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Lester Bowie - All The Magic! / The One And Only (1983) Lossless

14-06-2016, 20:32
Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: All The Magic! / The One And Only
Year Of Release: 1983
Label: ECM Records
Genre: Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Free Jazz
Quality: FLAC (log,image+cue)
Total Time: 01:20:32
Total Size: 461 Mb


CD 1: All The Magic!
01. For Louie 12:15
02. Spacehead 06:47
03. Ghosts 03:10
04. All The Magic! / Everything Must Change / T. Jam Blues (Trans Traditional Suite) 15:52
05. Let The Good Times Roll 06:47

CD 2: The One And Only
01. Organic Echo 03:19
02. Dunce Dance 02:07
03. Charlie M. (Part II) 02:51
04. Thirsty? 03:37
05. Allmost Christmas 03:53
06. Down Home 02:42
07. Okra Influence 04:43
08. Miles Davis Meets Donald Duck 01:43
09. Deb Deb's Face 02:05
10. Monkey Waltz 01:52
11. Fradulent Fanfare 01:04
12. Organic Echo (Part II) 05:28

Bass – Fred Williams
Drums – Phillip Wilson
Piano – Art Matthews
Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Ari Brown
Vocals – David Peaston, Fontella Bass
Trumpet, Other Sounds – Lester Bowie

These two CDs offer the trumpeter in very different settings. The first disc presents Bowie with a band to invoke the breadth of Black musical traditions, from the trumpeter's long "Trans Traditional Suite" to exultant versions of "Let the Good Times Roll" and Albert Ayler's "Ghosts," the last with a calypso beat. "For Louie" is a loving invocation of Louis Armstrong, with Bowie's brash and vocal trumpet the perfect instrument for the homage, an assertive declaration of his solidarity with a great tradition, as well as his independence. The second disc is all solo, a continuous demonstration of Bowie's musical invention and sheer resourcefulness, ranging from the comic play of "Miles Davis Meets Donald Duck" to the subtle sounds of "Organic Echo," with the trumpet played into a piano's interior. --Stuart Broomer

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