Although he worked with Nina Simone and Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers , Pullen became famous as the pianist with Charles Mingus' last great group His last project found the always searching pianist seeking to fuse jazz with traditional Native American music.
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Although his life was too short, Don Pullen fortunately did make a fair amount of recordings as a leader, including for Sackville , Horo, Black Saint, Atlantic his funky "Big Alice" became a near-standard , and Blue Note. Autumn Song LP Version. Poodie Pie LP Version. About Don Pullen Don Pullen developed a surprisingly accessible way of performing avant-garde jazz.
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A cool 70s album from the Modern Jazz Quartet — and one that has John Lewis playing a bit of electric piano, in addition to his usual acoustic keys! At some level, it almost feels like the group's working off the lessons learned during their Apple Records years — and are also picking Ray Bryant Alone At Montreux. Solo Ray Bryant — recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival in , and featuring versions of a number of his classics, plus a few other odd numbers. Ray's no stranger to the solo piano format — having first recorded this way in the early 60s — and his work in the style is One of the mellowest and most laidback records ever from pianist Don Shirley — and that's saying a lot, given the quietude of his other records!
The lineup here is an unusual one — with Shirley on both piano and organ, accompanied by two cellos and one bass — all flowing in Modern Jazz Quartet Comedy. A great early 60s set from Modern Jazz Quartet!
This one marked the then growing sophistication in the sound of the Modern Jazz Quartet — a concept album based on themes and characters from the Italian tradition of commedia dell'arte. The music is served up in gentle sound poems that have a David Newman House Of David. One of David Newman's grooviest albums of the 60s — a stripped-down set that features a quartet with Hammond and guitar — all in a vibe that's a bit more relaxed than some of Newman's other sessions for Atlantic!
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