Charles Gayle - Time Zones flac album
Title: Time Zones
Style: Post Bop, Free Jazz
MP3 album: 1989 mb
FLAC album: 1134 mb
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Charles Gayle is best known as a tenor saxophonist with a ferocious and unremittingly free style. On piano he is much more versatile and at times rather lyrical, while still being quite original. On his solo piano set Time Zones, Gayle performs seven of his intriguing originals, blending together hints of his youth (including stride piano, chord voicings worthy of Duke Ellington, and runs reminiscent of Art Tatum) with lessons learned from playing free à la Cecil Taylor.
Charles Gayle – Time Zones. Label: Tompkins Square – TSQ2839. Country: US. Released: 2006. Composed By, Performer, Piano – Charles Gayle. Design – Joel T. Jordan. Engineer – David Swope. Mastered By – Mark Wilder. Photography By – Julie Marr. Producer – Josh Rosenthal.
Charles Gayle (born February 28, 1939) is an American free jazz musician. Initially known as a saxophonist who came to prominence in the 1990s after decades of obscurity, Gayle also performs as pianist, bass clarinetist, bassist, and percussionist. Charles Gayle was born in Buffalo, New York. Some of his history has been unclear due to his reluctance to talk about his life in interviews. He briefly taught music at the University at Buffalo before relocating to New York City during the early 1970s.
Charles Gayle Time Zones Tompkins Square 2006. His first piano solo CD since 2001's Jazz Solo Piano, Time Zones shows the results of five years of intensive practice and polishing. His compositions expose his love of traditional jazz forms, while his improvisations delight in continually testing the elasticity of those forms. With left hand thunder announcing the title track, the theme emerges unassuming and simple, until Gayle shuffles the keys resulting in time and thematic variations. Opening with an understated theme, "Rush to Sunrise organically grows fireworks.
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Charles Gayle is without question one of the most intriguing figures in modern jazz today. Like with his saxophone playing, Gayle uses the entire range of the piano. His style is highly personal, yet firmly grounded in the playing of past masters like Art Tatum and Bud Powell. Estimated delivery in 3-4 weeks.
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Charles Gayle is not breaking any new ground with Ancient of Days, but it is the most consistent of his "restrained" albums since Touchin' on Trane. Each song on the album builds with a quiet intensity, gliding between standard jazz and late-era John Coltrane. Piano player Hank Johnson keeps things under control, while bassist Juini Booth sounds more like Jimmy Garrison than William Parker. Only on the last track, "Glorified Love," does Gayle show off the saxophone pyrotechnics displayed on such landmark releases as Repent and More Live at the Knitting Factory.
|Rush To Sunrise||7:28|
|Blues In Mississippi||7:00|
|TSQ2839||Charles Gayle||Time Zones (CD, Album)||Tompkins Square||TSQ2839||US||2006|
|TSQ2839-2PROMO||Charles Gayle||Time Zones (CD, Album, Promo)||Tompkins Square||TSQ2839-2PROMO||US||2006|