|Common Ground / High Voltage|
|Add Date:||2005-07-31||Pull Date:||2005-10-02||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||2 Oct||11 Sep||4 Sep||21 Aug||14 Aug||7 Aug|
|1.||Sep 30, 2005:||Memory Select |
|4.||Sep 02, 2005:||Memory Select |
You Do It
|2.||Sep 09, 2005:||No Cover, No Minimum, No Limit |
|5.||Aug 16, 2005:||Umami Jazz Program |
Freedom Jazz Dance
|3.||Sep 03, 2005:||Morning Glory |
What's in a Name?
|6.||Aug 13, 2005:||Morning Glory |
Freedom Jazz Dance (by Eddie Harris)
Modern mainstream jazz led by two violins -- Zach Brock and Tom Wright -- for an interestingly proggy sound. Lots of fun, showy solos although it's not as brash or "rockin'" as Zach Brock's recent CD, which is probably a good thing.|
For a similar one-violin excursion, dig up the Chromatic Persuaders CD in the library.
1- Mid/fast, breezy, some nice thick violin passages & good piano
2- Mellow, a bit slow. Comforting autumn music.
3- Fast! Quick-stepping theme and a trading-fours solo
4- Loping mid/fast, kind of bluesy
5- Mid/fast, with tangly fluttery theme
6- Slowish but powerful. Takes a while to get going.
7- Cheery mid/fast
8- The "outside" track, it digs and scratches. Starts easy.
9- Slow Beatles/Indian cover, a bit spacey w/firey soloing.
|1.||What's in a Name?||5.||Freedom Jazz Dance|
|2.||Too Late||6.||Half Tone Poem|
|3.||You Do It||7.||Nardis|
|4.||Pakula Blues||8.||The Itch|
|9.||Within You Without You|