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Elvin Jones Dear John C. 2LP 45rpm Vinil 180 Gramas Impulse! Analogue Productions Edição Limitada USA

Elvin Jones Dear John C. 2LP 45rpm Vinil 180 Gramas Impulse! Analogue Productions Edição Limitada USA Maximizar
Artista: Elvin Jones
Título: Dear John C.
Número de Catálogo: AIPJ-88 / A-88
Editora: Impulse!
Reeditado por: Analogue Productions
Código de Barras: 753088008870
Ano da edição original: 1965
Ano da reedição: 2011
Quantidade de discos: 2
Rotações por minuto: 45 rpm
Tamanho do disco: 12"
Gramagem do Vinil: 180gr
Edição Limitada: Sim
Edição Numerada: Sim
Peso Total do Artigo: 715gr
País prensagem: USA
Produzido para o Mercado de: USA
Adicionado ao catálogo em: 5 Julho, 2017
Colecção: Analogue Productions Impulse! Series
Nota: Nunca elegível para descontos adicionais
Vinyl Gourmet Club: Sim


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Preço Unitário (c/ IVA): 52,67 €

Referência: AP45SA88GF

Disponibilidade: Em Stock Pronto Para Envio



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Elvin Jones estava no final da sua longa colaboração com John Coltrane quando liderou estas sessões em 1965, e apesar do pequeno grupo em estilo post-bop, a música é bem diferente das texturas densas do quarteto de Coltrane. Charlie Mariano destaca-se numa série de standards líricos, neste fabuloso album que inclui também Roland Hanna, Hank Jones e Richard Davis.

 

 

  • Edição Limitada
  • Edição Numerada
  • Masterizado por Kevin Gray
  • Masterizado na AcousTech
  • Corte Audiófilo 100% Analógico
  • 2LP 45rpm Vinil 180 Gramas
  • Prensagem RTI USA
  • Capa Gatefold Deluxe

 

 

Drummer Elvin Jones may have been breaking down new rhythmic boundaries at the time with John Coltrane's Quartet but his own sessions as a leader were not all that innovative. This quartet set with altoist Charlie Mariano, bassist Richard Davis and either Roland Hanna or Hank Jones on piano is an example of how the avant-garde of the era was starting to influence the more mainstream players. The music is in general safe but enjoyable with the virtuosic bassist Richard Davis often taking solo honors on what was in reality a modern bop date.


"The second album by Elvin Jones as sole title rights leader (excluding the co-op ensemble that recorded the stunning and essential progressive jazz icon Illumination!) has the drummer sounding more like a backup musician, as he claims no compositional duties or noticeable solo space. In fact, this is one of the very best albums in the career of alto saxophonist Charlie Mariano, who occupies the bulk of lead lines and improvising responsibilities. He's so up-front, and on an instrument that is not John Coltrane's main instrument -- the tenor sax -- that the title is also a bit of a misnomer. The value of Jones as a bandleader lies in his concept of using fellow Detroiter Sir Roland Hanna or brother Hank Jones on selected tracks, or in the case of three tracks, no pianist. Bassist Richard Davis rounds out this truly brilliant ensemble of burgeoning mid-'60s jazz stars, who play an enticing collection of standards, bop, compositions of Bob Hammer, and originals from several modern sources. A stone cold bebopper and Charlie Parker devotee at the time of this recording.


Mariano is the standout performer. He swings easily but mightily on the title track paralleling Coltrane's "Milestones," stretches the Charles Mingus evergreen "Reincarnation of a Lovebird" (titled here as "Love Bird"), and pulls out all the stops with Hank Jones during an only slightly flawed (they miss two notes) version of the tricky "Anthropology." They tack a calypso beat onto Duke Ellington's "Fantazm" in a playful, modern dress, and stroll on the quirky Hammer composition "That Five-Four Bag" as an offshoot retort to Dave Brubeck's "Take Five." The three tracks sans piano include a walking version of "Everything Happens to Me"; the ballad "Smoke Rings," where the band excepting Mariano is relaxed; and Frank Sinatra's "This Love of Mine," where the emotive saxophonist dips into humor, even a bit ribald. The variety from cut to cut is engaging, and there's nothing over the top, even the drumming of Elvin Jones. With the musicality at a high level, Dear John C. needs revisiting by drumming students and jazz fans to note how teamwork, shared values, and held-in-check dynamics benefit the overall quality of music. It seems this recording is underrated when over time it should never be. Dear John C. is deserving of an excellent rating." - Michael G. Nastos, All Music

 


Músicos:


Elvin Jones, bateria
Richard Davis, contrabaixo
Roland Hanna, piano
Hank Jones, piano
Charlie Mariano, saxofone alto


Lista de Faixas:


1. Dear John C.
2. Smoke Rings
3. Love Bird
4. Feeling Good
5. Anthropology
6. This Love Of Mine
7. Fantazm
8. Ballade
9. Everything Happens To Me

 

 


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