Joe Lovano’s ‘From the Soul’ is an album recorded on December 28, 1991 with Michel Petrucciani, Dave Holland and Ed Blackwell and released in 1992 by Blue Note.
Track Listing : 1.Evolution (Joe Lovano) – 08:59 . 2.Portrait Of Jenny (Gordon Burdge, J. Russel Robinson) – 07:56 . 3.Lines And Spaces (Joe Lovano) – 06:20 . 4.Body And Soul (Frank Eyton, Johnny Green, Edward Heyman, Robert Sour) – 07:27 . 5.Modern Man (Joe Lovano) – 05:23 . 6.Fort Worth (Joe Lovano) – 06:29 . 7.Central Park West (Ohn Coltrane) – 06:00 . 8.Work (Thelonious Monk) – 05:44 . 9.Left Behind (Judi Silverman) – 03:13 . 10.His Dreams (Joe Lovano) – 05:45
Musicians : Michel Petrucciani — Piano . Dave Holland — Bass . Ed Blackwell — Drums
Production : Produced By Joe Lovano . James Farber – Engineer . Greg Calbi – Mastering . Katherine Miller – Assistant Engineer
Package : Carol Friedman – Photography . Cynthia Cochrane – Art Direction . Willard Jenkins – Liner Notes
Recorded On December 28, 1991 At Skyline Studios, New York City.
Released 1992 By Blue Note.
Joe Lovano‘s tenor sax makes one of the ripest sounds in jazz, suggesting both the breathy romanticism of Ben Webster and the tone-splitting flights of John Coltrane and Albert Ayler. […]
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My favorite jazz album of the nineties, but that’s because it has all of the warmth and wisdom of the 60s material that inspired it. […]
It’s hard-edged, explosive playing all around, with Blackwell laying down his patented bombs while Petrucciani and Holland converge behind Lovano’s dynamic solos. […]