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Julius Eastman - Unjust Malaise album mp3

Performer: Julius Eastman
Title: Unjust Malaise
Released: 2005
Style: Contemporary, Minimal
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 806
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Julius Eastman (October 27, 1940 – May 28, 1990) was an American composer, pianist, vocalist, and dancer whose work fell under minimalism. He was among the first musicians to combine minimalist processes with elements of pop music, as well as, within his music, present dramatic and suspenseful tendencies. He often gave his pieces titles with provocative political intent, such as Evil Nigger and Gay Guerrilla.

Is Unjust Malaise the best album by Julius Eastman? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Unjust Malaise by Julius Eastman (2005) Compilation Release date: 2005-11-01 Overall rank: 7,816th. Accolades: Top albums of 2005 (198th). Top albums of the 2000s (1,816th). Best albums of all time (7,816th).

Album Title: Unjust Malaise. Members of Creative Associates; Jodi Beder, Sarah Carter, Barry Gold, Julie Green, Christine Gummere, Maureen Hynes, Chase Morrison, Abby Newton, Larry Rawdon, David Sabee, cellos; Frank Ferko, Janet Kattas, Patricia Martin, pianos; Julius Eastman, piano, voice, conductor. This three-disc set marks the first appearance on disc of the music of the African-American composer Julius Eastman (1940 - 1990), who died sixteen years ago under unexplained circumstances and whose musical legacy was thought lost.

Julius Eastman ‎– Unjust Malaise. Label: New World Records ‎– 80638-2. Special thanks to Frances and Gerry Eastman, Steve Cellum, John Bewley, . Hoek, Peter Gena, Byron Rulon and Jody Dalton. CD comes with 20-page booklet with info on Eastman.

With this album, Julius Eastman has pivoted into a new light. -Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik. This is a priceless document of a composer-performer at the height of his powers. The 3-disc album anthology Unjust Malaise provides his compositions of the 1970s. This particular recording from artist Dieter Hall is derived from a cassette and distant microphone; the sonic quality is understandably thin.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Stay On It
Clarinet – Amrom ChodosPercussion – Dennis Kahle, Jan WilliamsPiano – Petr KotikSaxophone – Doug Gaston, Joseph Ford*Violin – Benjamin HudsonVoice – Georgia Mitoff
24:20
1-2 If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Rich?
Chimes – Edward Folger, Michael PuglieseConductor – Julius EastmanDouble Bass – Paul Schmidt , Thomas PerlFrench Horn – Daniel Wittmer, Lori (Noody) Osgood*Piano – AkramTrombone – James Kasprowicz, Thomas Miller Trumpet – Charles Lirette, Christopher Conlon, Geoffrey Brown , Philip ChristnerTuba – Don HarryViolin – Benjamin Hudson
24:29
1-3 Prelude To The Holy Presence Of Joan D'Arc
Voice – Julius Eastman
11:43
2-1 The Holy Presence Of Joan D'Arc
Cello – Abby Newton, Barry Gold, Chase Morrison, Christine Gummere, David Sabee, Jodi Beder, Julie Green, Larry Rawdon, Maureen Hynes, Sarah CarterConductor – Julius EastmanEngineer – Steve Cellum
20:29
2-2 Gay Guerrilla 28:59
2-3 Evil Nigger 21:29
3-1 Crazy Nigger 55:00
3-2 Julius Eastman's Spoken Introduction To The Northwestern University Concert 6:25

Credits

  • Composed By – Julius Eastman
  • Design [Package Design] – Bob Defrin
  • Liner Notes – Kyle Gann
  • Mastered By [Digital] – Paul Zinman
  • Piano – Frank Ferko (tracks: 2-2 to 3-1), Janet Kattas (tracks: 2-2 to 3-1), Julius Eastman (tracks: 2-2 to 3-1), Patricia Martin (tracks: 2-2 to 3-1)
  • Producer – Mary Jane Leach, Paul M. Tai

Notes

1-1 recorded in concert at SUNY Buffalo on December 16, 1973. 1-2 recorded in concert at SUNY Buffalo on February 11, 1979. 1-1 recorded at Third Street Music Settlement, New York City on an unknown date. 2-2 to 3-1 recorded in concert at Northwestern University on January 16, 1980.

This recording was made possible by grants from The Aaron Copland Fund For Music and the Francis Goelet Charitable Lead Trust.
Special thanks to Frances and Gerry Eastman, Steve Cellum, John Bewley, D.J. Hoek, Peter Gena, Byron Rulon and Jody Dalton.

CD comes with 20-page booklet with info on Eastman.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 093228063827


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