Mike Bisio & Joe Giardullo - Primal Intentions (CD, Album). Cadence Jazz Records. Joe Giardullo, Joe McPhee, Mike Bisio, Tani Tabbal. Joe Giardullo, Joe McPhee, Mike Bisio, Tani Tabbal - Shadow & Light (CD, Album). Joe McPhee, Michael Bisio, Raymond Boni, Paul Harding - Remembrance (CD, Album). CjRecord Productions.
Those who have followed either Bisio's or Giardullo's careers will not be disappointed, though, as there is plenty of solid, timeless blowing to be found between the covers.
MICHAEL BISIO is a post bop avant-garde jazz music artist. The critics, out in front for once, already know about Michael. His second album as a leader, In Seattle (Silkheart), made the Village Voice "Best Jazz Records of the 1980's," as well as critic Kevin Whitehead's 1988 Top 10 for National Public Radio. Mike Bisio & Joe Giardullo : Primal Intentions Avant-Garde Jazz 2001. Composance Post Bop 2004.
Michael Bisio and Joe Giardullo.
2006 Painting Breath, Stoking Fire, duets with Avram Fefer (CIMP) 2005 Primal Intentions, duets with Joe Giardullo (Cadence) 2001 Concerted, duets with Dan Blunck (Cadence) 2001 MBEK, duets with Eyvind Kang (Meniscus) 2000 Zebulon, duets with Joe McPhee (CIMP) 1999 Finger Wigglers, duets with Joe McPhee (CIMP) 1997.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Cadence Jazz Records (catalog number CJR 1127). This album was released in 2001 year. US. Format of the release is. CD, Album.
Giardullo and Bisio lock into minimalist extended techniques for Pass Five, Giardullo back on bass clarinet. Heward keeps his playing a secret until he picks up his attack, bringing the other two musicians out of their reverie. Soon a full-bodied improvisation takes shape rushing headlong. Bisio bows low; Heward plays hand drums. Giardullo's raw tenor cry opens Pass Seven and Bisio takes off like lightning. Giardullo blasts through with a whiff of Pharoah Sanders, all three practicing advanced deep listening. John Heward's Trio moves with fire and pop, producing consistently compelling improvisations and exceptional excursions into a creativity as fresh as a breaking wave. Personnel: John Heward: drums and percussion; Mike Bisio: bass; Joe Giardullo: tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, piccolo, alto flute. Title: Let Them Pass Year Released: 2004 Record Label: Drimala Records.
Joe Giardullo (Brooklyn, NY- 1948 ) is a soprano saxophonist/ composer whose work encompasses avant jazz, new complexity, indeterminate and new music genres. Although he began his music studies in elementary school, he is primarily a self-taught instrumentalist, with isolated studies with Don Cherry and Leo Smith. However, in 1967 he began his study of Indian music. Those studies, over a period of seven years, became primarily focused on rhythm.
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|2||Primal Intentions Part A||11:58|
Arranged By – Michael BisioComposed By – Ornette Coleman
|7||Moon & Stars||9:36|
|8||Primal Intentions Part B||15:17|
- Recorded At – Make Believe Ballroom
- Bass Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Composed By, Cover [Cover Art] – Joe Giardullo
- Bass, Composed By – Mike Bisio*
- Engineer – Tom Mark
- Layout – Hillary J. Ryan
- Producer – Bob Rusch
NotesNo recording date provided.
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