We remember Horace Silver. ‘Golden Silver’

This day (June 18, 2014), in New Rochelle, New York, died Horace Ward Martin Tavares Silva a.k.a. Horace Silver, an American jazz pianist and composer.

VIDEO DIGEST

Digest Tracklist :

Song For My Father (1976) . Filthy Mcnasty (1987) . The Gods Of Yoruba (2005) . Liberated Brother (1974) . Pretty Eyes (1964) . Senor Blues (1959) . Cool Eyes (1958 ) . Song For My Father (1968) .

TOP 10

Horace Silver Top 10 :

Song For My Father . Que Pasa . Doodlin’ . The Preacher . Sister Sadie . Peace . Senor Blues . Blowin The Blues Away . Creepin’ In . Room 608 .

SELECTED ALBUMS

Sonny Rollins, Vol. 2 by Sonny Rollins is an album recorded on April 14, 1957 and featuring Thelonious Monk and Horace Silver, both on the Monk composition Misterioso. >>

Recorded on February 21, 1954, A Night at Birdland Vol. 1 is an album by Art Blakey with Clifford Brown, Lou Donaldson, Horace Silver and Curly Russell. >>

Norah Jones’ ‘Day Breaks’ is her sixth solo studio album featuring compositions by Horace Silver and Duke Ellington and released on October 7, 2016. >>

Recorded on February 23 & March 29, 1968, Serenade to a Soul Sister is an album by Horace Silver with Charles Tolliver, Stanley Turrentine and others. >>

Recorded on January 31, 1959, Finger Poppin’ is an album by Horace Silver with Blue Mitchell, Junior Cook, Gene Taylor and Louis Hayes. >>

Recorded on November 13, 1954 & February 6, 1955 , Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers is an album by Horace Silver with Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers. >>

Recorded on January 30 and March 29, 1955, Afro-Cuban is an album by Kenny Dorham with Hank Mobley, Horace Silver, Art Blakey et al. >>

Recorded on November 10 & 15, 1956, 6 Pieces of Silver is an album by Horace Silver with Donald Byrd, Hank Mobley, Doug Watkins and Louis Hayes. >>

Recorded on October 31, 1963; January 28 and October 26, 1964, Song for My Father is an album by the Horace Silver Quintet. >>

Doin’ the Thing by Horace Silver is a live album recorded on May 19 & 20 1961 at the Village Gate in New York City. >>

Recorded on August 29-30 & September 13, 1959, Blowin’ the Blues Away is an album by Horace Silver with Blue Mitchell, Junior Cook, Gene Taylor and Louis Hayes. >>

MORE VIDEOS

[1976] Horace Silver Quintet – that is Horace Silver (p), Bob Berg (ts), Tom Harrell (tp), Steve Beskrone (b) and Eddie Gladden (d) – plays at Umbria Jazz Festival in Perugia, Italy >> 43 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1986] the Horace Silver Sextet featuring Andy Bey on vocals and Dave Douglas on trumpet is at Jazzfestival Bern in Switzerland >> 70 MINUTES on RVM >>

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Wikipedia : This day (June 18, 2014), in New Rochelle, New York, died Horace Ward Martin Tavares Silva a.k.a. Horace Silver, an American jazz pianist and composer.

The Official Website of Horace Silver : The pianist could have just as easily been describing his own life. For more than fifty years, Silver has simply written some of the most enduring tunes in jazz while performing them in a distinctively personal style.

@allmusic : The hard bop style that Silver pioneered in the ’50s is now dominant, played not only by holdovers from an earlier generation, but also by fuzzy-cheeked musicians who had yet to be born when the music fell out of critical favor in the ’60s and ’70s.

@last.fm : He is known for his distinctive humorous and funky playing style, and for his pioneering contributions to hard bop. Silver was influenced by a wide range of musical styles, notably gospel music, African music, and Latin American music.

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