Jon Faddis - Into The Faddisphere album flac
Title: Into The Faddisphere
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His rhythm section, led by pianist Renee Rosnes (who displays a style influenced by McCoy Tyner), is modern and Faddis plays six of his own compositions (in addition to Donald Brown's "The Early Bird" and "Ciribiribin"). But the trumpeter's seeming inability during this era to stay out of his upper register for more than a minute straight is often quite annoying, completely ruining the modal arrangement of "Ciribiribin. The title cut, a showcase for Faddis' high-note heroics, is also difficult to sit through.
Jon Faddis (born July 24, 1953) is an American jazz trumpet player, conductor, composer, and educator, renowned for both his playing and for his expertise in the field of music education. Upon his first appearance on the scene, he became known for his ability to closely mirror the sound of trumpet icon Dizzy Gillespie, who was his mentor along with pianist Stan Kenton and trumpeter Bill Catalano.
Into the Faddisphere is a bop music album recording by JON FADDIS released in 1989 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 Into The Faddisphere A2 Sambahia A3 At Long Last A4 The Early Bird Gets The Short End Of The Stick B1 Many Paths (To The Top Of The Mountain) B2 Retro Blue B3 Ciribiribin B4 War & Peace. Jon Faddis, trumpet - Renee Rosnes, piano - Phil Bowler, bass - Ralph Peterson, J. drums. Epic – E 45266 (US). Recorded At – Edison Recording Studio. Thanks to kazuhiro for the addition and snobb for the updates.
Jon Faddis (born July 24, 1953, Oakland, California, USA) is an American jazz trumpeter, conductor and composer. He is the uncle of Otis Jackson Jr. (aka Madlib).
Into The Faddisphere by Jon Faddis. Oscar Peterson & Jon Faddis by Jon Faddis. Dedicated To Diz by Jon Faddis. Teranga by Jon Faddis. Good And Plenty by Jon Faddis. Greetings And Salutations by Jon Faddis. View all albums . Legacy.
Everything Must Change - Jon Faddis. Good and Plenty - Jon Faddis. Ridin' Easy, Ridin' High - Jon Faddis. Baker Street - Jon Faddis. Into The Faddisphere - Jon Faddis. Sambahia - Jon Faddis.
Jon Faddis is a complete and consummate musician – conductor, composer, and educator. Marked by both intense integrity and humor, Faddis earned accolades from his close friend and mentor John Birks Dizzy Gillespie, who declared of Faddis, He’s the best ever, including me! As a trumpeter, Faddis possesses a virtually unparalleled range and full command of his instrument, making the practically impossible seem effortless. Born in 1953, Faddis began playing at age seven, inspired by an appearance by Louis Armstrong on the Ed Sullivan Show
|1||Into The Faddisphere|
|3||At Long Last|
|4||The Early Bird Gets The Short End Of The Stick|
|5||Many Paths (To The Top Of The Mountain)|
|8||War & Peace|
- Copyright (c) – CBS Records Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Records Inc.
- Manufactured By – Epic Records
- Recorded At – Edison Recording Studio
- Mastered At – CBS Studios, New York
- Art Direction – Howard Fritzson
- Bass – Phil Bowler
- Drums – Ralph Peterson, Jr.*
- Executive-Producer – Michael Caplan
- Mastered By – Vlado Meller
- Photography – Hans Neleman
- Piano – Renee Rosnes
- Producer – Jon Faddis
- Recorded By – Gary Chester
- Trumpet – Jon Faddis
NotesPrinted in U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7464-45266-1
|E 45266, OE 45266||Jon Faddis||Into The Faddisphere (LP)||Epic, Epic||E 45266, OE 45266||US||1989|
|OET 45266||Jon Faddis||Into The Faddisphere (Cass)||Epic||OET 45266||US||1989|