The Quintet is an album by . It was compiled from two concert performances: one at the Greek Theatre, University of California, Berkeley, on July 16, 1977; the other at the San Diego Civic Theatre on July 18, 1977. The musicians were Herbie Hancock on keyboards, Freddie Hubbard on trumpet and flugelhorn, Tony Williams on drums, Ron Carter on bass, and Wayne Shorter on tenor and soprano saxophones. The recording was originally released in October 1977 as a 2-disc LP by Columbia Records.
Includes Japanese liner notes. Title on spine, front- and rear cover, center labels: . Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A stamped): 40AP-771A2 〄 1 A 1 ✛. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side B stamped): 40AP-771B2 1 A 3. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side C stamped): 40AP-772A2 〄 1 A 9. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side D stamped): 40AP-772B2 1 A 1. Other (Cat Disc 1 Center Label Side A & B): 40AP 771.
Tempest" is a good description, for this CD contains more volatile ensemble playing than its Columbia predecessor; clearly some tighter bonding took place since the trans-Pacific flight. The notion that Freddie Hubbard is filling in for Miles Davis in a reunion of his old quintet does not have much relevance, for Hubbard is always his own man, in command of his reverberant tone quality and idiosyncratic flurries that owe very little to Miles.
Album · 1976 · 6 Songs. The Quintet: Live Under the Sky. 1979.
Tempest In The Colosseum. The Quintet (1977, Jazz). 1. Eye Of The Hurricane.
Free download and listen . The Quintet: Tempest in the Colosseum. Tracks count: 7. Views: 17. . The Quintet, The Alpha Conspiracy, The . Quintet - Cipher 00:00. The Quintet, The . Quintet - Red Clay 14:31.
This album was originally only released in Japan in 1977 because of the decrease in popularity of jazz in the US during that time. For these jazz masters this band was a return to playing all acoustic straight ahead jazz because each member was leading well known fusion groups that were much more plugged in if you will. The setlist contains compositions by each member of the quintet. The main difference between this album & say the self titled album . P is the energy! On Tempest these guys are really going for it, just check out their version of Hubbards classic tune "Red Clay" which is taken a lot faster in tempo than the studio take as well as a lot more improvisation, especially from Ron Carter & Tony Williams who are in top form thru out the album. The rest of the tunes are just as good & classic fair for this group. This album was originally only released in Japan in 1977 because of the decrease in popularity of jazz in the US during that time. Herbie had the Headhunters, Shorter had Weather Report, Freddie was having great success with the CTI label making funky bop infused jazz & Tony Williams had his high octane Lifetime band.
Адрес: Россия, Москва, Новокосинская, 20, 2, 17. ОГРН: 1187746801307
|A||Eye Of The Hurricane
Composed By – H. Hancock*
Composed By – W. Shorter*
Composed By – R. Carter*
Composed By – H. Hancock*
Composed By – T. Williams*
Composed By – F. Hubbard*
|COL 477633 2||The V.S.O.P. Quintet||Tempest In The Colosseum (CD, Album, RE)||Columbia||COL 477633 2||France||Unknown|
|SICP 10076||The V.S.O.P. Quintet||Tempest In The Colosseum (SACD, Album, RE)||CBS/Sony||SICP 10076||Japan||2008|
|23DP 5612||The V.S.O.P. Quintet||Tempest In The Colosseum (CD, Album, RE)||CBS/Sony||23DP 5612||Japan||1989|
|WOU 7712, 8843089442||The V.S.O.P. Quintet||Tempest In The Colosseum (CD, Album, RE)||Wounded Bird Records, Wounded Bird Records||WOU 7712, 8843089442||US||2014|
|CBS 88298, 88298||The V.S.O.P. Quintet||Tempest In The Colosseum (2xLP, Album)||CBS, CBS||CBS 88298, 88298||Greece||1978|