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Phil Woods Quartet - More Live album download

Performer:
Phil Woods Quartet
Album:
More Live
Style:
Bop,Hard Bop,Jazz Instrument,Saxophone Jazz
Released:
May 23, 1978 & May 26, 1979
Genre:
Duration:
45:05
Recording location:
Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX
MP3 archive size:
1368 mb
FLAC archive size:
1785 mb
Other formats:
AC3 MP3 WMA ASF AHX VOX
Rating:
4.4
Votes:
580

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Woods, Melillo, bassist Steve Gilmore and drummer Bill Goodwin had by 1979 become one of the top regularly working bop-based acoustic jazz groups around. The leader's enthusiastic alto and the tight rhythm section made for a mutually inspiring combination, and virtually all of Woods' records since first forming his combo in 1976 are well worth acquiring.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Milestones Miles Davis Phil Woods Quartet 10:42
2 Eiderdown Steve Swallow Phil Woods Quartet 13:10
3 Strollin' Horace Silver Phil Woods Quartet 11:04
4 See Hunt and Liddy Mike Melillo Phil Woods Quartet 10:29
  • The Phil Woods Quartet - 'More' LiveAlto saxophonist Phil Woods (1931-2015) was one of the most interesting musicians in Jazz who played with a fully formed imaginative style, gorgeous tone, speed of execution and fire that never failed to pleasantly please his fans throughout his lengthy career. “’More’ Live” (Adelphi Records, Inc. AD 5010) is a live session that The Phil Woods Quartet (Mike Melillo-acoustic piano; Steve Gilmore-acoustic bass; Bill Goodwin-drums) performed at the Armadillo World Headquarters in Austin, Texas during May, 1978 and 1979. The album opens with a dazzling rendition of Miles Davis’ ‘Milestones’. Woods is particularly impressive on the opening solo, supported only at first by Gilmore and Goodwin. Melillo enters last, rounding out the ensemble in the opening statement, coupling a brilliant and persuasive account of his own, before Gilmore enters to provide plenty of excitement on the solo which follows. Goodwin gets in the last word with some authoritative riffs in between Woods’ alto sax. “Eidertown” by Steve Swallow opens with a five-minute introduction and solo by Gilmore’s bass who plays with astonishing commitment as featured soloist to introduce the song. Woods’ statement that follows goes up a gear, delivering one of his most magisterial solos’ with considerable ingenuity and improvisational fire which carries each melodic line to a satisfying conclusion. Melillo’s mixture of lyricism and vigor on the final reading is equally rewarding to the listener, delivering an impeccable, energetic solo to close out the first side of “’More’ Live”. Horace Silver’s “Strollin’” opens Side Two with a subtle, emotional and impressive introduction by Melillo, followed by an adventurous reading by Woods that’s particularly enjoyable and one of the most beautiful I’ve ever heard. Gilmore’s acoustic bass also displays a serene assurance with attractive warmth throughout this Silver masterpiece. Mike Melillo’s “See Hunt and Liddy” is the finale on this delightful album, and opens with an unaccompanied poignant introduction by the pianist that segue’s into the quartet’s boppish frolic through the melody. A beautifully, well-constructed opening reading by Melillo cooks as he takes the listener along on an enjoyable ride through this uptempo gem. Gilmore takes the next bite out of this juicy jazz apple, delivering a thrilling presentation with light and spicy support by Melillo’s piano and Goodwin’s drums. Woods continues turning up the heat and brings out the fire on the closing solo until the quartet’s return to the theme and song’s close. From beginning to end, “’More’ Live” is an invitation to explore and enjoy an underrated, but remarkable album of great Jazz by The Phil Woods Quartet that can be found inexpensively and one you won’t regret adding to your collection!