Frank Foster's Loud Minority Big Band - We Do It Diff'rent album flac
Sometimes you just want a big band that’ll knock your socks off. That’s when you look for Frank Foster and the Loud Minority. Their 2002 date at the Jazz Standard in New York City was recorded by Pierre Sprey, and it’s been released as We Do It Diff’rent (Mapleshade). The repertoire is a mix of standards and originals, all but one arranged by Foster. They get things started with a gospel-tinged shouter titled G’on An’ Git It Y’all loosely based on Down By the Riverside and featuring solos from pianist Danny Mixon and trombonist Clark Gayton.
Thirty years ago, saxophonist Frank Foster and drummer Elvin Jones escorted eighteen other musicians (whom Foster dubbed the Loud Minority Big Band) into a recording studio in New York City to tape an album, Well Water. The hope was that a label would be found and the music released for public consumption. If you crave specifics about the music, you need only read Foster's well-written and informative liner notes, wherein every selection is neatly summarized. Besides "Molly," they encompass four of his original compositions (if one includes "Well Water, a jazz waltz adapted from a Russian folk song), David Jones' "There'll Be a Time and Clifford Brown's irrepressible jazz classic, "Joy Spring. We Do It Diff'rent by Jack Bowers. Soul Outing by Douglas Payne.
Other albums by Frank Foster. Little Red. Frank Foster 1989. Frank Foster's Loud Minority big band was formed in the early 1970s, and made a raucous, politically oriented funk-fusion type recording for the Mainstream label.
Foster's Official Biodata. Frank Benjamin Foster III (September 23, 1928 – July 26, 2011) was an American tenor and soprano saxophonist, flautist, arranger, and composer. Foster received two Grammy Awards: the first, for his big band arrangement of the Diane Schuur composition "Deedles' Blues" (Best Arrangement Accompanying a Vocal, 1987), and the second for his arrangement of guitarist/vocalist George Benson's composition "Basie's Bag" (Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Big Band, 1990). He also received two Grammy nominations: for his big band arrangement of. Charles Trenet's composition "Beyond the Sea", and for an album with his fellow Basie alumnus Frank Wess entitled Frankly Speaking. 2003: We Do It Diff'rent (live) (Mapleshade). 2004: Settin' the Pace (GJazz). 2005: Endless Fingers (Arabesque).
Frank Benjamin Foster III (September 23, 1928 – July 26, 2011) was an American tenor and soprano saxophonist, flautist, arranger, and composer. Foster was an Artist in Residence at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston in 1971. That same year, he also started teaching for the New York City Public School System in District 5, Harlem, as part of a team of six professional musicians assigned to the Federal Government’s Title I Program: Cultural Enrichment Through Music, Dance, and Song. 2003 - Frank Foster's Loud Minority Big Band - We Do It Diff'rent - 01:07:55 01. G’on An’ Git It Y’all (. oster) solos: . ixon, piano and . aton, trumpet arr: . oster 02.
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Foster assembled a giant of a big band featuring dual instrumentation all around, including keyboards, basses, and drummers to power a horn section chock-full of the best mainstream jazz and progressive players of the day. Because funk-fusion was flowering, electrified elements of guitar and Fender Rhodes piano identify the music with the times, while vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater, never known as a protest singer, reads powerful poetry and screams freedom at the top of her lungs, inspired by a band that knows no bounds or limits, at its core a mighty modern jazz orchestra removed from.
Filed under Progressive Big Band By FRANK FOSTER. A1 Shiny Stockings 9:11 A2 Love Scene 4:43 A3 Tomorrow's Blues Today 7:10 B1 Dayspring 8:24 B2 Hills of the North Rejoice 11:06. CD reissue (1989) bonus tracks: 6. Manhattan Fever 7. Tomorrow's Blues Today.
|1||G'on An' Git It Y'all||4:33|
|2||Stella By Starlight||7:38|
|3||Wild Women Don't Worry||7:02|
|7||Where Or When||4:11|
|8||Cecilia Is Love||9:39|
|9||You Go To My Head||6:26|
- Alto Saxophone – Bruce Williams , Joe Ford
- Arranged By – Frank Foster
- Baritone Saxophone – James Stewart
- Bass – Earl May
- Bass Trombone, Tuba – Bill Lowe
- Drums – Sylvia Cuenca
- Piano – Danny Mixon
- Tenor Saxophone – Bill Saxton, Keith Loftis
- Trombone – Stafford Hunter, Vincent Gardner
- Trumpet – Cecil Bridgewater, Derrick Gardner, Frank Greene , Jeremy Pelt, Jon Faddis, Kenyata Beasley*
- Vocals – Dennis Rowland
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