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(Free Jazz, Avant-Garde, Free Improvisation, Modern Creative) [CD] The Vinny Golia Quintet (Ken Filiano, Alex Cline, Wayne Peet, John Fumo) - Regards From Norma Desmond (1986) {Fresh Sound New Talent, Spain} - 1994, APE (image+.cue), lossless

(Free Jazz, Avant-Garde, Free Improvisation, Modern Creative) [CD] The Vinny Golia Quintet (Ken Filiano, Alex Cline, Wayne Peet, John Fumo) - Regards From Norma Desmond (1986) {Fresh Sound New Talent, Spain} - 1994, APE (image+.cue), lossless
The Vinny Golia Quintet / Regards From Norma Desmond
Жанр: Free Jazz, Avant-Garde, Free Improvisation, Modern Creative
Носитель: CD
Страна-производитель диска (релиза): Spain
Год издания: 1994
Издатель (лейбл): Fresh Sound New Talent
Номер по каталогу: FSNT 008 CD
Аудиокодек: APE (*.ape)
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 00:51:27
Источник (релизер): harakiri29
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: front
1. Teribee, Three Palm Slammy 6:50
2. The Cry (for Booker Little) 12:06
3. A) 3 Things for the Practitioner 7:45
4. B) Sent a Message 8:49
5. A) Professor Mackel's Famous Ride 10:21
6. B) It's Played Slowly 5:33
Recorded in Los Angeles, October 15, 1986
Vinny Golia - baritone saxophone
Ken Filiano - double bass
John Fumo - trumpet
Wayne Peet - piano
Alex Cline - drums
Лог создания рипа (EAC Log)
Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 4 from 23. January 2008
Отчёт EAC об извлечении, выполненном 2. мая 2009, 17:45
Vinny Golia / Regards From Norma Desmond
Дисковод: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-S203D Adapter: 3 ID: 0
Режим чтения : Достоверность
Использование точного потока : Да
Отключение кэша аудио : Да
Использование указателей C2 : Нет
Коррекция смещения при чтении : 6
Способность читать области Lead-in и Lead-out : Нет
Заполнение пропущенных сэмплов тишиной : Да
Удаление блоков с тишиной в начале и конце : Нет
При вычислениях CRC использовались нулевые сэмплы : Да
Интерфейс : Установленный внешний ASPI-интерфейс
Выходной формат : Внутренние WAV-операции
Формат сэмплов : 44.100 Гц; 16 бит; стерео
TOC извлечённого CD
Трек | Старт | Длительность | Начальный сектор | Конечный сектор
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2 | 6:51.22 | 12:06.65 | 30847 | 85361
3 | 18:58.12 | 7:45.03 | 85362 | 120239
4 | 26:43.15 | 8:49.45 | 120240 | 159959
5 | 35:32.60 | 10:21.70 | 159960 | 206604
6 | 45:54.55 | 5:33.05 | 206605 | 231584
Характеристики диапазона извлечения и сообщения об ошибках
Выбранный диапазон
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Пиковый уровень 99.0 %
Качество диапазона 100.0 %
CRC копии C2E0AA78
Копирование... OK
Ошибок не произошло
Конец отчёта
Содержание индексной карты (.CUE)
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TITLE "Teribee, Three Palm Slammy"
PERFORMER "Vinny Golia"
INDEX 00 00:00:00
INDEX 01 00:00:32
TITLE "The Cry (for Booker Little)"
PERFORMER "Vinny Golia"
INDEX 01 06:51:22
TITLE "a) 3 Things For The Practitioner"
PERFORMER "Vinny Golia"
INDEX 01 18:58:12
TITLE "b) Sent A Message"
PERFORMER "Vinny Golia"
INDEX 01 26:43:15
TITLE "a) Professor Mackel's Famous Ride"
PERFORMER "Vinny Golia"
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TITLE "b) It's Played Slowly"
PERFORMER "Vinny Golia"
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Review by Don Snowden
Surprise, surprise. When this 1986 session came out nearly a decade later, it was really nice to hear Vinny Golia back in what qualifies as a straight-up blowing session for him. It's rare enough he only brought his baritone sax to the session and the other members of his quintet were regular, long-term playing partners. "Teribee, Three Palm Slammy" hits the ground running with a nice post-bop head incorporating a mutated Monk motif behind a strong push from drummer Alex Cline. John Fumo, excellent throughout the disc, takes a strong solo before Golia takes over supported by Ken Filiano's walking bassline and a lean, clean return to the head. "The Cry (for Booker Little)" opens with a pretty medley colored by some Cline gongs-and-chimes shimmers, with the baritone solo steadily building in intensity to a climax. But the piece suffers when Cline and Filiano (to a lesser degree) get overbearing in their support and pull attention away from what pianist Wayne Peet is developing in his solo. They do better joining in the latter's solo on the mournful-to-majestic "Sent a Message" with another notable solo by Fumo tinted with Don Cherry. "3 Things for the Practitioner" is a bit more abstract and composed, with some pretty exchanges between a muted Fumo and Filiano swoops that turn dreamy and abstract for Golia.
"Professor Mackel's Famous Ride" opens with a bass solo favoring muted popping and its percussive flavor is an excellent trigger into the bright, extended melody over Cline's tom-tom propulsion. Golia heads off to the races and comes back home with extended lines and broad tone to intertwine with Fumo before the trumpeter launches his own solo. A Cline solo bridges into "It's Played Slowly," a riff-oriented piece with the lurching feel of Golia's compositions for his Large Ensemble and the horns used just for coloring. Regards From Norma Desmond is a timely reminder of a very productive phase in Golia's career. The playing and compositions are strong and it would be cool to hear Golia take a break from his more challenging projects and return to a kind of more relaxed format and informal atmosphere from time to time.
Customer Review:
5.0 out of 5 stars
Terrific '80s Free Bop
By David Conklin on October 6, 2009
This is one of my favorite jazz recordings from the 1980s. (Recorded in 1986, it wasn't released until 1994.) NORMA DESMUND is a gripping, high-energy set combining straight-ahead and avant-garde styles. It's a relatively accessible blend that's continuously interesting. An exciting West-Coast counterpoint to the better known New York scene of that era. Vinny Golia (usually known for his multi-instrumentalism), here sticks to baritone sax throughout. His fellow LA musicians are John Fumo (trumpet), Wayne Peet (piano), Ken Filiano (bass), and Alex Cline (drums). Everyone has opportunities to stretch out, and each contributes mightily to the set. Why aren't these guys better known? The compositions are original and of very high-caliber. The recording itself is very good, with plenty of bass.
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