Matthew Shipp Quartet - Pastoral Composure album
Pastoral Composure The Matthew Shipp Quartet. Listen on Apple Music. Accelerando (Bonus Track Version). We Insist! Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite.
Composed By – Matthew Shipp (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 to 9). Drums – Gerald Cleaver. Executive-Producer – Peter Gordon (3). Mastered By – Chris Flam. Piano, Producer – Matthew Shipp. Recorded By – Carl Seltzer. Trumpet, Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Roy Campbell. Recorded at Seltzer Sound, New York, New York on January 6, 2000.
Pastoral Composure - Студийный альбом от Matthew Shipp Quartet. В альбом вошло 9 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 48:18. The Problem Of Jazz ~ Matthew Shipp Quartet Sonic Fiction 2018. Matthew Shipp & Mat Maneri - Greensleeves. Matthew Shipp - Rocket Shipp. Compost - Matthew Shipp Trio. 7. Matthew Shipp Quartet.
Matthew Shipp went into retirement earlier this year at age 38, after seven years of recording some of the most adventurous free jazz piano in history. Recently Thirsty Ear convinced him to come out of his self-imposed retirement and record a quartet album entitled Pastoral Composure. His new quartet features trumpeter Roy Campbell, bassist William Parker, and drummer Gerald Cleaver. A more sympathetic group has rarely existed in free jazz
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Jazz pianist Matthew Shipp's latest, Pastoral Composure, easily secured itself a place in the "later" pile. I was expecting the album to be typical of today's avant-jazz scene: rewarding, yet difficult to decipher. But as Shipp, horn player Roy Campbell, bassist William Parker, and drummer Gerald Cleaver made their way through seven of Shipp's originals and two covers, my excitement grew. Undoubtedly, all four members of this quartet are amazingly proficient players. But even when a song collapses into a more improvisational bit, there's always just enough structure to hold the piece together. in a way that will hopefully challenge, probe, excite, and perhaps even anger listeners.
Matthew Shipp (born December 7, 1960) is an American pianist, composer, and bandleader. Shipp was raised in Wilmington, Delaware, and began playing piano at six years old. His mother was a friend of trumpeter Clifford Brown. He was strongly attracted to jazz, but also played in rock groups while in high school. Shipp attended the University of Delaware for one year, then the New England Conservatory of Music, where he studied with Joe Maneri.
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|3||Prelude To A Kiss
Written-By – Duke Ellington
Written-By – Traditional
- Recorded At – Seltzer Sound
- Mastered At – Mindswerve
- Artwork – Matthew Shipp
- Bass – William Parker
- Composed By – Matthew Shipp (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 to 9)
- Drums – Gerald Cleaver
- Executive-Producer – Peter Gordon
- Mastered By – Chris Flam
- Piano, Producer – Matthew Shipp
- Recorded By – Carl Seltzer
- Trumpet, Trumpet [Pocket], Flugelhorn – Roy Campbell
NotesRecorded at Seltzer Sound, New York, New York on January 6, 2000.
Mastered at Mindswerve Studios, NYC.
Лицензионное соглашение № МЗ-II/35/2002 от 14.03.02.
Для продаж на территории России
Unlicensed reissued of the original Thirsty Ear release (Catalog# THI57084.2).
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- Matrix / Runout: ZZ-03GP0000738
|THI57084.2||Matthew Shipp Quartet||Pastoral Composure (CD, Album)||Thirsty Ear||THI57084.2||US||2000|