(Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Improvisation) The Jimmy Giuffre 3 & 4 (Richard Davis, Joe Chambers, Don Friedman, Barre Phillips) - New York Concerts (2 CD) - 2014, MP3, 320 kbps

(Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Improvisation) The Jimmy Giuffre 3 & 4 (Richard Davis, Joe Chambers, Don Friedman, Barre Phillips) - New York Concerts (2 CD) - 2014, MP3, 320 kbps
THE JIMMY GIUFFRE 3 & 4NEW YORK CONCERTS2 CD Жанр: Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Improvisation
Страна исполнителя (группы): US
Год издания: 2014
Аудиокодек: MP3
Тип рипа: tracks
Битрейт аудио: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 01:26:30
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: Front
01 - Syncopate 07:50
02 - Intro 00:37
03 - Crossroads 07:47
04 - Drive 11:39
05 - Quadrangle 03:52
06 - Angles 04:32
Jimmy Giuffre - Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone
Richard Davis - Bass
Joe Chambers - Drums
Judson Hall, New York City, September 3, 1965
01 - Syncopate 08:20
02 - Quadrangle 07:06
03 - Three Bars in One 08:50
04 - Cry, Want 09:40
05 - Angles 08:10
06 - Drive 08:06
Jimmy Giuffre - Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone
Don Friedman - Piano
Barre Phillips - Bass
Joe Chambers - Drums
Wollman Auditorium at Columbia University, New York City, May 19, 1965
Об альбоме (сборнике)
The release of the two remarkable 1965 performances on New York Concerts, unheard for nearly 50 years, offer a rare and revelatory glimpse into that
discographical dark period. This captivating two-disc set, would be valuable solely for the brilliant music, which finds Giuffre leading otherwise
undocumented trio and quartet line-ups that advance his experiments in counterpoint and abstraction from the chamber-like Free Fall into even more
adventurous avant-garde territory. But it also offers much-needed insight into one of jazz's most innovative thinkers at a key moment in his development.
The first disc was recorded in September 1965 at Judson Hall during Charlotte Moorman's New York Festival of The Avant Garde, produced by saxophonist and
jazz critic Don Heckman, on a triple bill with bands led by Heckman and Charles Lloyd. The concert marks the only performance by this particular trio with
bassist Richard Davis and drummer Joe Chambers, who when interviewed for the CD booklet, had no recollection of the date even happening.
Disc two travels slightly back in time to May 1965, with a performance in an empty Wollman Auditorium on the campus of Columbia University, then 19-year-old
Columbia student Klabin had recently been appointed head of the jazz department at WKCR-FM, the university's radio station, and wanted to present original
recordings as part of his show. He invited Giuffre with that goal in mind, and recorded his quartet - with Chambers, pianist Don Friedman, and bassist Barre
The tapes' welcome resurrection is accompanied by attractive and exhaustivepackaging, with liner notes by writers Philippe Carles and Bob Blumenthal (who
interviewed Friedman, Phillips, and Chambers); background by Feldman and Klabin; and reminiscences by Guiffre's longtime collaborators Paul Bley,
Steve Swallow, and the late Jim Hall. Giuffre's widow Juanita Giuffre also offers her thoughts and support, which was integral for the producer to move
ahead with the project. jazzmessengers.com
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