Five decades on, though, the drummer seems more rightly classified as a shaman. This album presents reinterpretations of famous jazz standards featuring artists like Joe Lovano, Lee Konitz, Bill Frisell, Charlie Haden and his daughter Petra Haden on vocals: Motian creates an audio film about scenes in New York City for closed eyes. Paul Motian - The Drummer A masterfully subtle drummer and a superb colorist, Paul Motian is also an advanced improviser and a bandleader with a taste for challenging post-bop.
Album: Standards Plus One. Released: 2015. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. Previously on NewAlbumReleases
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Tracklist: 1. They Didn't Believe Me 04:23 2. How Deep Is the Ocean 06:50 3. You and the Night and the Music 05:36 4. You Took the Words Right Out of My Heart 07:59 5. Someone to Watch Over Me 09:22 6. Just One of Those Things 06:17 7. It Might as Well Be Spring 05:55. 8. It Should've Happened a Long Time Ago 08:47.
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Download Standards Plus One by Paul Motian in high-resolution audio at ProStudioMasters. This album compiles material from drummer Paul Motian's series of Broadway music recordings, considered an important milestone of unique reinterpretations of famous jazz standards.
Stefan Winter, who recorded with Paul Motian over 25 albums, selected for Standards plus One seven works, which have been of special significance for Motion in his life. The opening track is Jerome Kern's They Didn't Believe Me. Kern and Reynolds (lyrics) presented this song as an extension of their musical The Girl from Utah, which was premiered at the Knickerbocker Theatre in 1914. This was Kern's first big success. The music fitted in a perfect way to the prevalent fashion at the time when foxtrot turned into one of the most popular dances. In 1962 Paul Motian recorded this song for the first time for Bill Evans' album Moon Beams. Bill Evans formed (1958–1961) his trio with Paul Motian which was one of the most influential piano trios in the history of modern jazz. Later Paul Motian founded his own groups. Bill Frisell, Joe Lovano and also Charlie Haden became most important companions.
|1||They Didn't Believe Me||Paul Motian|
|2||How Deep is the Ocean||Paul Motian|
|3||You and the Night and the Music||Paul Motian|
|4||You Took the Words Right Out of My Heart||Paul Motian|
|5||Someone To Watch Over Me||Paul Motian|
|6||Just One of Those Things||Paul Motian|
|7||It Might As Well Be Spring||Paul Motian|
|8||It Should've Happened a Long Time Ago||Paul Motian|
Performer: Paul Motian
Title: Standards Plus One
Size MP3: 1729 mb
Size FLAC: 1215 mb
Rating: 4.1 / 5
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