|Cole, Bill/Untempered Ensemble / Seasoning the Greens|
|Album:||Seasoning the Greens||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Cole, Bill/Untempered Ensemble||Added:||12/2002|
|Add Date:||2003-01-20||Pull Date:||2003-03-24||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||23 Mar||16 Mar||9 Mar||16 Feb||9 Feb||2 Feb||26 Jan|
|1.||Mar 26, 2003:||Umami Jazz Program |
South Indian Marriage Rhythm
|4.||Mar 07, 2003:||Memory Select |
South Indian Festival Rhythm
|2.||Mar 21, 2003:||Memory Select |
South Indian Festival Rhythm, The Triple Towers of ...
|5.||Feb 12, 2003:||Umami Jazz Program |
|3.||Mar 12, 2003:||Umami Jazz Program |
|6.||Feb 08, 2003:||Morning Glory |
A jazz jam over various rhythms of the world, led by Cole on Asian double-reed instruments. Big and joyous, danceable, with loads of energy. Except for 3 and 9, all tracks improvised over preselected rhythms. Fun stuff!|
1- Spoken introduction (it's a live recording)
2- Low buzzes and squawks
3*- Korean melody in three overlaid parts, written by drummer Warren Smith while he was living over there. Lovely and patient.
4*, 6, 7* - Strong rhythmic jams. Lots of percussion, including a solo on 7, and lots of blazing horns.
5- A milder jam; a good relaxing break
8* - Quiet solo by Cooper-Moore on the homemade "hoe-handled harp," which really does sound like a harp. Peaceful.
9**- Big slow blues jam, ferocious! But it shuts down for a long quiet drum solo near the end.
|1.||Introduction By Bill Cole||5.||Ghanian Funeral Rhythm|
|2.||Grounded||6.||South Indian Marriage Rhythm|
|3.||The Triple Towers of ...||7.||Colombian Rhythm|
|4.||South Indian Festival Rhythm||8.||Free Rhythm|
|9.||A Man Sees a Snake ...|