모. "The world premiere recordings of Pepper Adams ballads paired with lyrics. Recorded by John Larson and Vijay Tellis-Nayak at Transient Sound, Chicago - May 24-25, 2011. Additional vocals recorded by Katherine Miller at Annandale Recording, North Plainfield, NJ, July 14, 2011.
Park Frederick "Pepper" Adams III (October 8, 1930 – September 10, 1986) was an American jazz baritone saxophonist and composer. He composed 42 pieces, was the leader on eighteen albums spanning 28 years, and participated in 600 sessions as a sideman. He worked with an array of musicians, and had especially fruitful collaborations with trumpeter Donald Byrd and as a member of the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Big Band.
The fifth album-Alexis Cole sings the music of Adams. Poet/lyricist Barry Wallenstein wrote words to a range of Adams’ originals with the help of pianist Adam Birnbaum and vocalist Cole. The musicians backing Cole are Pat LaBarbera and Eric Alexander on tenor saxes, Jeremy Kahn on piano, Dennis Carroll on bass and George Fludas on drums. So how are the tracks without a baritone saxophone in the lineup? Gorgeous. 1, 2 and 4 separately here, here and here. I Carry Your Heart: Alexis Cole Sings Pepper Adams (Vol. 5) can be found here. For the Joy Road sampler, featuring selections from all five albums, go here. JazzWax note: Groups and artists who participated in the Joy Road Pepper Adams Project will be touring.
Sings Pepper Adams 05. Julian. mp3 02. I Carry Your Heart. mp3 07. Lovers Of Their Time. 06. Civilization And Its Discontents. 03. Now In Our Lives. 08. Reprise - I Carry Your Heart (Duo Version).
The title track, where Alexis Cole is backed by One For All, is worth the price of the album alone. This brilliant group, inspired by Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers of the 1960’s, is named after the drummer’s final Blue Note recording in 1990 at the age of 71. Under the nominal leadership of pianist David Hazeltine since 1979, it sizzles through the Cole Porter standard spotlighting the talents of the leader, trombonist Steve Davis, tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander, bassist John Webber and drummer Joe Farnsworth and an inspired Cole more than matches them. I Carry Your Heart - Music of Pepper Adams. I Carry Your Heart - Alexis Cole Sings Pepper Adams.
Wonderful write-up of Alexis Cole's I Carry Your Heart, volume 5 of Joy Road: The Complete Works of Pepper Adams, in JazzTimes! Civilization and Its Discontents is reimagined as a slow Latin burner, the Cannonball Adderley tribute Julian as a scintillating, 10-minute cooker that finds Cole in an Anita O’Day groove, and Lovers of Their Time as a dreamy waltz. Jazz Albums: I Carry Your HeartAlexis Cole - By Christopher Loudon - Jazz Articles
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Eric Whitacre - Hal Leonard Corporation. This gorgeous a cappella setting of the . Cummings poem is a gem for mixed choirs. Sweeping legato lines with extended cluster cadences and modern harmonies create the lush soundscape for which Whitacre is well known. Sliding voice leading creates movement on the text that grows towards the final statement "i carry your heart, i carry it in my heart.
|1||In Love With Night||7:46|
|2||I Carry Your Heart||8:30|
|3||Now In Our Lives||5:52|
|6||Civilization And Its Discontents||7:41|
|7||Lovers Of Their Time||8:07|
|8||Reprise: I Carry Your Heart||3:38|