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(Free Jazz) Gerry Hemingway Quintet - Slamadam - 1995, APE (image+.cue), lossless

Gerry Hemingway Quintet / Slamadam
Жанр: Free Jazz
Страна-производитель диска: Germany
Год издания диска: 1995
Издатель (лейбл): Random acoustics
Номер по каталогу: RA 012
Страна: USA New Haven
Аудиокодек: APE (*.ape)
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 01:01:38
Источник (релизер): (rfccbh)
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да
01. Ij You Like [12:47]
02. Waltz anywhere [10:20]
03. Slamadam [09:25]
04. Threnody/Taffia [16:37]
05. Pumbum [11:59]
06. others [00:26]
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PERFORMER "Gerry Hemingway Quintet"
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PERFORMER "Gerry Hemingway Quintet"
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Об исполнителе (группе)
by Dave Lynch
Drummer/percussionist Gerry Hemingway is well-known for his work with the Anthony Braxton Quartet, a challenging and groundbreaking ensemble viewed by some critics as comparable in importance to the classic modern jazz quartets led by John Coltrane and Ornette Coleman. Hemingway joined the Braxton quartet in 1983 and occupied the drummer's chair for 12 years, recording with the band on various labels and making numerous club, concert, and festival appearances internationally. (An English tour is documented in Graham Lock's 1988 book Forces in Motion.)
However, Hemingway's membership in the Braxton quartet has not been the only high watermark in his career. While still drumming with Braxton during the early '90s, Hemingway began coming to prominence as a bandleader in his own right, heading a "transatlantic quintet" including American Mark Dresser from the Braxton quartet on bass as well as three musicians based in Amsterdam: cellist Ernst Reijseger, trombonist Wolter Wierbos, and saxophonist/clarinetist Michael Moore. Hemingway played drums and percussion and composed all of the quintet's original material, which can be heard on a number of acclaimed CDs. The ensemble's recordings include Special Detail (1991), Demon Chaser (1994), and The Marmalade King (1995), all on the Hat Art label and unfortunately now out of print. Two more recordings on the German Random Acoustics label are Slamadam (1995) and Perfect World (1996). In 1991, the band -- minus cellist Reijseger -- also made a quartet recording, which was released as Down to the Wire by Hat Art in 1993.
Hemingway disbanded the quintet after 12 years, citing the "formidable cost" of bringing the Netherlands musicians to North America for tours of the United States and Canada. Waltzes, Two-Steps & Other Matters of the Heart, the quintet's apparent final CD recorded at live European dates in 1996, was released by GM Recordings in 1999.
At the 1997 New York Jazz Festival, Hemingway premiered a new quartet with a shifting lineup drawing from a core group of musicians based in the United States. Quartet musicians included Ray Anderson or Robin Eubanks on trombone, Ellery Eskelin on tenor saxophone, and Mark Dresser or Michael Formanek on bass. While on tour in Europe during November of 1997, this new "American quartet " (with Robin Eubanks on trombone) recorded material for the CD Johnny's Corner Song, released by Auricle Records in 1998. Able to avoid the transportation costs associated with European musicians, Hemingway took the new band on the road for numerous appearances across the United States during 1998 and 1999. Key compositions performed on tour during this period were later recorded by the Hemingway quartet (with Anderson on trombone and Dresser on bass) for 2003's Devils Paradise.
Hemingway has also made forays into the world of contemporary classical music. He received commissions to write "Contigualis" for string quartet and "The Visiting Tank" for string quartet plus live electronics. These compositions were recorded in February 1999 at Merkin Hall in New York City along with two other works ("Aurora" for sextet and "Circus" for quintet), which were revisions of earlier commissions. The program was recorded for John Zorn's Tzadik label and released as the CD Chamber Works later in 1999. Hemingway has also received commissions for a concerto for percussionist and orchestra; a concert-length work for tape and percussion; a quadraphonic electronic composition; and a piece for multiple slide projectors, tape, and percussion, among other chamber and multimedia works.
Performances and recordings of solo percussion and electronic music have also been part of Hemingway's artistic endeavors. In 1996, Random Acoustics released Electro-Acoustic Solo Works (1984-1995) and Acoustic Solo Works (1983-1994), a pair of CDs documenting this facet of his career.
In addition to his own projects, Hemingway has been a member of ensembles led by bassist Reggie Workman and pianist Anthony Davis. He also participates in various collaborative groups, including BassDrumBone with Ray Anderson and bassist Mark Helias and a trio with Ernst Reijseger and German pianist Georg Graewe. In addition, Hemingway appears semi-regularly in a duo with pianist (and Braxton quartet alumnus) Marilyn Crispell; a trio with Crispell and bassist Barry Guy; Tambastics with Mark Dresser, flutist Robert Dick, and pianist Denman Maroney; and the Iliad Quartet with guitarist James Emery. Other musicians with whom he has recorded and performed include Derek Bailey, Leo Smith, Oliver Lake, Frank Gratkowski, Conrad Bauer, John Cale, and Hank Roberts.
Об альбоме (сборнике)
by Thom Jurek
It's rare that an actual jazz date makes an appearance on the Random Acoustics label, so when one does rise up from the noisy improv ether, listeners are sure to pay attention. The Gerry Hemingway Quintet was an under-recorded unit chock-full of masterful players: Mark Dresser bass; Ernst Reijseger, cello; Michael Moore, saxophones and clarinet; Wolter Wierbos, trombone; and of course Hemingway, the man behind the kit. This disc is culled from a trio of performances from 1991 to 1993. While excerpts from concerts are usually unsatisfying for lack of continuity, this batch is different largely because it features live recordings of material that appeared on studio records before this compilation. For example, the version here of the title track is one that almost picks up in the middle of the version that appeared on the HatART disc Demon Chaser. The splattering tension that revs itself into a frenzy and threatens to go off its nut was only hinted at in the studio piece, which is therefore completed in this rendering. "Threnody/Taffia 2" is a live medley of "Threnody for Charles Mingus," which appeared on Outerbridge Crossing on the Sound Aspects label, and there is also a cruelly intense second half of "Taffia" from the HatART disc Special Detail. The Wierbos solo is meltdown fine and Hemingway's creation of a counterpoint with the dual bassing notions of Dresser and Reijseger swings for the fences of blues harmony. Also notable is the quintet version of "If You Like," which pits Dresser and Reijseger against one another in a duel to the death of harmonic invention and scalar intrigue, all the while swinging within a hard bop/blues framework with Hemingway triple-time soloing all around them, creating a an almost impossible contrapuntal situation as Wierbos and Moore hold down the swing in lyrical elegance. This is just an awesome disc. Period.
Bass - Mark Dresser
Cello - Ernst Reijseger
Drums, Steel Drums - Gerry Hemingway
Saxophone [Alto], Clarinet, Clarinet [Bass] - Michael Moore
Trombone - Wolter Wierbos
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