Albums Featuring Instrument or Role - Cello
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StringsSalim Washington (Primary), Alva Anderson (Saxophone), Charlie Burnham (Viola), Henry Cook (Flute), Akua Dixon (Cello), Melanie Dyer (Viola), Rosi Hertlein (Violin), Clarissa Howell (Cello), Hakim Jami (Bass), Howard Johnson (Clarinet), Mark Johnson (Drums), Jaribu Shahid (Bass)Here is an ambitious effort by all concerned, a unique gathering and scoring of some very heartfelt music. The result is uplifting spirit music to both dance to and ponder. This is a celebratory event and will appeal to a broad range of Jazz and "non-Jazz" ... Shadow Intersections WestPaul Murphy (Primary), Marco Eneidi (Alto Saxophone), Kash Killion (Cello), Paul Murphey (Drums)After 30 years it seems as though listeners are catching up to Paul Murphy, '70s avant-gardist/2000's musical artist. This is Paul's second Cadence date with Kash Killion (CJR 1147), without question one of the most electrifying Jazz/improvising cellists on the scene. Joining Paul & Kash is Paul's old associate, Marco Eneidi. Pithy, plucky, and rhythmic, this is improvisation of a close knit for careful listening. EnarrePaul Murphy (Drums), Joel Futterman (Piano), Kash Killion (Cello)After too many years of relative obscurity, Paul Murphy is beginning to re-emerge as a profound voice in new music. Here he unites with Joel Futterman and Kash Killion for riveting interplay over 5 tracks. This is the beginning of an association between Paul Murphy's uncompromised music and Cadence/CIMP Records with more extraordinary developments to come. Music from a Passionate TimeJoel Press (Soprano Saxophone), Gwendolyn Watson (Cello)Joel Press' music for "A Passionate Time" are historical recordings of collaborations with cellist Gwendolyn Watson and multi-reedist Joel Press. Utilizing multi-tracking and electronics, the music was meant as a complement to choreographers and filmmakers and reflects, as Mr. Press writes in his incisive liners, "a period dominated by the aesthetic innovations of that most passionate of times: the 1960s."
Originally presented by John Hammond to Columbia Records, they were unconvinced of its sales potential and confused by its non-specific genre category. We were not confused; we know its sales potential and its value as evocative music.
48 MotivesGeoff Brady (Percussion), Marilyn Grispell (Piano), Vincent Davis (Percussion), Stephen Dembski (Conductor), Scott Fields (Guitar), Joseph Jarman (Alto Saxophone), John Padden (Double Bass), Hans Sturm (Double Bass), Matt Turner (Cello)Scott Fields works in highly disciplined forms. Here it’s a modern day bolero. When we first heard this we were puzzled, but, by the end, pulled in and subdued by its subtle combinations of repetition and improvisation.