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Namespaces Article Talk. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I recently purchased a few CD's for 50 cents a piece and this was one of them. I thought, "Bass and accordian? Well I didn't go wrong in choosing this. It is a great CD. It sounds like a larger group then it is. It has a french-sounding type of music.
Something you would expect to hear at a Cabaret. I am not that big of a fan of the accordian but I was surprised at this sound. The two instruments really compliment each other. I love the jazz sound of it. These two guys really click with each other. I didn't realize that it was a live album until I saw it on Amazon. This is different music than mainstream but it is something you can have as background or to sit around with brandy and groove. If you're interested in an uncompromising alternative to some of Galliano's softer sounding arrangements, this album is for you.
Personally, not coming from a Jazz background, there were times I've found it a bit too stark. Mind you, a jazz musician friend, who listened to this album, said he found it to be an amazing album. Ron Carter needs no introduction, suffice to say he is one of the most diverse Jazz players around, being well versed with anything from Miles Davis with whom he recorded to Jobim.
He's also a prolific composer, whose work span more than 40 years. Buy new:. Ships from: Amazon. Sold by: Amazon. FREE Shipping on your first order. Arrives: Sunday, Oct 4. Fastest delivery: Wednesday, Sep 30 Details.
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Have one to sell? Sell on Amazon. Image Unavailable Image not available for Color:. In , the American bassist Ron Carter and the French accordionist Richard Galliano recorded an album of jazzy duets entitled Panamanhattan. Recorded during a live concert performance in Paris, the album is a mix of sultry, witty duets featuring an instrumental pairing that is unusual in jazz. It could have easily been a disaster, but for Carter and Galliano, virtuoso musicians who are world renowned masters of jazz improvisation, the album was an instant classic.
Carter, however, is not exactly aware of how well the music has withstood the test of time since he never got around to listening to the album, even now, more than twenty five years after they recorded it. Carter in a March interview in Vienna where he performed with Mr.
Galliano at the Wiener Konzerthaus. Carter is almost apologetic about this lapse, but it is quite understandable. Ron Carter is a very busy man. He has been a mainstay on the American jazz scene for more than 50 years as a performer, composer, author, and teacher. He has had the kind of long and prolific career that assures he will be remembered as one of the most accomplished figures in the history of American music.
His work with Mr.A small ballad (Ron Carter) 6. Portrait of Jennie (Russel naheasontelifa.puttvabwallveponcisolezytofouli.coon/Gordon Burdge) 7. Ballade pour Marion (Richard Galliano) 8. Little Waltz (Ron Carter) 9. Des Voiliers (Richard Galliano) Richard Galliano: accordéon, accordina (6) - Ron Carter: contrebasse.