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  1. Lars-Olof Gustavsson, who had released Charles Gayle's first recordings on his label Silkheart in , had contacted Gayle with the interest of doing a new session with him and a double rhythm section. Gayle pared the concept down to two basses and one drummer and selected the players - William Parker, Vattell Cherry and Michael Wemberly.
  2. Afternoon in Paris [Jazz Elite S.P.] John Lewis: Primary Artist Jazz Albums You Should Hear Before You Die: Composer, Piano: Jazz [Warner] Jazz Solo Piano: Charles Gayle: Composer: LRC Jazz Legacy Anthology: Good Vibration: Composer.
  3. CHARLES GAYLE Jazz Solo Piano Knitting Factory KFW Although he is best known as a tenor saxophonist, Charles Gayle’s first instrument was actually the piano. Largely self-taught, he played only piano between the ages of nine and nineteen. (Incidentally, he is also a powerhouse drummer.
  4. Afternoon in Paris follows the A-A-B-A form commonly used for many standards. Although I have yet to teach this jazz standard to one of my adult piano students, it serves as a wonderful model for the effective use of ii-V-I Progressions. The music flows seamlessly from one key to another and then returns to the tonic (home) key of the piece.
  5. Jan 01,  · Check out Jazz Solo Piano by Charles Gayle on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on maconttuzulcidegarededisreime.coinfo Afternoon In Paris. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart 8. All The Things You Are. All The Things You Are This is the second Charles Gayle album I have reviewed, and this one is much more of a surprise. The 4/5(5).
  6. Now, the charismatic leader of the Charles Gayle Trio is preparing for a national tour to promote his latest album, Testaments (Knitting Factory Works), released late last year. The tour includes stops at the Agenda Club in San Jose Thursday (Feb. 22) and at the Oakland Museum's James Moore Theatre Saturday (Feb. 24).
  7. Charles Gayle: piano: Charles Gayle / Jazz Solo Piano Knitting Factory Works Compact disc. Recorded late December, at Knitting Factory Studios in New York City Track Listing: 1. [] 2. I'll Remember April, Pt. 1 [DePaul/Johnston/Raye] [] 3. 'Round Midnight [Hanighen/Monk/Williams] [] 4.
  8. Charles Gayle: Jazz Solo Piano Updated April 25, – By Bill Shoemaker There is nothing on Charles Gayle’s previous piano recordings that indicated that he could sustain an entire album of solo pieces, let alone a program comprised primarily of standards.
  9. In , he released his solo album, The Soul, on which he not only played the double bass, piano, and guitar, but also provided vocals. Wójciński has collaborated with Uri Caine (in a trio with Robert Rasz), Charles Gayle (one of the most important personalities in jazz avant-garde in New York), Michael Zerang, Nicole Mitchell, and Marco Eneidi.

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