The Cecil Taylor Unit - Spring of Two Blue Jays mp3 flac
I do not own the rights to this music! Cecil Taylor playing Spring of Two Blue J's in 1973, solo piano.
Spring of Two Blue Js is a live album by Cecil Taylor recorded at The Town Hall in New York City in November 1973 and originally released on Taylors Unit C. .
Unit Structures is a 1966 studio album by free jazz pianist Cecil Taylor, released by Blue Note Records. Unit Structures was Taylor's first album on Blue Note. He released Conquistador! on the label in the same year, with a similar lineup. Jesse Jarnow of Pitchfork described the album as "among the most intense of the early free jazz albums". The album was accompanied with an essay written by Cecil Taylor, titled Sound Structure of Subculture Becoming Major Breath/Naked Fire Gesture.
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Format: CD, Album, Promo, Reissue, 20 bit. Country: Japan. Producer – Kuniya Inaoka, Takafumi Ohkuma. Producer – Toshinari Koinuma. Recorded on 22 May 1973 live at Koseinenkin Dai-Hall, Tokyo. SAMPLE is printed on the disk.
Additional information. Unit Structures, 1966. Student Studies, 1966. Spring of Two Blue J's, 1973. Silent Tongues, 1974. Cecil Percival Taylor (March 25, 1929 – April 5, 2018) was an American pianist and poet. Taylor was classically trained and was one of the pioneers of free jazz. His music is characterized by an energetic, physical approach, resulting in complex improvisation often involving tone clusters and intricate polyrhythms.
So instead of a zeitgeist multimedia experience, this follow-up to The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society became the band’s second great, quintessentially English concept album in as many years. In a 1970 interview, Davies joked that Arthur was about the rise and fall of the British Empire, which people tend to associate me with, and he told that story through the eyes of a character based on his brother-in-law, Arthur Anning.
Artist: The Cecil Taylor Unit Album: Dark To Themselves Genre: Avant-Garde Jazz Label: Enja Records Released: 1976/1990 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: Streams and Chorus of Seed (1:01:47). Personnel: Cecil Taylor - piano. Jimmy Lyons - alto saxophone. Raphé Malik - trumpet. David S. Ware - tenor saxophone. Dark to Themselves is a continuous 61-plus-minute performance by pianist Cecil Taylor and his 1976 quintet (which also includes such fiery players as trumpeter Raphe Malik, his longtime altoist Jimmy Lyons, tenor saxophonist David S. Ware, and drummer Marc Edwards). There is a quick theme along with brief transitions that form the composition "Streams and Chorus of Seed," but the bulk of the passionate performance is taken up by spontaneous and intense solos. Listeners with very open ears, and longtime fans of Taylor's, can consider this explosive performance essential.
Blue Jays is a 1975 album by Justin Hayward and John Lodge. It was recorded and released during the Moody Blues' five-year hiatus. During work on the Moody Blues album that was to follow Seventh Sojourn, bandmates Lodge, Mike Pinder, Ray Thomas and Graeme Edge summoned Hayward and producer Tony Clarke out of a recording session to call off the project. The tension-fraught recording of Seventh Sojourn and subsequent world tour had left the band exhausted and relationships frayed
This album, along with Taylor's other Blue Note Album Conquistador, mark the first moves by Taylor into his fully mature group style. Most of his work since these two ground-breaking recordings, has mined the veins he discovered in this period. Of the two albums, Unit Structures is the more tightly organized, all appearences to the contrary. Unit Structures really has to be understood as a series of compositions. Unlike much of the New York avant-garde music of the 60's, this really isn't "free" jazz