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Avishai Cohen - Cross My Palm With Silver
Avishai Cohen
Cross My Palm With Silver
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (ECM)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Trumpeter Avishai Cohen leads a quartet consisting of pianist Yonathan Avishai, bassist Barak Mori, and drummer Nasheet Waits. A year after his impressionistic, critically-lauded ECM debut Into The Silence, trumpeter Avishai Cohen's Cross My Palm With Silver introduces a program of new pieces which put the focus on the ensemble, on teamwork, with a quartet of the highest caliber. The adroit, almost telepathic interplay among the musicians allows Avishai Cohen to soar, making it clear why he is one of the most talked-about jazz musicians on the contemporary scene. "All of these people together are my dream team", says the charismatic trumpeter of fellow players Yonathan Avishai, Barak Mori and Nasheet Waits, who share his sense for daring improvisation and his feeling for structure. "I feel we're in a perfect place with the balance. It's open and there's so much room for the improvisation to take the music any place we can. At the same time the composition is very specific and the vibe is very direct and thought about." As with Into The Silence, Cross My Palm With Silver was produced by Manfred Eicher at Studios La Buissonne in the south of France.180g Vinyl LP comes with download code.Musicians:Avishai Cohen, trumpetYonathan Avishai, pianoBarak Mori, double bassNasheet Waits, drums
Avishai Cohen - Into The Silence
Abdullah Ibrahim - African Piano
Gary Burton & Chick Corea - Crystal Silence
Gary Burton & Chick Corea
Crystal Silence
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (ECM)
21,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
The Corea/Burton duo was brought together by producer Manfred Eicher, and “Crystal Silence” brought a new chamber music sensibility into jazz improvisation, distinguished by an effervescence of melody and countermelody, with synchronized cascades of sound in continually changing harmonic movement. It all begins here, with “Crystal Silence”. The title says it all: silence crystallized into dazzling melodic gems, each its own prismatic doorway into improvisatory translucence. Corea offers a fine set of five compositions (the most notable being the slick opener "Señor Mouse"), along with three beautifully realized tunes by bassist Steve Swallow ("Arise, Her Eyes" being a personal favorite), and another by Mike Gibbs (the somber "Feelings And Things"). In spite of the variety of voices represented here, the album grows like one long, extended story, a dynamic that seems to shadow the musicians wherever they set foot. The title track is a subdued tour de force in style, presentation, and content. "Falling Grace" (Swallow) is one of the shorter pieces on tap, but what it lacks in time it makes up for in exhilaration. The album ends with an instrumental version of another Return classic, "What Game Shall We Play Today." Each piece is rendered with such dynamic sensitivity that one can immediately recognize the effect Crystal Silence must have had when originally released, and no doubt continues to have to this day. Connected as they are by the same mellow fuse, these tunes need hardly a spark to set them to glowing.
Jan Garbarek - Places
Jan Garbarek
Places
LP | 1978 | EU | Reissue (ECM)
21,99 €*
Release:1978 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
“Places” is an important album for the Norwegian saxophonist with its stellar transatlantic line-up. “Places” brings together another congregation of musicians that could only come from ECM. Drummer Jack DeJohnette lassoes his scurrying loops to the acoustic hooks of guitarist Bill Connors, while John Taylor supplements most of the cargo with organ. At the helm of this vessel is Jan Garbarek, whose saxophonism starts high and goes only higher. With cumulative notecraft and a heartfelt commitment to atmosphere, he and Taylor unwrap a lush nexus in the stunning opener. The occasional harmonic falls like a dandelion seed onto this pool of night as cymbals splash all around us. Taylor weaves a fine spread, anchoring us with sustained bass lines and attentive chording, leaving Garbarek to seal every crack with his sonic caulk. Connors seeks to light his surroundings, striking at the flint with his percussive gesticulations in hopes that one spark might show the way. Garbarek sharpens himself with arid flavor and carves out a miniature oasis in the crumbling image of exotic desire. The organ weaves in and out like a halo circumscribing us with subtle urgency until it pulls us beyond the point of no return, where dwells only silence in these “Reflections.” We then find the organ “Entering” into an electric guitar embrace. Bass and drums give us footholds where we might not expect to find them. Thus, what began as an elegy turns into a far-reaching journey that is over too soon. But in the next track we’re still “Going Places,” spurred by DeJohnette’s steady pulse and Garbarek’s hidden thermals. The energy comes in waves, subsiding here for a guitar solo and swelling there at Garbarek’s call. “Passing” ends where the album began, in a fluid ostinato of organ over which Connors looses his wavering song. Garbarek draws an ascendant pattern between those quiet strings, lifting us to an arena in which age curls into a semblance of time.
Ralph Towner - Solstice
Ralph Towner
Solstice
LP | 1975 | EU | Reissue (ECM)
21,99 €*
Release:1975 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Featuring a lineup of musicians who would go on to weave ECM’s significance into the fabric of time, Solstice is a tour de force of musicianship, writing, arrangement, and recording.Each track is brimming with life and features the sensitive application of a variety of instrumental combinations and studio savvy. “Oceanus” showcases Garbarek in his prime, soaring with an unbridled emotional register. As always, Towner’s 12-string speaks in 360 degrees. Superb drumming from Christensen complements lush melodic lines from Weber, who stretches a melodic cello into infinity while his bass arises like the conical aftereffect of a water droplet. “Visitation” clouds this ardor in a nocturnal vision filled with laughing spirits. “Drifting Petals” is a slow progression, a timid look out onto a dusty plain where the promise of freedom looms larger than the possibility of danger. But then an elder’s advice rings in our ears and pushes us onward. Feet move of their volition and pull us into the ever-receding horizon as the first drops of a squall streak across our foreheads. Towner proves again that his piano musings are not to be taken lightly, as they make for one of the most evocative tracks on the album. A transcendental 12-string solo (with gentle dimensional support from Weber) opens “Nimbus,” soon blossoming into a flourish of flutes, drums, and a bowed bass that cries with the grating fluidity of a sarangi. Garbarek’s sax joins in the fray and lets loose its harmonious fire. The deftly overdubbed flutes return, spreading their wings for a few moments before fluttering off into the distance. “Winter Solstice,” “Piscean Dance,” and “Red and Black” comprise a triptych of duets: the first for classical guitar and sax, the second a prime jam for 12-string and drums, and the third for 12-string and bass. “Sand” ends our cosmic journey with one of Garbarek’s deepest meditations for sax set to the strangely compelling ululations of Christensen’s flexatone lolling about in the background.Melodically robust while structurally yielding, this is an album to be treasured and is a must-listen for anyone desiring to know what ECM is all about. An astounding meeting of musical minds if there ever was one.
De Johnette, Coltrane & Garrison - In Movement
De Johnette, Coltrane & Garrison
In Movement
2LP | 2016 | EU | Original (ECM)
29,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Ein großes Stück Geschichte ist in dem neuen Trio von Jack DeJohnette konzentriert. Vor fünfzig Jahren spielte Jack DeJohnette als Gast des John Coltrane Ensembles mit den Vätern von Ravi Coltrane und Matthew Garrison, und auch das Programm von „In Movement“ wird mit Coltranes erschütternder, unverändert relevanter Elegie „Alabama“ eröffnet.
Nik Bärtsch's Mobile - Continuum
Nik Bärtsch's Mobile
Continuum
2LP | 2016 | EU | Original (ECM)
28,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
This swiss jazz combo is back with a new album.
Nik Bärtsch's Ronin - Llyria
Bill Frisell & Thomas Morgan - Small Town
Bill Frisell & Thomas Morgan
Small Town
2LP | 2017 | EU | Original (ECM)
27,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Small Town presents guitarist Bill Frisell and bassist Thomas Morgan in a program of duets, the poetic chemistry and stripped-down intensity of their playing captured live at New York’s hallowed Village Vanguard. The album includes a tribute to Paul Motian in the form of a searching interpretation of one of the late drummer’s pieces, an homage to jazz elder Lee Konitz, several country/blues-accented Frisell originals, and an inimitable treatment of the famous James Bond theme “Goldfinger.”
Chris Potter - The Dreamer Is The Dream
Chris Potter
The Dreamer Is The Dream
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (ECM)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
For his third ECM release as a leader, Chris Potter presents a new acoustic quartet that naturally blends melodic rhapsody with rhythmic muscle. The group includes superlative musicians well known to followers of ECM s many recordings from New York over the past decade: keyboardist David Virelles, bassist Joe Martin and drummer Marcus Gilmore, who each shine in addition to the leader on multiple horns. “The Dreamer Is the Dream” features Potter on tenor saxophone the instrument that has made him one of the most admired players of his generation in the striking opener Heart in Hand and such album highlights as Yasodhara, as well as on soprano sax (“Memory and Desire”) and bass clarinet (the title track). Potter is an artist who employs his considerable technique in service of music rather than spectacle, says The New Yorker, and his composing develops in texture and atmosphere with every album. Along with his previous ECM releases, “Imaginary Cities” and “The Sirens”, he has appeared on some of the label's most acclaimed discs, including Paul Motian's classic “Lost in a Dream” and Dave Holland's Grammy Award-winning “What Goes Around”.
Circle - Paris Concert
Circle
Paris Concert
2LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (ECM)
28,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Circle was a band on fire with creativity. Corea and Holland had just left Miles Davis' band, keen to explore all parameters of new music in an improvised context. Braxton, equally inspired by Stockhausen and Coltrane, brought in new directions from the AACM. Altschul's resume included extensive work with Paul Bley. Together they were, for a while, matchless.The short-lived Chick Corea outfit outdoes itself in this 1971 live recording. A delicate piano intro primes us for an extended rendition of Wayne Shorter’s “Nefertitti” to start. Once Braxton throws himself on top of incoming bass and drums, however, what began as contemplative awakening quickly turns into a spastic jaunt into more upbeat territory. The gnarled unity of the quartet paints in bold strokes, all the while flirting with total breakdown. Braxton’s perpetual motion and uncompromising tone make a superb tune out of a great one. “Song For The Newborn” gives Holland a moment in the spotlight. Swaddled in all the innocence of its title and bound by a mature sense of structure, this is an engaging interlude to the Braxton/Corea duet that follows. Corea’s frenetic style in the latter works its way through a host of rhythmic options before settling into a row of block chords. Braxton’s heady phrasing tears a page from the book of Coltrane, while his solitary diversions crackle with the urgency of a broken mirror, as yet unframed by the bastion of mundanity. Altschul delights in “Lookout Farm,” in which he dives headfirst into his percussive arsenal. The tinkling of icicles and cowbells in an open field give way to an extended solo, thus providing ample segue into “73 degrees Kelvin,” a beautifully convoluted organism that could only come from the mind of Braxton. Below its cacophonous surface pulsates a vast network of instrumental veins, through which flows the passionate immediacy that is Circle’s lifeblood, and from which Holland’s rapture sings with detail and imagination. “Toy Room ­ Q&A” (Holland) boasts Corea in notably fine form, leaving plenty of elbowroom for Braxton to flex his reeds. The freer aesthetic crashes in on itself by the end, leaving us craving a familiar foothold. This, we get in the standard “No Greater Love,” capping things off with notable turns from all.Corea busts out with some of his most captivating fingerwork, proving himself finely attuned to the mechanisms of his caravan at every rest stop along the way; Braxton’s “Pharaonic” sound titillates the ear; and one could hardly ask for a tighter rhythm section at one’s side. As a collective unit, Circle doesn’t so much make music out of as inhabit its raw melodic materials. This recording is a lasting testament to a vibrant formative period for ECM. The audience’s enthusiastic reactions give the listener the feeling of being present in the making of history.
Dave Holland Quartet - Conference Of The Birds
Dave Holland Quartet
Conference Of The Birds
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (ECM)
21,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
This was Dave Holland's first album as a full-fledged leader. An album of driving, progressive jazz, it is also of historical significance as the only occasion when Rivers and Braxton, two of the music's most strikingly original saxophonists, recorded together. This summit meeting received raves from the press.
Keith Jarrett - The Survivors' Suite
Keith Jarrett
The Survivors' Suite
LP | 1977 | EU | Reissue (ECM)
21,99 €*
Release:1977 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
The 1977 released album is considered to be the crowning achievement of Jarrett's American Quartet consisting of himself, Dewey Redman, Charlie Haden and Paul Motian."A brilliantly organized and full-blooded work... a very complete record. It creates its own universe and explores it thoroughly, leaving the listener awed and satisfied... An unashamedly ardent album." - Melody Maker"The labyrnthine composition seems to redefine 'intensity' each time it turns a corner. The drive toward the climax of Side Two is among the most moving in modern music." - The Wire
Dominic Miller - Silent Light
Dominic Miller
Silent Light
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (ECM)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
“Silent Light ” is the new album by guitarist Dominic Miller. Dominic Miller (born 1960) is an Argentinian guitarist best known for his involvement in Sting's projects for over 20 years. Together they wrote "Shape of My Heart," which would be sampled by various artists, including in hit songs for Craig David and the Sugababes. He has released several solo albums.
Colin Vallon Trio - Danse
Colin Vallon Trio
Danse
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (ECM)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Colin Vallon, born 17 November 1980 inLausanne, is aSwissjazz pianist. He founded the Colin Vallon trio in 1999, consisting of Colin Vallon (piano), Patrice Moret (bass) and Julian Sartorius (drums). The album “Danse“, marks their fifth album release.
John Abercrombie Quartet - Up And Coming
John Abercrombie Quartet
Up And Coming
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (ECM)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
John Laird Abercrombie is an American jazz guitarist, composer and bandleader. His work often explores jazz fusion, post bop, free jazz and avant-garde jazz. Abercrombie studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. He recorded his debut album, “Timeless” with Manfred Eicher's ECM label, and has recorded principally with this label since. Abercrombie has played with Billy Cobham, Ralph Towner, Jack DeJohnette, Charles Lloyd, Michael Brecker and Randy Brecker, to name a few. Now, the John Abercrombie Quartet releases its new album “Up And Coming”.
David Virelles - Antenna
David Virelles
Antenna
10" | 2016 | EU | Original (ECM)
21,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
David Virelles (born 1983) is a Cuban jazz pianist and composer. With “Antenna“, he releases his fourth album.
Bley, Sheppard & Swallow - Andando El Tiempo
Bley, Sheppard & Swallow
Andando El Tiempo
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (ECM)
20,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Andando el Tiempo präsentiert neue Musik von großer emotionaler Bandbreite aus der Feder Carla Bleys, die hier einmal mehr ihre Originalität und ihren Einfallsreichtum als Jazzkomponistin unterstreicht.
Gustavsen / Tander / Vespestad - What Was Said
Chris Potter Underground Orchestra - Imaginary Cities
Chris Potter Underground Orchestra
Imaginary Cities
2LP | 2015 | EU | Original (ECM)
32,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
A fascinating album by American sax player Chris Potter and his Underground Orchestra.
Vijay Iyer Trio - Break Stuff
Vijay Iyer Trio
Break Stuff
2LP | 2015 | EU | Original (ECM)
31,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
A break orientated album, with influences from -and references to- Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane and African music. The trio, apart from pianist Iyer, includes double bass player Stephan Crump and Marcus Gilmore on drums.
Bro / Morgan / Christensen - Gefion
Vijay Iyer Trio - Break Stuff
Sam Rivers - Contrasts
Gary Burton - Seven Songs For Quartet And Chamber
Keith Jarrett, Jan Garbarek, Palle Danielsson & Jon Christensen - My Song
Arve Henriksen - Cartography
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