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Misterioso

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Misterioso
Artist: Bill Frisell with Alex Lodico, Paul Motian, Jim Pepper, Ed Schuller
6:55
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Abacus
Artist: Bill Frisell with Alex Lodico, Paul Motian, Jim Pepper, Ed Schuller
3:37
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Once Around The Park
Artist: Bill Frisell with Alex Lodico, Paul Motian, Jim Pepper, Ed Schuller
6:54
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Gang Of Five
Artist: Bill Frisell with Alex Lodico, Paul Motian, Jim Pepper, Ed Schuller
4:34
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Pannonica
Artist: Bill Frisell with Alex Lodico, Paul Motian, Jim Pepper, Ed Schuller
3:51
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Folk Song For Rosie
Artist: Bill Frisell with Alex Lodico, Paul Motian, Jim Pepper, Ed Schuller
5:11
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Byablue
Artist: Bill Frisell with Alex Lodico, Paul Motian, Jim Pepper, Ed Schuller
2:22
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Dance
Artist: Bill Frisell with Alex Lodico, Paul Motian, Jim Pepper, Ed Schuller
10:21
 
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Johnny Broken Wing
Artist: Bill Frisell with Alex Lodico, Paul Motian, Jim Pepper, Ed Schuller
2:17
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 46:02

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nice y'all

ToddusofKnox

Musical and sweeping- mysterious when needed. I like, you like maybe.

They Say All Music Guide

Although often overlooked, drummer Paul Motian led one of the most inventive jazz bands of the mid-1980s. His quintet, which featured the tenors of Joe Lovano and Jim Pepper, guitarist Bill Frisell and bassist Ed Schuller, could play anything from swinging advanced hard bop and Ornette Coleman-type free bop to spacier improvising. An underrated composer, Motian contributed seven of the nine numbers for this date; the quintet also performs Thelonious Monk’s “Misterioso” and “Pannonica.” Frisell is featured on “Byablue” (which had earlier been recorded by Keith Jarrett); the two tenors (Pepper doubled on soprano) work together quite well, and the band definitely had its own sound. Of its three recordings, this is a strong one to start with. – Scott Yanow

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