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A place where the joy of playing with friends overpowers the need to show off in a spotlight. Where recording an album is a relaxed good time, not a fraught business undertaking. In Earth geography, Bunezuela - with ports of call in Chicago, Milwaukee and Rockford, Illinois is located in the great Midwest and ruled over by a kindly potentate: the drummer who was born Brad Carlson but known worldwide as Bun E. Carlos of Cheap Trick. According to the fanciful liner notes inside the band's debut, the avuncular Bun a Venezuelan native from a family instrumental in the building of the Panama Canal - is short for Bunezuela.
It's a good story, but the truth is better. Jack DeJohnette drums, piano, electronic percussion Ravi Coltrane tenor, soprano and sopranino saxophones Matthew Garrison electric bass, electronics There is a lot of history concentrated in Jack DeJohnettes adventurous new trio.
Other covers include the classic Blue In Green by Miles Davis and Bill Evans Jack is one of the few musicians to have played in the bands of both men and Serpentine Fire, from the songbook of Earth, Wind and Fire, a tribute to Maurice White - who also collaborated with Jack in the early years. For all the wealth of references, this is indeed a band in movement, taking the music forward.
Ravi Coltrane and Matt Garrison, in their ECM debuts, both respond magnificently to DeJohnettes driving drumming, Ravi with superb solos, Garrison with lean bass lines and imaginative looping electronics.
Jack DeJohnette: We are connected at a very high and extremely personal level that I believe comes through in the music. Saints Alive! And the powerful three part title composition which addresses the trials and tribulations of recovery from addiction - moves through sorrow to hopefulness and joy.
The trio with Sheppard and Swallow has been an ideal vehicle for Carlas writing for more than 20 years and also provides one of the best contexts for her unique piano playing. It is released on the occasion of Carla Bleys 80th birthday on May On Sarah Jarosz s fourth album, Undercurrent, the impact of being a full-time artist living in New York City is palpable.
A gifted instrumentalist, singularly expressive vocalist and songwriter of rare insight, Jarosz anchors her new record with a haunting quartet of songs written and performed solo 'Early Morning Light,' 'Everything to Hide,' 'Take Another Turn' and 'Jacqueline. Their songs are expertly executed with musical muscle and fifth-gear urgency. When they perform more traditional blues, they play with the same decisive command. With each of their six previous releases, the band has grown musically and lyrically, creating a signature sound while earning a large and loyal worldwide fan base.
Sonata in F minor,op Sonata in D,op 10,No 3. Piano Vladimir Horowitz. Shows how powerful he could be in the music of Beethoven. There is bravura too in the finale of the "Apassionata. Symphony No 4. Boston Symphony Orchestra cond Monteux. Extremely quick tempi, my favourite version of the 4th symphony. Try Franck's symphony conducted by Monteux, in my opinion the best available. Swift tempi. Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen. Maureen Forrester contralto. Boston symphony cond Munch.
I think they will also rave over this performance. Sonata for piano and violin no 5 "Spring". Rubinstein -Piano. A superlative team playing in a superlative manner. While its fresh, dewy bright quality offers an exhilarating experience. Of course the Decca Perlman and Ashkenazy interpretations are classics. Cantata for mezzo-Soprano, Chorus and orchestra. Rosalind Elias Mezzo.
Chicago Symphony Orch cond Reiner. Even now these early stereo Chicago recordings can astonish the listener, while Reiner's performance is among the most exciting available. Elias's lament is very eloquent. Translations in booklet.
Masquerade Suite. He was a great Shostakovich conductor. His performance is affectionate and colourful as well as lively. The sort of music that cheers you up and puts a spring in your step. Want to get pumped up, play the Comedians. Appalachian Spring. The Tender Land suite:Suite. Boston Symphony Och cond Aaron Copland. Distinctive and radiant.
The CD to go to, for it is conducted by the composer himself. Carmen Suite. Morton Gould and his orchestra. Excerpts from the opera without the singing. If you have a CD player in your car, play it as you drive along and sing loudly. I am sure the other drivers will be impressed, even the Rap lovers.
Un sospiro. Hungarian Rhapsody No Il penseroso in C-sharp minor. Consolation No 3 in D-flat major. Gary Graffman Piano. Chicago Symphony Orch cond Leinsdorf. Richter Piano. This performance has all the intensity of a live occasion and finds him in splendid form. It is wayward, mannered in places, but the basic structure is always kept in sight. Very dashing. Julian Bream Guitar.
Melos Ensemble Cond Malcolm Arnold. His concerto written for Bream in is surely definitive. Emil Gilels Piano. His highly perceptive account captures the music's Schubertian spirit. He is authoritative. Heifetz Violin, Primrose, Viola, Piatigorsky. Heifetz Violin and Piatigorsky cello. The beautiful virtuosity of these players and the vastly superior sound make the RCA disc the first choice of the editions available Cohn.
Robert Johnson -Two Almanines. John Johnson -Fantasia. Cutting- Walsingham. Dowland- mignarda. Cutting -Almaine. Rosseter- Galliard. Cutting -Greensleeves. Dowland- Galliard upon a Galliard of Danial Bacheler. Morley- Pavon. John Dowland- Batell Galliard. A history of the Lute in the Booklet.
Sting plays the Lute and likes Dowland. The lute comes out of Moorish Spain, that is why it reminds me of the UD because of the shape, which makes a bass sound and is Middle Eastern. If you wish to relax listen to the Elizabethian music. Rubinstein always has something interesting to say in any major concerto. The final is both commanding and exciting. Rubinstein piano.
Streams Videos All Posts. Genre Country. Styles Bluegrass Traditional Bluegrass. Track Listing. Life in the Finland Woods. Clarence "Tater" Tate. Katy Hill. Prosperity Special. Irene Wlatz. Sally Goodin'. Whistlin' Rufus. Bakc Up and Push.Christmas music from a past long ago. ALL THE CLASSICS! I've been looking for this in an mp3 format for years. I have the original LP version and love dusting them off for a play with a glass of NOG! For me it truly completes the holiday. Now I can listen on the go. Definitely worth the purchase /5(27).