Dear Mat, Intet---
"Show you water on Mars" - Lord have mercy, what have I done???
The piece in question is entitled "New Hope Jazz Mass" - I apologise for omitting the words "New Hope".
Here's the CD:
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*If a man wants God to hear his prayer quickly, then before he prays for anything else, even his own soul, when he stands and stretches out his hands towards God, he must pray with all his heart for his enemies. Through this action God will hear everything that he asks* -Abba Zeno-
*Protagoras: "Truth is subjective. What is true for you, and what is true for me, is true for me. Your opinion is true by virtue of its being your opinion."
*Socrates: "My opinion is: Truth is absolute, not opinion, and that you are in absolute error. Since this is my opinion, then according to your philosophy you must grant that it is true."
"Improvisational Art": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSxVO3EoCRM
Chick Corea Electric Band "To The Stars" Stretch Records 2004 feat. CC ( piano, keyboards), Eric Marienthal (saxophones), Frank Gambale (guitars), John Patitucci (double bass, el. 5-6 string basses) and Dave Weckl (drums).
Charlie Haden on the album "Silence", Soul Note records feat. CH (double bass), Enrico Pierenunzi (piano), Chet Baker (trumpet) and Billy Higgings (drums)
I had almost finished the Charlie Haden album "Silence", so we rush on to:
"Eyes Of The Heart", by ECM Records 1979, feat. Keith Jarrett (piano, soprano saxophone, osi drums, tambourine), Dewey Redman (tenor saxophone, tambourine, maracas), Carlie Haden (double bass) and Paul Motian (drums, percussion)
When it was first released it was in vinyl of course. A double album, but with no recording on side 4. Strange!
"Travels" by Pat Metheny Group.
The ultimate Pat Metheny double live-album while at ECM Records 1983 "Travels". From Travels CD 1, song one "Are You Going With Me" feat. PM (guitars, syntheziser guitar), Lyle Mays (piano, synthezisers, organ, autoharp, synclavier), Steve Rodby (double bass, el. bass), Danny Gotlieb (drums) and Nana Vasconcelos (percussion, voice, berimbau).
Pat Metheny (acoustic baritone guitar) on his solo album "One Quiet Night". The song "North To South, East To West".
When PM was niniteen, he went to a concert with the Gary Burton Quartet. He brought his 12 string acoustic guitar with the small amplier.
After the 1. set during the intermission PM went back stage, introduced himself to Gary Burton (vibraphone, marimba) and his band. Then PM asked if he could sit in on the 2. set, which meant could he play with the band live.
I have always wondered how it must have looked from the eyes of Gary Burton at that time in the middle of the 1970īs. GB already famous throughout the world belonging to the Giants in jazz on his vibraphone and marimba. Being teacher at the Berklee School of Music as well, while not traveling and recording.
A total stranger this young skinny lad from Missouri with lots of long curly black hair and a 12 string acoustic guitar with an amplier. Can I sit in PM asked?
That was the beginning of the incredible musical career of PM. 6 months later he performed on the album "Ring" by the Gary Burton Quintet in 1975, recorded in Germany at the ECM Records, where PM went straight to the producer Manfred Eicher and got himself a contract to record his first album.
The debut album titled "Bright Size Life", with non other than Jaco Pastorius on the el. frettles bass and Bob Moses from GBīs band on the drums. It was in 1976.
So to all of you young musicians at the MIMF, what you always should remember - Youīre good, and sometimes better than you think yourselves. So just hit it on the stage or at the recording labels.
Last edited by intet_at_tabe; Feb-10-2008 at 04:52.