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Spirituals & Dedications
Jane Bunnett, Dewey Redman, Dean Bowman, Larry Cramer, Stanley Cowell, Kieran Overs, Mark McLean
első megjelenés éve: 2002
(2002)

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6.200 Ft 

 

IMPORT!
Kosaramba teszem
1.  Don's Light
2.  A Laugh for Rory
3.  I'm Gonna Tell God
4.  Illusion Suite
5.  Shadrack
6.  Cal Massey
7.  Powerful Paul Robeson
8.  Nobody Knows
9.  Ecclusiatics
10.  Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child
Jazz

Jane Bunnett - Flute, Sax (Soprano)
Dean Bowman Vocals
Dewey Redman Sax (Tenor)
Kieran Overs Bass
Larry Cramer Trumpet
Mark McLean Drums
Stanley Cowell Piano

Soprano saxophonist and flutist Jane Bunnett mostly performed afro-cuban jazz in the 1990s but stayed interested in several other areas of music. This release finds her primarily exploring spirituals, with singer Dean Bowman having a major role. While Bowman has a strong voice but is a little limited, Bunnett plays well, as does pianist Stanley Cowell (who contributes three pieces) and the great tenor Dewey Redman, with trumpeter Larry Cramer getting in some good spots too. Among the tunes explored by the ensemble (along with some originals) are Rahsaan Roland Kirk's "A Laugh for Rory" (which brings back the spirit of Kirk), "Shadrack," Charles Mingus' "Ecclusiatics," and "Nobody Knows." A sincere effort that succeeds. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide



Jane Bunnett

Active Decades: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s and '00s
Born: Oct 22, 1956 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Worldbeat, Latin Jazz, Post-Bop, Afro-Cuban Jazz, Cuban Jazz

One of the finest soprano saxophonists in jazz of the 1990s, Jane Bunnett originally studied classical piano but tendonitis cut short that career. After seeing the Charles Mingus group in San Francisco, Bunnett was inspired to play advanced jazz. On soprano, she recalls Steve Lacy a bit (who she has studied with), while her flute playing is quite distinctive. Bunnett has always had major players on her records: in addition to her husband, trumpeter Larry Cramer, the late pianist Don Pullen had been a fixture on her records; her 1988 debut for Dark Light also featured Dewey Redman; and she utilized Sheila Jordan and Jeanne Lee.
Bunnett has recorded for Dark Light, Music & Arts (a series of duets with Pullen), and Denon. Her most adventurous work is 1991's Spirits of Havana, which matches her playing with many of Cuba's top jazz musicians in Cuba. Jane Bunnett moved to Paris in the mid-'90s. Bunnett continued to record Afro-Cuban jazz throughout the 90's, releasing several critically acclaimed discs for Blue Note records. In 2002, Bunnett took a brief sabbatical from Afro Cuban music and released Spirituals & Dedications, highlighting her interest in both traditional gospel and modern compostions with spiritual themes by Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Stanely Cowell and Charles Mingus.
--- Scott Yanow, All Music Guide

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