Phineas Newborn - Phineas' Rainbow mp3 flac
Album · 1957 · 10 Songs. Phineas Rainbow Phineas Newborn Jr. Jazz.
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Phineas Newborn Jr. (December 14, 1931 – May 26, 1989) was an American jazz pianist, whose principal influences were Art Tatum, Oscar Peterson, and Bud Powell. Newborn was born in Whiteville, Tennessee, and came from a musical family: his father, Phineas Newborn S. was a drummer in blues bands, and his younger brother, Calvin, a jazz guitarist. He studied piano as well as trumpet, and tenor and baritone saxophone.
Phineas' Rainbow is the second album by American jazz pianist Phineas Newborn Jr. recorded in 1956 and released on the RCA Victor label. All compositions by Phineas Newborn Jr. except as indicated. Angel Eyes" (Earl Brent, Matt Dennis) – 4:19. Come to Baby, Do!" (Inez James, Sidney Miller) – 4:09. Land's End" (Harold Land) – 5:21.
Written-By – Phineas Newborn. 7. She (She Means Everything To Me). Written-By – George Shearing. Phineas' Rainbow (LP, Adv). Phineas' Rainbow (CD, Album, RE). Koch Jazz, BMG Special Products. KOC-CD-8585, DRC 12840. Studio album by. Phineas Newborn Jr.
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Whiteville, Tennessee native Phineas Newborn, Jr. swam in a pool of mental and physical challenges most of his professional life. Between the mid-1950s and the mid-'70s, Newborn was to bob to the surface to produce one masterpiece after another. Technically brilliant, Newborn was probably a bit closer to the aesthetic of Bud Powell (both personally and professionally) than Art Tatum, while possessing the depth and breadth of both. That would make him close to Oscar Peterson. Here is Phineas was originally released as Atlantic LP 1235, recorded May 3and 4, 1956 and Phineas' Rainbow was originally released as RCA LPM 1421, recorded between October 16th and 22nd, 1956. These two recordings boast all that is good about Newborn and makes a serious case for any piano enthusiast obtaining both discs.
Phineas Newborn, Jr. Biography by Scott Yanow. One of the most technically skilled and brilliant pianists in jazz during his prime, Phineas Newborn remains a bit of a mystery. Plagued by mental and physical problems of unknown origin, Newborn fade. ead Full Biography.
|A3||Come To Baby, Do!||4:13|
|A4||Stairway To The Stars||5:27|
|B2||She (She Means Everything To Me)||4:25|
|B3||Tin Tin Deo||4:23|
|B4||Autumn In New York||4:04|
|B5||What I This Thing Called Love?||6:17|
- Bass – George Joyner (tracks: A1, A3, A5, B1, B3, B5)
- Drums – "Philly" Joe Jones (tracks: A1, B1, B5)
- Guitar – Calvin Newborn (tracks: A1, A3, A5, B1, B3, B5)
- Liner Notes – Bill Coss
- Piano – Phineas Newborn Jr.
NotesRecorded in New York City,
on October 16, 1956 (Tracks A2, A4, B2, B4)
on October 19, 1956 (Tracks A1, B1, B5)
on October 22, 1956 (Tracks A3, A5, B3)
|LPM-1421||Phineas Newborn Jr.||Phineas' Rainbow (LP, Adv)||RCA Victor||LPM-1421||US||1956|
|RGP-1064||Phineas Newborn Jr.||Phineas' Rainbow (LP, Mono)||RCA||RGP-1064||Japan||1973|
|R25J-1017||Phineas Newborn Jr.||Phineas' Rainbow (CD, Album, Mono, RE)||RCA||R25J-1017||Japan||1988|
|RJL-2535(M), LPM-1421||Phineas Newborn*||Phineas' Rainbow (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||RCA, RCA||RJL-2535(M), LPM-1421||Japan||1981|
|KOC-CD-8585, DRC 12840||Phineas Newborn Jr.||Phineas' Rainbow (CD, Album, RE)||Koch Jazz, BMG Special Products||KOC-CD-8585, DRC 12840||US||2001|