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     Charlie Haden
 
 

Real name: Charles Edward Haden
Born: Aug 6, 1937 in Shenandoah, IA
Genres: Jazz
Styles: Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Jazz, Hard Bop, Post-Bop
Instruments: Leader, Bass

As a member of saxophonist Ornette Coleman's early bands, bassist Charlie Haden became known as one of free jazz's founding fathers. Haden has never settled into any of jazz's many stylistic niches, however. Certainly he's played his share of dissonant music - in the '60 and '70s, as a sideman with Coleman and Keith Jarrett, and as a leader of the Liberation Music Orchestra, for instance - but for the most part, he seems drawn to consonance. Witness his trio with saxophonist Jan Garbarek and guitarist Egberto Gismonti, whose ECM album Silence epitomized a profoundly lyrical and harmonically simple aesthetic; or his duo with guitarist Pat Metheny, which has as much to do with American folk traditions as with jazz. There's a soulful reserve to Haden's art. Never does he play two notes when one (or none) will do. Not a flashy player along the lines of a Scott LaFaro (who also played with Coleman), Haden's facility was limited, but his sound and intensity of expression were as deep as any jazz bassist's. Rather than concentrate on speed and agility, Haden subtly explores his instrument's timbral possibilities with a sure hand and sensitive ear. Haden's childhood was musical. His family was a self-contained country & western act along the lines of the more famous Carter Family, with whom they were friends. They played revival meetings and county fairs in the Midwest and in the late '30s, had their own radio show that was broadcast twice daily from a 50,000-watt station in Shenandoah, IA (Haden's birthplace). Haden debuted on the family program at the tender age of 22 months, after his mother noticed him humming along to her lullabies. The family moved to Springfield, MO, and began a show there. Haden sang with the family group until contracting polio at the age of 15. The disease weakened the nerves in his face and throat, thereby ending his singing career. In 1955, Haden played bass on a network television show produced in Springfield, hosted by the popular country singer, Red Foley. Haden moved to Los Angeles and by 1957 had begun playing jazz with pianists Elmo Hope and Hampton Hawes and saxophonist Art Pepper. Beginning in 1957, he began an extended engagement with pianist Paul Bley at the Hillcrest Club. It was around then that Haden heard Coleman play for the first time, when the saxophonist sat in with Gerry Mulligan's band in another L.A. nightclub. Coleman was quickly dismissed from the bandstand, but Haden was impressed. They met and developed a friendship and musical partnership, which led to Coleman and trumpeter Don Cherry joining Bley's Hillcrest group in 1958. In 1959, Haden moved with Coleman to New York; that year, Coleman's group with Haden, Cherry, and drummer Billy Higgins played a celebrated engagement at the Five Spot, and began recording a series of influential albums, including The Shape of Jazz to Come and Change of the Century. In addition to his work with Coleman, the '60s saw Haden play with pianist Denny Zeitlin, saxophonist Archie Shepp, and trombonist Roswell Rudd. He formed his own big band, the Liberation Music Orchestra, which championed leftist causes. The band made a celebrated album, Song for Chй, in 1969 for Impulse. In 1976, Haden joined with fellow Coleman alumni Cherry, Dewey Redman, and Ed Blackwell to form Old and New Dreams. Also that year, he recorded a series of duets with Hawes, Coleman, Shepp, and Cherry, which was released as The Golden Number (A&M). In 1982, the Liberation Music Orchestra re-formed The Ballad of the Fallen (ECM). Haden helped found a university level jazz education program at CalArts in the '80s. He continued to perform, both as a leader and sideman. In the '90s, his primary performing unit became the bop-oriented Quartet West, with tenor saxophonist Ernie Watts, pianist Alan Broadbent, and drummer Larance Marble. He would also reconstitute the Liberation Music Orchestra for occasional gigs. In 2000, Haden reunited with Coleman for a performance at the Bell Atlantic Jazz Festival in New York City.

- Chris Kelsey (All Music Guide)


Ресурсы сети, связанные с исполнителем:
www.nndb.com/people/385/000044253 About
musicians.allaboutjazz.com/musician.php?id=7320 Biography & articles on 'All About Jazz'
www.charliehadenmusic.com Official website.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Haden About from 'wikipedia'
ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Хэйден,_Чарльз_Эдвард О исполнителе из 'википедии' [ru]
www.ejn.it/mus/haden.htm About on Europe Jazz Network [mobile]
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Haden About from 'wapedia.mobi' [mobile]
ru.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Хэйден,_Чарльз_Эдвард О исполнителе из 'мобильной википедии' [mobile] [ru]
   
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
  как основной исполнитель ...
 Charlie Haden - 'Always Say Goodbye' - 1994, Polygram
 Charlie Haden - 'American Dreams' - 2002, Verve
 Charlie Haden - 'Dream Keeper' - 1990, Blue Note
 Charlie Haden - 'Etudes' - 1987, Soul Note
 Charlie Haden - 'Folk Songs' - 1979, ECM
 Charlie Haden - 'Haunted Heart' - 1991, Prospekt, Polygram
 Charlie Haden - 'In Angel City' - 1988, Verve
 Charlie Haden - 'In Montreal' - 2001, ECM
 Charlie Haden - 'Land Of The Sun' - 2004, Verve
 Charlie Haden - 'Liberation Music Orchestra' - 1970, Impulse!
 Charlie Haden - 'Magico' - 1979, ECM
 Charlie Haden - 'Montreal Tapes With Geri Allen' - 1998, Verve
 Charlie Haden - 'Montreal Tapes With Gonzalo Rubalcaba' - 1998, Verve
 Charlie Haden - 'Night And The City' - 1996, Polygram
 Charlie Haden - 'Nightfall' - 2004, Naim
 Charlie Haden - 'None But The Lonely Heart' - 1998, Naim
 Charlie Haden - 'Quartet West' - 1986, Polygram
 Charlie Haden - 'Silence' - 1989, Soul Note
 Charlie Haden - 'Steal Away' - 1994, Verve, Polygram
 Charlie Haden - 'The Art Of The Song' - 1999, Polygram
 Charlie Haden - 'The Golden Number' - 1976, A&M
  как основной соисполнитель ...
 Kenny Barron - 'Wanton Spirit' - 1994, Verve
 Michael Brecker - 'Nearness Of You' - 2001, Verve
 Ornette Coleman - 'Change Of The Century' - 1959, Atlantic
 James Cotton - 'Deep In The Blues' - 1996, Verve
 Jan Garbarek - 'Magico: Carta De Amor' - 2012, ECM
 Old And New Dreams - 'Old And New Dreams (Black Saint)' - 1976, Black Saint
 Old And New Dreams - 'Old And New Dreams (ECM)' - 1979, ECM
 Enrico Pieranunzi - 'Fellini Jazz' - 2004, C.A.M. Jazz
 Enrico Pieranunzi - 'Special Encounter' - 2005, C.A.M. Jazz
  как соисполнитель ...
 Geri Allen - 'Segments' - 1989, DIW
 Ray Anderson - 'Every One Of Us' - 1992, Gramavision Records
 Ginger Baker - 'Going Back Home' - 1994, Atlantic
 Carla Bley - 'Escalator Over The Hill' - 1971, JCOA
 Carla Bley - 'Musique Mecanique' - 1979, WATT, ECM
 Jane Ira Bloom - 'Mighty Lights' - 1982, Enja
 Michael Brecker - 'Don't Try This At Home' - 1988, Impulse!, Galactic
 Ruth Cameron - 'Roadhouse' - 2000, Verve
 Don Cherry - 'Art Deco' - 1989, IMS
 Ornette Coleman - 'The Shape Of Jazz To Come' - 1959, Atlantic
 Ornette Coleman - 'This Is Our Music' - 1960, Atlantic
 Alice Coltrane - 'Journey To Satchidananda' - 1970, Impulse!
 Alice Coltrane - 'Translinear Light' - 2004, Impulse!
 John Coltrane - 'Jupiter Variation' - 1967, Impulse!
 John Coltrane - 'The Avant-Garde' - 1967, Atlantic, Rhino
 Al Di Meola - 'Pursuit Of Radical Rhapsody' - 2011, Telarc Jazz
 Richard Galliano - 'Love Day' - 2008, Milan
 Jan Garbarek - 'Works' - 1984, ECM
 Jim Hall - 'Jim Hall & Basses' - 2001, Telarc
 Tom Harrell - 'Form' - 1990, Contemporary
 Tom Harrell - 'Visions' - 1991, Contemporary
 Joe Henderson - 'An Evening With Joe Henderson' - 1994, Red
 Fred Hersch - 'Sarabande' - 1996, Sunnyside
 Laurence Hobgood - 'When The Heart Dances' - 2008, Naim
 Keith Jarrett - 'Expectations' - 1972, Columbia, Legacy, Release Records
 Keith Jarrett - 'Somewhere Before' - 2008, Atlantic, Warner Jazz
 Keith Jarrett - 'The Survivors' Suite' - 1977, ECM
 Lee Konitz - 'Another Shade Of Blue' - 1999, Blue Note
 Scott LaFaro - 'The Alchemy Of Scott La Faro' - 1995, Giants Of Jazz
 Abbey Lincoln - 'A Turtle's Dream' - 1994, Verve, Polygram
 Abbey Lincoln - 'The World Is Falling Down' - 1990, Verve
 Abbey Lincoln - 'You Gotta Pay The Band' - 1991, Verve Forecast, Galactic
 Joe Lovano - 'Universal Language' - 1992, Blue Note
 Harvey Mason Sr. - 'With All My Heart' - 2004, RCA Victor, BMG, Bluebird
 Art Pepper - 'Art 'N' Zoot' - 1996, West Wind Jazz, OJC
 Joshua Redman - 'Wish' - 1993, Warner Bros.
 Gonzalo Rubalcaba - 'Imagine' - 1996, Blue Note
 Gonzalo Rubalcaba - 'Suite 4 Y 20' - Blue Note
 Gonzalo Rubalcaba - 'The Blessing' - 1991, Blue Note
 Dino Saluzzi - 'Once Upon A Time: Far Away In The South' - 1985, ECM
 John Scofield - 'Grace Under Pressure' - 1991, Blue Note
 John Scofield - 'The Best Of John Scofield' - 1996, Blue Note
 John Scofield - 'Time On My Hands' - 1990, Blue Note
 Archie Shepp - 'Mama Too Tight' - 1966, Impulse!
 Toots Thielemans - 'East Coast. West Coast' - 1988, Private Music
 


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