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Bob Brookmeyer - Portrait Of The Artist


1961
Label: Atlantic - SD 1320 • Format: Vinyl LP, Repress, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Contemporary Jazz
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The portrait that emerges from this disc reveals a trombonist with excellent technique, a smooth, pungent percussive wit, dark and buttery tone, down home stomping and slyly musical humor; a pianist who ranges from a basic, solid, four-square attack to a delightfully airy way; a composer who is Get Back To Work - ANS - Success At Last conscious of the foundations of jazz; and an arranger who mainly writes Bob Brookmeyer - Portrait Of The Artist a heavy emphasis on a rolling swing, and occasionally blending it with impressionistic devices, but always with strength and simplicity.

In a revealing insight, Nat Hentoff considered that Brookmeyer has opened himself to jazz of all eras. He has absorbed, tested, and selected from the whole reservoir of autobiographies in sound that is the jazz language, those elements he felt relevant to his own experience in living and telling his history of jazz.

He has not limited himself to any one era, school or attitude, preferring to filter all of jazz through his emotions rather than remain a parochial hipster.

Brookmeyer and Fuller display contrasting Bob Brookmeyer - Portrait Of The Artist while blending together quite well on the ensembles. Add to cart. Add to wishlist. No customer reviews yet. Login to leave your impressions! Info Tracklist Album details Press The portrait that emerges from this disc reveals a trombonist with excellent technique, a smooth, pungent percussive wit, dark and buttery tone, down home stomping and slyly musical humor; a pianist who ranges from a basic, solid, four-square attack to a delightfully airy way; a composer who is strongly conscious of the foundations of jazz; and an arranger who mainly writes with a heavy emphasis on a rolling swing, and occasionally blending it with impressionistic devices, but always with strength and simplicity.

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  1. Bob Brookmeyer ‎– Portrait Of The Artist. Label: London Records ‎– LTZ-K , London Atlantic ‎– LTZ-K /5(1).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Portrait Of The Artist on Discogs.
  3. "This interesting LP matches together valve trombonist Bob Brookmeyer with the slide trombone of Curtis Fuller. Four songs use a modern rhythm section (pianist Wynton Kelly, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Paul Motian) while the other four have a strong Count Basie feel (with trumpeters Thad Jones and Joe Newman, pianist Hank Jones, bassist Ed Jones and drummer Charlie Persip .
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  5. Bob Brookmeyer ‎– Portrait Of The Artist Label: London Records ‎– SAH-K , London Records ‎– SAH-K, London Atlantic ‎– SAH-K , London Atlantic ‎– SAH-K/5(1).
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  7. Aug 13,  · The portrait that emerges from this disc reveals a trombonist with excellent technique, a smooth, pungent percussive wit, dark and buttery tone, down home stomping and slyly musical humor; a pianist who ranges from a basic, solid, four-square attack to a delightfully airy way; a composer who is strongly conscious of the foundations of jazz; and 5/5(1).

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