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Igor Butman's Big Band Spesial Guest Wynton Marsalis - Moscow @ 3 A.M. mp3 album

  • Performer: Igor Butman's Big Band
  • Title: Moscow @ 3 A.M.
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Country: Russia
  • Formats: AUD AA TTA XM APE RA DTS
  • Released: 2009
  • Style: Jazz-Rock, Big Band, Post Bop
  • MP3 album: 1875 mb
  • FLAC album: 1443 mb
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 463
Igor Butman's Big Band Spesial Guest Wynton Marsalis - Moscow @ 3 A.M. mp3 album

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Artist: Igor Butman Big Band Title Of Album: Moscow @ 3 . He’s recruited Wynton Marsalis as a guest soloist here. The music, blazingly rendered for a full 77 minutes, is pretty much all Levinovsky. Smoothly gliding and tightly focused, Levinovsky’s lush orchestrations are always on the move, built from hard-swinging, repeated riff melodies that recall Gerald Wilson’s big-band style but also carry the occasional whiff of folk melody.

Igor Butman s Big Band Spesial Guest Wynton Marsalis – The Bells Rang in Novgorod. Larisa Dolina & Igor Butman s Big Band – I Got The Blues. Butman Igor Big Band – Moscow At 3 . IGOR BUTMAN Игорь Бутман Big Band – Bolero.

Igor Butman Big Band 02. The Eternal Triangle (special guest Randy Brecker). Igor Butman's Big Band Spesial Guest Wynton Marsalis Little Finale.

Strona Główna Jazz Igor Butman Igor Butman's Big Band - Moscow 3 . Igor Butman's Big Band - Moscow 3 . Czwartek, 21 Wrzesień 2017 14:00 Wpisany przez bluesever. Ocena użytkowników:, 0 Słaby Świetny. And Marsalis adds his distinctive trumpet touch to three tracks, settling gently into Levinovsky’s enveloping swing like a pearl on a velvet cushion.

1 2 3 4 5. Artist songs. Jump Start - The Mastery of Melancholy: Slow Drag. Wynton Marsalis, Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra. Emile Parisien, Wynton Marsalis, Emile Parisien with Joachim Kühn, Vincent Peirani & Michel Portal feat.

Artist: Wynton Marsalis, Igor Butman Big Band. Album: Moscow @ 3 . Wynton Marsalis - Poem He And She, 2009 00:12. Wynton Marsalis - Everything Happens to Me Standard Time - Sony Jazz Trios, 1987 05:03. Artist: Wynton Marsalis Igor Butman Big Band.

Tracklist

Russian Passion
That's All
Dirty Dozen
Nevalyashki
Take The "A" Train
The Bells Rung In Novgorod
Mirage
We'll Be Back
Moscow At 3 A.M.
Little Finale

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
IB 74002 Igor Butman's Big Band Spesial Guest Wynton Marsalis Igor Butman's Big Band Spesial Guest Wynton Marsalis - Moscow @ 3 A.M. ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Butman Music IB 74002 Russia 2009
IB 74002 Igor Butman's Big Band Special Guest Wynton Marsalis Igor Butman's Big Band Special Guest Wynton Marsalis - Moscow @ 3 A.M. ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Butman Music IB 74002 Russia 2009

Reviews about Igor Butman's Big Band Spesial Guest Wynton Marsalis - Moscow @ 3 A.M. (1):
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Casting a welcome spotlight on the underexposed Russian jazz scene, star saxophonist Igor Butman reunites with a longtime friend and collaborator, composer/arranger Nick Levinovsky, to co-lead a bright, swinging 16-piece ensemble on Moscow @ 3 A.M. Both men are important figures in their nation’s jazz history: In the 1980s, Butman and Levinovsky formed the core of the band Allegro, among the best-known carriers of the jazz banner in what was still the Soviet Union. In the intervening years, Butman has bounced between Moscow and New York, building an impressive résumé of work with top international artists. (He’s recruited Wynton Marsalis as a guest soloist here.)The music, blazingly rendered for a full 77 minutes, is pretty much all Levinovsky. Smoothly gliding and tightly focused, Levinovsky’s lush orchestrations are always on the move, built from hard-swinging, repeated riff melodies that recall Gerald Wilson’s big-band style but also carry the occasional whiff of folk melody. Solos are spread around the group, and Butman’s presence, while strong and assured, is far from dominant. Still, he turns in some ambitious playing, stretching out from positions of calm repose to insistent, impassioned jabs, buoyed by the ensemble as in the sweeping, odd-metered cycle of “Dirty Dozen.”The set is especially flattering to soprano saxophones. Tag-teaming in the sassy “Nevalyashki,” soprano players Dmitry Mospan and Oleg Grymov chase each other in circles, an elusive hummingbird’s flight juxtaposed with sure-footed analysis. And Marsalis adds his distinctive trumpet touch to three tracks, settling gently into Levinovsky’s enveloping swing like a pearl on a velvet cushion. By Forrest Dylan Bryant

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