The Individualism of Gil Evans

The Individualism of Gil Evans

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The Individualism of Gil Evans

The Individualism of Gil Evans:either pick up the phone and give us a call direct or get online and send us an e-message. however you contact us, we'll aim to sort out any problem you have as quickly and effectively as possible. If you listen to blues blasters like Count Basie or experimenters like Don Ellis, the big band arrangements of Gil Evans will take a lot of getting used to. Evans, more than any of his contemporaries,rejected flash and musical acrobatics in favor of deep, subtle arrangementsThe title of this album, "The Individualism Of Gil Evans" is no 1960's marketing device or generic label to sell jazz to the hip. To appreciate Evans, you really have to have high volume to meditate on this quiet music. Listening to him is closer to hearing Mozart than most big band jazz.Evans on this album starts at a low simmer and scarcely gets to a flame. He uses soft volume, and works subtle but complex arrangements that rest within these dynamics and that you have to listen intently to hear. Check out the soft woodwinds on the title track, or the way the flutes flutter like butterflies on "Flute Song." Listen to the fuglehorn and piano on "Los Vegas Tango."The amazement with Evans comes long after the first listen, when you have over time absorbed the intricacies he threads into the musical weave. Evans may not be the best first listen, because the depth of the music is so deep in the music.But patience will always reveal rewards, and for an example, I would point to this album, which shows the mastery of The Individualism Of Gil Evans.max 43% off,max 80% off,award-winning storeThe Individualism of Gil Evans
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Out of print in the U.S.! CD pressing of this 1964 album from Gil Evans including four bonus tracks. The album features musical assistance from Johnny Coles, Thad Jones, Jimmy Cleveland, Eric Dolphy, Wayne Shorter, Steve Lacy, Kenny Burrell, Barry Galbraith, Ron Carter, Paul Chambers, Gary Peacock, Richard Davis, Elvin Jones and many others. Often referred to as one of the greatest Jazz albums of the '60s, the Individualism of Gil Evans showcases some of Jazz's finest recorded performances including Wayne Shorter's stunning solo on Kurt Weill's Barbara Song. The album was recorded at Aamp;R Studios, New York in September, 1963; at Webster Hall, New York on April 6 and May 25, 1964; and at Van Gelder's Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on July 9 and October 29, 1964. Nine tracks. Universal.

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The Individualism of Gil Evans

The Individualism of Gil Evans:either pick up the phone and give us a call direct or get online and send us an e-message. however you contact us, we'll aim to sort out any problem you have as quickly and effectively as possible. If you listen to blues blasters like Count Basie or experimenters like Don Ellis, the big band arrangements of Gil Evans will take a lot of getting used to. Evans, more than any of his contemporaries,rejected flash and musical acrobatics in favor of deep, subtle arrangementsThe title of this album, "The Individualism Of Gil Evans" is no 1960's marketing device or generic label to sell jazz to the hip. To appreciate Evans, you really have to have high volume to meditate on this quiet music. Listening to him is closer to hearing Mozart than most big band jazz.Evans on this album starts at a low simmer and scarcely gets to a flame. He uses soft volume, and works subtle but complex arrangements that rest within these dynamics and that you have to listen intently to hear. Check out the soft woodwinds on the title track, or the way the flutes flutter like butterflies on "Flute Song." Listen to the fuglehorn and piano on "Los Vegas Tango."The amazement with Evans comes long after the first listen, when you have over time absorbed the intricacies he threads into the musical weave. Evans may not be the best first listen, because the depth of the music is so deep in the music.But patience will always reveal rewards, and for an example, I would point to this album, which shows the mastery of The Individualism Of Gil Evans.max 43% off,max 80% off,award-winning storeThe Individualism of Gil Evans