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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (9 juin 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 5
  • Label: Cam Jazz
  • ASIN : B004VFYPBA
  • Autres éditions : CD
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. The Fast Life - Anthony Davis, David Murray, George Lewis, Henry Theadgill, Lawrence Morris, Olu Dara, Steve Mccall, Wilber Morris
  2. The Hill - Anthony Davis, David Murray, George Lewis, Henry Theadgill, Lawrence Morris, Olu Dara, Steve Mccall, Wilber Morris
  3. Ming - Anthony Davis, David Murray, George Lewis, Henry Theadgill, Lawrence Morris, Olu Dara, Steve Mccall, Wilber Morris
  4. Jasvan - Anthony Davis, David Murray, George Lewis, Henry Theadgill, Lawrence Morris, Olu Dara, Steve Mccall, Wilber Morris
  5. Dewey's Circle - Anthony Davis, David Murray, George Lewis, Henry Theadgill, Lawrence Morris, Olu Dara, Steve Mccall, Wilber Morris

Disque : 2

  1. Home - Anthony Davis, David Murray, George Lewis, Henry Theadgill, Lawrence Morris, Olu Dara, Steve Mccall, Wilber Morris
  2. Santa Barbara And Crenshaw Fol... - Anthony Davis, David Murray, George Lewis, Henry Theadgill, Lawrence Morris, Olu Dara, Steve Mccall, Wilber Morris
  3. Choctaw Blues - Anthony Davis, David Murray, George Lewis, Henry Theadgill, Lawrence Morris, Olu Dara, Steve Mccall, Wilber Morris
  4. Last Of The Hipmen - Anthony Davis, David Murray, George Lewis, Henry Theadgill, Lawrence Morris, Olu Dara, Steve Mccall, Wilber Morris
  5. 3-D Family - Anthony Davis, David Murray, George Lewis, Henry Theadgill, Lawrence Morris, Olu Dara, Steve Mccall, Wilber Morris

Disque : 3

  1. Murray's Steps - Bobby Bradford, Craig Harris, Curtis Clark, David Murray, Henry Theadgill, Lawrence Morris, Steve Mccall, Wilber Morris
  2. Sweet Lovely - Bobby Bradford, Craig Harris, Curtis Clark, David Murray, Henry Theadgill, Lawrence Morris, Steve Mccall, Wilber Morris
  3. Sing Song - Bobby Bradford, Craig Harris, Curtis Clark, David Murray, Henry Theadgill, Lawrence Morris, Steve Mccall, Wilber Morris
  4. Flowers For Albert - Bobby Bradford, Craig Harris, Curtis Clark, David Murray, Henry Theadgill, Lawrence Morris, Steve Mccall, Wilber Morris

Disque : 4

  1. Train Whistle - Baikida Carroll, Craig Harris, David Murray, Hugh Ragin, John Purcell, Ralph Peterson Junior, Wilber Morris
  2. Morning Song - Baikida Carroll, Craig Harris, David Murray, Hugh Ragin, John Purcell, Ralph Peterson Junior, Wilber Morris
  3. New Life - Baikida Carroll, Craig Harris, David Murray, Hugh Ragin, John Purcell, Ralph Peterson Junior, Wilber Morris
  4. Blues In The Pocket - Baikida Carroll, Craig Harris, David Murray, Hugh Ragin, John Purcell, Ralph Peterson Junior, Wilber Morris

Disque : 5

  1. Ben (For Ben Webster) - Craig Harris, Dave Burrell, David Murray, Hugh Ragin, James Spaulding, Ralph Peterson Junior, Rasul Siddik, Wilber Morris
  2. Same Places New Faces - Craig Harris, Dave Burrell, David Murray, Hugh Ragin, James Spaulding, Ralph Peterson Junior, Rasul Siddik, Wilber Morris
  3. Hope Scope - Craig Harris, Dave Burrell, David Murray, Hugh Ragin, James Spaulding, Ralph Peterson Junior, Rasul Siddik, Wilber Morris
  4. Lester (For Lester Young) - Craig Harris, Dave Burrell, David Murray, Hugh Ragin, James Spaulding, Ralph Peterson Junior, Rasul Siddik, Wilber Morris
  5. Thabo - Craig Harris, Dave Burrell, David Murray, Hugh Ragin, James Spaulding, Ralph Peterson Junior, Rasul Siddik, Wilber Morris

Descriptions du produit

THE COMPLETE REMASTERED RECORDINGS ON BLACK SAINT & SOUL NOTE est une collection monographique visant à raconter l'un des très beaux chapitres du disque qui a enrichi l'histoire du jazz. Cette nouvelle collection s'enrichit avec la sortie de quatre nouveaux coffrets, contenant les albums des artistes qui ont participé à la réussite de ces labels historiques. Un travail éditorial rigoureux, notamment au niveau du son, avec une remasterisation minutieuse à partir des bandes multi-pistes originales. Albums Included: - MING - HOME - MURRAY'S STEPS - NEW LIFE - HOPE SCOPE

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Par L. Pierre TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSMEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 8 février 2014
Format: CD
Après avoir redécouvert les albums de David MURRAY gravés en petite formation pour Black Saint (cf David Murray/7 Albums), je me suis remémoré avec nostalgie ses CD gravés en octet pour le même label, écoutés dans les années 80 à la médiathèque de CHAMBERY. Aussi c'est avec beaucoup de plaisir que j’ai vu ressortir récemment l’intégralité de ces albums en un coffret enfin accessible…

Passons en revue chacun des CD ainsi disponibles :

1) MING : 4 étoiles (39 min 32)
Enregistré en juillet 1980 avec Henri THREADGILL (as), Olu DARA (tp), Lawrence BUTCH MORRIS (cornet), George LEWIS (tb), Anthony DAVIS (p), Wilbur MORRIS (b) et Steve Mc CALL (perc), c’est l’album le plus explosif de la série, notamment par ses deux premiers airs : « Fast life » (8 min 54) d'abord où, sur un rythme très rapide imposé par le percussionniste et le pianiste, on a droit à un feu d’artifice déroutant assez free, puis « The Hill » (10 min 39), morceau plus lent où le trompettiste passe le relais à David qui nous gratifie d'un beau solo free à la clarinette basse (avec le renfort du bassiste), puis ça part dans toutes les directions au bout d’à peine 5 min : ne pas éviter de zapper si nécessaire !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 WOW! MURRAY'S 80'S OCTET WORK IN ONE BOX-SOME OF HIS BEST WORK 28 novembre 2011
Par Stuart Jefferson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Five discs-39,37,40,40,43 minutes each approximately. The remastered sound is crisp and clean and open sounding. Each disc comes in it's original album cover. These are inside a fairly substantial cardboard box, which lists the album titles, players, and song titles on the rverse. There's no booklet, just whatever notes or information is on the back of each cardboard holder.

As the title states, this set contains all the albums Murray recorded with his octet group for the Black Saint/Soul Note label. This is just one of several sets they've released, in the same format, featuring other fine jazz musicians-check them out!

The two albums most jazz fans will be familiar with are "Ming" (1980) and "Home" (1981). Both albums feature some very fine musicians besides Murray-including Olu Dara-trumpet, Butch Morris-clarinet, George Lewis-trombone, Henry Threadgill-alto sax (and who has a fine box set in this series), Anthony Davis-piano, Wilbur Morris-bass, and Steve McCall-drums. All of these musicians have recorded under their own names, and/or accompanied many other jazz performers over the years.

Both the above albums are (arguably) two of the finest albums Murray ever recorded, and are certainly two of the finest albums of their era. That both albums are still revered all these years later speaks volumes about Murray, his group, and the music they recorded. Both albums are a synthesis of jazz and musical genres from previous eras. In the best of these tracks can be heard the blues, bits of straight ahead jazz, and what some consider "free form" or "outside" jazz. But don't let that put you off from hearing some of the very best jazz recorded in the 80's and, as I wrote, some of the best jazz Murray ever put down. Compositions like "The Hill", "Ming", and "Jasvan" are breath-stealing experiences, and point the way Murray was taking his music in an octet setting. For me, Murray was always at the top of his game when playing slower tunes, or when he slowed things down in otherwise faster tempo songs. Both "Ming" and "Home" have fine examples of this style.

"Murray's Steps" recorded in 1982, features Murray, Henry Threadgill-alto sax/flute, Bobby Bradford-trumpet, Butch Morris-cornet, Craig Harris-trombone, Curtis Clark-piano, Wilbur Morris-bass, and Steve McCall-percussion. This is another fine set, with the title track a combination of the blues and straight ahead jazz, and his mastery of both up tempo and slower arrangements. A good example of his slower work is "Sweet Lovely", played relatively straight forward and very prettily. All the tunes are by Murray and show his continuing skill at writing and arranging (not to mention his playing) intelligent warm compositions. Of course having a great arranger in Butch Morris doesn't hinder things either. This album is a highpoint on this set-it's both accessible yet has a flowing intelligence to it.

"New Life", from 1985, with it's big band sound and style of arrangements, is an album more jazz listeners should know about. Again, with just four longish tracks, Murray takes the band (and us) into a world of-plain and simple-high quality jazz, both in the arrangements and playing. The first track, "Train Whistle" has some fine trumpet work by Baikida Carroll or Hugh Ragin. Murray's bass clarinet is a combination of old time big band and a more forward thinking style. And the whole time that's going on the band plays some subtle grooves of their own, and when they all come together the music just about jumps out of the speakers. Other players include Craig Harris-trombone (heard to good effect in several spots),John Purcell-alto sax, Steve Colson-piano, Wilbur Morris-bass, and Ralph Peterson Jr.-drums. Together this band can play just about anything-big band, contemporary jazz, or a combination of those styles with (again) the blues mixed in. For a good example of this hear "Morning Song". The playing is simply exemplary. The same can be said for "New Life", a loose but together composition with the band slowing down to play some very pretty melodies-but still sounding fresh and contemporary.

"Hope Scope", recorded in 1987, has a sophisticated feel running through five compositions. The composition "Ben" ha s some very fine trumpet work by Hugh Ragin (along with Raul Siddik). And with Harris on trombone, the underrated James Spaulding on alto sax-both filling in the music, Dave Burrell (who has recorded some fine music in Europe)-piano, and both Morris and Peterson Jr. holding down the rhythm section, this is one hot, dangerous band. The title track is another great example of Murray's writing and his octet's playing abilities. The subtle stop-start with the entire band playing over and with each other is very exciting, visceral jazz at it's best. "Same Places New Faces" (written by Craig Harris) is a good example of up tempo, swinging jazz with a modern twist. The band plays some old style hot passages, and then morphs into a (held in check) free for all that is a fine synthesis of both older and newer jazz styles. "Lester" begins with some fine piano work by Burrell, again a combination of both older and newer jazz styles. The melody is hidden in some abstract playing-but not for long. The band comes in and plays some gorgeous music-very full and emotional sounding-similar to styles big bands were playing during that era. Again, this is another example of Murray's skill with a ballad, or at least with slower passages in his compositions.
"Thabo" is a more or less straight ahead composition played in something close to that style. This album too, is another high point (of many) in this set.

This, along with Henry Threadgill's set in this series, is one of the better collections of jazz from a period when jazz was still a living, breathing, going concern. Anyone wishing to hear some of the finest (then) contemporary music-music that still has all it's powers intact today-would do well in picking this box set up the first chance you have. This is jazz that keeps on giving the more you listen to it. Murray's writing and arranging, the many very fine musicians he filled his octet with, come together in some of the best, most important, exciting music jazz has produced during that (and any other) era. Just listen to any track on any album here-you'll hear what I mean.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 David Murray + 7: Close to heaven 4 décembre 2014
Par DarknessNoon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
When I think of David Murray, I think of playfulness, hedonism, lust.
When I play the discs included in this collection, I don't have to think, I feel it. And I enjoy it.
This is great music, uninterested, played in a low-key atmosphere, just for the guys, as it were. But then these tunes are full of tension, energy, ambition, and at the same time familiar, cheerful and conciliatory.
If you're willing and able to listen to music that will engage you emotionally, please try this set.
The wild life and vision of David Murray will enchant you. Enjoy!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 the scope of a jazz tradition 28 juin 2013
Par Case Quarter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
the average length of listening time per cd is 40 minutes, not a lot of music were the cds purchased separately, but as a box set the five cds here are a bargain. the recording took place spanning the 80s, from 1980 to 1988, a period murray was busy accompanying amiri baraka and as part of the world saxophone quartet. the world saxophone quartet recorded a tribute cd to the music of ellington in 1984. listening to some of the selections in the octet collection, i'm reminded of ellington, how murray's small orchestral work traces the history of jazz from the period jazz, credit lester young - as murray does in the signature piece--for his superb solos in the orchestral setting, when men disappointed their ladies when they stopped dancing to listen to the singular voices ushering in the smaller groups which was pretty much the end of dancing to jazz. a leap forward to the 21st century has the front singer for david murray, macy gray, encouraging the audience to get out of their seats and dance. on Flowers for Albert, a calypso on Murray's Steps, i would believe that dancing is encouraged. many of the selections, though, explore orchestration as a vehicle for solo voices against a structured harmony. ellington's influence shines bright on the title selection of Home, drowsing, laid back horns, are introduced by anthony davis, one of the most introspective pianists around, and Home is excellent for dancing cheek to cheek. there are selections closer to coltrane's Ascension than ellington's Caravan.

the stand-out is murray's own musical vision, and the musicians like anthony davis, henry threadgill, george lewis, and butch morris, with musical ideas of their own as heard on recordings under their own leadership, and how these jazz luminaries lend their talents to unselfishly express murray's vision, which is a kind of tribute to murray and his music.

this is good music, a lot here for the fellows who want to hear the honkers, but murray hasn't forgotten the ladies either, a chance to get romantic, guys.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 THE ART OF THE OCTEC 9 mars 2012
Par Manuel Grosso Galvan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This box with all the octet of David Murray from 80 to 90 for the label Soul Note/ Black Saint containg the best jazz music of this decade. Incredible musicians and in incredible music, really the best. Five original albums, Ming, Home, Murray¨s Steps and Hope Scope, with the originals cover and a nice box and a very good price. Now , 30 years after everybody can undertand the important of this music. Now is clear that Murray is a real giant of jazz. In this five CD you can find all the story of jazz, all the influence, all the meanings from the most important music of S.XX. The arrangements are incredible and the composition are deep and brilliant. From classic jazz to free jazz, all together and in the same time. Is a fantastic treasure to find this works again and remastered. The musicians are also the more import an and influence of this time. I love this box, I can hear from Ellinton to Mingus, from blues to avant-garde. This box probably is one of the best of the las year and one of the more influence in the new jazz today. You can not find something too excellent like this octets in his days. Perfect box, for perfect music and probably the more important period of a legend, David Murray
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Cacophony Heaven (and Other Delights) 4 août 2013
Par alan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
one thing I learned from listening to these brilliant recordings- Collective free improvisation can be FUN. I was actually tapping my foot listening to this "outside" music . But there are other things going on here- ballads , waltzes, swing, hard bop and funk. Touches of Mingus and Ellington; there's even a calypso (Flowers for Albert). David Murray plays the tenor sax very much the way Eric Dolphy played the alto sax. is it just a coincidence that the bass clarinet is the second instrument for both of these geniuses ? All the octet incarnations play wonderfully, sometimes near miraculous , conversing with seemingly telepathic abilitiy.
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