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Dewey Redman - Momentum Space (1998)

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f4e35509afdca28937b3e95f73f7baba.jpg [b]Artist[/b]: Dewey Redman [b]Title Of Album[/b]: Momentum Space [b]Year Of Release[/b]: 1998 [b]Label(Catalog#)[/b]: Verve [559 944-2] [b]Genre[/b]: Jazz, Free Jazz [b]Format[/b]: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork | [b]Quality[/b]: Lossless | [b]Total Time[/b]: 60:00 [b]Total Size[/b]: 385 MB(+3%) [b]Tracklist[/b] 1. Nine 2. Bekei 3. Spoonin' 4. Life As 5. It 6. Is 7. Dew 0e168e22d725fdc9896c39bbabb79fb8.jpg [b]personnel : [/b] Dewey Redman - tenor saxophone Cecil Taylor - piano Elvin Jones - drums All one has to do is look at the personnel on this trio project (tenor saxophonist Dewey Redman, pianist Cecil Taylor, and drummer Elvin Jones) and it is obvious that the set is potentially special. Taylor, still the most adventurous musician in jazz at that point after 45 years, does not get grouped into all-star settings very often. However, when he does (his earlier encounter with the Art Ensemble of Chicago is an example), it is not a matter of the other musicians meeting Taylor halfway; instead, they have to be creative in his idiom. Tenorman Redman came to fame originally while playing with Ornette Coleman in the late '60s, and for part of the time on Coleman's recordings, Jones was the drummer; however, neither Redman nor Jones had worked with Taylor before. Not every selection on this disc includes all three musicians. Jones takes a brief drum solo, Taylor has a solo feature, and the final 49 seconds are taken up by the saxophonist alone. In addition, there is a duet without Taylor that works quite well. The other strong selections are the two longest trio tracks: "Nine" and the over-20 minute "Is." Redman and Taylor contributed three originals apiece while Jones was just responsible for his unaccompanied "Bekei." Although it is fun to hear Elvin Jones playing behind Cecil Taylor, and Dewey Redman is open to this type of atonal setting, there are fewer sparks on this set than one might expect. The music is unpredictable yet not all that unique or colorful, and one's expectations for a truly classic affair are not quite reached. This is worth listening to, but is not essential except as a historical curiosity.~Scott Yanow 7409461d53baf8ee6fe405f510a7faff.png [b]Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me[/b]
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