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9 thoughts on “ Part 6 - Ivo Perelman, Matthew Shipp, William Parker, Bobby Kapp - Heptagon (CD, Album) ”

  1. Shipp also accompanies Perelman with William Parker and Bobby Kapp, another ‘new’ drummer on the quartet album ‘Heptagon’ (CD LR ). The last of the six is another quartet this time with Gerald Cleaver on drums and Nate Wooley again; ‘Octagon’ (CD LR ) has no piano: young bass player Brandon Lopez is Perelman’s new guest.
  2. CD $17 IVO PERELMAN / MATTHEW SHIPP / WILLIAM PARKER / BOBBY KAPP - Heptagon (Leo ; UK) What does concept of "lyricism" have to do with spontaneously created music or free jazz? — No notated composition, no predetermined structure, no agreements on tempo, no solo order. The answers are on Heptagon.
  3. Jun 01,  · William Parker is a multi-artist, a poet who inspires me even before the recording starts. Recently, I was in the Park West Studios, recording with him, Matthew, Whit Dickey and Bobby Kapp, and from my booth, I could see him playing very close. I couldn’t take my eyes from him. He’s one of those musicians who opens your appetite to play.
  4. Over the past few years, Brazilian tenor sax luminary Ivo Perelman has been releasing albums in clusters based on themes / approaches: The Art of the Improv Trio, Vol. 1—Vol. 6 and The Art of Perelman-(Matthew) Shipp Vol. 1—Vol. 7 and Heptagon is one of six new simultaneous releases. Here, Perelman appears with longtime affiliates, pianist Matthew Shipp, bassist William Parker and .
  5. Ivo Perelman/Matthew Shipp: The Art of Perelman-Shipp, Volume 2: Tarvos (Leo) Third member here is veteran drummer Bobby Kapp, who belatedly came to my attention as Shipp's partner on their duo album, Cactus. The drummer kicks up the energy .
  6. Oct 02,  · Ivo Perelman and Matthew Shipp just can’t quit each other. A long-running musical collaboration that’s produced a discography that’s already longer than the entire catalog of many a prominent jazz musician just got expanded by three and a half hours with the recent release of Efflorescence, Volume This wasn’t supposed to happen, or so I thought.
  7. Kapp and Shipp are on Perelman's Leo album Tarvos, Parker and Shipp have made multiple albums with Perelman, and this is even the second time out for this quartet, after 's Heptagon (Leo). Somehow, though, their interplay remains fresh. Of course each player has particular gestures and general textures that recur from time to time, but.
  8. The passionately ingenious Brazilian tenor saxophonist Ivo Perelman enjoys a unique partnership with the brilliantly eclectic pianist Matthew Shipp that stretches back more than two decades and encompasses more than 30 recordings. These document the ever-expanding extent of their seemingly mystical connection. Now, in their most ambitious project to date, Perelman and Shipp present The.
  9. Shipp was a longtime member of saxophonist David S. Ware's quartet with bassist William Parker and alternating drummers. He has recorded or performed with many other musicians, including High Priest and Beans of Antipop Consortium, Michael Bisio, Guillermo E. Brown, Daniel Carter, Whit Dickey, Newman Taylor Baker, DJ Spooky, El-P, Susie.

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