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(Avant-Garde/ Post Bop) String Trio of New York - Rebirth of a Feeling - 1984, FLAC (tracks+.cue) lossless

Треклист:
String Trio of New York / Rebirth of a Feeling Жанр: Avant-Garde/ Free Jazz
Страна-производитель диска: Italy
Год издания диска: 1984
Издатель (лейбл): Black Saint
Номер по каталогу: 120068-2
Страна: USA
Аудио кодек: FLAC (*.flac)
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Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 43:40
Источник (релизер): WEB
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04. String Trio oP New York , Penguins An' Other Strange Birds (7:30)
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Об исполнителе (группе)
String Trio of New York - (with a focus on Black Saint releases)
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Biography
by Steve Huey
The String Trio of New York has long been one of the finest avant-garde chamber jazz groups around. Formed in 1977 by bassist John Lindberg, guitarist James Emery, and violinist Billy Bang, the group was originally intended to spotlight its members' compositional skills, in addition to their advanced collective improvisations. As the years passed, however, the String Trio expanded its focus to include numerous commissioned works by contemporary avant-gardists, plus arrangements of classic pieces by jazz masters. Despite the seemingly cerebral nature of its conception, the String Trio has successfully maintained a grounding in melody and swing that helps make even its most adventurous work accessible. The String Trio recorded its debut album, First String, for Black Saint in 1979; four more albums followed on the same label, but following 1986's Natural Balance, Bang departed to pursue other interests. He was replaced by Charles Burnham, who remained with the group until 1991, when Regina Carter took his place. With Carter, the group recorded some of its strongest albums in years, including 1992's Intermobility (for Arabesque) and 1993's Blues...? (for Black Saint). However, Carter departed not long after, and with new violinist Diane Monroe, the group focused more on its performing and repertory activities than on recording. Two exceptions included a 1996 session with Anthony Davis, and the 1998 20th-anniversary celebration Faze Phour. In 2001, Monroe was replaced by Rob Thomas.
Source: http://www.allmusic.com/artist/string-trio-of-new-york-p11774/biography
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Contemporary Musicians | String Trio of New York
Chamber jazz group
Formed in the late 1970s by three musicians who wanted to explore their individual compositions and develop improvisational work, the String Trio of New York gradually expanded its focus to include works commissioned from other avant-garde composers as well as new arrangements of jazz standards. The group has recorded more than 14 albums and played in venues all over North America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa, and has appeared in jazz festivals in Berlin, Paris, Warsaw, Zurich, and across the United States.
The Trio's repertoire includes more than 60 original pieces, as well as works by other composers, including Muhal Richard Abrams, Joe Lovano, Dave Douglas, Leo Smith. They also perform unique arrangements of works by such jazz greats as Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk, Dizzy Gillespie, and Charlie Parker. In 2000 the Trio began playing their original and classic jazz pieces backed by a full orchestra. The group also works to educate the public about jazz and their unique approach to the form; they have developed a lecture and demonstration series that they bring to colleges and universities throughout the United States.
The group was formed in 1977 out of the jazz scene on New York City's Lower East Side. It started as a duo: guitar player James Emory and bass player John Lindberg. The two played small venues at first, eventually catching violinist Billy Bang's attention. Bang was fascinated by what Emory, speaking in an interview on National Public Radio (NPR), called "our maniacal duo playing," and he asked if he could sit in with them during a performance. Emory and Lindberg said yes, and the trio was born.
In the same NPR interview, Emory described that first session together as a revelation. "The sound of the three instruments played together was something that … really took us by surprise and it was a really delightful experience." The three players clicked immediately, and they realized that they had a unique sound. Continued Emory, "It took only a few minutes … of playing together, for us to realize that we had something special there that we had really just stumbled upon."
The String Trio of New York began by playing compositions written by its members, since there was little existing music for a violin, bass, and guitar trio from which to choose. Accordingly, its first album, released in 1979, two years after the group's formation, featured only original work. First String consists of three long pieces, each composed by a different member of the Trio. They eventually began to adapt existing music by great jazz composers, searching for a pleasing balance between pure improvisation and well-rehearsed compositions. Lindberg addressed this issue on NPR: "The question that listeners often ask is 'How much of what you're playing is improvised and how much is written?' Most pieces lay somewhere in between, where there's … a pretty even interplay. But the improvisation is generally the most important part as far as the spirit of the music, but I think what we're trying to attain and are successful in doing is making that question really pointless, because we want to make a [sic] music that's amalgamated between structure and improvisation and the better we get at it and the better and keener sensibility we have as a chamber jazz group playing together, you can't tell the difference between what's improvised and what's written."
Emory also told NPR that the combination of violin, bass, and guitar is essential to the group's sound. "The European string trio is violin, viola and cello, and I know that… there's some great music written for that combination, but for me, I have to think that the kind of music that we're doing, which is American music without any … kinds of conditions, is better served by this instrumentation just because of the rhythmic and the propulsive nature of the bass and the guitar."
Two of the original members of the Trio, Emery and Lindberg, remain in the current lineup, having been joined by a succession of violinists who followed Billy Bang after he left the group. These include Charles Burnham, who joined the group after Bang's departure in 1986, Regina Carter, who followed Burnham in 1991, Diane Monroe, who replaced Burnham in 1993, and Rob Thomas, who joined the group after Monroe left in 2001.
String Trio cofounder James Emery was born in 1951 in Youngstown, Ohio. He began playing music at the age of six, when he took up the organ, then switched to the guitar when he was ten. He studied composition at Cleveland State University to in 1974, then moved to New York City, where he continued his studies at City College of New York. Along with playing with the Trio, Emery heads a separate quartet and a septet, and he has frequently performs as a soloist, recording several albums under his own name.
Cofounder John Lindberg was only 16 when he began his professional career in music in 1975. He grew up in Detroit, then moved to New York in 1977. Like Emery, Lindberg too performs separately in his own ensembles, and he has recorded more than 20 albums featuring his original compositions.
For the Record …
Members include Billy Bang (left group, 1986), violin; Charles Burnham (group member, 1986-91), violin; Regina Carter (group member, 1991-93), violin; James Emery (born in 1951), guitar, John Lindberg, bass; Diane Monroe (group member, 1993-2001), violin; Rob Thomas (joined group, 2001), violin.
Group formed in New York City by original members Billy Bang, James Emory, and John Lindberg, 1977; recorded debut album, First String, 1979; four more albums followed: Area Code 212 (1981), Common Goal (1983), Rebirth of a Feeling (1983), and Natural Balance (1986); Bang left the group and was replaced by violinist Charles Burnham, 1986; the group recorded four albums with Burnham: As Tears Go By (1987), String Trio of New York and Jay Clayton (1988), Time Never Lies (1990), and the concert album Ascendant, (1991); replaced Burnham with violinist Regina Carter, recorded Intermobility and Octagon (1992), Live au Petit Faucheux and Blues …? An Outside Job (1993); replaced Carter with violinist Diane Monroe; concentrated more on performing live than on recording in the following years, but released With Anthony Davis (1996) and Faze Phour: A Twenty-Year Retrospective (1998); violinist Rob Thomas replaced Monroe, 2001.
Addresses:
Agent—Brad Simon Organization, 122 E. 57th St., New York, NY 10022. Office—String Trio of New York, 18 Woodside Dr., Warwick, NY 10990.
Trio of New York Official Website: http://www.s3ny.com.
A latecomer to the trio, violinist Rob Thomas replaced outgoing violinist Diane Monroe in 2001. While a student of classical violin at the University of Oregon, he discovered jazz and never looked back. After getting his start with area musicians, Thomas made his professional debut on tours of the Pacific Northwest as lead violin and backup player on bass with various bands. He moved to New York City in 1990, where, in addition to his work with the trio, he has recorded with such notables as the Jazz Passengers, Lee Konitz, Andy Summers, Aretha Franklin, Tito Puente, Max Roach, and many others.
Selected discography
First String, Black Saint, 1979.
Area Code 212, Black Saint, 1981.
Common Goal, Black Saint, 1983.
Rebirth of a Feeling, Black Saint, 1983.
Natural Balance, Black Saint, 1986.
As Tears Go By, ITM, 1987.
String Trio of New York and Jay Clayton, WestWind, 1988.
Time Never Lies, Vintage Jazz, 1990.
Ascendant, Stash, 1991.
Intermobility, Arabesque, 1992.
Octagon, Black Saint, 1992.
Live au Petit Faucheux, AA, 1993.
Blues…?, Black Saint, 1993.
An Outside Job, Radio France, 1993.
With Anthony Davis, Music & Arts, 1996.
Faze Phour: A Twenty-Year Retrospective, Black Saint, 1998.
Sources
Periodicals
Down Beat, September 1994; September 1996.
Online
"String Trio of New York," All Music Guide, http://www.allmusic.com (September 3, 2002).
String Trio of New York Official Website, http://www.s3ny.com (September 3, 2002).
Other
"Interview with Members of the String Trio of New York," Weekend Edition, National Public Radio, November 27, 1994, 10:00 a.m., Eastern Standard Time, transcript no. 1099-17.
—Michael Belfiore
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Source: http://www.enotes.com/contemporary-musicians/string-trio-new-york-biography
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FIRST STRING (Black Saint BSR031, 1979)
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String Trio of New York - First String
Artist String Trio of New York
Album First String
Rating star_rating(7)
Release Date Jun 1979
Recording Date Jun 1979
Label Black Saint
Type Instrumental
Time 36:58
Genre * Jazz
Style
* Avant-Garde Jazz
* Post-Bop
Review
by Scott Yanow
This set was the debut of the String Trio of New York, an innovative yet generally accessible unit originally comprised of violinist Billy Bang, guitarist James Emery and bassist John Lindberg. Each of the musicians contributed one lengthy composition apiece (including two with the intriguing titles of "Catharsis in Real Time" and "Subway Ride With Giuseppi Logan"), and the music expertly blends composition with improvisation. This music (free at times but always going in a logical direction) grows in interest with each listen.
Tracks
Title Composer Time
01 - The East Side Suite (John Lindberg) 19:55
02 - Subway Ride With Giuseppi Logan (Billy Bang) 08:00
03 - Catharsis in Real Time (James Emery) 09:03
Releases
Year Type label Catalog #
1997 CD Black Saint 120031
Source: http://www.allmusic.com/album/first-string-r151423
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rec. June 1979 Barigozzi Studio, Milano, (I)
Billy Bang violin / James Emery g,mandolin / John Lindberg b
Source: http://jazzrealities.blogspot.com/2010/01/blacksaint-discography-this-is-label.html
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AREA CODE 212 (Black Saint BSR048, 1981)
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String Trio of New York - Area Code 212
Artist String Trio of New York
Album Area Code 212
Rating star_rating(8) (That's 4.5 Stars)
Release Date 1981
Recording Date Nov 25, 1980 - Nov 26, 1980
Label Black Saint
Type Instrumental
Time 42:36
Genre * Jazz
Style
* Avant-Garde Jazz
* Post-Bop
Tracks
Title Composer Time
01 - Twixt C and D, for string trio (John Lindberg) 06:58
02 - Strawberries, for string trio (John Lindberg) 09:12
03 - Echovamp 1678, for string trio (Billy Bang) 05:15
04 - Coho, for string trio (James Emery) 08:17
05 - Bang's Bounce, for string trio (Billy Bang) 05:57
06 - Abjunctinuity (James Emery) 06:57
Releases
Year Type label Catalog #
1981 CD Black Saint
1997 CD Black Saint 120048
Source: http://www.allmusic.com/album/area-code-212-r167378
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rec. November 25/26, 1980 Barigozzi Studio, Milano, (I)
Billy Bang violin / James Emery g / John Lindberg b
Source: http://jazzrealities.blogspot.com/2010/01/blacksaint-discography-this-is-label.html
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COMMON GOAL (Black Saint BSR058, 1982)
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String Trio of New York - Common Goal
Artist String Trio of New York
Album Common Goal
Rating star_rating(7) (That's 4 stars)
Release Date Feb 1983
Recording Date 1981 11 12+1981 11 13
Label Black Saint
Type Instrumental
Time 41:18
Genre * Jazz
Style
* Avant-Garde Jazz
* Post-Bop
Tracks
Title Composer Time
01 - Multiple Reasons (John Lindberg) 07:06
02 - Space Walk (Billy Bang) 07:50
03 - San San Nana (Billy Bang) 05:50
04 - Between the Lines (James Emery) 06:56
05 - Common Goal (John Lindberg) 06:04
06 - Extensions and Exceptions (James Emery) 07:32
Releases
Year Type label Catalog #
1982 CD Black Saint
1993 CD Black Saint 120058
Source: http://www.allmusic.com/album/common-goal-r148236
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Common Goal
Artist: String Trio of New York
String Trio of New York - Common Goal CD
Label: Black Saint
ARTISTS
Billy Bang, violin, Yokobue flute, gong · James Emery, guitar, soprano guitar · John Lindberg, bass
TRACKS
Multiple Reasons · Space Walk · San San Nana · Between the Lines · Common Goal · Extensions and Exceptions
Source: http://www.jazzloft.com/p-40173-common-goal.aspx
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rec. November 12/13, 1981 Barigozzi Studio, Milano, (I)
Billy Bang violin,yokobue-fl, gong, / James Emery g / John Lindberg b
Source: http://jazzrealities.blogspot.com/2010/01/blacksaint-discography-this-is-label.html
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REBIRTH OF A FEELING (Black Saint BSR068, 1984)
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String Trio of New York - Rebirth of a Feeling
Artist String Trio of New York
Album Rebirth of a Feeling
Rating star_rating(8) (That's 8.5 Stars)
Release Date Nov 1984
Recording Date Nov 25, 1983 - Nov 26, 1983
Label Black Saint
Type Instrumental
Time 42:31
Genre * Jazz
Style
* Avant-Garde Jazz
* Post-Bop
Review
by Ron Wynn
The String Trio of New York's strongest lineup was arguably the edition that included violinist Billy Bang, guitarist James Emery and bassist John Lindberg. That unit was at its best here; the threesome played adventurous unison lines and offered wide-ranging solos. The best example of their interactive/reactive mode was the 14-minute "Utility Grey," with its array of textures, colors, moods and voicings. Emery wrote two selections, Bang a pair, and Lindberg the finale, but this was a unified effort. The String Trio of New York ranks as a premier outside group of the 1970s and '80s.
Tracks
Title Composer Time
01 - Open Up (James Emery) 07:40
02 - Karottenkopf (Billy Bang) 05:58
03 - Ephemera Trilogy (James Emery) 07:30
04 - Penguins An' Other Strange Birds (Billy Bang) 07:23
05 - Utility Grey (John Lindberg) 14:00
Releases
Year Type label Catalog #
1984 CD Black Saint
1994 CS Black Saint 120068
1994 CD Black Saint 120068
Source: http://www.allmusic.com/album/rebirth-of-a-feeling-r148237
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rec. November 25/26, 1983 Barigozzi Studio, Milano, (I)
Billy Bang violin / James Emery g / John Lindberg b
Source: http://jazzrealities.blogspot.com/2010/01/blacksaint-discography-this-is-label.html
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NATURAL BALANCE (Black Saint BSR098, 1987)
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String Trio of New York - Natural Balance
Artist String Trio of New York
Album Natural Balance
Rating star_rating(7) (That's 4 Stars)
Release Date 1986
Recording Date Apr 1, 1986 - Apr 2, 1986
Label Black Saint
Type Instrumental
Time 42:10
Genre * Jazz
Style
* Avant-Garde Jazz
* Post-Bop
Review
by Scott Yanow
This was the fifth and final recording by the original edition of the String Trio of New York before violinist Billy Bang departed. Comprised of Bang, guitarist James Emery and bassist John Lindberg, the original String Trio and its descendants sought to combine fairly free soloing with involved and multi-thematic compositions. The six group originals on this set (most memorable is Emery's rollicking "Texas Koto Blues") cover a great deal of ground and range from the accessible to the esoteric. An excellent outing.
Tracks
Title Composer Time
01 - One for Frankfurt TV (Billy Bang, James Emery) 06:26
02 - Seven Vice (John Lindberg) 07:10
03 - Texas Koto Blues (James Emery) 07:32
04 - Ground Work (John Lindberg) 06:54
05 - Shadows in the Light (James Emery) 08:42
06 - Going Through (Art Theme for AR Penck) (Billy Bang) 05:38
Releases
Year Type label Catalog #
1987 CD Black Saint
1993 CS Black Saint 120098
1993 CD Black Saint 120098
Source: http://www.allmusic.com/album/natural-balance-r152887
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rec. April 1/2, 1986 Barigozzi Studio, Milano, (I)
Billy Bang violin / James Emery g / John Lindberg b
Source: http://jazzrealities.blogspot.com/2010/01/blacksaint-discography-this-is-label.html
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OCTAGON (Black Saint 120 131, 1994)
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String Trio of New York - Octagon
Artist String Trio of New York
Album Octagon
Rating star_rating(8) (That's 4.5 stars)
Release Date 1992
Recording Date 1992 11 05+1992 11 06
Label Black Saint
Type Instrumental
Time 69:12
Genre * Jazz
Style
* Avant-Garde Jazz
* Post-Bop
Tracks
Title Composer Time
01 - The Pursuit of Happiness (James Emery) 07:05
02 - One for Robin (Marty Ehrlich) 05:28
03 - Strings and Things (Muhal Richard Abrams) 07:19
04 - Circular Views (John Lindberg) 07:42
05 - Upside the Downside (Mark Helias) 13:09
06 - Forever February (Regina Carter) 07:11
07 - Billie: The Queen of Holiday (Leo Smith) 13:06
08 - A Short History of the Balkans (Bobby Previte) 08:12
Source: http://www.allmusic.com/album/octagon-r205614
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rec. November 5/6, 1992 Barigozzi Studio, Milano, (I)
Regina Carter violin / James Emery g / Kohn Lindberg b
Source: http://jazzrealities.blogspot.com/2010/01/blacksaint-discography-this-is-label.html
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BLUES...? (Black Saint 12 0148-2, 1995)
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String Trio of New York - Blues...?
Artist String Trio of New York
Album Blues...?
Rating star_rating(7) (That's 4 Stars)
Release Date 1993
Recording Date Oct 5, 1993 - Oct 6, 1993
Label Black Saint
Type Instrumental
Time 53:53
Genre * Jazz
Style
* Avant-Garde Jazz
* Post-Bop
Review
by Scott Yanow
The String Trio of New York, which since 1991 has consisted of violinist Regina Carter, guitarist James Emery and bassist John Lindberg (the latter two were founding members in 1979), is often classified as an avant-garde group due to its unusual instrumentation and chancetaking improvisations. However this Black Saint release is among their most accessible. Although not all of the nine performances are blues (Duke Ellington's obscure "I'm Afraid" is a ballad and calling "Hurry Up and Wait" a reggae blues is stretching the point a bit), all of the selections are given blues feeling. In addition to five diverse originals (including an eccentric country blues "Bellyachin' Blues"), the group performs the Ellington piece (which was apparently never recorded by Duke), Lee Morgan's "Speedball," a mournful version of "Freddie Freeloader" and a six-song Charlie Parker blues suite which purposely slows down and speeds up in spots to jarring effect. With the exception of the latter (which ends inconclusively), this is a successful effort, well worth seeking out by adventurous listeners.
Tracks
Title Composer Time
01 - Cobalt Blue (James Emery) 08:44
02 - Depth (John Lindberg) 04:55
03 - Hurry up and Wait (Regina Carter) 05:13
04 - Speedball (Lee Morgan) 04:06
05 - I'm Afraid (Duke Ellington) 06:07
06 - A Suite of Works by Charlie Parker (Charlie Parker) 06:08
(Bloomdido/Billie's Bounce/KC Blues/Now's The Time/Buzzy/Au Privave, ...)
07 - Bellyachin' Blues (John Lindberg) 07:16
08 - Red Shift (James Emery) 06:02
09 - Freddie Freeloader (Miles Davis) 05:22
Releases
Year Type label Catalog #
1995 CD Black Saint 120148
Source: http://www.allmusic.com/album/blues-r223349
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rec. October 5 and 6, 1993 Barigozzi Studio, Milano, I
Regina Carter violin / James Emery g / John Lindberg b
Source: http://jazzrealities.blogspot.com/2010/01/blacksaint-discography-this-is-label.html
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THE RIVER OF ORION: 30 YEARS RUNNING (Black Saint 12 0178-2)
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String Trio of New York - The River of Orion: 30 Years of Running
Artist String Trio of New York
Album The River of Orion: 30 Years of Running
Release Date Jun 30, 2008
Label Black Saint
Genre * Jazz
Style
* Avant-Garde Jazz
* Post-Bop
Releases
Year Type label Catalog #
2008 CD Black Saint 1201782
Source: http://www.allmusic.com/album/the-river-of-orion-30-years-of-running-r1402149
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THE RIVER OF ORION
AQUARIAN WATERS (PART ONE) (6:08) / AQUARIAN WATERS (PART TWO) (4:45) / E. ERIDANI (5:14) / THE TRAPEZIUM (4:08) / THE RIVER OF ORION (THEME) (6:40) / ALNITAK (8:26( / STELLAR CORONAE (7:16) / THE ERIDANUS SUPERVOID (1:24) / EAST OF MINTAKA (7:11)
JOURNEY PLATZ
PART ONE (3:56) / PART TWO (2:10) / PART THREE (3:19) / PART FOUR (2:05) / PART FIVE (3:21)
rec. November 12th-13th-14th, 2007 MuRec, Milano, I
Rob Thomas violin / James Emery g / John Lindberg b
Source: http://jazzrealities.blogspot.com/2010/01/blacksaint-discography-this-is-label.html
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Об альбоме (сборнике)
REBIRTH OF A FEELING (Black Saint BSR068, 1984)
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String Trio of New York - Rebirth of a Feeling
Artist String Trio of New York
Album Rebirth of a Feeling
Rating star_rating(8) (That's 4.5 Stars)
Release Date Nov 1984
Recording Date Nov 25, 1983 - Nov 26, 1983
Label Black Saint
Type Instrumental
Time 42:31
Genre * Jazz
Style
* Avant-Garde Jazz
* Post-Bop
Review
by Ron Wynn
The String Trio of New York's strongest lineup was arguably the edition that included violinist Billy Bang, guitarist James Emery and bassist John Lindberg. That unit was at its best here; the threesome played adventurous unison lines and offered wide-ranging solos. The best example of their interactive/reactive mode was the 14-minute "Utility Grey," with its array of textures, colors, moods and voicings. Emery wrote two selections, Bang a pair, and Lindberg the finale, but this was a unified effort. The String Trio of New York ranks as a premier outside group of the 1970s and '80s.
Tracks
Title Composer Time
01 - Open Up (James Emery) 07:40
02 - Karottenkopf (Billy Bang) 05:58
03 - Ephemera Trilogy (James Emery) 07:30
04 - Penguins An' Other Strange Birds (Billy Bang) 07:23
05 - Utility Grey (John Lindberg) 14:00
Releases
Year Type label Catalog #
1984 CD Black Saint
1994 CS Black Saint 120068
1994 CD Black Saint 120068
Source: http://www.allmusic.com/album/rebirth-of-a-feeling-r148237
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rec. November 25/26, 1983 Barigozzi Studio, Milano, (I)
Billy Bang violin / James Emery g / John Lindberg b
Source: http://jazzrealities.blogspot.com/2010/01/blacksaint-discography-this-is-label.html
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