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     Steve Lacy
 
 

Real name: Steven Morman Lackritz
Born: Jul 23, 1934 in New York, NY
Died: June 4, 2004
Genres: Jazz
Styles: Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Jazz, Post-Bop
Instruments: Sax (Soprano)

One of the great soprano saxophonists of all time (ranking up there with Sidney Bechet and John Coltrane), Steve Lacy's career was fascinating to watch develop. He originally doubled on clarinet and soprano (dropping the former by the mid-'50s), inspired by Bechet and playing Dixieland in New York with Rex Stewart, Cecil Scott, Red Allen and other older musicians during 1952-55. He debuted on record in a modernized Dixieland format with Dick Sutton in 1954. However Lacy soon jumped over several styles to play free jazz with Cecil Taylor during 1955-57. They recorded together and performed at the 1957 Newport Jazz Festival. Lacy recorded with Gil Evans in 1957 (they would work together on an irregular basis into the 1980s), was with Thelonious Monk's quintet in 1960 for four months and then formed a quartet with Roswell Rudd (1961-64) that exclusively played Monk's music; only one live set (for Emanen in 1963) resulted from that very interesting group.

Steve Lacy, who is considered the first "modern" musician to specialize on soprano (an instrument that was completely neglected during the bop era), began to turn towards avant-garde jazz in 1965. He had a quartet with Enrico Rava that spent eight months in South America. After a year back in New York, he permanently moved to Europe in 1967 with three years in Italy preceding a move to Paris. Lacy's music evolved from free form to improvising off of his scalar originals. By 1977 he had a regular group that is still together in the mid-'90s, featuring Steve Potts on alto and soprano, Lacy's wife, violinist/singer Irene Aebi, bassist Kent Carter (later succeded by Jean-Jacques Avenel) and drummer Oliver Johnson; pianist Bobby Few joined the group in the 1980s. Lacy, who has also worked on special projects with Gil Evans, Mal Waldron and Misha Mengelberg among others and in situations ranging from solo soprano concerts, many Monk tributes, big bands and setting poetry to music, has recorded a countless number of sessions for almost as many labels, with Sands appearing on Tzakik in 1998 and Cry on SoulNote in 1999. His early dates (1957-61) were for Prestige, New Jazz and Candid and later on he appeared most notably on sessions for Hat Art, Black Saint/Soul Note and Novus.

- Scott Yanow (All Music Guide)


Ресурсы сети, связанные с исполнителем:
musicians.allaboutjazz.com/musician.php?id=8532 Biography & articles on 'All About Jazz'
www.wnur.org/jazz/artists/lacy.steve Links
senators.free.fr Official website. Live, liste, play
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Lacy About from 'wikipedia'
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Lacy About from 'wapedia.mobi' [mobile]
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
  как основной исполнитель ...
 Steve Lacy - 'Monk's Dream' - 1962, Verve, Columbia
 Steve Lacy - 'Reflections: Steve Lacy Plays Thelonious Monk' - 1958, New Jazz, OJC, JVC
 Steve Lacy - 'Spirit Of Mingus' - 1992, Free Lance
 Steve Lacy - 'The Beat Suite' - 2003, Sunnyside
 Steve Lacy - 'The Forest And The Zoo' - 2002, ESP-Disk
 Steve Lacy - 'Trickles' - 1976, Black Saint
  как основной соисполнитель ...
 Misha Mengelberg - 'Dutch Masters' - 1987, Soul Note
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 Gary Burton - 'A Genuine Tong Funeral' - 1967, BMG, RCA
 Bill Dixon - 'Opium' - 2001, Between The Lines
 Gil Evans - 'Gil Evans (Giants Of Jazz)' - 1999, Giants Of Jazz
 Gil Evans - 'Gil Evans And Ten' - 1957, Fantasy, OJC
 Gil Evans - 'The Complete Pacific Jazz Sessions' - 2006, Blue Note
 Gil Evans - 'The Individualism Of Gil Evans' - 1964, Verve
 Gigi Gryce - 'At Newport' - 1957, Universal
 Helen Merrill - 'Collaboration: Helen Merrill - Gil Evans' - 1988, Nippon Phonogram
 Alan Silva - 'Alan Silva And Celestrial Communication Orchestra' - 1970, Actuel
 Mal Waldron - 'Hard Talk' - 1974, Enja
 Mal Waldron - 'One - Upmanship' - 1977, Enja
 Mal Waldron - 'One More Time' - 2002, Sketch
 


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