Composed By – Joe Giardullo. Composed By – Joe Giardullo.
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Joe Giardullo 4tet: Now Is by Frank Rubolino, published on October 11, 2003. Spirited improvisation marks the offering of soprano saxophonist Joe Giardullo and his quartet on Now Is. Master brass and reed authority Joe McPhee is on board, as is stellar bassist Mike Bisio and fiery drummer Toni Tabbal. Together, the four artists stretch it out in free time with music that provides a kick through its high energy level and intermittent mood swings. The program crosses through various tempo changes, yet the concept of perpetual motion remains prevalent throughout.
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Joe McPhee's childhood instrument was the trumpet (which he took up at the age of eight) but his earliest recordings in the late 1960's featured his work on tenor sax. Over the years, McPhee has become adept on alto and soprano saxes, value trombone, flugelhorn, pocket trumpet, cornet, and various clarinets. The long opening track, "A Priori" is a bit of a showcase for the two musicians. The piece starts with some electronic loops from Giardullo's soprano, together with a subtle electronic pulse, to which McPhee adds his valve trombone. Giardullo moves from bass clarinet to a sweetly ethereal, electronically enhanced flute, while McPhee joins in with an equally lyrical alto clarinet.
No Greater Love is a live album of performed by t Joe McPhee recorded in 1999 and first released on the CIMP label. The album was recorded at the same sessions that produced In the Spirit.
Composed By – Joe Giardullo.
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Heavy Weather is the eighth album by Weather Report, released in 1977 through Columbia Records. The release originally sold about 500,000 copies; it would prove to be the band's most commercially successful album.
Joe Giardullo - Weather Жанр: free improvisation Страна-производитель диска: Poland Год издания диска: 2004 Издатель (лейбл): Not Two Records Номер по каталогу: MW 755-2 Страна: Poland Аудио кодек: FLAC . lac) Тип рипа: tracks+. cue Битрейт аудио: lossless Продолжительность: 54:48 Источник (релизер): собственный рип с оригинального диска. ALBUM %g" -T "TRACKNUMBER %n" -T "GENRE %m" %s TOC of the extracted CD Track Start Length Start sector End sector
Joe Giardullo is Brooklyn-born, and raised on the South Shore of Long Island, New York. He grew up on R&B music, playing tenor sax in club and regional bands and moved north to the Woodstock area in the 1960's. It was a rich environment for hearing and playing original music, and it was here that he got his first soprano saxophone.
Joe Giardullo might be pleased to read – though I’m sure he knows it already – that I hear hardly any Lacy in his work at all, either in terms of structure – he’s far more rhapsodic and given to flights of fancy than the clinically precise (though never cold) Lacy – or sound. Lacy’s sound, like John Coltrane’s on the instrument, was fat, round and rich, while Giardullo’s is leaner, more fragile and feminine and content to explore the cracks, especially on the beautiful title track, which sustains interest effortlessly over nearly 19 minutes: no mean feat. Not much of a twinge though, as it’s still a fine, coherent and impressive piece from an album well worth hunting down. Joe Giardullo Photo by Fionn Reilly. Brooklyn, NY- 1948 ) is a soprano saxophonist/ composer whose work encompasses avant jazz, new complexity, indeterminate and new music genres.