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Marcus Miller -《Dreyfus Night In Paris》(巴黎卓福斯之夜)[FLAC]

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    发行时间2004年01月20日
    地区美国
    语言英语
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专辑英文名Dreyfus Night In Paris
专辑中文名巴黎卓福斯之夜
歌手Marcus Miller
音乐风格爵士
资源格式FLAC
发行时间2004年01月20日
地区美国
语言英语
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专辑介绍:

1994年的7月份,这个神奇、创造法国爵士历史的月份!来自美国与欧洲多位当代全世界最璀璨耀眼的爵士乐手群聚巴黎,共同受到当今法国最大爵士品牌Dreyfus Jazz的创办人法蓝西斯‧卓福斯(Francis Dreyfus)之邀请,一同为Dreyfus Jazz的新生而庆祝表演,在巴黎市的“Palais des Sports”体育馆一连数晚演出数场大型演奏会!

本张专辑的演出录音时间为1994年7月7日的晚上、是卓福斯之夜演奏会中的第二场大型表演,在这个创造现代爵士历史的晚上,当代五位从未共同合作演出的杰出爵士乐手,分别是来自美国的电子贝斯手马可士‧米勒 (Marcus Miller)与法国人的骄傲「钢琴小巨人」米榭‧派卓契亚尼 (Michel Petrucciani)率同比利时籍的吉他手伯瑞利‧拉葛兰 (Bireli Lagrene)、美国籍的萨克斯风手肯尼‧盖瑞 (Kenny Garrett)与鼓手蓝尼‧怀特 (Lenny White)以音乐五重奏的方式同台飆技、大展音乐即兴火花!

在本张专辑中马可士‧米勒与米榭‧派卓契亚尼分别担任乐团的Leader带领眾乐手共同演出、并分别表现个人即兴技巧;在五人同台中一共演奏三首曲目,分别是马可士‧米勒为迈尔士‧戴维斯(Miles Davis)所写的名曲“Tutu”和“The King Is Gone”,以及米榭‧派卓契亚尼的经典曲“Looking Up”,每一曲目的演奏时间都长达16、17分鐘、相当精采!大部分的音乐进行中以马可士‧米勒的电贝斯与米榭‧派卓契亚尼的钢琴和蓝尼‧怀特的鼓为主要编制,光是马可士‧米勒与米榭‧派卓契亚尼两位完全不同音乐风格的乐手所激出的音乐火花、就已是大饱乐迷耳福、值回片价;而五位乐手在每一曲目中都有2~3分鐘充分的个人Solo表现,临场即兴互拋都发挥的淋漓尽致,将令乐迷直为讚嘆、大呼过癮!

在“Tutu”与“The King Is Gone”两曲中,由马可士‧米勒的电贝斯担任Leader的脚色,带领其他四位乐手表现实验性质强烈的融合爵士,这也是米榭‧派卓契亚尼少数不同以往叙事咆勃风格的演奏;而压轴曲则是由米榭‧派卓契亚尼的钢琴担任Leader的脚色,以流畅轻快的拉丁乐风,一同和其他四位乐手重新詮释他自己的经典曲“Looking Up”;马可士‧米勒极具力道的电贝斯声、米榭‧派卓契亚尼出神入化的钢琴声,从现场如醉如痴、如雷贯耳的掌声、就可以知道这是一场多么精采而经典成功的演奏会!

CD编号 : FDM366522
艺人/团体 : 米榭派卓契亚尼&马可士米勒 Michel Petrucciani & Marcus Miller
专辑名称 : 巴黎卓福斯之夜
Dreyfus Night In Paris
音乐类型 : 爵士 [CD 专辑]
发行公司/日期 : 彗智 
制作公司 : dreyfus

Audio CD (January 20, 2004)
Original Release Date: 2000
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Live
Label: Dreyfus Jazz
ASIN: B00011V84K

review
by Scott Yanow

The unique all-star group featured on this live set from 1994 had not only never performed together before as a band, but most of the musicians had never been on the same stage with each other before. Miles Davis had passed away three years earlier, so the two Marcus Miller pieces, "Tutu" (which sounds surprisingly similar to "So What" during the solos even if the chords are different) and "The King Is Gone" are in tribute to the late trumpeter. "The King Is Gone" is a straight-ahead extended blues, while "Looking Up" has heated solos over a simple vamp. Overall, Kenny Garrett and Michel Petrucciani generally take solo honors (Biréli Lagrène is a bit overshadowed), while Miller and Lenny White keep the rhythms stimulating. Although the three selections are each quite extended, they hold one's interest throughout. Excellent music.

引用
: dreyfus night in paris
: (*marcus miller--bass, kenny garret--sax, *michel petrucciani--piano
: bireli lagrene--guitar, lenny white--drums)
这张我很喜欢 可以听到michel玩不一样的东西
而且从这张可以明显听出来乐曲主导者不同,乐手的表现也不一样!
前两首有marcus miller主导,fusion味就很重 kenny garret的sax就显得很狂野(?)
到了第三首michel的曲子时 michel的主导,让kenny garret瞬间柔了下来
我会强烈建议听这张
但如果是要听以往的michel风格,也许你会失望....

The unique all-star group featured on this live set from 1994 had not only never performed together before as a band, but most of the musicians had never been on the same stage with each other before. Miles Davis had passed away three years earlier, so the two Marcus Miller pieces, "Tutu" (which sounds surprisingly similar to "So What" during the solos even if the chords are different) and "The King Is Gone" are in tribute to the late trumpeter. "The King Is Gone" is a straight-ahead extended blues, while "Looking Up" has heated solos over a simple vamp. Overall, Kenny Garrett and Michel Petrucciani generally take solo honors (Biréli Lagrène is a bit overshadowed), while Miller and Lenny White keep the rhythms stimulating. Although the three selections are each quite extended, they hold one's interest throughout. Excellent music. ~ Scott Yanow Recorded on July 7th 1994 in Paris & featuring Marcus Miller, Michel Petrucciani, Bireli Lagrene, Lenny White, & Kenny Garrett. Features 3 tracks, each over 16 minutes, 'Tutu', 'The King Is Gone' & 'Looking Up. Dreyfus. 2003. Recorded live at Palais Des Sports, Paris, France on July 7th, 1994. Personnel: Marcus Miller (bass clarinet, bass); Kenny Garrett (saxophone); Michel Petrucciani (piano); Bireli Lagrene (guitar); Lenny White (drums).


About the Artist
Marcus Miller – The international jazz superstar whose work has defined and redefined the sound of modern jazz - from his groundbreaking production and multi-instrumental work in the 80’s with Miles Davis on TUTU, to his 2001 Grammy winning best seller M2.

Michel Petrucciani – The legendary pianist who touched the world with his very small body and his tremendous sound and aura. He’s made dozens of classic recordings solo and with the likes of Wayne Shorter, Stephane Grappelli, Roy Haynes, and Steve Gadd.

Kenny Garrett – The Miles Davis alum who went on to become one of the best loved and best selling saxists of our time.

Bireli Lagrene – The prodigy who stunned the world as a pre-teen his brilliant Django Reinhardt-inspired gypsy guitar playing and then later with his boundary pushing fusion work with Jaco Pastorious. Lenny White – A drummer with so many classic credits, from Miles Davis’ "Bitches Brew, Chick Corea’s "Return To Forever" recordings, "Jaco Pastorius," as well as modern masterpieces by Marcus Miller, Rachael Z and Michel Petrucciani.
Product Description
On July 7th 1994, Michel Petrucciani hosted the second ever "Dreyfus Night" – a special concert in Paris meant to showcase the wonderful array of musicians associated with Francis Dreyfus and his new label. The night before the "Dreyfus Night," Francis Dreyfus attended a concert of Marcus Miller with Kenny Garrett. The two enthusiastically welcomed Francis’ invitation to his special concert, and this historical quintet was born. The line-up was never to be repeated – this was truly a once in a lifetime meeting of some of the most important figures in recent jazz history: Marcus Miller, Michel Petrucciani, Kenny Garrett, Bireli Lagrene, and Lenny White. Together they shocked and delighted a very lucky Parisian audience with a crackling set of funky jazz – a "Massey Hall" for the modern era!

Personnel: Marcus Miller - Bass & Bass Clarinet / Michel Petrucciani - Piano / Kenny Garrett - Soprano Sax / Biréli Lagrène - Guitar / Lenny White - Drums



By
ERIC J. IANNELLI,
Published: January 2, 2004
Miller/Petrucciani/Lagr: Dreyfus Night in Paris

Dubbed "a 'Massey Hall' for the modern era"—is 1953 really such ancient history?— Dreyfus Night in Paris is actually a performance that took place nearly ten years ago and is only just seeing its release. The "Massey Hall" assertion is debatable given that the musicians here, though excellent, don't exactly match the calibre of Bird (aka Charlie Chan), Diz, Bud Powell, Mingus and Max Roach, but there can be no doubt that the set is impressive, full of solid playing from start to finish.

Lenny White and Kenny Garrett lead off this three-song set, though it's Marcus Miller who evokes cheers and applause from the audience as he plucks a few notes from his electric bass and settles into the funky groove of "Tutu," a chart Miller penned for the eponymous Miles Davis album in 1985. Petrucciani quickly follows his lead and gets comfortable himself; Garrett slides back in almost unnoticed to repeat the head. At sixteen minutes, this version is three times longer than Davis', but it seems to slip by as fast as one side of a 78. It's also a different animal. The original was a Davis vehicle with Miller's overdubs a la Bill Evans. Here "Tutu" is very much an organic ensemble piece.

"The King Is Gone" is a slower, smoother affair. Each soloist takes time to linger individually in the spotlight, one after the other. Lagrene is in fine form, but White gives a long, understated solo, perhaps under the impression that his one-minute start-stop intro was already enough. Early on Petrucciani throws in some low notes recalling Lear on the heath. He returns with something jauntier once the pace picks up. Garrett wrenches some violin-sounding laments from his alto sax to close out the tune.

"Looking Up," a Petrucciani chart, is last. Miller muscles his bass in, pulling and tapping, wholly at odds with the breezy mood the pianist is trying to create: imagine two men walking side-by-side, one skipping, one sauntering. The contrast makes a bit more sense when the whole thing starts to build to its freewheeling, hip-shaking peak, with Garrett at the lead. He then steps aside for Petrucciani, who runs with it for three minutes, finally bringing it to a hush for Lagrene to enter. Next Miller throws down with funk pyrotechnics.

No, Dreyfus Night in Paris isn't as essential as the Massey Hall releases. But, like those famed recordings, it does have a multifarious appeal—something for the swingers, something for the funk addicts, something for the fusion crowd, something for the traditionalists—that suggests it will be able to transcend labels and find its way into many ears.

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Track Listing: 1. Tutu (16:36) 2. The King Is Gone (17:19) 3. Looking Up (16:31)

Personnel: Marcus Miller - bass; Michel Petrucciani


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专辑曲目

1. Tutu Marcus Miller / Marcus Miller - feat. Kenny Garrett, Biréli Lagrène, Michel Petrucciani, Lenny White 16:36
2. The King Is Gone / Marcus Miller - feat. Kenny Garrett, Biréli Lagrène, Michel Petrucciani, Lenny White 17:19
3. Looking Up / Michel Petrucciani - feat. Kenny Garrett, Biréli Lagrène, Michel Petrucciani, Lenny White 16:32

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