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Performer: George Russell
Title: So What
Style: Post-Bop
Duration: 38:49
Location: Emmanuel Church, Boston, MA
Relesed: June 18, 1983
Recording date: June 18, 1983
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 903
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So What is a live album by George Russell released on the Blue Note label in 1987, featuring performances by Russell with his Living Time Orchestra recorded in 1983 in Boston.

Conductor – George Russell. Congas – Joe Galeota (tracks: 1, 4). Consultant – Marty Khan. Drums – Keith Copeland. Electric Bass – Bill Urmson. Engineer – John Nagy. Producer – George Russell. Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – George Garzone (tracks: 1, 4). Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute – Gary Joynes. Trombone – Chip Kaner, Peter Cirelli (tracks: 1, 4). Trumpet – Mike Peipman (tracks: 1, 4). Trumpet – Mark Harvey (8). Trumpet – Chris Passin (tracks: 1, 4).

So What is a live album by George Russell released on the Blue Note label in 1987, featuring performances by Russell with his Living Time Orchestra recorded in 1983 in Boston. further evidence of Russell's (mixed?) desire to come to terms.

Live album by George Russell & The Living Time Orchestra. So What is a live album by George Russell released on the Blue Note label in 1987, featuring performances by Russell with his Living Time Orchestra recorded in 1983 in Boston

Half the CD is taken up by a performance of Russell's "Time Spiral," which opens promisingly but soon evolves into a pair of eventually tiresome funk vamps tied together with an episode of atonality. Russell's idiosyncratic take on Miles Davis' "So What" is built around a transcribed version of Miles' original solo, and it rocks to the modal changes without ever stating the theme. Russell uses an eight-person update of the Smalltet on the modal "Rhymes" and "War Gewesen," which roll forth on a distinct funk beat with plenty of Fender.

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About George Russell. Russell could be an important figure in modern jazz for his theories alone - one example is his ideas on modal music which influenced the late 1950s work of Miles Davis and John Coltrane. But he produced plenty of interesting and rewarding music of his own. His catalogue includes experiments with electronics, Fusion, ethnic influences, and extended forms, though his early '60s releases - Ezz-thetics, Stratusphunk, and Jazz in the Space Age - are considered his classics. These efforts feature challenging, cerebral, sometimes quirky originals and cover arrangements. Singles & EPs. Play.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 So What Miles Davis George Russell
2 Time Spiral George Russell George Russell
3 Rhymes George Russell
4 War Gewesen George Russell

Credits

Bruce Barth - Keyboards
Peter Cirelli - Trombone
Keith Copeland - Drums
Miles Davis - Composer
George Garzone - Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)
Joe Gelaeota - Congas
Dave Hagedorn - Percussion
Mark Harvey - Trumpet
Brad Jones - Bass, Clarinet (Bass), Flute, Sax (Baritone)
Gary Joynes - Flute, Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)
Chip Kaner - Trombone
Dave Mann - Flute, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano)
David Mann - Flute, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano)
Jeff Marsankas - Trombone (Bass)
Bob Nieske - Bass, Bass (Acoustic)
Roy Okutani - Trumpet
Chris Passin - Trumpet
Mike Peipman - Trumpet
Mark Ross - Keyboards
Marc Rossi - Keyboards
Marco Rossi - Keyboards
George Russell - Composer, Conductor, Primary Artist
Marshall Sealy - French Horn
Janis Stephrans - Flute, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano)
Janis Steprans - Flute, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano)
Bill Urmson - Bass, Bass (Electric)
Mark White - Guitar
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