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Album: Miles Before & After
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The next year, the Modern Jazz Gang released Miles Before And After, a well-received LP that features three compositions by Brugnolini. Modern Jazz Gang – Jazz In Italy (1960) Cetra. A vinyl rip of Carme for J and three more tracks from Cetra’s long out of print 45 EP Jazz In Italy N. 6 (1960) including The Drum Is A Tramp, Polimnia, and Blue Mirria are currently found at jazzfromitaly. The album features the identical two dozen tracks, with about half renamed in the 2013 reissue.
MODERN JAZZ GANG - MILES BEFORE AND AFTER: Top Italian jazz rarity, a really great modern jazz set featuring Enzo Scoppa, Cicci Santucci and Sandro Brugnolini . Check "Miles Before And After". Cover has 5 cm split middle bottom edge. High quality reissue from 2007. european jazz reissues. BJÖRN ALKES KVARTETT JAZZ I SVERIGE 1974 CAPRICE - Sweden Original LP · VG+/VG+ · 90 SEK. New in stock. BJÖRN ALKES KVARTETT - JAZZ I SVERIGE 1974: LP from 1974 with Göran Strandberg, Gunnar Bergsten and Fredrik Noren.
Modern Jazz Gang: Miles Before and After Label: Adventure LM300/03 12" LP 1960 Design: Umberto Sanfucci. Soundtrack with Chet Baker Label: RCA Camden CMS 30-104 12" LP 1960. Piero Piccioni: New Sound Jazz Label: Cinevox CJ01 12" LP 1960. Quintetto Basso-Valdambrini Label: Fonit EP 4007 7" EP 1961. Gil Cuppini: Confirmation, Solar Label: Meazzi ME03028 7" EP 1961. International Jazz Meeting with Franco Cerri, Barney Wilen . Columbia QPX 8018), and Jazz allo Studio 7 by Romano Mussolini (Ricordi MRJ 8002). LPs from 1961 and 1962.
Milestones (CL 1193) is a studio album by American jazz trumpeter and composer Miles Davis, recorded with his "first great quintet" augmented as a sextet. It was released in 1958 by Columbia Records. Tenor saxophonist John Coltrane's return to Davis' group in 1958 coincided with the "modal phase" albums: Milestones and Kind of Blue (1959) are both considered essential examples of 1950s modern jazz. Davis at this point was experimenting with modes – scale patterns other than major and minor.
After leaving Miles in 1970, Holland formed the avant-garde group Circle, with Chick Corea, and later co-founded the trio Gateway with Jack DeJohnette. Since then, Holland, who is equally at home with straight-ahead and more exploratory jazz, has been busy as both a sideman and an artist in his own right. One of the founding fathers of modern jazz bass was this Oklahoma musician, who gained notoriety after recording with tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins, in 1943, which led to him working with Earl Hines and Ben Webster. After moving to the Big Apple in the mid-40s, Pettiford co-led a band with bebop trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie.
So much of my listening to modern jazz has been on vinyl, a riveting set at the Nice Jazz Festival this week by Omer Avital, featuring Avishai Cohen on trumpet, brought me up sharply. I had heard the trumpet by Miles and a few others on record, but I had never really heard a modern jazz quintet live in the flesh featuring a first class jazz trumpet, and I was unprepared for how potent an instrument it is, in the right hands.
Modern Jazz can be described as ‘Decline & Fall of the Chord‘ or ‘The War on Chords‘ – with the ultimate goal of freer improvisation. But then Miles Davis came along, with his Kind of Blue album. This introduced (along with the album Milestones before it) modality to Jazz. It moved away from the ‘dense’ and ‘thick’ chord heavy compositions of Bebop and moved towards a less busy style of Jazz, with fewer chords and a slower harmonic rhythm. This meant soloist couldn’t rely solely on the chords to get him (or her) through an improvisation, instead he had to create interesting melodies himself. The soloist was free to explore a particular scale or mode without regard for guide tones or avoid notes or any nonsense like that. Modern Jazz – The Only Rule is that There are No Rules. In Modern Jazz – all things are relative. There are no right or wrongs.
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