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Gil Evans - Gil Evans & Ten album download
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Gil Evans - Gil Evans & Ten album download

Performer:
Gil Evans
Album:
Gil Evans & Ten
Style:
Post-Bop,Cool,Modern Big Band,Progressive Jazz
Released:
September 6, 1957 - October 10, 1957
Genre:
Duration:
32:59
Recording location:
Hackensack, NJ
MP3 archive size:
1293 mb
FLAC archive size:
1549 mb
Other formats:
AAC AA AUD MMF WMA VOX
Rating:
4.3
Votes:
537

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Gil Evans & Ten (also released as Big Stuff and Gil Evans + Ten) is the first album by pianist, conductor, arranger and composer Gil Evans as a leader, released on the Prestige label in 1957. It features Evans' arrangements of five standards and one original composition performed by Evans, Steve Lacy, John Carisi, Jack Koven, Jimmy Cleveland, Bart Varsalona, Willie Ruff, Lee Konitz, Dave Kurtzer, Paul Chambers, Jo Jones, Louis Mucci and Nick Stabulas

Although arranger Gil Evans had been active in the major leagues of jazz ever since the mid-'40s and had participated in Miles Davis' famous Birth of the Cool recordings, Gil Evans & Ten was his first opportunity to record as a leader. The set features a typically unusual 11-piece unit consisting of two trumpets, trombonist Jimmy Cleveland, Bart Varsalona on bass trombone, French horn player Willie Ruff, Steve Lacy on soprano, altoist Lee Konitz, Dave Kurtzer on bassoon, bassist Paul Chambers, and either Nick Stabulas or Jo Jones on drums, plus the leader's sparse piano

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Ian Ernest Gilmore "Gil" Evans (né Green) (May 13, 1912 – March 20, 1988) was a jazz pianist, arranger, composer and bandleader (The Gil Evans Orchestra), active in the United States. He played an important role in the development of cool jazz, modal jazz, free jazz and jazz fusion, and collaborated extensively with Miles Davis. Gil Evans was born in Toronto, Canada, as Ian Ernest Gilmore Green and early took the family name Evans from his stepfather.

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Part of Analogue Productions’ series of 25 of the rarest and best sounding Prestige titles recorded by Rudy Van Gelder, this important reissue dates to 1957 and presents for the first time on vinyl in stereo Gil Evans’ debut as both the leader of his own recording session as well as the pianist. As Evans wrote in the liner notes, Orchestration is one of the elements of composition. You might say that it is the choice of sound units and their manipulation as part of expressing a musical idea.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Remember Irving Berlin Gil Evans 4:30
2 Ella Speed Lead Belly / John A. Lomax Gil Evans 5:45
3 Big Stuff Leonard Bernstein Gil Evans 4:57
4 Nobody's Heart Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers Gil Evans 4:31
5 Just One of Those Things Cole Porter Gil Evans 4:29
6 If You Could See Me Now Tadd Dameron / Carl Sigman Gil Evans 4:20
7 Jambangle Gil Evans Gil Evans 5:00
  • This is a good album but it’s crowded with musicians. The arrangements at time give the session musicians a chance to shine but at other times the music seems to blend into a big band off key sound. It’s definitely not a session to sit back and listen to...it requires a serious approach to the artists.