|Lovano, Joe / Streams Of Expression|
|Album:||Streams Of Expression||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Lovano, Joe||Added:||Aug 2006|
|Add Date:||2006-08-13||Pull Date:||2006-10-15||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Oct 15||Sep 10||Sep 3||Aug 27||Aug 20|
|1.||Oct 30, 2015:||Rebop |
Buckeyes, Blue Sketches
|4.||Sep 08, 2006:||No Cover, No Minimum |
|2.||Sep 05, 2014:||Rebop |
|5.||Sep 01, 2006:||Sunshine ... in the Afternoon |
|3.||Oct 10, 2006:||Subcutaneous Phycomycosis |
|6.||Aug 28, 2006:||Akinetic Mutism |
Semi-big-band sounds with some modern classical tweaks. There's a '60s-TV retro sound to some of the full-ensemble passages, and traces of modern classical ideas in the writing.|
Tracks 3-5 are based on bits of Miles Davis' "Birth of the Cool" and carry a more retro, symphonic sound (Gunther Schuller arrangements). The other tracks are closer to modern straight jazz, with the occasional strange touch in the composing (1,11) .
1- Ah, strange classically-influenced lines. Moves into straight bebop-combo stuff for the solos.
2- Mid/slow feel, relaxing swing
3- Swaying and graceful, pretty.
4- Slow symphonic intro, then a jumping swingy piece
5- Cooled-down swing, pleasant and straightforward
6- Burly, bluesy tenor sax, midtempo. Mood gets happier.
7- Perky mid/fast. Complicated, staggery intro. A couple of free-madness moments.
8- Relaxed mid/fast, a casual sound. Clarinet lead.
9- Mid/fast straight swing, some fun loose soloing
10- Fast but kept at a low-flying buzz; some cool solos
11- Midtempo dissonant swing, almost like patterns of speech
|4.||Interlude No. 1/Move/Interlude No. 2||9.||Second Nature|
|5.||Boplicity/Postlude||10.||The Fire Prophets|