Mike Reed's People, Places & Things - Clean On The Corner album flac
- Album: Clean On The Corner
- FLAC: 1225 mb | MP3: 1793 mb
- Released: 2012
- Style: Free Improvisation
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 944
- Format: AA MPC MMF APE MOD ASF VOC
|1||The Lady Has A Bomb|
|4||Where The Story Ends|
|6||House Of Three Smiles|
|7||The Ephemeral Words Of Ruth|
- Alto Saxophone – Greg Ward
- Bass – Jason Roebke
- Cornet – Josh Berman
- Drums – Mike Reed
- Piano – Craig Taborn
- Tenor Saxophone – Tim Haldeman
From the album "Mike Reed's People, Places & Things - Proliferation" released in 2008 by 482 MUSIC.
Reed's new arrangements and subtle rewrites of the set's classic repertoire pieces infuse these venerable 32-bar AABA standards with newfound vitality. The octet's lack of a chordal instrument aligns them with modernist innovations, exuding an almost Ornette Coleman-ish air on the aleatoric intros of "Song of a Star" and "Urnack.
As a drummer, promoter and composer Mike Reed is a standard bearer for Chicago's creative music scene. His club Constellation is a hot bed for improvisation and innovation that often defy narrow genre-isms. His unique musicianship, meanwhile, is on display on his many recordings particularly ones with his groups; People, Places and Things and Loose Assembly. The intriguing A New Kind of Dance is his tenth album as a leader and the sixth with People Places and Things
As a drummer, Mike Reed has been part of the vibrant Chicago jazz and improvised music community since 1997. Reed leads the widely acclaimed group People, Places & Things-a vehicle to explore the undersung repertoire from Chicago’s jazz, blues, and improvised music scene between 1954 and 1960. Featuring bassist Jason Roebke, tenor saxophonist Tim Haldeman, and alto saxophonist Greg Ward, Mike Reed’s People Places & Things has been recording, touring internationally, and wracking up critical acclaim since 2007.
The fourth album by Chicago drummer Mike Reed’s terrific People, Places & Things quartet departs the thematic framing of the first three, which celebrated postbop masters of the late ’50s, with a special focus on the Windy City.
The Complete On the Corner Sessions is a posthumous box set by American jazz musician Miles Davis, released in the US on September 25, 2007 by Columbia Records and in the UK on September 29 on Legacy Recordings. Like other Davis box sets, the included material is taken from a wider chronology of sessions than the dates which actually produced the titular album
His two-reed band makes a point of updating Midwestern stylistic turns, be they Sun Ra’s skronk-swing or Johnny Griffin’s hurtling hard bop. Reed’s an engine behind the traps, but the last time I caught PP&T, it was the saxophone trade-offs of Greg Ward and Tim Haldeman that dizzied the entire room. They made yesteryear sound a lot like the future. Sharing the bill is hard-hitting alto saxophonist Darius Jones’s trio.
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