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Chris Byars - The Music Of Duke Jordan (2014)

4-09-2014, 18:31
Music | Jazz

Chris Byars - The Music Of Duke Jordan (2014)

Artist: Chris Byars
Title Of Album: The Music Of Duke Jordan
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Jazz
Label: SteepleChase
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 66:46
Total Size: 155 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Jordanish (6:07)
02. Undecided Lady (7:15)
03. There's A Star For You (6:54)
04. If I Did - Would You (5:22)
05. The Bullet (Shinkansen) (5:24)
06. Gabrielle's Wish (3:05)
07. Lesson In Love (4:07)
08. Paula (6:32)
09. Glad I Met Pat (9:07)
10. Sultry Eve (6:41)
11. Table Chess (6:07)

Award-winning saxophonist, composer, bandleader and educator Chris Byars, explores the music of another bebop great, this time pianist Duke Jordan.

Apart from his focus on composing his own music, Chris Bryars has been highly interested in studying the vast repertoire of jazz composers of the 20th century. His endeavour has so far culminated in 'Blue Lights - The Music of Gigi Gryce' (SCCD31662), 'Lucky Strikes Again - The Chris Bryars Octet Plays the Music of Lucky Thompson' (SCCD31713) and his exploration of the music of Freddie Redd on 'Music Forever' (SCCD 31743). Now to add to this impressive list Chris Byars compiled eleven gems from the book of Duke Jordan (1922 - 2006), who was one of the early and most original bebop pianists. Israeli-born singer Yaala Ballin wrote lyrics and sang two of the Jordan melodies ("Sultry Eve" and "Lesson in Love").

Personnel: Chris Byars (alto saxophone), Stefano Doglioni (bass clarinet), John Mosca (trombone), Pasquale Grasso (guitar), Ari Roland (bass), Stefan Schatz (drums), Yaala Ballin (vocal - 4 & 7) and others

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