupa / The Gene Krupa Trio Collates)

Gene Krupa Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (24 Sep 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Avid Jazz
  • ASIN: B0091UN4OY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 72,361 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Payin' Them Dues Blues (The Gene Krupa Sextet #1)
2. Swedish Schnapps (The Gene Krupa Sextet #1)
3. I'm Coming Virginia (The Gene Krupa Sextet #1)
4. Showcase (The Gene Krupa Sextet #1)
5. Midget (The Gene Krupa Sextet #1)
6. Jungle Drums (The Gene Krupa Sextet #1)
7. Don't Take Your Love From Me (The Gene Krupa Sextet #2)
8. Imagination (The Gene Krupa Sextet #2)
9. Coronation Hop (The Gene Krupa Sextet #2)
10. Capital Idea (The Gene Krupa Sextet #2)
See all 18 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Day By Day (Hey... Here's Gene Krupa)
2. Little Girl Blue (Hey... Here's Gene Krupa)
3. As Long As I Live (Hey... Here's Gene Krupa)
4. Love Is Here To Stay (Hey... Here's Gene Krupa)
5. Jumpin' At The Woodside (Hey... Here's Gene Krupa)
6. Memories Of You (Hey... Here's Gene Krupa)
7. Gene s Solo Flight (Hey... Here's Gene Krupa)
8. Home (Hey... Here's Gene Krupa)
9. Chelsea Bridge (Hey... Here's Gene Krupa)
10. Out Of Nowhere (Hey... Here's Gene Krupa)
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AVID Jazz here presents five classic Gene Krupa albums plus a scarce Japanese E.P. including original LP/EP liner notes on a finely re-mastered and low priced double CD. 'Gene Krupa Sextet Volumes #1, #2 & #3'; 'The Gene Krupa Trio Collates'; 'Hey…Here's Gene Krupa' & 'Drum Boogie EP' One of the hottest drummers in jazz history features in our latest classic album release! This time we have five classic albums plus a scarce Japanese EP- 'Drum Boogie'. We include all three volumes of 'The Gene Krupa Sextet' series, two of which were arranged by band member Charlie Shavers. Joining Gene across these three albums are Ben Webster, Bill Harris, Teddy Wilson, Ray Brown and Eddie Davis. For 'The Gene Krupa Trio Collates', Gene is joined by Charlie Ventura on tenor and Teddy Napoleon on piano. For 'Hey…Here's Gene Krupa', Gene is accompanied by Eddie Shu on tenor, clarinet and trumpet, Dave McKenna on piano and Wendell Marshall on bass. To quote from Leonard Feathers original liner notes from 'Hey…'; 'To sum up this album briefly one might point out that it combines tasteful choice of material, and inventive interpretation, with a quality all too rare in albums under the direction of drummers …..and not too common in jazz as a whole….complete discretion and consistent, good taste…..'. We think this would apply to all our Gene Krupa selections! All five albums plus the E.P. have been digitally re-mastered

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Drum Boogie 19 Oct 2012
Format:Audio CD
This double cd from Avid is worth getting for the second cd alone..

The first cd has another reissue of Gene's sextet from 53, and it's all great stuff but has been out for awhile now.

The second cd is what the Krupa fan will like, but this cd has it's flaws too.

Hey here's Gene Krupa was nice lp and the sound quality is the best around..that can be said all the tracks on this cd.
Im not convinced this is from the master tracks, but tho a bit over recorded and toppy it is quite nice to hear full frequency of Gene's drums.

The Collates 10inch is also very nice audio wise, these always sound a bit muffled, but here they sound sharp..but the takes of St. Louis Blues and Perdido are not the "best" takes..as second takes of these tunes exist and are better.

The Japan 1952 ep plays very well, oh it's nice to hear these claasics with a fidelity that is much better than any other available issue of them, albeit this is from the ep and so you only get three of tracks recorded by the trio.

Yes this is a good deal, but most will only want the second cd and that too could be better,
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars More jazz files from Avid... 30 Nov 2012
By C. FULLER TOP 50 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD
This latest 2 CD set will be of interest to Gene Krupa fans perhaps for CD 2 including as it does a sought after album and EP. The sound quality is good but as with album transfers they can only be as good as the disc in question and so not being from the master tape there are some minor sound issues here but I think you will still enjoy Gene on both CDs and no one will question the reasonable pricing of the set. The recordings date from 1952 to 1957. Look out for more jazz releases from avid...
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4.0 out of 5 stars Many good things 18 Nov 2013
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Among the legions of jazz drummers Gene Krupa still enjoys enduring fame. Originally mentored by the far more restrained Dave Tough, Krupa changed horses and embraced the far more exhibitionist style of Baby Dodds, who became a prominent influence. Introducing both the bass drum and tom toms Krupa was together with Zutty Singleton to pioneer the long distance drum break ("Sing,Sing,Sing"). His firework displays apart Krupa was not to have the enduring influence of such craftsmen as Jo Jones and Kenny Clarke. Certain aficionados consider that the implied beat of Dave Tough suited the requirements of the Benny Goodman quartet better than the more stated beat of Gene Krupa

Avid's low cost tribute to Gene Krupa eschews any big band outings and is confined to small group albums recorded in the 1950s. On disc one Krupa leads three sextets which includes such highly regarded musicians as Teddy Wilson (piano), Charlie Shavers (trumpet), Willie Smith, Ben Webster and Eddie Davis (reeds), Bill Harris (trombone) and Ray Brown, Israel Crosby (bass) There is some fine solo work by the horns and elegant contributions from Teddy Wilson. Krupa takes a number of breaks and does not spare the kit. Disc two starts with a quartet giving prominence to the now barely remembered multi-instrumentalist Eddie Shu (tenor, clarinet, trumpet). The final selections feature a trio including Charlie Ventura (tenor) and Teddy Napoleon (piano). Disc two also boasts some fine musicianship and at times Krupa provides just the right rhythm backing but there are a number of noisy drum breaks which can tend to go on too long.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars STICK ART 8 Oct 2012
By Barry McCanna TOP 100 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
The genesis of this reissue is somewhat complicated. The first CD comprises the contents of three 10" LPs, all by the Gene Krupa Sextet. Four numbers were recorded in April 1953, with Charlie Shavers, Willie Smith, Teddy Wilson, Steve Jordan & Israel Crosby. They were bundled with two of eight numbers recorded in September 1953, and issued on the second album; the rest were issued on the first LP. The line-up for the second date had altered somewhat; out had gone Smith, Jordan & Crosby, to be replaced by Bill Harris, Ben Webster, & Ray Brown. The third date, February 1954, was back to the original line-up, but for Ben Webster, whose place was taken by Eddie Davis. This LP was also issued as "The Driving Gene Krupa".

The second CD begins with "Hey ... Here's Gene Krupa" which was recorded in mid-1957 with Eddie Shu, Dave McKenna & Wendell Marshall, and released on Verve in 1959. "The Gene Krupa Trio Collates" with Charlie Ventura and Teddy Napoleon was a 10" Mercury album issued in 1953. Just to further complicate matters, the six tracks were later combined with the first two Sextet LPs and repackaged as "Drum Boogie" and "The Exciting Gene Krupa". The compilation concludes with the EP "Drum Boogie" which was recorded in Tokyo in April 1952.

Gene Krupa pioneered the extended drum solo, and always made his presence felt, not least by his deployment of the bass drum. As you'd expect, these recordings from the fifties offer exciting hard-driving jazz, particularly the Sextet albums, which feature lusty contributions from Bill Harris. They include also moments of lyrical beauty as on "Don't Take Your Love From Me" and "Imagination" both of which feature Ben Webster, with Charlie Shavers doing a fair impression of Harry James in the latter. It's a very well-planned compilation, with high-quality sound restoration.
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