Into The Wild Hills - Jazz Album 2018 album FLAC
- Performer: Into The Wild Hills
- Title: Jazz Album 2018
- Genre: Jazz
- Formats: TTA WMA DXD DMF MIDI VOC AC3
- Released: 2018
- Style: Contemporary Jazz
- MP3 album: 1516 mb
- FLAC album: 1157 mb
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 562
In 2018, jazz continued to surge into new zones, with up-and-comers like Chicago’s Makaya McCraven and London’s Nubya Garcia and Shabaka Hutchings stirring up serious street-level buzz. Meanwhile, the old guard kept right on pushing, as master musicians in their seventies and eighties - from saxophonists Wayne Shorter, Charles Lloyd and Peter Brötzmann to drummer Andrew Cyrille - turned in outstanding, challenging work
Users' Highest Rated Jazz Albums of 2018. The Best Albums of 2018. MORE GENRES: Alternative R&B. 77. The Soft Cavalry.
10. Aruán Ortiz, Don Byron, Random Dances and (A)tonalities (Intakt). But Esperanza Spalding continues to boldly bring the music into the digital realm with the brilliant 12 Little Spells. Doing Beyoncé's Lemonade one better, the bassist's video album - which was released at one song a day for 12 days starting on October 7th - is a breathtaking audiovisual experience based on the human anatomy, and accentuated by journeys into both George Duke and Joni Mitchell territories with graceful swagger. 4. Makaya McCraven, Universal Beings (International Anthem)
The new album follows the band’s eponymous 2016 debut. A press statement reads that with Thought You Knew, the musical collaboration takes a big step up in terms of production, musical ideas, and execution. Blending sweet hook-laden vocal lines with warm and lush arrangements, the music is infectious, delicate, and tasteful. Descansado: Songs of Films is a creative journey into the world of cinema with new arrangements by Klaus Gesing and Glauco Venier of music by such composers as Nino Rota, Ennio Morricone, and Michel Legrand that was featured in the films of such directors as Martin Scorsese, Wim Wenders, Franco Zeffirelli and more. Several of the arrangements incorporate new words by Norma Winstone who, in addition to being one of the great jazz singers, has long been a sensitive lyricist.
Into the Wild is the 23rd studio album by the British rock band Uriah Heep. It was first released in Japan on 12 April 2011 by Universal Music Japan with 12 tracks on SHM-CD and in Europe by Frontiers Records on 15 April 2011 with 11 tracks on a regular CD; the album was released on 3 May 2011 in America. A video for the single "Nail on the Head" was released to promote this album
The album, inspired by a children’s book of slavery-related folk tales, ends with a stunningly soulful version of Curtis Mayfield’s Here But I’m Gone. HEAR IT: this site Apple Music. 4 Various Artists – We Out Here (Brownswood). This compilation, produced by Shabaka Hutchings, serves as an easy introduction to the booming London jazz scene circa 2018. Apparently, the linchpin of the whole operation is not Hutchings himself, but fellow saxophonist Nubya Garcia, who plays on five of its nine tracks
In 2018, the jazz world saw important releases by revered elders like drummer Andrew Cyrille, trumpeter Eddie Henderson and Wayne Shorter along with impressive outings by talented newcomers deserving of wider recognition like bassist Carlos Hernandez, saxophonist JD Allen and rranger Michael Leonhart. An epic journey into the creative mind of the 85-year-old genius. 5. Michael Leonhart Orchestra: The Painted Lady Suite Leonhart took a major leap forward as arranger/conductor for Nels Cline’s 2016 Blue Note debut, Lovers.
Under Francis' rules, an album recorded more than 10 years ago must be considered "historical," even if the music has never before been released. Since Jarrett's La Fenice and Haden/Mehldau's Long Ago were recorded in 2006 and 2007, respectively, I had to scratch them off the list (though I put Jarrett down as the Historical Album, behind the Davis-Coltrane). To fill in the gap, I listed, as and two duet albums: Ethan Iverson & Mark Turner, Temporary Kings (ECM, CD or LP); and Mary Halvorson (with Bill Frisell), The Maid with the Flaxen Hair (Tzadik). But don't let this deter your purchase if you're into this music: the sound is still good, the balance is clear, and vibe is at once hot and cool. As for the Historical Albums, the Garner's sonics are fairly good; recorded from what seems to be a mid-hall perspective at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, it's a bit muffled, but the music is amazing.
His album Heaven and Earth is a wild journey into the modern spiritual jazz sound, made with virtuoso band members that Kamasi has been playing with in Los Angeles since he was born. I invented a new word this year to describe the joy of his live show and everyone who's seen him play gets it, because once you’ve been 'Kamasi'd', you’ll never be the same again. Here's the full list of what each presenter chose and when you can hear that album: Mark Radcliffe: Loma – Loma (1 December).
|1||The Pearl Of Scandinavia||7:33|
|2||Smell Of The Dog||5:36|
|4||In An Orderly Six-eight Fashion||5:13|
|5||The Big Idea At 4:20 (In The Morning)||9:02|
|6||Sax Fifth Avenue||5:51|
- Recorded At – Norges Musikkhøgskole
- Mixed At – Holand Sound
- Mastered At – Holand Sound
- Bass – Christian Meaas Svendsen
- Composed By [All Compositions By] – Morten Halle
- Drums – Andreas Wildhagen
- Illustration, Graphic Design – Ingrid Eielsen Halle, Jeppe Sophus Lai
- Piano – Helge Lien
- Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – Ulf Holand
- Saxophone [Saxophones], Flute – Morten Halle
- Trumpet – Gunnar Halle
NotesRecorded at the Norwegian Academy of Music 8-9 January 2016. Mixed and mastered at Holandsound Studios.
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