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Eric Alexander -《Man With A Horn》(有 “角” 的男人)[FLAC]

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    音乐风格爵士
    发行时间1999年06月29日
    地区美国
    语言英语
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专辑英文名Man With A Horn
专辑中文名有 “角” 的男人
音乐风格爵士
资源格式FLAC
发行时间1999年06月29日
地区美国
语言英语
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专辑介绍:

这是您购买了很久以前连这个CD的事。
当我听到一阵鰤,看起来不错。
这是一个伟大的表现。
首先是“个人资料简介”。
8月4日,美国伊利诺斯州盖尔斯堡出生于1968年。
最喜欢的音乐长大的是埃里克亚历山大的父母,在8岁开始学习钢琴,然后转换成一个单簧管→基地→单簧管中音萨克斯。这似乎就是在那个时候,大卫·桑伯恩,汤姆·斯科特爵士感兴趣更薄,高中毕业的人听萨克斯当代音乐家,如迈克尔·布雷克的作品转到高音萨克斯后,去印第安纳大学。认真从贝克那开始向往爵士音乐家的影响。
获得学士学位后,他移居到芝加哥。很快加入了管风琴查尔斯蓝德移民的合奏,首先是记录在“难忘”。当你参加蒙克在1991年的音乐比赛,它赢得继约书亚雷德曼座椅的2位。为了获得信心亚历山大,回到纽约,记录了“直线上升”于93年作为一个领导者 - 后来,梅尔文线,塞西尔·佩恩,肯尼·巴伦,艾琳里德,雪松沃尔顿,弗雷迪·哈伯特纽约被允许实现共同主演与臭名昭著的音乐家是为基础。在另一方面,基于在<Delmark记录>芝加哥录音也将继续,“向上,超过出”,“Stablemates”萨克斯演奏家林韩礼德,记录和Harold Mabern的“模式Mabes”它产生了出色的工作。
虽然一直努力提高自身的声音风格,规模是Konasu从精致的民谣打击了一击全身的大玩家 - 尽管它仍然是年轻的,即使是传统和丰富的声音,高音萨克斯传统,一个伟大的音乐家。

このCDも随分前に购入した物です。
暂くぶりに闻いてみると、良いですね。
素晴らしい演奏です。
先ずは「プロフィール绍介」です。
1968年8月4日アメリカ・イリノイ州ゲールスバーグ生まれ。
音楽好きな両亲に育てられたエリック・アレキサンダーは、8歳でピアノのレッスンを开始し、その后クラリネット→ベース・クラリネット→アルト・サックスへと転换。当时はジャズへの兴味は薄かったようだが、デイヴィッド・サンボーン、トム・スコット、マイケル・ブレッカーといった现代サックス・ミュージシャンの作品を聴くうちに高校卒业后はテナー・サックスに転向し、インディアナ大学へ进学。デイヴィッド・ベーカーという师の影响から真剣にジャズ・ミュージシャンを志すようになったという。
学士号を取得后は、シカゴへ移住。移り住んで间もなくオルガン奏者チャールス・アーランドのアンサンブルに入団し、「Unforgettable」で初レコーディングを行った。91年にセロニアス・モンクの音楽コンペに出场すると、ジョシュア・レッドマンに続く2位の座を获得。自信を得たアレキサンダーは、N.Y.に戻り、リーダーとして93年に『Straight Up』をレコーディング――以降、メルヴィン・ライン、セシル・ペイン、ケニー・バロン、アイリーン・リード、セダー・ウォルトン、フレディ・ハバートというN.Y.を拠点にした名うてのミュージシャンらと共演を実现させた。一方でシカゴに拠点を置く<Delmark Records>でのレコーディングも続行しており、『Up, Over & Out』『Stablemates』をサックス奏者リン・ハリディ、『Mode For Mabes』をハロルド・メイバーンとレコーディングし、秀作を生み出している。
常に自己のサウンド・スタイルを向上させる努力を重ねつつ、繊细なバラードから浑身のブロウまでを吹きこなすスケールの大きなプレイヤー――まだまだ若手でありながら、テナー・サックスのもつ伝统的で豊かなサウンドをも伝承する、素晴らしいミュージシャンである。

MAN WITH A HORN
作者 / ALEXANDER, ERIC 艾瑞克.亚历山大
出版社 / 滚石风云唱片公司
商品语言 / 无

引用
Release Date June 29, 1999
Duration 59:56
Genre Jazz
Styles Post-Bop Straight-Ahead Jazz Saxophone Jazz
Recording DateJanuary 20, 1997 & January 21, 1997


AllMusic Review by Michael G. Nastos [-]
Eric Alexander can play the tenor saxophone. Armed with a love for the masters and the ability to take their sonic images into his own realm, he is reaching the goal of attaining a personal sound. His tone, ideas, and embellishments are straight-ahead and swinging. His capacity for bluesy, soulful outbursts or fluttery Coltrane-like phrases and the sheer lyrical quality of his improvisations should command your attention. Backed on this CD by the all-time great pianist Cedar Walton and young chums bassist Dwayne Burno and drummer Joe Farnsworth, Alexander has all the tools necessary to build a skyscraper of great jazz music, and he does. There are three Jazz Messengers-like cuts that stand above the rest, with trombonist Steve Davis and trumpeter Jim Rotundi jumpin' in. They, the leader, and Farnsworth are all in the excellent ensemble One for All, and if you like these, you should also pick up on their recordings. The larger ensemble numbers "GCCJ," Walton's famous "Midnight Waltz" (aka "Twilight Waltz"), and the Davis original "I Found You" all pop and burn. The first has a singsong boppin' melody, the waltz is fairly up and even-keeled, and the original has a slight bossa feel married to a lovely melody. All are outstanding. The rest of the material also stands tall -- a hip funk original of Alexander's "Unsung Hero" might be the highlight of the disc and Walton's "Fiesta Española" is supercharged and exciting, while Alexander's prowess on ballads is never more delicately executed than during "Stars Fell on Alabama." It should be noted that Walton's performance, as well as his influence on these proceedings, takes the music up several notches. Alexander has made some very solid CDs, and at a comparably young age (he was 28 during these sessions) is making a bid for being the very best young tenor saxophonist on the scene today. This CD is highly recommended for its content and for the excellent recording techniques that let Alexander and his buddies flourish.

Audio CD (June 23, 1999)
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Milestone
ASIN: B00000JHBQ
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Product Description
Eric Alexander can play the tenor saxophone. Armed with a love for the masters and the ability to take their sonic images into his own realm, he is reaching the goal of attaining a personal sound. His tone, ideas, and embellishments are straight-ahead and swinging. His capacity for bluesy, soulful outbursts or fluttery Coltrane-like phrases and the sheer lyrical quality of his improvisations should command your attention. Backed on this CD by the all-time great pianist Cedar Walton and young chums bassist Dwayne Burno and drummer Joe Farnsworth, Alexander has all the tools necessary to build a skyscraper of great jazz music, and he does. There are three Jazz Messengers-like cuts that stand above the rest, with trombonist Steve Davis and trumpeter Jim Rotundi jumpin' in. They, the leader, and Farnsworth are all in the excellent ensemble One for All, and if you like these, you should also pick up on their recordings. The larger ensemble numbers "GCCJ," Walton's famous "Midnight Waltz" (aka "Twilight Waltz"), and the Davis original "I Found You" all pop and burn. The first has a singsong boppin' melody, the waltz is fairly up and even-keeled, and the original has a slight bossa feel married to a lovely melody. All are outstanding. The rest of the material also stands tall -- a hip funk original of Alexander's "Unsung Hero" might be the highlight of the disc and Walton's "Fiesta Española" is supercharged and exciting, while Alexander's prowess on ballads is never more delicately executed than during "Stars Fell on Alabama." It should be noted that Walton's performance, as well as his influence on these proceedings, takes the music up several notches. Alexander has made some very solid CDs, and at a comparably young age (he was 28 during these sessions) is making a bid for being the very best young tenor saxophonist on the scene today. This CD is highly recommended for its content and for the excellent recording techniques that let Alexander and his buddies flourish. ~ Michael G. Nastos

Personnel: Eric Alexander (tenor saxophone); Jim Rotondi (trumpet); Steve Davis (trombone); Cedar Walton (piano); Dwayne Burno (bass); Joe Farnsworth (drums).

Liner Note Author: Ted Panken.

Personnel: Eric Alexander (tenor saxophone); Jim Rotondi (trumpet); Steve Davis (trombone); Cedar Walton (piano); Joe Farnsworth (drums).

Recorded at Clinton Recording Studios, New York, New York on January 20 & 21, 1997. Includes liner notes by Ted Panken.

Recording information: Clinton Recording Studios, New York, NY (01/20/1997/01/21/1997).

Photographer: John Abbott .


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专辑曲目

1. Man With A Horn
2. Unsung Hero
3. A Time For Love
4. GCCJ
5. Midnight Waltz
6. My Shining Hour
7. Stars Fell On Alabama
8. I Found You
9. Fiesta Espanola

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