so we’re all hunkered down, aren’t we? arthur’s has cancelled all shows, not that anyone would have gone. i’ve cancelled a trip. a good time to listen to some jazz at home. hope you’re in the mood for a bit of brass: saxes, trumpet, trombone and more. and once again, led by a drummer. enjoy!
mario pavone / orange double tenor septet
monday, july 8, 2013 – 7:30 – 9:10 pm
bushnell park – hartford
mario pavone / orange double tenor septet with
jimmy greene, tenor and soprano saxophones;
noah preminger, tenor saxophone;
dave ballou, trumpet, flugelhorn, cornet;
peter mceachern, trombone;
peter madsen, piano; austria
steve johns, drums;
mario pavone, bass / compositions
01 introductions from stage
02 strata blue 10:41
03 intros 1:41
04 tolls 10:04
05 intros 4:45
06 skypiece 12:11
07 closing credits 0:46
01 introductions from stage 2:00
03 10:06 ( 9:10 early end due to heavy rain. )
04 radio outro 1:41
monday night jazz in bushnell park
presented by the hartford jazz society
lineage: fm wwuh 91.3>yamaha tuner t-70>au 55>usb>audacity>tlh>flac16. taperchuck3/cosmicchucky
comments fits on 1 cd
opening set 6-7 pm: rahstet – a rahsaan roland kirk inspired sextet.
notes from show announcement:
mario pavone, a bassist and composer, has collaborated with both legendary innovators
and today’s most respected young musicians to consistently define the cutting edge of jazz for the past 40 years.
pavone has anchored the trios of paul bley (1968-72), bill dixon (1980’s),
and the late thomas chapin (1990-97), and co-led a variety of notable ensembles.
unlike most artists whose careers span five decades, his most recent recordings are his most widely acclaimed,
appearing on best-of-the-year lists from slate.com, allaboutjazz.com, allaboutjazz-new york, coda,
the village voice, and the new york times among others.