John Scofield - Past Present FLAC album
Title: Past Present
FLAC version ZIP size: 1481 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1206 mb
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Past Present (CD, Album, SHM). 0602547384157, 473 841-5. Past Present (CD, Album, Unofficial). John Scofield - Chap Dance 5:26. John Scofield - Mr. Puffy 5:06.
Scofield's 2010 album 54 had its origin in the 1990s when Vince Mendoza asked him to play on his first album. As director of the Metropole Orchestra, Mendoza collaborated with Scofield on arrangements of Scofield's compositions that were performed by the orchestra . 2010: Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, French Ministry of Culture. 2016: Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Album: Past Present, and nominated for Best Improvised Jazz Solo: "Past Present". 2017: Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Album: Country for Old Men. 2017: Grammy Award for Best Improvised Jazz Solo: I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry.
John Scofield’s latest album Country for Old Men was released September 23, 2016! Country For Old Men is Scofield’s homage to such greats as George Jones, Dolly Parton, Merle Haggard, James Taylor, and Hank Williams among others. This album has Scofield playing alongside accomplished colleagues Steve Swallow, Larry Goldings and Bill Stewart, and was produced by Scofield himself. Country for old men. Here’s a short film (by Abbott Ziegler Films) from a recent session for my next record Country For Old Men.
Artists John Scofield Past Present. Past Present John Scofield. This album has an average beat per minute of 121 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 100/140 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Past Present.
John Scofield - Past Present, 06:03, . MB download mp3 full version here. Download John Scofield - Past Present. Past Present: Best 2 songs. John Scofield - Chap Dance 05:18. John Scofield - Get Proud 05:18. John Scofield: best 2 tracks. John Scofield - The Low Road This Meets That, 2007 04:56. John Scofield - Still Warm Still Warm, 1986 06:02. Artist: John Scofield.
In fact, it's John Scofield's modesty and humility, a tone in place even as he acted as producer, that elevates not just the playing of those around him, but his own as well. And pithily as he solos-completely in line with the austere graphics of Past Present, including the somber cover portrait-he invariably whets the appetite for more by the time he's finished, as is the case with "Enjoy the Future!" And in doing so, during, for instance, "Museum," he deftly interweaves the staccato attack of a blues guitarist and the fluid approach of a pure jazz player
Past Present is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield that was recorded in March 2015 and released on September 25, 2015. Scofield is joined by Joe Lovano, Larry Grenadier, and Bill Stewart on saxophone, bass, and drums, respectively. The album earned Scofield a Grammy Award nomination for Best Jazz Instrumental Album. The title track also earned Scofield a nomination for Best Improvised Jazz Solo.
During the course of his storied career, guitarist/composer John Scofield has never shown much of of a predilection to repeat himself
Past Present is an album by John Scofield. It earned Scofield a Grammy Award nomination for Best Jazz Instrumental Album. com/Past Present (John Scofield album). Past and Present may refer to: Past and Present (book), an 1843 book by Thomas Carlyle. It is a compilation of the band's work up to 1989. It includes two new songs not found on any previous or (to date) successive Clannad album, "The Hunter" and "World of Difference". Three singles were released to promote the compilation: "The Hunter", "In a Lifetime" (re-issue) and the band's only double A-side "Hourglass"/"Theme from Harry's Game". A book of sheet music for all songs except "Stepping Stone" was also produced.
Past Present is an album by John Scofield, recorded in March 2015 and released on September 25, 2015. Scofield is joined on this recording by Joe Lovano, Larry Grenadier, and Bill Stewart on saxophone, bass, and drums, respectively. The album earned Scofield a Grammy Award nomination for Best Jazz Instrumental Album This album is a reunion for Scofield, Lovano, and Stewart, who recorded quartet records (Meant to Be, What We Do) and performed together extensively in the early.
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- Recorded At – Carriage House Studios
- Mastered At – Battery Studios, New York
- Record Company – Universal Classics & Jazz
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Impulse!
- Copyright (c) – Impulse!
- Marketed By – Universal Music LLC
- Distributed By – Universal Music LLC
- A&R – Brian Bacchus
- Art Direction – Farida Bachir
- Design – Françoise Bergmann
- Double Bass – Larry Grenadier
- Drums – Bill Stewart
- Edited By [Additional Pro Tools Editing] – Brian Montgomery
- Executive-Producer – Farida Bachir
- Guitar – John Scofield
- Liner Notes – Josef Woodard
- Mastered By – Mark Wilder
- Producer – John Scofield
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Jay Newland
- Tenor Saxophone – Joe Lovano
- Written-By – John Scofield
NotesRecorded on March 16 & 17, 2015
Track 10 is a bonus track.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 988031 115701
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