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Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble - Seasoning the Greens album download

Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble
Seasoning the Greens
Structured Improvisation,Modern Creative,World Fusion,Experimental Big Band
March 31, 2001
Recording location:
Flynn Center For The Performing Arts, Burlington, VT
MP3 archive size:
1586 mb
FLAC archive size:
1394 mb
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Bill Cole's music is a treasure for all the world to hear, beautiful art inspired by and borrowed from all cultures and delivered back with love. Seasoning the Greens (both the piece and the album) may be the reedman's most heartwarming and downright irresistible work yet. The hourlong suite has a free-form prologue, followed by Warren Smith's "The Triple Towers of Kyongbokkang," best described as a world-jazz tune. Four sections based on different rhythms follow: two from South India, one from Ghana, and another from Colombia

His Untempered Ensemble is aptly named, given their gift for producing those notes that fall in the cracks between the piano keys. Comprised of some of New York's finest avant jazzers, they pull off the difficult task of showing respect for global traditions while simultaneously shoving two fingers up at any notions of cultural segregation or imperialism. Seasoning the Greens has evolved since its inception in 1994from an improvised piece to a suite that globetrots its way through rhythmic figures from Korea to Colombia via Ghana and South India

Seasoning The Greens - Студийный альбом от Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble. Вышел 20 ноября 2002г. В альбом вошло 9 треков. Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble. Man Sees a Snake, a Woman Kills It, No Matter So Long as It Is Dead. :- 9. ru All rights reserved. Пользовательское соглашение.

Artist: Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble. Album: Seasoning The Greens. But the nonwestern elements – the exotic instruments, the ceremonial rhythms after which many of the tracks are named – aren’t just window dressing.

Seasoning The Greens," recorded live in 2001 in Burlington, VT, has been heralded as a great feat in the fusion of world music and free jazz. Featuring Bill Cole (sona, hojok, piri, nagaswarm, shenai, Tibetan trumpet, digeridoo and Ghanaian flute), Cooper-Moore (percussion, self-made instruments), Warren Smith (percussion, glockenspiel), Joe Daley (euphonium, tuba), William Parker (acoustic bass), Sam Furnace (tenor sax), and Atticus Cole (percussion), it is a free-jazz world tour worth taking.

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Seasoning the Greens by Dan McClenaghan. Live in Greenfield, Massachusets November 20, 1999 by Michael A. Parker. 11/20/99 by Micah Holmquist. Seasoning the Greens. Boxholder Records 2002. Help improve the Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble page. All About Jazz musician pages are maintained by musicians, publicists and trusted members like you. Interested? Tell us why you would like to improve the Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble musician page.

Listen to music from Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble like Excerpt From Seasoning The Greens, Grounded & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble. The first members of the group were Bill Cole, Warren Smith and Joe Daley. Later in the 1990's bassist William Parker and t Cooper-Moore joined the group. Soon after that the reed player Sam Furnace was asked to join and then at the end of the 1990's Cole's son Atticus became a member of the group, playing hand drums.

Bill Cole plays Asian reed instruments with a fierce attack, exotic phrasing, beautifully bent and curved tones, and surprisingly full, rich tone; sometimes it’s almost a clarinet sound, other times it’s a tone that a classical oboist would sell his soul for. Cooper-Moore plays homemade instruments, including flute, percussion, and on his solo piece, Free Rhythm, a lutelike harp. The majority of the improvising on Seasoning the Greens is static and unimaginative, apart from the unique sound combinations and Smith’s rhythms.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Introduction by Bill Cole Bill Cole Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble 0:42
2 Grounded Bill Cole Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble 4:17
3 The Triple Towers of Kyongbokkang Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble 7:53
4 South Indian Festival Rhythm Bill Cole Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble 7:04
5 Ghanaian Funeral Rhythm Bill Cole Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble 6:20
6 South Indian Marriage Rhythm Bill Cole Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble 6:20
7 Colombian Rhythm Bill Cole Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble 4:44
8 Free Rhythm Bill Cole Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble 6:30
9 A Man Sees a Snake, a Woman Kills It, No Matter So Long as It Is Dead Bill Cole Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble 12:21