|Album:||Night Of 100001 Stars: A Tribute To Jean Genet||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Declared Enemy||Added:||May 2007|
|Add Date:||2007-05-20||Pull Date:||2007-07-22||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Jul 22||Jul 15||Jul 8||Jul 1||Jun 17||Jun 10||Jun 3||May 27|
|1.||Nov 04, 2014:||Eclectic Erudition wk 06 fall 14 steeplechase was not used! next week... maybe.
Le Rouge Et Le Noir, Abdallah
|4.||Jul 12, 2007:||Memory Select, Late-Nite Edition
Le Rouge Et Le Noir [excerpt]
|2.||Jan 01, 2010:||Music Casserole
|5.||Jul 08, 2007:||Transmission Overload
|3.||Jul 20, 2007:||Memory Select
|6.||Jul 04, 2007:||The Adventurer's Choice
On piano, Matthew Shipp goes back to his choppy "avant-garde" style as opposed to long, dense chords. He's joined by an all-star free-jazz cast: Sabir Mateen (woodwinds), William Parker (bass), Gerald Cleaver (drums), Denis Lavant (spoken word).
Texts are in French and appear FCC clean to English ears.
1- Hand drums, descends into quiet
2- Dramatic text; music that starts morose and spins into a stern, mid/fast group improv. 20 minutes.
3- Straight-jazz stroll (sort of) with flute, nice
4- Flowing, softly turbulent: Dense piano, spiraling clarinet.
5- Choppy little piano blips, squeaky wandering clarinet.
6- Catchy mid/fast rhythm, off-kilter sense of melody
7- Cool '60s post-bop groove with flute
8- Spoken word over slowly rolling piano/bass. Dark mood. Names show up about 8 minutes in -- Frederick Douglas, Harriett Tubman, Malcom X, MLK.
9- A slow crawl that builds into heavy staccato piano
|2.||Marche Funebre||6.||Black Panthers|
|4.||Alberto's Workshop||8.||Le Rouge Et Le Noir|