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  Наименование CD :
   The Organizer

Год издания : 1991

Компания звукозаписи : DIW

Музыкальный стиль : Jazz-Funk, Avant-Garde, Soul-Jazz, Free Jazz, Jazz Blues

Время звучания : 49:17

Код CD : DIW-821

  Комментарий (рецензия) :

CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Jazz (Free - Avant-Garde)      

Trumpeter Lester Bowie grew up in St. Louis with a musical backdrop provided by the popular organ combos of the era. In 1991, while on hiatus from the Art Ensemble of Chicago and Lester Bowie's Brass Fantasy, the trumpeter revisited his organ roots. He wisely matched the soulful, gospel influences of organist Amina Claudine Myers and the exhilarating tenor powerhouse James Carter with trombonist Steve Turre and drummers (fellow AEC members past and present) Famoudou Don Moye and Phillip Wilson, making for invigorating yet reverent sessions. The six cuts on The Organizer include three by Bowie, one apiece from Turre and Myers, and a nod to Gene Ammons with the inclusion of "Angel Eyes." Carter and Myers receive the majority of solo space throughout the disc; however, by the session's concluding "Brooklyn Works Suite," Bowie unabashedly takes the solo spotlight. Bowie released a companion disc the same year with the same personal (also on DIW) called Funky T Cool T.

- Al Campbell (All Music Guide)

  Соисполнители :

Amina Claudine Myers (Organ, Hammond, Vocals)
Famoudou Don Moye (Drums)
James Carter (Tenor Saxophone)
Steve Turre (Trombone)

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Наименование трека



   1 Sonala Nobala         0:05:44 Lester Bowie / New York Organ Ensemble
   2 Angel Eyes     T       0:11:22 -"-
   3 The Burglar         0:09:56 -"-
   4 Guten Morgen, Pt. 2         0:05:28 -"-
   5 Ready Joe         0:08:04 -"-
   6 Brooklyn Works Suite         0:08:44 -"-


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