Don Pullen - Five To Go mp3 album
Don Gabriel Pullen (December 25, 1941 – April 22, 1995) was an American jazz pianist and organist. Pullen developed a strikingly individual style throughout his career. He composed pieces ranging from blues to bebop and modern jazz. The great variety of his body of work makes it difficult to pigeonhole his musical style. Pullen was born on December 25, 1941, and raised in Roanoke, Virginia.
Five to Go is an album by American jazz pianist Don Pullen recorded in Rome in 1975 and released on the Horo label. the finer moments of Five to Go make it a valuable document in this late musician's discography. All compositions by Don Pullen.
Don Pullen (December 25, 1941 - April 22, 1995) was an American jazz pianist and organist. View full artist profile. Play all. Muhal Richard Abrams.
Album · 1978 · 3 Songs. Before the Lights Go On. 6:54. 2. Struggle to Be. 12:01. Don Pullen, Don Moye & Sandro Satta). The New Village On the Left.
While the name recognition on New Beginnings is high, the performances are inconsistent, largely because Pullen was trying to juxtapose a more groove-oriented piano trio approach against the outside nature of his '60s playing. It is interesting throughout though not terribly rewarding. Random Thoughts, however, feels like a more natural fit and one in which the pianist and composer's rhythmic ideas and solo proficiencies were better matched to his rhythm section. The tunes are more lyrical and flowing, even when coming from different directions at once. Ultimately, these four albums.
Don Pullen - Five to Go. Pullen-Adams Quartet, Song From The Old Country (1989). Monk's Dream Trio - Raise Four. Добавлено: 4 мес. TheNada73 4 мес.
We'll start the music back up once you go through this security check.
|A||Five To Go||24:40|
- Recorded By – RVC Corporation
- Engineer – Raimondo Caruana
- Photography By – Ennio Antonangeli
- Piano, Composed By – Don Pullen
NotesRecorded July 29, Roma.
Comes with single-sided insert.
|HZ 02||Don Pullen||Five To Go (LP, Album)||Horo Records||HZ 02||Italy||1976|