Dayna Stephens Featuring John Scofield: Dayna Stephens Featuring John Scofield - The Timeless Now Dayna Stephens: Gratitude (CD, Album) Contagious Music (6) CGM US: Sell This Version: 1 – 10 of Show. Reviews Add Review. Lists Add to List. Stephens, 29, graduated from the Thelonious Monk Institute four years ago and apprenticed with Roy Hargrove, Steve Coleman and Stefon Harris before releasing his solo debut, The Timeless Now. Stephens makes the right personnel choices on the disc, and not just by featuring guitarist John Scofield on three tracks. Jazz album: “The Timeless Now” by Dayna Stephens, released in on CTA Records. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz.
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This group seems to be geared more towards collective interaction rather than extended individual solo statements. It just seemed appropriate as the first gigs that I played with Dayna and Steve were on the West Coast, and we all lived in California for different periods of time. The relatively obscure standard, I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me, features joyful, swinging playing from the trio and borderline telepathic interaction.
Afterglow incorporates a haunting melody in the lower register of the tenor saxophone over lush, non-conventional harmonic structures.
The magical duo interplay between guitar and drums on Descent is a highlight of the recording. It is interesting to hear how Cardenas, a veteran of ensembles led by Paul Motian and Joey Baron, plays differently in a duo with Slocum. Slocum too has found his own voice in this setting, a creative approach to the instrument which differs significantly from those of Motian, Baron and others.
For this session the trio approaches the piece as a collective dialogue which culminates in a single statement of the lyrical rubato melody. Alan Broadbent b. Steve Cardenas guitar. I absolutely love his sound and it comes from that world. This is genius stuff. DeJohnette is my favorite living drummer, he has been since I knew who he was. A lot of people and students ask about the EWI.
I always tell them there will never be anyone who will play it as technically proficient as this cat did. Brecker had such a distinct voice and just clearly spent hours on it. He put so much music into it.
As someone who plays it, I appreciate how Brecker displayed that to all of us. How do you choose when and where to Album) out the EWI these days? I try to have EWI on at least one song. I like it mostly as an atmospheric instrument, on slower, more expressive tunes.
The technology the EWI uses has evolved quite a bit since Michael started playing it. Album) it prone to technical challenges in a live situation? It depends, Album). Sometimes I get it to work on my computer, and other times it can be very glitchy. My first night at the [Village] Vanguard [in February ] I went to play it and literally nothing came out!
It was frustrating, to say the least. It sounds like Clifford [Jordan]. Beautiful sound. I can feel the maturity in the vibrato. Why not? I love it. I also recorded this song on my own album with Walter and me playing baritone.
I love the interplay between these guys. Head of the Woodwind Department—well deserved. This is bad stuff. A little disclosure: I never really felt comfortable with the melody, so what I play on my own record I spontaneously came up with to complement what Walter was playing. For me, this tune shows Walter playing with our hero—one generation with the next. I begged my dad to take me. When I saw him that night, that was when I decided this was something I wanted to do for the rest of Album) life.
I love the arrangement. The way it resolved was really nice. I love the tenor player, Contagious - Dayna Stephens Featuring John Scofield - The Timeless Now (CD. The sound almost reminds me of Fathead [Newman].
Dayna Stephens: The Timeless Now by Jim Santella, published on September 9, Find thousands reviews at All About Jazz! "But Beautiful, the final track from saxophonist Dayna Stephens' debut album, summarizes his session. with guests guitarist John Scofield on three tracks and trombonist Nick Vagenas on one, the disc has variety as. Esplora tutte le pubblicazioni di John Scofield su Discogs. Compra vinili, CD e altro di John Scofield nel Marketplace di Discogs. Esplora. Scopri Dayna Stephens Featuring John Scofield - The Timeless Now (CD, Album) CTA Records (2) CTA US: Dayna Stephens Featuring John Scofield: Dayna Stephens Featuring John Scofield - The Timeless Now (CD, Album) CTA Records (2) Dayna Stephens: Gratitude (CD, Album) Contagious Music (6) CGM US:
Despite the shift over the past decade toward downloadable music, Bay Area musicians continue to record CDs. Violinist Mads Tolling '03 released his solo CD The Playmaker. Saxophonist Dayna Stephens '00 recorded The Timeless Now featuring guitarist John Scofield ' Bassist Kurt Ribak '89 released Gone, his third CD as leader.
Matt Slocum Presents "Trio Pacific, Vol. 1" Featuring Dayna Stephens, February 21, Matt Slocum, Black Elk's Dream Available April 1, On Chandra November 03, Pianist/Composer Matt Baker Releases New CD Titled "Underground" March 26, Dayna Stephens' Debut "A Timeless Now" Available May 15, December 22, Mar 31, · These musicians were featured on Stephens’ very first recording, The Timeless Now (CTA Records, ), and one composition from that album - “Lost And Found” - appears on Liberty with a new outfit, passing a sensation of downtempo jazz without really being it. The warmly connected bass lines join the laid-back drumming to support the.
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Jul 05, · Contagious by Dayna Stephens Philip Dizack - Trumpet Dayna Stephens -Tenor Saxophone Billy Childs - Piano Dave Robaire - Bass Jonathan Pinson - Drums https:/. His debut album “The Timeless Now,” released on “Contagious Music” in , features jazz legends John Scofield, Taylor Eigsti, Ben Street, Eric Harland and Nick Vayenas. The record was immediately embraced by th read more.
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