Marc Cohen, Gary Peacock, Jeff Hirshfield, John Abercrombie - My Foolish Heart album flac
|My Foolish Heart||5:38|
|So Long Ago||6:42|
|I Fall In Love Too Easily||6:55|
|When Will The Blues Leave||4:41|
|C28Y0356||Marc Cohen, Gary Peacock, Jeff Hirshfield, John Abercrombie||Marc Cohen, Gary Peacock, Jeff Hirshfield, John Abercrombie - My Foolish Heart (LP, Album)||Jazz City||C28Y0356||Japan||1988|
|660 53 014||Marc Cohen||My Foolish Heart (CD, Album)||Jazz City||660 53 014||Germany||1988|
MY FOOLISH HEART 寺久保エレナ. Autumn Leaves by Larry Coryell,Larry Carlton.
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Friends is one of the earliest marriages of jazz with a rock sensibility -"electronic jazz" some writers called it- eventually and unfortunately known as Fusion. Listen to the entire album.
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Marc Cohen, Gary Peacock, Jeff Hirshfield, John Abercrombie - My Foolish Heart (LP, Album).
1988 (age 40). Marc Cohen - My Foolish Heart (JazzCity (J) D28Y-0206). Marc Cohen, piano; John Abercrombie, guitar; Gary Peacock, bass; Jeff Hirshfield, drums. The Studio, NYC, June, 1988. Marc Copland - All Blues At Night (JazzCity (J) PCCY-00244). Tim Hagans, trumpet, flugelhorn; Marc Copland, piano; Gary Peacock, bass; Bill Stewart, drums. The Studio, NYC, September, 1990.
Gary Peacock (born May 12, 1935, in Burley, Idaho, United States) is an American jazz double-bassist. After military service in Germany, in the early sixties, he worked on the west coast with Barney Kessel, Bud Shank, Paul Bley and Art Pepper, then moved to New York. He worked there with Bley, the Bill Evans Trio (with Paul Motian), and Albert Ayler's trio with Sunny Murray. There were also some live dates with Miles Davis, as a temporary substitute for Ron Carter.
Bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette, acknowledged masters in their own right, obviously know Jarrett and each other extremely well. Any given performance can vary, but this one does seem to find this rhythm section in top form. DeJohnette's famous energy is controlled but white hot while Peacock, whose solos are short but meaningful, adds a delightful bounce and verve. The trio is playing as one and this is the joy of the performance.
An excellent trio outing with Abercrombie, inventive bassist Marc Johnson, and careening drummer Peter Erskine. The trio sometimes unite for piercing interpretations as on "Stella By Starlight," and other times collide and interact on furious rhythm dialogues and extended improvisations.
My Foolish Heart/Jazz City, 1988 (John Abercrombie, Gary Peacock, Jeff Hirshfield). All Blues At Night/Jazz City, 1992 (Tim Hagans, Peacock, Bill Stewart). Songs Without End/Jazz City Spirit, 1994 (duets with Ralph Towner). Copland apparently liked the sound at "The Studio" because he recorded several albums there in the following years. The album featured almost all Copland originals. Three years later, Swiss producer Werner Uehlinger followed suit. The two albums helped further establish Copland's unique approach to music: Poetic Motion/Sketch, 2001 (Solo piano).
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