1. Apr 18,  · Label: New Jazz - NJ ,New Jazz - NJLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Free Jazz, Post Bop, Modal Don Ellis - New Ideas /5(14).
  2. Check out New Ideas (Reissue) by The Don Ellis Quintet on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on terckoveaworkbuslapekamarimtamat.xyzinfo Natural H. (Album Version) Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 This recording dates from the early sixties before trumpeter Don Ellis launched his audacious big band and was leading an experimental /5(5).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of New Ideas on Discogs/5(3).
  4. The second, New Ideas (), was an exhilarating and compelling embrace of an even wider range of moods notable for the freshness, ingenuity and striking originality of its conception. Both albums employed only original Ellis compositions (with one by Byard). In contrast, the remaining performances feature Ellis mostly on standards.5/5(1).
  5. Feb 28,  · album: new ideas On this quintet set for Prestige (with vibraphonist Al Francis, pianist Jaki Byard, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Charlie Persip), Don Ellis experiments .
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  7. “Despair to Hope” from New Ideas featuresimprovisation based on an emotional framework, rather than a musical one. Ellis provided a detailed explanation of his approach in the album’s liner notes: “The inspiration for ‘Despair to Hope’ came while listening to a John Cage concert.
  8. Listen free to Don Ellis – New Ideas (Natural H., Despair to Hope and more). 8 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at terckoveaworkbuslapekamarimtamat.xyzinfo
  9. This release contains the complete original album New Ideas (New Jazz NJLP), Don Ellis’ third album as a leader, on which he is the only horn backed by Al Francis on vibes, Jaki Byard on piano, Ron Carter on bass, and Charlie Persip on drums. An extremely rare version of “It Don’t Mean a Thing” pairing Ellis with Zoot Sims in a quintet format, has been added as a bonus.

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