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Sphere No. 2 - Cecil Taylor Workshop Ensemble - Melancholy (CD, Album)

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  1. As sideman. Gil Evans Orchestra: Into the Hot, (features tracks also released on Mixed); Jazz Composer's Orchestra: The Jazz Composer's Orchestra, (Taylor featured on 2 tracks); Friedrich Gulda: Nachricht vom Lande, (Taylor featured on 3 tracks); Tony Williams: The Joy of Flying, (Taylor featured on 1 track); Art Ensemble of Chicago: Thelonious Sphere Monk, (Taylor.
  2. MELANCHOLY - 1 Sphere No. 1 - 2 Sphere No. 2 - 3 Sphere No. 3 - Composed by Cecil Taylor. BOOKLET: Design/Layout: Jost Gebers. Photos: front by Dagmar Gebers, inside by Jost Gebers REMARK: Penguin Guide to Jazz on CD: 3 ½ Stars. All Music Guide: 4 Stars. Reviews / Rezensionen Download.
  3. Taylor, Cecil - Melancholy - beosucrauzitidismisutesnolegdu.coinfo Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in Audio CD. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Audio CD, Import, March 25, "Please retry" 2. Sphere No. 2 - Cecil Taylor 3. Sphere No. 3 - Cecil Taylor. Product details. Audio CD (March 25, ).
  4. Mr Cecil Percival Taylor is one of the few legends of free jazz, arguably one of the major musicians of the second half of the 20th century, although his music is often considered hard to understand (some even say hard to hear). A master pianist, he began his career in the mid 50's, at that time already an adventurous post-bop pianist, still somewhat under Monk's influence.
  5. This edition of The Cecil Taylor Unit, featured here on the album of the same name, is definitely the pianist's greatest group. This Unit, consisting of Jimmy Lyons on alto sax, Raphe Malik on trumpet, Ramsey Ameen on violin, Sirone on bass and Ronald Shannon Jackson on drums, also recorded the two classic albums "3 Phasis" and "One Too Many Salty Swift And Not 5/5(5).
  6. The World of Cecil Taylor (), 7/10 New York City R&B (), 7/10 It took three years for Taylor to release another album, and it presented a larger ensemble and an even wilder sound, as violent as garage-rock, bordering on (april ), a live workshop (Longineu Parsons on trumpet, Harri Sjoestroem on soprano sax, Charles Gayle on.
  7. This is a classic Cecil Taylor solo concert, performed at the Montreux Jazz Festival. Taylor plays his five-movement work "Silent Tongues," along with a couple of brief encores. To simplify in explaining what he was doing at this point of time, it can be said that Taylor essentially plays the piano like a drum set, creating percussive and thunderous sounds that are otherworldly .
  8. The third album recorded at 's TotalTaylorTotal festival, following the solo Double Holy House and the quartet Nailed, Melancholy presents a rare chance to hear Cecil Taylor taking a large group for a tour of his rarefied musical landscape.

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