Past Present is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield that was recorded in March 2015 and released on September 25, 2015. Scofield is joined by Joe Lovano, Larry Grenadier, and Bill Stewart on saxophone, bass, and drums, respectively. The album earned Scofield a Grammy Award nomination for Best Jazz Instrumental Album. The title track also earned Scofield a nomination for Best Improvised Jazz Solo.
Past Present (CD, Album, SHM). 0602547384157, 473 841-5. Past Present (CD, Album, Unofficial). John Scofield - Chap Dance 5:26. John Scofield - Mr. Puffy 5:06.
John Scofield: Past Present by Angelo Leonardi, published on December 7, 2015. John Scofield alterna ciclicamente immersioni nel rock e dintorni con altre jazzisticamente vivaci e ricche di blues feeling. Dopo la recente pubblicazione di un live del '99 con la rock band statunitense Gov't Mule (Sco-Mule, Evil Teen 2015) oggi rinnova una lontana collaborazione con il sassofonista Joe Lovano: era con lui nel quartetto che agli inizi degli anni Novanta pubblicò tre pregevoli album per la Blue Note.
During the course of his storied career, guitarist/composer John Scofield has never shown much of of a predilection to repeat himself
Promo video for Past Present from Impulse! Tour Dates.
Artists John Scofield Past Present. Past Present John Scofield. This album has an average beat per minute of 121 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 100/140 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Past Present.
Only 10 left in stock (more on the way). Past Present also highlights Scofields love for country music on the whimsical Chap Dance, which evokes both the wide-eyed Americana compositions of Aaron Copeland and the hoedown sophistication of Ornette Colemans harmolodics. Scofield says that the songs exuberant opening melody and spry rhythmic pulse remind him of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammersteins 1943 Broadway musical, Oklahoma!, particularly the scenes with the cowboys dancing in chaps and vests.
The Trio Meets John Scofield. John Scofield, Jonas Burgwinkel, Robert Landfermann, Pablo Held. 2011 International Version.