CD Rarum, Vol. 10: Selected Recordings (CD 290770),
Movie Mars Home Page
Welcome to MovieMars.com!
back to browsing
Rarum, Vol. 10: Selected Recordings
Dave Holland (1~Bass)
1. How's Never
2. You I Love
4. Balance, The
7. Shifting Sands
8. Four Winds
9. Prime Directive
11. Conference of the Birds
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 000179902
Dave Holland; Lee Townsend; Manfred Eicher
James Farber; Jan Erik Kongshaug; Martin Wieland; Tony May
Personnel: Dave Holland (cello, acoustic bass); Casandra Wilson (vocals); Steve Wilson, Chris Potter, Anthony Braxton (soprano saxophone); Steve Coleman, Eric Person (alto saxophone); Kenny Wheeler (trumpet, flugelhorn); Julian Priester, Robin Eubanks (trombone); Sam Rivers (flute); Steve Nelson (vibraphone, marimba); John Abercrombie, Kevin Eubanks (guitar); Jack DeJohnette, Steve Ellington, Billy Kilson, Gene Jackson, Marvin "Smitty" Smith, Barry Altschul (drums).
Recorded in Germany and the United States between 1972 and 1998. Includes liner notes by Dave Holland.
Personnel: Dave Holland (cello, double bass); Cassandra Wilson (vocals); John Abercrombie, Kevin Eubanks (guitar); Sam Rivers Quartet (flute); Anthony Braxton, Steve Wilson (soprano saxophone); Eric Person, Steve Coleman (alto saxophone); Kenny Wheeler (trumpet, flugelhorn); Julian Priester, Robin Eubanks (trombone); Steve Nelson Quartet (vibraphone, marimba); Barry Altschul (marimba, percussion); Gene Jackson, Jack DeJohnette, Marvin "Smitty" Smith, Steve Ellington, Billy Kilson (drums).
Liner Note Author: Dave Holland .
Recording information: 1972-2000.
Photographers: Signe Mahler; W. Patrick Hinely; Ralph Quinke; Theirry Trombert; Jimmy Katz.
The halfway point in ECM's excellent 20-volume Rarum series is by one of its signature talents: bassist, composer, and bandleader Dave Holland. These documents are, essentially, career retrospectives wherein the artist chooses from his performances on the label, either as a leader, soloist, or sideman. Holland offers a fantastic cross section from his own catalog, with one exception. That selection is the album's opener, "How's Never" from Homecoming, the second album by Gateway, a trio Holland was involved in with guitarist John Abercrombie and drummer Jack DeJohnette. Most of the rest come from his celebrated 1980s and 1990s recordings with then-young luminaries such as Steve Coleman, Chris Potter, Smitty Smith, Kevin and Robin Eubanks, and ECM veterans such as Kenny Wheeler, Julian Priester, and Steve Wilson. There are a couple of exceptions, such as "Inception," from a solo cello album that is one of Holland's crowning achievements, and the closing cut, the signature tune from 1972's Conference of the Birds, featuring Holland alongside vanguard legends Anthony Braxton, Sam Rivers, and pianist Barry Altschul. While one might have wished for more representation from the 1970s material, the selections here are all top-notch. This is a great introduction to one of jazz's most enigmatic and consistent virtuosos. ~ Thom Jurek
Be The First To Write A Review
In Stock -- Item Ships for FREE
Add to wishlist
What viewers like you said...
Have you listened to this album?
Be the first to write a review
Also suggested for you...
buy now for
buy now for
buy now for
buy now for
All rights reserved. This website and its contents are the exclusive property of Movie Mars, Inc. As such, reproduction in whole or in part, by any means, and any use for commercial purposes, of any portion of the material contained herein, including, but not limited to, text, graphics, logos, trademarks, photographs, video clips and sounds files is strictly prohibited. Portions of this page Copyright