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Paul Motian - Conception Vessel FLAC album


Performer: Paul Motian
Genre: Jazz
Title: Conception Vessel
Style: Free Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
FLAC version ZIP size: 1987 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1304 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1143 mb
Rating: 4.9
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Joe Lovano, Paul Motian, and Bill Frisell in Rome. Background information. Motian's final album as bandleader was The Windmills of Your Mind, featuring Bill Frisell, Thomas Morgan and Petra Haden Box set releases. CAM Jazz released a box set titled Paul Motian in September 2010. This set compiles the six albums that Motian recorded for ECM between 1972 and 1984; Conception Vessel, Tribute, Dance, Le Voyage, Psalm and It Should've Happened a Long Time Ago. Posthumous releases. The first posthumous release to feature Motian was Sunrise by the Masabumi Kikuchi Trio (with Thomas Morgan), released in March 2012 by ECM.

Tribute is the second album by Paul Motian to be released on the ECM label. It was released in 1974 and features performances by Motian with Carlos Ward, Charlie Haden, Paul Metzke, and Sam Brown

Paul Motian ‎– Conception Vessel. Label: ECM Records ‎– ECM 1028 ST. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Recorded on November 25, 26 1972 at Butterfly and Sound Ideas Studios, New York City. Paul Motian plays Paiste cymbals and a 22'' Paiste symphony gong. Music published by Yazgol Publ. BMI. An ECM Production ℗ 1973 ECM Records GmbH.

Conception Vessel is the debut album by Paul Motian released on the ECM label in 1973. It was recorded on November 25 & 26 1972 at Butterfly and Sound Ideas Studios, New York City, and features performances by Motian with Keith Jarrett, Charlie Haden, Leroy Jenkins, Sam Brown and Becky Friend. It includes ambitious cuts with guitarist Sam Brown and also features pianist Keith Jarrett.

Conception Vessel Paul Motian. This album has an average beat per minute of 116 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 79/171 BPM). Tracklist Conception Vessel.

Conception Vessel is no exception to that rule. Motian's first two albums for ECM (Conception Vessel & Tribute) remind me of Tony Williams's two 60s albums for Blue Note; in each case, an extremely innovative drummer showed off his chops as a composer, and at the same time broke stereotypes about what a drummer-led session should sound like. Not unlike Williams's debut (Life Time), Conception Vessel includes an array of different lineups. Two of the tracks include a trio of Motian, Charlie Haden and the underrated guitarist Sam Brown.