Klactoveesedstene - Paul Bley - Paul Bley At The Hilcrest Club (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. by Thom Jurek Recorded in , this disc gorgeously assembles two of the most lyric "voices" on one CD, Canadian pianist Paul Bley and Italian chanteuse Tiziana Ghiglioni, performing solo and duet in a series of originals and standards.
  2. Improvisie, an Album by Paul Bley. Released in on America (catalog no. 30 AM ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Free Jazz, Free Improvisation. Featured peformers: Paul Bley (synthesizer), Annette Peacock (vocals, electric piano, piano, synthesizer, composer), Han Bennink (percussion), Philippe Gras (photography), Horace (photography), Laurent Goddet (liner notes).
  3. Paul Bley, Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, Billy Higgins: Paul Bley, Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, Billy Higgins - Live At The Hilcrest Club ‎ (LP, Album) Inner City Records: IC , IC US: Sell This Version.
  4. Live at the Hillcrest Club , an Album by Paul Bley. Released in on Inner City (catalog no. IC; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Bop.
  5. (Bley actually married Annette Peacock after she divorced Gary Peacock.) They first recorded together in , for the ECM album Paul Bley with Gary Peacock. Bley would often play with either Peacock or Motion over many years, but the three would not reunite for a recording until ’s Not Two, Not One. Bley enthused, “The three of us.
  6. Often listed under pianist Paul Bley's name, this is an early listen to the music of Ornette Coleman and Don Cherry, with Charlie Haden and Billy Higgins - the original Coleman quartet. 2 LP's worth of music, apparently the complete recorded output of the Hillcrest engagement. Clearly an important document/5(11).
  7. Hyman Paul Bley, CM (November 10, – January 3, ) was a Canadian pianist known for his contributions to the free jazz movement of the s as well as his innovations and influence on trio playing and his early live performance on the Moog and Arp audio synthesizers. Bley was a long-time resident of the United States. His music has been described by Ben Ratliff of the New York Times.
  8. Paul Bley is a completely unique pianist, quirky and original and cantankerous. This is one of his iconic records from the 's and should be in everybody's Paul Bley collection. Not as bombastic as Keith Jarrett more a spin off from Bill Evans but his own individual voice. If you like original jazz solo piano then this is for you. Recommended/5(31).

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