Category Archives: mp3

Ambrose Akinmusire - A Rift In Decorum: Live At The Village Vanguard

Posted on by

7 thoughts on “ Ambrose Akinmusire - A Rift In Decorum: Live At The Village Vanguard

  1. Jul 04,  · Live recordings at the venerable Village Vanguard are immediately part of a storied tradition. Fully aware of the spirit of the place, trumpeter/composer Ambrose Akinmusire brought his longtime quartet with pianist Sam Harris, bassist Harish Raghavan and drummer Justin Brown —but he took the unusual step of performing all new, original compositions.
  2. Jun 09,  · A Rift In Decorum: Live At The Village Vanguard. Ambrose Akinmusire June 9, Jazz ℗ Blue Note Records. Add to Wishlist. FREE TRIAL. The Imagined Savior is Far Easier to Paint is the third studio album by American jazz trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire. The album was released on March 10,
  3. An expansive two-disc concert album, Ambrose Akinmusire's effort, A Rift in Decorum: Live at the Village Vanguard, is a sophisticated production on par with his previous studio recordings. Rather than returning to those familiar surroundings for his fourth album, Akinmusire instead brought his quartet to the Vanguard along with a set of newly penned original compositions.8/
  4. Jun 09,  · Ambrose Akinmusire Quartet - A Rift In Decorum: Live At The Village Vanguard [2 CD] A Rift In Decorum: Live At The Village Vanguard I've heard some of the tracks live - I remember for example, an extraordinary version of Umteyo in Chicago last year - and I find the download just doesn't do full justice to how good these guys are live. 4/4(9).
  5. Jun 08,  · Ambrose Akinmusire’s A Rift In Decorum: Live At The Village Vanguard only drifts into free jazz momentarily. It never goes as far with it as Coltrane did on First Meditations, let alone during the hour-long version of “My Favorite Things” on Live In Japan.
  6. Jun 09,  · Ambrose Akinmusire A rift in Decorum With his expansive new double-album A Rift in Decorum: Live at the Village Vanguard, Akinmusire reaches a new pinnacle: he and his longtime bandmates Sam Harris (piano), Harish Raghavan (bass) and Justin Brown (drums) join a distinguished strata of jazz artists who’ve made live recordings in the hallowed New York City venue.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *