Old and New Dreams.
DC, tpt, p; DR, ten sex, musette; CH, b; EB, dr.
CH, b; Keith jarrett, p; Ornette Coleman, alto sx; Alice Coltrane, harp; Paul Motian, Perc.
AT, p; Silke Eberhard, alto sx, clari, bss clari.
Three albums, none new, two quite old onetゲーム無料 now, that demonstrate emphatically what an impact Ornette Coleman has had on that unique American music, jazz.
Showing too that not only was he a brilliant melodist and soloist but an extraordinary assembler of musical ensembles, only matched perhaps in the history of jazz by Ellington and Mingus.
Maybe Cecil Taylor too.
The album is comprised of four duets on melodies crafted by Haden, on each the bassist playing opposite an artist he knew, respected and was excited by.
Besides, the two cuts that follow are just superb.
Haden did other duet albums in his life —his lyrical sensibilities, his consummate ability to maneuver among chord patterns without nailing down the choices his horn partner had to play, and of course the sheer beauty and strength of his sound made him an ideal partner with artists as varied as Hampton Hawes, Jim Hall, Pat Metheny, Egberto Gismonti and Kenny Barron.
The original Old and New Dreams album is almost as old, issued in 1979.
Each of the quartet members wrote one of the other songs.
The third album, two CDs, is Ornette Coleman Anthology, recorded in 2006 by avant pianist Aki Takase and reedwoman Silke Eberhard.
Thirty-two songs by the master plus one homage by Takase.
The Coleman pieces date from the late 50s to the late 60s, the decade when he was winning recognition and shaping his music.
Also a period when he did NOT include piano in any of his ensembles.
Maybe her husband, equally avant garde pianist Alexander von Schlippenbach, but nobody else.
This music enriches jazz by opening new doors but it will prove hard, even harsh, to assimilate for the jazz enthusiast expecting more of the Same Old Same Old.
I had not heard of, or heard, reed player Eberhard before but she is a good companion for Takase.
On bass clarinet, she sounds source bit like Dolphy, who seems pretty much to have written the book on jazz bass clarinet.
In the liner notes, Takase writes that they rehearsed regularly before recording this music.
The result is a generous musical remembrance to a great artist, and one that is superbly executed.
Let's start with the obvious: Bass duets are not everyone's cup of tea.
That said, Haden is a very lyrical player and this recording has more appeal than many would expect.
The programmers were right to start the disk with the duet with Keith Jarrett: the piano-bass combination is the least unusual, Jarrett onetゲーム無料 a lot of commercial オンラインゲーム戦略RPGなしダウンロード, and the duet itself is based on the kind of contemplative theme well-suited to Jarrett's style.
The next duet is a bluesy romp with Ornette Coleman.
Back to the quieter more lyrical mode in the third duet with Alice Coltrane on "For Turiya.
The final duet with drummer Paul Motian uses revolutionary song recordings and harkens back to the avowedly political music of the Liberation Music Orchestra.
All and all a very appealing disk.
The CD re-issue of the other disc is titled THE GOLDEN NUMBER and features duets with Don Cherry, Hampton Hawes, Archie Shepp and Ornette Coleman again.
It should have been similarly titled 'THE GOLDEN NUMBER' Duets, for clarity's sake.
This is a great work of art from an amazingly gifted artist; gifted with great talent and bearing gifts オクラホマ州で最高のカジノホテル humanity, a beauty and originality that shines through, if anything, all the clearer today.
I can remember being transported into realms of heartbreaking ecstasy by Charlie Haden's playing listening to this back in the early eighties, in a way that was very rare.
The depths of emotion are still there, I just note that in our present digital time it may have become more difficult to relax and feel.
Perhaps it is music such as this, that can be a way back for us.
It is also worth noting that, I have found that, what was for me the most challenging duet at the time, that with Ornette Coleman, has now with the passage of time become more clear.
I can only now begin to hear the interesting musical ideas that he had going on on this recording.
I attribute this curious shift of perception to his playing having been so far ahead of its time, that it tended to "push listeners away", while now we are able to hear the music for what it truly always was.
I would consider this album essential: We are at a very fortunate crossroads in time right now where a number of such great and unjustly forgotten works of art are only now being made available again, in many cases after more than thirty years of being out of print.
A good opportunity to すべてのゲームは女の子を自由にプレイできます these works for future generations, and hopefully help them reach more people.
If you like Charlie Haden, be sure to check out Old and New Dreams, especially Song for the Whales, and The Ballad of the Fallen.
On the Ballad of the Fallen, among the very great players are Don Cherry and Jim Pepper.
Some of their works are again currently available on Amazon, check out Sangam with Don Cherry and Latif Khan, El Corazon with Ed Blackwell, Brown Rice, and the Codona Trilogy.
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