Ellery Eskelin - Forms mp3 downloadPerformer: Ellery Eskelin
Style: Modern Creative,Avant-Garde Jazz
Location: Westrax Recording Studios, New York, NY
Released: March 27, 1990
Date of recording: March 27, 1990
Size MP3 version: 1181 mb
Size FLAC version: 1695 mb
Size WMA version: 1921 mb
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Ellery Eskelin - Forms mp3 download
Ellery Eskelin – Forms. Label: Open Minds – OM 2403.
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Of all the downtown New Yorkers on the jazz scene, especially those who come from the avant-garde, saxophonist Ellery Eskelin is the one who has made the most use of the various forms of the jazz tradition. Here, accompanied by bassist Drew Gress and drummer Phil Haynes, Eskelin makes an overt gesture to his influences on the one hand, but uses his abilities to work out further inside the given forms he's learned
Ellery Eskelin – Forms. Label: hatOLOGY – hatOLOGY 592. Format: CD, Album, Reissue. Country: Switzerland. Thanks to Pedro De Freitas. Packaging: gatefold cardboard sleeve.
Ellery Eskelin: Forms by Jerry D'Souza, published on June 11, 2004. Though Ellery Eskelin introduced Drew Gress to Phil Haynes in 1986, they recorded their first album only two years later. Before then they joined forces with trumpeter Paul Smoker in a quartet called Joint Venture and recorded three albums as such. Their second venture, Forms, recorded two years later for Open Minds, has now been reissued by Hatology
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1. Blues - Drew Gress, Phil Haynes. Listen to Forms in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
All songs by Ellery Eskelin. .
Drew Gress, Ellery Eskelin, Phil Haynes.
American tenor saxophonist, born in Wichita, Kansas, and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, from the age of two. His parents, Rodd Keith and Bobbie Lee, were both professional musicians. Rodd Keith died in 1974 in Los Angeles, California, and became a cult figure after his death in the little-known field of "song-poem" music. Organist Bobbie Lee performed in local nightclubs in Baltimore in the early 1960s and provided Eskelin an introduction to standards from the Great American Songbook as well as inspiring an early interest in jazz music.
|1||Blues Ellery Eskelin||Ellery Eskelin feat: Drew Gress / Phil Haynes||8:18|
|2||In Three Ellery Eskelin||Ellery Eskelin feat: Drew Gress / Phil Haynes||8:47|
|3||Ballad Ellery Eskelin||Ellery Eskelin feat: Drew Gress / Phil Haynes||10:27|
|4||Latin Ellery Eskelin||Ellery Eskelin feat: Drew Gress / Phil Haynes||9:13|
|5||African Flower Duke Ellington||Ellery Eskelin feat: Drew Gress / Phil Haynes||10:28|
|6||Vignettes Ellery Eskelin||Ellery Eskelin feat: Drew Gress / Phil Haynes||10:40|
|7||Bebop Dizzy Gillespie||Ellery Eskelin feat: Drew Gress / Phil Haynes||4:20|
CreditsDave Baker - Engineer
David Baker - Engineer
Duke Ellington - Composer
Ellery Eskelin - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer, Sax (Tenor)
Helmut Frühauf - Photography
Dizzy Gillespie - Composer
Drew Gress - Bass, Double Bass, Primary Artist
Phil Haynes - Drums, Primary Artist