Microscopic Septet - Been Up So Long It Looks Like Down To Me: The Micros Play The Blues album FLAC
07 - When It's Getting Dark. 08 - Simple-Minded Blues. 05 - Migraine Blues (for Wendlyn Alter). 04 - Don't Mind If I D. lac. 13 - I've Got A Right To Cr. 02 - Blues Cubistico. 09 - After You, Joel. Been Up So Long It Looks Like Down To M. og. ue.
Off Beat Glory is a eclectic fusion music album recording by THE MICROSCOPIC SEPTET released in 1986 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 Brooklyn In The Fifties 5:23 A2 Baghdad Blues 4:33 A3 Crepuscule With Nellie 5:12 A4 In The Mission 7:31 B1 March Of The Video Reptiles 2:37 B2 I Saw You In Utah (Idaho) 5:11 B3 I Am The Police 3:55 B4 By You, Do You Mean You. Or Me? 6:57. Been Up So Long It Looks Like Down To Me: The Micros Play The Blues CUNEIFORM RECORDS 2017. Manhattan Moonrise CUNEIFORM RECORDS 2017.
The Microscopic Septet is a jazz septet, founded in 1980 by saxophonist Phillip Johnston. They played frequently in New York City, toured, and recorded until they disbanded in 1992. In late 2006, when their four albums were re-released along with previously unreleased material as two double CDs, they reformed for several performances. They performed again in the United States and Europe in December 2007, and have reunited for performances in New York City almost every year since, most recently at The Owl in Brooklyn (5/22/16) . Been Up So Long It Looks Like Down To Me: The Micros Play The Blues" (2017) Cuneiform Records. List of experimental big bands.
Saxophonist Phillip Johnston founded The Microscopic Septet in 1980 when the group briefly counted John Zorn as one of its members. They recorded four albums and were a regular presence in New York's downtown scene before disbanding in 1992. In 2006 Cuneiform Records re-released the four albums leading to the reformation of the group and presently, to their new release Been Up So Long It Looks Like Down to Me: The Micros Play the Blues. Johnston and pianist Joel Forrester, saxophonist Dave Sewelson and bassist Dave Hofstra were all members of the original group
Migraine Blues (for Wendlyn Alter) (4:51) 06. PJ In The 60s (6:22) 07. When It's. From their first regular gigs in 1981, it was clear that the Microscopic Septet sounded and acted differently than most bands in the New York jazz scene. Combining their basic reed and rhythm lineup with eclectic compositions and soloing, the Micros were neither jazz classicists nor strictly avant-garde, but something more unregimented. In 2010 the band was back with its second Cuneiform album, Friday the Thirteenth: The Micros Play Monk, featuring imaginative arrangements of 12 Thelonious Monk tunes, and four years later the Micros returned with their third Cuneiform outing, 2014's Manhattan Moonrise, comprising original material composed and arranged by Forrester or Johnston. Been Up So Long It Looks Like Down to Me: The Micros Play the Blues, followed in 2017.
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Been Up So Long It Looks Like Down to Me: The Micros Play the Blues THE MICROSCOPIC SEPTET. The Great Un-American Songbook: Volumes I & II THE ED PALERMO BIG BAND. Hoping Against Hope THINKING PLAGUE. Manhattan Moonrise THE MICROSCOPIC SEPTET. Tikkun RICHARD PINHAS and OREN AMBARCHI. Welcome in the Void RICHARD PINHAS and YOSHIDA TATSUYA.
Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me is a novel by Richard Fariña. First published in the United States in 1966 the novel, based largely on Fariña's college experiences and travels, is a comic picaresque story that is set in the Western United States, in Cuba during the Cuban Revolution, and at an upstate New York university. The name of the protagonist is Gnossos Pappadopoulis, a modern Odysseus.
|4||Don't Mind If I Do||4:25|
|5||Migraine Blues (for Wendlyn Alter)||4:50|
|6||PJ in the 60s||6:21|
|7||When It's Getting Dark||4:34|
|9||After You, Joel||2:28|
|10||12 Angry Birds||4:26|
|13||I've Got a Right to Cry||3:16|
|14||When It's Getting Dark (alternate ending)||0:17|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Phillip Johnston
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Cuneiform Records
- Recorded At – Tedesco Studios
- Published By – Jedible Music
- Published By – Way Real Music
- Published By – Nanohits, Inc.
- Alto Saxophone – Don Davis
- Baritone Saxophone – Dave Sewelson
- Bass – David Hofstra
- Drums – Richard Dworkin
- Engineer [Assistant] – Tom Tedesco*
- Engineer [Engineered By], Mixed By, Mastered By – Jon Rosenberg
- Graphic Design – Bill Ellsworth
- Photography By – Greg Cristman
- Piano – Joel Forrester
- Producer [Produced By] – Phillip Johnston
- Soprano Saxophone – Phillip Johnston
- Tenor Saxophone – Michael Hashim
- Written-By – Joe Liggins (tracks: 13), Joel Forrester (tracks: 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 12), Phillip Johnston (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 7, 10, 11, 14)
NotesRecorded May 24–25, 2016 at Tedesco Studios.
Tracks 1, 2, 4, 7, 10, 11 published by Jedible Music (BMI)
Tracks 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 12 published by Way Real Music (BMI)
Cover Art: Kaz
(C) 2017 Phillip Johnston
(P) 2017 Cuneiform Records
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 43775 04252 7
- Rights Society: BMI
|Rune 425||The Microscopic Septet*||Been Up So Long It Looks Like Down To Me: The Micros Play The Blues (CD, Album, Promo)||Cuneiform Records||Rune 425||US||2017|