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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
This is one of the most exciting jazz releases of 1995. Joe Lovano is showcased on four songs backed by a string section, is accompanied by a stringless big band filled with woodwinds and brass during four other pieces, performs Ornette Coleman's "Kathline Gray" with a chamber group, takes two songs as duets with his wife Judi Silvano who contributes wordless vocals, plays his own "Wildcat" as an overdubbed feature for his tenor and drums, and does a straightforward version of "Chelsea Bridge" unaccompanied. Gunther Schuller's arrangements for the larger pieces which include three of his own colorful originals: "Rush Hour on 23rd Street," "Lament for M," and "Headin' Out, ...
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February 7, 1995 CD Fine in fine packaging. Originally released: 1994. 13 tracks, composed, arranged, and conducted by Gunther Schuller.

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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
This is one of the most exciting jazz releases of 1995. Joe Lovano is showcased on four songs backed by a string section, is accompanied by a stringless big band filled with woodwinds and brass during four other pieces, performs Ornette Coleman's "Kathline Gray" with a chamber group, takes two songs as duets with his wife Judi Silvano who contributes wordless vocals, plays his own "Wildcat" as an overdubbed feature for his tenor and drums, and does a straightforward version of "Chelsea Bridge" unaccompanied. Gunther Schuller's arrangements for the larger pieces which include three of his own colorful originals: "Rush Hour on 23rd Street," "Lament for M," and "Headin' Out, Movin' In" expertly blend together Gil Evans-type orchestrations with aspects of modern classical music and freer forms of jazz, while allowing the music to swing. Silvano's voice is also an asset on three of the orchestra performances, and trumpeter Jack Walrath briefly makes his presence felt. However, this very well-conceived release would not have succeeded were it not for the talent, versatility and risk-taking of Joe Lovano. His improvisations mostly on tenor push the boundaries of this already adventurous music and his sound which occasionally hints a little at Clifford Jordan is quite original; on the basis of this date alone, Lovano must rank as one of the top tenors of the 1990s.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/7/1995
  • Label: Blue Note Records
  • UPC: 724382926924
  • Catalog Number: 29269

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Joe Lovano Primary Artist, Bass Clarinet, Drums, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Mark Helias Bass
Jack Walrath Trumpet
George Schuller Drums
David Taylor Tuba, Bass Trombone
John Clark French Horn
Ed Schuller Bass
Gloria Agostini Harp
Ronald Carbone Viola
James Chirillo Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Electric Guitar
Charles Libove Violin
Paul Peabody Violin
John Pintavalle Violin
Michael Rabinowitz Bassoon, Bass Clarinet
Matthew Raimondi Violin
Charles Russo Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Gunther Schuller Conductor
Fred Sherry Cello
Joel Smirnoff Violin
Dennis Smylie Contrabass Clarinet
James Pugh Trombone
Mark Belair Percussion, Vibes
Robert Botti English Horn
Julie Landsman French Horn
Richard Oatts Flute, Tenor Saxophone
Judi Silvano Soprano, Soprano (Vocal)
Eric Wyrick Violin
Toby Appel Viola
Geoff Nutall Violin
Cynthia Phelps Viola
Technical Credits
Joe Lovano Arranger, Producer
Vernon Duke Composer
Greg Calbi Mastering
Howard Dietz Composer
James Farber Engineer
Gunther Schuller Arranger, Composer, Producer, Liner Notes
Darcy Cloutier-Fernald Art Direction
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