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Richard Tabnik - Life at the Core mp3 download

Performer: Richard Tabnik
Title: Life at the Core
Style: Post-Bop,Jazz Instrument,Saxophone Jazz
Location: BMG Studios, NYC, NY, Unites States
Duration: 01:02:50
Released: November 13, 1992
Date of recording: November 13, 1992
Size MP3 version: 1348 mb
Size FLAC version: 1818 mb
Size WMA version: 1225 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 129
Format: MP3 TTA DXD MPC MOD AAC
Genre: Jazz

Richard Tabnik - Life at the Core mp3 download


Released: November 13, 1992.

Altoist Richard Tabnik, whose unusual tone and intonation will take some getting used to, does not sound like Lee Konitz (Tristano's most significant student), but follows some of the same principals championed by Tristano. Guitarist Andy Fite offers a fine second voice, while bassist Calvin Hill and drummer Roger Mancuso fulfill their roles as timekeepers. All seven songs on this CD are "originals" that are usually based on earlier standards.

LIFE AT THE CORE - Richard Tabnik Quartet w/ . Andy Fite, . Roger Mancuso, . Calvin Hill, . References. Richard Tabnik: Biography". Retrieved 13 October 2011.

Richard Tabnik (born 1952) is an American jazz saxophonist who lives in New York City. Tabnik studied with the jazz alto saxophonist Lee Konitz from 1970 to 1972. During the years from 1975 through 1979, he lived in Buffalo, . and played lead alto sax in Frank Foster's Big Band at University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. He has written for and performed in many capacities in Houston, Texas, Atlanta, Georgia, and Providence, Rhode Island. LIFE AT THE CORE - Richard Tabnik Quartet w/ .

Profile: American jazz saxophonist. Solo Journey ‎(CD, Album).

Home JT Archives Richard Tabnik Quartet: Life at the Core. Richard Tabnik Quartet: Life at the Core. Published March 1, 1997April 25, 2019 – By David Franklin. The first impression is of an idiosyncratic modern altoist whose early model might have been Lee Konitz. But upon closer listening, it seems that the late tenorist Warne Marsh could have been an inspiration as well, especially in the way Tabnik’s lines snake around the beat, catching up with it here and there and even obscuring it on occasion.

Richard Tabnik, alto saxophone; Carol Tristano, drums; Cameron Brown, bass. Tracklist: 1. In the Moment 2. It’s Just a Feeling. 3. It’s Just a Feeling (take 2) 4. Individuality 5. Discovery 6. Lester Young’s Solos on Shoe Shine Boy (takes 1 & 2) 7. Butterflies & Universes 8. In Sync 9. Heartline 10.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Reach Richard Tabnik Richard Tabnik 6:59
2 Linearity Richard Tabnik Richard Tabnik 5:59
3 Souliloquy Richard Tabnik Richard Tabnik 11:19
4 You Know Richard Tabnik Richard Tabnik 4:35
5 You Know Richard Tabnik Richard Tabnik 4:01
6 Timescapes Richard Tabnik Richard Tabnik 6:41
7 Timescapes Richard Tabnik Richard Tabnik 7:02
8 Dearest Richard Tabnik Richard Tabnik 8:40
9 Life at the Core Richard Tabnik Richard Tabnik 6:54

Credits

Dick Baxter - Engineer
Frank Ferri - Design
Andy Fite - Guitar
Calvin Hill - Bass
Roger Mancuso - Drums
Chuck Stewart - Photography
Richard Tabnik - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer, Sax (Alto)