Fly Away Little Bird. Not Two, Not One. Paul Bley. The Life of a Trio: Sunday.
Biography by arwulf arwulf. One of the outstanding modern jazz pianists for over half a century. Verve, America, Universal.
Paul Bley is the second album by Canadian jazz pianist Paul Bley featuring tracks recorded in 1954 and released on the EmArcy label For the most part the tone of the pianist remains almost frigid in its consistency; volume level rarely varies and the direction of the improvisations is solidly mainstream.
By Various Artists, Official album, Part of the collection Paul McCartney as producer, composer, or session musician in the 00s. It is believed that the use of low-resolution images of such covers qualifies as fair use. Timeline See what happened in 2003. Only Love Remains, Tough On A Tightrope. Dave and Paul had agreed to collaborate on a song called Whole Life to be released as one of the tracks on an EP titled 46664 One Year On. Like the earlier concert event, sales of the EP were to benefit the campaign against AIDS in Africa. Whole Life, was written and performed by both Dave and Paul, who does an energetic lead vocal while Dave plays guitar.
Paul Bley is the second album by Canadian jazz pianist Paul Bley featuring tracks recorded in 1954 and released on the EmArcy label. Reception For the most part the tone of the pianist remains almost frigid in its consistency; volume level rarely varies and the direction of the improvisations is solidly mainstream. Solo in Mondsee released: 2007. In the North released: 2003. One Year After released: 2002. Sankt Gerold Variations released: 2000. Notes on Ornette released: 1998.
More albums from Paul Bley: Footloose by Paul Bley. Mr. Joy by Paul Bley. Paul Bley, NHØP by Paul Bley. Pyramid by Paul Bley. Alone, Again by Paul Bley. Quiet Song by Paul Bley. Ramblin’ by Paul Bley. View all albums .
Paul Bley – a genuine visionary of jazz. His repertoire depended heavily on the compositions of two of the women with whom he had strong relationships: Carla Bley, his first wife, and Annette Peacock. After a year or so the arrival of the alto saxophonist Ornette Coleman and the trumpeter Don Cherry changed not just the line-up of the group, which became a quintet completed by the bassist Charlie Haden and the drummer Billy Higgins, but its entire approach.
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- Double Bass – Giko Pavan
- Drums – Mauro Beggio
- Piano – Paul Bley
NotesRecorded & mixed at Telex Studios
|CDGLP 91046||Paul Bley||One Year After (CD, Album)||Gala Records||CDGLP 91046||Italy||1992|
|MTCJ-6504||Paul Bley||One Year After (CD, Album, RE)||PJL||MTCJ-6504||Japan||2005|