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The first effort by the Don Ellis big band, as with all of his other orchestral projects, has yet to be reissued on CD. One of the most exciting new jazz big bands of the period, Ellis' ensemble became notorious for its ability to play coherently in odd time signatures. One of the four originals heard on this acclaimed outing from the 1966 Monterey Jazz Festival is titled "33 222 1 222" to show how the band manages to perform in 19/4 time.
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Don Ellis Orchestra 'Live' at Monterey! Don Ellis Orchestra 'Live' at Monterey! is a live album by trumpeter Don Ellis recorded in 1966 at the Monterey Jazz Festival and released on the Pacific Jazz label.
Live in 3⅔/4 Time is a live album by trumpeter Don Ellis recorded in 1966 at the Pacific Jazz Festival and Shelly's Manne-Hole in 1967 and released on the Pacific Jazz label. The title comes from the composition "Upstart" which is in 3⅔4 time signature but is more commonly expressed as 118. Pacific Jazz Records. Pacific Jazz Records was a Los Angeles-based record company and label best known for cool jazz or West coast jazz. It was founded in 1952 by producer Richard Bock (1927–1988) and drummer Roy Harte (1924–2003).
Released in mid 1966, is Don Ellis Orchestra Live at Monterey the first progressive jazz fusion record and/or the first progressive rock album? Could be. After laying dormant as a recording artist for four years, Don Ellis turned the jazz world upside down with this very left coast concert that fused rock energy, odd-metered time signatures from around the world, and a unique take on big band orchestration that threw tradition out the window.
Artist: Don Ellis Orchestra Title: 'Live' At Monterey! Year Of Release: 1988 Label: Pacific Jazz Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop, Progressive Big Band Quality: FLAC (tracks+. Tracklist: 01. 33 222 1 222 (10:29) 02. Cocerto for Trumpet (13:00) 03. Passacaglia and Fugue (07:09) 04. New Nine (12:24). The first effort by the Don Ellis big band, as with all of his other orchestral projects, has yet to be reissued on CD.
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Don Ellis Orchestra, "Live At Monterey. This record changed the way I thought about jazz. Don Ellis Orchestra - Passacaglia And Fugue.
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|1||Introduction By Jimmy Lyons||1:18|
|2||33 222 1 222
Soloist, Tenor Saxophone – Ira SchulmanSoloist, Trumpet – Don Ellis
|3||Passacaglia And Fugue
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Tom ScottSoloist, Trumpet – Don Ellis
Soloist, Trombone – Ron Meyers
|5||Concerto For Trumpet
Soloist, Trumpet – Don Ellis
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Reuben Leon*, Tom ScottSoloist, Alto Saxophone [Amplified] – Ira SchulmanSoloist, Organ – Dave Mackay
|7||Beat Me Daddy, 7 To The Bar
Soloist, Congas, Bongos – Chino ValdesSoloist, Drums – Alan Estes, Steve BohannonSoloist, Organ – Dave MackaySoloist, Saxello – Tom ScottSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Ira Schulman, Ron Starr
Soloist, Bass – Chuck Domanico, Frank De La Rosa, Ray NeapolitanSoloist, Congas, Bongos – Chino ValdesSoloist, Drums – Alan Estes, Steve BohannonSoloist, Organ – Dave MackaySoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Ira Schulman
- Recorded At – Monterey Jazz Festival
- Recorded At – Pacific Jazz Festival
- Remixed At – Capitol Studios
- Alto Saxophone, Saxello, Flute – Tom Scott
- Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Ira Schulman
- Art Direction – Woody Woodward
- Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet – John Magruder
- Bass – Chuck Domanico, Frank De La Rosa, Ray Neapolitan
- Bass Trombone – Terry Woodson
- Composed By, Arranged By – Don Ellis (tracks: 2, 4 to 8), Hank Levy (tracks: 3)
- Congas, Bongos – Chino Valdes
- Drums – Alan Estes, Steve Bohannon
- Flute, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Ruben Leon
- Liner Notes – Leonard Feather
- Organ, Piano – Dave Mackay
- Photography By – Fred Seligo
- Recorded By – Wally Heider
- Reissue Producer – Bob Belden
- Remix – Bob Belden, Peter Doell
- Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Ron Starr
- Trombone – Dave Wells, Ron Meyers*
- Trumpet – Alan Weight, Bob Harmon (tracks: 5), Ed Warren*, Glenn Stuart, Paul Lopez (tracks: 2 to 4, 6 to 8)
- Trumpet, Leader, Conductor – Don Ellis
NotesRecorded at The Monterey Jazz Festival, Monterey, CA (September 18, 1966) and track 5 at The Pacific Jazz Festival, Costa Mesa, CA (October 18, 1966).
Tracks 4, 6, 7 previously unissued.
This recording is mastered from analog sources. Timing layout for instructions and applause
Previously issued on Pacific Jazz ST-20112.
The LP version of Don Ellis "Live At Monterey" contained a version of "Concerto For Trumpet" that was actually recorded at the "Pacific Jazz Festival" in Costa Mesa, California a month later. The Monterey version of "Concerto For Trumpet" must not have been up to Don Ellis' standards, and he and producer Richard Bock substituted the Costa Mesa performance in place of the rejected Monterey performance. The 'Monterey version' of "Concerto For Trumpet" will not be issued.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 724349476820
- Other: IFPI L043
|ST-20112, WPS 20 112 K||Don Ellis Orchestra*||'Live' At Monterey ! (LP, Album)||Pacific Jazz, Liberty||ST-20112, WPS 20 112 K||Germany||1966|
|JP-8224||Don Ellis Orchestra*||'Live' At Monterey ! (LP, Album, RE, S/Edition)||Pacific Jazz||JP-8224||Japan||1979|
|7243 4 94768 2 0||Don Ellis Orchestra*||'Live' At Monterey ! (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Pacific Jazz||7243 4 94768 2 0||Europe||1998|
|ST-20112, PJ-10112||Don Ellis Orchestra*||'Live' At Monterey ! (LP, Album)||Pacific Jazz, Pacific Jazz||ST-20112, PJ-10112||US||1966|
|PJST 20.112||Don Ellis Orchestra*||'Live' At Monterey ! (LP, Album)||Pacific Jazz||PJST 20.112||France||1966|
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