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     Steve Coleman
 
 

Born: Sep 20, 1956 in Chicago, IL
Genres: Jazz
Styles: Free Funk, M-Base, Post-Bop
Instruments: Sax (Alto), Leader

M-Base founder, composer, and alto saxophonist Steve Coleman hails from Chicago. His earliest years were spent playing in R&B and funk bands in emulation of his first hero, Maceo Parker. Coleman had heard all the greats in his hometown and changed his focus from R&B to jazz precipitating his move to New York. He gigged with the Thad Jones-Mel Lewis big band, followed by Sam Rivers' All-Star Orchestra and, eventually, Cecil Taylor's big-band project. He began working with other leaders as well: David Murray, Abbey Lincoln, Michael Brecker. But Coleman was restless; he began listening to other music, particularly that of West Africa (he later traveled to Ghana to study). His music evolved and he continued to play side gigs, honing his sound and compositions - he has a totally original alto tone - by playing in the street. Coleman's first band, the Five Elements, would be formed of street cats, including Graham Haynes. The band came up with the M-Base concept in 1985 ("macro-basic array of spontaneous extemporization") and signed with the European JMT label. Others in the M-Base crew include Gary Thomas, Geri Allen, Greg Osby, Robin Eubanks, and Cassandra Wilson. Coleman developed complex musical theories about integrating the rhythms of funk, soul, world music, and jazz. He eventually signed with BMG and started three other bands, Mystic Rhythm Society, Metrics, and Council of Balance. He was also a member of Dave Holland's quartet for a time and has continued to play and record with his three groups as well as other artists, both M-Base and not. In addition to issuing over 20 records under his own name, he is a sought-after producer. Steve Coleman is a renaissance man for the left wing of jazz.

- Thom Jurek (All Music Guide)


Ресурсы сети, связанные с исполнителем:
www.m-base.com/resume1b.html About, discography
musicians.allaboutjazz.com/musician.php?id=5820 Biography & articles on 'All About Jazz'
www.m-base.com Personal webpages
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Coleman About from 'wikipedia'
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Coleman About from 'wapedia.mobi' [mobile]
Хронологические таблицы (Hrono table)  
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
  как основной исполнитель ...
 Steve Coleman - 'Curves Of Life' - 1995, RCA
 Steve Coleman - 'Def Trance Beat (Modalities Of Rhythm)' - 1995, Novus, RCA
 Steve Coleman - 'Invisible Paths: First Scattering' - 2007, Tzadik
 Steve Coleman - 'On The Rising Of The 64 Paths' - 2003, Label Bleu
 Steve Coleman - 'Phase Space' - 1994, DIW Japan
 Steve Coleman - 'Resistance Is Futile' - 2001, Label Bleu
 Steve Coleman - 'The Sign And The Seal: Transmissions Of The Metaphysics Of A Culture' - 1997, RCA
 Steve Coleman - 'The Tao Of Mad Phat: Fringe Zones' - 1993, Novus, RCA
  как основной соисполнитель ...
 Sam Rivers - 'Inspiration' - 1999, RCA
  как соисполнитель ...
 Stanley Cowell - 'Back To The Beautiful' - 1989, Concord
 Roy Hargrove - 'Hard Groove' - 2003, Verve
 Dave Holland - 'Extensions' - 1989, ECM
 Dave Holland - 'Jumpin' In' - 1983, ECM
 Dave Holland - 'Seeds Of Time' - 1984, ECM
 Dave Holland - 'Triplicate' - 1988, ECM
 Vijay Iyer - 'Memorophilia' - 1995, Red Giant
 Abbey Lincoln - 'Talking To The Sun' - 1987, Enja
 Mal Waldron - 'Soul Eyes' - 1997, BMG, RCA Victor
 Cassandra Wilson - 'Point Of View' - 1985, Prospekt, JMT
 


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