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The Experimental Movement - Geri Allen, Dave Holland, Jack DeJohnette - The Life Of A Song (CD, Album)

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  1. Sep 10,  · The Life of a Song, an Album by Geri Allen, Dave Holland & Jack DeJohnette. Released 24 August on Telarc (catalog no. CD; CD). Genres: Jazz/5(1).
  2. Life of a Song is Geri Allen 's first recording under her own name in six long years. She teams with the rhythm section of bassist Dave Holland and drummer Jack DeJohnette, whom she worked with on the late Betty Carter 's stellar live date Feed the Fire in /
  3. The Life of a Song is an album by pianist Geri Allen recorded in and released on the Telarc label. The album reunited Allen with drummer Jack DeJohnette and bassist Dave Holland; they had previously performed together on vocalist Betty Carter’s live album, Feed the .
  4. Aug 24,  · Check out The Experimental Movement by Geri Allen & Dave Holland & Jack DeJohnette on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD.
  5. But Geri Allen's new release, The Life of a Song, demands to be heard more than once because there is such an overriding sense of joy in the making that it completely overshadows the other equally impressive aspects of the record. And that's not a bad thing. And with bassist Dave Holland and drummer Jack DeJohnette fleshing out this mainly.
  6. 'The Life of a Song', is the acclaimed pianist/composer Geri Allen's first new release in six years. An adventurous yet accessible trio date, the eleven tracks on Allen's Telarc debut feature her with one of the best rhythm sections in jazz, bassist Dave Holland and drummer Jack DeJohnette/5(8).
  7. After a six-year hiatus, Allen led a more serious trio with bassist Dave Holland and drummer Jack DeJohnette on The Life Of A Song (january ), although the material was still rather lightweight, with few notable exceptions (Mounts And Mountains, The Experimental Movement). Refractions, Flying Toward The Sound (december ) was a piano album.
  8. Like the Art Pepper collaborations with Davis rhythm sections of the middle s, Geri Allen's new release, The Life of a Song, should be subtitled Geri Allen Meets the Rhythm Section. The second thing is that this disc owes much to the liberation of the rhythm section that took place under Miles Davis during the lifetime of his second great quintet.

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