Eli Degibri (Israeli jazz)

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Eli Degibri (Israeli jazz)

Post by Musicgate on Sat Sep 04, 2010 3:56 am

Eli Degibri - Israeli Song - 2010







Жанр: Post Bop, Contemporary Jazz
Страна: Israel - USA
Дата записи: Recorded and Mixed by James Farber, Sear Sound Studios, December 22nd 2009
Дата выпуска: 2010
Производитель диска, номер, страна: Anzic Rec. ANZ-3002, New York

What a Face
Продолжительность: 56:50
Источник: Моя коллекция
Риппер: Мой рип

Трэклист:
1. Unrequited (Brad Metildau) (6:51)
2. Mr. R.C. (Eli Degibri) (6:27)
3. Judy The Dog (Eli Degibri) (5:24)
4. Jealous Eyes (Eli Degibri) (5:47)
5. Manic Depressive (Eli Degibri/Barak Mori) (6:27)
6. Bebop (Dizzy Gillespie) (4:25)
7. Liora (Eli Degibri) (3:52)
8. Look What You Do To Me (Al Foster) (4:19)
9. Third Plane (Ron Carter ) (4:20)
10. Somewhere Over The Rainbow (Harold Arlen) (4:21)
11. Israeli Song (Eli Degibri) (4:40)

Состав:
Eli Degibri - Tenor and Soprano Saxophones
Brad Mehldau - Piano
Ron Carter - Bass
Al Foster - Drums

Ссылки:
Eli Degibri на MySpace Music
Oficial Site
Eli Degibri at All About Jazz
Eli Degibri at youtube.com
Eli Degibri at rateyourmusic.com
Eli Degibri at allmusic.com

"Living the dream" is a phrase we musicians use with a bit of sarcasm when on the road, touring, driving for 7 hours straight to the next show or waking up at 5am to catch a plane after only 3 hours of sleep. This "gallows humor" is very funny when you're sleep deprived, but the truth is we all know very well that our lives are a dream come true -to live a life doing what we love the most - making music. Inside this large dream there are many small ones that we fantasize about. Some come true and some don't, but we keep trying, moving forward from one dream to the next.
Israeli Song is the story of a little dreamy boy who heard Ron Carter's walking bass on a Miles Davis record and wished he was Wayne Shorter. It's about a teenager who heard Joe Henderson playing at the Red Sea Jazz Festival on the radio (because he was not old enough to travel on his own) and wished that one day he'd be "gliding" on top of Al Foster's ride symbol. It is also about a young student who was in awe when he first heard Brad Mehldau play "All the Things You Are" at the Village Vanguard, and was instantly opened to a new way of approaching tradition.
I am forever grateful to have been able to record this album which is a reflection of who I am: an Israeli boy who fell in love with Jazz, envisioned life as a Jazz musician, now playing his own song alongside his heroes - an Israeli Song.
- Eli Degibri, March 2010

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Eli Degibri Quintet - In The Beginning - 2003

Post by Musicgate on Sat Sep 04, 2010 3:57 am







Жанр: Straightahead, Mainstream Jazz
Страна: Israel, USA
Дата записи: January 6 - 8, 2003, at acoustic recording, Brooklin, except 8 - january 16, 2003 at Papa studious, Tel Aviv
Дата выпуска: 2003
Производитель диска, номер, страна: Fresh Sound Rec. FSNT-170CD, made in Spain

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Продолжительность: 59:08
Источник: Моя коллекция
Риппер: Мой рип

Трэклист:
1. In The Beginning 6:48
2. Painless 6:15
3. Shoohoo 5:49
4. Last Summer 8:47
5. Dance Attempts 4:55
6. Cherokee 3:42
7. Song For Roni 8:18
8. All The Things You Are 4:11
9. With You 5:33
10. With You - Epilogue 1:49
11. Fin 2:58

Состав:
Personnel: Eli Degibri (tenor sax), Aaron Goldberg (piano except 6 & 8 ), Kurt Rosenwinkel (guitar except 6 & 8 ), Jeff Ballard (drums except 6 & 8 ), Ben Street (bass, except 6)

Ссылки:
Eli Degibri на MySpace Music
Oficial Site
Eli Degibri at All About Jazz
Eli Degibri at youtube.com
Eli Degibri at rateyourmusic.com
Eli Degibri at allmusic.com

Album review on allaboutjazz.com - 1, Album review on allaboutjazz.com - 2, Album review on allaboutjazz.com - 3

"A young tenor saxophonist from Israel, Eli Degibri, is just starting to be known
in New York...Don't miss him. He commanded attention when he toured with Herbie Hancock. He's a very modern improviser, superartful; his creations are spiky and fractured but immaculately sculptured." - Ben Ratliff, The New York Times

"...a very talented composer, arranger and performer... he continually demonstrates a natural ability toward effective teamwork, focus, willingness to listen, and eagerness to learn, the caliber of which is a rare find in jazz today... Eli's music treads uncharted waters... he has the potential to be a formidable force in the evolution of jazz."
- Herbie Hancock


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