World of Jazz 292

  1. Charles Lloyd – Autumn Sequence – Live 1966
  2. Tomasz Dabrowski Ad Hoc – Perfectly Average – Ninjazz
  3. Eric Revis Trio – Crowded Solitudes (for B.K.) – Crowded Solitudes
  4. Stephanie Richards – Full Moon Parts 1 and 2 – Fullmoon
  5. Ornette Coleman – European Echoes – Ornette Coleman Trio Live Manchester Free Trade Hall 1966
  6. Eric Revis- Rye Eclipse – Sing Me Some Cry
  7. John Coltrane – Blue Train – Giant Of Jazz
  8. The Miles Davis Quintet – Trane’s Blues – Workin’ with The Miles Davis Quintet
  9. Eric Revis 11:11 – Dark Net – Parallax
  10. Alice Coltrane – A Love Supreme – World Galaxy
  11. Charles Lloyd – Dream Weaver – Live 1966
  12. Eric Revis – St. Gyr – City of Asylum
  13. Alice Coltrane – Turiya – Huntington Ashram Monastery
  14. Sun Ra – Outer Spaceways Incorporated – Outer Spaceways Incorporated

 

Charles Lloyd – Autumn Sequence – Live 1966

2018 : Hi Hat Label – Having burst onto the national scene with Chico Hamilton s band in 1960, Memphis-born Charles Lloyd spent two years with Cannonball Adderley before forming his own quartet in 1965, featuring the young Keith Jarrett, Cecil McBee and Jack DeJohnette. By turns melodic and dissonant, the relentlessly experimental and innovative music they made is typified on these superb sets, originally broadcast on radio, and presented here together with background notes and images. The tracks on his show are from a Cologne radio broadcast on October 26th

Tomasz Dabrowski Ad Hoc – Perfectly Average – Ninjazz

2018: For Tune – Recorded March 9, 2018 at Quality Studio in Warsaw, Poland

Tomasz Dabrowski trumpet, mutes
Hiroshi Minami grand piano
Hiroki Chiba double bass, electronics
Hiroshi Tsuboi drums

Eric Revis Trio – Crowded Solitudes (for B.K.) – Crowded Solitudes

2016 : Clean Feed –   Eric Revis Trio, this time with Gerald Cleaver on drums  The brilliant   Kris Davis onpiano. Although the music is different from previously work, the principles, objectives and personality are the same, coming from the mind and heart of the same man who has plucked his double bass for 17 years with the Branford Marsalis Quartet. “Crowded Solitudes” is another example of Revis’s “back-to-the-future” philosophy: the invention of the future of jazz is rooted in its past and tradition.

Stephanie Richards – Full Moon Parts 1 and 2 – Fullmoon

2018 : Relative Pitch Records – Stephanie Richards trumpet, flugelhorn, percussion
Dino J.A. Deane sampler, live sampler.  With the release of Fullmoon, trumpeter and composer Stephanie Richards joins the ranks of Susana Santos Silva, Franz Hautzinger, Peter Evans and Nate Wooley. This enlightened group of trumpeters have taken the art of the solo to new heights with various combinations of extended technique, microtonality, free improvisation and electronic/acoustic experimentation. Here, Richards touches on almost all of the above with her inventively deployed playing.    Electronics player Dino J.A. Deane, whom Richards met through a mutual association with Butch Morris, is on hand with his sampler. Fullmoon is highly experimental in nature.  Despite the inquisitive environment on Fullmoon, Richards plays it close to the acoustic nature of the trumpet and flugelhorn letting Deane provide the morphed-in electronic layers.

Ornette Coleman – European Echoes – Ornette Coleman Trio Live Manchester Free Trade Hall 1966

2018 : Hi Hat – Ornette Coleman Trio, live at the Manchester Free Trade Hall on May 14th 1966 Ornette Coleman formed a new trio with bassist David Izenzon and drummer Charles Moffett in October 1961. As the decade progressed, they expanded their musical palette to include trumpet and violin not instruments Coleman was experienced on and divided audiences and critics with their fiercely uncompromising music. Originally broadcast on FM radio during a short British tour, this remarkable set finds them on typically confrontational form.

Eric Revis- Rye Eclipse – Sing Me Some Cry

2017 : Clean Feed  –  On  “Sing Me Some Cry”   he goes a long way beyond anything he’s achieved before. “Sing” is the next step beyond 2013’s “Parallax” (Clean Feed) which I will feature later, his first recorded pairing with multi-reedist and MacArthur Fellow Ken Vandermark, the Chicago experimental scion. It shows Revis’ astoundingly flexible range with a huge grounded sound. Vandermark returns to this session in a quartet with Kris Davis (Revis’ frequent trio partner in a handful of recorded dates with drummer Andrew Cyrille), and a former Chicagoan, Chad Taylor, whom the bassist employed on his acclaimed 2014 quartet session “In Memory of Things Yet Seen.”  Ttraditional vocabulary, free-bop and more, with a continued indifference to established aesthetic ideologies.
John Coltrane – Blue Train – Blue Train

1957 : Blue Note. Recorded on September 15, 1957. Bass – Paul Chambers,
Drums – “Philly” Joe Jones, Piano – Kenny Drew, Tenor Saxophone – John Coltrane
Trombone – Curtis Fuller, Trumpet – Lee Morgan

The Miles Davis Quintet – Trane’s Blues – Workin’ with The Miles Davis Quintet

1959 : Prestige. Bass – Paul Chambers , Drums – “Philly” Joe Jones,
Piano – Red Garland, Tenor Saxophone – John Coltrane, Trumpet – Miles Davis

Eric Revis 11:11 – Dark Net – Parallax

2012 : Clean Feed – Double Bass – Eric Revis, Drums – Nasheet Waits,
Piano – Jason Moran, Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Ken Vandermark

Alice Coltrane – A Love Supreme – World Galaxy

1972 : Impulse –  Piano, Organ, Harp, Tambura , Percussion,   – Alice Coltrane
Bass – Reggie Workman, Drums, Percussion – Ben Riley, Tenor Saxophone, Percussion – Frank Lowe, Timpani  – Elayne Jones – plus Strings

Charles Lloyd – Dream Weaver – Live 1966

Eric Revis – St. Gyr – City of Asylum

2013 : Clean Feed –  Recorded April 12, 2012 – Eric Revis bass, Kris Davis piano
Andrew Cyrille drums

Alice Coltrane – Turiya – Huntington Ashram Monastery

1969 : Impulse –  Bass – Ron Carter,  Drums, Percussion – Rashied Ali
Harp, Piano,   – Alice Coltrane

Sun Ra – Outer Spaceways Incorporated – Outer Spaceways Incorporated

1993 : Black Lion – originally released in 1971 as Pictures of Infinity – Alto Saxophone, Flute – Danny Davis, Alto Saxophone, Flute, Oboe, Drums – Marshall Allen
Baritone Saxophone, Flute, Drums – Pat Patrick, Bass – Ronnie Boykins
Bass Clarinet – Robert Cummings,  Drums – Nimrod Hunt
Drums, Flute – James Jackson
Percussion – Clifford Jarvis
Piano, Clavioline, – Sun Ra
Tenor Saxophone, Drums – John Gilmore
Trombone – Bernard Pettaway
Trombone, Drum – Ali Hassan, Teddy Nance
Trumpet, Drum – Ahk Tal Ebah*, Kwame Hadi

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