Gil Evans - Priestess FLAC album
Style: Contemporary Jazz
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Priestess is a live album by jazz composer, arranger, conductor and keyboardist Gil Evans recorded in 1977 and performed by Evans with an orchestra featuring David Sanborn, Arthur Blythe, Lew Soloff, and George Adams.
Composed By – Billy HarperSoloist, Alto Saxophone – Arthur Blythe, David SanbornSoloist, Trumpet – Lew Soloff. Priestess (LP, Album).
After the success of his studio sessions of the early to mid-'70s, Gil Evans primarily recorded live in concert during the remainder of his career. This is one of the better sets, for although two of the four selections are over 12 minutes long ("Priestess" exceeds 19 1/2 minutes), the music is generally under control.
Gil Evans chronology. Gil Evans Live at the Royal Festival Hall London 1978.
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Alto Saxophone – Arthur Blythe, David SanbornTrumpet – Lew SoloffWritten-By – Billy Harper
Alto Saxophone – David SanbornWritten-By – John Simon
Written-By – Masabumi Kikuchi
|4||Orange Was The Colour Of Her Dress Then Silk Blue
Tenor Saxophone – George AdamsWritten-By – Charles Mingus
- Remixed At – Generation Sound Studios
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Records Inc.
- Glass Mastered At – Nimbus
- Alto Saxophone – Arthur Blythe, David Sanborn
- Arranged By – Gil Evans
- Bass – Steve Neil
- Cover [Design] – Peter Corriston
- Drums – Susan Evans*
- Engineer – Bud Graham, Lou Jannone, Russ Payne
- Executive-Producer [Executive Director] – Ron Goldstein*
- French Horn – John Clark
- Guitar – Keith Loving
- Mastered By – George Marino
- Mixed By [Remixed By] – Tony May
- Photography By – Deborah Feingold
- Piano – Gil Evans
- Producer – John Simon
- Producer [Production Assistant] – Bob Kuttruf
- Synthesizer, Clavinet – Pete Levin
- Tenor Saxophone – George Adams
- Trombone – Jimmy Knepper
- Trumpet – Ernie Royal, Marvin "Hannibal" Peterson*
- Trumpet, Trumpet [Piccolo] – Lew Soloff
- Tuba – Robert Stewart*, Howard Johnson
NotesRecorded Live at St. George Church, NYC, May 13, 1977 by CBS Mobile
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5014474871733
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|UCCU-90131||Gil Evans||Priestess (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Antilles||UCCU-90131||Japan||2015|
|AN 1010||Gil Evans||Priestess (LP, Album)||Antilles||AN 1010||UK||1983|
|J33D-20001||Gil Evans||Priestess = プリースティス (CD, Album)||Antilles||J33D-20001||Japan||1985|
|I·205107, I-205.107||Gil Evans||Priestess (LP, Album)||Antilles, Antilles||I·205107, I-205.107||Spain||1983|