Intuition is the second album by American jazz trumpeter Wallace Roney which was recorded in 1988 and released on the Muse label. All compositions by Wallace Roney except where noted. Intuition" (Cindy Blackman) − 5:43. Opus One Point Five" (Ron Carter) − 5:40. Sometimes My Heart Cries" (Blackman) − 5:34.
Trumpeter Wallace Roney's debut as a leader at the age of 26 occurred when he was a member of Tony Williams' Quintet. In fact, Williams is the drummer on this quintet set which also features tenor saxophonist Gary Thomas, pianist Mulgrew Miller and bassist Charnett Moffett. The group performs originals by Roney, Williams and two by Cindy Blackman, plus the standard "Blue in Green. The music is essentially advanced hard bop, with Roney as usual often sounding a bit tonewise like his hero Miles Davis.
Third Plane" became one of Carter's most renowned compositions, while "Jessica" was originally featured on the 1969 Hancock album Fat Albert Rotunda.
Artist: Wallace Roney Title Of Album: The Wallace Roney Quintet Year Of Release: 1996 Label: Warner Bros9362-45914-2 Genre: Jazz, Hard Bop Format: MP3 Quality: Lossl. Bass – Clarence Seay Drums – Eric Allen Piano – Carlos McKinney Saxophone – Antoine Roney Trumpet – Wallace Roney.
Wallace Roney is known for his lyrical trumpet playing, similar sounding to Miles Davis lyrical trumpet playing. Listening to this disc I hear further exploration of 60' concept of Davis, Shorter, Hancock, Williams, Carter (played under Miles Davis Quintet) - the albums like Miles Smiles, Neffertiti, Sorcerer etc. The concept that was abandoned for many years (though sometimes played by VSOP Quintet). So, it is almost sure that this is not going to be Wallace Roney s best selling album for people who like to listen deeper and for those who liked 60 s Miles Davis Quintet highly recommended. Being aware of situation in music industry I thank Wallace Roney for the courage. 5 people found this helpful.
00:00:00) Wallace Roney - Northern Lights. Wallace Roney - The Wallace Roney Quintet (1996) FLAC Warner Bros. 10 - Northern Lights. Wallace Roney - The Wallace Roney Quintet.
On June 23rd, the Wallace Roney Quintet played at the Regattabar in Boston. My only familiarity with the work of Wallace Roney was with the Miles Davis tribute band circa 1992, which was Miles’ Second Great Quintet minus Miles plus Roney, and Miles at Montreaux, where Roney played some of Miles’s harder trumpet parts from the Gil Evans collaboration. Next up was "Filles de Kilimanjaro", the Miles Davis/Gil Evans composition from the album of the same name, which segued into A Love Supreme (note: I had not heard the album which they were promoting, and the aforementioned piece is a medley from the album, now entitled Homage and Acknowledgement ). This piece signified the only time Antoine Roney used the bass clarinet, a disappointment considering his ability on the horn and the textures it supplies to the group’s sound.
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