The Paul Bley Synthesizer Show - The Paul Bley Synthesizer Show album download
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Paul Bley chronology. Revenge: The Bigger the Love, the Greater the Hate (1969)Revenge: The Bigger the Love, the Greater the Hate1969. Improvisie (1971)Improvisie1971 Contents.
Diane is an album by trumpeter Chet Baker and pianist Paul Bley recorded in Denmark in 1985 and released on the SteepleChase label. If I Should Lose You" (Ralph Rainger, Leo Robin) - 7:16. You Go to My Head" (J. Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie) - 7:03. How Deep Is the Ocean?" (Irving Berlin) - 5:17. Pent-Up House" (Sonny Rollins) - 3:55. Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye" (Cole Porter) - 7:52. Diane" (Lew Pollack, Ernö Rapée) - 5:31. Skidadidlin'" (Chet Baker) - 4:16.
It doesn't seem right to use the term avant garde in relation to a tune as downright pretty as Annette Peacock's "Mr. Joy," which kicks off this often maligned early-'70s Paul Bley effort. Sometimes this term is assigned for life just because it was used at the time of the recording. This philosophy would be one of those concepts in which the actual sound of the music is deemed irrelevant. What it actually sounds like when.
Mark Whitecage, electric alto sax; Michael Garson, piano; Thomas Cosgrove, guitar; Stu Woods, bass; Rick Marotta, drums; Annette Peacock, vocals, electric vibes. Apostolic Recording Studios, NYC, April 6, June 2 & November 3, 1969. NYC, December 9, 1970. NYC, January 21, 1971. Mr. Joy. Nothing Ever Was, Anyway (first chorus). Nothing Ever Was, Anyway.
Recorded live by Annette Peacock and Paul Bley on the 6 April 1969, 2 June 1969 and 3 November 1969 at the Philharmonic Hall, Lincoln Center except "Mr. Joy" and "I Belong To A World That's Destroying Itself" which were recorded at Century Sound Studios. The live tracks were mixed by David Baker and Paul Berkowitz, the studio tracks were mixed by Brooks Arthur
Bley was a long-time resident of the United States. His music has been described by Ben Ratliff of the New York Times as "deeply original and aesthetically aggressive". Bley's prolific output includes influential recordings from the 1950s through to his solo piano records of the 2000s.