Don Ellis Orchestra, The - Electric Bath mp3 flac
- Album: Electric Bath
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Electric Bath is an album by trumpeter Don Ellis recorded in 1967 and released on the Columbia label. Electric Bath was a Grammy nominee in 1968 and that same year won "Album of the Year" in the annual Down Beat readers poll. This album was Don's first studio recording with his big band and his first Columbia Records release. It was produced by noted jazz record producer John Hammond.
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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label CBS (catalog number 63230). This album was released in 1968 year. UK. Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. Album. The album included the following session artists: Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute.
DON ELLIS ORCHESTRA - Electric Bath - CD ALBUM. Released in late 1967, Electric Bath shows Ellis already using the odd-metered rhythms and exotic instrumentation that will be trademarks of his big band for the rest of his career. Likewise, the album also shows him leaning a bit towards rock, although I think to a lot of young people parts of this album could sound like late show type jazz, or even Vegas styled big band lounge music.
The Don Ellis Orchestra - Electric Bath (1968) 03 Turkish Bath. The Don Ellis Orchestra - Electric Bath (1968) 01 Indian Lady. The Don Ellis Orchestra - Electric Bath (1968) 04 Open Beauty. The Don Ellis Orchestra - Electric Bath (1968) 02 Alone.
1 Indian Lady 8:07 2 Alone 5:32 3 Turkish Bath 10:29 4 Open Beauty 8:27 5 New Horizons 12:21 6 Turkish Bath (Single) 2:52 7 Indian Lady (Single) 2:58. The other four originals (the trumpeter-leader's feature on "Alone," "Turkish Bath," "Open Beauty," and the 17/4 "New Horizons"), while lesser-known, are also quite spirited. For the first time Ellis opened his band to the influence of rock (making liberal use of electronics) and the results lend themselves to some hilarity.
For his first studio recording with his colorful big band, Don Ellis utilized five trumpets, three trombones, five reeds, Mike Lang on keyboards, three bassists, drummer Steve Bohannon, and three percussionists to perform some remarkable new music. The most memorable selection is "Indian Lady" (accurately described as a "hoedown in 5/4"), which with its false endings is often quite humorous.
For the first time Ellis opened his band to the influence of rock (making liberal use of electronics) and the results lend themselves to some hilarity. EAC extraction logfile from 9. October 2009, 13:30. The Don Ellis Orchestra, Electric Bath. Used drive : HL-DT-STDVD-RAM GH22NP20 Adapter: 0 ID: 0. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.