|Liebman, David Trio / Lieb Plays The Blues A La Trane|
|Album:||Lieb Plays The Blues A La Trane||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Liebman, David Trio||Added:||12/2010|
|Add Date:||2011-01-02||Pull Date:||2011-03-06||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||6 Mar||20 Feb||13 Feb||6 Feb||30 Jan||23 Jan||16 Jan|
|1.||Mar 04, 2011:||No Cover, No Minimum |
|4.||Feb 01, 2011:||Rebop |
Up Against The Wall
|2.||Feb 15, 2011:||Rebop |
|5.||Jan 29, 2011:||Music Casserole |
|3.||Feb 08, 2011:||Rebop |
Take The Coltrane
|6.||Jan 21, 2011:||No Cover, No Minimum |
Take The Coltrane
DAVID LIEBMAN TRIO: Lieb Plays The Blues à la Trane|
POSTBOP – On tour in Belgium, saxophonist Dave Liebman decided one night to drop his planned repertoire and just play blues-based tunes associated with John Coltrane. No planning, no arrangements, no rehearsals; just play. Thank heavens someone recorded it! This is a true blowing session in the old-fashioned sense, recorded live, and the trio just tears it up. It’s vigorous and burning, straight up and REAL.
All good, try any track.
1. 9:20 – Miles classic at brisk tempo: soprano sax wails over rolling groove. Chills out in the last few minutes.
2. 8:11 – twisty tenor sax in a midtempo walking-bass groove with prodding drums; mic pics up lots of groans and grunts from the bandstand.
3. 11:08 – drops right into bass solo, then drums kick it into gear. It’s well in the groove by the halfway mark, with some really knotty tenor sax
4. 15:33 – lazy blues stroll: soprano sax bobs and weaves in a sleazy groove, slowly adding heat… cools for bass solo, drums give it a late surge
5. 8:58 – quick-paced swing: early bass solo, tenor sax surfs the drum wave
[ Fo ] 12/31/10
|1.||All Blues||3.||Mr. P.C.|
|2.||Up Against The Wall||4.||Village Blues|
|5.||Take The Coltrane|