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Phil Woods & Vic Juris - Songs One (2015)

23-11-2015, 18:19
Music | Jazz


Artist:
Title: Songs One
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Philology Jazz Records
Genre: Jazz
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 59:05
Total Size: 138 MB
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Tracklist:
1. Golden Earrings (5:30)
2. I Heard You Cried Last Night (4:08)
3. Long Ago & Far Away (5:02)
4. I'll Never Be The Same (4:29)
5. Who Cares (5:37)
6. What'll I Do (3:57)
7. Lover Man (5:02)
8. Suppertime (6:45)
9. Why Did I Choose You (5:18)
10. Gone With The Wind (5:30)
11. These Foolish Things (4:52)
12. I'll Never Stop Loving You (2:51)

Phill Woods:
One of the true masters of the bop vocabulary, Phil Woods had his own sound beginning in the mid-'50s and stuck to his musical guns throughout a remarkably productive career. There was never a doubt that he was one of the top alto saxophonists in jazz, and he lost neither his enthusiasm nor his creativity through the years.

Woods' first alto was left to him by an uncle, and he started playing seriously when he was 12. He gigged and studied locally until 1948, when he moved to New York. Woods studied with Lennie Tristano, at the Manhattan School of Music, and at Juilliard, where he majored in clarinet. He worked with Charlie Barnet (1954), Jimmy Raney (1955), George Wallington, the Dizzy Gillespie Orchestra, Buddy Rich (1958-1959), Quincy Jones (1959-1961), and Benny Goodman (for BG's famous 1962 tour of the Soviet Union), but mostly headed his own groups after 1955, including co-leadership of a combo with fellow altoist Gene Quill in the '50s logically known as "Phil & Quill." Woods, who married the late Charlie Parker's former wife Chan in the 1950s (and became the stepfather to singer Kim Parker), was sometimes thought of as "the new Bird" due to his brilliance in bop settings, but he never really sounded like a copy of Parker.

Vic Juris:
His guitar playing first began to attract attention in the early and mid-70s thanks to appearances and recordings with Phil Woods, Dizzy Gillespie, and Miroslav Vitous. Subsequently, he became part of the jazz fusion movement by joining keyboardist Barry Miles' group and also performing in duets with guitarist Larry Coryell. Vics ability to play in acoustic and electric jazz formats without loss of integrity ensured popular acceptance. Juris has also recorded and performed with: David Liebman, Freddie Hubbard, Gary Peacock, John Abercrombie, Bireli Lagrene and Lee Konitz to name a few.

Vic plays with fluent lyricism, choosing to seduce his listeners with subtle phrasing and engaging harmonies. Not surprisingly, therefore, his playing of ballads is particularly attractive, allowing the romantic element to blossom. In addition to his inventive playing, Juris has also composed many songs, some of which he has recorded on the Steeplechase Record Label.


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