We Are All Indebted To Each Other - Kidd Jordan - On Fire (CD, Album)


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2011
Label: Engine Studios - e042 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Free Jazz


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9 thoughts on “ We Are All Indebted To Each Other - Kidd Jordan - On Fire (CD, Album)

  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for On Fire - Kidd Jordan on AllMusic -
  2. I haven't heard this CD yet, but I will soon. I have heard all these great musicians and admire their creative efforts. Kidd Jordan, along with pianist Joel Futterman, bassist William Parker, and drummer Alvin Fielder have just released an artist produced CD of their dynamic performance at September's Guelph Jazz Festival in Toronto.2/5(2).
  3. Mar 22,  · On the "We Are All Indebted To Each Other" his plaintive tone is emotionally uplifting with hints of melancholy not unlike a spiritual. His insistent "The Evil Eye" resembles a Native American chant, opening with drummer Warren Smith 's sonorous roar and featuring Harrison Bankhead 's earthy, alternating arco and pizzicato bass. Smith's polyphonic percussion casts a hypnotic spell with a .
  4. Kidd Jordan On Fire, released 11 October 1. Officer, that Big Knife Cuts My Sax Reeds 2. The Evil Eye 3. We Are All Indebted To Each Other 4. Harrison Carries the Coffin Out Kidd Jordan: Tenor Saxophone Harrison Bankhead: Bass Warren Smith: Drums and vibes.
  5. Kidd Jordan. Label: Engine Released: Views: 1, Track Listing. Officer, that Big Knife Cuts My Sax Reeds; The Evil Eye; We Are All Indebted To Each Other; Harrison .
  6. When Smith plays his vibraphone on the beautiful track “We Are All Indebted to Each Other,” he and Jordan give the music a pretty, ethereal sound that would be .
  7. Saxophonist Kidd Jordan is no doubt one of the most under-recorded artists in free jazz, and this despite his age, musical skills and vision. His "Palm Of Soul" from was one of the best albums of the year in many lists, including mine and rightly so. Now, five years later, we find him back in the company of Warren Smith on vibes and drums, and Harrison Bankhead on bass, two musicians .
  8. Dec 09,  · “We Are All Indebted to Each Other" and “Harrison Carries Out the Coffin" add shimmering vibraphone to the picture performances that have atmospheres of strangeness or secrecy in their performance.

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