Flute, Bass Flute, Percussion, Composed By, Arranged By, Liner Notes, Producer – Henry Threadgill. Mastered By – Liberty Ellman. Oud – Tarik Benbrahim. Photography By, Design, Layout – Kara Siemiaszko. Photography By – Jules Allen. Recorded By, Mixed By – Joey Raia.
This Brings Us to Volume 1 is an album by Henry Threadgill featuring six of Threadgill's compositions performed by Threadgill's Zooid. The album was selected as one of the best jazz recordings of the year by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and PopMatters.
Henry Threadgill'S Zooid: 'Pop Start The Tape, Stop' LP. Henry Threadgill X-75 Volume 1 Vinyl LP Novus 1979.
About Henry Threadgill's Zooid. The jazz avant-garde has produced dozens of notable improvisers (not surprisingly, since improvisation is arguably the music's defining element) but relatively few great composers. Henry Threadgill is a member of that exclusive club. Their 1979 album Air Lore featured contemporary takes on such early jazz tunes as "King Porter Stomp" and "Buddy Bolden's Blues," prefiguring the wave of nostalgia that would dominate jazz in the following decade. Threadgill moved to New York in the mid-'70s, where he began forming and composing for a number of ensembles. Threadgill performed and rehearsed with both Zooid and Make a Move, but he didn't record again with either until late in 2008. Zooid cut sessions in November of that year, resulting in a pair of albums, This Brings Us To, Vol. 1 issued in 2009, followed by Vol. 2 in 2010.
Pop Start the Tape, Stop (2005). Both of Threadgill's initial Pi Recordings releases attracted critical approval. Threadgill is more on his game as a composer and as a bandleader than at any point in his career. The Boston Phoenix's Ed Hazell stated, "Threadgill has mixed these elements before, but.
Released 2001 Artist Henry Threadgill Producer Henry Threadgill Genre Jazz. Recorded April 28–30, 2001 Release date 2001 Label Pi Recordings. Up Popped the Two Lips (2001) Pop Start the Tape, Stop (2005) Similar Henry Threadgill albums, Jazz albums. Up Popped the Two Lips is an album by Henry Threadgill featuring seven of Threadgill's compositions performed by Threadgill's Zooid. The album was the second album on the Pi Records label and was released simultaneously with Everybodys Mouth's a Book by Threadgill & Make a Move in 2001. 1Tickled PinkHenry Threadgill's Zooid6:55 2Dark BlackHenry Threadgill's Zooid5:27 3LookHenry Threadgill's Zooid4:54.
2001: Up Popped the Two Lips (Zooid, Pi Recordings). 2005: Pop Start the Tape, StoP (Zooid, Hardedge, LP only). 2009: This Brings Us To Volume 1 (Zooid, Pi Recordings). 2010: This Brings Us To Volume 2 (Zooid, Pi Recordings).
Henry Threadgill Makes A Move by Kurt Gottschalk, published on February 14, 2005 at All About Jazz. Find more Profiles articles. Threadgill has another Zooid release planned, but won't be a CD (as of press time, it will be Henry Threadgill's Zooid: Pop Start the Tape, Stop on Hardedge ). "I'm looking for ways to stay out of the deluge of the mainstream," he said. I think I'm going back to LPs.
Threadgill has performed and recorded with several ensembles: Air, Aggregation Orb, Make a Move, the seven-piece Henry Threadgill Sextett, the twenty-piece Society Situation Dance Band, Very Very Circus, X-75, and Zooid. YouTube Encyclopedic. 2005: Pop Start the Tape, StoP (Hardedge). 2009: This Brings Us to Volume 1 (Pi). 2010: This Brings Us to Volume 2 (Pi ).
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