Results for "Morning Glory"
By Bill Evans
Label: Resonance Records
Track listing: Re: Person I Knew; Emily; Who Can I Turn To?; The Two Lonely People; What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life; My Romance; Mornin' Glory; Up With The Lark; T.T.T.(Twelve Tone Tune); Esta Tarde Vi Llover; Beautiful Love; Waltz For Debby; My Foolish Heart.
Jim Worsley's Best Jazz Albums Of 2022
by Jim Worsley
2022 has been another fertile year for jazz, both old and new. As this is now the season of giving and reflection, I share with you ten standout records that I had the privilege of reviewing. They are placed in random order for equal credibility. If, however, one did put a saxophone to my head to ...
Bill Evans: Morning Glory
by Jim Worsley
1973 was a time of political volatility and unrest. Argentina's former President Juan Peron was returning to the country after many years in exile. The controversy brought emotions to the surface and created a dangerous environment. Just what three jazz cats didn't need to hear as they made their way to Buenos Aires for a concert. ...
By John Surman
Label: Fledg'ling Records
Track listing: Cloudless Sky; Iron Man; Norwegian Steel – Septimus; Hinc Illae Lacrimae – For Us All (Hence These Tears).
John Surman: Morning Glory
by Roger Farbey
This is the first John Surman-authorised reissue of his seminal album released on the Island Records label in 1973 (ILPS9237) that acted as a signal delineation between what preceded it (a relatively conventional approach with an emphasis on blistering baritone saxophone outings) and what was to follow (the far more pastoral ECM years, albeit with the ...
Album: Will Vinson: Live at Smalls
By Will Vinson
Track listing: CD1 (Morning Glory): La Nina de la Calle Ibiza; Morning Glory; Unfinished Letter; Zahori; An Anonymous Soul; Perpetuum Mobile; Benito; The Magical Chorus; Glade; Mourning A Sudden Appearance; Belvedere. CD2 (Live in New York): Don Miguel; Odyssey; Can Ram; David M; Aurora; No Ni Nó; Rounds.
Agustí Fernández / Barry Guy / Ramón López: Morning Glory
by Mark Corroto
In what could easily mistaken for a release on the ECM label, Morning Glory inhabits that crisp minimalist style so familiar to producer Manfred Eicher. Surprisingly enough, this studio recording, with bonus Live In New York disc, is delivered by three of today's most zealous improvisers and outcats. Formed in 2005, the trio's previous ...
Label: Narada Publishing, Inc.