|Marsalis, Wynton / Live At The House Of Tribes|
|Album:||Live At The House Of Tribes||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Marsalis, Wynton||Added:||Oct 2005|
|Add Date:||2005-10-23||Pull Date:||2005-12-25||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Dec 11||Nov 20||Nov 13||Nov 6||Oct 30|
|1.||Dec 29, 2005:||Eran Mukamel |
What Is This Thing Called Love
|4.||Nov 14, 2005:||Deep In The Groove |
|2.||Dec 09, 2005:||Memory Select |
|5.||Nov 10, 2005:||Eran Mukamel f. Vick Synn |
|3.||Dec 09, 2005:||No Cover, No Minimum |
|6.||Nov 07, 2005:||Deep In The Groove |
Traditional bebop date recorded in an intimate small-club setting. The crowd sounds close and shouts out their approval, like you'd hear on some '60s-recorded Paris date. Long track times reflect the session's energy -- nice long, open solos. |
Yes, it's a retro sound, but it's a well-played and warm session that shows a lot of heart. Wynton is often accused of playing with lots of polish and little humanity, but here he shows some rough edges that make his playing downright charming -- check the solo early in #1. The live setting is important -- in the studio, this music would probably come across formulaic and indifferent.
1- Mid/fast with a sneaky intro and clever, playful solos
2- Mid/fast and casual. Everyone gets a solo.
4- GAAAAA! fast.
5- Playfully quiet start, very cute. Into louder mid/fast
6- New Orleans stomp, really happy
|1.||Green Chimneys||4.||Donna Lee|
|2.||Just Friends||5.||What Is This Thing Called Love|
|3.||You Don't Know What Love Is||6.||2nd Line|