Ivan Jullien ‎– Complete Riviera Recordings

Label:
Universal Music France ‎– 279 766-6, EmArcy ‎– 279 766-6
Series:
Jazz In Paris – Hors-série 09
Format:
2 × CD, Compilation, Stereo, Mono
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Paris Point Zéro, 1966
1-1 Paris Jazz All Stars Double Indeed
Trumpet [Solo] – Bernard Vitet
2:40
1-2 Paris Jazz All Stars Mister Gertberg
Trombone [Solo] – Raymond KatarzynskyTrumpet [Solo] – Ivan Jullien
5:25
1-3 Paris Jazz All Stars Freedom
Organ [Solo] – Eddy Louiss
5:33
1-4 Paris Jazz All Stars Un Canard Sentimental
Saxophone [Solo] – Michel Portal
5:09
1-5 Paris Jazz All Stars Soara
Double Bass [Solo] – Gilbert RovèreDrums [Solo] – Charles BellonziOrgan [Solo] – Eddy Louiss
6:42
1-6 Paris Jazz All Stars Dainaya
Saxophone [Solo] – Robert Garcia*Trumpet [Solo] – Ivan Jullien
3:49
1-7 Paris Jazz All Stars Parallèles
Saxophone [Solo] – Michel PortalTrumpet [Solo] – Bernard VitetWritten-By – Christian Chevallier
5:08
1-8 Paris Jazz All Stars And Now Hear Our Meanin'
Arranged By – Roger GuérinWritten-By – Jimmy Woode
4:59
Riviera Sound N°1, 1968
2-1 Big Jullien And His All Star An Oscar For Eddy 2:58
2-2 Big Jullien And His All Star Wake The Monster 2:28
2-3 Big Jullien And His All Star Edith 2:52
2-4 Big Jullien And His All Star Crescendo 3:17
2-5 Big Jullien And His All Star The Big Team 2:28
2-6 Big Jullien And His All Star Pace 2:59
2-7 Big Jullien And His All Star I Remember Otis 2:55
2-8 Big Jullien And His All Star Talk 2:15
2-9 Big Jullien And His All Star The Looser 2:51
2-10 Big Jullien And His All Star Sonoro 3:20
2-11 Big Jullien And His All Star Timesquare
Written-By – Charles Mingus
3:50
2-12 Big Jullien And His All Star Opening 2:43
Secret Service, 1971
2-13 Ivan Jullien Big Band Indicatif
Trumpet [Solo] – Ivan JullienWritten-By – Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, George Gershwin, Louis Armstrong
2:37
2-14 Ivan Jullien Big Band Calamaty Lul
Trumpet [Solo] – Ivan Jullien
3:08
2-15 Ivan Jullien Big Band Auntie Pia
Trumpet [Solo] – Ivan JullienWritten-By – Robert Garcia*
5:20
2-16 Ivan Jullien Big Band Time Square Garden
Saxophone [Solo] – Jean-Louis ChautempsTrumpet [Solo] – Ivan JullienWritten-By – Charles Mingus
7:55
2-17 Ivan Jullien Big Band Running With Ruthi
Saxophone [Solo] – Robert Garcia*Trumpet [Solo] – Ivan Jullien
4:08
2-18 Ivan Jullien Big Band Meet Mickey
Piano [Solo] – Michel GraillierTrumpet [Solo] – Ivan JullienWritten-By – Michel Graillier
2:46
2-19 Ivan Jullien Big Band Secret Service
Drums [Solo] – André CeccarelliTrumpet [Solo] – Ivan Jullien
6:23
2-20 Ivan Jullien Big Band Agence Cook
Trumpet [Solo] – Fernand Verstraete, Ivan Jullien
5:18

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Notes

Note: mastering error on track 2 on the second disc. "Wake The Monster" is chock-full of glitches and skips from about 49 seconds onward.

CD1 recorded February 11, 12 and 28, 1964
Reissue of the Riviera LP 421 047 (mono) / 521 047 (stereo)

Tracks 2-1 to 2-12 recorded March 1968 to February 1969
Reissue of the Riviera LP 521 102

Tracks 2-13 to 2-20 recorded April 19 and June 14, 1971
Reissue of the Riviera LP 521 173

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 602527976662
  • Label Code: LC 00699
  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SCAM

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bitconnector

bitconnector

January 31, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

EDIT: UMG France is apparently currently working on a new master for this CD.

The music on this twofer has been long OOP [IIRC only "Riviera Sound No. 1" has previously been released on CD]. It's a mix of really engaging groovy jazz with an easy listening feel to it.

So far so excellent, and really worth it's while. If it wasn't for a _major flaw_ in the CD's mastering: Track 2 on the second disc ["Wake The Monster"] is chock-full of glitches and skips from about 49 seconds onward. I have checked this on numerous sources: my own CD's bought from amazon, a friend's version and a track downloaded from a tracker somewhere. All have the exact same skips, which make the most iconic of all tracks on this double-decker unlistenable. I also cannot believe that no one seems to have noticed this before me... It's really obvious and in your face.

In its present form absolutely not to be recommended.