Tales (8 Whisps)

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  1. Faegal says:
    Tales (8 Whisps). Cecil Taylor Trio (Cecil Taylor-p/bells, Alan Silva-b, Andrew Cyrille-d). From Unit Structures. 5/19/ “The jazz school that came to be called avant-garde was first known by other names, few of them neutral. One critic coined the term “anti-jazz” to attack its apparent rejection of mainstream jazz.
  2. Dajas says:
    February 3 at AM· 'Unit Structures', Cecil Taylor's first album on Blue Note, was released in The album was accompanied with an essay written by Taylor, titled 'Sound Structure of Subculture Becoming Major Breath/Naked Fire Gesture'. The shortest tune on the album was 'Tales (8 Whisps)', which was seven minutes long.
  3. Tular says:
    After several years off records, pianist Cecil Taylor finally had an opportunity to document his music of the mid-'60s on two Blue Note albums (the other one was Conquistador).Taylor's high-energy atonalism fit in well with the free jazz of the period but he was actually leading the .
  4. Duhn says:
    Cecil Percival Taylor (New York City, March 25, – April 5, ) was an American pianist, composer and thorgabandispewieldlalen.xyzinfo Taylor is generally acknowledged to be one of the pioneers and great innovative sources of free thorgabandispewieldlalen.xyzinfocally trained, his music is characterized by an extremely energetic, physical approach, producing complex improvised sounds, frequently involving tone clusters and.
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  7. Moogunos says:
    Next up is "Unit Structures," a playful dance between piano and horns that is fueled by the kinetic undercurrent of Grimes' bass and Cyrille's drums. They close out the provocative Newport set with a volatile trio number "Tales (8 Whisps)," which showcases Cyrille's dynamic and highly interactive approach to the kit.

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