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Page Artiste Carla Bley

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  • CD (16 octobre 1989)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Watt
  • ASIN : B000025ZIY
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Téléchargement MP3
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HASH(0x942901ec) étoiles sur 5 Carla Bley Strikes Back! 28 juillet 2000
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Format: CD
This is one of the greatest big band masterpieces. Carla Bley composes and arranges with an astounding sense of maturity (some may consider uncharacteristic of her) but still retaining that quirky storytelling and self-mocking charm she is known and loved for. The soloists on this album are spectacular.
Fleur Carnivore, a dedication to Duke Ellington, is beautiful and unpredictably ferocious as the name would connote, and the great sound quality makes the horns' animalistic pounces even more exciting. Some of the tightest playing I've heard.
Song of...Canute is a pulsing unsettling latin tune with a great solo by the characteristically overblowing Christof Lauer.
Ups and Downs is an excellent light hearted swing, with a melodic line that truly goes up and down. Swallow's walking support is to die for.
The Girl Who Cried Champagne is an engaging and humorous suite-story handing a main theme over to many terrific solos, including Karen Mantler's one-too-many-glasses solo.
Finally, Carla always ends up with something down to earth soulful, as is Healing Power, a "get-well" song she wrote for a sick friend. The band struts with emotion as this tremendously classic album comes to a close.
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HASH(0x93c95cd8) étoiles sur 5 Brilliant big band bash 21 septembre 2001
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Format: CD
The end of the big bands was for me hastened by the introduction of free jazz. Instead of a bunch of musicians being whipped in to shape by a leader like Basie, Ellington, Shaw etc with a few featured soloists, we got a free-for-all with everyone on stage expecting to be able to do his thing as and when he wanted. With a small group this might have been justifiable but in large numbers all I heard was chaos and anarchy. As a result I tended to steer away from `modern' large groups. Until I heard this album. What a revelation! The discipline, professionalism and arrangements of older-style bands is present, but with modern melodies, harmonies and musical styles. The title track is particularly impressive. Commisioned from Carla Bley to mark the 10th anniversary of Ellington's death, it is something I think wouldn't have sounded out of place in his own later suites. The invention of composition by Bley and skill of execution by some splendid musicians (Lew Soloff and Andy Sheppard are particularly strong) made me feel as if I was hearing an old favourite on the very first listening. All the tracks show exactly what power a large group can have, and how the emotions it can stir are quite different from listening to small intimate quartets etc. If this is what big band music has become, I'm delighted. The album is a live recording and the level of audience and background noise is, for me, just right to give the atmosphere without detracting from the music in any way. On the basis of this one album you can call me a convert - I will certainly try other Carla Bley recordings now to see how they measure up!
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HASH(0x93c606d8) étoiles sur 5 A masterpiece that deserves more attention!! 16 août 2007
Par Dan J. Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I don't care who you are, or what your background in music is. Buy this album and give it 4 solid listenings, and you will be in love - gauranteed.

An absolute masterpiece this is, and by far my favorite of everything I've ever head from Bley. The title track is so rich, it's unreal. It's a painting. It's a cartoon. It's a tapestry. It's chocolate sliding on your tongue. It's everything you'd hope music could be. Dim the lights, sink into your chair, and let this fabulous music dance in your mind.

HASH(0x946bc2ac) étoiles sur 5 Magnificent orchestra of Carla Bley 10 janvier 2016
Par Nikica Gilic - Publié sur Amazon.com
Beautiful orchestrated jazz - with her experience covering free-jazz and numerous other musical forms, Carla Bley obviously can express herself in any jazz idiom she choses AND she can merge them as she pleases. The first composition (Fleur Carnivore) is written to commemorate Duke Ellington's aniversary, so there is even some growling by the wonderful player Lew Soloff, but it is not an imitiation of Duke, it's a hommage.... This live album of Bley's big band music (recorded in Denmark in the 80s) is magnificent, with quite a strong (partly European) line-up:
Lew Soloff, Jens Winther (tp), Frank Lacy (French horn, fluegelhorn), Gary Valente (tb), Bob Stewart (tuba), Daniel Beaussier (oboe, flute), Wolfgang Pusching (as, fl), Andy Sheppard, Christof Lauer, Roberto Ottini (reeds), Karen Mantler (harmonica, organ, vb, chimes), Carla Bley (p), Steve Swallow (b), Buddy Williams (dm), Don Alias (perc.)

When some of these guys are featured as a soloist, it is identified in the booklet (which is nice). There's no any critical or essayistic text there, apparently because of Bley's belief the music should speak for itself.
I believe this is the music that can appeal to music fans of various backgrounds (classical music, new age, maybe even rock fans), not just jazz afficionados (such as myself). It's very rich, communicative and, without any doubt, real jazz.
HASH(0x93a14618) étoiles sur 5 Carla Bley 12 septembre 2010
Par bernie schwarz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Carla Bley is unique. The music is very listenable and enjoyable, (to me). It is well arranged and very interesting. It goes where only Carla Bley can take it. It is quite complex but very approachable. The individual players are all top notch and great soloists and together are also great. This music covers the gamut and is one of a kind.
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