King Korn - Paul Bley & Scorpio - Paul Bley & Scorpio (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Paul Bley sits at a bank of keyboards here, giving forth a passage on acoustic, then some chirping synthesizer, then some electric piano, and so forth. There is also a rhythm section of drummer Barry Altschul and bassist Dave Holland, the same team that worked brilliantly in this period behind both Anthony Braxton and Sam Rivers. Reply
  2. This actually a reissue of two Milestone albums: "Sythesizer Show" from and "Paul Bley & Scorpio" from The latter features the rhythm section of Barry Altschul and Dave Holland who, among other things, played together with Chick Corea & Anthony Braxton in a band which interestingly shares a similar name to this release, and is probably why Amazon decided to 4/5(3). Reply
  3. Paul Bley & Scorpio, an album by Paul Bley & Scorpio on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. Reply
  4. Jan 09,  · It’s a barnstorming collaboration on Carla Bley’s “King Korn,” a tune that was repeatedly visited by Paul Bley in various groups, including his electric trio “Scorpio” with the ever-present Holland and Altschul. No Bley performance of “King Korn” ever got the romping treatment it receives here, though, as the climbing theme is. Reply
  5. May 11,  · Paul Bley Solo in Mondsee. Paul Bley piano Recorded April at Schloss Mondsee, Austria Engineer: Jan Erik Kongshaug Produced by Manfred Eicher. The release of Solo in Mondsee in marked the 75th birthday of Paul Bley, and his first solo recording since ’s Open, To hapilapfuncphardabamakilmalichums.coinfo the first, it owes its existence to producer Manfred Eicher, who on both occasions lured Bley . Reply
  6. Pianist Paul Bley's debut as a leader features the year old in a trio with bassist Charles Mingus and drummer Art Blakey for Mingus' Debut label. The CD reissue, which adds four performances to the original program, finds Bley developing his voice within the bebop tradition. Mixing together stimulating originals such as "Opus 1" and "Spontaneous Combustion" with a . Reply
  7. For Paul Bley to comment that this recording is the best collection of his music to emerge since is a provocative statement unless, knowing Bley, he's just kidding hapilapfuncphardabamakilmalichums.coinfo this is even more spaced-out than some of his famous "slow" recordings such as Ballads, does that mean he really wanted those recordings to be even more minimal than they were? Reply
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Paul Bley & Scorpio on Discogs. Reply

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