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Jazz-Tipp: Joseph Earth Tones Ensemble Daley - "The Seven Deadly Sins"

"The Seven Deadly Sins" inkl. Video-Trailer siehe Bericht im Musik Report

Der 1949 in Harlem (USA) geborene Jazz Musiker Joseph Daley ist seit langen Jahren ein Spezialist fur die tiefen Töne. In den Bands von Gil Evans oder Carla Bley oder in der New Yorker Band Hazmat Modine spielt er Baritonhorn, Euphonium, Posaune und Tuba. Alles weit unten.

Mit "The Seven Deadly Sins" und seiner Komposition fur das Earth Tones Ensemble erfüllt sich Daley einen Traum: Eine mit Kontrabassklarinette, Kontrabasssaxofon, Bassposaune und bis zu funf Tuben besetzte Big Band zu einer Einheit zusammenzufügen.

Das Ergebnis ist ein satt vibrierendes und vertontes Panorama der Sünde aus: Neid, Geiz, Völlerei, Hochmut, Wollust, Zorn, Trägheit des Herzens - ein passendes Laster fur jede Stimmung.

Daleys Mitstreiter loten die Möglichkeiten ihrer Musik mit hörbarer Lust aus. Das Earth Tone Ensemble inszeniert das Genre Big Band als panoramatischen Blick von seinen Anfängen als Streetband bis zu den Ekstasen des Free Jazz. Ein Sundenpfuhl, der gar nicht so lasterhaft klingt.
 Quelle: Die Zeit / Amazon.de

Titelliste Joseph Daley Earth Tones Ensemble - "The Seven Deadly Sins:
1.1.Invidia (Envy)
2.Avarita (Avarice)
3.Gula (Gluttony)
4.Superbia (Pride)
5.Lechery (Lust)
6.Ira (Anger)
7.Desida (Sloth)
8.Ballade of the fallen African warrior

Album in jedem guten Plattenladen oder online bei Amazon.de

Wer ist Joseph Daley? Viele Jazzfans dürften die eine oder andere Platte besitzen, auf der Joe Daley für die Bass-Basis sorgt. Der 1949 in Harlem geborene und an der Manhattan School of Music ausgebildete Musiker hat vom Gil Evans Orchestra über die Carla Bley Band bis zu Charlie Hadens Liberation Orchestra seit den frühen siebziger Jahren in den stilbildenden Großformationen gespielt.

Eine seine ersten Stationen war die Brass-Sektion in Taj Mahals Band, in der er mit Howard Johnson, Bob Stewart und Earl McIntyre für den gewichtigen Bass-Groove verantwortlich war, und woraus letztlich auch Howard Johnsons Tieftöner-Kapelle Gravity entstand. Der hat Joe Daley natürlich ebenfalls angehört. Eine große Zahl weiterer erster Jazz-Adressen ließe sich noch hinzufügen.

Aktuell bläst Daley Tuba bei einer der interessantesten New Yorker Bands, bei Hazmat Modine, einer Band, die stilistisch schwer zuzuordnen ist, weil sie Blues, Klezmer, Balkanbeats, Jazz und Rock ungestüm verquirlt (Video: Hazmat Modine - Yesterday Morning) .

Der Kopf von Hazmat Modine, der Sänger, Gitarrist und Harmonikaspieler Wade Schuman (siehe Video), wiederum ist mitverantwortlich für Joseph Daleys Komposition The Seven Deadly Sins.

Platten von Hazmat Modine - bei Amazon.de

Wade Schuman ist nämlich nicht nur Musiker sondern vor allen Dingen bildender Künstler und er hat einen Zyklus über die sieben Todsünden gemalt, den Daley nun in Töne übersetzt hat (weitere Informationen über den Künstler siehe Weiterleitung). Quelle: Amazon.de

Weitere Infos zu Joseph Earth Tones Ensemble Daley - "The Seven Deadly Sins" inkl. Video-Trailer siehe Bericht im Musik Report

English Translation: Album Reviewed at the Das Musik-Magazin Blog

In 1949, in Harlem (USA) born jazz musician Joseph Daley has long been a specialist in the low notes. In the bands of Gil Evans or Carla Bley or in the New York band Hazmat Modine, he plays baritone horn, euphonium, trombone and tuba. Everything below far.

With "The Seven Deadly Sins" and his composition for the Earth Tones fulfilled a dream ensemble, Daley: A merge with bass clarinet, bass saxophone, bass trombone, and up to five tubes occupied big band into a unit.

The result is a vibrant and voiced full panorama of the sin of envy, greed, gluttony, pride, lust, anger, sloth of the heart - a fitting truck for every mood.

Daley's supporters are exploring the possibilities of their music with audible pleasure.The Earth Tone Ensemble staged the genre Big Band with panoramic views from its beginnings as a street band to the ecstasies of free jazz. A Sundenpfuhl, who does not sound so vicious.
 
Source: Time / Amazon.de

TRACKS Joseph Daley Earth Tones Ensemble - "The Seven Deadly Sins:
1.1.Invidia (Envy)
2.Avarita (Avarice)
3.Gula (Gluttony)
4.Superbia (Pride)
5.Lechery (Lust)
6.Ira (Anger)
7.Desida (Sloth)
8.Ballade fall of the African warrior

Album in any good record store or online at Amazon.de

Who is Joseph Daley? Many jazz fans should have one or the other plate, shall, on the Joe Daley for the bass-base. The 1949 in Harlem, born and studied at the Manhattan School of Music-trained musician from the Gil Evans Orchestra Carla Bley Band played on up to Charlie Haden's Liberation Orchestra since the early seventies in the style-large formations.

One of his first stops was the brass section in Taj Mahal's band, where he was responsible to Howard Johnson, Bob Stewart, Earl McIntyre for the weighty bass groove, and from which, ultimately, Howard Johnson's Gravity Woofer chapel was built.The Joe Daley has obviously listened well. A large number of other first jazz addresses could be to add.

Currently Daley tuba blows at one of the most interesting New York bands, with Hazmat Modine, a band that is stylistically difficult to assign because they whisked Blues, Klezmer, Balkan beats, jazz and rock violently (Video: Hazmat Modine - Yesterday Morning).

The head of Hazmat Modine, the singer, guitarist and harmonica player Wade Schuman (see video), in turn, is partly responsible for Joseph Daley's piece The Seven Deadly Sins.

Hazmat Modine discography - at Amazon.de

Wade Schuman is not only musicians but above all, an artist and he painted a series on the seven deadly sins, the Daley has now been translated into sounds (for more information about the artist see forward). Source: Amazon.de

CRAIG HARRIS' GOD'S TROMBONES - Harlem Stage

Please plan to to attend this production by the prolific and outstanding composer Craig Harris.

CRAIG HARRIS' GOD'S TROMBONES

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FOUR NIGHTS!

Thu-Sat, Dec 16-18, 7:30pm & Sun,

Dec 19 3pm Thu • Dec 16 • 7:30 pm 

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Anyone that is planning to attend, Please buy your tickets ASAP, This short run has a tendency to sell out very quickly.

Harlem Stage at The Gatehouse

150 Convent Avenue at West 135th Street

New York, NY 10031

Box Office: 212 281 9240

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Alfred Patterson referenced "The Seven Deadly Sins"

A Wonderful clip of trombonist Alfred Patterson who will also appear with Craig Harris in Gods Trombones.

Alfred Patterson:Turned-On Trombone

Musicians of the 2010 Jazz Poetry Concert blog post

 
   
    Two short pieces about finding the wonder in everyday life......in Sampsonia Way online. 

Alfred Patterson
Alfred Patterson


"Sound is visceral thing, it makes you purr."  In this 1-minute video interview, Alfred Patterson talks about improvisation and the sounds of poetry and jazz.

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Colleen McElroy


 

Colleen McElroy describes a lifetime collecting words and sounds-- as a child hidden under the table eavesdropping on adults, as a dancer responding to music, as a speech pathologist working with impaired patients, and as a folklorist recording storytellers from all over the world.

Link to"Make the Ordinary Extraordinary"      


 

 

 

Burning Bridge Concert Freer Gallery Washington D.C.

 

I had the pleasure of performing at the Freer Gallery with Jason Hwang's Burning Bridge ensemble. The musicians performing in the ensemble were:

 

  • Jason Kao Hwang, composer, violin
  • Taylor Ho Bynum, cornet, flugelhorn
  • Andrew Drury, drum set
  • Ken Filiano, string bass
  • Joseph Daley, tuba
  • Sun Li, pipa
  • Steve Swell, trombone
  • Wang Guowei, erhu

 


Check out the more photos in the media Gallery: Photo Credit: Wanda Daley

 

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Joseph Daley Earth Tones Ensemble Seven Deadly Sins Trailer on YouTube

Joe Daley, the amazing tuba player of Hazmat Modine will release his masterpiece composed on seven pictures of Wade Schuman. The bigband titles are the result of a 40 years music carrer.

This trailer is an indication of the new CD by Joseph Daley, entitled "The Seven Deadly Sins", which will be released in late November.

Joseph is a native of New York and perhaps this country's most consistent and creative "Lower Brass Specialist". Among others he has played with Sam Rivers, Carla Bley, Taj Mahal, Charlie Haden, Gil Evans, Lionel Hampton, Howard Johnson, Dave Douglas, and Muhal Richard Abrams. He appears on well over a dozen recordings.

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Earth Tones Ensemble

Saxophones
Marty Ehrlich-Soprano, Jimmy Cozier-Alto
Bill Saxton-Bob DeBellis-Tenor
Howard Johnson-Baritone Sax, Contrabass Clarinet, Tuba
Scott Robinson-Bass Saxophone, Sarrusophone, Contrabass Saxophone

Trumpets
Lou Soloff, Stanton Davis, Eddie Allen, Reggie Pittman, Stephen Haynes

Trombones
Gary Valente, Alfred Patterson, Craig Harris
Earl McIntyre-Bass Trombone/Tuba
Bob Stewart-Tuba

French Horns
Vincent Chancey, Mark Taylor

Rhythm Section
Onaje Allan Gumbs-Piano
Benjamin Brown-Contrabass, Electric Bass, Tuba
Warren Smith-Vibraphone, Marimba, and Percussion
Buddy Williams-Drum set, Percussion,
Satoshi Takeishi-Asian Drum set, Percussion
William Bausch-Timbales, Percussion, Richard Huntley-Percussion

Joseph Daley-Composer, Conductor, Euphonium, Tuba

a film by Robert O'Haire & Jeff Burns
© Joseph Daley 2010 JoDa Locust Street Music ASCAP