|Performer:||Reform Art Quartet|
|Title:||On The Other Side (Dedicated To John Coltrane And Pablo Picasso)|
|Style:||Avant-garde Jazz, Free Jazz, Free Improvisation|
|Other format:||MP2 DMF AU WMA ADX MP3 MPC|
Matrix, Runout (A-side runout inscription): 117944 A1 JP. Matrix, Runout (B-side runout inscription): 117944 B1 JP. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Crescent is a 1964 studio album by jazz musician John Coltrane, released by Impulse! as A-66. Alongside Coltrane on tenor saxophone, the album features McCoy Tyner (piano), Jimmy Garrison (double bass) and Elvin Jones (drums) playing original Coltrane compositions. Coltrane does not solo at all on side two of the original LP; the ballad "Lonnie's Lament" instead features a long bass solo by Garrison.
Dedicated To John Coltrane And Pablo Picasso) (LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl). Category Country Year. Not On Label (Reform.
Impressions is a 1963 album of live and studio recordings by jazz musician John Coltrane. Tracks 1 and 3 were recorded live at the Village Vanguard in November 1961, while tracks 2 and 4 were recorded at Van Gelder Studio, respectively on September 18, 1962 and April 29, 1963. Track 5, "Dear Old Stockholm" did not appear on the original release, but appears on later reissues. The album was originally released in 1963 on the Impulse! label.
Dedicated to Connie Kay after his death, this concert LP, recorded in Slovenia in 1960, found the Modern Jazz Quartet (which included pianist John Lewis, vibraphonist Milt Jackson, and bassist Percy Heath) in surprisingly inspired form, playing their usual repertoire of the time. Highlights include a 23-minute medley of John Lewis compositions, "Bag's Groove," "It Don't Mean a Thing," "Django," "How High the Moon," and "Skating in Central Park.
Art Periods of Picasso. Biography of Picasso. Other Artists and Picasso. Picasso & Matisse. Picasso & Cezanne. Two Women Running on the Beach - by Pablo Picasso. Woman in an Armchair - by Pablo Picasso. Woman in Hat and Fur Collar - by Pablo Picasso.
Picasso's influence was profound and far-reaching for most of his life. His work in pioneering Cubism established a set of pictorial problems, devices, and approaches, which remained important well into the 1950s. Picasso's work is often categorized into periods. While the names of many of his later periods are debated, the most commonly accepted periods in his work are the Blue Period (1901–1904), the Rose Period (1904–1906), the African-influenced Period (1907–1909), Analytic Cubism (1909–1912), and Synthetic Cubism (1912–1919), also referred to as the Crystal period.
His creative styles transcend realism and abstraction, Cubism, Neoclassicism, Surrealism, and Expressionism. Picasso’s paintings from late 1901 to about the middle of 1904, referred to as his Blue Period, depict themes of poverty, loneliness, and despair. In Paris, he found dedicated patrons in American siblings Gertrude (1874–1946) and Leo (1872–1947) Stein, whose Saturday-evening salons in their home at 27, rue des Fleurus was an incubator for modern artistic and intellectual thought. At the Steins he met other artists living and working in the city-generally referred to as the School of Paris-such as Henri Matisse (1869–1954).
|117944||Reform Art Quartet||On The Other Side (Dedicated To John Coltrane And Pablo Picasso) (LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl)||Not On Label (Reform Art Quartet Self-released)||117944||Austria||2015|