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Now Creative Arts Jazz Ensemble - Now album mp3

Performer: Now Creative Arts Jazz Ensemble
Title: Now
Released: 1968
Style: Free Jazz, Avant-garde Jazz
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Discover all compositions recorded by Now Creative Arts Jazz Ensemble. Complete your Now Creative Arts Jazz Ensemble record collection. Shop new and used Vinyl and CDs.

Now Creative Arts Jazz Ensemble. Highlights All Songs. Mike Breen, Now Creative Arts Ensemble, Patrick O'Hara, Dale Reamer.

Look for Once Now Ensemble at two performance events this Sat. (8/18): at Danceworks-Art in Motion community event, a 1-2 pm performance- and at Woodland Pattern Book Center-Music Marathon & Benefit, a 10 min. performance between 8 or 9 pm or therabouts. Once Now Ensemble updated their cover photo. 16 August 2012 ·. Once Now Ensemble. This performance will focus on the Classical tinted spectrum of improvisation, and less on the jazz end. This "spectral" concert will focus on single sounds and the space around those sounds. Once Now Ensemble added 9 new photos to the album Workshop Concert. 8 November 2009 ·. Workshop Concert.

There's not another album on the planet that sounds even remotely like vibraphonist Khan Jamal's eccentric, one-of-a-kind masterpiece, Drumdance to the Motherland. In its improbable fusion of free jazz expressionism, Black psychedelia, and full-on dub-like production techniques, Drumdance remains a bracingly powerful outsider statement thirty-four years after it was recorded live at the Catacombs club in Philadelphia in 1972.

Ernestine Anderson – Now and Then. Shirley Horn – Light Out of Darkness. Bobby McFerrin – "The Pink Panther Theme". Bobby Short with the Alden-Barrett Quintet – Swing That Music. National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Retrieved March 4, 2011D. "Grammy Awards at a Glance". Retrieved April 24, 2010.

His strangely concocted Creative Arts Ensemble (Jamal on vibes, marimba and clarinet; Alex Ellison on drums and percussion; Dwight James on drums, glockenspiel and clarinet; Billy Mills on electric and acoustic bass; Monnette Sudler on electric guitar and percussion) was comprised mostly of childhood friends, who clearly developed an innate empathy evident in the opening improvisation Cosmic Tones

Now reading: Where free jazz went next: 20 essential records from the 70. .Based in Philadelphia’s Germantown neighbourhood, the players on The Khan Jamal Creative Arts Ensemble’s Drum Dance To The Motherland are recorded here live in October 1972, suspended in a moment of great and unique creativity. It may come across as hyperbolic, but one can’t help but agree with Ed Hazell when he states, in the liner notes for the 2006 reissue on Eremite, that here’s not another album on the planet that sounds even remotely like.

Browse our catalog of jazz ensemble performance sheet music, instructional resources, play-alongs, and arrangements for small jazz ensembles. Percussive Arts Society International Convention 2017. National Association for Music Education Conference 2017. 2018 Colorado Music Educators Association Conference. Jazz Education Network 9th Annual Conference. Georgia Music Educators Association. Michigan Music Conference 2018.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Madness
Written-By – Robin Young
A2 Pretty Good
Written-By – Bert Wilson
B1 Doris
Written-By – Smiley Winters
B2 Nirvana
Written-By – Bert Wilson
B3 Daniel
Written-By – Dave Wilson
B4 Now
Written-By – Dave Wilson

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Sierra Sound Laboratories

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Rahim Roach
  • Bass – Chris Amberger
  • Cover – Wayne Pope
  • Drums – Smiley Winters
  • Liner Notes – Wes Robinson
  • Photography By [Back Liner Photos] – Chris Strachwitz, Patti Prout
  • Photography By [Cover Photo] – Patti Prout
  • Piano – Robin Young
  • Producer – Chris Strachwitz, Dave Wilson
  • Soprano Saxophone – Dale Reamer
  • Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Bert Wilson, Mike Breen
  • Trombone – Patrick O'Hara*
  • Trumpet – Peter Montalbano
  • Vibraphone [Vibes], Arranged By, Conductor – Dave Wilson
  • Vocals – Carol Wilson

Notes

Recorded at Sierra Sound Studios - Berkeley, October 31, 1968.


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