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The Don Ellis Orchestra - Live at Monterey flac album

Performer: The Don Ellis Orchestra
Title: Live at Monterey
Style: Post-Bop,Progressive Jazz,Jazz Instrument,Trumpet Jazz
Duration: 01:01:07
Location: Monterey Jazz Festival, Monterey, CA
Relesed: 1966
Recording date: September 18, 1966 & October 18, 1966
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 145
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Don Ellis Orchestra 'Live' at Monterey! is a live album by trumpeter Don Ellis recorded in 1966 at the Monterey Jazz Festival and released on the Pacific Jazz label.

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Live in 3⅔/4 Time is a live album by trumpeter Don Ellis recorded in 1966 at the Pacific Jazz Festival and Shelly's Manne-Hole in 1967 and released on the Pacific Jazz label. The title comes from the composition "Upstart" which is in 3⅔4 time signature but is more commonly expressed as 118. Pacific Jazz Records. Harte, in 1954, also co-founded Nocturne Records with jazz bassist Harry Babasin (1921–1988). Some of the musicians who recorded for Pacific Jazz included Chet Baker, Paul Desmond, Gerry Mulligan, Joe Pass, Gerald Wilson, the Jazz Crusaders, Don Ellis, Clare Fischer, Jim Hall, Groove Holmes, Les McCann, Wes Montgomery, and Art Pepper. In 1957, Pacific Jazz Records changed its name to World.

Artist: Don Ellis Orchestra Title: 'Live' At Monterey! Year Of Release: 1988 Label: Pacific Jazz Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop, Progressive Big Band Quality: FLAC (tracks+. The first effort by the Don Ellis big band, as with all of his other orchestral projects, has yet to be reissued on CD. One of the most exciting new jazz big bands of the period, Ellis' ensemble became notorious for its ability to play coherently in odd time signatures. One of the four originals heard on this acclaimed outing from the 1966 Monterey Jazz Festival is titled "33 222 1 222" to show how the band manages to perform in 19/4 time. The other selections are Hank Levy's "Passacaglia And Fugue," "Concerto For Trumpet" (in 5/4) and.

Released in mid 1966, is Don Ellis Orchestra Live at Monterey the first progressive jazz fusion record and/or the first progressive rock album? Could be. After laying dormant as a recording artist for four years, Don Ellis turned the jazz world upside down with this very left coast concert that fused rock energy, odd-metered time signatures from around the world, and a unique take on big band orchestration that threw tradition out the window. Several writers I've come across cite this performance-the Don Ellis Orchestra performance at the 1966 Monterey Jazz Festival- -as one that blew people away, and inspired many, many musician-performers into wildly radical changes to their approaches to music and performance. Reputedly, Don Ellis never wrote or played a song in straight time (4/4) and this is certainly true for this concert.

Count: 8. Views: 18. Don Ellis Live At Monterey tracks. Introduction By Jimmy Lyons. 33 222 1 222. Passacaglia And Fugue. Concerto For Trumpet.

The first effort by the Don Ellis big band, as with all of his other orchestral projects, has yet to be reissued on CD. The other selections are Hank Levy's "Passacaglia And Fugue," "Concerto For Trumpet" (in 5/4) and "New Nine.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Introduction By Jimmy Lyons The Don Ellis Orchestra feat: Don Ellis 1:18
2 33 222 1 222 Don Ellis The Don Ellis Orchestra feat: Don Ellis 9:51
3 Passacaglia and Fugue Hank Levy The Don Ellis Orchestra feat: Don Ellis 6:13
4 Crete Idea Don Ellis The Don Ellis Orchestra feat: Don Ellis 6:14
5 Concerto for Trumpet Don Ellis The Don Ellis Orchestra feat: Don Ellis 11:48
6 27/16 Don Ellis The Don Ellis Orchestra feat: Don Ellis 6:01
7 Beat Me Daddy, Seven to the Bar Hughie Prince / Don Raye / Eleanore Sheehy The Don Ellis Orchestra feat: Don Ellis 8:24
8 New Nine Don Ellis The Don Ellis Orchestra feat: Don Ellis 11:18

Credits

Bob Belden - Producer, Remixing
Richard Bock - Producer
Steve Bohannon - Drums
Frank DeLaRosa - Bass
Peter Doell - Remixing
Chuck Domanico - Bass
Don Ellis - Arranger, Composer, Conductor, Leader, Liner Notes, Primary Artist, Trumpet
The Don Ellis Orchestra - Primary Artist
Alan Estes - Drums
Bob Harmon - Trumpet
Wally Heider - Engineer
Ruben Leon - Multi Instruments
Hank Levy - Arranger, Composer
Paul Lopez - Trumpet
Dave MacKay - Organ, Piano
John Magruder - Clarinet, Sax (Baritone)
Ray Neapolitan - Bass
Hughie Prince - Composer
Don Raye - Composer
Ira Schulman - Multi Instruments
Tom Scott - Multi Instruments
Fred Seligo - Photography
Eleanore Sheehy - Composer
Ron Starr - Clarinet, Sax (Tenor)
Glenn Stuart - Trumpet
Chino Valdes - Bongos, Congas
Edward Warren - Trumpet
Alan Weight - Trumpet
Dave Wells - Trombone
Terry Woodson - Trombone (Bass)
Woody Woodward - Art Direction
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