Results for "Milestones"
Nel 1998 ho inciso il mio primo lavoro da solista “BIG CITY DREAMER”, grazie a Lorenzo Poli e Alberto Tafuri che mi hanno dato una bella mano perché io (ma non solo io) mi considero bravo a produrre gli altri ma meno bravo a produrre mè stesso, non è facile essere obiettivi. Nel 2003 sono andato un po’a New York e ho registrato il mio secondo Cd “TALKIN BACK” con tanti musicisti italiani (Lorenzo Poli, Marco “Nano”Orsi, Giorgio di Tullio, Lorenzo de Finti, Alfredo Golino, Giovanni Guerretti, Alberto Venturini, Riccardo Fioravanti, Andrea Carpena, Mario Chiesa, Alberto Tafuri, Erminio Cella) e ospiti americani (Hiram Bullock, Bob James)
Nashville session drummer Brian Czach (pronounced "Zack") is currently playing sessions and live shows around Music City. Czach has devoted his life to being as creative and versatile anyone with a pair of sticks could hope to be. Born in Schenectady NY, he has experience playing in every imaginable musical setting, from live shows, film & TV scores, artist sessions, tours, dance bands, and live theater, Brian’s musical experience is vastly extensive. With a BA in percussion performance from Ithaca College (’98), Brian moved to New York City in 2001, where he toured internationally and played nearly every major jazz club in the USA (including Birdland & Blue Note) with Tony DeSare and recorded 3 records (Telarc Records)
by C. Michael Bailey
Milestones was Miles Davis' third Columbia release after 'Round About Midnight (1957) and Miles Ahead (1957). The recording was made during one of Davis' most creatively intense periods, preceding his recording of the soundtrack for Ascenseur Pour L'echafaud (Fontana, 1958) in late 1957 and the subsequent recordings of Cannonball Adderley's Somethin' Else (Blue Note, 1958) and ...
Featuring the music of Lionel Hampton
by Jim Santella
The calibre of personnel Miles Davis enlisted for his Sextet was the very best. Davis knew he couldn't keep this unit together for long. It was obvious to him that each was developing into a sensation. This was 1958, and history was being made with the emergence of Davis' modal sound. His sweet, open trumpet tone ...
by C. Andrew Hovan
One of many yeoman New York musicians who goes about his work without much fanfare, pianist Michael Weiss is certainly one of the city's finest despite his low profile. Since 1981, he has been an active jazz educator and musician who has spent time with such masters as Art Farmer, Johnny Griffin, and Junior Cook. With ...