Results for "Ear Up Records"
By Helen Gillet
Label: Ear Up Records
Track listing: 01) The Sun Never Says (Composed by Jeff Coffin/Melody based on a text by Hafiz) - 2:04 Jeff Coffin / soprano sax Helen Gillet / cello 02) Lazy Drag Jig (Composed by Jeff Coffin) - 4:56 Jeff Coffin / soprano sax, tenor sax, bass clarinet Helen Gillet / cello Roy ‘Futureman’ Wooten / cajon 03) Round And Around (Composed by Jeff Coffin) - 3:36 Jeff Coffin / D whistle, curved soprano sax, voice Helen Gillet / cello 04) Unzen (Composed by Helen Gillet) - 5:50 Jeff Coffin / tenor sax Helen Gillet / cello 05) Sometimes Springtime (Composed by Jeff CoffinLyrics by Helen Gillet) - 5:42 Jeff Coffin / soprano sax, bass clarinet Helen Gillet / cello, cello looping, voice 06) Lampsi (Composed by Jeff Coffin) - 5:26 Jeff Coffin / soprano sax, percussion Helen Gillet / cello, cello looping & pizzicato Roy ‘Futureman’ Wooten / cajon 07) Second Wings (Composed by Jeff Coffin) [for Ryoko] - 5:40 Jeff Coffin / clarinet Helen Gillet / cello 08) The Sandman (Composed by Jeff Coffin) - 6:55 Jeff Coffin / bass flute, alto flute, bass clarinet, didgibone, percussion Helen Gillet / cello, percussion, cello looping, cello slap 09) Should I Stand (Composed by Jeff Coffin) - 5:05 Jeff Coffin / tenor sax Helen Gillet / cello 10) Do You Still (Composed by Ernst Reijseger) - 7:03 Jeff Coffin / bass flute, tenor sax, clarinet, bass clarinet Helen Gillet / cello, cello looping
by Robin B James
Rhyming dragons and synergetic saxophilia, in seven tracks. Two monsters of the single reed doing the sway. Oh, wait, what about the rhythm section? They brought their own! This duo has the intuitive chemistry that comes only from epochs of experience playing together. Jeff Coffin on tenor saxophone, bass flute, bass clarinet, and clarinet; one finishes ...
by Doug Collette
Jazz Journal is a regular column consisting of pithy takes on recent jazz releases of note as well as spotlights on those titles in the genre that might otherwise go unnoticed under the cultural radar. Michael Blicher, Dan Hemmer, Steve Gadd Get That Motor Runnin' Proper Music 2019
by Mike Jurkovic
Saxophonist/flautist and 2011 NEA Jazz Master David Liebman knows of what he speaks when he speaks of Miles Davis. He was part of the pack stirring the rock/jazz/electronic/funk fusion cauldron, first working with Elvin Jones and then running with Davis in the studio--first appearing on the original On The Corner, (Columbia, 1972)--and on tour from 1972 ...
by Geno Thackara
The idea is easy to dismiss at first glance. This is roughly the 127th Miles Davis homage to come along since tribute recordings became a widespread thing. It took a long time for the original On the Corner (Columbia, 1972) to gain acceptance with its thick relentless jungle-funk and lack of conventional melody, but it gradually ...
by Victor L. Schermer
When the Miles Davis album On the Corner (Columbia, 1972) was released, Davis had already begun to engage in electronic instrumentation and jazz fusion with soon to be revered recordings: In A Silent Way (Columbia, 1969), Bitch's Brew (Columbia, 1970) and Jack Johnson (Columbia, 1971). On the Corner, however, was so experimental and funky that it ...
by Anya Wassenberg
In Orbit--the group, the song and the album--have a groovy 70s retro kind of feel, crashing chords, melody and dissonance, all to a disco beat. High on energy, with an emphasis on danceable grooves, In Orbit is a cross-border group with a core of Canadian guitarist Michael Occhipinti and American saxophonist Jeff Coffin, who ...