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This is the discography for Canadian jazz musician Paul Bley. With Jakob Bro. 2011: Bro/Knak. 1961: Out of Nowhere (Candid, 1988). 1962: Essence (Pacific Jazz). 1996: Something About Water. With Jimmy Giuffre and Steve Swallow. 1961: The Jimmy Giuffre 3 – Fusion (Verve). 1961: The Jimmy Giuffre 3 – Thesis (Verve; remixed re-release by ECM together with Fusion, 1992). 1961: Jimmy Giuffre Trio Live in Europe 1961 (Raretone, 1984).
As for the quality of the playing, fans of the pianist would want to hope this is not typical, as this date comes off as kind of uninspired. Of the two pieces, "Blood" is the more aggressive, and Bley seems to lack energy here.
Introducing Paul Bley (Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-201-2). Paul Bley, piano; Charles Mingus, bass; Art Blakey, drums. NYC, November 30, 1953. Various Artists - . Album II (Mercury (J) SNP 131). Paul Bley, piano; Percy Heath, bass; Al Levitt, drums. Fine Sound Studios, NYC, February 3, 1954. Paul Bley In Haarlem - Blood (Freedom (E) FLP 40151). Paul Bley, piano; Mark Levinson, bass; Barry Altschul, drums. Hildebrandzaal", Haarlem, Netherlands, November 4, 1966. Mister Joy. part of Arista Freedom AL 1901.
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Paul Bley Trio - Paul Bley (p); Mark Levinson (b); Barry Altschul (dr). Recorded live at "Hildebrandzzal", Haarlem, NL, . 1. The most relevant stages in Paul Bley’s musical works were however his trio formations. The bassists Steve Swallow, Eddie Gomez, Kent Carter or Mark Levinson and the drummers Pete LaRoca, Barry Altschul or Paul Motian played with him. This live recording at a concert in Haarlem, Holland is a good example at the "mastery" at a Paul Bley trio. Paul Bley - Live In Haarlem (1966).
Paul Bley's In Haarlem, recorded in november 1966, contains two compositions and they are both hers: Blood and Mr Joy. Paul Bley's Ballads (ECM, 1971), recorded in 1967, contains three compositions that are all written by Peacock: Ending, Circles and So Hard it Hurts. Two new Peacock compositions debut on Virtuosi, in june 1967: Butterflies and Gary. Ballads (1967) contains the 17-minute Ending and the 12-minute So Hard It Hurts. Turning Point (IAI, 1968) repeats Mr Joy and Kid Dynamite. Paul Bley with Gary Peacock (ECM) repeats Gary and Albert's Love Theme. Peacock compositions would continue to appear on Bley's albums. For example, Bley's classic solo piano album Open To Love (ECM, 1972) is titled after Peacock's Open To Love. Translation by/ Tradotto da xxx). Se sei interessato a tradurre questo testo, contattami. Peacock's first solo album, I'm The One (RCA, 1972), offers blues ballads that are transfigured by dark and intimate premonitions.
The second Paul Bley live album is more interesting than it is great. Recorded in 1958, it has a bootleg quality,surprisingly clear sound, but a terrible one mic mix. The most intriguing thing with this album is the fact that the music on here is one of the earliest existing Ornette Coleman live recordings!
|623 258||Paul Bley||In Haarlem - Blood (LP, Album)||International Polydor Production||623 258||Germany||1967|
|FLP 40151||Paul Bley||In Haarlem (LP, Album)||Freedom||FLP 40151||Japan||1974|
|32JDF-187||Paul Bley||In Haarlem - Blood (CD, Album, RE)||Freedom||32JDF-187||Japan||1988|
|874752-2||Paul Bley||Live In Haarlem (CD, Album, RE)||Jazz Colours, Da Music||874752-2||Germany||1999|
|TKCB-71620||Paul Bley||In Haarlem - Blood (CD, Album, RE)||Freedom||TKCB-71620||Japan||1999|