Don Byron Quintet - No-Vibe Zone - Live at the Knitting Factory (1995) 06 - Tuskegee Strutter's Ball. Don Byron Quintet - No-Vibe Zone - Live at the Knitting Factory - 1996, FLAC (tracks+. Download via torrent Download via magnet. Don Byron Quintet - No-Vibe Zone - Live at the Knitting Factory (1995).
Byron is a member of the Black Rock Coalition. In 2001, he performed "Bli Blip" for the Red Hot Organization's compilation album Red Hot + Indigo, a tribute to Duke Ellington which raised money for charities devoted to increasing AIDS awareness and fighting the disease. He has recorded with Bill Frisell, Joe Henry, Marc Ribot, Vernon Reid, and Allen Toussaint. Don Byron Plays the Music of Mickey Katz (Nonesuch, 1993). Music for Six Musicians (Nonesuch, 1995). No-Vibe Zone: Live at the Knitting Factory (Knitting Factory, 1996). Bug Music (Nonesuch, 1996). Nu Blaxploitation (Blue Note, 1998).
No-Vibe Zone : Live at The Knitting Factory. Celebrated Jazz clarinetist, Don Byron, makes his gospel debut with an album inspired by gospel legends, Thomas A. Dorsey and Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Acclaimed as much for his restless creativity as for his unsurpassed virtuosity as a player, Byron has presented a multitude of projects at major music festivals around the world, most recently in Vienna, San Francisco, Hong Kong, London, New York, and Monterey.
Bobby Previte's Weather Clear, Track Fast Gerry Hemingway Quintet. Biography by Matt Collar. An individualistic and eclectic jazz clarinettist who has played classical, klezmer, salsa, traditional jazz, and free improv. No-Vibe Zone: Live at Knitting Factory. Knitting Factory Works.
Don Byron Plays the Music of Mickey Katz - Don Byron. No-Vibe Zone: Live at Knitting Factory - Don Byron.
Personnel: Don Byron: clarinetti e sassofoni; DK Dyson: voce, cori; Xavier Davis: pianoforte, cori; Brad Jones: basso acustico ed elettrico, cori; Pheeroan Aklaff: batteria. Ospiti: Brandon Ross: chitarra elettrica ed acustica; Vernon Reid: chitarra elettrica; Dean Bowman: voce solista; Ralph Alessi: tromba; JD Parran sax baritono. Title: Love, Peace, and Soul Year Released: 2012 Record Label: Savoy Jazz.
Listen to albums and songs from Don Byron. Among more straight-ahead jazz fans, his 1990 debut Tuskegee Experiments, the rambunctious No-Vibe Zone: Live At The Knitting Factory, and the more subdued Romance with the Unseen (1999) rate highest. With contributions from guitarist Bill Frisell, pianist Uri Caine and others, these albums reveal Byron's vision of avant-garde informed Post Bop and feature consistently strong solos.
The career of drummer Sam Bennett bridged the solo percussion album Metafunctional (may 1983) and the abstract soundpainting of Skist, a duo with Haruna Ito that wed percussions with sampling and electronics, via the new-wave groups he co-founded with guitarist Elliott Sharp and saxophonist Ned Rothenberg, such as Semantics. Even more conventional was the live No-Vibe Zone (january 1996) for a quintet with guitarist David Gilmore and pianist Uri Caine (Sex/Work).
|2||Sex / Work (Clarence / Anita)||15:43|
|4||The Allure Of Entanglement||5:23|
|6||Tuskegee Strutter's Ball||15:04|
- Glass Mastered At – Nimbus
- Bass – Kenny Davis
- Clarinet, Producer – Don Byron
- Drums – Marvin "Smitty" Smith
- Executive Producer – Michael Dorf
- Executive Producer [Associate] – Mark Perlson
- Guitar – David Gilmore
- Mastered By – Joe Lambert
- Piano – Uri Caine
- Producer – Hope Carr
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Brett Heinz
NotesRecorded live on 7 January 1996 at The Knitting Factory, NYC.
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